Work At LARC
Want to help your peers, build your leadership skills and increase your understanding of learning strategies in Higher Education?
LARC provides Student Leadership Development Opportunities to undergraduates. You have the opportunity to make important contributions towards student’s academic success. Make a difference with us at LARC!
- Eligibility Qualifications
- Community Resource Team Members Job Description & Application
- LARC Tutorial Leaders Job Description & Application
- Testimonial Leader video
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Eligibility & Qualifications
LARC Leaders & Team Members:
- Full-Time UCI Student willing to work 3 consecutive quarters
- Overall GPA of 3.25
LARC Leaders Only:
- At least a ‘B+’ and ability to attend the lecture of the course they want to support
- Ability to attend Uni Stu 175: Methods in small group instruction (LARC Leaders, fall only) Tues 2-3:50pm
*Exceptions to the minimum eligibility qualifications may be granted at the sole discretion of LARC.
Community Resource Team Members
The LARC Team Members: When someone walks into the LARC Office, you are the first person they see! When students or parents need help, let us be the place where they get a friendly, proactive solution, even if we aren’t the final place the student or parent needs to go.
Greet students, answer questions about LARC
Application Process: Application reviews occurs around Week 6 of each academic quarter. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted by the LARC Office Manager.
Each Leader facilitates small group tutorials (8 – 16 students), that meet twice a week for 50 minutes each. Leaders host 3 – 4 tutorials per quarter.
Apply if you want to:
- Help your peers
- Build your leadership/ communication skills
- Increase understanding of proven learning strategies in higher education
Tutorial Leaders are trained to actively involve their students in evidence-based activities proven to develop critical thinking skills and facilitate independent learning in the course material during tutorial sessions.
The application review process occurs around Week 6 of each academic quarter. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a staff member. All submitted applications will be kept on file for future hiring needs.
Follow up with the Supplemental Instruction Coordinator, Tanaz Jesung (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions regarding your LARC Leader Application.
Leaders work an average of 10-14 hours per week, not to exceed 19.5 hours per week. Students holding other positions on campus must check to ensure that their time does not exceed the 19.5 hour limit per week for student employees.
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