Outschool Partners With Moonlighting to Support Those Affected by School Closures in the Wake of COVID-19

Tens of millions of students, teachers, and families have been impacted by COVID-19. While traditional brick and mortar education has come to a halt, online learning has taken its place. As a result, online learning platforms like Outschool have become more vital than ever. Outschool connects motivated learners, parents, and teachers to create a marketplace of live online classes for K-12 learners.

Moonlighting has always been a mission-driven organization but recent events have amplified our passion to help. This partnership allows our close to 800,000 freelancers the opportunity to make up to $40.00 an hour teaching courses online from their homes with no formal credentials required.

Many of us at Moonlighting employees have school-aged kids so this partnership is certainly hitting close to home. Like you, we are seeing and feeling the impact school closings have on our own lives. So we are doubly excited to partner with Outschool to help keep kids’ learning experiences uninterrupted.

If this new partnership sounds like a great opportunity to utilize your skills during this difficult time, read on to find out what you’ll need to know to teach with Outschool.

Why teach with Outschool?

  • Earn money flexibly
    Teach online from your home and on your schedule
  • Be creative
    Design your curriculum and teach the way you want
  • Motivated learners
    Work with learners who have chosen to be at your class
  • No bureaucracy
    Spend your time teaching, not doing paperwork

And the teachers don’t just love the benefits Outschool has to offer. “I absolutely love working through Outschool,” says Outschool teacher, Jessika O’Sullivan. “Not only because it is so convenient and fits into my life but also because I have met the most wonderful students and parents.”

Requirements for teaching with Outschool

Outschool does not require formal teaching credentials. They believe many adults can offer rewarding classes based on their experience and interests. They do require criminal background checks before your first class starts.

Applying to teach with Outschool

You’ll find Outschool’s full job description on Moonlighting, including requirements, earnings potentials, and responsibilities. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, simply click the “Learn More” button on the job listing page, and you’ll be taken to Outschool’s website, where you can sign up and start teaching.

Additional Resources

This partnership is part of our ongoing effort to keep America working, and learning, during this difficult time. We recently announced in response to the impact Coronavirus is having on gig, freelance and part-time workforces, that our services are now available free of charge until further notice.

“We recognize the myriad of challenges independent, freelance and part-time workers are facing as a result of Coronavirus-related closures, cancellations and restrictions,” said Moonlighting CEO, Jeff Tennery. “By providing access to our platform free of charge, we’re hopeful those affected can quickly find replacement or augmenting work.”

You can sign up for Moonlighting to search for work-from-home, part-time, and freelance job opportunities, access tools to better manage your business and resources to save you time and money at https://www.moonlighting.com/download.

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