Lead ELA Position

A Lead Engineering Learning Assistant (ELA) is a trained advanced undergraduate who oversees the ELAs and ENG 100 course activities within their department. They are the main point of contact for ENG 100 related items for department faculty and staff, Head ELAs, and the GFX Program Coordinator.

ENG 100 meets for the first eight weeks of the semester. Classes are 50 minutes and meet twice a week for the first four weeks, and once a week for the second four weeks.

Qualifications

  • 1. Engineering student in good academic standing
  • 2. Eligible to work in the United States/on campus
  • 3. Have taught one semester of ENG100 before Fall appointment
  • 4. Documented leadership and involvement in University, department, and/or engineering organizations
  • 5. Effective communication and presentation skills
  • 6. Enthusiastic about sharing first-hand experiences with first-year students

Responsibilities

  • 1. Attend Launch!
  • 2. Instruct and facitate one ENG100 section of 20-25 students, following materials provided
  • 3. Provide direction, guidance, and mentorship to students in their ENG100 section in the fall
  • 4. Prepare for and lead bi-weekly meetings with the department general ELAs while ENG100 is meeting
  • 5. Communicate deparrtment status regularly with Head ELAs
  • 6. Coordinate with Head ELAs on curriculum changes and assist with ELA training as needed in Spring

Training Requirements

One training session in the fall (paid)

Time Commitment

First 8 Weeks: 8-10 hours per week
Second 8 Weeks: <5 hours per week

Compensation

$11.00/hour

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