I am looking for workers to fill positions at athletic events such as ticket takers, scoreboard operators, concession workers, ball retrievers (for soccer and volleyball), etc. Working an event includes set-up and take-down of the event. If you need work-study hours, please come see me in the Connor Center. My office is located to the right of the lobby (coming in) and in the back right corner.
* Helps director of athletic communication prepare post game recaps and feature stores. * Helps update the TMU athletic website. * Compile game statistics for selected athletic events. * Handle public address and webcast broadcast for selected events.
As a Peer Tutor, you will assist TMU students in developing proper study skills and work through course material. Ultimately, your goal is to guide each student you work with toward being able to work independently.
Peer tutors will attend trainings offered by the Assistant Director of the IAE, as well as complete online peer tutor training through Canvas.
Peer tutors may be asked to represent the IAE at University functions such as Orientation, Welcome Week, Success Fair, etc.
This is an off campus position: 10 per week Description:
The Biology Field Station is seeking students to assist with our K-12 STEM outreach programs. This work entails providing tours for school groups and other visitors to the Field Station, and also teaching hands-on lessons related to the Ohio River and our research.
This position will complete tasks related to institutional research, primarily data entry. Although not required, students with interest and skill may develop surveys, complete statistical analysis, and develop reports and analysis for decision making.
Hours: 10-15 hours per week. This is up to the student and will depend on the student's schedule. Description:
Students working at TAP will be involved in a number of projects related to adult education enrollment and advising. This is a great opportunity for students to work in a real-world office environment where they can learn about how Higher Education institutions function. Students will develop skills related to Microsoft Office software, learn to create and edit projects on CANVAS, and be a part of a dynamic team.
As the Office of Student Accessibility (OSA) Work Study, your primary role (at least 5 hours/week) will be in assisting a low-vision student outside of the classroom. This will include scribing and reading homework assignments, assisting with Canvas navigation, assisting with navigating the campus, and other tasks as they come up.
The OSA Work Study will also assist the Coordinator in data entry, creating content for the OSA, and other tasks as assigned.