SARC is looking for diverse, enthusiastic, dedicated, and hardworking students who enjoy helping fellow UCF students succeed academically and who can contribute to our programs and services with their unique skills and abilities.
The Spring 2020 application is OPEN!
What is an SI Leader?
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders are student peers responsible for leading group study sessions for students in the course or courses that the SI Leader has previously completed with an “A” grade. SI Leaders attend the course they’re leading, facilitate four 50-minute sessions per week, attend weekly meetings for continued training, and prepare for sessions
Applicants must be able to attend orientation training on January 2nd and 3rd, 2020 from 8:00 AM-5:30 PM. Applicants who cannot attend the training will not be considered for hire.
Benefits of being an SI Leader:
- Help students succeed in their courses, gain valuable study skills, and become more confident learners
- Gain skills employers and graduate schools are seeking, including leadership and public speaking skills
- Strengthen your own study skills
- Develop close relationships with UCF faculty, potentially leading to contacts, assistantships, or other opportunities
How to Apply:
1) Prepare resume and cover letter. Please review complete job description before applying.
2) Have your instructor of preference complete a faculty reference form. This instructor must be a UCF faculty or staff member. Please request that they follow the link below.
SI FACULTY REFERENCE FORM FOR INSTRUCTORS: http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6gJUnlhWGkV73XD
3) Complete the full application and upload your resume and cover letter here. Please be sure that you can attend at least one section of each course you apply for by comparing your personal schedule to the MyUCF class schedule for Fall.
The deadline to apply is November 22nd at 11:59 PM.
The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) is currently looking for qualified UCF students to become an Academic Coach through the Academic Coaching and Engagement (ACE) program. ACE facilitates academic success among UCF students by providing ongoing one-on-one and group coaching. The Academic Coach position works with voluntary students and mandated, first time in college students through First Year Advising and Exploration (FYAE) who are on academic probation.