Student Employment -Academic Foundations-Mathematics Tutor

United states, Rochester
3 months ago
Part Time
Monroe Community College
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4.3| ||Part-time|7 hours ago| Full Job Description Category: Student Employment Department: Academic Foundations Locations: Rochester, NY Posted: Jun 21, 2021 Closes: Aug 23, 2021 - 11:59 PM EDT Type: Other Position ID: 131844 Job Description: Summary and Purpose of the Position: Reporting to the Director of Learning Support Systems, Peer Mathematics Tutors are current MCC students who work with other students to help them to develop effective learning strategies and to become self-regulated le...Read more

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