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Center for Student Learning Seeking Math Tutors

The Center for Student Learning (CSL) is currently looking for Math Tutors for the upcoming Fall 2022 semester. This is an exceptional opportunity for any student gifted in mathematics.

Interested students must have completed math up through Calculus I and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Selected students will earn an hourly pay of $10. Work schedules are very flexible to accommodate for additional engagements.

The deadline to apply for this position is May 1st.

Students may apply and learn more here!

Please email with any additional questions.

Posted on March 31, 2022 in Campus Involvement, Internships & Jobs

Positions Available in the Center for Student Learning (CSL)

The Center for Student Learning (CSL) is hiring! The CSL is looking for hard-working, responsible, and energetic students to join their team for the fall semester (employment begins mid-August). The CSL is hiring peer tutors, Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders, front desk assistants, and peer academic coaches.

The Center for Student Learning employs over 130 tutors each year in various subject areas. Tutors receive extensive training from the Center staff and other campus professionals in these topics: communication strategies, skills for working with diverse populations, and methods of becoming a peer role model.

The Center for Student Learning covers tutoring in the following drop-in and by-appointment labs:

  • Business Lab
  • Foreign Languages Lab
  • Math Lab
  • Writing Lab
  • Science Lab
  • Computer Science Lab
  • Social Science Lab
  • Speaking Lab
  • Philosophy/Logic
  • Linguistics

To learn more and apply, please click here!

To learn more and apply for a SI Leader position, please click here!

Posted on March 28, 2022 in Campus Involvement

Apply to the Global Ambassador’s Program

Global Ambassadors is a professional development program offering mentoring as well as extracurricular and international experiential learning designed for students interested in careers with international organizations, including the civil service and Foreign Service.

Throughout the year, students learn about foreign policy, foreign service, and its challenges and opportunities. Students participate in advising, mentoring, and discussion sessions, interact with former and current diplomats and foreign service officers.

The deadline to apply for the Global Ambassador’s Program is April 15th, 2022. Students may learn more below.

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Expectations and benefits

  • Up to 8 students selected each year
  • Duration: 2-semester-long program (fall + spring).
  • Earn 3 credit hours (1 in fall + 2 in spring)
  • Open to all majors
  • 3.25 minimum overall GPA
  • Membership in World Affairs Council of Charleston
  • Field trip to Washington DC during spring break (paid by the program)
  • Close interactions with guest speakers, diplomats, and international leaders

Application deadline: April 15, 2022

For more details and to apply, go to the Mroz Global Leadership Institute website.

Posted on March 25, 2022 in Campus Involvement

Front Desk Position in the Center for Student Learning (CSL)

The Front Desk Assistant serves as the first contact for students, faculty, staff, guests, and other drop-ins. The CSL is located on the first floor of the Addlestone Library. The position requires excellent interpersonal skills, patience, and the ability to multi-task in a bustling office.

The Center for Student Learning (CSL) at the College of Charleston is seeking a hard-working, customer-service-centered student to work part-time in their physical office for the academic year of 2022-2023. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursdays 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, Fridays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and occasional Sundays from 3:30 pm to 9:00 pm.

To apply, please click here!

To learn more about the position, please see below:

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Duties/Responsibilities include:

Answering telephone(s) and routing calls to appropriate individuals/offices on campus; monitoring the email; assisting students in scheduling appointments for staff; greeting and interacting with visitors/guests to the CSL; assisting students with making appointments for tutoring services; providing high levels of customer service; creating a welcome and inclusive environment for all individuals.

Ongoing use of copier, scanner, and paper shredder will be required. Additionally, they will guide student employees with timesheet completion and support Lab Directors and CSL staff with all administrative needs.

Other duties to be performed as assigned, such as creating banners, signs, and bulletin boards.


Excellent written and verbal communication skills; general knowledge of campus resources; ability to interact with individuals from a variety of backgrounds and to exhibit a positive, helpful attitude; ability to work and maintain focus in a sometimes demanding and stressful environment; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Outlook for mail and calendar purposes (preferred).

All questions may be directed to Kasey Read at

Posted on March 24, 2022 in Campus Involvement, Internships & Jobs

Friends of MSF at CofC Virtual Event

On Thursday, March 24th at 7 pm, Friends of MSF will have a Tanya Morshed, a speaker from MSF, presenting via zoom.

Tanya Morshed is an experienced social worker who previously served as a Mental Health Activity Manager in the field with MSF; Tanya Morshed also participated in a small response for Afghan refugees during her assignment in Tajikistan.

Interested Students may RSVP and find the Zoom Link here!

Posted on March 21, 2022 in Announcements & Events, Campus Involvement, Clubs and Organizations

Beyond the Filter: Telling Stories with Photographs of Family and Community

Next Tuesday, March 22nd from 12:30 to 1:45 the College Libraries and the Office of Institutional Diversity will be putting on Beyond the Filter: Telling Stories with Photographs of Family and Community.

Students are invited to bring their favorite photos – digital or print – and share stories with one another. Through sharing photographs of family and loved ones, participants will contribute and discover stories about themselves and one another revealing roots, connections, and provocative parallels that surprise and engage us in community.

In addition to sharing photographs, scholars and community members will discuss the power of images for storytelling, identity, and representation in our public memory. Specimens of historic photographs including daguerreotypes, tintypes, cabinet cards, and stereoviews will also be on display.

Students may learn more and register for the event here!


Posted on March 17, 2022 in Announcements & Events, Campus Involvement

Help Save a Life with Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

The Office of Student Wellness and Well-being offers training for the CofC campus community in suicide intervention. Learn what you can say and do to help a friend in distress. Training sessions are typically held over the summer months on campus (typically in July and August) with multiple options including two-day, intervention skills training and single day sessions focused on campus resources. Students are welcome and encouraged to participate.

If you’re interested, fill out this form. Training dates will be determined later in the spring, and interested attendees will be contacted with more details.

Posted on March 15, 2022 in Campus Involvement

Present Your Work at the First-Ever CofC Expo in April

Submit an abstract highlighting your student research, creative activities, or community service projects.

CofC Expo 2022 is the first event of its kind at the College, and will showcase student research, creative activities and community service projects from across campus. This is a perfect opportunity for students to share their highly impressive undertakings with the local community, and to gain public presentation experience that will be valuable for future endeavors.

CofC Expo 2022 is scheduled for Thursday, April 7, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in TD Arena (301 Meeting Street). This event is free and open to the public.

Want to participate? Submit an abstract to be considered. The deadline to submit an abstract is March 14.

Posted on February 17, 2022 in Announcements & Events, Campus Involvement, Research
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