Parrish Learning Zone, LLC is continuously looking for talented tutors who have a passion for teaching!
If you are interested in tutoring please click the link above to take you to our application. Once you have filled it out completely and signed, it will be emailed back to us. We will then contact you to discuss our openings. If you have any questions please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why tutor for Parrish Learning Zone?
We take the legwork out of tutoring for you so you can do what you do best — teach. We allow you to focus on teaching students based on subject/specialty area, convenience of locations of your choosing, and your schedule.
We bill your clients directly; therefore, you do not have to worry about collecting money from your students. You are also covered by our 24 hours’ notice cancellation policy.
Questions? Feel free to email us at email@example.com or call us at 540-999-8759, for more information.
Benefits of tutoring with parrish
You choose the schedule that works for you.
No student scheduling
We take care of all parent and student scheduling.
Our pay ranges from $20 to $40 per hour.
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