LAC Computer Lab

Students utilizing computer resources at the Learning Assistance Center Computer Lab

"What is the best resource at City?  The LAC open-access Computer Lab.  With the help of experienced friendly tutors, students can improve their computer skills while completing their assignments or checking their e-mail. Because it is located within the Rosenberg Library, it is extremely easy to access and the fees are paid as part of the registration process!" Bob Miller, student

The LAC Computer Lab is City College of San Francisco's largest open-access computer lab provides free computer access for all registered CCSF students and is located in the Learning Assistance Center, Room 207, on the 2nd floor of the Rosenberg Library.


Computer Lab Assistant Job Description

Lab assistant’s responsibilities in the Learning Assistance Center Computer Labs include: registering first time students in the lab, assigning students to appropriate computer stations; tutoring basic hardware and software operations so the students may effectively use computers for their academic success, and providing general orientation to the students about Learning Assistance Center related services.
This is a part-time position with a maximum of 15 hours per week. Competitive salary of $14/hour and a flexible schedule to balance responsibilities.


Computer Lab Assistant Qualifications

All Computer Lab Assistant applicants should meet the minimum qualifications below:

  • Current student enrolled at CCSF for the minimum of 6 units/semester (international students need to review SHEP requirements)
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Reliable and able to support the philosophy and mission of the Learning Assistance Center.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work well with and support diverse student population at CCSF.
  • Will be required to take an assessment test.
  • Will be required to participate in the Computer Lab Assistant training session.


Computer Lab Assistant Application Process

  • All applicants for student worker positions must complete the “Student Hiring Eligibility Process” (SHEP) prior to their first day of work. The LAC cannot hire you until you have completed this process and we encourage you to begin this process early as it takes time.
  • Complete online application: LAC Employment Application. You may also inquire for the paper copies of application at the LAC Computer Lab Counter if needed.
  • If you submitted your online application then you will be contacted by the Computer Lab Manager who will schedule  a computer test and then a possible interview for you.