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Aim-for-A Tutoring

A Work-at-Home Job Company Profile


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Online education, tutoring

Company Description:

Based in southwest Michigan, Aim-for-A Tutoring (Aim4A.com) is a chain of in-person tutoring centers that also offers online tutoring services to students all over the world.

Types of Work-at-Home Positions at Aim-for-A Tutoring:

Online tutors at Aim for A tutor one-on-one in a variety of subjects, including math, science, and language arts as well as offer homework help and test preparations for GED, PSAT, SAT, GRE, GMAT and AP subjects. Students are English-speaking and range in age from elementary school to college. Tutoring is done via online audio and data conferencing, using Skype.


Applicants from all over the world are accepted; however, tutors must be prepared to work hours to accommodates students from Europe, North America, or Australia . Teaching experience and a bachelor degree in subject taught are required. Tutors’ English skills must be excellent.

Technical requirements include access to a personal computer with speakers, a microphone and broadband Internet access and a Skype account and software. For some subjects a digital tablet with a pen mouse is highly recommended.

Applying to Aim 4 A To apply send your resume to jobs@Aim4A.com and include one paragraph describing why you would like to do online tutoring , your Skype user name, available hours and salary requirements.

Note that Aim 4 A’s relatively low requirements (no teaching certificate required) and global marketplace may mean that the pay scale is not high. According to Glassdoor.com, many online tutoring jobs pay around $10-15 per hour.

For similar positions, see this list of online tutoring jobs and read about the various types of WAH jobs for education professionals.


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