Why work for the LRC?
  • One of the highest-paid positions on campus with raises every semester. 
  • Paid for all training and professional development at the LRC.
  • LRC alum matriculate into prestigious graduate programs, Medical Schools, and Teach for America programs.
  • Learn the science behind teaching and content creation.
  • Great reach and positive impact that will shine on your resume. 

SI Leaders

SI Leaders plan and facilitate 2 weekly review sessions for students enrolled in a specific class, create worksheets to promote course review and address student questions and concerns. Ideal candidates will be self-motivated and empathetic, have strong communication skills, and excellent facilitation and classroom management skills. SI Leaders work 9 hours per week - we pay you to attend class (2.5 hours), hold 2 review sessions (2.5 hours) and 4 hours of prep time.

Peer Tutors

Peer Tutors provide individual or small group tutoring to students, address student questions, aid in clarifying course content and other areas of challenge, and foster collaboration among peers. Ideal candidates will be empathetic, have a wide array of academic knowledge, have excellent facilitation skills, and be able to think on their feet. Peer Tutors work approximately 6-10 hours each week.

OURS Peer Mentors

Research Mentors conduct one-on-one meetings with peers to find research and scholarly opportunities on and off campus. Ideal candidates for the Research Mentor position will have research experience, excellent communication skills, resume and cover letter writing skills, and knowledge of campus activities and clubs.