SOS Tutoring Services
Saving Our Students, One Child at a Time

At SOS Tutoring, we value our highly skilled tutors. We show we care by providing our contractors with competitive rates, flexible hours, exceptional back-end support and professional development opportunities. The in-home tutoring environment allows tutors to build lasting relationships with not only students, but with their families as well. Our tutors enjoy working with a professional company.

To join our team, please first read our applicant qualifications and FAQ and then fill out an application at the link below.

Applicant Qualifications:
*Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science  (or higher) 
*At least one year relevant tutoring or  teaching experience
*Reliable Personal Transportation 
*Ability to communicate effectively  with families and SOS Tutoring staff

Preferred Qualifications:
*Teaching credential
*Open availability/flexible schedule
*Ability to specialize in multiple subjects

All SOS Tutoring tutors must have at least a B.A./B.S. degree from a reputable university, possess the ability to build rapport with students, have at least one year of tutoring or teaching experience and be committed to providing high quality educational services to students. Ideal candidates possess an advanced degree and/or teaching credential and have experience tutoring students with learning challenges (ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, etc.). 
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FAQ for Tutors...
Is Tutoring right for me?
Tutors who excel share three main strengths: time management, organization and communication. Our hourly rate is high because we expect our tutors to keep on top of busy tutoring schedules. If you would prefer working at a tutoring center with set hours every week, Tutor Corps might not be the right fit for you.

How do you match me with a student?
Once you’re hired, we look for tutoring requests that fit your availability, location and subject expertise. When a request comes in that fits, we call to confirm your availability and discuss the specific case. If you want to take the case we connect you with the student’s family.

How many hours can I expect to work?
This depends on several things: Your ability to travel, your subjects of expertise and your scheduling flexibility. Tutors with flexible schedules who are willing to travel to geographical areas we most frequently serve typically work more hours. Likewise, the more subjects you are able to cover, the more likely you will be qualified for requests. Tutor hours generally range from 5 hours a week to 30 hours a week depending on the request load.

What is the pay range?
Our pay range varies because we service different cities and states. We also take into consideration subjects, expertise and willingness to travel.