Are you looking for a rewarding job at Carleton for 2021-2022? Do you want to make a difference by supporting students who may struggle with the transition to university? The Enriched Support Program is hiring a workshop facilitator for introductory Computer Science courses for Fall 2021 and Winter 2022.

About the positions

ESP facilitators  are peer educators in 3rd year and above who plan and run course-specific workshops for up to 30 ESP students enrolled in a single course. (These are similar to PASS workshops, but part of a structured program.)

Facilitators receive over 50 hours of pedagogical training and leadership development. They work in a supportive and collegial environment that enthusiastically embraces equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Anonymous facilitator feedback on their role:

“Learning how to give, receive, and implement feedback really helped me grow as a facil and a person.”

“I love working with students and being part of this community.”

“It’s a great environment to grow as a student and a person.”

About the Enriched Support Program

ESP and its sister program, the Indigenous Enriched Support Program, remove barriers to post-secondary education by offering a pathway to degree studies for those who do not meet traditional admissions requirements. ESP and IESP students start first-year studies with support designed to strengthen academic skills and habits. Those who complete the program with the necessary average are eligible for admission to a variety of degree programs.

 

No experience is required. Facilitators get extensive hands-on training plus ongoing support from the Coordinator, Team Leaders, and other facilitators.

Qualifications:

·       2.0 credits in Computer Science

·       3rd year or higher

·       8.0 CGPA overall

·       9.0 CGPA in COMP

 

Currently accepting applications for Computer Science facilitator position (deadline extended).

Starting wage: $22/hour

10-12 hours/week

Check out www.carleton.ca/esp and click “Employment Opportunities” to learn more.

We encourage applications from racialized and Indigenous students, students with disabilities, and students who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.

Sincerely,

Rachelle Thibodeau, Ph.D.

Coordinator, Academic Support, Program Evaluation, & Research

Centre for Initiatives in Education

1518 DT | ext. 1024

www.carleton.ca/esp

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