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Tutoring Services: Clarifying Concepts • Strengthening Skills

Math Center Fall 2015 Testimonials Board
 

Do You Like Helping Others? Become a Peer Tutor.

Working with other students in a helping role will provide you with some of the most valuable experience you could ever get during your college years. Think of the thanks you’ll get.

The Center for Academic Achievement (CAA) is looking for students who want to work as a tutor. Students interested in becoming a tutor need to attend a 30-minute information session. The Center for Academic Achievement currently needs tutors in

 

Accounting

Anatomy and Physiology

Chemistry

Biology

Biotechnology

CLT 100

Business

Calculus

Statistics

BUAD 112

Microbiology

Physics

 
 

Ongoing Tutor Training

Students selected to work as tutors will be enrolled in the CAA Academy for tutor training before the first semester they work as a tutor. All tutors receive both initial and ongoing training in tutor theory and practice, in addition to their training on College and departmental policies. All of our tutors participate in this training to remain current in best practices and to ensure that students receive the highest quality support possible. 
 Tutor Training
 

Top 5 Reasons to Become a Tutor

1.    Solidify your subject knowledge for future courses

2.    Develop your communication skills

3.    Develop your leadership skills

4.    Earn money

5.    Prepare for future employment

Tutor Requirements

  • Be an enrolled student with at least a 3.0 GPA overall.Have a recorded grade of “A” in the course(s) you wish to tutor.
  • Attend an information session about becoming a CAA tutor.
  • Enroll in the CAA Academy for tutor training the first semester you tutor for the CAA. Training is available during the summer, fall and spring semesters.
  • Speak and write fluently in English.

Are you an Adjunct Faculty member and would like more opportunities to work with BCCC students? Consider becoming a Professional Tutor and work with students in our Centers.   

 BCCC Staff in CAA T-shirts
 

Consider giving back. Become a Volunteer Tutor. Benefits of volunteering to tutor BCCC students:

  • You gain valuable experience working with students.
  • You will get excellent training.
  • You can strengthen your skills.
  • If your career path is teaching, you will get valuable experience helping students build skills and master course content.You can interact with students who are learning things you have already learned.

Click here to get the Volunteer Tutor Packet.

Johnny Montgomery with CADD student  

Do you want to work in the classroom with students and an instructor? Consider becoming an Embedded Tutor. The CAA connects peer-tutoring services with challenging courses to put tutors in the classroom. If you are interested in becoming an Embedded Tutor, please contact Juanita Wingo, Director of the CAA.

Tutor Application

Please click the link below for information on becoming a CAA tutor.

Tutor Application

Questions? Contact Juanita Wingo, Director of the Center for Academic Achievement: jwingo@bccc.edu.

 

“They are literally amazing.” “Tutor’s Customer Service is outstanding!”

 
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