The Undergraduate Chemistry Office is looking for students who can assist with exam proctoring for undergraduate chemistry courses. Earn $10/hr! Interested? Apply to Job #87008 on psu.jobs. Notify Lacy Miller (email@example.com) once you have submitted your application.
NOTE: Cover letters and resumes are NOT needed for this job position.
Fall 2019 registration is still going on. If you need assistance getting into a class that is full, please contact the undergraduate office at (814) 865-9391.
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