Tutor Application
The ESF Tutoring Program is always looking for new tutors in all ESF subjects. Tutoring positions are paid an hourly wage based on availability and the demand for a tutor in particular subject(s). For each course you wish to tutor, you must have earned a grade of B or better. Generally, tutors are matched with a group of tutees and work with those tutees in one subject up to one hour per week.

In order to fill out the human resources employee application you will need forms of ID and be able to fill out tax information. You will need to provide two of the following three documents:
1.) A Valid Drivers License
2.)Social Security Card
3.)Birth Certificate
Or you can bring in a valid passport and that will provide them with all the information required.

By filling out an application, am I guaranteed the opportunity to tutor?
Not necessarily. We do our best to provide each qualified tutor the opportunity to tutor. However, the availability of tutors and tutees and the demand for tutors in a given subject can prevent this from happening. The more courses that you are willing to tutor and the more times that you are available will increase the likelihood that a match can be made.

Is tutoring a part time job?
Most tutors consider tutoring an extra-curricular activity, or resume builder, and not a part time job. You will not become a wealthy college student by tutoring.

Do I need work study or financial aid to become a peer tutor?
No. The tutoring program is not a work study job. It is independent from work study or financial aid.

How many hours will I work?
The number of hours you would like to tutor is entirely up to you and the demands of your schedule. Typical tutors will tutor two hours a week.

How many students will I work with?
Most tutors are placed in small group tutoring sessions and work with two to five students at a time. We like to encourage small groups as much as possible since they provide the tutee with a ready made study group.

All tutors are required to attend one "Introduction to Tutoring" workshop during the Fall/Spring semester. Additionally, to foster appropriate development of one's skills, Tutors are also encouraged to attend at least one of the Tutor Training workshops held during the semester. The schedule for these workshops are available in the ASC, on our Tutoring Services webpage, and via the Peer Tutor Coordinator.
All tutoring sessions are arranged by the Academic Support Services Office and the Peer Tutor Coordinator.

After filling out the application you will be sent a schedule of tutor trainings. You are required to attend one tutor training session before you will be placed with a group.

Last Name, First Name (Smith, John) *
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Email Address *
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Phone number *
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Do you live in Centennial Hall? *
Major *
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Cumulative GPA (You must have above a 2.5) *
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Class Standing *
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Are you a transfer student? *
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How many groups a week are you willing to tutor? (sessions last for 1 hour a week) 2,3,4, flexible *
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Please indicate your availability below by marking in the blocks in which you will be available to tutor. A typical tutoring session lasts one hour each week. Please notify the tutor coordinator tutoring@esf.edu should times change.
We hold tutoring sessions from 8:00am-8:00pm Monday-Friday. Please indicate ALL your availability by stating the time blocks in which you will be available to be tutored. Typical tutoring sessions last 1-2 hours per week per course. The more times you enter, the faster we will be able to place you with a tutor. Once submitted, please email any changes to tutoring@esf.edu. Please note your availability in the following format: Monday 8am-12pm, 3pm-5pm; Tuesday 2pm-6pm Wednesday 8am-12pm, 4pm-7pm, Thursday 10am-1pm, Friday 12pm-4pm
Monday Availability (e.g. 10am-12pm, 3pm-7pm)
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Tuesday Availability (e.g. 10am-12pm, 3pm-7pm)
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Wednesday Availability (e.g. 10am-12pm, 3pm-7pm)
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Thursday Availability (e.g. 10am-12pm, 3pm-7pm)
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Friday Availability (e.g. 10am-12pm, 3pm-7pm)
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What experiences and/or training do you have to indicate you would be a successful tutor?
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Check subject areas below that you would like to tutor:
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List one professor as a reference: *
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