Want to be an AARC Tutor?
You need to have a caring disposition and an A or B in the subject you want to tutor in. We usually hire at the end of the semester as needed for the upcoming semester.
- Review our programs to identify which program interests you
- Go to careers.sfasu.edu
- Use Search Postings to find the AARC
- If you have not used the system before, you will need to apply as a New Applicant
- If you have used the system before, you can sign-in with your SFA User Name and Password to apply
- Near the end of the application, be sure to check your special instructions
- For example, the Writing Student Assistant may need to submit a writing sample
- Follow up with the Program Director of the program you want by visiting the AARC in person
“The AARC has given me the opportunity to grow so much as a leader, a student and an individual…My position has allowed me to push myself, challenge my ideas and find new ways to teach.”
“It’s not just about being able to tutor someone about a subject. It’s about being able to mentor and inspire other students, and it’s the most rewarding feeling to see them excel and incorporate the things they learned during our sessions.”
“I have learned so much and gained so much confidence from working at the AARC. I can’t help but feel like a superhero every time I come to work.”
“I truly enjoy working with my coworkers and with my program director. It’s a wonderful thing to be able to go around campus and have people recognize you from helping them with a class. I take pride in working at the AARC.”
"It was through the AARC that I learned how to make unlikely friends and lasting relationships with tutors, clients and program directors! Because of this, I was able to speak out in classes, go after jobs I wanted and make new acquaintances."
"Both my listening and communication skills have improved substantially over the past year and a half as a result of engaging with my clients."
"Public speaking is no longer as intimidating to me. I am a lot more comfortable in front of a large group of people."
"I also have become more adaptable and flexible throughout my time with the AARC."
"I learned the true meaning of patience and empathy."
"I hadn’t found my place here at SFA, and the AARC helped me find that place."
"I gained the confidence to speak in front of groups of people."
"The AARC has taught me that how good you are at something is not defined by how naturally it comes to you but by how willing you are to work for it."
"The specialty of the AARC is to help you recognize your true strengths."
"I have grown from someone who was unsure of my abilities into someone who is confident."
"I know that I am truly never alone here at the AARC."
"What the AARC has taught me goes far beyond any diploma."
"They say the key to living a fulfilling life rests in finding that one thing that gets you out of bed in the morning — that one thing that pushes you to work harder, do more and be happier. For me, that thing is my job as an AARC tutor."
"I have learned the importance of time management, meeting deadlines and realized just how far that in-depth planning can take me."
"I learned to apply the same skills I gained from planning my sessions into planning my life."
"The AARC has forced me to grow in ways I never knew I needed and offered me more than I could ever give back."
"Tutoring reinforced my ability to communicate articulately, reasonably and creatively."
"I already feel more comfortable about my future and working in a professional setting as a result of my tutoring experience here at the AARC."
"The AARC has made me a better motivator not only to my clients, but also to the people around me."