RI Works Virtual Tutoring Program Per Diem Virtual Tutor Position

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RI WORKS Per Diem Virtual Tutor

 

We are looking for a diverse team of tutors who will work with K-12 RI Works students and families from diverse educational backgrounds.  The ideal candidate will have experience in an educational setting and be able to support the schools assigned curriculum as well as assist with any technology challenges.  This new team of tutors will work exclusively with students and families who are engaged in the CCAP RI Works Statewide Partnership; helping students gain the best education they can to be successful.  One-on-one sessions will be delivered through a virtual platform such as Microsoft Teams or Zoom, with flexibility of evenings or weekends to accommodate family schedules.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work to support the assigned curriculum of the schools, as well as assist with any technological challenges.
  • Plan tutoring sessions and provide one-to-one learning activities, support assignment completion, and answer student questions.  Support a positive environment by reinforcing the teaching team's routines and expectations.   
  • Provide a strengths based, supportive environment to encourage student learning. 
  • Partner with parents in the education of their children.

 

Qualifications:

  • Teaching or tutoring experience: 1 year (Preferred)

 Hours:  Per Diem.  Flexibility with tutoring hours is required to meet family needs. 

Bilingual and multicultural candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Rate of pay:  $25.00 per hour/session

Contact Kyle Simons at ksimons@comcap.org if interested.
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