Below is a list of student positions with brief introductions, links to each job description, and links to each application. Please feel free to apply to all positions you are interested in, many of our student employees hold multiple positions with us. Applications are through Qualtrics, please read the job description and the initial application page thoroughly before applying. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include which position you are interested in, we will forward your email to the supervisor for that position.
Tutors meet regularly with students either individually or in small groups to assist them in understanding course concepts. They share strategies for learning and studying the subject to help students become more successful in learning independently.
Group leaders mentor students and facilitate weekly group sessions. They provide out of class support to cover material through discussion, content overview, practice problems, and more.
Subject specialists meet with students requesting tutoring assistance in order to assess their academic needs, discuss challenges and/or concerns in the particular course, discuss the ways they learn most effectively and direct them to appropriate resources. They also tutor students individually and in pairs.
Science Specialist Job Description *Currently Hiring*
(All 5 Specialist positions use this application form, you will specify in the form which specific position you are applying for.)
LAP Office Assistants staff our front desk. They assist students with information, scheduling requests, paperwork, and more as well as work on a wide variety of office tasks and special projects as assigned by professional staff.
Office Assistant hiring for 20/21 is complete. Please check back in Spring of 2021.
When I leave LAP, I will miss working with such enthusiastic peers and tutees. Thank you for everything you have taught me and being a part of my professional and personal growth!SeattleU student
A highlight of working with LAP has been learning from my students and their unique learning styles, the patterns they pick up on that I may have missed when I learned the material. I also love the confidence that leading large study groups gave me when addressing groups or giving presentations.SeattleU student