May 12, 2014 - Twenty King’s College student tutors met requirements to be certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). The students were recognized recently at an on-campus ceremony. All student tutors were presented with CRLA certificates and pins, distinguishing their level of certification.
Each semester, the Academic Skills Center employs 80-90 peer-tutors, offering tutoring in the majority of classes offered. Tutoring is conducted in tutor facilitated small groups and individual tutoring. King’s peer-tutors have supported over 700 King's students this academic year and logged over 3,000 hours of tutoring.
The following 19 students were certified at Level I, which required a minimum of 10 hours of comprehensive tutor training and 25 hours of tutoring: Wilton Curiel, Jamie Deleon, Lauren Duguid, Kimberly Eberhart, Justin Eilenberger, Alexandra Heavilon, Jennifer Jean-Jacques, Zack Kosak, Kelcie Lushefski, Conor Lydon, Patricia Manning, Catherine McAfee, Sean Moran, Sophia Panaccione, Alex Peslak, Katherine Petraglia, Tara Stephens, Lam Tran, and Danielle Yakup.
Lauren Wenner, was certified at Level 3, which required a minimum of 30 hours of tutor training and 75 hours of tutoring. With more than 100 hours of tutoring, Lauren also earned a Master Tutor, Level III certificate.
King’s College is a Catholic College Sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.
Pictured in front row, from left, is Jennifer Jean-Jacques, Lauren Wenner, Katherine Petraglia, Alexandra Heavilon, Tara Stevens, Danielle Yakup, Kimberly Eberhart, Kelcie Lushefski, and Leslie Wilmes, Tutorial & Academic Support Coordinator.
Pictured in back row, from left is Sean Moran, Catherine McAfee, Sophia Panaccione, Lam Tran, Justin Eilenberger, and Alex Peslak.
Absent from photo was Zack Kosak, Lauren Duguid, Jamie DeLeon, Wilton Curiel, and Conor Lydon.