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Posted: 05/01/2015


We are an EdTech company located in San Francisco, working to provide students (middle school and high school ages) with an on-demand tutoring service through an iPad application. All of our tutors go above and beyond for their students. We do not solely serve as academic coaches; we also feel a responsibility to be mentors and role models, helping our students succeed inside and outside of the classroom. We strive to help students become self-sufficient, confident learners.

Remote Tutor
Professional Opportunity
San Francisco, CA

Tutors earn $20/hour. Our tutors enjoy the independence of managing their own schedules (working as much or as little as they like). We handle all of the administrative details, including marketing, billing, and generating new clientele. This is a great lifestyle for people interested in education, pursuing graduate degrees, or just looking to pick up some fun and rewarding part time work.


- Candidates possessing or pursuing graduate degrees are preferred.

- Candidates with a B.A./B.S., or in their 4th year of undergraduate work (accompanied by a strong resume), are also considered.

- Must have previous tutoring or test prep experience.

- Previous teaching experience is a plus, but by no means required

******Must have access to an iPad.

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Until Filled

How to apply
If you are interested and would like to be considered for the position please email me a cover letter and your most current resume to get started.
Katie Gandolfo

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