WRDS 4021 and ENGL 4400/5400
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Interested in tutoring at the Writing Resources Center? All tutors at the WRC—both novice and experienced—must complete a semester-long training course, WRDS 4021: Writing Partnerships: Texts, Contexts, and Collaboration and ENGL 4400/5400: Theory & Practice of Tutoring Writing (same course meeting). In this course, students will read and write about writing center scholarship, discuss tutoring practices, and conduct writing center research. Students will also tutor for three hours a week in the WRC during the length of this course. This course is offered in the Fall semester each year.
After successful completion of the course, and with the permission of the director, students can go on to become a paid tutor within the WRC. Continued employment in the WRC requires ongoing professional development via staff meetings. Experienced tutors may also apply for a small number of summer tutoring positions.
There are a limited number of Graduate Assistantships available in the First Year Writing Program. If you are interested in a Graduate Assistantship, please apply through the English department.