At Inspirica, we’ve established ourselves as industry leaders for in-home tutoring and test-preparation services. As our reputation grows and demand for our services increases, we continue to seek highly qualified individuals for part-time, one-on-one tutoring positions. Many of our most successful tutors have remained well-rounded through their rigorous academic backgrounds and bring their own unique skills and personalities to the position. Our tutors have interests and skills as wide-ranging and varied as the students we tutor!
Before working with students, we provide paid training for our tutors. All training is conducted by our most seasoned tutors, who know what works and can provide the sort of insights a tutor gains only from hours spent working directly with students. In addition to paid training with our full-time tutors, we have a deep commitment to ongoing professional development. New tutors have weekly paid meetings with Inspirica's Head Mentor for at least the first few months of employment; they also have easy access to our friendly office staff, so help is never far away.
Our tutors are dynamic, engaging individuals who can connect with today’s students. They are also consummate professionals—intelligent, polished, versatile, and multitalented with diverse interests, including a passion for teaching. Prior experience tutoring standardized tests is not required, as we provide all of our tutors with a complete, in-depth training program. We are looking for tutors who will be with us for at least one year and ideally beyond.
Because of our engaged and committed tutors, we’re able to provide the high-quality, industry-leading tutoring for which we’re known for three and a half decades. In all of our offices, we have tutors who have been with us almost since the day we opened our doors. Our tutors love helping students succeed and building relationships one-on-one, so we allow them to manage the educational piece while our full-time staff takes care of everything else. Without the added stress of finding students or handling the administrative tasks and curriculum development, our tutors can spend more time in session with students, often turning a part-time role into full-time income.