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Become A Tutor
Become A Tutor
EARNING MONEY PUTTING YOUR SKILLS TO USE!
Tutor must currently be a College of Southern Idaho student.
Tutor must have received an A or B in the subject(s) (s)he wants to tutor.
Tutor must have a signed recommendation from a professor for the subject (s)he wants to tutor.
Tutor must have a minimum 3.0 accumulative GPA.
Complete EDUC 110 C01W a 1credit on-line Peer Tutor Training Course which can be completed during the first few weeks of your employment.
Tutor must participate in mandatory semester tutor trainings.
Tutor must have good communication skills.
Tutor must have a high level of patience and a sincere desire to help others.
Have a professor sign recommendation form (preferably an instructor you have had that teaches in the area you want to tutor).
Set up an appointment time for an interview
After interview the Learning Assistance Coordinator will contact you regarding employment. If hired, step 5 will need to be completed.
Complete payroll paperwork:
I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification (need 2 forms of ID)
W 4 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate
Drug Free Workplace Agreement
Employee New Hire Form
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