Are you looking for a remote job where you can tutor students?
Do you have a bachelor’s degree? Are you a fluent English-speaker? If so, you can apply to become a tutor with Course Hero.
When I was in college, I met with several tutors for a class. It was so helpful! But I gotta be honest. Some of my tutors shouldn’t have been tutoring. You could tell who hated being there and who genuinely enjoyed teaching.
Is tutoring for you? Maybe not! Patience is required and makes it a whole lot easier on the student who is struggling.
Course Hero is a rapidly growing community of educators who are eager to tutor students who need help in particular subjects such as math, biology, computer science, physics, and several others.
As technology progresses, tutors no longer have to meet in-person to meet with their students.
Now, students can meet with highly qualified tutors from a computer. This makes hiring a tutor more affordable for students.
Now, let’s get to the good stuff.
Not just anyone can become a tutor. You have to be an expert in a field.
Benefits to working as a Course Hero tutor
- Help students learn and provide explanations so they can understand succeed in a particular course.
- Choose when and where you work. Work as little or as much as you want to work.
- Grow your resume and earn more as a tutor.
- Top Course Hero tutors earn up to $500 per week.
Subjects In Need of Tutors
- Statistics and Probability
- Computer Science
- US History
- Bachelor’s degree
- Fluent English-speaker
- Stable internet connection
- Based in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.
Even if you already have a full-time job, working as a Course Hero tutor can help add additional income to your household each month. This extra money can help pay off student loans, a mortgage, medical bills, and more. Or you can put your side hustle income to a dream vacation.
If you have a passion for a certain subject, put your passion to work.
There’s a difference between a teacher teaching a subject they hate and a tutor who genuinely enjoys teaching a subject.
Ask anyone who their favorite teacher at school was – it was most likely the teacher who genuinely loved the subject.
Tutors are underrated and as I said earlier, make the difference between a passing or failing grade.
Not interested in working as a tutor, but have a bachelor’s degree? I recommend checking out working as an online English teacher.
Are you interested in working remotely as a tutor? Are you working as a tutor already? Share in the comments.
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