DEADLINE: NSTAMP Peer Tutors Application for the Winter Semester
Apply for NSTAMP Peer Tutoring for the winter semester
Are you looking to upgrade your resume or develop your leadership skills? Did you get an’A’on a course and want to help other students study to succeed as well?
You’re in luck! Nursing Students Tutoring, Ambassadorship and Mentorship Programs (NSTAMP) has Peer Tutor positions open.
We are looking for energetic, knowledgeable and team-orientedvolunteersto join us in Winter 2021 term to assist nursing students have a successful experience while at York University. Solidify your own knowledge by supporting students one-on-one, preparing study material and facilitating study sessions!
This is a great opportunity where you will benefit from:
Developing leadership skills through tailored training programs
Expanding professional networks with professors, staff and peers
Sharpening interpersonal skills through sharing your wisdom and experience
Increasing volunteer hours on your YU-Connect co-curricular record
Obtaining transferable skills for your resume (leadership, interpersonal, etc)
Enhancing your own knowledge about York resources and services
NSTAMP Peer Tutors are upper-year students who have excelled and completed the course requirement to tutor students who are currently taking the course with an overall of an “A”.
Roles and responsibilities of Peer Tutors:
Must offer drop-in/online sessions for a minimum of 1-hour weekly
Can tutor up to three courses
Must contribute to creating NSTAMP tutoring material (such as mock exam and quizzes) for nursing courses
Must get materials and teaching content approved by course directors and professors prior to publishing online
Actively engage with students and tutees on club Facebook account
1-hour bi-weekly meetings with Peer Tutor Coordinator
Must have an overall GPA of B+ and an A in the course being focused on.
In addition to the above, the benefits of being a NSTAMP Peer Ambassador include:
Consideration for the Calumet and Stong Colleges Peer Leader Award(s) if you complete your duties
Consideration for a Letter of Recommendation if you exceed College Heads’ expectations (going above and beyond the call of duty)
Preferred Consideration for Paid Work-Study Opportunities based on your performance
Exclusive Access to Professional Training Sessions