Project PASS has many student positions, both paid and volunteer. The majority of our recruitment occurs at the end of the Spring semester, for work in the following academic year. Please read the snippet of information below, review the job description and application, and email the listed designee if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
PAL Facilitators are student leaders of our Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) courses. PAL courses have curricular structure that encourages cross-year support between students in science and math gateway courses. PAL courses encourages students to support each other and to learn co-operatively under the guidance of trained students, called PAL Facilitators, who have successfully completed the same course.
For more information please contact Jen Lundmark at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for the PAL Facilitator application -
(PAL Facilitators are hired every spring for the following academic year)
PASS Student Advisor
PASS Student Advisors are trained advisors who assist students enrolled in STEM gateway courses who have been identified by the course instructor as currently being “at risk” for poor academic success in the class. The PASS Student Advisor will work individually with each student referred to the program to discuss their currently situation and to collaboratively create an individualized academic success plan. PASS Student Advisors will refer students to campus resources and provide practical information such as how to complete remediation requirements, preparatory coursework for specific courses and STEM majors, meet unit requirements and make grade point calculations.
Currently PASS Advisors advise for CHEM 4, CHEM 1A, MATH 29 and MATH 30 courses.
For more information please contact Tina Souza at email@example.com
Click here for the PASS Student Advisor application