Academic Support Services hires students as peer tutors and computer lab assistants. These are paid student assistant or college work study positions. Students may work from 4 – 15 hours per week and are paid minimum wage.
Being a tutor has many benefits including:
- Development of tutoring, interpersonal, and employment skills
- Reinforcement of subject area knowledge
- Ability to work a flexible on-campus schedule
- Opportunity to meet new people
- Satisfaction of helping others achieve their academic goals
- On-the-job experience in a learning environment
- JCC student enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
- Subject area knowledge demonstrated by a minimum 3.25 GPA in the subject area and a 3.0 overall GPA
- Excellent communication skills
- Faculty recommendation
- Completion of tutor or computer lab assistant application (Main Street)
- Interview with coordinator
- Completion of student employment packet
For more information about becoming a tutor, contact Kaye Young at Main Street or Beth Lisi at LACC.