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Employment at TLC

Benefits of TLC Employment:

  • TLC is located in Lee Hall, making it conveniently located on the main campus.
  • Your work schedule will be structured around your class schedule.
  • You will have a unique opportunity to meet and assist a wide array of students who seek to utilize TLC services.
  • Each tutor earns CRLA Level 1 Certification
  • You will develop transferable skills that are useful in many professional fields

TLC Student Positions

Tutor

Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled as UL Lafayette student
  • Completed at least one (1) semester at time of employment
  • Must have earned an A or B in all courses to be tutored ('A' required for Supplemental Instruction)
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 at time of employment
  • A commitment to ethical conduct and treating all students equally
  • Must possess a patient and helpful demeanor as well as a positive, developmental attitude when working with students
  • A desire to perform as an academic role model
  • Supplemental Instruction: Tutors must be able to present information in front of larger groups utilizing multiple modalities

(Additional requirements apply for CRLA  Level 1 Certification)

Submit Tutor Application

Desk Assistant

Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled as UL Lafayette student
  • Must qualify for Financial Aid Work Study
  • Completed at least one (1) semester at time of employment
  • Must be flexible and able to work well in a team environment
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Assist all visitors of The Learning Center
  • Answer phone calls, take messages, calmly/patiently find solutions for students
  • Possess a general knowledge of campus for student questions

Submit Desk Assistant Application

 


To apply for a position at TLC, please complete the online application listed above.
Once submitted, please monitor your UL email account for further information.
Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received.

For more information, email tlc@louisiana.edu or stop by Lee Hall 209.