Employment

UWSC is not accepting applications at this time for graduate and undergraduate writing & speaking consultants.

Please go to MyWorkdayJobs.com for more information and to apply when positions become available.

The University Writing & Speaking Center is partially funded by student fees. As part of our commitment to the students who support the Writing & Speaking Center, we employ undergraduate and graduate students as writing & speaking consultants. Typically the University Writing & Speaking Center recruits new consultants at the end of each semester. Mandatory trainings are held before each new semester. In addition, consultants are expected to attend monthly workshops as part of their employment with the University Writing & Speaking Center.

We do not require but do encourage interested students to take ENG 408b/608b Tutoring Student Writers, which provides a theoretical foundation and practical, hands-on experience in the University Writing & Speaking Center as part of the curriculum.

We hire students from all disciplinary backgrounds, including STEM fields, humanities disciplines, educational programs, and health related fields.

In general the Writing Center hires two times a year: once for fall semester and then again for the spring semester. Job openings are posted in April  for the next fall semester and posted in November for the next spring semester.

Interested in becoming a writing & speaking consultant?

Please go to MyWorkdayJobs.com for more information and to apply.

  • Cover Letter:
    • What can you contribute to University Writing & Speaking Center?
    • What will you gain as a consultant?
    • Major and Minor
  • Resume or CV:
    • Relevant Experience
  • Academic Writing Sample:
    • Not a creative writing piece
  • Academic or profession references:
    • Include email and/or phone number of three (3)  references
  • Available hours:
    • Numer of hours available in a typical week
  • Range of hours:
    • List days and times available (e.g. Monday 9am - 2pm)
  • Unofficial Copy of Transcript
    • Undergraduate students 3.0+ GPA preferred; 2.5+ GPA with B or better in Core Writing and Core Humanities courses (or transfer equivalents) with a written explanation accepted.
      Graduate students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher
    • Must have completed Eng 102 (or equivalent) and one Core Humanities course or equivalent.
    • Must have completed at least one Core Humanities course (or equivalent) 

    Be aware, when applying online, all documents need to be attached when system prompts you to attach resume.