Department: Upward Bound Program Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: September 11, 2018 Work Type: Service
Provide intense tutoring in at least one academic skill area, but also able to assist high school students in a broad range of skill areas, particularly English, science, and mathematics.
Online applications not accepted. Must stop by the Upward Bound Program Office, Stevenson South – A Tower 102(left of the elevators) to complete an application; bring a copy of your class schedule for consideration. Questions, call 815.753.1868
Successful completion of at least two years of undergraduate study (30hrs./A Minimum GPA of 2.3)
Some college level courses in the areas in which he/she tutors; must be able to demonstrate proficiency in this area (a minimum GPA of 2.3).
Must have a Valid Driver’s License.
Must pass a felony background check
Pay Rate: $ $8.50-$8.95
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