Study Skills Instructor/Case Manager

Job Title: College Preparedness Plan Case Manager (CPPCM)

Position: Part Time (5-10 hours/week)

Tutoring Hours: 4 or 4:30pm -7 p.m. Monday ; Thursday, 4 p.m ; 6p.m. Friday (depending on your availability)

Dates: January 27th ; May 30th (Spring Semester)

Salary: Hourly, $16-$20 depending on experience

What is College Track?

Founded in 1997, College Track exists to help students, who have the desire but lack the resources and support, to attain higher education and fulfill their own best promise. We work with students from historically under-served populations: 99% of our students are of color and all come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Through a comprehensive, three-pronged program of Academic Affairs, Student Life, and College Affairs, College Track guides students to successfully complete high school and graduate from college. College Track San Francisco uses a site-based approach, meaning that students go to schools all over San Francisco and attend programming at our site after-school an average of three days per week throughout high school. For more information on the organization, go to

Position Description:

College Preparedness Plan Case Managers will work with small groups of 4-6 students on a weekly basis known as Study Squads. Each month, students will be given a College Preparedness Plan (CPP) designed by the Academic Resource Specialist that is individually tailored to his or her needs. Study Squads will be organized by placing students who are enrolled in similar classes in similar schools together. The CPPCM will be responsible for leading activities and meeting with students based around their plan with the intention of improving specific study habits and discrete skills. In addition, the CPPCM will be responsible for evaluating student work produced around the CPP and tracking progress throughout the semester. The CPPCM must be comfortable using past data as well as weekly observations to meet student’s need continually throughout the semester.

Be part of the “Catalyst for Change”:

Tutor: CPPCMs will get to work with students primarily on habits and skills that are crucial to success in high school and beyond. Implement student-specific activities geared towards the development of study strategies as well as English and mathematics skill development.

Mentor: CCPCM’s are not only tutors, but also serve as mentors. Get to know and develop relationships with students while developing your classroom management skills. Be a role model for students and maybe even change their lives!

Grow: Through professional developments, meetings, and trainings, learn more tutoring and teaching techniques and develop skills in cultural competency, data-analysis, youth development, and more.



  • Reliably keep to a regular weekly work schedule.
  • Abide by all College Track rules and expectations (no food, cell phones, etc)
  • Actively engage with a group of 4-6 students on a weekly basis with the goal of supporting their academic growth and achievement through Study Squads.
  • Use data to drive intervention and skill development around individual student College Preparedness Plans.
  • Help create and maintain a quiet, focused, and safe environment for students to learn in.
  • Assess student work and track progress throughout the semester.
  • Maintain focus on College Track when at the center (i.e. no outside work or assignments when in the tutoring center)
  • Attend all required orientation sessions and academic staff meetings.
  • Participate in self-evaluations and supervisor-conducted evaluations as required.
  • Maintain open and regular communication with the Academic Director and Academic Resource Specialist as well as other academic staff regarding student behavior and academic progress or challenges
  • Submit bi-weekly timesheets in order to log hours


  • Bachelors’ Degree or current enrollment in a Bachelors’ Degree program.
  • Strong understanding of algebra and basic geometry as well as writing and reading strategies.
  • At least one year of experience working with at-risk or under-privileged youth, preferably in an educational setting
  • Ability to manage high-school-aged students and keep them on-task and productive
  • An understanding of the perspectives of people of different ethnicities, cultures, religions, genders and backgrounds from your own.
  • An understanding of the achievement gap and a passion for fostering educational equity
  • Excellent organizational and study skills (including note-taking, organizing assignments, study strategies)
  • Previous tutoring experience and experience working with high school students strongly preferred.
  • Clear fingerprint background check and tuberculosis test

How to apply

To Apply

Step 1: Please submit your resume and a very brief cover letter (can be in the body of the email) indicating why you would make a good part of the College Track team to

NOTE: You may be asked to answer additional questions via Google Forms before attending an in-person interview

San Francisco, California
College Track

4301 3rd Street, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 94124, US