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Our tutors receive extensive training on CWI procedures and tutoring theory and some of this training can be applied towards CRLA certification. The College and Reading & Learning Association is an international group of student-oriented professionals and certification is transferrable and widely recognized at other colleges and universities.
Tutor Applicant Information
Have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 if a student.
Have achieved an “A” or “B” in the course(s) you desire to tutor in or related experience.
Tutor agrees to work a certain number of hours per week (dependent on the subject and type of tutoring) and is available during the designated time to assist students in their course work.
Work up to 19 hours per week
Attend any tutor training and/or meetings set up by the Tutoring Site Supervisors or content area Coordinators.
Maintain attendance statistics pertaining to study sessions or have students log-in.
$10.00/hr. for Tutors and Lab Monitors
$12.50/hr. for Tutor 2
$13.52/hr. for Lead Tutors
Check our our current tutoring openings and fill out an application on CWI Careers for the listing that best suits your skills.
After reviewing your application the Tutor Coordinator will contact you via email or phone. Should a position be available that you qualify for, the Tutor Coordinator will ask you to schedule an interview.