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Aim Academics hires part-time and full-time tutors for tutoring services to students worldwide in any subject.


Prospective tutors must have access to the following:

  • A personal computer with a broad band Internet access
  • Computer speakers and a microphone
  • Internet telephone software Skype (freely available at
  • For some subjects, a digital tablet & pen mouse is highly recommended (details will be provided to you)
  • A minimum of bachelors degree in the subjects you would like to teach
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English Language
  • Some teaching experience
  • Ability to work during time zones to suit the students in Europe, North America, or Australia
  • Passion for teaching

 Tutors can be located anywhere in the world as long as they can work within the US EST time zone.

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Additional Info

  • Type: Freelance, Online
  • Eligibility: International
  • Investment required?: Yes
  • Need Experience?: No
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