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Transformative Tutoring Initiative

Transformative Tutoring Initiative

Tutors for High School Algebra Needed


The Transformative Tutoring Initiative at the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education is seeking OU students interested in tutoring algebra I with high school students for the 2024-25 academic year.

Each tutor will work with two high school students three times per week on-site during school hours at five different sites in the surrounding community.

  • $9,400 each year -- $2,000 scholarship each semester and $2,700 stipend each semester.*
  • Tutors will be expected to participate in 40 to 60 hours of training during the fall semester and ongoing training/meetings throughout the academic year. Weekly commitment is 6-8 hours on average, inclusive of training and tutoring.
  • Tutors will be asked to sign up for a 1.5 hour training session every Monday.
  • Tutors are required to have a grade of B or better in College Algebra or its equivalent and at least one course beyond College Algebra (or its equivalent).
  • Tutors are required to maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • All tutors will be required to pass a background check.
  • All tutors will be required to participate in weekly research reports
  • Tutors provide their own transportation to and from the school site.
  • International students are encouraged to apply.

* Students should be aware that offered financial aid disbursements could be affected. International students need to be aware that the stipend in this program may be subject to tax withholding.


Contact TTI Director Cristina Moershel at

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