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Student Employment

Current and New Tutors

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How to Become a Tutor

Each semester, Tutoring Services employs 100+ Lycoming students. We have multiple categories of employment, and some students serve in several capacities, depending on their strengths and areas of study. The various student positions are as follows:

  • Writing Center tutor – works regular hours each week
  • Math Center tutor – works regular hours each week
  • Subject tutor – meets with students mostly one-on-one by appointment as needed
  • Academic success peer mentor – meets with students one-on-one by appointment as needed
  • Study group facilitator (SGF) – holds regular walk-in sessions with groups of students

These positions give students not only paid job experience, but also the opportunity to review subject matter of interest and to develop a range of professional skills in interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, instruction, and leadership. 

Prospective student employees should be in good academic standing, having earned at least one full-time semester’s worth of college credits. Tutoring positions require endorsement by a faculty member from the relevant subject or skill area. To inquire or express your interest in a tutoring position, contact Shanna Wheeler (Writing Center, subject tutoring, and study groups) or Chris Reed (Math Center).