Opportunities in the Writing Center
Peer Writing Tutor
Peer Writing Tutors will primarily work with students individually or in small groups to improve their writing skills. The Tutor will be expected to facilitate daily operations of the Writing Center by creating a welcoming and professional environment and maintaining precise records. Peer Writing Tutors are not copyeditors or proofreaders; instead, they help writers improve their skills in analyzing and revising academic writing.
Because the Shaw University Writing Center focuses on helping students in a wide variety of courses, we encourage students from any major to apply.
Interested in becoming a Peer Writing Tutor? Click here to download the application.
Work Study Student
Work Study Students in the Writing Center serve as initial office contact for students, faculty, staff, etc. Duties include answering routine questions and provide information about the Writing Center. The main emphasis is on providing customer service; performing light clerical duties; assist with updating and maintaining the Writing Center’s social media presence; assist with the design of flyers, graphics, and other marketing materials; and collaborate with Writing Center staff on new ideas for engagement and events.
Must be eligible for federal work study.
Interested in becoming a Work Study Student? Click here to download the application.