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

#### Work in the MSLC Front Desk

Do you like to help people? Apply to be part of our Welcome desk! [4-8 hrs/week]

Applications are open on a rolling basis. Fall 2024 hiring is completed. New applications will be reviewed in December 2024 for employment in Spring 2025

#### 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.

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

#### MSLC Tutor

Have you received a B or better in 100/200 level courses in Math, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Computer Science? Do you enjoy working with students? Apply to be a tutor at the Math & Science Learning Center! [4-6 hours per week]

Applications are open on a rolling basis. Fall 2024 hiring is completed. New applications will be reviewed in December 2024 for employment in Spring 2025.

#### 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]

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