The mission of the tutoring program is to provide high-quality tutoring at Hancock that enriches learning opportunities for both Hamline University and Hancock Elementary students. Hancock students and teachers gain extra support in the classroom, while Hamline students learn what it’s like to work in the field of Education. Hamline students can earn money through Federal Work-Study funds.
All new tutors are required to attend an orientation and four In-the-Mix trainings over the course of a semester to develop and further improve their tutoring and leadership skills. In-the-mix trainings focus on issues of race and class so tutors have the opportunity to learn more and discuss experiences in the schools and larger community surrounding these topics.
Each tutor’s schedule will depend on her/his availability. However,
once a schedule is set, tutors will need to commit to the same weekly
schedule for the entire semester.
- Be enrolled at Hamline University
- Have Federal Work Study (6450)
- Be committed to making a difference in the lives of youth
- Be reliable and responsible