Changing Lives Starts Here



As a tutor, you'll have a lasting impact on your students by preparing them to be successful for the rest of their lives. Whatever your experience or background, we'll train and coach you in proven strategies to help your students succeed. 
 
The rewards are amazing: You'll be the first to see your students' progress, smiles, and new confidence!
 


Our Reading Corps tutors are placed at one school, and work with a caseload of Kindergarten - 3rd grad students every school day. They tutor each of their students one-on-one for 20 minutes daily using structured literacy interventions. 
 
Watch this video to see what you
would do as an Elementary Literacy Tutor.


Our Math Corps tutors are placed at one school, and work with a caseload of 4th -8th grade students. They tutor their students in pairs or trios for at least 90 minutes weekly using structured math interventions. 
Watch this video to see what you
would do as a Math Tutor.

 
   Click on the following links to learn more before you apply:
        Application Process 
        Reading Corps Tutor Job Description  /   Math Corps Tutor Job Description
        Reading Corps Website  /  Math Corps Website
        

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Contact and Personal Information

Please enter your current legal name.
Important: Reading and Math Corps uses email as the primary form of communication throughout the selection process. Be sure to provide an email address to which you will have regular access now and throughout the summer.
Phone Type *
Phone Type
May we text you to discuss your application and/or schedule interviews (standard message and data rates may apply)? *

AmeriCorps Eligibility

 
Reading and Math Corps are  
national service programs with AmeriCorps.
 
Please respond to the questions below to confirm you
meet the minimum qualifications to serve.

Will you be 18 years of age or older by the start of your service?
To meet eligibility requirements to serve in Reading or Math Corps, you must be at least 18 years of age.  If offered a position, you will be required to provide proof of age. *
Which of these reflects your status in the United States?
To meet eligibility requirements to serve in AmeriCorps programs, such as Reading and Math Corps, you must be either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. If offered a position to serve, you will be required to provide proof of this status. *
Note: Reading and Math Corps is not able to sponsor work or student visas.
Will you have at least a high school diploma or its equivalent by the program start date?
To meet eligibility requirements to serve in AmeriCorps programs, such as Reading and Math Corps, you must have at least a high school diploma or its equivalent. *
What is your previous experience with AmeriCorps? * 🛈
An individual may serve a maximum of four terms of service in an AmeriCorps State and National program, regardless of whether those terms were sequential or served in full-time or less than full-time positions. To the best of your knowledge, are you eligible to serve another term of service in an AmeriCorps State and National program? *
Not sure how many terms you have served? Log in to your My AmeriCorps account to review your Service Terms.
Have you ever served with ND Reading Corps, ND Math Corps, or ND Early Learning Corps (formerly Pre-K Reading Corps)? * 🛈
Did you tutor during the 2021-22 school year (with ND Reading Corps or ND Math Corps)? * 🛈

Education & Interest

Do you have a degree in the field of education? *

Starting with the most recent, list up to two postsecondary schools that you have attended, including trade or technical schools. Do not include high school.



Employment / Volunteer Experience

List and briefly describe 1-2 relevant positions you have held, including full- or part-time paid or unpaid work experience, self-employment, internships, fellowships, and/or stay-at-home parenting. Begin with your current or most recent position.



Service Preference - Location and Position

Tutors are placed at one service site for the duration of the service term. Specific sites will not be fully confirmed until federal funding decisions have been made, however, locations being considered are listed below.
 
Locations fill on a rolling basis, and our team will discuss options with you to find a great fit from among current openings for applicants who move on in our placement process.
Please indicate your preference for the location of your service site.
Geographic Preference *
 
School Preference:
Please enter up to three sites/schools in which you would like to serve, if available.
This information will help shape a conversation about location between you and our admissions team. If you have no site preference, please enter "no preference" in line 1.

