38 Legitimate Work At Home Tutoring & Teaching Jobs
One legitimate type of work at home job is tutoring and teaching.
Today I’ve put together a list of over 35 work at home tutoring and teaching jobs.
I will say that most of these sites either require experience or a college degree, but some sites don’t require either.
On this page, I’ll cover some academic tutoring sites, some ESL tutoring sites/apps, and some virtual teaching jobs and resources. Check the description to see the requirements, pay, and schedule.
Let’s go ahead and get started, here’re 38 legitimate tutoring and teaching jobs.
Legitimate WAH Tutoring & Teaching Jobs
PrepNow – Read Review – Hires tutors with a 4-year college degree, two years experience, and high test scores to tutor K-12. They tutor in test prep, math, science, and most major subjects. Most tutors report earning around $15 an hour. You’re required to work at least 6 hours a week.
Tutor.com – Read Review – Only available in the US and Canada, need to be enrolled or a graduate of a university. They tutor in Math, Science, English, and History. Most tutors report making $9-$13 an hour.
BrainFuse – Read Review – Requires you to have a 4-year college degree and teaching experience is preferred. You can set your own schedule and choose what subjects to tutor. BrainFuse pays its tutors $10 per 1-hour tutoring session.
StudyPool – Read Review – Does not require any experience, you’ll fill out your teaching profile and bid on helping students with questions. Study Pool takes a 15% cut of each tutoring session. Payments are made via PayPal.
eNotes – Must have a college degree. Answer questions from students and get paid for every helpful answer. Their site says most answers pay from $4-$37 based on the type of question and experience of the tutor.
Aim4A – Hires part-time and full-time tutors in all subjects. Must have a 4-year college degree and teaching experience. Most students are not in the US so you’ll have to work around peak hours in other time zones.
ElevateK-12 – Need K-12 teaching experience, and must be available to teach between 8 am-4 pm EST. Does require you to pass a few tests and complete an interview.
Enroll – Anyone that’s an “educator” can sign up and earn money conducting tutoring sessions and sharing lesson materials. Your first two tutoring sessions are not paid.
Homework Tutoring – Currently has openings in Engineering, History, and Law, but you can still apply to other subjects. It doesn’t say this on the tutor page, but their student FAQs say all tutors are university professors with a Master or Ph.D.
Limu – Offers tutoring in over 400 subjects. Limu keeps $1 of every tutoring session and pays monthly.
Revolution Prep – Extremely tough to get accepted, and they have a long, detailed training period. You’re required to score a 32 on the ACT or 2100 on the SAT to get accepted. Also hires full-time work at home tutor position.
TutaPoint – Requires two years of tutoring experience. Starting rate is $14 an hour, but you can earn more the longer you tutor for them.
TutorVista – Must be a graduate in your tutoring subject. Hires tutors in all subjects. Must commit to 4 hours a day.
Wyzant – Has tons of in-person tutoring jobs listed, and occasionally has virtual tutoring jobs open.
WebTeach – Create your teaching profile and get paid to conduct tutoring sessions. You can also record lessons and get paid for every student that uses your lesson.
BrainMass – Requires you to have, or be working on a masters or Ph.D. Upload your own academic content and get paid a percentage of what your content earns.
Edgenuity – Requires teaching certificate, three years experience, and 1-year experience in the subject you’re hired in. Hires part-time and full-time tutors.
PalFish – Read Review – No experience needed. Set your own schedule and rate as you tutor students on your phone. Most tutors charge $8-$20 an hour; payments are made via PayPal on the 1st of the month.
51 Talk – Read Review – Need teaching experience and a 4-year college degree. Set your own schedule and conduct 25-minute tutoring sessions. They say you can make $22 an hour; payments are made monthly.
Berlitz – You’ll need a 4-year college degree and some experience. Most tutors are making $11-$13 an hour.
English Hunt – You’ll need a 4-year college degree and a teaching certificate. No information on pay, but feedback is positive.
GoFluent – You’ll need a 4-year college degree or a teaching certificate. They prefer you have a business background. They only hire in some states, and you must commit to 20 hours a week.
Open English – You’ll need some teaching experience and must commit to 25 hours a week. Most tutors make $11-$13 an hour.
Language Development System – Must have a 4-year college degree, a teaching certificate is optional. If you get accepted, you’ll get a 6-month tutoring contract.
Some of the companies hire virtual teachers, but the last few on this list are more of resources to use to find virtual teaching positions. I highly recommend checking out Indeed for more teaching+jobs+in+work+at+home.
Connections Academy – Hires WAH Virtual Teachers, they have a long list of job openings on their sites. They all require at least a college degree and teaching experience.
Edmentum – Has job openings for many different subjects. They all require at least a college degree and teaching experience; some require a teaching certificate.
K 12 – Has a long list of teaching jobs on their site, some of them are work at home. They need you to have a college degree and at least some experience. Some of the jobs require you to have a state certificate to teach, even if it’s virtual.
HigherEdJobs – This is a job board for teachers. If you click the name, you’ll see all the work at home teaching jobs.
Inside Higher Ed – Another education job board. Click the name to see all the work at home education jobs.
Indeed.com – Indeed is a job board resource I highly recommend because they have a lot of work at home listings, including teaching and tutoring.
More Ways To Work At Home
I hope you enjoyed this list of work at home tutoring and teaching jobs. If you’re looking for job leads, I highly recommend checking out the listings at Indeed.com. It’s completely free to join.
If you know of any other tutoring/teaching jobs, please leave comments below. I’ll make sure to add them to this list and share with everyone else.
If working at home as a tutor isn’t for you, make sure to check out the rest of my Work At Home Jobs Directory. There’re plenty of other WAH jobs that might fit you better.
If you have any other job leads or experience with the sites on this list, make sure to share in the comments below! 🙂