The Data Science undergraduate program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to experience an introduction to practical teaching under the supervision of course instructors through the DSC Tutor program.
Tutors support DSC courses in a variety of ways, including student-facing tasks (e.g., holding office hours and supporting students), as well as behind-the-scenes responsibilities (e.g., grading exams, handling logistics, and contributing to assignments). Becoming a DSC Tutor can help deepen your understanding of course material and build your professional skills. Tutoring is also a great way to prepare for jobs and internships post-graduation, and DSC Tutors often form connections with course instructors, TAs, and other tutors, which can lead to further opportunities.
We asked past Tutors to share their thoughts on the benefits of tutoring. Hear from them by watching the video below!