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InstitutionSouthwestern Michigan College
TitleETS Middle/High School Tutor
Posted12/12/2017 - 10:08 AM
FT/PTPart Time
Job TypeFaculty
Posted Until1/26/2018
Description
Southwestern Michigan College, a two-year college located approximately 30 minutes north of South Bend, Indiana, and approximately 30 minutes from Lake Michigan’s eastern shore is seeking applications for an ETS Middle/High School Tutor who is dedicated, enthusiastic, and excited to work with low income first generation middle and high school students.

SUMMARY:
The ETS Middle/High School Tutor/Mentor works to guide students through middle and high school and onto a post-secondary education. The ETS Middle/High School Tutor/Mentor will be under direct supervision of the ETS Director and ETS Tutor/Mentor Coordinator/Advisor. The ETS Middle/High School Tutor/Mentor is responsible for assisting middle or high school students to reach their full academic potential and achieve academic success.
The ETS Middle/High School Tutor/Mentor will serve students in target Cass County schools. Responsibilities include but not limited to: providing participants with both individual and group tutorial sessions, homework assistance to improve grades and GPA, and instruction/tutoring for standardized assessments.
In addition, the ETD Middle/High School Tutor/Mentor will maintain appropriate records of hours and teaching notes.
Up to 5 hours per week.




QualificationsREQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Associates Degree with 3.0 or better.

PREFFERED QUALFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Math or related tutoring subject
• Coursework towards math degree acceptable
• Teaching experience with middle and high school students preferred

OTHER INFORMATION:
This is an academic year position only; there are no summer hours.
Candidates should have the ability to assess needs to students and prepare written documentation; ability to be a positive role model; ability to establish rapport and build relationships; ability to set expectations and boundaries; ability to facilitate, teach, or instruct; excellent listening and interpersonal skills; excellent problem solving skills and good judgment; knowledge of working with disadvantaged and underrepresented youth.
Candidates will not be compensated for drive time to schools or be compensated mileage.
How to ApplyAPPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Please do not mail application materials. Please only upload them through Southwestern Michigan College’s online system. Thank you! - http://www.swmich.edu/about-smc/employment

Southwestern Michigan College is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for students, faculty and staff. The College complies with all federal laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination including Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and Title II, and with all requirements and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education.
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