Becoming a Tutor
The Tutoring and Learning Center is not in need of tutors for the spring 2013 semester. We will be accepting applications and interviewing prospective tutors during the spring 2013 semester to fill any openings for the fall 2013 semester.
Benefits of Being a Tutor at TMCC
- Retain and reinforce your knowledge
- Gain work experience in the field of education
- Help others in an inviting environment
- Have a flexible work schedule
- Earn $9.50 an hour to start, $10.00 with an AA, $10.50 with a BA, $11.50 with an MA
- You must have earned an "A" in the course(s) for which you are applying to become a tutor.
- You must be able to work effectively with a diverse student population, as well as with your peers.
- A strong sense of responsibility is imperative.
- Preference will be given to TMCC student applicants
How to Apply
Turn in a complete application by 4 p.m. on Friday, May 17, 2013. Completed applications can be dropped off in person at the Tutoring and Learning Center, located on the Dandini campus in Vista Building Room 106.
Applications may also be emailed:
- For writing tutor applications: email@example.com
- For all other tutor applications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to submit all of the required materials. A Tutoring and Learning Center Coordinator will contact you only after a complete application has been received and reviewed. If you have not submitted a complete application, you will not be contacted.
A complete application includes all of the following:
- The tutoring application form
- A tutor recommendation form from an instructor in each subject area you wish to tutor.
- A copy of your most recent college transcript (unofficial is acceptable) as verification that you have earned an "A" in the course(s) you wish to tutor.
- A copy of your current C.V. or resume, listing all related education and work experience.
- For writing tutor applicants: you must also present a sample of your writing. Contact the TMCC Writing Center for more information.
Other things to know:
- Tutoring begins the second week of each semester for all subjects except for math and chemistry, which begin the first week of classes.
- All tutors must attend a mandatory orientation, held on the Friday before the semester begins.
- Tutors must attend tutor trainings, held once a month on predetermined Fridays.