Desperately Seeking Tutors!

The Learning Cooperative hires, trains, and pays undergraduate students to be peer tutors for other undergraduate students in lower division/entry-level/first-year courses in any subject area. Big demand areas are: MATH, SCIENCE and FOREIGN LANGUAGE, but tutors are needed in every imaginable subject area. Just fill out some paperwork, get a written recommendation from your professor, attend an orientation and some required training, and you’ll earn $7.50 per hour to start- $8.00 per hour if you are receiving a work-study grant- for all tutoring and training. After accumulating enough training and tutoring hours, you qualify for national certification as a tutor, and you receive a $1.00 per hour pay raise. Tutoring sessions are one-on-one, by appointment only, typically last an hour, and are held on campus at convenient times and places agreeable to both the tutor and the tutee. To learn more about this fantastic learning program (and a great way to make some extra cash!), contact Dave DiElsi, Subject-Area Tutor Coordinator at 656-7964 ([email protected]) to register to attend a Tutor Orientation Session, scheduled to be held in Living/Learning Commons Room 216 from 4:30-6:30pm on Sunday, October 26th.New Tutors are always needed for:Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Accounting, Economics, Anatomy & Physics, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Political Science, Sociology, History, Psychology, Religion, Philosophy, MusicNew Tutors are ESPECIALLY needed for:Accounting 60, 61, 65, 180 Physics 11,12, 31, 42; Music 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Biology 3, 4, 6, 102; Communication Sciences 101; Nutrition and Food Sciences 43, 143 Sociology 1; Philosophy 1, 3, 4, 13; Environmental Studies 1; Math 52; Psychology 1, 109, 110 Dental Hygiene 1, 2, 11, 12 Religion 12