Ready to recruit? We’re here to help!

Not sure where to start with your tutor recruitment? We’ve created toolkit of materials so you can feel confident in knowing you’re on your way to recruiting some great talent. Some of the best tutors are people who already have a connection to you or your school so make sure people know your students need help for the upcoming school year. Download the kit below and get started by reviewing the guide to tutor recruitment. With your help, we know this year can be more!

Utilize these tools to maximize results for your students.

By sharing this information and asking others to do the same, you can expand your reach and increase your recruitment efforts exponentially! Download the kit and review:

  • Social media posts and graphics

  • Website blurbs for your school website and district employment page

  • Email templates and newsletter articles

  • A sample letter to the editor for your local paper

Principals Share Ideas That Worked

“I shared on Facebook and asked my friends and family to do the same. I heard from several people who were interested and applied!”

“I got in touch with our district communications department and asked if they could feature the need for tutors. They were able to get a story in the news!”

“I paid attention to the parents that were consistently at school for pick-up and drop-off and talked to each one about the opportunity to become a tutor.”

“We reached out to volunteers already giving their time to our students.”

Be Rewarded

Principals and coaches — Know someone who is ready to be the difference in a student’s life? Refer a new tutor candidate and receive a limited-edition softshell jacket!

About AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps, often called the “domestic Peace Corps,” is an opportunity to make a big difference in your life and in the lives of those around you. It’s a chance to apply your skills and ideas toward helping others and meeting critical needs in the community. Each year, AmeriCorps provides opportunities for 75,000 Americans to give back to their communities. Since 1994, more than one million Americans have given their time through the AmeriCorps program. AmeriCorps is committed to the inclusion of qualified individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, political affiliation, or other non-merit factors.

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