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How can I become a tutor?
Writing Center peer tutors work one-on-one with students on all four Motlow campuses and online. Tutors assist students with writing at any level, in any discipline, and at any stage in the writing process. Whether they are helping students to understand an assignment, conduct research, make a revision plan, review grammar rules, or master a documentation style (MLA, APA, etc.), tutors will help students to develop the skills necessary for successful academic writing. Other duties include presenting informational classroom visits, maintaining tutoring records, and contributing to the Writing Center’s bank of online resources. Most tutors work 6 hours per week and are expected to attend periodic staff meetings throughout the semester.
General requirements: Students must have a grade of B or higher in English 1010 and/or 1020 and possess excellent writing skills. In addition, students should be patient, work well with their peers, and be continuously willing to learn from their tutoring experiences. All new tutors participate in mandatory paid training.
Apply here: https://tbr.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/7/home/requisition/542?c=tbr. Note: you will need to attach a 2-10 page writing sample and an unofficial copy of your transcript to the application. Instructor recommendations can be emailed directly to [email protected].
Email [email protected] with any questions.