America Reads Tutor #35586

Teacher Education

Work Study


Category: Work Study

Position Type: Student Work Study Hourly

Open until filled

Work Hours: 11 Hours per week

Wage: $8.25 per hour

Location: Cedar City, UT


Tutor struggling students at local elementary schools for approximately 11 hours per week during the regular school day (9:00 am-3:00 pm). This is under the direction of the individual school reading specialists.

There is also the option of working for AmeriCorps at the same time which allows you to make more money for the same job. America Reads members are the ONLY students that can be PAID to tutor AND receive an AmeriCorps Education Award when you complete 300 or 450 hours in ONE YEARS TIME!


Interested applicants must clear a full Utah State Board of Education FBI background check. They should be good readers and have an ability to work with struggling readers in public schools. Preference will be given to previous employees and elementary education majors. Must have a 3.0 or higher cum GPA and qualify for work study.

Only those committed to working the full 30+ hours per semester need apply--students and reading specialists count on your help. Students in the Elementary Block or Student Teaching/internships cannot fill the commitment for this job.

Please check with the Financial Aid department to make sure you qualify for work study before you apply as the funding for this position is paid from work study monies only.

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