ESL Tutoring

ESL Tutoring From Home For Englishunt

January 6, 2014 0 comments by Anna T

Work from home ESL tutoringEnglishunt is a company you can apply with to get paid for at-home ESL tutoring. The company was founded in Korea in the year 2000, so it has been around for quite a number of years now. Englishunt claims to be the largest provider of live video classes for English language instruction in South Korea. This is a company where you CAN get a job even without prior experience in the ESL field.

The opportunity is available to people in the US only, and it’s an independent contractor position.

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ESL Teaching From Home For ISUS

September 23, 2013 2 comments by Anna T

Are you a native English speaker? You can get a work from home job teaching English for ISUS.Today’s post is an in-depth review of ISUS, another company you can do ESL tutoring/teaching for. I know that I just reviewed a similar company — Language Development Systems — last week, so I hope this isn’t overkill. But ISUS is a well-known company and I frequently share their leads over on my daily job board, so I figured I may as well go ahead and dig a little deeper.

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ESL Tutoring For Language Development System

September 18, 2013 0 comments by Anna T

tutoring for Language Development SystemEarlier in the month, I listed a lead on my job board for a company called Language Development System that hires online teachers for ESL tutoring. One of my readers got in touch with them to find out more about the company and was kind enough to share the info she received with me, so I do have some information I can add here in addition to what is posted on their website. I was also able to find a small amount of feedback about them at WAHM and Work Place Like Home.
The Job
As an ESL tutor for Language Development System, you are tutoring non-English speakers to speak English. All of the…

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ESL Tutoring From Home

May 1, 2012 4 comments by Anna T

ESL Tutoring From HomeWhen I research job leads, I often come across a lot of companies that are looking for ESL tutors. If you want to work from home and are qualified to do this, this could be a great way to make some money! The requirements vary from company to company as does the pay. Some want a college degree, others don’t mind if you have don’t have one. Also, sometimes the work will be done online while other times it’s via phone and/or webcam. Here’s a long list of places to check out if you think this type of work might be for you:

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ESL Tutoring for Kaibell

December 12, 2011 2 comments by Anna T

ESL Tutoring for KaibellKaibell is a company that hires people for contract positions to do ESL tutoring remotely from their computers. From what I’ve read online, this looks like you could be tutoring adults or children who do not have English as their first language. The work is done via Skype. Please keep in mind that while their current openings page is up and running on the website, there’s still a chance they may not be actively hiring right now. But it looks like you can apply regardless since the page is up.
How much does Kaibell pay?
Sorry, the rate of pay and method pay, etc. are not advertised here and details online are sketchy. Your rate of pay per…

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Get Paid for ESL Tutoring at GoFLUENT

November 17, 2011 3 comments by Anna T

Get Paid for ESL TutoringThere are a lot of home-based jobs popping up lately for home-based ESL tutoring. I’ve reviewed a few of these here, including  TutorABC. I found out about another company today called GoFLUENT that also hires people to work from  home doing ESL tutoring.
Does GoFLUENT hire nationwide?
This company is limited to hiring in certain areas. I’m not sure if this changes or not, but as of the date of this blog posting, they are open only to tutors in Kansas, Missouri, New York, and Pennsylvania as well as native English speakers in Canada who are bilingual in French, Italian, Russian, German, or Japanese.
How much…

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TutorABC Review – ESL Tutoring

August 3, 2011 18 comments by Anna T

TutorABC ReviewWhile looking for tutoring opportunities to review for you, I found one that seemed pretty interesting! TutorABC hires people to teach English to people from various countries. Most of the students know some English, but need help speaking conversational English. I’ve also read that the majority of people you would be teaching are Asian. Here are some more specifics:

How much does Tutor ABC pay?
You actually negotiate your rate per class with the company. Once the rate is agreed upon, you will receive monthly payments via either Paypal or bank wire transfer depending on where you live. I’ve read a few reviews, and people who work for them say they always pay on time. You can probably expect…

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Open English

January 31, 2011 16 comments by Anna T

Open EnglishWhat is Open English?
Open English is a language school that hires native English speakers to work remotely from home teaching English to non-native speakers. The school has been around since 2007.

How much does Open English pay?
Pay is $8 to $11 per class, and this rate is based on seniority level. No info on method of pay or frequency.

What are the requirements to become an English language tutor?
You have to be a native English speaker with an American accent, and you also must have some experience teaching the English language to people who don’t speak English natively. It’s also important that you are able to speak Spanish conversationally. In addition to these requirements, they…

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