Work With Us

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The heart of the SCAA’s work is a dedicated staff of student employees who serve as "peer" educators. The SCAA employs individuals who are interested in helping their peers engage in life-long learning; possess patience and good communication skills; are sensitive to diverse student needs; are reliable, committed, and accountable; are willing to creatively and collaboratively contribute to the advancement of the SCAA; and are interested in being a part of a community that is passionate about student success.

If you are interested in working for the SCAA, please select the icons below for more information. We have an array of opportunities for CSU East Bay students to serve as Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders, Subject Tutors (Math/Stats and Sciences), Writing Tutors, Writing Associates (WA), and Peer Academic Coaches (PACs). Each position has a unique set of expectations in addition to common SCAA Learning Community guidelines. The SCAA utilizes a "common application" (one link) for all positions.

SCAA Peer Leadership Updates

Our application for 2024-2025 AY positions is LIVE! The priority application window is March 1st through April 15th. We recommend viewing the position descriptions linked below before applying through our common application.

  • Peer Academic Coaching - no longer accepting applications for 2024-2025 AY
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI) - now hiring for 2024-2025 positions
  • Subject Tutoring - now hiring for 2024-2025 positions
  • Writing Tutoring - now hiring for 2024-2025 positions
  • Writing Associates (WA) - now hiring for 2024-2025 positions

Webpage updated 3.1.2024

For Faculty/Staff Members:

Each semester the SCAA recruits and hires currently-enrolled undergraduate/graduate students from the CSUEB community who exhibit a passion for helping fellow students (all positions) and a strong grasp of course content (Peer Tutors/SI Leaders).

Please use the SCAA Student Employment Nomination/Recommendation Form to nominate or recommend students for SCAA student employment opportunities.

  • What's the difference between a nomination and a recommendation?
    • Nominations: for students who (to your knowledge) have not yet applied for a SCAA position
    • Recommendations: for students who have applied to a SCAA position and have directly requested a recommendation from you
    • More information available within the form linked above