Apply to work with the Math & Science Learning Center
The MSLC has opportunities for undergraduate graders, peer leaders, learning assistants, and general staff. Please use the links below to apply for positions in the MSLC!
Science Peer Leader
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Science Peer Leader to support student learning in select Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, or Physics courses.
If you are interested in serving as a Peer Leader for the Fall 2021 semester, please complete the form at the link below. Please note there are few openings remaining for Fall 2021, however if your interest and experience match availability, the staff will contact you prior to the end of week 2 of the semester.
Please note that all new Peer Leaders are required to complete a training course (NATS 200) or series of workshops to help prepare them for this important work.
Please direct any questions about the Peer Leader program to the MSLC Director (email@example.com) at any time.
Our dedicated team of MSLC Ambassadors greet all visitors, help direct visitors to the various academic services provided in the Center, assist with general logistics including the sign in process, help maintain a welcoming learning environment for all, keep center organized through out the day and serve as leaders in this wonderful space.
In our online environment, Ambassadors help answer questions posted on the Live Chat, assist academic support providers during online sessions, and host MSLC online sessions for the entire community (Open Houses, social gatherings, de-stress events, etc.).
All Ambassador positions have been filled for the Fall 2021 semester. If you would like to be considered for a Spring 2022 position, please complete the general interest form at the link below.
Our staff will contact qualified candidates during winter break if any positions become available. Due to the large number of applications, we cannot guarantee a response to all applicants.
Please note: To be eligible for the Ambassador position, applicants must be enrolled as an undergraduate students at UIC for the current semester.
Thanks so much for your interest in joining our team!
Thanks so much for your interest in supporting UIC student learning!
Please visit the link below to apply for any potential MATH /STAT grader positions for Fall 2021!
Please contact the MSCS Undergraduate Studies Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any additional questions you may have about these positions.
MATH Learning Assistant
Thank you for your interest in the Math Learning Assistant (LA) Program. We invite undergraduate students with excellent math and communication skills to become learning assistant in math courses from 090 through 181. Being a LA has traditionally been a weekly commitment of at least six hours per week, including assisting during lectures, hosting student drop-in hours on a regular basis, and meeting with the course coordinator and other LAs, with an additional requirement for new LAs to participate in a one credit hour math education course.
We are not accepting additional applications at this time, and we appreciate your patience as we finalize programming plans for the upcoming semester.