## Algebra 2 Tutors Needed In Chicago, IL

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Looking for tutors near Chicago, IL able to teach Algebra 2. Help local students master Algebra 2 while you earn supplemental income. Tutors of all experience levels are invited to apply, including college students, certified teachers, and retired professionals. Students of all levels need help, from elementary school to adult. Other subjects commonly needed include math, science, English, test prep, and foreign language.

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Chicago State University |

Student Recruitment Type Student Tutor Minimum Qualifications Math Tutor must have completed math course 1200 (College... Algebra) and pass the math proficiency exam. All students must have a minimum GPA 3.0 in all math classes. English Tutors... |

-Posted October 4, 2018

**Chicago, IL**

WorldWise Tutoring |

Math ( Algebra 2 and above). Tutors are needed who have experience teaching:. Tutors will meet one-on-one and in-person with students at/near their homes/schools... |

-Posted on October 17, 2018

Project: VISION |

Tutors must work at least 2 shifts per week. At least college freshmen for grades 6-8 tutors and at least college sophomore standing for grades 9-12 tutors.... |

-Posted on September 18, 2018

StudyPoint |

2 years (Required). Tutor with the best! Must feel comfortable teaching all sections of the SAT or ACT exam, including math (high school-level algebra I,... |

-Posted on October 19, 2018

StudyPoint |

2 years (Required). Tutor with the best! Must feel comfortable teaching all sections of the SAT or ACT exam, including math (high school-level algebra I,... |

-Posted on October 19, 2018