Student Leadership Opportunity - Peer Tutoring
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FANTASTIC LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY ON CAMPUS?
If so, apply to become a Peer Tutor Today!
Peer Tutoring brings successful students currently attending Middlesex to work with other students as peer tutors in our Academic Support Centers. The Peer Tutoring Program employs students who have successfully completed the courses in which they will be tutoring. The Peer Tutoring Program is certified by the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA).
What do Peer Tutors do?
The tutor is a guide, a helper, a coach, a listener, a friend and a motivator. The goals of tutors are to foster active learning, independence and motivation. The Academic Centers for Enrichment Department offers a challenging and supportive environment for all students. For most students a tutoring session consists of:
- Identifying strengths and weaknesses
- Setting goals
- Finding a purpose for the assignment
- Exploring the subject matter
- Breaking the task into smaller parts
- Finding solutions and answers
Want to Apply to be a Peer Tutor?
Peer Tutors are paid positions and all potential peer tutors need to submit a faculty referral, peer tutor application, participate in an interview and required training.
- Click here to apply online.
- Click here to download the faculty recommendation form. Ask your professor to fill out the form and send it to Noreen McGinness in the Academic Resources Building, Bedford Campus or ask your professor to email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: you must receive a B or better in the course (s) you are interested in tutoring and have a Cumulative GPA of 3.0
- Attend a group interview
- Group interviews dates and times for fall 2015 tutoring positions will be posted after spring break.