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Professional Staff Positions

We are currently hiring for an Assistant Director of Academic Success. The position description and application information is available through SuccessFactors.  

Student Leadership Positions

The Academic Success Center has three paid, student leadership positions. Each position contributes to the ASC's mission in different ways. Click on the positions below to learn more about the role and the selection process for the upcoming academic year. 

A Peer Success Coach (PSC) is a point-person who can offer guidance to students as they navigate life at Purdue. PSCs are primarily upperclassmen who receive training on coaching their peers through academic success skills such as studying for exams, connecting with campus resources and academic advisors, finding motivation, getting involved in campus activities and organizations, and managing time. PSCs meet weekly or biweekly with their coachees and hold them accountable for meeting their established goals.
PSC Selection occurs during Spring semesters for the upcoming academic year. 
Student Office Assistants help with the everyday management and function of the ASC. This is a customer service-driven role helping students, families, and campus partners support holistic academic growth across campus. They assist in maintaining the collaborative space, welcoming guests and visitors, working one on one with staff on office projects, executing vital organizational tasks like checking students in and responding to information requests, and much more.
Check back for more information on applying to become a student office assistant.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders are student leaders who provide weekly, peer-led study sessions for traditionally challenging courses. The role of an SI Leader is to help students in their assigned course develop a better understanding of the course material through active, collaborative learning involving critical thinking, transferrable study skills, and fun. Rather than teaching or directly answering questions, SI Leaders facilitate and guide students to finding answers for themselves. SI Leaders typically work with small to medium sized groups of students, with some courses occasionally having large groups before exams.
SI Leader selection occurs during the middle of fall and spring semesters for the upcoming semester. 

Graduate Assistant Positions

There are not any current vacancies for graduate staff as all 2019-2020 positions have been filled. 

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