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CUE recruits, hires and trains MSU Denver students to serve as tutors and enrichment instructors in the afterschool program, academic tutors for Credit Recovery during the summer and as mentors for the 9th Grade College Readiness Camp..Ver esta página en español
We are currently hiring mentors, tutors and site coordinators for our afterschool programs which begin in September. Apply Today!
Becoming a Tutor with the MSU Denver Afterschool Program:
Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Center for Urban Education (CUE) is seeking Mentors, Academic Intervention Tutors, and Enrichment Program Facilitators for the MSU Denver Afterschool program that are offered in Denver Public Schools identified as high-needs: Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College. The MSU Denver Afterschool Program serves urban youth through four primary goals: (1) Increase academic achievement in mathematics, reading, and writing; (2) Increase school participation and engagement; (3) Increase college and career readiness; (4) Increase parent engagement in their child’s educational journey.
Starting hourly rate: $18/hour
Benefits of Participation:
For more information please contact Janelle Henderson, Director, at 303-615-1127 or [email protected]
Becoming a Summer Camp Mentor:
The Center for Urban Education at the Metropolitan State University of Denver hires college student mentors who will support summer campers in active engagement in sessions that are focused on integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art or Mathematics (STEAM) and Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Oral Language) with critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork.
Session Dates/Hourly Rate:
Primary Roles and Responsibilities:
The goals for the CUE Summer Camps are to motivate participating students to care about their learning and build their aspirations for college and career attainment. Mentors will collaborate with college professors to support instruction during classes. Mentors will serve as the primary adviser, counselor, and cheerleader to students, including:
For more information please contact Janelle Henderson, Director, at 303-615-1127 or jhende28[email protected]
Becoming a DPS Credit Recovery Tutor:
The Center for Urban Education (CUE) at Metropolitan State University of Denver and the Denver Public Schools (DPS) are collaborating on credit recovery programs during the school year at George Washington High School and during the summer at the regional summer school program. The programs will focus on intervention support and credit recovery in mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies for high school students. CUE will be hiring 30 tutors for DPS’ Summer Credit Recovery Program in April and May of 2023.
CUE is currently hiring credit recovery tutors for George Washington HS for a program that happens during the school day. Hours and times are flexible.
MSU Denver students in all discipline areas may apply, however, we are seeking students with academic backgrounds and content experience in Algebra I and II, Geometry I and II, reading strategies, American Literature, Science courses such as Biology, Chemistry and Earth Science; and Social Studies courses such as U.S. History, Geography, World History.
For more information please contact Janelle Henderson, Director, at 303-615-1127or [email protected]
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