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Academic Success Center

Tutoring, Academic Coaching, Test Reviews, & More!

About: Do you exhibit outstanding knowledge and skills in a particular subject? Do you have a natural predisposition for working with students? Do you have good communication skills and personality traits to work with diverse populations? Do you enjoy helping peers achieve academic success? Then, you may be just who we need!

Subjects: Peer Tutors can apply for (but may not be selected for) as many subjects as they want. To be approved to tutor in certain subjects, the ASC Tutor Lab Manager takes into account grades (B or higher), skills assessments, and instructor recommendations. Our highest demands are for Writing/English and Math. We also have demands for science tutors (biology, chemistry, physics, etc.) and business tutors (accounting, computer applications, economics, etc.), but welcome tutors in other subjects as well (history, humanities, social sciences, Spanish, medical coding/billing, etc).

English Math Science Business Other subjects
History Algebra Anatomy & Physiology Accounting Spanish
Humanities Liberal Arts Math Astronomy Computer Applications Medical Billing/Coding
Literature Precalculus / Calculus Biology Economics etc.
Social Sciences Statistics Chemistry Finance  
Speech Trigonometry Physics Management  

Job Description:

Qualifications and application process are below the following document.

Peer Tutor Job Application

Application

Physical applications are available in the Tutor Lab Manager's office in Building 4 (Library). Call 850-973-9411 or email BrockJa@nfc.edu.

Digital applications are available below. Download, complete (click "enable editing"), save, and then email the application below to the Tutor Lab Manager at BrockJa@nfc.edu. Sending in an application from your NFC email is considered valid, so a signature is not required (you can just type your name in the signature field instead).

NEW Applicants:  Tutor Application RE-Applicants:  Tutor Re-application

If you do not have Microsoft Word to fill out the application, watch our video tutorial to learn how to download Microsoft Word for free.