SoFlo College Admissions Counseling Careers

SoFlo College Counseling

we are hiring

We are hiring Zoom College Admissions Counselors. Pay is $25 an hour plus bonuses -- solid for a job you can do in your pajamas. You'll help students make their college list, edit their application essays, and process admissions paperwork. At SoFlo, we offer free tutoring to those in need and plant trees in honor of every tutor. If you're an expert at the college process, enjoy essay writing, and want control of your schedule then we want you.

We are hiring Zoom College Admissions Counselors. Pay is $25 an hour plus bonuses -- solid for a job you can do in your pajamas. You'll help students make their college list, edit their application essays, and process paperwork. At SoFlo, we offer free tutoring to those in need and plant trees in honor of every tutor. If you're an expert at the college process, enjoy essay writing, and want control of your then we want you.

about the job

What You'll Do

You will video-chat with high school students weekly to help them with every step of the college admissions process. You'll use your knowledge to make a college list of reach, target and safety schools. You'll work with your students to polish their application by editing college essays, and making sure there are no small mistakes.  

Who We Are

We are exceptional online college counselors that develop a personalized strategy tailored to our students. Our 50+ tutors and advisors come from top schools like Princeton, Georgetown, and Vanderbilt. We also offer free help to those in need -- money shouldn’t stop someone from achieving their dreams.

pay, Hours, and schedule

Pay starts at $25/hour plus bonuses. We expect counselors to work with 4 students a week, which is a 6 hour weekly commitment. Tutors schedule sessions directly with students at their convenience, so tutors have complete control of their schedule. 

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