Information for Prospective Tutors

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Tutors & SCR

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Simply put, Leverett is the best House at Harvard (admittedly we're biased), and the best place to be a Resident Tutor. From Dining Hall Movies to Physics Nights to the Donut Bash, Leverett is a fun, supportive and lively community. Resident tutors play a critical role in making this possible. They invest in the lives of undergraduates, serving as advisors, counselors, committee members and active participants in House life.

Being a resident tutor is a significant commitment of time and energy, but it is also very rewarding. We are looking for resident tutors who are committed to improving undergraduate life and will spend quality time with our students. The best way to get information about resident tutoring in Leverett House is by looking at the Resident Tutor Handbook on the web page. This will give you a good idea of what we expect from our resident tutors. You will also find that browsing the web page more broadly will give you a great deal of information about life at Leverett.

Note that Leverett Resident Tutor all have several responsibilities. We do not hire tutors ONLY to do pre-law or pre-med, and so on. Conversely, we do not have fixed numbers of tutors in these positions, so it makes no sense to ask if we have openings. Apply if you think you might love it.

Application: If you decide to apply you should do so online with the college-wide resident tutor application page. Email and snail-mail applications will not be accepted. It is best to complete your application by late January because we will interview strong candidates in February and make offers at the end of February and early March.