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Upward Bound Tutor/Mentor

Department: Upward Bound Program
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: October 15, 2018

Work Type: Service

Job Description

Make a difference in the lives of potential first generation college students by sharing your experience and knowledge. Tutor/Mentors are needed to work with high school students from Aurora and Rockford. Transportation is provided. Must be able to tutor in at least one academic area. Stop by Stevenson A102 to complete an application.

Job Requirements

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: $ $9.00-$9.50

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Important Note About this Job

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

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