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Math Tutor Job Description

Sprout and S.T.E.M. is a nonprofit led by young professionals, including medical students attending the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The organization offers various opportunities for paid service work and research. Further, these roles are robust with experiential learning and will improve your readiness for the workforce or graduate/medical school.


Sprout and S.T.E.M. is hiring tutors in algebra and geometry for the 2022-2023 academic year.


Pay: $12.25/hour and reimbursement for travel expenses.


Schedule: Sessions are hosted twice per week at The Met School in Providence from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Tutors are required to attend at least one session per week over an eight-week span in the fall from early October through late November.


Requirements: Prior tutoring experience and a sound understanding of algebra and/or geometry.


Research: This position includes the opportunity to conduct an independent research project, for which you could receive primary authorship.


Personal growth and networking: You will further develop important core competencies, such as Service Orientation, Cultural Competence, Verbal Communication, and Social Skills. You will also join a network of medical students, as well as pre-health students from Brown University, the University of Rhode Island, and Rhode Island College.

Applicants should email noor_kouki@sproutandstem.org with a resume and a brief introduction describing their background and the nature of their interest in the position.

Roadmap for Tutors



Sprout and S.T.E.M. has tailored a roadmap to support tutors who are interested in joining the organization for the duration of their undergraduate study. This roadmap showcases how students can become progressively more involved by taking on more substantial roles, learning each level of the organization along the way.


After serving as a tutor in years one and two, you will design and conduct an independent research project in year three as a Research Assistant.  


By year four you will have the opportunity to earn academic credit by interning on a part-time basis as an administrator, making you eligible to apply for a seat on the organization's Board of Directors. 


As you become more involved in the organization and take on new roles, you will meet a different set of core competencies that will build your resumé and prepare you for your professional aspirations.


Moreover, the work you do with Sprout and S.T.E.M. will provide a plethora of unique experiences and valuable talking points that will help you stand out during interviews with employers and admissions committees.

Roadmap for Tutors