Teachers Looking For Summer Work? Consider Telecommuting!

We all know teachers (at least in most public schools in most areas) are underpaid. A lot of the teachers I know look for part-time gigs in the summer and while a decade ago looking for summer work often resulted in retail sales and restaurant positions, today there are part-time telecommuting opportunities that teachers could take advantage of for making that extra bit of income in the summer months.

Here are 2 opportunities I found with a quick search:

Educational Writers Needed

Source: Craigslist Post

An established educational publishing company is seeking professional writers to write practice questions for for these teaching topics:

  • Computer Science
  • School Librarian
  • Educational Diagnostician
  • Speech
  • Physical Education
  • Agricultural Science

Successful candidates will have an affinity for writing complex educational materials in a clear, concise manner. Due to the sensitive nature of our industry, we are posting this opportunity confidentially. Interested individuals should send a resume to technicalwriter3@gmail.com and reference Chicago Craigslist in the subject line.

  • Compensation: Up to $20 per hour possible
  • Telecommuting is ok.
  • This is a part-time job.
  • This is a contract job.
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don’t contact this job poster.
  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Spanish Language Subject Matter Expert/Writer

Source: Career Builder

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop and write content and assessments that meet state, national, and/or College Board standards while using sound and accepted curriculum pedagogical practices.
  • Review and provide necessary revisions for course content and assessments.
  • Adhere to project timelines.

As a teacher you have a lot of knowledge, an educational background, some super-mad skills, and the summer off from your full-time daily routine at school. Consider your concentration subject matter and put those talents to work for you part time in the next few months and have your bank account looking pretty by the time school is back in session this fall!

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