Jobs for Teachers During the Summer

Written by david stewart
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Although summer vacation can be a welcome break for teachers, many of them look for summer jobs to supplement their income or to explore their interests. Those who wish to totally cut off from anything connected with teaching can try jobs as different as delivering pizzas or working at a local supermarket. However, you may find it easier to land summer jobs related to teaching, where your qualifications, experience and communication skills work in your favour. Teaching activity classes, online tutoring and freelance writing are a few options you can consider for a rewarding summer job.

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Teaching Activity Classes

If you love working with children and don't mind spending time with them during your vacation, you can get teaching jobs for the summer. Contact your local community centre, YMCA or summer day camps to find out which classes they conduct during the summer. Most centres hold classes to teach hobbies, fitness, craft, art and music throughout the summer vacations. If you have the requisite skills and experience with teaching these subjects, speak to the program coordinator. Make sure the position is not a volunteer one, and find out the pay details before you apply.

School Tutoring

Schools often offer students additional coaching during summer vacations. If your school runs such programs, speak to your principal about teaching these classes. Summer school courses involve teaching a smaller class and limited portions, so it is not as stressful as teaching your regular course. The atmosphere also tends to be more relaxed, providing greater opportunity for a rewarding interaction with students and other staff. If your school does not have such programs, contact other school districts located nearby to find tutoring opportunities.

Online Tutoring

If you want to keep yourself occupied and make some money without leaving the comfort of your home, try online tutoring jobs. Tutoring sites on the Internet offer you the flexibility of scheduling your online sessions with students at a time that's convenient for you. You need to commit to being online for a fixed number of hours every day. The tutoring agency will pay you by the hour, so this is a good way to earn money during the summer vacation. Although you can also look for teaching jobs at online schools, these are more tedious. Like your regular school job, you have to prepare lesson plans, assign coursework to students and grade their assignments.

Freelance Writing

As a teacher, you possess an in-depth knowledge of the subject you teach. One of the ways you can use this is to take up writing assignments as a freelancer. Many educational and science-related websites, as well as information-based websites, often look for qualified people to write articles on a variety of topics. Besides your knowledge of the subject, you should have strong English language skills that allow you to write grammatically correct, error-free articles. Your familiarity with creating lesson plans in an organised manner will help you create content that flows smoothly and logically.

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