The Writing Support Centre often interviews for new
tutors before the beginning of the fall term. Volunteer positions are available for students and professionals who possess
many of the important qualifications associated with tutoring writing. In general, applicants should have exceptional written and
verbal communication skills and good overall interpersonal and social skills.
Applicants must possess a Bachelor's Degree in any
discipline, and must provide a resume, cover letter, and sample of their academic writing.
UWO students will be given first consideration for all positions.
A description of the position is available here Please apply for these volunteer
positions via the VIP (Volunteers in Progress) program.
UWO students who are interested in helping maintain the
daily operation of the Writing Support Centre apply for a volunteer position. Applicants should have some
computer knowledge and should possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Contact the VIP program for more information about
administrative assistant positions.
"Working for the Writing Support Centre
was a blast. The projects ranged from collecting survey data to gathering information for seminars to maintaining a website. While working on these projects, I sharpened and enhanced my organizational and communication skills, but most important of all, I met many interesting and intelligent people."
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instructors, or others without written permission and will not become part
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