The student employees of the Learning Assistance Center help CSULB students on their academic journeys. They facilitate learning, help students build knowledge, and build their own professional experience. Every position in the LAC offers an opportunity to work with a multitude of student populations, and serve the greater purpose of enhancing student success on campus.
Working at the LAC is rewarding and looks great on a resume. As a student, you may work up to 20 hours a week on campus, and may be employed by more than one program if you meet all the qualifications.
- Practice and improve your oral and written communication skills in a professional setting.
- Gain practical and independent experience with professional applications in a diverse work environment.
- Network and build relationships with peers, faculty, staff, and other CSULB campus entities.
- Gain mastery and deeper understanding of various academic disciplines.
- Professional development and training offered.
- Flexible hours (may vary by program).
- Interactive, energetic learning environment.
- Rate of Pay: varies by program
If you have questions about a position after reviewing the minimum and position-specific qualifications, please contact the program coordinator.
- Current undergraduate/graduate CSULB student enrolled in at least 6 units.
(Graduate students enrolled in GS-700 may also apply.)
- Cumulative 3.0 GPA.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Program and position-specific information is available:
- Content-Specific Tutor (pdf)
- Supplemental Instruction Leader (pdf)
- ESL Specialist (pdf)
- Front Desk Student Assistant/Receptionist (not currently accepting applications)
- Learning Skills Graduate Assistant (pdf - not currently accepting applications)
- Conversation Lab Volunteer (description coming soon)
Pursuant to Executive Order 1096 and 1097, California State University does not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity, color, creed, nationality, disability, medical condition, genetic information, gender/sex (including gender identity and gender expression), marital status, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, as well as Veteran Status in its programs and activities, including admission and access.