Friday, March 20, 2009


There are few ways of earning a living which offer as much personal satisfaction as private tutoring. Word of mouth spreads fast for the good ones...

Many begin by offering a few hours of tutuorial a week, in subjects they may have taught at school. If you are enthusiastic about what you are teaching, you will find that your private tutoring becomes more of a hobby, and less of a job. Many even decide to give up your job, and tutor on a full-time basis, as I did.

The easiest way to reach prospective students is through Craigslist.
Better yet, set up a simple website in addition to your Craiglist ads.

Ultimately, though, Craigslist is just the 21st-century version of flyering the local university. The best way to find students is to go to the source. If you’d like to help elementary school children with reading, introduce yourself at the local elementary school. Teachers and counselors are the absolute best source of referrals for K-12 students.

By developing an online program, you can expand your income and reach, perhaps even develop small online classes for multiple students. This is an interesting company that builds online schools for companies etc anc ould be a good source for online teaching jobs.

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