To provide academic assistance to students enrolled
in selected courses by offering regularly scheduled out-of-class
study sessions throughout the term; to assist in the collection
and reporting of various data regarding selected courses.
at least 2-3 two-hour study sessions per week throughout
the term using strategies learned through the initial
meet with Coordinator.
observations of the tutor sessions.
the creation and use of CT handouts.
the planning of CT sessions and use a wide variety of the identified
Coordinator in training of other leaders.
course requirements and maintain contact throughout the term with
course professor or designated representative.
extra tutor sessions and/or marathon sessions as necessary
(e.g., prior to major examinations).
handouts for use during tutor sessions, if necessary.
- Meet with
other campus content tutors, SI leaders and supervisory staff at scheduled
duties as assigned by the Director.
necessary personal paperwork.
initial training prior to the beginning of each term.
- Work with
the Coordinator to select appropriate times and scheduling of tutor
- Make periodic
announcements about the availability of the tutor sessions to the
that midterm Feedback Survey and End-of-Course surveys are distributed
and assist in data analysis.
attendance data for every tutor session, including student names,
WIN numbers, course title, date, and time of session.
a professional attitude about matters such as class standards, grades,
and student complaints.
appropriate professional attitudes and behaviors to staff, students
and to others on and off campus.
your Coordinator with an up-to-date schedule of your tutor sessions.
your Coordinator in advance if you cannot conduct a session as scheduled.
regular working hours.
or senior standing.
- An overall
GPA of 4.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is preferred.
- A grade
of 4.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in the selected courses is preferred.
competency is required.
- Good interpersonal
and communications skills (to be determined by the Coordinator) are
Information Break Down
commitment: 6 – 7 hours per week
to three two-hour sessions per week
time for each session
meetings (biweekly SI/CT training meetings)
exam review sessions or special projects
- Pay rate: