|Hours a Week||Maximum of 5hr/week||Hours||TBD|
|Start Date||Variable||Post Date||8/14/2014|
CSTEP tutoring services is committed in helping our students develop and enhance fundamental skills necessary to succeed academically. We accomplish this by: • Working with students to identify academic concerns and apply successful strategies for note-taking, time-management, study skills, test-taking skills. • To proactively incite students’ development of critical thinking, problem solving, and study skills about course content and assess understanding through dialogue and guided practice and apply them independently.
• CSTEP tutors are leaders and role models. Tutors are not experts and do not replace time in the classroom or faculty office hours. They are, however, expected to help provide the students with a better understanding of the subject and to help discover and remedy the cause of the difficulty. Tutors consistently engage students in discussions that help students clarify problems, help with test-prep, study skills, and time-management, and offer a variety of strategies to maintain academic success; it is not intended to serve as crisis management. The Tutor’s role is to continually work to reinforce knowledge of content, attend training sessions, and actively utilize successful tutoring strategies to help students succeed. This position is based on student demand, therefore is no guarantee of consistent hours. However, tutors must not exceed 5 hours a week of tutoring work for the semester and all tutoring must take place on campus. Key Responsibilities - Academic 1. Uphold our mission and maintain a professional and patient demeanor 2. Create a positive learning environment and encourage independent learning by helping students identify problem areas and giving them opportunities to practice and build knowledge 3. Maintain knowledge of subjects by reviewing content periodically 4. Attend in-person training sessions to master tutoring techniques -- each semester we provide training for new and returning tutors. Training is a great way for us to share our experience, offer best practices, reflect and prepare for the upcoming semester, and get to know each other. 5. Maintain confidentiality
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIRED. Other Minimum Requirements: • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 • A "B" or higher in the course(s) you wish to tutor • Currently enrolled at Rochester Institute of Technology • A willingness to help others and strong work ethic • Providing the conditions in which someone can learn is our primary goal and it takes skill and dedication Letter of reference from course instructor requested.
|To Apply Contact:||Charlene Reagan|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||CSTEP - Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program|
|Wage||$10||Days||Sun - Fri|
|Hours a Week||7-12||Hours||Varies|
|Start Date||8/24/14||Post Date||7/29/2014|
SI Leaders are model undergraduate students, who plan and facilitate two weekly peer-led study sessions for students enrolled in a supported section of a historically difficult course. TO APPLY, CANDIDATES MUST COMPLETE A WRITTEN APPLICATION, WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT: to http://www.rit.edu/studentaffairs/asc/student-employment.php
Attend all class meetings for the assigned course section; Plan and facilitate two weekly study sessions; Maintain attendance records for each session; Attend weekly SI Leader training; Communicate clearly with the SI Supervisor and course faculty regarding session plans and student progress. A typical work week involves: 4 to 8 hours attending class; 1 hour for planning sessions; 2 hours facilitating SI sessions; 1 hour for SI Leader training
SI Leaders are undergraduate students who have excellent listening, administrative and organizational skills, a proven track record of outstanding class attendance and performance, and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, staff, and faculty.
|To Apply Contact:||Wendy Gilmore|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|email@example.com||Department||SI Program, ASC|
|Hours a Week||Available at least 4 hrs/week||Hours||7am-10pm|
|Start Date||Fall semester||Post Date||7/28/2014|
The HEOP program is a New York State funded program committed to the recruitment and academic success of students who would otherwise be excluded from higher education due to academic and economic disadvantage. HEOP provides academic support, financial assistance, and advocacy for eligible students. We are looking for motivated and academically focused students who would like to tutor HEOP students one-on-one in various undergraduate courses.
The ability to demonstrate strong knowledge in the subjects requested, communicate well with underrepresented populations, manage time efficiently, and work independently. Must demonstrate patience and be able to work in a supportive environment through careful guidance. Must be willing to adapt to programmatic changes as they occur including re-assignments and other issues as they arise. Must be responsible, punctual and be able to work at least 4 hour per week. Must complete and submit weekly timesheets and use the Kronos system.
-Full-time undergraduate RIT student. -At least 3.0 cumulate GPA. -Must have earned in A in course(s) wanting to tutor. -Must have taken courses at RIT. -Complete and submit tutor application form. -Interview with Tutor Coordinator -Attend information sessions and/or meetings as scheduled by Tutor Coordinator.
Prior tutor experience, especially with underrepresented populations. 2nd year status or higher preferred. Strong desire to hire students who have taken: math (calculus sequence, data analysis), science (biology, chemistry, physics sequence), programming (JAVA, C++), business related courses (financial accounting, macro/microeconomics), and upper level engineering courses.
|To Apply Contact:||Jo Cone|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||Higher Education Opportunity Program|