Lacerte Family Writing & Academic Resource Center

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The WARC provides support to students by developing personalized strategies for academic success.

Employment Opportunities

The WARC seeks both Writing Consultants and Academic Success Consultants. View openings »

Writing Consultants

Writing Consultants are graduate students in the Writing, Literature and Publishing Department who have successfully completed WR600 Teaching College Composition. Peer Writing Consultants are undergraduates who have taken a full year of enhanced First-Year Writing Program coursework and have undergone a semester of training. Students who have successfully completed this coursework are invited to apply for open positions.

Academic Success Consultants

The WARC seeks consultants to conduct one-on-one appointments with students enrolled in a variety of courses. Appointments include helping students with the following:

  • Study approaches
  • Time management
  • Academic problem solving
  • English Language Learning development
  • Targeted writing support

Consultants work a set schedule (10 hours/wk), and hours are flexible within our office hours of 10 a.m.—6 p.m. The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Tutoring, teaching, or coaching experience
  • A strong grasp of grammar
  • Personal maturity, patience, and a desire to help others

Academic Success Consultants (specialists)

Application Instructions

Academic Success Consultants job descriptions will be posted below and on eCampus two weeks before the start of classes. Once you’ve filled out the application, please send a resume to Jacqueline_Holland@emerson.edu. Rolling interviews will take place before classes begin. We look forward to meeting you!

Peer Tutors

The WARC seeks peer tutors in a variety of courses. The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Success in coursework (A/A-)
  • Personal maturity, patience, and a desire to help others
  • Ability to explain course material and help students study

View current openings »