Writing Center Tutor Jobs

Writing Center Tutors work one-on-one with students to assist them in improving their skills as writers. The primary tasks for a tutor are tutoring and keeping accurate records of tutorials completed.

If this sounds like the job for you, please fill out the form below and submit. You can also contact the Writing Center Director, Christine Olding, at oldingc@trine.edu 

Please, no abbreviations.

Referral
Working as a Writing Center Tutor generally requires one of your freshmen English/composition professors to recommend you. Please enter their name below. If you don't remember your freshmen English/composition professor's name, check our faculty/staff listing. If you came in with AP credit or there are other extenuating circumstances, enter "NA" here.

Provide a writing sample of 500 words or less

Job Position
Please, read carefully. There are three types of positions available at the Writing Center. Read the descriptions and choose the one that best fits you, or simply select "Unsure" and we can discuss later.

  • Work Study
    Tutors work up to 10 paid hours per week. You must be Work Study eligible (based on family finances) for this option.
  • Non-Work Study
    Tutors work up to 10 paid hours per week. There are a limited number of non-work study positions available.
  • Consultant Interns
    Interns work 2-4 unpaid hours per week. Interns enroll in ENG 411L and earn internship credit for their time in the Writing Center.

Submit Application
Please, reread over your information above before clicking the "Submit" button below.