Private Tutor at TCU

Apollo Tutors

Apollo Tutors

Private Tutor at TCU

Fort Worth, TX
Part Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Apollo Tutors is an emerging education startup that offers private tutoring for students at 12 universities across the nation.

    We are looking for Science Tutors to work with students on-campus at TCU on Math and Science courses.

    On-Campus Tutoring

    • Sessions take place on-campus
    • Set your own schedule with your students

    Choose the Subjects you want to tutor:

    • Business Courses: Mathematics (Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra), Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Economics
    • Engineering Courses: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering
    • Science Courses: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physics, Nutrition, Kinesiology
    • Liberal Arts Courses: History, Anthropology

    Off-Campus Tutoring for K-12th Grade

    • Set your driving distance/work with students around Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex
    • Subjects: Math, Science, SAT/ACT Prep, Languages
  • Qualifications

    Qualifications:

    • At least 60 hrs commitment
    • 3.3 GPA
    • Transportation required for off-campus tutoring
  • Compensation
    $15 - $20/hr
  • Industry
    Education
  • Fun Fact
    Our co-founder was recently on an episode of Who Wants to be a Millionaire
  • About Us
    Apollo Tutors is an emerging social enterprise offering tutoring for students pre-k through college. We serve students in 17 locations in Texas, and across the nation with a community of almost 500 tutors. Our Mission is to provide personalized, effective & convenient tutoring to students by ensuring the right fit, flexible scheduling, and making the experience as easy and efficient as possible. We are a social enterprise- we offer free tutoring to children in need. We work closely with schools and nonprofit organizations to measure the impact of tutoring programs. To date we have provided over 10,000 hours of free tutoring to students in Dallas ISD and Charter Schools and work closely with nonprofits to help measure the impact of their programs