Are you interested in working for the Health Professions Programs Office as a Student Assistant or Tutor?

Student Assistants are responsible for assisting the operation's professional staff with day-to-day office operations. Duties can include answering phones, photocopying, responding to regular email communications regarding program, handling social media communications, and fielding general questions from students and internal/external partners. Student Assistant positions are paid $15 per hour for up to 10 hours per week to work in the operation. Interested students are encouraged to approach the Director of the Health Professions Programs Office, Ms. Trishia Vasquez for more information and available opportunities.

The primary responsibilities of a tutor is to support students (tutees) to become more independent learners, persist in college, and reach their goals. Tutors provide individual and/or group tutoring to students across a broad range of courses based on their personal area of expertise.  Specifically for the Health Professions Programs Office, Tutors will work in the area of Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Math. Tutors meet with students to clarify and review concepts taught in class, explain processes and help students solve specific problems. Tutoring supports classroom-centered activities, and as such, the emphasis and content of the tutoring sessions is determined by the student’s needs. Tutors work with colleagues and the Director of the Health Professions Programs Office to support their own professional development. Tutor positions are paid $15 per hour for up to 8 hours per week to work in the operation. Interested students are encouraged to approach the Director of the Health Professions Programs Office, Ms. Trishia Vasquez for more information and available opportunities.