Sanger Learning Center Job openings

Now hiring for fall 2015

BE PART OF OUR TEAM. We are among the largest student employers on campus, and we pay some of the highest student salaries. Work on campus and enjoy flexible hours. You’ll have the opportunity to earn money while helping other students and gaining valuable workplace experience. Unless otherwise indicated below, applications are available online at when positions are open. Please note that certain positions require students be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a
3.0 GPA*.

Ed Fernandez,
Must be available 10 hours a week; more hours possible based on demand
Application deadline: April 3
Salary starts at $11

Tutors provide one-to-one tutoring by appointment for many lower division courses, as well as drop-in tutoring for mathematics, physics, and chemistry. This challenging position offers flexible hours, merit pay increases based on training and experience, and the satisfaction that comes from helping other students achieve their academic goals.
Required: strong content knowledge; effective listening & communication skills; respect for differences in cultures, academic backgrounds and learning styles. For a complete list of courses tutored, visit our website at

Pamela Way,
5-8 hours per week based on demand
Application deadline: April 3
Starting salary $11

Peer Academic Coaches take private appointments with any student interested in weekly guidance on how to study effectively for UT courses. These private sessions are one hour and coaches typically work with the same students for the duration of a semester. Common appointment topics include note-taking, preparing for tests, test-taking strategies, goal setting, time management, and reading efficiency. Training is provided and the program is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association. Coaches must be willing to work a minimum of five flexible hours per week and attend a weekly meeting. Pay starts at $11 an hour and coaches receive increases based on their level of training and hours of experience.

Tivra Marks,
3-6 hours per week based on demand
Application deadline: April 3
Starting salary $11

Outreach Assistants act as roving ambassadors who give short presentations about SLC services and facilitate study skills workshops on a variety of topics for academic classes, residence halls, and student organizations. Outreach Assistants also staff exhibits at campus-wide events and have the opportunity to train to work as a speech consultant.
Outreach Assistants receive merit pay increases based on training and hours of experience. Pre-semester training is provided and Outreach Assistants must be willing to attend a weekly meeting.

Jenell Wilmot,
6 hours per week
Application deadline: April 3
Pay rate based on experience

A Supplementary Instruction (SI) Leader is an undergraduate student who is assigned to a specific economics course and runs special hour-long discussion sessions twice a week. SI Leaders attend the lecture of the course to which they are assigned to individualize the discussion sections to the professor’s style, and meet weekly as a group to collaborate
on planning & troubleshooting their sessions. Applicants can be any UT student who has taken all of the following courses and received a grade of at least a B: ECO 304K, ECO 304L, and ECO 329. Applications are available on hirealonghorn. You can also request an application DIRECTLY from Jenell Wilmot.

Flexible hours • Work on campus • Learn more about your field

Job Info Session
Monday, March 2 • 4 p.m. • JES A121A

Application deadline: April 3, 2015

For hiring information, search for “Sanger Learning Center” at

512-471-3614 Jester A332