(The Tutorial Center has no open positions at this time)
Interested in Getting a Job as a Student Tutor?
If you meet the requirements below, you can work and get paid as a student tutor. Tutorial sessions are one-hour weekly one-on-one appointments that continue throughout the semester. Some student tutors may also be assigned to the Drop-in Math, Chemistry, and Physics Lab.
All students must have a thorough understanding of the subject matter they wish to tutor, demonstrated responsibility and dependability, and a desire to help other students achieve their academic goals.
If you would like to apply for a student tutor position, you must:
- have passed the class you wish to tutor with a grade of A or B
- be taking a minimum of 6 units each semester you wish to tutor (International Students need to be taking 12 units ); for summer session, all students need to be taking at least 3 units
If you fulfill the above requirements, the first steps are to:
- Fill out an eligibility application with Career Hub.
- Go to the Online Job Board, JobSpeaker, on the Career Hub website and apply for the specific Tutorial Center tutoring job you are interested in.
- Request that your Instructor fill out the Instructor’s Tutor Recommendation Form
- Fill out the New Tutor Application Form
What happens after the initial steps above?
- After the Tutorial Center receives the JobSpeaker Application, Instructor’s Tutor Recommendation Form and the New Tutor Application Form, prospective applicants will be updated and sent information regarding an interview with the director.
- If hired, the student will be directed to Career Hub to fill out a hiring packet.
- The Tutorial Center awaits Career Hub’s official employment clearance.
- After employment clearance, the tutor is contacted to start working and is scheduled to take part in a Tutor Orientation.
Contact the Santa Rosa Tutorial Center (707-527-4491) or Petaluma Tutorial Center (707-778-2409) for more information.