Tutor Application - Athletic Study Center

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Athletic Study Center
TUTOR APPLICATION
Please note that priority for tutor positions will be given to applicants who:
• have earned “B” or higher grades in classes they wish to tutor.
• have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above.
• are registered UC Berkeley students, and have preferably taken courses at UC
Berkeley or a comparable 4 year institution.
• have work study
(If you do not meet one or more of the above criteria, and you wish to explain, please attach a note.)
Name: ____________________________
Date:_______________
Subject Area(s) and courses that you wish to tutor (if possible, please list course
name and number, e.g.. Economics 100A):
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Business/Economics:
Math:
Physical Sciences:
Social Sciences:
Statistics:
Writing:
Other:
CURRENT ADDRESS:
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Phone:____________________________
PERMANENT ADDRESS:
____________________
____________________
Phone:_________________________
E-mail Address:__________________________________________________________
Are you eligible for work-study funds? ____
If yes, amount _______
How many hours per week are you available to work?_____
Do you work elsewhere on campus? __ If so, where: ___________ Hrs/wk:___ Start Date:__
Class standing: __Junior __Senior __Graduate Student __Non-student*
(*Non-students must have obtained a bachelor's degree)
Major/Department_____________GPA in major:____ Overall GPA:____
Please list two academic/professional references:
Name____________________ Phone: (
) __________ Title____________________
Name____________________ Phone: (
)__________ Title_____________________
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In the space provided below, or on a separate sheet of paper, please answer the
following questions.
Why would you like to tutor at the Athletic Study Center?
In the subjects you feel qualified to tutor, detail your tutoring and teaching experience:
What do you feel are the major difficulties students experience in your subject area?
Please attach your most recent undergraduate and/or graduate transcripts and return to the Tutorial
Coordinator:
Tony Mirabelli, Ph.D.
176 Chavez Center
Berkeley, CA 94720-4220
510) 643-8517
[email protected]
Thank you for your interest. You will be contacted if we wish to schedule an interview.
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