Thank you for your interest in the Community Volunteer Tutoring Program! Typically, our volunteers work during one-to-one or group sessions in the campus Learning Center at the campus of their choice - Eastern, Metropolitan, Western, Westshore, Corporate College West, and Brunswick University Center.
We welcome volunteers with backgrounds in all academic areas, particularly math, chemistry, and biology. Feel free to review the Course Catalog for course descriptions and more information about the degrees offered at Tri-C.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer tutor, please complete the Volunteer Tutor Application. Once the application has been submitted, you will be contacted. At that time we will answer any questions you may have and set up an appointment to meet. At that meeting we will match your skills and area of interest with our student's needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of subjects may I tutor?
We are looking for tutors in all areas of study, but our predominant need is for Math, Biology, and Chemistry tutors (e.g., Intermediate Algebra, Principles of Biology, Biological Chemistry, and General Chemistry).
Where do I meet with students?
Each campus has their own Learning Center or tutoring area. You will meet with students at the campus of your choice in the designated tutoring area.
How many hours do I need to commit to tutoring?
Our volunteer tutoring hours are flexible! Need and availability will be discussed depending on which campus you would like to serve as a volunteer.
What kind of training do I need to be a tutor?
You will complete half day of training as well as a shadow period with an Instructional Specialist or staff tutor. Any time spent tutoring will be done on a volunteer basis.
What is my role as a tutor?
As a tutor is it your role to aid students in the learning process. You will have the responsibility of structuring the tutoring session, and reinforcing the student’s method or style of applying a particular concept. You will be working side-by-side with our professional tutors and Instructional Specialists.
When do I find out if I am a tutor?
Once you complete the Volunteer Tutor Application, you will be contacted. At that time we will answer any questions you may have and set up an appointment to meet. At that meeting we will match your skills and area of interest with our student's needs.