FYLI development leaders are eligible for one stipend during the time they are working on certification (typically, one semester or summer), and one stipend during the first semester the course is delivered as a FYLI-certified course. Stipending arrangements will vary according to individual contracts and are subject to availability of funds; please email the FYLI co-chairs, Blase.Scarnati@nau.edu and Michelle.Miller@nau.edu, for details.
FYLI courses may also receive funding for one undergraduate peer TA per section after the course is FYLI certified. Peer TAs may be any full-time undergraduate student of your choosing, and may be deployed in a range of duties including but not limited to helping facilitate in-class group work, managing class participation points, leading study sessions, and holding office hours.
More information about being a Peer TA, how to apply and the application request form can be found here: Peer TA Application