As a Math Corps tutor, you’ll have a lasting impact on your students by helping them become problem solvers for life. Whatever your experience or background, we’ll train and coach you in proven strategies to help your students succeed. The rewards are amazing: You’ll be the first to see your students’ progress, smiles and new confidence.
Ready to learn more? Let us take you along for a typical day in the life of a math tutor.
What You Give
When you join Minnesota Math Corps, you’ll serve for one school year and be one of 80,000 Americans who choose to invest in their communities by serving in AmeriCorps each year.
What You’ll Get: Benefits for Tutors
Tuition & Loan Repayment
Earn an education award to pay tuition or repay student loans. Tutors 55 and older can transfer their award to their child, grandchild or foster child. You’ll also receive student loan forbearance while you serve.
You’ll receive a paycheck every two weeks.
You’ll build skills such as professionalism and communication, and will gain invaluable experience working in a school setting.
Serve full-time with Minnesota Math Corps and you’re eligible to enroll in a free health insurance plan.
Depending on your income, you may qualify to receive help with childcare costs.
New Friends of All Ages
Grow your personal and professional network, get to know your community and be a role model for many young learners.
I have been so grateful to Math Corps for providing this opportunity to explore teaching as a profession. This has taught me that I love teaching in a way that I feel really roots students in a deep understanding of mathematical concepts by incorporating concrete manipulatives.
My role is about more than increasing math scores. It is allowing my students to see their potential as great thinkers and problem solvers. When I hear my students say, “Wow! That was easy,” or “Oh, I know this!” it is music to my ears.
You don’t have to be a "math person" to do Math Corps—I’m not. You just need to be willing to help students who need that little extra to get them back up to where they need to be.
I didn’t realize how great it would feel to have a student get excited and say, “I get it now!” I know that being a Math Corps tutor is where I am supposed to be.