Why Join Us?

Join us as a tutor today

There are many large and impersonal tutoring companies out there that don’t spend the time to meet their tutors or students in person. That is not us! We get to know both our families and tutors in order to learn about not only their academic background and needs (in the case of the student), but also their personality traits. This information enables us to make a great tutor-student match! In addition, we offer –

Support

We work for both our clients and our TUTORS! We are here to help in any way we can!

No Self Marketing

Let us do the work for you. Our tutors are matched with pre-screened students based on location, interests, personality, and schedules.

Great Pay

We offer competitive Monthly rates- up to ₦150,000

Easy Collaboration

We keep students, parents, tutors, and classroom teachers on the same page via our online reporting system.

Flexibility

Our tutors are free to accept or reject each proposed tutoring assignment.

  • Experience – You need at least two years of teaching or tutoring experience. This restriction can be waived under certain circumstances. Call our friendly Customer Service Reps for clarification.
  • Education – You’ll need at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited 4-year university.
  • HND or undergraduates who have distinguished themselves in their field of study.
  • ​Availability – Are you free on week days and weekends? Our tutors typically tutor anywhere from 2 – 15 hours per week.
  • Reliable Transportation – Are you willing and able to travel to a student’s home?
  • Communication – Do you have great communication skills? Can you engage students and make learning fun?

If this sounds like you, then apply now to join our team!

Welcome To Where You Belong!

Our Home Tutors provides an avenue for experienced teachers to manage and grow their home tutoring business. Did you know that there are over 500,000 parents in Nigeria willing to pay a premium (probably equal to or more than your regular school salary) to teach their kids or even them according to a professional standard?