Why be a tutor?
Do you enjoy helping fellow students and know a thing or two about succeeding in college? Then join our staff!
Learning Support Services is a phenomenal place to work. We accept applications year-round for student tutor positions and intermittently for office assistant positions. LSS leadership uses these applications to create a pool of qualified candidates and makes new hires at various times throughout the year based on the program's needs and funding.
Benefits of being a tutor include:
- Greater mastery of subject matter
- Increased self-confidence
- Improved communication skills
- Relevant experience on resume and applications
- Support and community with fellow tutors
Elevate your understanding of a subject from good to great — become a tutor! Student tutors share their knowledge and effective study skills with their peers, helping them to succeed in their classes and achieve their educational goals.
To apply for a paid student tutor position in math, writing*, computing, accounting, or science, complete a Student Tutor application.
*Note: writing tutors must receive a faculty recommendation and complete English 291: Writing Tutor Training before applying for a position. Contact LSS Administrator Chris Dorn for details.
Join a team of friendly, student-centered tutoring professionals. Office assistants are the face of Learning Support Services, greeting students as they enter the tutoring centers to make our spaces inviting, inclusive, and productive.
The office assistant position is only available to students with a Work Study award.
To see all available student positions on campus, including the LSS office assistant position, visit the SPSCC student employment page.
While most of our tutoring staff are current SPSCC students, we have a handful of part-time hourly professional tutors who tutor and provide key leadership in each center. If you are interested in joining our team, visit the SPSCC staff and faculty employment page to search for current openings.