Teacher education students--build your resume! Apply for a tutoring position and help a child succeed in reading and/or math. Get involved in Bozeman area school classrooms prior to your in-school practicum and student teaching experiences. Non-education majors can build their resume as well.

  • $11.00/hour wage – Work-Study Eligible. Paid monthly on the 11th.
  • Work 7 - 10 hours/week
  • Flexible schedules!
  • Non-Work-Study eligible candidates may apply as a volunteer

Tutors are paired with K - 8 students in Bozeman area schools who have been identified as needing help with reading, literacy, and math. We will work with your schedule to make sure that you earn as much of your award as possible while maintaining a schedule that is beneficial to you.  The Field Placement & Licensure Office provides all tutors training prior to beginning tutor sessions in the classroom.

Applications are currently being accepted! Apply Now!

Deadline: September 13, 2019--Fall 2019 applications now closed.

Tutors assist students in meaningful and constructive ways to embrace and experience success with literacy and/or math skill development. Seen as role models by their mentees, tutors serve as consistent and reliable adults in the lives of the children referred to this program. Each tutor is responsible to work cooperatively and maintain ongoing communication with all cooperating teachers for students to receive the most timely and relevant instruction possible.  Tutors provide one-on-one and/or group tutoring.

  • Previous experience working with children in a mentoring or tutoring capacity is preferred, but not required.
  • Work-study tutors must commit to fall and spring semesters.
  • Competence in organizing and prioritizing multiple work assignments and exercising sound time management.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others, specifically in a school setting.
  • Strong commitment to serve children in Bozeman area schools and fulfilling the mission of the ARAC Program with professionalism and integrity.
  • Willingness and ability to work with people from all cultures, religions, backgrounds and walks of life.
  • Access to reliable transportation to get to and from schools where tutoring takes place.
  • Practice and maintain good hygiene and wear suitable clothing for work in the community.
  • Tutors who have been offered a position must attend mandatory orientation prior to tutoring.