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Job Posting: Tutors for Student Athletes

February 04, 2014
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SFU is looking for grad and undergrad students to tutor our NCAA student athletes as part of the Student Athlete Tutor Roster.

This is a paid on-call tutoring opportunity; the tutoring supports SFU's NCAA Division II athletes with their studies. All applicants are welcome but they are especially interested in students who are within the following fields: Math, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

The pay is  $20/hr for one-on-one tutoring appointments, with increments up from that for groups of 2 or 3+ students.

Students who would like to apply can log into myInvolvement using the following steps:

  • Go to myinvolvement.sfu.ca
  • Click on the 'Student' button, and login using your SFU ID and password
  • Click on Opportunities > Getting Involved
  • Click on 'All Current Opportunities'

There is a posting for Graduate Students to apply to the Tutor Roster that provides position information and application instructions.

Please email acaclan@sfu.ca if you have any questions.

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