Our Mission

Everyone can learn. Everyone has a right to Literacy. We go to where the people are, rather than expecting them to come to us. We value innovation. We encourage people to bring us new ideas about Learning. Students decide what they want to learn and how they want to learn it. Our tutors are there to help them do this. We are committed to working with people who have not been given adequate learning opportunities elsewhere.

Learner Registration

The form below is to be filled out by all learners interested in participating in tutoring sessions with one of our three programs. Please download this form, fill it out and submit to the Chair in charge of the program you or your child is applying to. All Chair contact information can be found on the “Contact Us” page. To learn more about our programs please visit our "About Us" page. Please find the link to the form below.

If you are interested in receiving tutoring from Read for Fun yourself or to sign up your child for this program, please submit your completed Learner Registration Form (found above) AND the Circle Preference Form attached below to queensreadforfun@gmail.com.

If you are interested in receiving tutoring from Math is Might yourself or to sign up your child for this program, please submit your completed Learner Registration Form (found above) to queensmathismight@gmail.com.

Fall hiring is now live!

Tutor Hiring

TO APPLY TO BE A TUTOR Download and fill out the application to the right and send it to the email below to apply:


We are currently looking for tutors to join four different programs. You may apply to and work under as many of the following programs as you'd like!

What can I expect as a tutor?

When you choose to join us as a tutor, you open yourself to a whole world of opportunity! Each of our programs is distinctive and rewarding in different ways.

Read below for a more in-depth look into each of our four programs!

Read for Fun

In Read for Fun, you'll be paired one-on-one with a learner from the local Kingston community and you'll help them with language literacy, homework, and anything else they need!


Literacy Outreach

Our Literacy Outreach program works with local non-profit shelters like Lily's Place as well as with Immigrant Services Kingston & Area (ISKA) to provide free tutoring services oriented towards literacy. As a tutor, you'll be working one-on-one with learners from diverse backgrounds.


Math is Might

Developed just last year during the pandemic, Math is Might endeavours to focus on literacy in mathematical subjects. As a tutor, you'll be working either one-on-one or in small groups to help high school students with their understanding in math.


Community & Development

As a tutor in Community & Development, you'll be working on special projects aimed to improve the internal resources & logistics for all of Queen's Students for Literacy. There are 3 branches of C&D: Marketing, Statistics & Records and Resources.