Open Non-Resident Tutor Positions

Non-Resident Tutor Positions Available in Dudley Community

 

Dudley is seeking non-resident tutors/advisers for our undergraduate population for the 2022-2023 academic year. Our undergraduate population includes off-campus students, students at the Dudley Co-op, and Visiting Undergraduate Students (VUS).  We invite applications from graduate students or Lecturers with previous teaching and advising experience at Harvard, an interest in the advising of non-traditional students, and a desire to join a vibrant undergraduate student community. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

 

Applicants should:

  • Prepare  a resume or CV with the filename in the form Lastname.Firstname.CV.doc or .pdf (e.g. Smith.Jane.CV.doc)
  • Fill out the Dudley Tutor Application Form 2022-23 online - you will be able to submit your CV and any cover letter in that form as well as provide some basic info AND
  • If you are unable to submit via the form, please email us at both ududley@fas.harvard.edu and dudleyhousedean@fas.harvard.edu using subject line: Dudley Tutor Application.   

 

 

Open Non-Resident Tutor roles (some of these roles may be combined):

 

Pre-Law Adviser and Non-Resident or VUS Tutor (0 open position available for 2022-23):

The pre-law tutor advises the few pre-law students in the House, in particular serving as a sounding board for students considering law school and giving feedback on personal statements. The pre-law tutor also assists the Fellowships tutor with reviewing and ranking the college-wide Rhodes and Marshall applications in late August. In addition, this tutor is an adviser to several off-campus or visiting undergraduates, serving as a sounding board for students on course choice, signing crimson carts (for visiting undergraduates only) and helping them adjust to life at Harvard. The Pre-Law Adviser and Non-Resident or VUS Tutor earns $2,000 per year plus a 3-meal/week meal plan.

 

Pre-medical Adviser (1 open position available for 2022-23):

The pre-medical adviser counsels Dudley's pre-med students (some of which are alums), serving as a sounding board for students considering law school, giving feedback on their personal statements, and drafting Committee letters for pre-med candidates in consultation with the Resident Dean. The adviser will plan group events and attend meals to talk informally with students about the pre-med path as well as meet with students individually.  The pre-med adviser attends the designated meetings during College-wide Tutor Training and as needed during the rest of the year and liaise with the pre-med staff in Office of Career Services. The ideal candidate will have a medical degree or be in later stages of obtaining one, and have experience advising or mentoring undergraduate students. MD/PhD students welcome to apply! The pre-med adviser will earn $500 per year and is  eligible for meals with students. (This position can be combined with other adviser or tutor positions at Dudley).

 

Fellowships Adviser (0 positions available for 2022-23):

The responsibilities of the Fellowships Advisers include communicating and conducting programming with students about fellowships opportunities, helping students plan their applications and prepare their personal statements, managing the prize selection process and writing fellowship and prize nomination letters.  The Fellowships advisers read (and if there are additional readers, also oversee the reading of) all of the competitive Fellowships applications across all Houses and evaluates them as Dudley's contribution to the College-wide endorsement process in late August.  This person may also conduct academic integrity workshops and coordinate writing workshops at the beginning of each semester aimed at our students more broadly. The stipend is $1250 per year plus a 3-meal/week meal plan.

Sophomore Adviser/Advising Coordinator (1 positions available for 2022-23):

The sophomore adviser is the academic and personal adviser for all off-campus and Dudley Co-op sophomores (approximately 8-12 students). The sophomore adviser approves the sophomores’ crimson carts in the fall term and works with them as they are deciding on their concentrations. In spring, the sophomore adviser checks in on each sophomore and helps them in deciding if they chose the right path and to connect them to resources for academic pursuits. The sophomore adviser organizes meetings and informal gatherings for sophomores over the course of the year and works with the Resident Dean to plan Sophomore Re-orientation and Outing in the Fall.  The sophomore adviser liaises with the Advising Programs Office to ensure all sophomore advising duties are met across Dudley. This adviser also assists the Dudley co-op tutors with some events at the Co-op. The sophomore adviser earns $2,000 per year plus a 3 meal/week meal plan.

In the event that there are more than 12 sophomores, additional sophomore advisers will be hired. One adviser  will take on Sophomore Advising Coordinator duties, including pairing students and advisers and ensuring all sophomore advisers have relevant information to  be effective advisers. This may include an additional stipend.

Visiting Undergraduate Adviser (multiple positions available for 2022-23):

Visiting Undergraduate Advisers have approximately 8-12 advisees drawn from our visiting undergraduate population, who are mostly international students studying at Harvard for a semester or a year. Advisers counsel students on course choice, approve students’ Crimson Carts and help them adjust to Harvard while they are here.  We particularly welcome applications from graduate students or Lecturers with some background in Economics.  Visiting Undergraduate Advisers earn $2,000 per year plus a 3-meal/week meal plan.

Off-Campus Non-Resident Tutor (2 positions available for 2022-23):

This tutor is an adviser to several off-campus or visiting undergraduates (8-12 students), serving as a sounding board for students on course choice, approving Crimson Carts (for visiting undergraduates only) and helping them adjust to life at Harvard.  The off-campus tutor also assists the Fellowships tutor with reviewing and ranking the college-wide Rhodes and Marshall applications in late August. The Non-Resident Tutor earns $2,000 per year plus a 3-meal/week meal plan.

 

Senior Tutor (Non-Resident) (1 position available for 2022-23):

The responsibilities of the Senior Tutor include working to support students with particular challenges like unsatisfactory course grade reports or mental health challenges and providing back-up for the Resident Dean, including emergency on-call coverage  over certain weekends and breaks. This tutor is also the primary adviser to several off-campus students serving as a sounding board for students on course choice and life at Harvard, and/or to off-campus or Co-op students with additional need for support. The Senior tutor coordinates the tutor meeting schedule, theon-call schedules for tutors and Resident Dean coverage, and helps oversee the specialty tutor role programming. The Senior Tutor may also assist the Fellowships tutor with reviewing and ranking the college-wide Rhodes and Marshall applications in late August.  This person may also conduct academic integrity workshops and coordinates writing workshops at the beginning of each semester aimed at our students more broadly. The Senior Tutor helps out with other tasks as needed. The stipend is $2,500 per year plus a 3-meal/week meal plan.

 

Social Chair (Non-Resident) (1 position available for 2022-23):

This is a new positition designed to support the Dudley Community in planning ane executing social events held by the Dudley stafff as well as support the Dudley HoCo in planning and running their events. Weekly hours, pay, and duties to be determined once candidates are identified.

 

DUTIES OF ALL NON-RESIDENT TUTORS:

Beyond the specific duties detailed for this role, all non-resident tutors are expected to fufill the duties specifid by the College for non-resident tutors, attend College-wide tutor training, Dudley tutor staff traning and regular meetings (most likely bi-weekly) and to help out with the Dudley undergraduate community broadly. This includes, but is not limited to, taking on some specialty/affinity roles (e.g. webmaster; communications; specialty tutors: Race Relations, BGLTQ, Sexual Health/Sexual Assault, Public Service, Wellness), attending and in some cases helping to staff Dudley events, pitching in as needed, participating in the tutor on-call rotation, and occasionally serving as back-up for the Resident Dean, including participating in the rotation over breaks and providing emergency coverage for Dudley during the term.

 

 

Harvard is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.