Hiring Math and Reading Tutors Now!
- Part Time job pays $50 per hour
- Need flexible hours to work with your college schedule?
- Need to earn extra money?
- Looking for teaching experience to add to your resume?
- Do you like working with young learners?
- Do you enjoy mentoring students in grades 3-8?
- Looking to acquire skills for career growth?
Apply to be a High Impact Tutor for the Illinois Tutoring Initiative today!
GSU has an amazing opportunity for you to consider. As a leader
and role model, you have the opportunity to make an impact on young lives as
well as gain practical skills for your future. This is a great financial
opportunity for students, retirees, and community members.
The Illinois Tutor Initiative is a multi-million dollar grant of which GSU's
College of Education was one of the awardees. GSU is seeking many tutors for
grades 3-8 in the subjects of Math and Reading.
involved, you may ask…
- 3 1-hour tutoring sessions a week
- $50/hr per sessions
- Must have HS Diploma
- Passing Grade in the subject of their choice (Math/English)
- The population is 3rd – 8th graders
- Must pass a background check
Region 1 Coordinator
Region 1 Coordinator
District Roles and
- Identify students in your district
who could benefit from tutoring
- Coordinate with tutors and institutional partner office
- Help recruit tutors in your area
Roles and Responsibilities
- Recruit and hire tutors
- Ensure alignment of tutoring sessions and district curriculum
- Maintain a library of tutoring materials
- Supervise, evaluate, and develop tutors
Tutor Roles and
- Meet frequently with 3 sessions per week
- Create sustained and strong relationships in 8- to 14- week sessions
- Plan for student success and use
data to track progress
- Align with district curriculum and resources to support targeted
- Developed based on evidence
from the National Student Support Accelerator for high-impact tutoring
We are ILLINOIS REGION 1!
Download Printable Resources
ITI Tutor Recruiting Flyer
ITI Referral Coupon
This project is in collaboration with and funded, in whole or in part, by the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Board of Higher Education supported with the Federal COVID-relief funds.