We work with a few different partner schools, and each school has a slightly different pay rate. Typically, the pay range is between $15-$23 per hour.
Normally, teaching hours are in the mornings and evenings in the US (Eastern Time). Teaching hours do vary depending on our partner school.
The application and onboarding process normally takes a couple of weeks. This covers the interview process, training, and document submission.
All you’ll need is a computer, a webcam, a headset, and a stable internet connection. Most modern laptops have a webcam built-in.
We are a team of enthusiastic teachers, designers, and programmers, who are passionate about bringing the benefits of online education to young learners everywhere. Since 2013, we’ve helped thousands of teachers find online teaching positions with our partner schools.
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