I was the Assistant Director of Supplemental
Instruction (SI), I was a graduate
student at DePaul studying Counseling-College Student Development and
working as the Graduate SI Assistant for about 3 years. This probably
already tells you how much I enjoy and appreciate the work I did and
continue to do.
The Graduate SI Assistant position is a valuable and rewarding
professional development opportunity that enhances your leadership
skills while helping students succeed in their educational goals. It is
also flexible and works well with your commitments as a student. One of
my favorite aspects of this position is the contribution you make to
student learning and development and the meaningful connections you
create along the way.
We are seeking a graduate student who has previous experience
supervising and mentoring. This position is ideal for those pursuing
degrees related to education, leadership, and college student
development. For more details, log in to Campus Job Board and search
"Graduate Supplemental Instruction Assistant". You are
welcome to email me with questions.
SI aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult
classes through peer-assisted study sessions. When students attend an
SI session they can expect to find an informal environment where they
help each other review notes, predict questions, discuss readings, and
develop organizational strategies with the assistance of an SI Leader.