Becoming an Academic Tutor

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  • Enjoy new challenges?
  • Like meeting new people?
  • Have a commitment to helping others?
  • Like to build your own schedule?
  • Enjoy watching others succeed academically?

Joining Our Staff

Becoming an academic tutor is one of the most challenging and rewarding on-campus jobs available to students, faculty, and staff throughout the Fairleigh Dickinson University community. The Academic Resource Center offers qualified applicants paid and flexible part-time employment.

What To Expect

The Academic Resource Center hires individuals who have distinguished themselves academically in one or more subject areas. In addition, qualified applicants possess excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. Applicants will be asked to present academic transcripts from institutions of higher learning and letters of recommendation for review during the application process. All inquiries regarding tutor positions should be directed to one of the following individuals:cass tan & bitincka HALF

Rachel D. Murphy
Director

Michael Kohn
Assistant Director