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EOP Summer Program Peer Counselor Position

DESCRIPTION

The Peer Counselor will assist in transition of students through exposure to areas in social development, cross cultural awareness, campus resources and academic preparation in a challenging and dynamic summer program. The Peer Counselor will also provide counseling and live-in support services.

A two credit course is offered in the spring semester to provide training for the summer program. This course is mandatory and hiring is conditional on successful completion, evaluation and participation in this class.

Application: You must attend a information session in order to receive a application via email. Information sessions are only held in the fall semesters. Contact the EOP office at the numbers listed below for more information regarding this. Seniors who will not return for the fall semester are welcomed to apply for Peer Counselor positions. Meals and living accommodations are provided by the program.

Note: Summer 2015 dates are June 27th to Aug 3rd.

BENEFITS:

  • Professional Development and leadership
  • Interaction with staff and students
  • Development of transferable skills
  • Team and community building
  • Salary is approximately $1,800 (pending budget approval)
  • Free Room and Board

EOP SUMMER PROGRAM WRITING INSTRUCTOR & TA POSITIONS

DESCRIPTION:

The Writing Instructor and TA will help students develop reading and writing skills to assist with their general critical thinking skills that they can apply to their freshmen coursework. Assistance is also given to helping students develop strong academic work habits. The ultimate goal is to transition these individuals to the challenges and rigors of college life.

EOP SUMMER PROGRAM MATH INSTRUCTOR & TA POSITIONS

DESCRIPTION:

The Math Instructor and TA will help students develop mathematical skills to assist with their general critical thinking and problem solving skills that they can apply to their freshmen coursework. Assistance is also given to helping students develop strong academic work habits. The ultimate goal is to transition these individuals to the challenges and rigors of college life.

If you have questions regarding summer program employment you may contact the EOP office at (607)777-2791 or (607)777-2361.

Last Updated: 12/14/15