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NOW HIRING : SUMMER 2011 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MATH ACADEMY POSITION: EDUCATIONAL GROUP LEADER/TUTOR
 

Summary: NOW HIRING : SUMMER 2011 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MATH ACADEMY
POSITION: EDUCATIONAL GROUP LEADER/TUTOR
The College of Engineering Math Academy is seeking undergraduate students to fill the full-time, temporary
(hourly) staff position of Educational Group Leader. The dates of employment will run 7/6-8/5, (including
training dates). The purpose of this position is to provide supervisory and tutorial support to students, and to
provide assistance to instructors during the academic component of summer programming.
The purpose of the Math Academy is to help high school students better prepare themselves for college level
mathematics and engineering coursework at the UW. The curriculum will be intensive, problem solving based
mathematics derived from UW math texts, and designed to help students gain an awareness of the areas that they
need to improve in order to be a competitive applicant to the UW College of Engineering.
The Educational Group Leader would be responsible for providing supervision, mentorship and leadership to
students during program activities, instructional and tutoring assistance during study sessions, and grading
assistance to lead instructors.
Summary of Qualifications
Engineering students strongly preferred
Previous math tutoring experience, and history working with children, teenagers, or students required
Demonstrated leadership skills; Experience and interest in working with diverse groups/minority students
Enthusiasm for and appreciation of the field of engineering
The specific duties of this individual would be to:
Attend daily math lecture with students

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences