Project SPELL Fall 2017 Returning Tutor Application
We are thrilled you have decided to apply to join Project SPELL for another quarter of tutoring! Please submit this application by Friday of Week 1 (October 6) of fall quarter. Decisions will be sent out by Monday of Week 2 (October 9).

Please have accurate information about your schedule ready since it can be difficult to make changes once you are matched with a learner. Please review the following commitments before starting your application:

• Orientation: Week 2 (Wednesday from 3-5 PM or Thursday from 2-4 PM)
• Tutoring: Weeks 3-10 (one hour twice a week according to your availability; 16 hours total)
• Meetings: Weeks 4 & 6 only for returning tutors! You are welcome to come every week, but Weeks 4 & 6 will be in-depth workshops on topics requested by returning tutors
• End-of-Quarter Reunion: Week 10 (Thursday 4:30-5:30 PM and Friday 2-3 PM)

Questions? Email Program Director Stephanie Youngblood at or the Student Committee of Project SPELL at

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