Tutors in the Classroom
We are looking for people who want to help our students succeed in a caring learning environment that addresses their well-being and reflects a diversity of perspectives and ideas.
What qualifications do you need?
- You must be currently enrolled and attending an Ontario college or university
- An interest in working with children of all abilities and backgrounds, and building relationships
Benefits of being a tutor
- Contributing to the community by developing personal relationships with students
- Gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the teaching profession
- Strengthening your communication skills
- Maintain a flexible schedule based on your availability and the school’s needs
- Experience working with youth
- A remuneration of up to $1000
As a tutor, you will:
- Support student learning through activities such as guided reading and math problems
- Help students develop critical and creative thinking skills through special projects
- Assist students with the use of technology to enhance their research and critical literacy skills
- Work in a classroom helping students in small groups or one-to-one for up to 100 hours
How do I get involved?
- Contact an elementary school directly and drop off a resume and cover letter
- Inform the principal you are applying to be a Tutor in the Classroom
- Let the school know if you’re willing to work at another or additional schools as well