Low pay, but very rewarding.
Peer Tutor (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – April 7, 2016
While very laid-back, the organization was still very positive and essentially professional.
Hour-by-hour meetings with students keeps the day flowing, and if you have a very challenging meeting with a student, it allows you to regroup your educational tactics effectively, without getting bogged down.
Management presence was very minimal. But the people in management were good.
Coworker interaction was fairly minimal, as well. However, 90%+ were very supportive and helpful.
Hardest part of the job: Spending hour after hour with a student (this happened less than once every six months) but realizing that they should just drop the class they are taking.
Best part of the job: The best part was the time spent with students who wanted to learn. And that was 95% of the time.
Awesome job if you like teaching, Pay is ensured regardless of whether your student shows
$7.25 an hour, and no hours at the start of the term