The Princeton Review is looking to hire some part-time SAT Instructors!Why teach for TPR? Our instructors love what they do! This an intellectually challenging job that allows you to make a profound difference in the lives of your students and society as large as you help the next generation of college students prepare for their exams. Its hard to adequately describe the satisfaction youll get when your students contact you on score release day to tell you how well they did, and how they couldnt have done it without you.Who Can Apply: TPR Instructors dont fit a typical profile; they come from many different backgrounds and walks of life. We have college students, grad students, high school teachers and college professors on our staff, but we also employ bright, dynamic individuals working in completely separate industries. We offer an industry-leading teacher training program and teaching experience is not a formal job requirement. However, in your application process, you will need to demonstrate a strong aptitude for both teaching and standardized test-taking. If you are sharp-witted, dynamic and able to command the attention and respect of a room full of students, love helping others learn and can score highly on our qualifying test, this job is for you. Associated topics: after school, ballroom, child care, driving, extra, gre, horse, instructor, jrotc, shooting
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