The Center for Teaching and Learning hires Program Coordinators to support the Peer Learning Consultant Program. Program Coordinators report to the Associate Director of Student Learning Programs and are responsible for managing academic skills programs and projects as well as the logistics for academic programming, events, workshops, study halls, and Grad Studios. Successful Program Coordinators may have the opportunity to advance to an Undergraduate Learning Consultant role where they will design and deliver workshops and academic skills content for the Stanford student community.
Program Coordinators start at $16/hour and the job requires you to be available 5-8 hours per week for Autumn, Winter, and Spring quarters (with the exception of holiday breaks). The position could be extended through summer quarter, depending on your availability. Work hours can be arranged to fit your schedule. The majority of this work is done remotely though some work will be done at the Lathrop Learning Hub when in-person programming resumes. Only active Stanford undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Graduate and professional students are not eligible. For Spring 2021 applicants, priority consideration will be given to undergraduate students who are able to work during the 2021 summer quarter.
To be fully informed about the position and the responsibilities of Program Coordinators, we advise you to read all of the information below before submitting an application.
- Managing a variety of academic programs and projects such as the Accountability Partner Program, Study Halls, and the Academic Skills Portal
- Hosting and organizing academic events and programming such as Virtual Study Hall, Grad Study Hall and Grad Studios
- Developing novel immediate and long-term strategies to support the academic needs of Stanford students
- Managing an email inbox and responding to student inquiries about CTL events
- Creating online events through Eventbrite and managing student registrations
- Scheduling and coordinating program and team meetings
- Establishing positive relationships with campus partners through thoughtful communication
- Curating and managing mailing lists and a weekly academic skills newsletter
- Tailoring existing academic programming to specific student audiences and communities
- Providing academic skills drop-in consultations, such as Time Management Refreshers
- Incorporating principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic skills programming
- Placing and receiving online orders for events (when in-person)
- Filing reimbursements for program purchases (when in-person)
- Managing a stock room and supplies (when in-person)
To be a competitive applicant, you must:
- Be a current undergraduate student and eligible to work in the United States
- Be responsible, reliable, and detail-oriented
- Be a consistent communicator; you should be available via Slack and responsive to most messages within 6 hours
- Have excellent collaboration and teamwork skills
- Be able to work with minimal supervision
- Be willing to contribute to unexpected projects and tasks as requested
- Be comfortable working with Outlook, Google Drive, Slack, and Eventbrite (or at least have a working knowledge of some of these apps and a willingness to learn)
1. Application: Complete the online application (which includes submitting a short statement and CV/resume).
2. Interviews: Qualified candidates will be contacted to participate in a half-hour interview with the Associate Director and Peer Learning Consultants.
3. Admission: Successful candidates will be informed before the end of the spring quarter and must attend a welcome dinner to meet the team.
4. Note: Due to the shift to remote instruction and programming, the application process may be adjusted. Welcome dinners will also be suspended until in-person programming and instruction resumes.
What you'll gain:
You will gain insight into the philosophy, approaches, and tools to support student learning at Stanford. You will develop skills in project management, communication, and administration. You will work closely with our Peer Learning Consultants, including Knight-Hennessy Scholars, Fulbright Scholars, Forbes 30 under 30 honorees, medical students, law students, PhD students, and undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds. You will also contribute your valuable experience and perspective as an undergraduate student at Stanford.
Applications for Program Coordinators are currently OPEN.