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Tutor The Nation

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Tutor The Nation is a charity that makes education fairer, one tutoring session at a time. We pair dedicated volunteers with disadvantaged state school pupils to provide free, online tuition with the

Volunteer Tutor

This opportunity takes place between 02 Aug 2022 and 02 Aug 2023

We are looking for volunteers to give one hour of their week to tutor a disadvantaged secondary school pupil in a GCSE or A-Level subject of choice

We are looking for volunteers to give one hour of their week to tutor a secondary-school pupil in a GCSE or A-Level subject of choice.

 

We are looking for individuals who are…

  • UK-based university students, recent graduates, or experienced tutors 

  • Passionate and knowledgeable about their subject area(s)

  • Interested in helping to combat educational inequality 

  • Able to commit one hour per week for a minimum of one term

 

You will make a great tutor if you…

  • Communicate clearly and are highly organised

  • Demonstrate empathy and compassion towards your student

  • Maintain a growth mindset towards learning and tutoring practice

  • Enjoy acting as a role model for a young person 

 

What Tutor The Nation can promise…

  • You will gain invaluable practical experience which will boost your CV and help you to stand out from the crowd 

  • Our team is on hand to support you at all stages of the application and tutoring process

  • Four of the top private tutoring companies have joined forces to help us support you with first-rate tutor training 

  • You will receive an enhanced DBS check covered by us 

  • You can request a reference any time from a member of our team

 

For more information and how to apply, click the 'Send me application details' button.

What's the duration of the opportunity?

Minimum of one term

Where is the opportunity based?

Remote

Can students travel to the opportunity via public transport?

No

What attributes would your ideal volunteer have?

Friendly, altruistic, mentoring/tutoring experience (optional)

What skills would the volunteer gain?

Tutoring/teaching experience, interpersonal skills, administrative and organisational abilities
  • Your CampusCambridge, Peterborough, Distance Learner, Chelmsford, London, Online and At Home
  • InterestsBefriending and Mentoring, Children and Youth, Community Action, Education, Family, Fundraising, Homelessness, Marketing and Media, Mental Health
  • FrequencyOn-Going, One-Off Events, Internship, Volunteer Project

Employability skills

  • Application of IT 0
  • Communication and Literacy 0
  • Critical Thinking 0
  • Emotional Intelligence 0
  • Intercultural Awareness 0
  • Negotiation and Influencing 0
  • Problem-solving 0
  • Project Management 0
  • Resilience 0
  • Self-Management 0
  • Social Responsibility 0
  • Team Work 0