Program Info

Employment Opportunities

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader

Supplemental instructors are excellent students with successful study habits and a desire to help other students learn these skills and achieve academic success.  Supplemental Instruction Leaders provide two to three study sessions per week for 100- and 200-level courses. They attend class sessions, read assignments, and take notes and work closely with the course professor to develop strategies to assist student understanding. If you are interested in being part of our team as an SI please click here to send us an email or consult the Holman Success Center's website click here, or find an application here.


The CSIE Program supports upper division STEM majors who tutor CSIE and other students in science and mathematics. Join the Holman Success Center (HSC) staff and receive critical training to assess needs, identify learning strategies, and provide positive assistance and feedback to EMU students. Some of the benefits for the individual tutor position include: developing self confidence by gaining mastery in a subject and reinforcing good communication skills while sharing your enthusiasm for your subject.  In addition to these benefits, there is an excellent chance for you to work 10 or more hours a week providing an important service at a competitive wage.  Tutors must have a 3.0 or higher GPA, and they must have received a B+ or better in the courses they tutor.  To apply, visit the Holman Success Center website at or find an application form here

First-Year Mentor

The First-Year Mentor Program, a person-to-person support system between first-year students (mentees) and upper-class students (Mentors). Mentors are happy to drop the inside scoop on college survival skills like finding a great place to study, how to meet new people, and juggling the academic and social parts of college. Mentors have the opportunity to participate in service-learning, social, and academic events across campus and in the community. Mentors serve during the Fall semester. Mentors are recruited and selected from January through the start of Fall semester.
Mentors are asked:

  • to attend (1) 2 hour training session during the Fall semester, usually held during the first week of classes.
  • communicate with your mentee at least one hour per week, either through a one-on-one interaction or through First-Year Mentor Program sponsored activities.

To find out more visit: FyMp or Email:

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