Now’s the time to apply to become a tutor in 2024-2025

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student tutoring scene

Tutoring Services is accepting applications from students interested in joining its staff for the 2024-2025 academic year.

“We’re hiring peer tutors in most academic areas, but students who can tutor in accounting, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, math, music and statistics are in high demand,” notes Adam Hino, coordinator of Tutoring Services.

Tutors are paid and training is provided.

Students can apply for tutoring positions online here. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 5, at 4 p.m.

"Working as a tutor over the past three years has been an incredibly enriching experience for me. It has allowed me to build connections with other tutors studying different disciplines. Further, tutoring has boosted my confidence in my own abilities and knowledge as it pertains to my discipline area,” said Sarah State, a senior majoring in Public Accountancy and Business Administration: Management, from Marion, NY.

Moreover, helping students with foundational course work has served as a great refresher for Ms. State and other tutors, while also deepening their understanding of course material and developing skills that will benefit them beyond their time at Fredonia.

“Being a tutor in the Learning Center is not only a low-stress job in a laid-back environment, but it is also extremely rewarding getting to see the impact that you can have on fellow students and their academic journeys,” said State, who tutors students in accounting and history.

“If you're considering applying to be a tutor, I would highly recommend it,” she added.

For more information about tutoring services, including the current schedule, visit the website.

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