Meet the Staff
The "Write Place" offers a fun work environment where you can connect with students and make a difference. No matter your major, if you have a love for writing and helping others, we would love for you to join our team!
Dr. Kem Roper
Applying to The "Write Place" is simple! Download our application, complete it, and either drop it off at Carver Complex, N (Hollins Wing), Room 125, or email it to email@example.com. The "Write Place" offers employment opportunities for the following positions:
Graduate Assistants assist the Writing Center Director in management and day-to-day operations. Click here to see the full Grad Assistant job description.
Graduate Applicants must also submit a writing sample in addition to their applications: a prose writing sample (2–5 pages in length). The best samples are generally ones that present an argument of some kind rather than a summary. You may use an essay that was written for a class.
In this position, employees provide support for Writing Center Director and Graduate Assistant in management of day-to-day operations (filing, copying, answering phones and other duties as assigned). Click here to see the full non-tutor job description.
Writing tutors consult with students, offering feedback & suggestions for their writing tasks. For a full Writing Tutor job description, click here.
The “Write Place” employees tutors through the Tutorial Assistance Network (TAN). Applications should be submitted to TAN.
After submitting TAN application to TAN, send a copy (application form, cover letter & transcript) PLUS a prose writing sample (2–5 pages in length) to Dr. Kem Roper: firstname.lastname@example.org. (The best samples are generally ones that present an argument of some kind rather than a summary. You may use an essay that was written for a class.)
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