The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has several openings for student employment

 

Click on the links below to apply

Work in the MSLC Front Desk

Do you like to help people? Apply to be part of our Welcome desk!

Virtual and In-Person Front Desk personnel [4-8 hrs/week]

 

 

 

 

 

Grader

Students interested in grading for any professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics should use this application.  Hiring decisions are made by instructors of the course to which you are applying.

Learning Assistant: Math 140, 141

Learning Assistants support student learning and help facilitate group activities for Math 140 (College Algebra) and Math 141 (Precalculus).

Math 140: College Algebra [5-8 hrs/week]

Math 141: Precalculus [8-10 hrs/week]

MSLC Tutor

Enjoy working with students?  Sign up to be a tutor at the Math and Stats Learning Center!

Especially looking for Math, Biology, Statistics, and Chemistry tutors.

Virtual and In-person Tutors [4-6 hours per week]

Department Proctor

Proctors are needed to help administer tests.  Tests are 2-3 hours, you are hired on an as-needed basis and contacted as needs arise. [0-6 hours/week]

 

Math & Stats TA

To apply for a Math & Stats TA position, please send the following materials to the Department Coordinator: mathstat-gradprograms@sdsu.edu

  • Your resume
  • A short statement (1 page) of mathematical or statistical interests, teaching experience and teaching preferences
  • Two letters of recommendation – one regarding teaching ability and one regarding mathematics or statistics ability. Your letters should come directly from those writing the letters.

For more information: Math & Stats Department TA. For all other TA positions, please see your department guidelines.

PARC Peer Tutors

PARC is hiring peer tutors in PSFA majors for Fall ’22 in the PARC! [~5-10 hrs/week]
 
For the upcoming fall, we are seeking tutors in these subject areas:
  •  Art
  • Communication
  • Criminal Justice
  • Hospitality & Tourism Management
  • Journalism
  • Music
  • Television, Film, & New Media
  • Theatre
Applications are due April 15. Interviews will take place throughout the month of April.

Summer Bridge Math Tutor

EOP Summer Bridge Math Tutor Job Description

To apply, please send an email of interest with your resume and unofficial transcripts to Manager of LSC and Summer Bridge coordinator below. A faculty recommendation in the course or subject area to be tutored is highly desirable. Approved Work Study students are encouraged to apply.

Application materials and/or inquiries should be directed to:

Paige Hernandez, Manager or Learning Support Center, phernandez@sdsu.edu

& Tanya Chavez, EOP Counselor for Summer Bridge & SOAR, tachavez@sdsu.edu