Become a Peer Tutor at the Centre for Writers
The C4W regularly hires graduate and undergraduate students who possess good writing and communication skills, work professionally and patiently with others, manage time effectively, are energetic and team-oriented, and are open to learning new and exciting mentoring and teaching techniques. Students of all academic and linguistic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
If you have previous writing centre experience:
Please check on the Career Centre’s website to see if we are currently looking to train and hire peer writing consultants. If so, send a letter of application and a CV to Dr. Lucie Moussu, Academic Director of the Centre for Writers, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not have writing centre experience:
Please register for WRS 301 (undergraduate course) or WRS 603 (graduate course) if they are offered on BearTracks. Upon successful completion of the course (which includes a practicum in the C4W), you may be hired as a paid tutor the following semester.
If WRS 301/603 is not offered that semester, check on the Career Centre’s website to see if we are currently looking to train and hire peer writing consultants with little or no tutoring/teaching experience.