Employment at Tutoring Services

Employment at Tutoring Services

Tutoring is a wonderful part-time job and also a great resume builder. As a tutor, you get to help other students and review class material by teaching it to someone else. We also offer very flexible scheduling! You get to pick the hours you are available and we match you with tutees during those times. Please, only put hours on your schedule if you are one hundred percent sure you will be available for this time. It is easier to add more availability to your schedule than it is to cancel a tutee because you are no longer available at a time you previously specified.

Application Materials (Peer Tutoring, Math Lab, Supplemental Learning)

Peer Tutoring Application Materials

Job Description
Application (pdf)
Faculty Recommendation Form
Tutor Employment Application Checklist
Work Study Employment Application (Fall and Spring) - Please apply on Handshake – for job ID # 2296219 – Peer Tutor and Peer Tutor/Office Assistant

SL Leader Application Materials

Job Description (Fall)
Online Application - Due March 24
Faculty Recommendation Form - Due March 31
SL Leader Employment Application Checklist
Work Study Employment Application (Fall and Spring) - Please apply on Handshake – for job ID # 2342703 – Supplemental Learning Leader (tutor)

Math Lab Tutor Application Materials

Job Description
Online Application - Due March 24
Faculty Recommendation Form - Due March 31
Math Lab Tutor Employment Application Checklist
Work Study Employment Application (Fall and Spring) - Please apply on Handshake – for job ID # 2351306 – Math Lab Tutor

Math Lab Assistant Application Materials

Job Description
Online Application - Due March 3
Math Lab Assistant Employment Application Checklist
Work Study Employment Application (Fall and Spring) - Please apply on Handshake – for job ID # 2351306 – Math Lab Tutor

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can work at UTS?
Any student who has an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher can apply to be a tutor here on campus. Students maintaining this GPA can apply to tutor any class that they have taken at Bloomsburg, if they have earned a B letter grade or higher in that class.

What courses do we NEED tutors for?
What courses UTS needs tutors for varies from semester to semester. We are almost always looking for students to tutor classes in the Chemistry and Accounting departments.

How much do tutors get paid?
At UTS we currently pay our undergraduate tutors $8.25 an hour (minimum wage) and our graduate tutors $9 an hour.

How do you become a tutor?
If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in becoming a peer tutor, complete the required application materials (linked above). If you have any questions, please contact UTS at 570-389-2720 or sttutor@bloomu.edu