All Tutors and PAL(SI) Leaders are paid for all training.  Isn’t it illegal to not pay people/students for work/training?

Thanks~

Thank you~

 

Terri Wasyl Lamb

Academic Success Coach

Mathematics Learning Specialist

Tutor Program Coordinator

Learning Assistance Center

Schoolcraft College

 

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Subject: Do you pay your tutors for training?

 

Hello, All.

 

I hope you had a nice break.

 

Here, at my new institutions, tutors are not paid for training. They have the option of taking a class, which at least will give them 2 credits; however, very few new tutors take advantage of it, and it is not available to tutors who come on board later in the semester. Tutors who do not take the class, take what we call the Alternate training, with no pay but they get CRLA certified. 

 

What does you training program look like? And do you pay your tutors for it?

 

Thanks,

 

Ira

 

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Ira Fabri

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers

Assistant Director of Tutoring

Learning Resources Center (LRC)

Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA)

UMBC

Sherman Hall East, 342

1000 Hilltop Circle

Baltimore, MD 21250

 

410-455-3905

 

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