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Apply to be an AAP Peer Learning Facilitator for the 2017-2018 academic year and an AAP F/TSP Peer Learning Facilitator for Summer 2017

Deadline: 
Friday, April 28, 2017
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Apply to be a PEER LEARNING FACILITATOR (PLF) for the 2017-2018 academic year!

 WHY BECOME AN AAP PLF?

  • Sessions fit your availability, and are on campus: no travelling
  • One of the best paying student jobs on campus
  • Opportunity to gain exceptional experience and resume credit
  • We take Work Study or not!!

 

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A PLF?

  • Demonstrable command in the course(s) you want to PLF for
  • A good GPA, especially in the courses and discipline that you want to PLF for
  • Interest in helping students to develop independent learning skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

 

HAVE QUESTIONS? WANT TO APPLY?

Applications are available in 1214 Campbell Hall.

Priority Deadline: Fri. 4/28/17 @ 4:30pm


WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AAP PLF POSITION?

Please Join Us at Our Information Sessions:

ALL DISCIPLINES

Thu, April 20, 2017

1112 Campbell Hall 6:30pm - 8:00pm

*PIZZA AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED*


Applications for Math and Sciences, English Composition, Humanities, and Social Sciences are located in 1214 Campbell Hall (see Axel Hernandez).

You must submit a completed application with a current unofficial transcript and summer 2017 schedule to 1214 Campbell Hall by Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 1:00 P.M (Priority deadline). No online or email submissions will be accepted.

Interviews will be held by appointment between Monday, May 8 and Friday, May 19, 2017.

If selected as a PLF or Alternate, training hours will be compensated at the appropriate hourly rate according to student status: ($15.04 Undergraduate, $18.71 Graduate, $18.21 Non-Student). F/TSP Salary is $4, 989 for the appointment period of August 7, 2017 – September 16, 2017. This position is covered by the UC-UAW Academic Student Employee bargaining agreement.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  •          Strong academic background in the subject of interest
  •          Completion of at least one full academic year (undergraduate or graduate) at UCLA by June 2017
  •          Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills
  •          Good academic standing (minimum overall GPA: 3.0)
  •          Past facilitating/tutoring/teaching experience and/or experience with AAP, FSP, TSP, or EOP programs preferred
  •          Must be able to attend training the week of July 31, 2017 – August 3, 2017
  •          Other on-campus employment is not allowed during the program appointment dates of August 7, 2017 –
  •          September 16, 2017, as the F/TSP PLF position has an appointment equivalent workload of 100% time (full-time).
  •          If you have on-campus employment restrictions due to receipt of fellowships, scholarships, or any funding, please
  •          disclose those details if you are selected for an interview
  •          The program expects your commitment to attend all trainings, classes, and meetings

 

COURSES INCLUDE:

Freshman Summer Program (FSP):

  •          English Composition A: Introduction To Academic Discourse
  •          English Composition 2: Approaches To University Writing
  •          English Composition 3: English Composition, Rhetoric, And Language
  •          English Composition 100W: Interdisciplinary Academic Writing
  •          Math 1/98XB: Pre-Calculus/Excel
  •          Chemistry 96/88: Special Course In Chemistry - Chemical Principles
  •          Honors Collegium 26: Representing Medicine Lit. Art, Film
  •          Comparative Literature 1D/89: Great Books From The World At Large
  •          Sociology 1: Introductory Sociology
  •          Life Science 20: Quantitative For Life Sciences

 

Transfer Summer Program (TSP):

  •          English Composition 100W: Interdisciplinary Academic Writing
  •          English Lit. 108: Interracial Encounters In Contemporary American Literature
  •          Chicano & Chicana Studies 148/193: History Of Los Angeles
  •          Political Science 181/189: Ethnic Politics: Chicano/Latino Politics
  •          Psychology 175/189: Community Psychology
  •          History 150B/Afro-Am Studies 158b: Introduction To Afro-American History
  •          Biomedical Research 5HA: Biomedical Research Concepts & Strategies
  •          Honors Collegium 101A: Student Research Forum