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Job Posting: Tutors for Student Athletes

October 19, 2014

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 candidates who have coursework, graduate experience, or TA/TM/Sessional experience in the following:

  • Statistics (STAT 101, 201, 305)
  • Mathematics (Calculus I and II)
  • Business (BUS 207, 251, 311)
  • Cognitive Science (COGS 100)
  • Economics (ECON 102/103/105)
  • HSCI (HSCI 100)

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
  • Click on the 'Student' button, and login using your SFU ID and password
  • Click on Opportunities > Getting Involved
  • Click on 'All Current Opportunities' or search by Job ID 3041

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

Although there is a posted deadline of November 3, 2014, recruitment for these positions is on-going and based on need.

Please email if you have any questions.

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