Why Should I Become a Educationist Tutor?
1] Volunteering Hours
Educationist Tutoring has officially become a nonprofit, allowing us to give out volunteering hours that can be used for fulfill certain club requirements, such as NJHS, Boy/Girl scouts, or in college applications. Going to competitive colleges requires you to stand out from everyone else and volunteering hours is a fantastic way of doing so.
2] Academic Performance
In order to teach a subject, a tutor must understand the subject first. By becoming a tutor and reading through our premade slideshows, you can brush up on certain subjects you might be unsure on. For example, teaching an Algebra 1 course will make you review those concepts in order to teach, ensuring you also have a good understanding.
Something we pride ourselves on is emphasizing our community. We have a a tutor discord where tutors come together to talk with others and executives to make a better tutoring community. We love feedback and are always willing to listen to the concerns of tutors.
We have modeled our tutoring model on accessibility. We try to break financial, technology, and international barriers that impede tutoring. Additionally, even if you might be under a strict schedule, you get to pick the time you teach! We do not burden our tutors to a certain time but instead work with both students and tutors to reach a time that is comfortable with everyone.
If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please visit: https://educationisttutoring.org/apply-to-be-a-tutor
Are you unsure if you have enough time to tutor? Consider becoming a content curator! Content curators have very flexible timings. See https://educationisttutoring.org/why-should-I-become-a-content-curator for more details.
An article from Harvard about some benefits of volunteering: https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/volunteering-can-be-good-for-both-mind-and-body