1 Decide what you can offer. You can be an ace in grammar or writing - you need to know what you can do better before offering your services.
2 Check out the local schools. It is always a good feeling to be able to help in your own region. Teachers in local schools may already talked to some parents with their child for tutoring. They can steer you in the right direction.
3 Communicate with parents about whether they are interested in seeking a guardian for their child. Simply because the teacher recommended that does not mean that parents are on board.
4 Meeting with students to see if you are a match or not. There are students who may not be able to work with you and vice versa. The main idea is to help students succeed.
5 Establish a timetable. You do not want to work with a student at a time. Make sure it's a time convenient for all participants. You may be more a guardian of a pupil at a time, but it is better for the student to have your full attention. This way, you'll be able to judge whether it is really learning.
6 Use the Internet to find jobs and work at home tutoring. You do not have contact face to face with your students, what might work best for you.