How to Become an Apprentice Tutor
The Chaffey College Success Centers hire a variety of Apprentices each semester. Apprentices are tutors who are skilled in academic subject areas such as writing, math, computers, languages or accounting. All Apprentices undergo training in order to receive College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) training certification. Chaffey College hires two levels of Apprentices as follows:
- Apprentice 4 - Trainees in this pay group perform under close instruction; require tutoring experience or subject competency; and provide tutoring, basic computer, and online instructional support to faculty, staff, and students. The hourly rate of pay for an Apprentice 4 is $10.25/hour.
- Apprentice 9 - Trainees in this pay group perform skilled work under general instruction; require a bachelor's degree; and provide assistance to faculty, management, and staff including individual and small group tutoring, mentoring, coaching, and/or accounting support. The hourly rate of pay for an Apprentice 9 is $15.00/hour.
- Master Apprentice 10 - Trainees in this pay group have already demostrated leadership and expertise and have 2 years experience in a learning lab, tutorial center, learning resource center, or the equivalent; must complete Level 2 CRLA certification, NADE or other appropriate organization certification); require a bachelor's degree; play a mentoring role for the developing apprentices to better assist students in individual and small group tutoring, directed learning activities, learning groups, and through the use of instructional technology. The hourly rate of pay for a Master Apprentice 10 is $17.00/hour.
If you are interested in applying for an Apprentice tutor position, fill out an application and return it to the appropriate success center instructional specialist.
Contact Info by Center
Mary Jane Ross
Language Success Center
Math Success Center
Multidisciplinary Success Center
Rose Ann Osmanian