Each fall, IUPUI undergraduate students accepted into the Writing Fellows program enroll in ENG-W496, the Consultant Training Seminar. Over the course of the semester, fledgling consultants interact with UWC staff, learn the day-to-day operations of the UWC, and begin working with students. Each student who successfully earns a grade of "A" in ENG-W496, and who completes his or her in-house training, may then become a paid UWC employee at the beginning of the following spring semester.
This year, the UWC is actively recruiting graduate students as well. Graduate students in the IUPUI English Department may be eligible for a brief internship and tutoring position in the UWC. For more information about the Graduate Consulting Program, see the Information Sheet and Application below.
Why Do It?
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Current and former fellows tell about their experiences participating in the seminar, and working as writing consultants at the IUPUI UWC.
"Undergraduate Writing Fellows Application and Information Sheet"
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The first two pages of this document are the application. Page three of the document explains the eligibility requirements for working in the IUPUI UWC and the benefits of becoming a student consultant, as well as the application and training processes. Complete and submit this document when you’re ready to begin the process of becoming an IUPUI UWC writing consultant!
Graduate Consultant Application and Information Sheet"
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This document explains the requirements for working in the IUPUI UWC and the benefits of becoming a graduate consultant, as well as the application process. Complete and submit this document when you’re ready to begin the process of becoming an IUPUI UWC graduate consultant!
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