Course Facilitator

Columbia University - School of Professional StudiesNew York, NY

9 months ago


Job Title

Pre-College Course Facilitator

Job Location

Hybrid remote in New York, NY 10027

Job Overview

The Pre-College Course Facilitator position at the School of Professional Studies supports the Pre-College Programs by assisting instructors in coordinating online classroom logistics and administrative tasks. This role requires proficiency in Canvas document uploads and proofreading student evaluation letters. As a representative of Columbia University, the Pre-College Course Facilitator is also responsible for completing required trainings and adhering to University policy and protocols.


  • Job Types: Temporary, Internship
  • Pay: $22.50 per hour


  • Assist instructors in coordinating online classroom logistics
  • Upload documents to Canvas prior to and during the course
  • Proofread student evaluation letters
  • Adhere to University policy and protocols


  • Proficiency in Canvas document uploads
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to follow University policies and protocols

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Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For New York, NY | $5,639/mo

  • Housing/Rent$3,481

  • Miscellaneous$1,007

  • Food$505

  • Utilities$328

  • Transportation$318


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