Here are five summer jobs to consider for substitute teachers.
No matter the grade level or subject, tutors play an important role for students at all stages of their development. Tutors assist students in everything from the occasional homework assignment to standardized tests and everything in between. Tutoring is a great way for substitute teachers to help students using the skills they’ve developed leading classes during the school year.
There are several ways substitute teachers can become tutors.
- You can work for a tutoring center or agency like Mathnasium — there are many different tutoring companies, with different specialities, around the country
- You can become a private tutor, connecting with clients on services like Wyzant, Care.com, Upwork, HeyTutor, as well as through your own network.
From sports to tech, adventure to sleepaway, and plenty in between, there are many types of summer camps. The most rewarding employment opportunities for substitute teachers, however, might be found at an academic summer camp.
In addition to the fun and games that are found in a traditional summer camp setting, academic summer camps offer valuable out-of-school learning opportunities that help students get a step ahead.
Substitute teachers have a perfect background for academic summer camps jobs — their teaching skills and diverse curriculum knowledge helps them support campers. (That’s why Galileo Summer Camps offers priority hiring to Swing Education substitute teachers, for example.)
Summer School Teacher
The end of the academic year doesn’t mean the end of learning at many school locations. Substitute teachers can explore summer school job opportunities directly with a school or district, or with an online jobs platform like Indeed, SchoolSpring, or Monster.
If you’re looking to continue to teach over the summer but would prefer to do so from the comfort of your own home, the virtual education world might be the right fit. Organizations like Qkids, Odysseyware, Teachaway, Flexjobs, and many more connect qualified teachers with students via the internet. The growth of online learning has resulted in an increased demand for web-based teachers, and many of these opportunities are flexible and part-time.
Gig Economy Opportunities
Gig economy jobs are tailor-made for flexibility, and many fit seamlessly within a substitute teacher’s summer schedule.
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