SSC offers many opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, and higher education professionals looking to gain experience in leadership positions. Position descriptions and application information may be found below.
Undergraduate student positions at SSC often require that students work alongside faculty, fostering relationships and expanding academic knowledge. SSC employs undergraduate students to serve as Supplemental Instruction leaders, tutors, and student assistants. All SSC student positions require a commitment to the SSC mission and the pursuit of excellence. Student positions come with the opportunity to work in a professional environment and to develop skills needed for the work force.
Math Camp Counselor
Are you interested in helping incoming students transition to UT and develop their math skills? If you enjoy working with students, apply to be a Math Camp Counselor for next summer. Details can be found on the job description below. Applications for Summer 2017 have closed. Applications for Summer 2018 will be available in January 2018.
- Job Description
- Application – Complete and submit this form to apply to be a Math Camp Counselor
- Reference Form – Send this link to two references in order to complete your application packet. At least one reference should be a professor.
UT LEAD Summer Institute Counselor
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of future UT students? Do you want to connect with a group of incoming students by leading social and cultural events, assisting with academic support, and helping them feel connected to campus? If you have a good academic record, leadership experience, maturity, and knowledge of UT, apply to be a UTLSI Counselor for this summer! Applications for Summer 2017 have closed. Applications for Summer 2018 will be available in January 2018.
- Job Description
- Application – Complete and submit this application to be a UTLSI Counselor
The SSC student worker assists in welcoming students, staff, and all visitors to the Student Success Center. If you enjoy working in an office environment assisting students, consider applying.
To apply or for more information, e-mail Jelisha Parker.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader
Want to help your fellow students be more academically successful? SI leaders hold group study sessions several times a week for selected courses where the SI leader helps students review and understand course content.
- SI Application – Complete and submit this form to apply to be a Supplemental Instruction Leader
- Reference – Send this link to two references in order to complete your application packet. Your references should be UT Faculty and at least one needs to teach in the department you’d like your SI class to be in.
Do your peers often come to you for help in their classes? Do you enjoy helping fellow classmates better understand course material? Then being an SSC tutor might be the job for you! SSC employs tutors in many different subjects, with an emphasis on 100- and 200-level courses. Schedules are flexible and based on student demand.
- Tutor Application – Complete and submit this form to apply to be a Tutor.
- Reference – Send this link to one reference in order to complete your application packet. This reference must be a UT Faculty member.
For more information, contact the Student Success Center at (865) 974-6641.
The Student Success Center professional staff is comprised of several executive, managerial, and administrative level positions. Please see our Bios page for information on current staff.
Most employment with SSC follows the academic calendar, but position start times, length of service, and pay rates vary. Qualifications and expectations will be listed with position descriptions. The SSC does not currently have open staff positions.
The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.
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