Department: Student-Athlete Academic Support Services Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: January 14, 2019 Work Type: Service
We are currently looking for tutors for the following courses:
Upper level COMS, KNPE & SOCI. ECON 261, ENGL 203, HIST, GEOL, GEOG, MAth101, PHYS210, upper level BIOS, CHEM 211, PSYC 219 & 324 & TECH 305.
You must have taken the course at NIU and received an A in the course. The minimun wage is for a student that does not have their Bachelors degree yet. Higher salaries are available for students with their bachelors and Masters degrees. Only apply via the HR website. Please indicate your availability when you apply. You will be required to attend training, as well as provide tutor reports on all of your tutor sessions. PLEASE INDICATE WHICH CLASSES YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO TUTOR FOR ON YOUR APPLICATION.
Pay Rate: $ Starting at $8.25
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