This job is completely dependent on how many kids are there. Say you were only supposed to work two hours; if a lot of kids show up, they'll make you work four hours. Also, if you're on call, you'll literally find out your working 30m after your scheduled shift start time (ie you'll get a call at 5pm when you're supposed to start at 4:30). This company thinks its some higher education place when really they just rented out a small property, put together some $10 plastic tables, hired some teenagers at minimum wage, asked them to do stuff way out of their pay grade, and then feasted on all the immigrant families in the area. The funniest part of this job was when the Province of BC had announced that the minimum wage was increased to $11.85 from $10.75. I was making minimum wage at the time. Funnily enough, I got an email from the manager who tried convincing me that he was giving me a raise. All the "mentors" were given to work with was a clipboard, some paper, and a pen, and we were supposed to teach up to 3rd year university, FOR MINIMUM WAGE. People who taught university got paid the same as those who taught Grade 5. Go work for literally any other tutoring company.
Connecting with the kids and doing your best to make sure they have a good future