Tutor Corps

Our mission is to empower students with the tools and confidence to succeed academically, to encourage self-advocacy, and to inspire a love of learning.

To achieve this goal, our trusted management team has hand-picked a corps of exceptional instructors who, in addition to being experts in their fields, care deeply about the “whole student” experience - the overall well-being of their students along with their academic achievements.

Our management team is dedicated, creative and solutions-oriented. Combining our expertise with a vast network of educational resources, we strive to fill every educational need. We believe the instructor-student or instructor-school match is paramount, and take pride in our ability to successfully facilitate these matches through a personalized and deliberate process.

We offer: academic tutoring, test prep, homeschooling, school staffing

Depending on the type and location of the request, Tutor Corps can offer specialized tutors who have experience with the following learning differences:

  • Executive Functioning
  • Dyslexia
  • Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Language Processing Disorder
  • Autism spectrum

Please note that Tutor Corps specializes in helping school districts and parents of children with IEPs (Individual Education Plans) provide in-home academic support when working in a classroom setting is no longer an option.

In honor of Robbie Engelmann, a beloved mother, gifted therapist, teacher, and advocate of the underserved, the Tutor Corps Foundation awards scholarships to provide a year of complimentary tutoring for lower income young women.

Robbie cared deeply about creating opportunities for young women. The Robbie Engelmann Memorial Scholarship funds one-on-one tutoring for five students for the academic year. The scholarship recipients will meet once a week with a tutor to receive consistent academic support along with mentoring to build confidence and self-esteem.

Applicants must be female students, live in the Bay Area or Los Angeles, be in 5th through 12th grade, demonstrate a financial need for tutoring and be recommended by a teacher and parent. Applications are due every June 1st.

San Francisco Office:
2443 Fillmore St #380-7575, San Francisco, CA 94115
Los Angeles Office:
5042 Wilshire Blvd #37217, Los Angeles, CA 90036

2443 Fillmore St #380-7575
94115 San Francisco , CA
Thu, May 25, 2017: 11:51 am
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