Become a Tutor
BECOME A TUTOR
The MSRC typically hires new tutors twice a year, just before the start of the fall and spring semesters. We occasionally hire new tutors for summer depending on our staffing needs. For application deadlines, please contact the center director or click on the "News, Announcements & Deadlines" link. Your completed application packet can be hand-delivered, or you can mail it to the center coordinator at the following address:
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 W. 59 St
New York, NY 10019
Qualified applicants will be contacted via email to schedule an interview shortly after the application deadline.
A peer tutor is a tutor who is also an undergraduate student. Most of our peer tutors are John Jay students, but we also hire qualified peer tutors from other local colleges. For a full job description, minimum qualifications, and other general information about becoming a peer tutor, please download our peer tutor brochure using the link below. Applicants for the position of peer tutor must submit a completed application form, at least one faculty recommendation, and copies of all undergraduate transcripts (and graduate, if applicable). Unofficial copies are fine. You may download the application and recommendation forms by clicking the links below, or stop by the MSRC to pick up paper copies.
A professional tutor has completed at least a bachelor's degree and has recent coursework and/or work experience directly relevant to tutoring math and/or science. Applicants for the position of professional tutor should submit a current resume and a list of at least two professional and/or academic references with contact information. Depending on your previous experience, copies of your academic transcripts may also be required. Please contact the center director for details.
Last updated 8/20/2012