Our institution offers the following for our tutors:
-$10 per hour pay
-leadership opportunities (which help make them competitive for continued education opportunities and add to their CV/resume)
-tutors can forgo their pay to have tutoring count as service hours (most of the students need service hours in the programs I work with)
-we are currently working on the opportunity to forgo pay for a scholarship (we would offer more money for a scholarship than pay)
-Offering special treats, snacks, and gifts every year during national tutoring week
-writing thank you’s to tutors when they graduate
-getting feedback from tutors and students every semester on the program to make changes to better tutoring spaces, the quality of tutoring, etc.
Steph Olson, M.S.
Coordinator for Academic Support Services
Campbell University | College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Office of Admissions & Student Affairs | Maddox Hall, Suite 122
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On Behalf Of Jermaine Privott
Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 12:04 PM
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Subject: Incentives to Tutor
Good Morning Colleagues!
I write requesting information:
Does your institution offer innovative incentives to students support your peer tutor model, especially with difficult to fill courses?
Does your institution allow you to hire adjuncts as professional tutors? If so, what are the stipulations?
Thanks in advance.
Jermaine T. Privott
Academic Support Center/ Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program
Sage College of Albany
140 New Scotland Avenue
Albany, NY 12208
(518) 292-1803 (Fax)
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