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Students Helping Students

Do you excel in a particular subject? Do you enjoy helping others? Consider applying to be a tutor! We believe in the importance of students helping students.

The Benefits

The benefits of becoming a tutor include receiving an hourly wage, having a convenient job site, being part of a collaborative community, retaining subject area competency, and feeling good about helping others. Tutoring is a wonderful experience to add to a resume and may give you an advantage over your peers when it comes time to apply for internships and other professional opportunities. 


  • In order to be a tutor for a particular course, you need to have earned a grade of B or higher in the course and be recommended by the instructor.
  • If you are hired:
    • You will be required to enroll in LTAT 310 Introduction to Individual Peer Tutoring. This is a 1 unit online course designed to familiarize yourself with your role as a tutor and methods of effective tutoring.
    • You should expect to work a minimum of 3 hours per week.
    • You should expect to commit to at least an entire semester.

How to Apply

  1. Complete and submit the FLC Tutor Application.
  2. Email your faculty reference the provided template asking them to complete a Letter of Recommendation form.
  3. If you are selected for an interview, we will contact you during our next hiring cycle (typically between semesters).
  4. If you are invited to an interview, please bring a completed availability schedule (you will be provided with this form).
  5. After reviewing interview notes, we will inform you of our decision. This may take 1-2 weeks.