Responsibilities for Tutors
Tutors must be registered undergraduate or graduate students at Johns Hopkins University.
Tutors work on course-specific materials with students currently enrolled in the course(s). Once a tutoring assignment is given, the tutor must commit to leading his or her group(s) for the duration of the semester, including reading period before final exams.
Tutors are responsible for monitoring their assigned course syllabi and must maintain open communication with course faculty. All tutors must attend training before receiving their assignments.
All tutoring is offered in group format, so tutors must be comfortable and capable leading groups of up to 6 students.
To be eligible to tutor, a student must also have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and have earned an “A” in the specific JHU course being tutored. (Exceptions may be possible on a case-by-case basis).
Tutors must be able to communicate effectively and should have a mature, professional demeanor.
How to Apply
We are no longer accepting applications for Fall 2014 tutor positions.
We receive many tutor applications each semester. Due to the large volume of applicants, we will only contact you if you fit the criteria we are looking for. Priority is given to veteran tutors of the program and new tutors that are able to tutor multiple subjects with wide availability.
Criteria for consideration include: course performance, tutoring experience, quality of essay responses, faculty recommendations, and schedule availability.
If your application is selected, you will be invited for an interview, during which you will be asked to “teach” on your subject for 3-5 minutes.
Our needs and open positions change each semester. If you apply and are not hired, please consider applying again another semester.