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NC Education Corps is recruiting its next cohort of high-impact literacy tutors to support students across the state throughout the 2022-2023 school year. Corps members are employed (yes, paid!) by their local school districts to serve as part-time literacy tutors — adding critical capacity in elementary classrooms across North Carolina.

Tutors will receive high-dosage tutor training and ongoing support from NC Education Corps and their school district. The pay rate for this role ranges from $15 – $25/hour, dependent on experience.

An ideal tutor is someone who is:

  • Passionate about supporting students, teachers, and public schools.
  • Flexible enough to commit at least three days a week (10-15 or 15-25 hours/week).
  • Positive, upbeat, and excited to make a difference.

NC Education Corps knows that your potential to make a difference in a child’s life is defined by your capacity to be there and encourages individuals of all backgrounds to apply, even if you don’t have a degree or experience in education.

Interested individuals can learn more and apply at


NCAE will hold a briefing for the press tomorrow at 10am at 301 N Wilmington St., Raleigh, NC 27601 on the Halifax Mall behind the Department of Public Instruction. If you can’t attend, follow along at #ExperienceMatters4NC.

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.

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