How to Become a Tutor
What is a Peer Tutor?
In the broadest sense, a tutor's job is to help fellow students understand what you have already succeeded in learning, using your previous classroom and academic experiences as a foundation. This is a learning experience for both tutor and student, as both individuals discover different ways of problem solving through collaboration. It is an excellent way to share ideas, but it is imperative to keep in mind that it is a two-way street. You are venturing into a job that will benefit your classmates and you.
Benefits to Becoming a Tutor
- Help other students achieve academic success
- Meet GREAT people
- Build your resume
- Reinforce material you've learned & hone your own study skills
- Earn money ($10/hour)
- Be currently enrolled at Jacksonville University
- Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above
- Maintain a B average or higher in courses tutoring
- Display enthusiasm for learning
- Demonstrate strong knowledge of tutored subject matter
- Show a deep desire to help others with their learning process
- Punctuality, generosity, flexibility, personal organization
- Have great initiative and a strong work ethic
- Demonstrate reliability and punctuality
How to Apply
We are now hiring tutors for the 2020-2021 academic year. Application information and materials can be found below.
If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Loon, Associate Director of Academic Support, at (904) 256-7680 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.