Tutoring is one of the many rewarding ways you can serve your campus community. When you work with other students on their writing, you not only demystify the composing process for them but also reduce their anxieties about writing and instill them with greater confidence in their abilities to write clearly and effectively. In short, you help your classmates become better writers, not just writers of better papers. The benefits of tutoring are not all one-sided. Tutoring also sharpens your interpersonal communication and writing skills and encourages you to think more critically about your own composing process as you guide other students through theirs. Most tutors are already strong writers when they join the writing center staff, but over time they become more purposeful and knowledgeable writers and more adept at explaining their understanding of the writing process to others. If you would like to learn more about becoming a writing tutor, please e-mail Dr. Brennan Thomas, the center's director, at email@example.com or call (814) 471-1111.
Peer Tutor Job Postings: Spring 2022
We are reviewing applications for open tutoring positions for the 2022 spring semester. Please contact Dr. Brennan Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 471-1111 for more information on the application process. All applicants must have earned a B or higher in WRIT 102 (or its equivalent), WRIT 102 Honors, or HNRS 101 and provide samples of writing demonstrating their proficiency in source documentation according to MLA and/or APA style guidelines.