In order to work as a paid undergraduate peer tutor in the Writing Center, students must first successfully complete ENG 345: Writing Fellows, Theory & Practice, a course that is offered each fall. The course fulfills an Area I requirement of the English major/minor as well as a Writing-Intensive requirement for the GEP. In addition to class time, devoted to the study of writing center theory and practice, and to invention, composing, and revision strategies, students will perform observation and tutoring in the Writing Center. Upon successful completion of the course, students are eligible to apply for paid positions in the Writing Center beginning the following semester. The Writing Fellows course is open to all university students. Many of our Fellows are English majors, but we welcome all majors from the College of Arts and Sciences, the Haub School of Business, and the College of Professional and Liberal Studies. We aim for a diverse staff of peer tutors who are excellent writers, who enjoy working with other writers, and who bring to the Center an array of interests and expertise. Applications for the course are accepted each spring prior to the registration period. Admission to the class is by instructor’s permission only. For more information, contact Dr. Jenny Spinner, Director, Writing Center, at (610) 660-3272 or email@example.com.
Undergraduate students with federal Work Study funds who are interested in working as receptionists in the Writing Center, should contact Dr. Jenny Spinner, Director, Writing Center, at (610) 660-3272 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate students at Saint Joseph’s who have prior experience as writing tutors and are interested in working as paid tutors should contact Dr. Jenny Spinner, Director, Writing Center, at (610) 660-3272 or email@example.com
We are not currently accepting applications for professional tutors.