Assistant Learning Specialist Program
Assistant Learning Specialist Positions
As a crucial component to the Directed Studies staff, Assistant Learning Specialists (ALS) primarily work with student-athletes who have learning differences or other academically related needs. Some of the tasks which the ALS staff may assist student-athletes with include, but aren’t limited to: writing, reading, time management skills, organizational skills, note-taking skills and test preparation. The overall goal is to implement a routine to assist in developing student accountability and ultimately guide the student-athlete into becoming a self-regulated learner.
Become an Assistant Learning Specialist (ALS):
- Position Description – Assistant Learning Specialist
To apply for an ALS position or if you have any questions, contact Cory Buckner (213-740-2018 or firstname.lastname@example.org). The following information will need to be e-mailed to Cory as part of your application packet:
- Letter of interest
- Academic Transcripts
- One letter of reference
Application materials are reviewed, and qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview. References are required and will be contacted for applicants who meet the qualifications and would make a good addition to the Directed Studies staff.