How do you select your tutors?
All of our tutors are experienced independent, public, or charter school teachers. Every tutor undergoes a thorough reference check before being interviewed and teaching a sample lesson. We then select only the tutors whose skill and enthusiasm meet our standards.
How do you match a student to the ideal tutor?
We consult with you prior to matching your child with a tutor to ensure that we fully understand his or her learning profile and academic needs. There is no charge for this initial consultation.
How long is a typical session?
While a typical session lasts for an hour, sessions usually range from 45 minutes to two hours, depending on the age of the student and the assignment at hand.
What are your rates?
Our rates vary according to the age of the student. For further information, please contact us at email@example.com.
How does billing work?
We will send you a monthly invoice at the beginning of each month for the previous month’s sessions.
Are there any additional charges on top of the hourly fee, such as administrative or transportation costs?
No, there are no additional fees.
Which schools do TWT’s students attend?
In addition to working with students at public and charter schools throughout the city, our tutors have supported students from schools including Avenues: The World School, Bard High School, The Berkeley Carroll School, The Brearley School, Brooklyn Friends School, The Cathedral School, The Chapin School, The School at Columbia University, The Collegiate School, Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, The Dalton School, The Dwight School, Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Friends Seminary, Grace Church School, The Heschel School, The Hewitt School, Horace Mann School, The Nightingale Bamford School, The Packer Collegiate Institute, Poly Prep Country Day School, Riverdale Country School, The Spence School, St. David’s, St. Bernard’s, The Town School, The Trinity School, and the United Nations International School.
I’m interested in tutoring for Teachers Who Tutor | NYC. How do I go about applying?
Please send a resume and a cover letter describing your teaching experience and tutoring expertise to firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you have further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.