SCAA Now Hiring Math Tutors for Winter 2017!

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Submit your completed application and additional documents to Ariel Li (qing.li@csueastbay.edu) by November 21, 2016. You will be contacted if selected for an interview.

Math & Statistics Tutor Responsibilities:

  • Commit to 10 tutoring hours of availability per week by working with our students in courses from remedial math and/or introductory statistics to calculus. Although the minimum qualification is a strong background in math up to calculus, we prioritize hiring tutors that can work with students in more advance math courses.
  • Participate in an intensive orientation at the beginning of the Fall Quarter and attend
    monthly staff meetings and ongoing training activities throughout the year
  • Develop resources (videos, handouts, workshops, etc.) according to CSUEB student needs
  • Use talents to assist in SCAA’s development and operations in areas such as outreach, training, our eTutoring program, etc.

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled as a sophomore, junior, senior or grad student at CSUEB for the 16-17 academic year
  • Must have availability for consistent working hours and regular meetings for a maximum of 20 hours a week
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0
  • A developing knowledge of tutoring approaches and an awareness of content resource materials
  • An ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in individual or group settings
  • An interest in taking GS4010: Approaches to Tutoring for Learning (Winter Quarter)
  • A completed application (attached) with a brief recommendation by a professor (form provided in application).

Pay Rates and Other Perks:

  • Tutors are paid $13.00 an hour, with the opportunity for raises with each academic year you are a math/stats tutor
  • Tutors are paid for all activities outlined in the “Math Tutor Responsibilities” section
  • Tutors who complete all their training requirements will receive a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Internationally Certified Level One Tutor credential
  • Tutors become a part of the SCAA Learning Community, a group of passionate and fun peers, and are invited to several SCAA social activities. Tutors also develop professional skills transferrable to future careers, including communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.