Peer Instructors are successful sophomore, junior, and senior students who are interested in helping new students transition to Illinois State. The primary responsibility of a Peer Instructor is to help with a section of LinC, an 8-week seminar designed to assist freshmen in their transition to Illinois State by providing tools to help them succeed. The focus of the course remains on three major themes: transition to the university, major and career exploration as well as civic engagement.
Peer Instructors assist an instructor with planning course activities, facilitating class discussions, and providing information to students on a peer level. Peer Instructors also serve as mentors and role models. The role of a Peer Instructor is both an honor and a rewarding opportunity for professional and personal growth!
The LinC Peer Instructor position is a paid position!
Please contact Lisa Lawless at (309) 438-7100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.