I worked at Sul Ross State University part-time (More than a year)
They care about you, not only as an employer, but as a student as well. They only ask that you care as well. You get to meet and work with a diverse group of people. Promotion is encouraged and expected. You hone your skills in whatever subject you tutor in. It provides a low pressure workplace for those students with an otherwise stressful schedule.
Sometimes you can go hours without getting a single person come in for tutoring. Some people come in for tutoring because they are forced, and the lack of effort shows their desire to be there. It's a student job, so there isn't much pay, and the promotions don't come with raises.
Advice to Management
Maybe have a print out of the rules of the tutoring center available to the tutees, so the tutors won't have to spend time repeating them.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Sul Ross State University (Alpine, TX) in September 2016.
There were two people interviewed at a time. We were asked about our commitment and character. Our answers were gauged as well as our attitude throughout. hospitable people were brought aboard. There is an understanding of trust between management and the tutors, as well as between the tutors themselves.
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