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Job application




  • Hourly tutors are hired on an as-needed, ongoing basis. Interested applicants may pick up an application packet at Tutorial Services front counter or download it. All the forms must be completed before they will be considered. Due to the confidential nature of applicants' information, it is advisable that applicants deliver their completed packets in person.

    • pdf icon Tutor Application Packet
    •  Attach a copy of your transcript (unofficial is accepted)
    •  Attach writing sample, preferably with instructor comments (for writing tutor applicants only)
    •  New tutors are required to complete tutor training courses. For more information on tutor courses, click here



  • If you are interested in a Supplemental Instruction leader position, please go to si.mtsac.edu for more information.


Since October 2006, the first (federally defined) year of a five-year grant, a team of faculty leaders, classified staff, and administrators has been diligently implementing the Title V Hispanic Serving Institutions grant focusing on increasing student success and retention in reading, writing, and use of integrated support services. A list of the grant personnel and steering committee members is included on page 7 of this newsletter. The Title V team enthusiastically shares encouraging progress in counseling initiatives, learning communities expansion, increased faculty development, tutoring expansion, and integration between instruction and support services and among support services. An underlying principle of this grant effort is integration of initiatives with programs, services, and classrooms so that students reach the services they need as early as possible. Another grant emphasis is expanded faculty development in learning communities, awareness of readability and reading strategies, and developmental education pedagogies. The grant has also provided technological tools to support these activities.

Title V Newsletter

pdf icon August 2011

pdf icon February 2010

pdf icon March 2009

pdf icon February 2007

Developmental Education Web Resources

  • pdf icon LARC Assignment/Project Notification

    This form should be completed by faculty who desire LARC personnel support for activities that students will be assigned during their period in the center. If you are submitting this online, please send the completed form to Martha at mlopez@mtsac.edu