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Tutor Hiring Information

Becoming a Tutor

Thank you for your interest in tutoring at SBCC. There are two types of tutors: Drop-in (General) and Gateway.

Drop-in (General) tutors work with a department and have prearranged drop-in tutoring hours. All students needing help in a specific subject visit that tutor during his/her tutoring hours.

Gateway tutors work with a specific instructor and class. Instructors screen and select their Gateway Tutors the majority of which are former students of that class. You can visit the SBCC web site online class schedule at sbcc.edu/classes and look at the online class schedule for the subjects that you feel competent to tutor. To see if a Gateway instructor would like to hire you as a tutor, you would need to contact the instructor directly. Instructor contact information can be found online using the search function.

If a department tutor supervisor or Gateway instructor wants to hire you, the next step would be to begin the hiring process.  

Tutors will not be approved to work until the hiring process is complete.

Hiring Process 

 
Fall 2020
 
The priority hiring period for Fall begins on July 1st 2020 and ends on Friday Sept. 4th 2020.

 

All tutors are screened and selected by Instructors or Tutor Supervisors. 

After being selected, all new and returning tutors will need to submit a Tutor Semester Assignment Form.

  • Informational Flowchart

    Step 1: Please visit the Tutorial Center website to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form.

    **In order to access the online form, you will first have to sign into Pipeline then open a new tab in the same web browser.**

    Information you will need to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form  includes the following:

    •   SBCC username and password.
    •   SBCC K number.
    •   If you were selected to be a Gateway/SI/PAL/Brain tutor (course embedded tutor), you will need to have the course(s) and CRN(s).
    •   You will need to know when you last worked as a tutor at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know the total number of units you are enrolled at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know whether you received an award for Federal Work-Study.

     

    Step 2:  Prospective tutor completes an employee packet emailed by Human Resources. Identification documents (see next page) will be required to complete the hiring paperwork. The prospective tutor completes all paperwork with Human Resources (including a TB Assessment/Test and if a non-student a live-scan). Once completed, the prospective tutor will upload the documents into a secured link (provided with instructions from Human Resources). Please note: Once on-campus service resumes, you will have 3 days to present your identification documents again to Human Resources in-person to comply with U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guidelines. You will be notified by HR before on-campus service resumes.

    Documents you should bring to Human Resources

    Step 3: Once you have completed everything with Human Resources, the Tutorial Center Coordinator will contact you with options for tutor training. Information on Tutor Training.

  • Informational Flowchart

    Step 1: Please visit the Tutorial Center website to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form.

    **In order to access the online form, you will first have to sign into Pipeline then open a new tab in the same web browser.**

    Information you will need to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form  includes the following:

    •   SBCC username and password.
    •   SBCC K number.
    •   If you were selected to be a Gateway/SI/PAL/Brain tutor (course embedded tutor), you will need to have the course(s) and CRN(s).
    •   You will need to know when you last worked as a tutor at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know the total number of units you are enrolled at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know whether you received an award for Federal Work-Study.

     

    Step 2: The Tutorial Center Coordinator will verify your training status and you should monitor your pipeline email for additional information.

    Step 3: If you do not have the correct tutor training for the assignment that you have been selected to tutor, you will receive an email from the Tutorial Center Coordinator that contains the available options to complete the required tutor training.

  • Informational Flowchart

    Step 1: Please visit the Tutorial Center website to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form.

    **In order to access the online form, you will first have to sign into Pipeline then open a new tab in the same web browser.**

    Information you will need to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form  includes the following:

    •   SBCC username and password.
    •   SBCC K number.
    •   If you were selected to be a Gateway/SI/PAL/Brain tutor (course embedded tutor), you will need to have the course(s) and CRN(s).
    •   You will need to know when you last worked as a tutor at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know the total number of units you are enrolled at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know whether you received an award for Federal Work-Study.

     

    Step 2: The Tutorial Center Coordinator will verify your training status and you should monitor your pipeline email for additional information.

    Step 3: If you do not have the correct tutor training for the assignment that you have been selected to tutor, you will receive an email from the Tutorial Center Coordinator that contains the available options to complete the required tutor training.

  • Informational Flowchart

    Step 1: Please visit the Tutorial Center website to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form.

    **In order to access the online form, you will first have to sign into Pipeline then open a new tab in the same web browser.**

    Information you will need to complete the Tutor Semester Assignment Form  includes the following:

    •   SBCC username and password.
    •   SBCC K number.
    •   If you were selected to be a Gateway/SI/PAL/Brain tutor (course embedded tutor), you will need to have the course(s) and CRN(s).
    •   You will need to know when you last worked as a tutor at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know the total number of units you are enrolled at SBCC.
    •   If you are a student, you will need to know whether you received an award for Federal Work-Study.

     

    Step 2:  Prospective tutor completes an employee packet emailed by Human Resources. Identification documents (see next page) will be required to complete the hiring paperwork. The prospective tutor completes all paperwork with Human Resources (including a TB Assessment/Test and if a non-student a live-scan). Once completed, the prospective tutor will upload the documents into a secured link (provided with instructions from Human Resources). Please note: Once on-campus service resumes, you will have 3 days to present your identification documents again to Human Resources in-person to comply with U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guidelines. You will be notified by HR before on-campus service resumes.

    Documents you should bring  to Human Resources

    Step 3: Once you have completed everything with Human Resources, the Tutorial Center Coordinator will contact you with options for tutor training. Information on Tutor Training.

As a reminder, you will not be cleared to begin working until an EPAF is completed and a timesheet is created.