These are part-time employment opportunities for individuals to tutor students needing additional academic assistance in various subject areas.
This is a great opportunity for individuals to obtain leadership skills, develop strong communication skills, applicable job skills, build a resume, and earn extra money. Additional benefits for student tutors include a flexible on-campus employment and reinforcing of knowledge or skills.
Note: There is no guarantee for continued employment from semester to semester due to the unique demands of the student population. Semester work schedules are determined at the beginning of the semester, but may change once student needs are established.
There are several tutor positions available:
PAL (Peer Assisted Learning) Tutor: Provide tutoring services for students on a walk-in basis and 1:1 appointments in an open lab setting within Academic Services (AS). PAL tutors will work alongside faculty at all times. Tutors might assist with walk-in tutoring services outside of their dedicated content area and may be scheduled at the tutor desk to help with Academic Services intake process.
Casual Call (CC) PAL Tutor: Provide 1:1 tutoring by appointment only. These tutoring sessions will only be in a specified content area.
Supplemental Instruction Leader (SIL): Attend class with students and hold a Supplemental Instruction (SI) session outside of class. SI session is a structured study session using collaborative learning strategies learned through the Peer Tutor training workshop. The SI session is held weekly and integrated into the students’ schedule. SILs will also be given up to 1 hour of collaboration time with their instructor for the course and given prep time to plan appropriate material for the SI session.
Peer Assisted Study Session Leader (PASS Leader): Hold a study session outside of class time. A PASS session is a structured study session using collaborative learning strategies learned through the Peer Tutor training workshop. The PASS session is held at various times during the week to accommodate most students’ schedules based off of student polling results. PASS Leaders will be given up to 1 hour for prep time to plan appropriate material for the PASS session.
All Tutor Responsibilities:
High school diploma or GED required.
These positions are not eligible for benefits.
CVTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the college's non-discrimination policies: Director of Human Resources, 620 W. Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701, 715-833-6334, WI Relay: 711