Peer tutoring is a paid position and a great opportunity to serve your fellow Fords and gain valuable experience as an educator.
Peer tutoring looks great on resumes and graduate school applications. This is a extremely flexible position: you can set your own hours and tutor at times and locations that are most convenient for you. There is no minimum or maximum amount of hours needed to commit to tutoring.
How to Apply:
As an Educational Studies concentrator, I've found peer tutoring to be an immensely useful experience that is preparing me for future work as a math educator. In addition to looking fantastic on my résumé, I have met some truly wonderful people as a result of peer tutoring who have ended up becoming my friends. It's a great way to be more connected to the Haverford community while also practicing useful teaching skills that are applicable to any job where you have to work hands-on with people in a one-on-one setting.—Damon Motz-Storey ‘16
Peer tutoring has been one of the most rewarding experiences about Haverford. Not only has it helped me understand the material in my major's classes, but it makes me feel like I have really made a difference for my fellow students. There's nothing like helping something finally click for someone.—Current Peer Tutor