ASC Student Leader Positions

The Helen Bass Williams Academic Success Center could not do the work we do without our amazing student leaders. Learn more about the positions and the benefits of working in the ASC below.


Academic Success Ambassador
Indianapolis Only

Help communicate and expand Academic Success initiatives for Purdue Indianapolis students

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Peer Success Coach

Focuses on 1-on-1 coaching interactions to share resources & strategies

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Student Office Ambassador

Engages with visitor, assists with various office projects & facilitates an Accountability Group

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Supplemental Instruction Leader

Works with small group facilitation of course-specific & interdisciplinary content

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Benefits of Working at the ASC

  • Be a part of the ASC team, a fun and dynamic group committed to the success of Purdue students
  • Interact with a diverse array of peers, faculty, and staff members to gain a variety of perspectives from the Purdue community
  • Engage in professional development, training, and mentoring opportunities
  • Give back to Purdue community and support the success of their peers
  • Gain transferable skills such as interpersonal communication, decision-making, and facilitation experience that are applicable to a variety of post-Purdue employment opportunities

Intentional Student Development and Leadership

In addition to training and coaching related to the functions of each position, the ASC staff are committed to developing our student leaders in the following competencies we view as essential for peer education and leadership as well as valuable, transferable areas for students’ lifelong learning and leadership. These competencies are used in student selection, training, on-going development, and performance evaluations.

Our competencies are: Reflective Problem Solving, Effective Communication, Professionalism, Initiative, Inclusion

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