Summer Tutoring: when to put on my resume?

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  1. Tombubb77

    Tombubb77 Rookie

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    May 27, 2016

    I'm about to start a summer tutoring job. When is it appropriate to list it on my resume if I'm seeking a new teaching position next year?
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    List it now...you should be sending out packages for next years openings as I type ths!
     
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    Thank you czacza I will!
     
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    Second question: should I put the tutoring in work experience on applications even though I haven't technically started yet? Pretty sure I know the answer to that one but thought I'd ask...
     
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    I freely admit that I pay to have my resume created, but the advantage is that well versed professionals in the field know where to put the information, and also know how to phrase the experience/skill factor to shine most favorably on you. Just a thought and rationale for using the resume professionals to make my resume shine.
     
  7. mckbearcat48

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    Put it in ASAP. More is better than less. Good luck.
     
  8. kajalsengupta

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    Have you thought of trying online tutoring also. You can do so for the entire year without moving out of your room. It is easy and doable. You simply have to choose a right online whiteboard for teaching with easy to use virtual classroom tools. I teach Physics online and am able to reach students from many countries.
     
  9. CanIteachPhysic

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    If you don't mind, how do you get clients? Are you signed up with a service, or advertise on Craigslist or other places??
     
  10. ABC123

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    Kids to tutor.....the 3 i tutored last year were students of a teacher I worked with at my school (i'm a Para), she told the parents about me and they emailed me, one was the child of a teacher in my building actually.
     
  11. kajalsengupta

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    I presume the question is for me. To be very frank getting students online is not easy. You have to active on social media and also explore places like Craig's list. there are many tutoring agencies too. A search on the net will lead you to them.Initially it is better to go through an agency but their commission is going to be steep. I have tried various avenues . Using the platform WizIQ .com is one of them.
     

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