Becoming a Tutor
Concordia students have the opportunity to gain new skills by tutoring their peers. This is a way to explore an interest area, such as teaching or psychology, if you are uncertain about a major. This position also allows you to connect with other students, practice workplace skills, and enjoy the additional benefits of increasing your understanding of the material.
This is a paid student worker position. If you are interested in becoming a Peer Tutor, please see the Tutor Job Description and Student Employee Tutor Application. The be considered for the Peer Tutor position you must complete the a Peer Tutor Application and return it to the Tutoring Coordinator, Wendy Vargas. You can either drop it off in room LU-110 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you submit your application to Tutoring Services, the Tutoring Coordinator will schedule an interview with you. If you are selected, you will also be asked to complete the on-line training module by a specific deadline.
The hours of this position are flexible. You and your client will determine a schedule that works for you!
Still not sure if you want to be a tutor or not sure if you are qualified to be a tutor? Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for Potential Tutors.