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Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader

Position Description
  • Attend scheduled lectures for the selected class, take accurate notes, and understand all the homework/reading assignments and projects
  • Facilitate at least 1 SI session per week throughout the semester
  • Prepare for SI sessions using a wide variety of interactive learning strategies
  • Promote SI through class announcements, board reminders, and electronic communication
  • Maintain regular communication with the course’s faculty and the SI Coordinator
  • Collect attendance data for every session and submit weekly paperwork to the SI Coordinator
  • Behave in a professional manner at all times
  • Other administrative duties as assigned

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  • Must be one of the following:
    • enrolled in at least 6 units throughout the semester within the San Mateo County Community College District
    • a Bridge Student, a student that has recently transferred. Only available to students the first Fall and Spring semester after their transfer to a 4-year college.
  • Maintain a good academic standing with Skyline College
  • Have earned a grade of B or better in the course for which you are applying to lead SI sessions
  • Demonstrate leadership potential, effective communication, and collaboration skills
  • Possess organizational and time management skills.Be able to serve as a positive role-model for students.Be able to attend scheduled lectures for the course.Participate in all trainings, meetings, and other activities as scheduled
  • Be available to work at least 7 – 10 hours/week.Be at least 18 years of age by the start of the semester.
Hours Required 7 – 10 hours a week, per class (max of 2 classes)
Academic Support & Learning Technologies
Contact for Information Gavin Townsley

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