Acceptance in the English graduate program is not a guarantee of a teaching position, but the information below will help improve your chances. A few graduate students from other disciplines are also invited to apply.
The Office of University Writing employs approximately 60 graduate students Fall and Winter semesters to teach Writing 150. Approximately 30 of these are new hires. A few second-year students who have completed an internship may have the opportunity to teach an Advanced Writing cla
Instructors are solely responsible for class instruction, assigning and correcting papers, giving quizzes and exams, and giving a grade for the class at the end of the semester.
Students applying for an instructorship position must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:
Acceptance in a graduate program at BYU
Good writing skills
Hiring for the new school year, Fall and Winter semesters, takes place in Winter semester.
Teaching writing or other professional teaching
Tutoring in Reading/Writing Center or literacy programs or Writing Fellow program
Attend week-long August Workshop
Attend Weekly Instructor Meetings (Fall and Winter semesters–Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.)
Enroll in English 610 (Fall semester only)
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