The Center for Student Learning is Hiring SMART Coaches

Get paid to support your peers and sharpen your mentorship skills in the process

A SMART (Students Meeting, Achieving, + Reaching Together) Coach meets with students who request an academic coaching appointment through the Center for Student Learning website. Coaching appointments may include: time and self-management support, development and implementation of effective study strategies, and goal-setting. Appointments may be scheduled weekly or bi-weekly, and may be held in person or on Zoom. SMART coaches will be asked to enroll in TEDU 205: Exploring Peer Leadership, a 2 credit hour (elective), P/F, Express 1 or 2 class (details TBD) as well as participate in CSL-led training.

Qualifications for SMART Coaches include:

  • Minimum sophomore standing or min. 24 CofC credit hours
  • Min. 2.0 cumulative and major GPA
  • Recommendation from one professor, advisor, or other CofC staff who has witnessed your academic ability
  • Demonstrable knowledge of a wide variety of academic success strategies and techniques
  • Demonstrable qualities including: empathy, kindness, active listening, respect for others

Rate of Pay: $9.50/hr

Hours per Week: varies based on need/request

How to apply: