Center for Learning & Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) Graduate Intern

Center for Learning & Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE)
University of Washington

The Center for Learning & Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) is a part of Academic Support Programs (ASP) at the University of Washington-Seattle. CLUE is a free, late-night, multidisciplinary study/tutoring center. Our mission is to provide high level academic support for the full range of UW undergraduates, from those who are under-prepared to those who are advanced. We are located in Mary Gates Hall, have convenient evening hours (7pm-midnight, Sun-Thurs), and employ current and recently graduated UW students and graduate students to tutor fellow UW students.

The CLUE Graduate Intern will assist the ASP Assistant Director in the daily operations and functions of CLUE as well as support the tutoring staff. ASP staff work varied hours ranging from 8am-10pm and CLUE is open 7pm-midnight, which will allow for the CLUE Graduate Intern to have a flexible schedule while working with us.
The duties of the CLUE Graduate intern may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Oversight of the logistics and the tutoring space/ tutors nightly at CLUE, and in our distance locations
  • Be innovative and creative in supporting our outreach, marketing, and assessment tasks
  • Assist in tutor training/development opportunities
  • Project development for new ideas and initiatives you see fit

We can have a discussion about what specific goals and skills you want to gain in order to cater and make the most of this internship for you.

Quarters Available: 
Autumn
Winter
Spring

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