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University Foundations Advisory Committee
The University Foundations Advisory Committee is seeking Eastern students who will be juniors or seniors Fall 2014 to apply to be peer leaders for the freshman seminar course, EIU 1111: University Foundations. Peer Leaders will be paired with an instructor and will assist the instructor with the teaching of the class, including leading class discussion, creating activities, working in groups, and the citizenship activity. Employment is from August 20, 2014-December 12, 2014.
This is an excellent opportunity to work with freshman college students to serve as a role model and mentor and to gain classroom and leadership experience. Peer leaders will be hired as student employees for Fall 2014 and will receive a $500 stipend for the semester to be paid in 8 installments throughout the semester. Mandatory training will take place on May 9, 2014 and August 20, 2014.
In good academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA (at application and must be maintained at start of Fall 2014)
Junior or Senior standing – completed 60 hours by August 2014
Full-time undergraduate student Fall 2014 (at least 12 semester hours)
Involved on campus – in at least two organizations/activities
Strong communication skills
Experience living in University residence halls
Completed University Foundations as a freshman
Completed freshman year at EIU
APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE COMPLETE BY MARCH 1, 2014 FOR CONSIDERATION.
Applications & recommendation forms at www,eiu.edu/~eiu1111
Center for Support & Assessment, 3004 9th St. Hall, 600 Lincoln Ave, Charleston, IL 61920
Phone: 217-581-6056, Fax: 217-581-7100
Student Worker/LCBAS Dean's Office
Spring Semester- Hours needed: Mon - Fri 11-1 or 12-2. Duties: Student will be covering phones and front desk over the lunch hours, run various errands, help with any projects if needed and other duties as assigned. Requirements: Good phone etiquette, knowledge of computer programs such as Word, Excel, etc. and show professionalism.