SDSU Research Foundation

  • College Avenue Compact Math Tutor

    Req No.
    Dept/Proj Name
    College Avenue Compact
    Close Date
  • Overview

    Under general supervision, provides teaching, grading  or tutoring duties, including acting as conversation partners to language program students. 


    Under the direction and supervision of the College Avenue Compact (CAC) Director and/or CAC High School Student Coordinator along with counselors or teachers, provide academic support to CAC 3.0 students to ensure they remain on-track for admission to a four-year university or community college, and motivate them to consider postsecondary educational opportunities.  


    Duties may include some preparatory work, but does not include curriculum development. Duties are directly related to academic instruction and are not clerical, technical, custodial/laborer, childcare or related research.


    1. Meets with students one-on-one or in groups to provide academic support with school subjects, home work, and test preparation.
    2. Provides academic tutoring and helps students develop study habits and study groups, as needed.
    3. Meets regularly with small groups of students to discuss course work, study skills, and study strategies.
    4. Assists students in understanding course material and concepts (Math/STEM specifically).
    5. May be assigned to work with drop-in tutoring, lead study groups and/or or in class tutoring.
    6. Discusses educational opportunities and resources with students, when appropriate.
    7. Maintains and updates accurate records of student contacts and data spreadsheets.
    8. Supports CAC staff with programming, outreach, and events as needed.



    • Knowledge/expertise in instructional area sufficient to tutor less knowledgeable students
    • Must be an undergraduate student in good academic standing (2.75+GPA)


    Preferred Qualifications and Special Skills:

    • Bilingual-preferred, but not required
    • Experience working with high school students from low income, first-generation families with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds
    • Tutoring experience

    A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with SDSU Research Foundation

    Live Scan (fingerprinting) is required for positions working with children/minors or vulnerable populations


    San Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer




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