Our Peer Writing Assistants (WAs) are undergraduate and graduate students who:
Becoming a Peer Writing Assistant offers many valuable, far-reaching benefits. It's more than a job; it's an experience. Along with an hourly wage and the convenience of on-campus employment, working in Writing Services can be a great addition to your résumé and can make you more marketable. Whether you plan to continue your education after Monmouth or make your mark in the professional world, the teaching and mentoring skills you learn as a WA will help further your goals.
As a Writing Assistant, you'll develop and strengthen:
Undergraduate Writing Assistants must:
Graduate Writing Assistants must:
Writing Assistants are trained through a ten-hour module that unfolds over the length of the first semester. WAs must complete this training to be considered for continued employment in the following semester. Attendance at roundtables and workshops is noted in each WA's personnel file and contributes to his/her continuing education, as well as to the degree of responsibility with which the WA is entrusted.
Are you interested in joining the Writing Services family? Apply now.