No longer accepting Fall 2018 applications.
Eligible Work-Study Applicants Preferred.
In a fast-paced environment, Learning Resource Center Student Assistants are our initial contact with the university community. They greet and direct visitors, answer phone calls, schedule appointments, maintain databases, and perform general office work and other duties as assigned.
Student Assistant Application (.pdf)
Science, Math, and Related Topics (SMART) Tutoring
Now accepting applications for Fall 2018.
If you excel in accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, kinesiology, mathematics, physics, political science, psychology, or religious studies courses, help your fellow students do the same. Become a SMART Lab Tutor. SMART Lab tutoring is a paid position in a pleasant, informal environment. We work with you to create your optimal schedule. It looks impressive on a resume and it’s an opportunity for students to improve their ability to communicate, gain experience working with peers, and strengthen their skills in a given academic subject.
Supplemental Instruction Classes in Math, Chemistry, Economics, Political Science etc.
No longer accepting applications for Fall 2018.
SI or Supplemental Instruction is a nationally recognized program. SI classes (University 60) are peer-facilitated group study sessions designed to help students master difficult subject matter in classes with traditionally low pass rates. Students enroll to receive one unit credit.
The sessions are conducted by sophomores, juniors, seniors or graduate students who have demonstrated superior competence in the subject area. SI leaders attend the targeted class, read the assigned material, and work with the professors. Sessions focus on understanding content, developing effective study strategies, improving note taking and problem-solving skills, and preparing for exams.
We are always looking for resourceful SI Leaders. If you are interested, download the application below.
Math, Econ, Chem, & Political Science SI Leader Application (.pdf)
Supplemental Instruction in FRESHMAN WRITING
Supplemental Instruction in Writing supports first-time freshman students enrolled in "Approaches to University Writing" in several departments. SI classes (UNIV 61 & 62 ) are peer-facilitated sessions, and are mandatory for students enrolled in 113A and B. We are now accepting applications for Spring 2018.
SI Leaders are juniors, seniors, and grad students who have excellent critical reading and analytical writing skills, as well as the ability to mentor students, work cooperatively with faculty, and facilitate class activities and discussions. For more information, email Dr. Kellenberger:
Writing Center & Writing Lab
- FRESHMAN LAB TUTOR JOBS: If you are an undergraduate or graduate student (NON-TA) who loves writing and wants to help freshman writers, consider a job as a Writing Lab Tutor. Click here for the application.
- TA-WRITING CENTER CONSULTANT JOBS: If you will hold a TAship in your graduate department in the fall and want more experience working with students one-on-one on writing assignments across the disciplines, consider applying to be a TA Writing Center Consultant. Click here for an application.
- PART-TIME FACULTY WRITING CENTER CONSULTANT JOBS:
The LRC part-time faculty pool application period for the 2018-2019 academic year is now closed. Please check back with us next spring.
Inquiries and applications should be sent to:
Trista Payte, Writing Programs Coordinator of the LRC, Oviatt Library 300D, California State University, Northridge 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91330-8248
Email applications are welcome and encouraged.
**Two letters of recommendation and a writing sample will also be required if not already on file.
Web Content Creator/Computer Technician
No longer accepting the applications for Fall 2018.
In a fast-paced environment, the LRC Computer Tech. maintains computers, servers, and backs up systems, databases, and other technological software and equipment. The LRC Computer Tech. also helps to create and maintain database for statistics and data entry, troubleshoots computer, network, and software errors, and must be competent in graphic design.
Knowledge of standard office equipment (printers, copiers, scanners, etc.) and basic graphic design skills (manipulation of text, shapes, and images in Photoshop and/or graphic design software) are mandatory.
Web Content Creator/ Computer Technician Application (.pdf)