Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

The TLTC is always looking for Tutors, Supplemental Instruction Leaders, and Student Assistants. We accept applications year around. Requirements for all Positions: 

  • Be a currently enrolled CSUDH student taking at least 6-units
  • Exhibit strong interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of students
  • Be self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Be accountable and reliable
  • Possess good time management skills
  • Commit to a set schedule for the entire semester
  • Be a team player
  • Have at least 10-15 hours per week of availability

Job Opps

The TLTC is looking to fill positions to support the following courses & subjects.

  • Accounting
  • Advanced Math
  • Biology 
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry 110, 112, 310, 312, 316
  • Computer Science
  • Finance
  • GE Statistics
  • Math 102, 103, 132, 153
  • OMG 321
  • Philosophy 120
  • Psychology Statistics
  • SPSS

APPLY HERE: Job Descriptions and Applications

Expand the menus to learn more about each position and find direct links to the Handshake applications. 

Tutor/SI Leader

Tutors and SI Leaders work with students in group study sessions that cover various subjects, content, and study strategies. 

  • Tutors generally work in center and support students in group drop-in sessions and weekly study sessions as students voluntary come in for support. 
  • SI Leaders generally work with and attend selected courses that have been historically difficult. They then prepare out of class weekly study sessions in addition to providing some in center tutoring.  

Applicants must provide:

  • A Resume
  • Transcripts that reflect the subjects you prefer to support
  • A letter of interest that shares
    • Why you are interested in supporting specific courses
    • Your hours of availability.

 General Requirements:

  • Be a current CSUDH student taking at least 6 units of UG or 3 units of graduate courses
  • Have at least a 3.0 GPA
  • Have earned an A or B letter grade in the courses you prefer to support
  • Be able to commit to a set 10-20 hour per week schedule for the entire semester
  • Be available and attend ALL trainings and meetings
  • Have availability that meets center needs and operational hours (Some positions require attending weekly courses and meetings)
  • Be able to tutor courses, subjects, and study skills in high demand

Courses in high demand:

    • Chemistry 108-112 & Organic Chemistry
    • Math: Statistics, Calculus, and higher
    • Statistics in the major: OMG 321, OMG 322, PSY 250
    • Accounting
    • Finance 360
    • Computer Science
    • Philosophy 120
    • Physics

Handshake ID # 7054879

Student Assistant

Student Assistants assist with the center’s administrative, programming and customer service needs. 

Front Desk Expectations:

  • Student Assistants assist with appointment scheduling, student check ins/outs access to department services, mail distribution, filing, making copies, promoting department programming, and preparing materials for various departmental events.
  • Applicants with strong written and oral communication skills, strong interpersonal skills and experience with Microsoft Office Programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • The ideal applicant:
    • Takes initiative and ownership in their role a student leader.
    • Understands that their role is vital to the everyday workflow of the department and will therefore be prompt and present to their scheduled shift everyday
    • Understands that their position will involve close proximity and handling of confidential student information and will therefore receive mandatory FERPA law training.
    • Has some weekend and evening availability