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Become an SLG Leader
What is an SLG Leader?
Become a Supported Learning Group (SLG) Leader to support your peers in better understanding challenging course content, gaining effective study skills and maximizing their potential for academic success. SLG Leaders are upper-semester students who attend lectures, and then plan and facilitate regularly scheduled study sessions to help better students understand course content.
Build your resumé and gain work experience
Improve communication skills
Network with your faculty
Develop leadership and teamwork skills
Enhance your own knowledge of subject matter
Earn extra money to pay for school ($14.00/hr)
Attend all class meetings of the selected course, take accurate notes and understand all assignments and projects
Plan and facilitate 90-minute small group study sessions throughout the semester
Provide additional SLG sessions as necessary (e.g. prior to quizzes and exams)
Meet with professors periodically
Report immediately to the Group Learning Co-ordinator or Learning Centre Support Officer when a critical issue arises
Attend and participate in SLG Leader meetings as scheduled
Familiarize yourself with campus resources available to students
Submit SLG attendance report bi-weekly to the Group Learning Co-ordinator in the Learning Centre
Help out with tutoring or administrative duties for the Learning Centre
Effective communication skills
GPA of 3.8 or higher in the targeted course(s)
Prior enrollment in the applicable SLG-supported course
Faculty recommendation (content competency) is required
Ability and desire to work with students with diverse backgrounds
Commitment to work the time promised
How to Apply
This is a Seneca co-op opportunity and job openings are posted through Seneca Works. Contact your WIL Co-ordinator assigned to your program for more information.