Work as a Student Computer Center Tutor
The Student Computer Center is always looking for knowledgeable and reliable tutors to assist students in using computer software to complete course assignments. We need tutors who have, at least, basic skills
in one or more of the following:
- Microsoft (MS) Windows
- File Management
- Internet (search, retrieve info, print)
- Web Design
- Desktop Publishing
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone can be a tutor. If you enjoy working with people, sharing your knowledge, and can empathize with
students, we want to hear from you.
Mainly, we hire students. Occasionally, we hire non-students.
Tutors are hired in the following priority order:
- First, FWS students
- Second, department-funded students, if funds are available
- Third, non-students as part-time hourly employees, if no
students are available
Yes. Whether a student or community member, volunteers are a valued part of our learning environment.
They often bring with them a mature outlook and life experiences that can enrich the lives of all students.
Tutors must be:
- Enrolled in 6 credit hours or more (Students Only)
- Recommended by two instructors or have other acceptable references
- Able to show competency in one or more software programs listed above
- Able to communicate effectively
- Willing to complete tutor training
- Satisfaction from helping others
- Refreshing your own skills
- Improving your communication skills
- Learning to be responsible for a job
- Listing your tutoring experience on a résumé, scholarship, or a job application
- Sharing skills and knowledge with others
- Completing nationally recognized tutor training certification
- Flexible work hours (in between class times)
- Being a positive influence on the success of students
How do I apply?
Contact Linda Reinsch in the Student Computer Center by calling 503.399.5043 or come to the Library, Building 9, Second Floor.