Teaching & Tutoring Opportunities Information Session for Undergrad and Graduate Students

Thursday, January 26, 2017 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lathrop 135

For Stanford Undergrad and Grad Students

Space Limited, Please Register

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student looking for an opportunity to teach your own class, tutor someone in your favorite subject, or mentor local youth? At this information session, you’ll hear from representatives from various campus programs who will talk about the teaching opportunities available through their programs, advise you on the application process and upcoming deadlines, and answer questions. There will be an opportunity to talk informally with representatives during the second half of the session. Come meet representatives from the following programs.

·       Educational Partnerships, Haas Center for Public Service: Offers opportunities to mentor and tutor local youth of all ages, from K-12.

·       Hume Center for Writing and Speaking: Hires undergraduates and graduate students to work as writing and oral communication tutors.

·       Splash!: Allows any member of the campus community to teach a session at their two-day marathon of classes for local middle and high school students.

·       Student Initiated Course (SIC) program: Provides a process for undergraduates and graduate students to propose their own 1- and 2-unit courses.

More Information

Sponsors

Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

Contact

randazzo@stanford.edu