Cindy Porter | Program Manager, Higher Ed Pathways/Cal-SOAP
441-3973 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Erika Lanning | Cal-SOAP Tutor Services Technician
441-2006 | email@example.com
Cal-SOAP recognizes that academic success in school will provide more options for students after high school. Academic tutors undergo a comprehensive training process to work with students in schools. Tutors are responsible for providing intensive, one-on-one or small group academic enrichment session to assist students in their core classes and other academic skills.
Cal-SOAP is currently recruiting college students to work part time in the local middle and high schools, in Del Norte and Humboldt Counties, as Academic and College Access Tutors for the academic school year. Pay starts at $14/hour. Paid training is provided, and we will work around your school schedule. This is great experience for anyone planning to go into teaching, social work, youth advocacy or other field that involves working with adolescent children. Apply today and make a difference in the lives of the students you work with!
Tutors meet with students in classrooms, afterschool homework centers or in college/career centers and provide academic tutoring and/or college/career advisement. They encourage students to be academically successful and to set realistic goals for pursuing higher education. Tutors are supervised by Site Coordinators, usually a high school counselor or other administrator, and overseen by a Cal-SOAP College and Career Services Technician.
Tutoring Sites include: Crescent Elk Middle School, Del Norte High School, Eureka High School, Ferndale Elementary, Ferndale High School, Fortuna Middle School, Toddy Thomas Middle School, Fortuna Union High School, South Bay Charter, Hoopa Valley High School, McKinleyville Middle School, Pacific Union Elementary School, Sunny Brae Middle School, Six Rivers Charter School, Arcata High School, Zane Middle School, and Zoe Barnum High School.