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Job Description Summary
The main objective of a HOLOMUA TUTOR is to thoroughly prepare high school students to take the ACT exam, learning all the methods, techniques and practices in each subject (Math, Science, Reading, and Writing) that will help each student to successfully pass the exam with a satisfactory composite score. This position will help to develop and curate test prep materials for the students who are selected to enroll in the program
This individual may also assist as a peer student counselor/mentor for the HOLOMUA program, a 6- day college preparation program that occurs during the Summer break. The program aims to prepare and inform students of the educational benefits and expectations of students who enroll at BYU-Hawaii.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Tutor Holomua students in ACT preparation.
- Provide daily workshops for Holomua students in Math, Science, Reading and Writing.
- Assist with ACT test preparation
- Be willing to share educational, social, and spiritual benefits of BYU-Hawaii
- Help assist with the HOLOMUA program (i.e. workshops, activities)
- Work cooperatively with staff and administration throughout the development of the program
- Attend all training meetings with staff
- Help communicate to parents and all stakeholders concerning the program details
- Provide direction and guidance for youth participants
Qualifications and Experience
- Experience in tutoring, counseling and or mentoring youth
- ACT composite score of 25+
- Majors in English, Science, Math, Political Science, Psychology, and Education
- Second-year in college, sophomore-standing, or older
- Return missionary
- Demonstrate leadership abilities and organizational skills
- Possess excellent management and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with students, parents, families, and other stakeholders
- Excellent time management skills are essential
- Deal diplomatically with people and problems
- Possess exceptional communication skills both orally and in writing
- Creative and willing to develop programs and projects
- Ability to work flexible hours as needed
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Program Director/Coordinator
Students selected for the position will need to do the following:
- Clearance Form
- Request time off from any current job for the scheduled 6 week.
- Keep track of your hours during prep/training week that it does not exceed permitted weekly hours.