Tutors and Student Workers

We are committed to helping low-income, first generation college students and students with disabilities to successfully complete a STEM bachelor’s degree by providing opportunities and assistance for academic advancement.

We regularly hire student workers and tutors who are motivated and serious about academic success.

Student workers

To be a student worker, you must be a TRIO STEM3 Participant. Please reach out to Cacia Pope for more information if you are interested. Limited position availability. Starting pay is $15/hr. Available for Work Study and Non-work study


You do not have to be a TRIO STEM3 participant to be a tutor for us. However, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA and a B+ in the class you wish to tutor.

Tutor application

Starting pay is $15/hr. Available for work-study and non-work study. With CRLA certification, raises are available! Return application to Cacia Pope, and reach out to her with any questions.

Danika Evensen, Biology ’19

"I am currently a Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist with Pheasants Forever working in the beautiful prairies of South Dakota. Before this position, I worked seasonally with; The Forest Service as a Wildlife Biology Technician in the Thunder Basin National Grasslands, Wyoming Game and Fish as an Access Yes Technician, and The Forest Service/ Bureau of Land Management as a Wildland Firefighter in New Mexico. I owe much of my success to the TRIO Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM3) Program. The program team was kind, understanding, and always willing to help. One individual who stood out was Cacia Pope. Cacia was my tutor, and as a biology major at FLC, her help in developing study plans, finding tutors, and registering for classes was priceless. Her dedication, along with others, helped me achieve academic success, and more importantly, I gained friends through this program. Their hard work and confidence in me gave me the self-confidence to continue my college journey and ultimately receive my degree. Without them, I wouldn’t be where I am today."