Teaching is a calling. Maybe you haven't been a teacher in the traditional sense, but you're already a teacher at heart through community leadership, academic excellence, student government, and the many other ways you make a positive impact on those around you. Whatever your story, if you're ready to take the next step in teaching or would like to bring your skills to a company with swag and street cred to prove it, then join our team! The Princeton Review is the nation's leader in test preparation because we believe that everyone is entitled to a college-ready education. We are looking for like-minded individuals who want to make this a reality through the power of teaching. If we can figure out how to beat the SAT, we can bring out the teacher in you! Teach for the love of teaching. Teach for The Princeton Review!
Our SAT teachers pride themselves on giving our students the best classroom experience, whether in-person or online. They do this by:
· Maintaining an effective classroom and creating a positive learning environment by constructively resolving discipline issues and preventing distractions.
· Modeling professionalism and respectfulness in every interaction.
· Creating a positive and safe classroom environment to promote learning.
· Providing instruction that is fun and engaging through The Princeton Review's curriculum.
· Being great communicators in their interactions with students, parents, and Princeton Review staff. It really does take a village to raise a kid's SAT score!
· Delivering the goods: helping students consistently improve their scores, and providing counsel and support each step of the way.
- SAT minimum score requirements
Math - 600 (700 after our training)
Reading - 600 (700 after our training)
Writing - 600 (700 after our training)
- Successful completion of our rigorous TPR‘s Instructor Certification Program
- A desire to help students learn and reach their full potential
- Excellent presentation skills and oral/communication skills appropriate/relevant to test type and students
- Excellent organizational and analytical skills
- Ability to exercise judgment and work independently utilizing The Princeton Review course materials
- Ability to manage and prioritize classroom/online student needs and job responsibilities
- Ability to work during the day over the summer at least 1-2 mornings per week is strongly preferred
- Ability to work nights and weekends is a plus
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