Overview Position is open till filled with first applicants being reviewed on April 19th
The San Diego State University Pre-College Institute promotes college access and completion for under-served students through excellence and innovation in education. SDSU Upward Bound/HCOP are educational opportunity programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to assist eligible high school students pursue and complete postsecondary programs of education. There are 13 staff members in the Academic Year and approximately 31 during the Six-Week Summer Academy. UB/HCOP are funded to serve 167 students during the Academic Year and 90 during the Six-Week Summer Academy. The purpose of SDSU Upward Bound is to develop in students the motivation and skills to assist them to pursue and complete a program of postsecondary education. The purpose of HCOP is to assist individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds to enter a health or allied health profession.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The SDSU Pre-College Institute under the SDSU Research Foundation is seeking Instructional Aides for our Six-Week Summer Hybrid Academy. The Institute's goal is to assist low-income and/or first-generation college students currently in high school to prepare for success in college. The six-week programs provide participants with fast-paced, intensive academic coursework and teambuilding, social and emotional well-being, cultural and other enrichment activities within a residential setting.
Take initiative and assist teachers and students in assigned online and in-person classes
Attend pre-program faculty/staff orientation and weekly staff meetings
Consult with teachers regarding students progress in class
Assist teachers with completion and submission of daily attendance sheets, assignment sheets and grading
Assist students with in-class assignments individually or in small groups under the supervision of the teacher
Tutor and assist students during virtual and in-person study periods
Copy, collate, and staple materials for teachers as needed (during face-to-face instruction)
Maintain communication with Program Director, Academic Coordinator, Head Resident Advisors and/or other program staff
Optional participation in the programs field experiences, recreational and cultural outings and virtual activities
Qualifications Minimum Education
Instructional, tutorial and/or classroom experience working with low-income students is highly desirable
Have completed at least two years of college work at an academic, accredited institution
Must be in good academic standing at an academic, accredited institution
Major(s)/minor(s) are in the following: sciences, computers, social sciences, health, and English
Experience working with high school students
Experience with TRiO programs or similar outreach programs
Experience working with students from different cultural backgrounds
Experience working with students from low-income backgrounds
Experience working with first-generation college students
ADDITIONAL APPLICANT INFORMATION:
The COVID-19 vaccine is required by the CSU for all SDSU Research Foundation employees as a condition of employment. Should you be offered a position, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination status. Individuals who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption on file will be required to complete regular COVID-19 testing
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with SDSU Research Foundation
San Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer
Founded in 1897, San Diego State University is a public institution of higher education located in southern California. SDSU is the oldest and largest university in San Diego and the third largest in the state. SDSU continues to gain recognition as a leader in higher education.
Join SDSU and make a difference through meaningful work that contributes to knowledge and provides rich opportunities for students. The dynamic synergy between SDSU and the San Diego region furthers SDSU's excellence and global impact. Every member of our team can proudly proclaim, "I Am SDSU."
In addition to SDSU, three not-for-profit auxiliary employers operate to provide services for the University. The SDSU Research Foundation furthers the educational, research and community service mission of SDSU. Aztec Shops provides a diverse portfolio of products and services including operation of the SDSU Bookstore, SDSU Dining, and management of commercial and real estate properties surrounding the campus. Associated Students of SDSU is a student-directed organization that manages programs and facilities enjoyed by students, faculty, staff, and the community-at-large.