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Become a Math & Statistics Tutor

Join the SLC Math & Statistics Program!

Thank you for your interest in joining the SLC Math & Statistics Program! Please expand below to explore opportunities available and submit an application to join us today.

Positions Available

Positions Available

✔ Drop-in Tutor
✔ Drop-in Ambassador
✔ Study Group Facilitator
✔ Assistant Adjunct Instructor

Spring 2019 Courses Available

Math 32
✔ Math 1AB, 16AB
✔ Math 10A, 10B
✔ Math 53, 54, 55
✔ Stat 2, 20, 21, 131
✔ Stat 134

Compensation & Benefits

Compensation

✔ Positions start at $15.57/hour*

*NotesStudents may not be employed by the University more than 50% time during the fall or spring semester in any combination of titles. Students may work up to 100% time during the summer and during the winter break. 

Working as a tutor allows you to:

✔ Deepen your subject-matter knowledge
✔ Contribute to Cal’s culture of service and academic excellence
✔ Enhance your ability to work collaboratively
✔ Bolster your ability to communicate and thrive in a multicultural environment
✔ Expand your social and professional connections
✔ Become part of a diverse, dynamic, and inclusive learning culture

Qualifications, Responsibilites, & Requirements 


Minimum Qualifications

✔ Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
✔ No more than two "Incomplete" grades
✔ Not on academic probation
✔ Completion of first year calculus with at least a B in those courses
✔ For Drop-in Tutors: Completion of at least two of the following courses or the equivalent with at least a B: Math 10A, Math 10B, Math 53, Math 54, Math 55, Stat 134, Stat 2/20/21

Preferred Qualifications

✔ Passion for mathematics/statistics and the learning process
✔ Desire to grow as a budding professional
✔ Strong interest in collaborative learning models
✔ Strong interest in serving the math/stat learning community at Cal
✔ Willingness to engage in reflective practice
✔ Experience working with peers from diverse backgrounds and learning styles

Program Requirements

✔ Attend weekly training
✔ Commit up to 5 hours per week on average*

For position-specific requirements and responsibilities, refer to the respective applications.

*NoteStudents may not be employed by the University more than 50% time during the fall or spring semester in any combination of titles. Students may work up to 100% time during the summer and during the winter break.  

Application Procedure

Materials Required

✔ General Applicant Information
✔ Short responses
✔ Current academic transcript (unofficial copy accepted)
✔ Faculty/Advisor Recommendation Form (due by the end of the third week of instruction or your first day of work, whichever comes first)

Process

✔ Submit a complete application
✔ Request a faculty/advisor recommendation (due by the end of the third week of instruction or your first day of work, whichever comes first)
✔ Candidates who submit a complete application and who satisfy the minimum qualifications and program requirements will be invited to take an exam
✔ Candidates who pass the exam will be invited for an interview
✔ Candidates are notified of the results of their applications in writing within three weeks of their interviews

Deadline

✔ Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. 

Statement of Non-Discrimination

SLC Statement of Non-Discrimination

The UC Berkeley Student Learning Center, in accordance with applicable Federal and State law and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, ancestry, age, marital status, or service in the uniformed services. This nondiscrimination policy covers all matters related to hiring and service. Click here for the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy.

SLC Statement of Affirmation

In addition to our commitment to a non-discriminatory and equitable workplace, the SLC seeks to provide all students and members of the Cal community with a respectful and inclusive learning environment conducive to growth and discovery. Click here to read more.   

Apply Here

New Tutor Application (bMail log-in required)

✔ New Tutor Application
✔ New Math/Stat Drop-in Ambassador Application
✔ Faculty/Advisor Recommendation Form

Application Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until all tutor positions are filled.
Update (01/29/19): Applications are closed as of Fri., 01/25/19.  Any applications submitted after that date will only be reviewed on a basis of the needs of the program.

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Additional Applications* (bMail log-in required) 

✔ Study Group Facilitator Application 
✔ Assistant Adjunct Instructor Application 

*Note: Candidates with at least one semester of experience in the SLC Math/Stats Program have priority consideration for these positions. Candidates with no prior experience with the Math/Stats Program must also submit a New Tutor application.

Application Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling bases until all tutor positions are filled.
Update (01/29/19): Applications are closed as of Fri., 01/25/19.  Any applications submitted after that date will only be reviewed on a basis of the needs of the program.

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Application Inquiries

Phone: 510-643-7878
Email: mjwong@berkeley.edu
For additional information about SLC tutor positions, visit: https://slc.berkeley.edu/become-tutor