opportunities

Opportunities

Student Opportunities

University Writing supports writing across Auburn, and we value hiring students from all disciplines and backgrounds. We are especially interested in employing students who have unique skills and experiences related to language and communication, such as students who speak multiple languages, students who identify as strong writers or strong learners, and students who have experience writing in a range of disciplines.

Graduate Program Assistants

University Writing offers full-time program assistantships that include a monthly stipend and full tuition remission. Graduate Program Assistants serve clients in the Miller Writing Center, facilitate workshops, develop teaching materials, assist with administrative tasks, and implement additional projects that align with their professional goals. 

We currently do not have any openings for this position.

The position description is available in two formats:

MWC Peer Consultants

Miller Writing Center peer consultants are the primary providers of support to student writing at Auburn University. Peer consultants assist clients with writing projects through one-on-one and small group tutoring sessions. 

Applications for an August 2023 start date will open in January 2023.

The position description and application directions are available in two formats:

MWC Front Desk Representatives

Front desk representatives (FDRs) assist with daily operations and provide administrative support to the Miller Writing Center at Auburn University.  

We are hiring! Applications are due on July 15 for an August 2022 start date. 

The position description and application directions are available in two formats:

Undergraduate Program Assistants

Undergraduate Program Assistants provide administrative and clerical support for the many projects and activities of University Writing, which will likely include moderating weekly workshops, writing correspondence, and managing information about the office’s programs.

We currently do not have any openings for this position.

Contact University Writing with questions.

Student Awards

The Outstanding ePortfolio Award recognizes exceptional professional ePortfolios created by Auburn University students. Faculty and staff members are invited to nominate up to two students who have created distinguished ePortfolios. Students may also nominate themselves.

Nominations are due in March and should be submitted through this Qualtrics survey. Winners will be honored in May.

The call for nominations is available in two formats:

Last updated: 06/23/2022