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Positions Available

The Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes offers a variety of employment opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Listed below are the descriptions of the various student employee positions available during the academic year. We have a limited number of opportunities during the summer months.



Support Staff to the Administrative Assistant

Support Staff aids the Administrative Assistant in her management of the day to day operations of the LRSA office in the Yawkey Athletics Center. Requirements for the position include:

  • Currently a full time undergraduate student at Boston College.
  • Familiarity with Excel, Microsoft Office, and other relevant programs.
  • Ability to perform general receptionist duties like scheduling appointments, telephone contact, data entry, mail distribution, statistical reports, filing and other tasks as needed.


LRSA Study Center Monitors

Monitors have primary supervision responsibility for the LRSA Study Center. Requirements for the position include:

  • Currently a full-time graduate student at Boston College.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • The ability to supervise as many as 40 student-athletes during study hours and coordinate tutorial help for those students as needed.
  • Monitors are responsible for opening, closing, and securing the LRSA Study Center, as well as maintaining a good study environment.
  • Proficiency with computers - able to address problems inherent in running a 15 station computer lab.
  • Monitors also need to be comfortable maintaining a proper study atmosphere in the LRSA Study Center.
  • Evening hours required.


Content Tutors

Content tutors provide course content assistance to student-athletes in a wide variety of subjects. Tutors in areas of the undergraduate core in A&S and CSOM are at a premium. Requirements for the position include:

  • Currently an undergraduate or a graduate student in good standing at Boston College.
  • Content tutors must be able to meet weekly with students assigned to them.
  • Content tutors should be familiar with the Boston College curriculum and use procedures that empower students.
  • Content tutors are expected to keep accurate records of sessions to aid academic counselors in assessment of student-athlete effort.
  • Tutors must attend the training sessions offered by LRSA, and will have an opportunity to receive tutor certification.


Instructional Assistants

Instructional Assistants (IAs) provide developmental instruction to student-athletes. While also content specific, much of the IA's work focuses on study skills vital to success at Boston College. Requirements for the position include:

  • Currently a graduate student in good standing at Boston College.
  • IAs must be able to meet twice weekly with assigned students, providing both content and process support.
  • Under direction of the Learning Specialist, the IAs will help develop, implement and evaluate instructional plans for individual student-athletes.
  • IAs need good oral and written communication skills.
  • IAs should be familiar with the Boston College curriculum and use procedures that empower students.
  • IAs are expected to keep accurate records of sessions to aid academic counselors in assessment of student-athlete effort. 
  • IAs must attend the training sessions offered by LRSA, and will have an opportunity to receive tutor certification.

 

COMPENSATION: Salaries paid to student employees are set by the Student Employment Office located in Student Services in Lyons Hall. They are commensurate with other campus positions. Specific payments will be discussed upon hiring at LRSA.


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