If you're looking to join us as a tutor - great news! Everything you need to know is on this page.
“Can I take the opportunity to thank you for all your help and support - tutoring with Minerva has been really pivotal in my decision to go into teaching and definitely helped a lot with my application, as well as being a really enjoyable experience!Catherine, Tutor, 2020
At Minerva, we're always on the lookout for experienced tutors who, most importantly, fit our values and philosophy. We're searching for extra-special applicants who can inspire a sense of wonder in our pupils and who can motivate them to apply themselves independently to the challenges of growth and self-development.
If you've had a look around our website and think you've got what it takes, we'd love to hear from you.
It's worth mentioning that we do prefer to work with tutors who can commit to at least 10-20 hours tuition per week. With much of our work being with homeschooling clients, working with Minerva can often mean you're tutoring a pupil for a year, or, as in many cases, for many years. We prefer candidates who can give our pupils and their families the security and stability they require and who can commit long term.
As a general rule, we tend to take on less tutors than most agencies. Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we receive we are not able to get back to everybody.
If you're interested in a position as an international tutor, or you'd like to work on a more part time, ad-hoc basis, there is certainly no harm in submitting an application to us - it means we will have your details on file should any relevant opportunities arise in the future.
Start Your Application.
Our Hiring Process.
Once you submit an application, we will assess if we think you could be a good fit, and, if so, be in touch to arrange an interview, usually face to face. The interview will require you to teach a lesson plan of your own choosing, which will be explained by our recruitment team beforehand. If your interview is successful, we may ask you to attend training sessions in areas we feel may be of benefit.