Campus Writing Center


Job Opportunities

Part-time employment/Tutors 
(2 Available)

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Review of applications will be ongoing. Copy of most recent transcript should accompany resume.






QCC Campus Writing Center (CWC)


Wages $12.26/hr. to $16.48/hr., commensurate with academic degree



 Provide one-to-one and/or small group tutoring to QCC students in English, literature, cross-curricular Writing-Intensive courses, exit-from-remediation CATW exam preparation, and all writing-related coursework; support writing-related needs of ESL students; participate in weekly training sessions.


  Required: Minimum of 24 earned credits, GPA of 3.4 or above, grade of A- or better in EN101 and 102 (English Composition I & II) or equivalent course, as well as in any other English or writing-related course for which you wish to be considered; ability to explain English grammar to students is strongly preffered; excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

 Preferred: Prior one-to-one and/or small group tutoring experience; Associates degree and above; familiarity with critical thinking skills, learning styles, Writing Across the Curriculum, educational technology, disability issues and/or ESL issues.

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Send resume with cover letter to:

 Tutor Coordinator

 Campus Writing Center, Library Building, Rm. L-118

 Queensborough Community College

 222-05 56th Avenue

 Bayside, NY 11364


Review of applications will be ongoing. Copy of most recent transcript should accompany resume or application form (available at the Campus Writing Center).






E-tutors are hired from the current pool of in-center Campus Writing Center tutors.

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