Our student staff members support all aspects of our work here in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. We do our best to make your job as rewarding and pleasant as possible. You will be called upon to perform a variety of tasks for the office and help you become familiar with the programs and services our office offers.
Under general supervision, this student position performs duties required to provide academic support for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's student programs, including Promoting Academic Student Success, Ready 2 Work Professional Development Program, Ambassadors for Diversity and Inclusion and other organizations associated to the office. Responsibilities include providing individual tutoring, tutoring services for group study sessions and attending certification training throughout the academic year.
- Chemistry (CHEM211, CHEM212 or related courses)
- Specifically Organic Chemistry (CHEM531, CHEM532, CHEM535, CHEM536 or related courses)
- Economics (ECON201, ECON202, ECON231, ECON232, ECON301, ECON302 or related courses)
- Mathematics (MATH011, MATH111, MATH242, MATH243, MATH344 or related courses)
- Physics (PHYS213, PHYS214 or related courses)
- Spanish (SPAN111, SPAN 112, SPAN 210 or related courses)
- Statistics (STAT370, STAT460, STAT571, STAT572, STAT761 or related courses)
- Other subjects not specified above
Apply to this position today by downloading the application! You will need to attach your resume and a TYPED list of subjects (that students can provide tutoring services). You must have taken these courses and passed with a B grade or higher. Any applications submitted without these documents will not be considered.
For questions, please contact Nayeli Cano at email@example.com.
- Must be enrolled as a full-time student at Wichita State University
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Federal Work-Study
- Federal Work-Study can vary on each available position. Read the position descriptions associated to each opening.
- Availability for up to 20 hours per week during office hours of operation
- Availability must be from Monday-Friday (occasional evening/weekend hours may be needed for campus events)
- Required Qualifications
- Required Qualifications can vary on each available position. Read the position descriptions associated to each opening.
- Requires sustained seeing, hearing and sitting
- Requires occasional carrying, feeling/touching, handling, holding, pulling, pushing, standing, stooping, bending and walking
- Must be able to occasionally lift or carry up to 50 lbs.
- Other Qualifications
- Ability to understand and articulate issues of multiculturalism, cross-cultural communication, racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, ableism, religious oppression, etc.
- Stay up-to-date on current events and the effects on the populations the Office of Diversity and Inclusion serve
- Comfortable working with diverse and underrepresented populations
- Demonstrates ability to effectively manage time and multiple projects
- Proven experience to work cooperatively as a team
- Work collaboratively with students, faculty, staff and the community to which the University serves
- Comfortable with one-on-one and group interactions, while using public speaking skills