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Job/Volunteer Opportunities

Paid Tutor Positions

The Accessible Learning Centre (ALC) tutoring program is for registered ALC students that require tutoring assistance. The purpose of this program is to aid with specific class learning or exam preparation/review.

***The ALC is currently recruiting tutors for the following programs for FALL 2021 and WINTER 2022: application closes AUGUST 02, 2021 

MATH 

BUSINESS (currently recruiting for spring/summer BI231, BU466 and BU487)

COMMUNICATIONS 

SOCIOLOGY

SCIENCE: CHEM/BIO/PSYCHOLOGY/COMPUTER SCIENCE /PHYSICS 

KINESIOLOGY 

Volunteer Note-Takers

The ALC provides a note-taking service for registered students with disabilities who have been approved for this classroom accommodation. If you attend all your classes and take great notes, why not volunteer to take notes for someone in need.

“I gained knowledge of accessibility and student equity, and also got a chance to help out another student, which made me feel like I was really contributing something to the student community!”

– student note-taker

Peer Support Team Volunteer Positions

Are you interested in being more involved in the Laurier community and helping other students at the same time? The Accessible Learning Centre (ALC) is now recruiting volunteers for the Peer Support Team on the Waterloo campus for the 2021-2022 academic year. This is your opportunity to coordinate programs, initiate projects and support your fellow Laurier students. Programming for the 2021-2022 term will reflect public health and university guidelines.

Application Process

  • Complete the application form. At this time, we are only recruiting for the Social Media & Accessibility Awareness Coordinator Volunteer position, Acidemic Coach, and Note-taking/Tutoring Coordinators  Please attach your resume.
  • Application closes Monday, July 12th 2021 by 4:30 PM.
  • Selected applicants will be invited by email to sign up for an interview.
  • Note: you must be registered on the Waterloo campus to apply.

For more information, please contact  Erin Riggin, Educational Supports Coordinator and Learning Strategist at eriggin@wlu.ca