Looking for a few Good Tutors
Apply today. You will need two forms of valid ID, one photo ID, and the other a government-issued ID.
Will be the duration of the semester, hours will be online, by appointment, and during scheduled google meet days.
Will need tutors in the area of expertise, in math tutors (algebra, calculus, stats, pre-algebra) reading (speech, literacy) writing (argumentative, research, APA, MLA formats) and English (Grammar-based, mixed skills, exam prep).
A resume is not required but will be accepted.
Looking to fill the following positions:
Two math tutors, one in reading, one in writing and one in English.
Hourly wage $15.00 per hour, for an average of 25 hours a week.
Supervisor: Gerald Last Star, firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial aid Contact: Desiree Brown-Lopez, email@example.com
Application open: January 19, 2021
Last day to accept applications: February 12, 2021
What does a Tutor do?
A Tutor will help student’s complete assignments, develop relevant skills and better understand the curriculum outside the classroom. Tutors work one-on-one with students while others teach a small group during a scheduled tutoring session. They usually work with specific students to improve their academic outcomes, but Tutors can assist all students in a variety of subjects. They usually specialize in a particular subject or range of topics. A tutor will be providing valuable help that complements in-classroom instruction and promotes ongoing learning and self-confidence.