TRiO Tutor Position
Tutors assist TRiO students with learning course material and developing study skills necessary for academic success. Tutors are typically scheduled to work with assigned students on a regular basis. During tutoring sessions, tutors work with students to develop tutorial objectives, learning activities, and enhance student understanding of concepts and skills required by a course. Tutors are required to attend meetings, trainings, and report to the tutor coordinator.
To be considered for a tutoring position, an applicant must:
- Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in the subject area you wish to tutor
- Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA overall
- Exhibit good English skills
- Exhibit strong interpersonal communication skills to clearly express ideas
- Exhibit ability to explain concepts in a variety of ways
- Exhibit patience and understanding in assisting students
- Be sensitive to the individual needs of a wide range of students
- Be available to work the duration of the quarter for which you are applying
Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate:
- Previous tutoring experience
- Previous experience receiving tutoring
- An ability to tutor multiple subjects
- A flexible schedule of availability
- Availability to tutor throughout the academic year
- A minimum 3.5 GPA in the subject area you wish to tutor
Tutors are paid $9.04 per hour. This includes time spent at tutor meetings, trainings, and working with tutees.
- Applications are available at MLT 120
- Completed application packets should include the following materials in the given
- Tutor Application
- A copy of your Unofficial Transcripts
- A Cover Letter addressing how you meet the qualifications in the position description
- A Resume
- Submit completed application packets to Charlotte Emigh at MLT 120
- You may be contacted for an interview if….
- You meet the required qualifications
- There is a need in the subject area for which you are qualified to tutor
- Not all applicants will be interviewed
- If you have questions about the application process contact the academic coordinator at 425.640.1391.