Careers Finding a Job Online Tutor Jobs Find online tutor jobs that match your skills Share PINTEREST Email Print Finding a Job Work-From-Home Jobs Job Searching Internships Career Planning By Laureen Miles Brunelli Laureen Miles Brunelli Laureen Miles Brunelli is an experienced journalist with more than two decades of experience in the field. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 11/20/19 Working as an "online tutor" can mean a number of different things. Many online tutoring positions require teaching certification and experience in a classroom, but some positions only ask for a four-year degree and knowledge of the subject matter, and a few don’t even require a college degree. Whether employment or contractor work, most are part-time. Pay structures vary. Some pay online tutors by the hour, but a few companies only offer a platform to connect students with a tutor and then collect a percentage of the fees earned by the tutor. Additionally, an online tutor may work with students in positions in K-12 through college and adult education. Aim-for-A Tutoring Online Tutoring Subjects: Math, English, science, TOEFL, AP classes, test prep (GED, PSAT, SAT, GRE, GMAT), and more Level: Elementary school to college. The part-time tutors at this company use Skype to teach students from around the globe. Applicants must have teaching experience and a college degree in the subject taught are required. Connections Academy Online Tutoring Subjects: Reading, math, foreign language, social studies, speech pathology, arts, music, physical education, special education Level: K-12 This virtual educational institution works with school districts in several states to serve students remotely. It hires certified teachers who are responsible for instruction, testing and grading with their students. Not all teaching positions are home-based, and not all home-based positions are listed in the database under “home-based.” Some are associated with a specific city. Homework Tutoring Online Tutoring Subjects: Biology, chemistry, economics, electronics, engineering, English, history, law math, physics and programming statisticsLevel: High school and college Homework help and online courses are among the types of work for tutors at this company. Online instructors use webcams and chat programs to deliver lessons. Chegg Online Tutoring Subjects: Math, humanities, science, languages, programming This company makes an online platform available that connects tutors with students. Tutors have graduated from or be enrolled in a four-year university. They are paid $20/hour weekly via PayPal. You must sign up through Facebook. K12 Online Tutoring Subjects: All subjectsLevel: K-12 This provider of online education schools for states and school districts hires teachers in various states for just about any K-12 subject. Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Online Tutoring Subjects: Reading, writing, music, science, foreign language and moreLevel: Grades 2 to 12 Home-based instructors critique student writing, make assignments and compose progress reports and evaluations for students. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in an appropriate field and at least one year of teaching experience. Search CTY or "work at home" in JHU Jobs database. Kaplan Online Tutoring Subjects: Test prep and college-level subjectsLevel: High school and college This education company has work-from-home positions for college-level online instructors, instructional designers as well as SAT tutors. Use "virtual" as the keyword in the job search database. Pearson Smartthinking Online Tutoring Subjects: Science, social studies, technology, math, writing, languageLevel: High school and college Online tutors work with students of varying abilities and ages. Most have at least a master’s degree and are paid on an hourly basis. Tutors may work from anywhere in the world as long as they have a computer and Internet access (and a U.S. bank account). Peak season for hiring is May through August and November–December every year. Part-time (9–20 hours per week). Paid training of 10–15 hours required. TutaPoint.com Online Tutoring Subjects: Math, science, and SpanishLevel: High school Online tutors must be enrolled in (or have graduated) from an American or Canadian college or university and be available to work from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m., Eastern Standard Time. Pay begins at $12 per hour in addition to incentives. Tutors, who are independent contractors must commit to at least 5 hours per week. U.S. residents only. Part-time work available. Tutor.com Online Tutoring Subjects: English, math, science, and social studiesLevel: K-12 This online teaching service connects students to tutors from computers in their local library, community center, school, after-school program, or from home. To become certified as an online tutor, you must have a degree from or be enrolled in a U.S. or Canadian college, then you must pass a test in your area of specialty and submit a writing sample. The process takes 1–3 weeks. Pay is based on the subject tutored and the number of hours tutored. Tutorvista.com Online Tutoring Subjects: Math, English, physics, statistics, chemistry, biology and moreLevel: K-12 and college Hires experienced teachers with graduate degrees usually from outside the U.S. Hours offered are 4 to 9 hours per day. Most hours available are evening/night in U.S. and U.K. time zones. Part-time and full-time. Rosetta Stone Online Tutoring Subjects: Foreign languages, ESLLevel: Adult learners Rosetta hires native speakers to facilitate language classes for beginner to advanced students. Languages that Rosetta Stone seeks online tutors in include Vietnamese, Irish, Swedish, Arabic, Japanese, and Chinese.