Teaching with VIPKid means…

Making an actual difference.

Teaching with VIPKid means inspiring your students (awesome) and serving as a cultural liaison (also awesome). Plus, you don’t need to speak Chinese (but if you’re curious, “Ni Hao” means “Hello”).

Work when you want, from where you want.

Build a schedule that works for you. And do it from anywhere. The kitchen, your uncle’s house, the moon. Okay, maybe not the moon.

Lesson plans = Not your job.

Focus on what you love (teaching) and skip what you don’t (lesson planning, grading, and curriculum development). Yeah, we thought you might like that.

Getting interactive (and having fun).

Yay for one-on-one classes. Double yay for VIPKid’s engaging, interactive learning platform. It’s our technology that allows us to make this personalized connection between our teachers and students.

And, of course, get paid.

Want specifics about pay? No problem. We offer up to $22/hour. And because we know amazing teachers know other amazing teachers, we pay bonuses for any referrals you make.

Our teachers are here, there, and everywhere.

Teaching online doesn’t mean you don’t have colleagues. Our teachers connect online and in-person to chat, share tips, or plan meet-ups.

Teaching online doesn’t mean you don’t have colleagues. Our teachers connect online and in-person to chat, share tips, or plan meet-ups. Check out what VIPKid teachers around the country are doing on the map below.

Volunteering in Venice:

Teachers cleaned up a beach (and enjoyed some sun).

Dumplings in DC:

Teachers mastered the art of making (and eating) dumplings.

Dunking in Dallas:

Teachers cheered on the Mavs (and high-fived the players).

Crafts in Cleveland:

Teachers got their craft on (and enjoyed some wine).

Noshing in New Orleans:

Teachers gathered for coffee (yum!) & beignets (double yum!).

Singing in Salt Lake:

Teachers sang their hearts out (some more than others) at karaoke.

Cupcakes in Charlotte:

Teachers enjoyed a sweet treat (or two!) together.

Motivated in Marietta:

Teachers enjoyed learning new tips and tricks about student engagement.