Resident Tutor

Job Type

Part Time


Minimum: $1,575
Maximum: $1,575
Details: Monthly Stipend



Start Date


Application Deadline



PO BOX 8091
United States


Radnor A Better Chance

The Radnor Chapter of A Better Chance (ABC), a nationwide program providing educational opportunities for academically talented students of color, is seeking Resident Tutors/Mentors for the spring semester of the current academic year. Hired tutor would have the possibility of staying on through the 2019-2020 academic year. Our program, located in Wayne, PA houses 10 male and female students from across the country, as well as a resident director and three resident academic tutors. Move in would be in December or January.

This position provides a private room, board, and a stipend for 10 months, in exchange for part-time hours.

The job begins in January (although the tutor can move into the house at the end of December) and continues through the academic year. This position can be held with daytime employment or while attending graduate school.

Responsibilities Include:

--Tutoring in all academic areas. We especially need those with strong knowledge of high school math, science, writing, and Spanish.

--Supervising study hall Sunday - Thursday evenings from 7:00 - 9:00 PM.

--Participation in weekday dinners (6:00 – 7:00 PM).

--Supervising and “closing” the house at least one night a week and one weekend a month.

--Participating in and helping organize recreational house activities.

--Taking responsibility for fostering a family-like atmosphere in the house.

--Creating a welcoming and supportive atmosphere. --Showing interest in the student’s extracurricular activities and interests by attending plays, sporting events, school functions, etc., whenever possible.

--The tutors are expected to maintain an appropriate standard of behavior, demonstrating a respect for the integrity of each scholar and staff member, as well as a concern for the overall welfare of the program.

--Must live in the house.


--College graduate (or Spring 2019/Winter 2020 graduation date)

--Background in academic subject matter/tutoring

--Experience working with teenagers

--Maturity and the ability to enforce house rules

--Warmth and good interpersonal skills

--Car, driver’s license, and clean driving record a plus

We are located in Wayne, PA near the town center and the Wayne Train Station. For more information about out program, please visit:


room and board plus a monthly stipend

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to: