Student Coordinators are people who perform the following two tasks:
Post flyers advertising our tutoring service in neighborhood stores
throughout the city.
Take care of calls from people seeking academic help from one of our
tutors and facilitate the process of hiring a tutor to help overcome
With regard to task 1, we need a person who’s healthy, articulate, well-spoken,
intelligent, reliable, mature, fit and presentable to post flyers advertising
our tutoring service in neighborhood stores throughout their home region.
These 8.5”x11” flyers are to be posted from 9:00AM to 6:00PM Monday
to Saturday during February-March and September-October each year. You
can see copies of the flyers we use on our
Link To Us (
http://www.a1tutor.com/linktous.html )" web page.
With regard to task 2, the same person would spend one to five hours
a day on the phone handling tutoring inquiries
and helping people seeking lessons. This would be done at home
from September 1 to June 30. To see how we sign up students for our
tutors, please visit our
Selling Students (
http://www.a1tutor.com/t_selling.html ) web page.
We’re looking for Student Coordinators in each of the following 22 regions:
North Brooklyn, South Brooklyn, East Manhattan, West Manhattan, Northeast
Queens, Northwest Queens, South Queens, Staten Island, East Bronx, West
Bronx, North Nassau, South Nassau, East Suffolk, West Suffolk, Lower
Westchester, Upper Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland, Orange,
Ulster and Sullivan. We plan to employ a total of 22 Student Coordinators,
one for each region indicated above.
We’ll give top priority to mature candidates who drive, are retired,
can perform all three tasks and intend to work with us for several years.
However, if we’re unable to find a suitable single candidate in a particular
location, we may consider splitting up the job and hiring two people
(i.e., a Flyer Distributor and a Lesson Sign-Up Specialist) instead
of one to do the three tasks done by a Student Coordinator.
If you'd like to become the Student Coordinator for your home region,
just visit our
How To Become A Student Coordinator web page. Then, fill
Greater New York Student Coordinator Application application and
click the SEND button
at the bottom of the page when finished. A Form Confirmation Letter
will appear within a few seconds to indicate successful transmission.
We'll call you within a few days and tell you if we believe you’re suitable
for the job. If you wish to speak with us about this position after
you’ve THOROUGHLY and
COMPLETELY read our
How To Become A Student Coordinator
web page, you may call
us at (866) 463-7386.