Answered By: Bonnie Ostrand
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2019     Views: 469

Q: Can I refer students to apply for tutoring positions and if so, how should I?

A: Yes!  Sharing this valuable opportunity with students is a great way to support students’ professional development and assist them in gaining work experience.  Applying for a Peer Tutor position is easy!  Peer Tutoring is part of the work study program at Rasmussen University.  Students can easily apply for a position by visiting the Work Study Guide and clicking on the "Apply Here" button as illustrated below.

Q: Do you have a sample announcement I can copy and paste to share this opportunity with students?

A: Yes!  Please feel free to use the below announcement in your courses. 

Subject: Are you interested in a part-time job as a Rasmussen Tutor? 

Applications are currently being accepted for students in all programs!  The Rasmussen University Tutoring Program is certified through the College Reading and Learning Association, providing tutors with training and eventual Level 1, CRLA Certification. The pay rate is 12 dollars per hour and depending upon eligibility, tutors may work up to 29 hours per week. 

The positions are open to both campus-based students and online students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher. Click on this link to fill out an application: Once your application is received and if you are eligible for the program, the Learning Services Coordinator associated with your program will be in touch regarding next steps.

For additional information on Peer Tutoring and Referrals, please review the below document. 

Thank you for your referral! 


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