The Math Learning Center employs a variety of tutor positions as described below:

**MLC Classroom Peer Mentors** are assigned to one (or more) of the following precalculus-level courses: Math 096, 112, 113, or 141. Tutors in this role must attend *all classes* for the course(s) to which they are assigned. Classroom Peer Mentors provide support for the students enrolled in the course *during classtime, *typically during group work class activities. Note that the Math 141 Classroom Peer Mentors typically hold a few “office hours” each week for additional student support. We seek patient, supportive “teachers” who enjoy precalculus-level topics and can break down ideas simply for students.

**MLC Drop-in Tutors** provide tutoring support for students in pre-calculus and calculus courses – Math 96, 112, 113, 114, 171, 211, 213, 221, 222, and 234. Tutors are expected to be able to answer questions on a large number of topics and often need to switch from course to course throughout their shifts. We do hire some tutors in this role who have not taken Math 234. There will always be some Math 234 “specialists” available for students seeking help with this course. Students coming into the MLC for drop-in support often need help with course content, homework, or sometimes just study skills techniques. We seek enthusiastic and outgoing Mathematics “generalists” who love algebra and calculus for this role.

**MLC Proof Table Leaders **are undergraduate students who have taken advanced mathematics course work, preferably including multiple proof-based courses such as 521 or 541. The Proof Table is a place for students in math courses 300 and above to get together and work on homework as a group. The Proof Table Leaders provide support in successfully navigating proof-based mathematics course. We seek advanced mathematics students who enjoy thinking about logical arguments and writing mathematical proofs.

**MLC Course Assistants **are specialists in particular middle and upper-level mathematics courses. The MLC Course Assistant program provides extra office hours for students to get help with their middle or upper-level mathematics course content and with homework problems. To be an MLC Course Assistant, you must be an undergraduate student who has successfully completed the course and you must be very comfortable with accurately discussing the course content with students having difficulties with the material. Note that you *may not* also be a grader for your assigned course.

The Math Learning Center is not accepting applications at this time. We expect that we may have openings in August for Classroom Peer Mentor positions. In this case, the position will be posted in early August on UW Student Jobs. This page will be updated to reflect MLC openings.