Become a Tutor
Home Tutoring Plus is actively hiring professional tutors. Our tutors focus on supporting students at home using a non-prescriptive holistic approach. The age range of tutoring is all ages from elementary through adult, although the majority of our tutoring is K-12. We hire tutors for all subjects and interests.
How it works:
- Tell us the subjects and areas you’re interested in tutoring.
- Tell us your own hourly tutoring rate.
- Tell us your schedule and availability.
- Complete your HTP Tutoring profile.
- We set you up as an independent contractor.
- We use our proprietary system to connect you with students that match your criteria.
If you’re interested in being part of our amazing team fill out the form on the right or simply email email@example.com with your resume to get started!
- Credential preferred. Bachelor’s degree or experience teaching or tutoring may be accepted
- Strong communication skills
- Love of learning and teaching
Our professional tutors determine each student’s strengths and weaknesses. Tailoring their approach to meet the specific needs of each student, the tutors address the weak areas and build on the strengths. The tutors draw on their skills and experience to assess and structure the lessons to lead students to success.
Online tutoring is similar to our in-person tutoring. You schedule with the same tutor who focuses on your student’s needs. The tutor will discuss the best online platforms for your situation. Most online tutoring combines audio, visual and a common whiteboard.
- Working one-on-one, the tutor determines the student’s interests and learning styles. Methods include questioning, encouragement, drills, humor and technology.
- Focus is generally on the student’s current schoolwork.
- Quickly build to homeschool and classroom success.
- At your convenience in your home, other preferred location or online
- In-home tutoring develops or reinforces the habit of studying at home. Home Tutoring Plus students not only advance during the tutoring sessions, but in-between lessons as well. With better study skills and confidence, students often improve even in subjects in which they are NOT being tutored.
- The students are tested and put in a group of about three students per teacher. No student receives the tutor’s full attention.
- Each student follows the learning centers’ prescribed program and materials.
- Progress on the centers’ materials is gradually achieved.
- Time and energy to travel to and from the tutoring center, with a parent often waiting for the lesson to conclude.
- After a full day of school and an hour or two at the tutoring center, the students are then left to do their homework on their own. This is a lot to ask of someone who already feels discouraged about or challenged by schoolwork.