Dear Prospective Tutor
Thank you for your interest in working with the Learning Assistance Center (LAC). The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) hires students who have demonstrated academic excellence, a desire for helping their peers, and who have great interpersonal skills and attention to detail.
Before completing an application, please read the following page thoroughly, and be sure to check out the disciplines we provide tutoring for, by clicking here.
All applications are screened for eligibility. Students who do not meet the current employment requirements will be notified via e-mail. Students who pass the initial screening process will be placed in our applicant pool for two academic semesters. Because hiring takes place based on need, there may not be an opening at the time of your application. Should a need arise in the field that you have applied for, you may be contacted for an interview.
Requirements for consideration include:
- Minimum overall GPA of 3.0
- Minimum grade of "B+" in the course(s) tutoring will occur in
- One Faculty recommendation per discipline. Applicants will NOT be contacted for interviews until at least one recommendation is received.
- Minimum availability of 5 hours per week
- Attendance at paid training
Students hired as tutors with the LAC are required to attend a minimum of 10 paid training sessions sponsored by the Student Success Center (SSC). Training sessions are offered on either Mondays from 4-5pm or Tuesdays from 5-6pm. Should you accept a position with our program, more information about these sessions will be provided to you. Training requirements are subject to change.
Starting Salaries for Tutors
|Professional Nursing Tutors (B.S.)||$25.00/hr|
|Graduate Students in MSN, Nurse Education, Nurse Anesthesia||$35.00/hr|
Tutoring hours are flexible and are arranged by the tutor and the student.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions or concerns at (336) 334-3878 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once again, we appreciate your interest in the Learning Assistance Center. Thank you for your time.