Summer Tutors

We are hiring up to 22 tutors to work with English, French Immersion, and Francophone students.

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Apply to be a Summer Tutor today!

Clients: Children in grades K to 6

Duration: 10 weeks starting in mid-June

Hours: 35-42 hours/week (possiblility of working a total of 420 hours)

Wage: $15/hour includes vacation pay

Location: To be determined (a public library or other public location)

NEW – Deadline to apply: May 13th , 2022 at midnight

Screening Requirements:

You must be:

  • a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a person on whom refugee protection has been conferred
  • not working full-time at another job
  • available to work full-time hours from June 20 – August 26, 2022
  • 15 years of age or older
  • willing to sign a waiver
  • willing to get a criminal record check and vulnerable sector check done
  • have access to a vehicle and able to travel

Tutor Job Description

As a tutor, you will:

  • participate in training, set your own weekly schedule, communicate with parents and teachers, and create unique lesson plans for each student
  • tutor one-on-one in 45 minutes sessions
  • work independently

While this position is an independent one and requires tutors to take initiative and set their own schedule, we offer many supports.  We will give you the necessary training, resources, peer support and information you will need to succeed.


  • Experience working with children ages 5 to 12
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Strong ability to work independently
  • Strong ability to be creative and innovative


  • Completed at least one year of post-secondary, vocational or technical program 
  • Ability to tutor French students in grades K to 6 (please include your DELF certification level in your cover letter)
  • Knowledge of effective literacy teaching strategies
  • Experience working with children with learning disabilities

You will be responsible to:

  • attend and participate in orientation and training sessions
  • organize your own schedule, coordinating it with parents’ schedules
  • develop unique lesson plans for each student
  • report to your supervisor/mentor regularly
  • maintain good communication with parents
  • write final reports for each child at the end of the tutoring term
  • submit timesheets and mileage sheets bi-weekly to your supervisor
  • keep all information organized and confidential
  • assist in collecting evaluation information

How to apply:

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Please do not email or mail your resume. Only those who apply through this online application form will be considered for employment.

Contact Information:

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