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The Philip S. Clarke Math Lab

 

 

COVID-19 Update

As part of LAVC's transition to online classes and services in response to COVID-19, the Math Lab is now offering online tutoring to support students through Zoom.. You can access the online service through the link below:

Want to become a tutor?

The Los Angeles Valley College Academic Resource Center (ARC)  is accepting applications for new tutors for the fall semester. There are opportunities to work as a tutor specifically in a designated center as well as  positions for course embedded tutors. These positions offer between five and twenty five hours per week, depending on the subject and availability. The position pays begins at $14.49 per hour and can increase with learning and experience. For the Math Lab, we are looking for students who have successfully passed Math 227 or higher with a grade of an "A." 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Earn a "A" or higher in the subject matter being tutored and at least a 2.0 GPA.

  • Faculty Recommendation

  • Enroll in and maintain full-time status (12 units) or 5 units plus 1 unit of COOP ED. If you are a community college student, at least 6 units must be at LAVC. You can also be a full-time student at a four-year university.

If you are interested, please email  ARC Director Scott Weigand at weigansm@lavc.edu. 

Math Lab Instructional Assistant

Nick Olshanskiy, PhD.

LARC 226

818-947-2863

OlshanN@lavc.edu

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