Are you an undergraduate student looking to develop important academic and transferable skills? Then apply for a paid opportunity to work with a course instructor to help instructors prepare their online courses for the winter 2021 term Students as Partners Program (SaPP).
Projects could include contributing to curriculum development, researching materials and media, or helping to design course materials.
New this year, SaPP students will have the option to participate in the Future Skills Innovation Network (FUSION) project to further develop their academic and professional skills. For more information, please visit Carleton’s FUSION website. Students will receive 10 hours of paid experience ($15/h) on top of the SaPP hours. The 10 hours will be paid by Teaching and Learning Services.
The deadline to apply is extended to September 25. For more information, please visit the Discovery Centre website.
If you have any questions, please send them to Aleksandra Minic, Discovery Centre Coordinator.
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