Becoming a CTS Tutor  


Learning Center
Carnahan-Jackson Center
Reed Library, Fourth Floor
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: (716) 673-3550
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Interested in Applying?

The Learning Center hires tutors each spring to tutor the following academic year. Tutor applications may be obtained at the Learning Center, 4th floor Reed Library, or you may download one from this web site. See links below.

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION

Download application (Word doc file).

Download application (Acrobat Reader pdf file) Adobe Reader

Applications also available:
* Learning Center, 4th Floor Reed Library
* EDP Office, E284 Thompson Hall

IMPORTANT! CTS tutors are hired for the full academic year i.e. Fall 2014 - Spring 2015.

Tutors are hired for most academic areas, including:

Accounting/Business

Computer Science

Chemistry

Economics

Physics

Mathematics

Languages

Social Sciences

Statistics

English/Writing
(English 455 required, for details contact the Learning Center.)  

Tutors Wanted Flyer

  Tutoring Is...

  • a great way to broaden your understanding of your major.
  • a paid position of at least minimum wage.
  • a job where you help schedule your hours. Tutors work from two to ten hours per week.
  • done both in the Learning Center (drop-in tutees) and for the EDP, DSS and FOP programs (assigned tutees). All tutors agree to do both.
  • a terrific credential for both job hunting and graduate school. rewarding beyond the pay because genuinely helping someone else is very satisfying.
  • a job for which tutors receive training and professional development. Our tutor training program has received national recognition. You'll enjoy being part of this special group of responsible and caring people.
  • a job where maturity counts. Tutors largely supervise themselves, help train new tutors, and contribute to the design and function of the programs.
  • receiving increasing respect from both faculty and students as an important component of anyone's education.
  • not an easy way to earn money but one of the best things you can do for your own education.
  • offers additional opportunities to tutor English as a second language and to tutor students with disabilities.
  • provides an opportunity to become a Supplemental Instruction tutor in your second year.

Tutoring Opportunity


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