Our team has a wealth of diverse life and career experiences that allow us to think outside of the box and ahead of the curve in the field of e-tutoring. You’ll get the opportunity to work at an institution where individuals are all very passionate about education and about helping students excel in school. You will receive the satisfaction of seeing students’ major boost in confidence in all aspects of life.
We are always looking for talented individuals for part time opportunities. If you are qualified to tutor in Math, English, French or Science and have the I.C.E characteristics, then you will fit right in with the Superkids team.
Apply today! Complete the form and send it with your resume, cover letter and transcript to:
Volunteering at Superkids reaps many benefits. You will gain experience in education by correcting student’s homework, learning about filing documents, organizing data on the computer, etc.
We have our own volunteer & assistant training program, held approximately 12 times a year. Topics of training include SOP of homework correction, motivation and educational psychology and teaching skills.
Testimonial by previous Math volunteer & tutor, Kelvin Yang
Hey everyone! I met Amos yesterday and he asked me to share my learning experiences with Superkids. I’m currently an Actuarial Science major at the University of Waterloo. For those who don’t know me, I was a student at Superkids for about a year and a half before I finished the program and became a volunteer and then a tutor, and stayed there for around two and a half years.
Since everyone is probably very busy I want to make this short and just say that Superkids has prepared me in ways I couldn’t have imagined. Of course at the time I didn’t see it that way; I just had lots of fun doing logic puzzles during the summer time, trying to decipher cryptic handwriting in my notes, practicing French speaking skills and learning at a breakneck pace – which I honestly preferred over my own school’s pace. While school has finally caught up with the things I learnt on the computer (de Moivre’s theorem is taught in a 1st year Algebra class at Waterloo), it’s the other things that I learnt – like how to estimate the area of any floor – and the many things I learnt as a tutor working with a great team at Superkids, that will continue to be so valuable to me. I’ve recently been interviewed by several companies; all of them asked about my experience at Superkids and all of them were surprised to hear about the nature of my responsibilities and accomplishments. If you have the opportunity to volunteer with Superkids, definitely take it – I promise it will do you good!
If you are still a student, then you are very lucky, living in the Montreal area, to have access to what is easily the best learning resource in the country. Continue to work hard, and don’t give the assistants a hard time; please do your homework. :p