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Open World Academy 123 World Drive Anywhere, USA Greetings! It is my distinct pleasure to welcome you to our team of virtual English tutors! As a new tutor with Open World Academy, you support our virtual English teachers in providing varied learning pathways for students of the English language from all over the globe. Each week you will provide exceptional tutoring experiences to 15 30 English learners in one-hour virtual sessions. This is a full-time, flexible hourly position that will range from 30 to 40 hours per week, or more as you build a strong learner network. Our one-year experienced tutors average 45 hours per week, scheduling tutoring sessions based on the needs of the learner. To start, you will work with one of our experienced tutors to schedule three to five sessions daily to help you adjust to the demands of the sessions. After the three-week training period, you will be able to schedule your own sessions but will still be able to reach out to your experienced tutoring partner.
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