Application Launched for the first year of the CUNY Tutor Corps

The CUNY Tutor Corps, which will bring undergraduate and graduate CUNY students into middle and high school classrooms as math and computer science tutors, just launched the application for its inaugural cohort.  Tutors will begin with a two-week intensive training program and then work in middle or high school classrooms for approximately 12 hours per week from January to June.  They will earn $15 per hour and have consistent, meaningful support from classroom teachers as well as CUNY faculty.

This is the pilot year for the Tutor Corps, which is made possible by a partnership between CUNY, the Office of the Mayor, New York City Department of Education and others.  The program is designed to provide individualized help for learners and support for classroom teachers trying to meet the challenge of the Algebra for All and Computer Science for All initiatives.

CUNY students who are interested in the Tutor Corps can apply todayThe priority deadline for the application is October 16th, and the final deadline is October 30th.  If you have any questions about the program, you can visit our website (www.cuny.edu/tutorcorps) or email tutor.corps@cuny.edu for clarification.

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7 Responses to Application Launched for the first year of the CUNY Tutor Corps

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  4. This is the pilot year for the Tutor Corps, which is made possible by a partnership between CUNY, the Office of the Mayor, New York City Department of Education and others. Thank you very much

  5. Result 2016 says:

    This is the pilot year for the Tutor Corps, which is made possible by a partnership between CUNY, the Office of the Mayor, New York City Department of Education and others.

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