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CATS Training Services Student Worker
Rate: $8.50 / hr
Job Functions: Manage all aspects of the training registration system Maintain online training evaluations Tabulate and prepare reports on training evaluations Assist in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of technology trainings for students Schedule GTC Classroom Assist with creation and collection of technology resource materials Assist with Training Services marketing Assist students with use of technology Assist in technology trainings for students Learn new technologies Perform other duties as assigned Job Requirements: Acceptance into a degree-awarding undergraduate program Proficient in written and oral communication. Adaptable / flexible to the changing needs of the campus and technology The ability to work under a deadline The ability to work with multiple projects simultaneously and flexible to transition back and forth between projects Good organization skills Good presentation skills Professionalism Some relevant work experience Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Working knowledge of SPSS preferred, not required Working knowledge of Mac computers preferred, not required
Apply online at http://eiu.edu/cats/home/personnel_studentworker.php, then choose "Application Form". Application deadline is March 25, 2013.
CATS Training Services Student Worker
Rate: 8.50 / hr
Job Functions: Responsible for design and publication of materials related to training / marketing aspects for CATS Training Services. Assist with creation and collection of technology resource materials. Assist with Training Services marketing. Assist faculty and staff with use of technology. Assist in technology trainings for faculty and staff. Learn new technologies. Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Acceptance into a degree-awarding undergraduate program Proficient in written and oral communication and desktop publication. Adaptable / flexible to the changing needs of the campus and technology The ability to work under a deadline The ability to work with multiple projects simultaneously and flexible to transition back and forth between projects Good organization skills Good presentation skills and Professionalism. Some relevant work experience Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Working, not required Working knowledge of Mac computers preferred
Rate: see below
The University Foundations Advisory Committee is seeking Eastern students who will be juniors or seniors Fall 2013 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 from August 14, 2013-December 13, 2013.
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 2013 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 3, 2013 and August 14, 2013. APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE COMPLETE BY MARCH 5, 2013 FOR CONSIDERATION. APPLICATIONS & RECOMMENDATION FORMS AT www.eiu.edu/~eiu1111
In good academic standing with at least a 3.0 g.p.a. (at application and must be maintained at start of Fall 2013)
Junior or senior standing—completed 60 hours by August 2013
Full-time undergraduate student Fall 2013 (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 Eastern Illinois University
Peer Learning Assistant
Minimum 2.75 GPA (at application and must be maintained at start of Summer 2013)
Junior, Senior or graduate standing beginning Summer 2013.
Completed a minimum of 6 hours during Spring 2013, Involvement in organizations/activities on campus
Must have lived in a residence hall at EIU, Strong communication and social skills
Preferred Skills/Experience- Experience as a Resident Assistant, Programming Experience, Mentoring Experience, Knowledge of EIU and the campus
SUBMIT APPLICATION BY MARCH 1, 2013, APPLICATION FORM AT www.eiu..edu/success/machform/view.php?id=3
The Student Success Center staff is seeking EIU students who will be juniors, seniors or graduate students Fall 2013 to be Peer Learning Assistants (PLA) during the Summer Institute of Higher Learning. PLAs are academic mentors to 8-12 incoming freshman students, PLAs are required to live in an assigned residence hall alongside mentees. Employment date: June 14, 2013 - July 21, 2013.
This is an excellent oppoortunity to work with freshman college students as an academic mentor and role model. PLAs will be responsible for activity programing, academic counseling, and other administrative duties. PLAs will be hired as student employees for Summer 2013 and will receive Room and Board June 14-July 21, 2013 (when dining services open), a value of $1,800. PLAs are required to participate in all three 90 minute mandatory training sessions on Mondays, April 1, 8, and 15, 2013 for which they will receive a $150 stipend upon completion.