Interested in becoming a Peer Learning Facilitator (PLF)?

  •  Highly Competitive Pay­­ – $13-$18/hour
  •  Flexible, Part-Time Student Job – Evening Hours
  •  Convenient Location – Work On-Campus at Covel Commons
  •  Networking Opportunities with UCLA Professors, Staff, and Students
  •  Professional and Academic Growth

Apply Today! 
Application deadline extended! Accepting applications on a rolling basis!

2015-2016 PLF Application
2015-2016 PLF Instructor Recommendation Form
2015-2016 PLF Application: Composition Supplement

Applications may also be picked up at one of the following campus locations:

  •  Athletics Peer Learning Lab (237 Covel Commons)
  •  Athletics Academic & Student Services (127 Morgan Center)
  •  Honors (A311 Murphy Hall)
  •  Division of Undergraduate Education – Personnel office (2340 Murphy Hall)
  •  Academic Counseling – hallway display cabinet (across from A-316 Murphy Hall)

Click here for answers to your frequently asked questions about becoming a PLF

Job Requirements:

  •  Registered undergraduate at UCLA in Fall 2015.
  •  Overall GPA of at least 3.25.
  •  Commitment to work the entire 2015-16 academic year (Fall, Winter and Spring quarter).
  •  Commitment to attend the entire initial training on Monday, 9/21/15, Tuesday, 9/22/15 and Wednesday, 9/23/15 from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm., as well as ongoing trainings scheduled each quarter.
  •  Commitment to maintain a regular work schedule and facilitate weekly peer learning sessions from Weeks 2 – 10 each quarter during  lab hours:  Mondays – Thursdays between 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm.
  •  Willingness to provide all types of peer learning offered through the labs as assigned, including facilitating group, individual, and/or  drop-in appointments and working with the diverse students served by the Athletics Peer Learning Lab.
  •  Commitment to work a minimum of six hours per week.

About Our Services:

The Athletics Peer Learning Lab complements the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. mission of Academic & Student Services by providing an interactive learning environment for student-athletes that emphasizes life-long learning habits, goal setting, teamwork, leadership, and character. The array of services provided is centered on the idea of the self-sufficient, independent learner.

At our lab, undergraduate Peer Learning Facilitators (“tutors”) provide academic guidance for UCLA student-athletes in group and individual peer learning sessions.  The focus of support is lower-division, General Education courses, but learning guidance is also offered for selected introductory math/science courses, academic writing, and occasionally for upper-division courses.  The mission in each peer learning session is to cultivate student-athletes’ learning independence by helping them gain self-awareness of their learning habits, communicate their educational needs, set attainable goals, and develop the skills necessary to meet their personal expectations.

For more information, please contact us at or (310) 206-7526.



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