Self-sufficient atmosphere, self-direction required
Economics Tutor (Current Employee) – De Pere, WI – October 22, 2015
As a tutor, you are provided with little information. You are instructed to read a handbook, meet with a director who gives you more reading material, and then you begin to receive students. There is little to no direction given, and the first sessions you must totally wing it. There is no structure, no direction, nor any supervision. They want you to develop students as independent learners, but little direction is given on how to do that. For some, this is a good thing. Independent people can thrive as tutors and construct a system for themselves which serves students best. For more passive individuals, becoming a tutor at SNC could be very overwhelming and frustrating.