Position Preference

Which Reading or Math Corps position interests you most?  *
If offered a position, you would be required to have a consistent schedule and serve 5 days per week (Monday-Friday) during regular school hours for the entire service year (9 months). Please indicate your weekly availability. *
If offered a position, you would be required to have a consistent schedule and serve 3-5 days per week (Monday-Friday) during regular school hours for the entire service year (9 months). Please indicate your weekly availability. *

Schedule and Availability

Indicate the time frame in which you would be available each day (e.g. 8:00am - 3:30pm). 

References

Each applicant will need a reference in order to be considered for a position with our program. A reference from a former supervisor or colleague from a job, internship, class, volunteer organization, etc. is appropriate. This person may not be a personal friend or a member of your family. 

Below, please provide contact information for your references. They will receive an email on your behalf, requesting that they complete a brief online reference form. Your application will not be considered complete until reference information is received.


 

Criminal History Questionnaire

The AmeriCorps application process requires a criminal history check. This background check entails a search of the National Sex Offenders Public Registry, statewide criminal history repository check(s), and an FBI criminal history check, which requires fingerprints. The review process is not lengthy, and normally is completed within weeks.

You will not be permitted to serve or work with children, individuals with disabilities, or individuals over 60 years of age, without accompaniment, until the history check is complete and you are cleared.

Please answer the following questions fully. Existence of a criminal conviction or juvenile adjudication may or may not, depending on circumstances, disqualify you from consideration. However, any intentional misrepresentation or omission is grounds for disqualification. If you are unsure if something in your history is applicable, it is recommended that you list it, even if it is not disqualifying.

We do not complete the statewide criminal history repository check(s) and FBI criminal history check until after we’ve made a provisional offer.


Please answer the following questions fully.

Responses should be inclusive of misdemeanors and any offense that led to pre-trial intervention and/or fines other than speeding or parking tickets.

Have you ever been convicted as an adult, or adjudicated as a juvenile offender, of at least one criminal offense by either a civilian or military court? *
Are you currently facing charges for any offense, on probation, or on parole? *
Are you registered or required to register on a sex offender registry? *

Criminal History Verification:

You have indicated that you have not been convicted of a criminal offense and are not currently facing charges. Any intentional misrepresentation or omission will disqualify you from service. The program will make the determination as to whether any misrepresentation was intentional.

Privacy Notice

PRIVACY ACT NOTICE: The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C § 552a) requires that the following notice be provided to you: The authority for collecting information from you in this application is contained in 42 U.S.C 12592 and 12615 of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 as amended, and 42 U.S.C 4953 of the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973 as amended. You are advised that submission of the information is entirely voluntary, but the requested information is required in order for you to participate in AmeriCorps programs.

The principal purpose for requesting this personal information is to process your application for acceptance into an AmeriCorps program, and for other general routine purposes associated with your participation in an AmeriCorps program. These routine purposes may include disclosure of the information to federal, state, or local agencies pursuant to lawfully authorized requests, to present and former employers, references provided by you in your application, and educational institutions, for the purpose of verifying the information provided by you in your application. In some programs, the information may also be provided to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to determine the existence of any prior criminal convictions. The information will not otherwise be disclosed to entities outside of AmeriCorps and the Corporation for National and Community Service without your prior written permission.

We believe in providing equal opportunity for all applicants, employees, members and volunteers. Reading Corps and Math Corps will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant based on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law. Applicants, employees, members and volunteers will be evaluated solely on the basis of their qualifications, skills, experience and conduct.

Application Review & Submission

Once you have submitted your application, you will not be able to make any changes.
 
Not finished?    - Click "Save Progress"  below to save your application. You'll need to create an account and  password to co ntinue your application at a later time. 
 
All done?    - Select the "Complete" check box below and click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page to submit your application for review.
 
By checking the box below, I am indicating that my application is complete. *

By clicking SUBMIT, I certify that all of the statements made in this application are true, correct, and complete, to the best of my knowledge, and are made in good faith. I understand that misinformation or omission of information could result in disqualification and/or termination as an AmeriCorps member. Background checks will be conducted.
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Questions? Contact nd.readingandmath@k12.nd.us