Tutor.com Partners with SPS to Recruit Top Notch Physics Tutors
Tutor.com press release
Tutor.com, the award-winning provider of one-to-one, online tutoring and homework help is renewing its successful partnership with the Society of Physics Students (SPS), one of the largest physics societies in the world, to continue to recruit top notch physics tutors to help the hundreds of students who turn to Tutor.com for physics tutoring every night of the week. Today more than 50 SPS members tutor for Tutor.com. The company plans to bring on several hundred math and science tutors over the coming months.
The Society of Physics Students (SPS) and Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics honor society housed within SPS, with a combined membership of well over 40,000 individuals, is renewing their commitment to let members know about the unique opportunity to tutor students online and on demand from the comfort of their dorm rooms through the organization’s Web site and direct communications throughout the year. The organization receives a referral fee for each accepted tutor.
“Tutoring certainly served me well in my undergraduate days—I was honing my physics knowledge, improving my people skills, and making some money and getting the satisfaction of helping others—all in one place, a few hours a week,” said Gary White, director of the Society of Physics Students. “It is hard to imagine a better part-time position for an undergraduate physics major.”
“We are pleased to continue our successful partnership with such a well respected organization to identify physics tutors of the highest quality,” said Joan Rooney, vice president of tutor management at Tutor.com. “Tutor.com looks forward to a long relationship with the Society of Physics Students as well as other professional math and science organizations who can help us achieve our mission to find the best tutors for our students.”
Tutors who provide on demand tutoring through Tutor.com set their own hours, earn extra income and work from the comfort of their own homes. All of the tutoring is done online in Tutor.com’s proprietary online classroom which includes chat, file sharing and Web browsing. Tutors go through a comprehensive application and certification program as well as a third party background check to become a tutor. Each tutor is assigned an experienced mentor who provides ongoing support and feedback. Tutor.com is actively recruiting tutors all year, but has an immediate need for physics, chemistry, calculus and statistics tutors. Go to www.tutor.com/apply.
Current tutors list the following benefits:
- Great way to earn extra income.
- Flexible scheduling, 7 days a week between 2pm to 1am eastern.
- Work from the comfort of home or dorm, all tutoring takes place online.
- Make a difference and help students all over the country.
- Great resume builder. Opportunity to become mentors and senior mentors in your subject area.
Tutor.com is an award-winning online homework help and tutoring service that connects students to a certified tutor for one-to-one help. We offer 24/7 tutoring in math, science, social studies and English. Students use our services for free through public libraries, schools and through the Department of Defense. Our network of over 2,000 expert tutors has conducted over 5 million sessions. To learn more about Tutor.com visit us at www.tutor.com or call 1-800-411-1970.
|Tutoring certainly served me well in my undergraduate days—I was honing my physics knowledge, improving my people skills, and making some money and getting the satisfaction of helping others—all in one place, a few hours a week. It is hard to imagine a better part-time job for an undergraduate physics major.