Lab Instructor Application
Training for new IAs will be Friday January 20th from 1:00 - 5:00 PM in CHEM 304.
If no, please have your I-9 documentation (birth certificate, passport, social security card etc.) in your possession when you fill out the paperwork for hire in the chemistry office. If you do not have this documentation, you will not be able to complete the paperwork and will therefore be ineligible to TA until it is provided.
Undergraduate students: If at anytime you hold more that one position on campus, you are restricted to 25 hours per week cumulative of all positions while you are taking classes.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Courses Taken
Chemistry and Biochemistry Courses Taught
List the labs you are willing to teach in order of preference
For each day of the week, please list all times other than class that you are NOT available.
Please DO NOT include the times that you are in class.
Your most current class schedule from SSB will be used at the time of scheduling.
- Fill in the top part of the reference form and give to a Chemistry & Biochemistry faculty member
- Return it to Dr. Chris Dorsey via the department office or email it to email@example.com
IA Reference Form
Graduate, MSEC and returning IAs DO NOT need to submit this form.
You may submit this application after checking to insure all the information has been entered correctly and completely.
Undergraduate students taking classes may only work 25 hours per week or 40 hours per week if not taking classes. This is cummulative of all campus jobs. By submission of this electronic application, I declare that I will abide by this rule.
Questions or Concerns
Any questions you might have can be emailed to Dr. Chris Dorsey, firstname.lastname@example.org.