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WS - Peer Tutor: Other Subjects - Learning Center (Bethlehem or Online)

Northampton Community College
United States, Pennsylvania, Bethlehem
3835 Green Pond Road (Show on map)
April 10, 2024

The staff and faculty of Northampton Community College share a single goal: to help students transform their lives through education. It's a goal that reaps rewards thousands of times over the course of a career. Employees at Northampton receive competitive compensation and an array of benefits while working on campuses located in a region with a very high quality of life.

We invite you to consider to applying for one of our currently available positions. For more information on the College, please visit . For more information on life in the Lehigh Valley, please visit .

NCC is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of the college community and the curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to identify their strengths or experiences in this area.


WS - Peer Tutor: Other Subjects - Learning Center (Bethlehem or Online)


Please note that this position will remain open until filled.


Peer subject tutors support student success by utilizing a personalized approach to help each student gain a deeper understanding of course material, devise effective learning strategies, engage in critical thinking, and acquire additional academic skills in order to help the student reach educational goals. Tutors may meet with students on an individual or small group basis on campus and/or online. Tutors are provided with College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) training and are expected to obtain certification within one year of employment. Tutors are also expected to participate in staff meetings and ongoing professional development activities, promptly respond to correspondence from Learning Center staff, and maintain complete and accurate records. Additional responsibilities may be assigned.


  • Thorough understanding of the subject(s) that they will tutor
  • A grade of B or above in each course the candidate intends to tutor
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, strong analytical skills, an interest in working with a diverse population of students, patience, and a genuine desire to help others learn and succeed
  • Previous experience as a peer or professional tutor is a plus but not required