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Here you will find information on the requirements for tutoring, as well as an application packet.
Last Updated: May 26, 2011 URL: http://library.ship.edu/becomeatutor Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts
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The perks of being a tutor

-Work right on campus!

-Flexible hours

-Paid and volunteer positions available

-Work 3-10 hours per week

-Meet new people every day!

-Work in a fun and relaxed environment

-Gain valuable work experience

-Add to your resume

-Brush up on your own understanding of subjects

-Work with other motivated students

-Help others achieve their goals

 

Application Packet

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please read the information found below carefully. If you feel that you are qualified for the position of Peer Tutor and would like to apply, please fill out the application pack in its entirety (including recommendations from faculty) and return it to the Learning Center for consideration. If we feel that you are well qualified to become a tutor, we will arrange for an in-person interview. Thank you for considering a position with the Learning Center!

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To make a tutoring appointment, or to speak with the Learning Center staff, call 717-477-1420. You can also visit us in the Ezra Lehman Library.
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