The Campus Academic Resource Program (CARP) is a component of the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning (DUEAP) Tutoring Services. CARP is a free tutorial and academic support program at San Francisco State University (SF State), open to all SF State undergraduate students.
• Provide tutoring services for undergraduate students seeking assistance with undergraduate level business and math courses.
• Facilitate tutorial sessions with individual students or small groups.
• Prepare academic support workshops or projects that focus on concepts relating to business.
• Present academic support workshops, which may occur outside of the scheduled 14 hours.
• Have and maintain a minimum all university GPA of 3.0 and a 3.0 in the major discipline.
• Preferably be an upper division or graduate SF State student.
• Have completed the following courses (or equivalent courses from other universities), and passed them with a grade of B or better:
• College Algebra (MATH 60/70)
• Business Calculus (DS 110 or Math 110)
• Business Statistics I (DS 212)
• Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT 100)
• Introduction to Managerial Accounting (ACCT 101)
• All other business and math courses listed on transcripts will also be taken into consideration.
• Be patient and willing to support students.
• Be able to empathically and interactively communicate with others.
• Be able to speak in front of a class of students.
• International students must refer to SF State’s policies for hiring international students.
• Business Finance (FIN 350) (Preference)
• Operations Management (DS 412) (Preference)
Please submit the following to the Math, Science, and Business Unit Coordinator (either in person at HSS 346 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org):
• A cover letter.
• A resume that clearly articulates skills relevant to the successful execution of the Business Tutor position.
• Unofficial college transcripts from all institutions you have attended.
• The Student Work Availability Form (found on Jobs page of the CARP website).
• During Summer Session, Applicant must be available to work between 12 to 20 hours/week during CARP’s regular tutoring hours (Monday – Thursday 10am –
• During Fall 2016 and Spring 2016, applicant must be available to work at least 12 hours/week during CARP’s Regular Tutoring Hours (Monday-Thursday 4pm- 8pm,
and Friday 11am – 2pm) and 2 hours/week outside of CARP’s Regular Tutoring Hours
• Applicants must also have additional availability outside of their tutoring hours and class schedule in order to present academic support workshops and projects.
• Preference is given to applicants who are able to work for more than one semesters. Please submit all application materials in separate documents in either PDF or Word format.