Posting ID : A1068471518
Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Education Teaching
THE PRINCETON REVIEW, the nation's leading test prep company, is looking for individuals who are bright, dynamic and energetic to teach for us. We are currently recruiting for our upcoming LSAT training and we are looking for qualified candidates who live and/or can work in Manhattan and Queens.
The Princeton Review specializes in teaching students techniques to crack the LSAT and many other graduate level entrance exams, including the MCAT, GMAT, and GRE. We are always looking for intelligent, motivated, charismatic, and reliable people in your area. Many of our teachers find this job a flexible and exciting way to supplement their primary salaries, as our tutoring and classroom teaching occurs in virtually all areas on summer mornings, weekday evenings, and on weekends. Our current staff of expert instructors includes: attorneys, writers, educators, graduate students, actors, full-time parents, psychologists and researchers, to name but a few.
Your paid, comprehensive training will certify you to teach students the LSAT.
Have or are seeking a Bachelor's Degree
Ability to engage with students
Maturity, reliability, and a positive attitude
Excellent communication skills
Minimum yearlong commitment in the five boroughs
Able to score in the 90th percentile on a diagnostic exam
In-person group Audition
Convenient hours and scheduling
Paid, comprehensive training (part online, part live with a trainer)
Starts at $25/hr for LSAT
Veteran teachers can make $50+/hr
A fast-paced and fun work environment
Networking and growth opportunities
The chance to make a difference in someone's life
If you are interested, please apply on our website:
(Click on "Work For Us" then "Teach for The Princeton Review")
If this job is not for you but you know someone who would likely enjoy and do well in this role, please do not hesitate to forward this posting to him or her.
Training begins next week, so please don't delay!
Director of Recruitment and Development
The Princeton Review - New York City