Teach MCAT Chemistry for the Princeton Review
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. It's hard to adequately describe the satisfaction you'll get when your students contact you on score release day to tell you how well they did, and how they couldn't have done it without you.
Our classes and scheduling are flexible, and you can fit teaching for us in alongside college or grad school classes, other jobs and lab work, and even graduate school. Our base pay is competitive - $23-35 an hour for MCAT Chemistry Instructors and you'll have plenty of opportunities for professional development as long as you're at TPR.
What We're Currently Looking For:
MCAT Chemistry Instructors located in Florida
- Bright, engaging, dynamic presence in front of the classroom
- Teaching or tutoring experience is preferred, but not required -- we'll train you!
- Competitive prior test scores preferred, but not required -- you will be required to take a qualifying test for the subject you apply to.
- A car for transportation is preferred, but not required.
We'll reach out to you ASAP. Qualified applicants can expect to have a phone interview, take a qualifying exam and perform a teaching audition. If you're accepted based on these factors, you'll be invited to an instructor training.
We look forward to hearing from you!
To apply please go to: http://tinyurl.com/h3w3oae
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