The Research Foundation for SUNY at Binghamton University Upward Bound Math-Science Summer Tutors in Binghamton, New York
Upward Bound Math-Science Summer Tutors
Department:Upward Bound Math-Science
Posted:Feb 27, 2023
Closes:Open Until Filled
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The Upward Bound Math-Science (UBMS) program at Binghamton University is one of eight TRIO programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education to strengthen participating students' math and science skills. The goal of the program is to help students recognize and develop their potential to excel in math and science and to encourage them to pursue post-secondary degrees in math and science and ultimately careers in the math and science profession. UBMS will have a six-week residential summer program for thirty high school students at Binghamton University, including an additional orientation week. The Tutor is a part-time position during the summer program.
UBMS is looking for people interested in tutoring high school students (ages 14-18), primarily in the areas of math, lab sciences, literature/composition, and foreign languages. We seek reliable individuals with good interpersonal communication skills, the ability to work with others, the desire to engage youth, strong organizational skills, and sensitivity to diverse students' needs. Tutors will work Monday to Friday afternoon. Hours will be based on program needs. UBMS Summer Residential Program dates are from June 26th-August 9th and includes one orientation week. Tutors have many responsibilities, including but not limited to:
Provide information, advice, support, and encouragement to students.
Help students stay motivated.
Help students understand the course material.
Help students prepare and study for quizzes, exams, and projects.
Help students identify learning styles and improve study skills.
Provide early referral to support services to ensure academic success.
Provide early intervention through frequent (weekly) contact with students.
Provide problem-solving assistance appropriate to the individual student.
Help build academic success strategies appropriate to the individual student.
Serve as liaison to course instructors, students, and program staff.
Maintain and report tutor contact log, timesheet, and any other materials, to UBMS Academic Counselor.
Tutor and engage students via virtual platforms including but not limited to Zoom, Google Classroom, Google Meets, etc.
Experience as a tutor or mentor.
Experience with different tutoring methods and styles. Ability to implement different types of learning strategies.
College Sophomore and above in good academic standing. Recent graduates and graduate students are encouraged to apply.
Experience working or mentoring diverse high school students.
Detail-oriented and able to meet deadlines.
Excellent communication skills.
Experience using Zoom, Google Classroom, and other virtual platforms preferred.
Previously held leadership positions highly desirable.
Salary Range: $15.00 per hour for 40 hours a week.
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