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Teach for The Princeton Review in OH/IN/KY
« on: July 24, 2003, 12:31:31 PM »
The Princeton Review, the nation’s fastest-growing test preparation organization, is seeking outstanding law students and graduate students to serve as instructors for upcoming LSAT courses in Bloomington, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, Lexington and Louisville.  The Princeton Review approach involves a high degree of personal attention, focused instruction, and the most complete and up-to-date materials.  

What does it take to be a Princeton Review instructor?
Our courses combine an intensive in-class experience, taught by dynamic instructors who are experts in their fields, with the most up-to-date materials.  Prior teaching experience is not required.  However, because there is a limited amount of time that we can spend in our initial teacher training, there are certain skills that you should bring with you.  You should:

•      be an excellent standardized test-taker (scoring 165 or higher on the LSAT).
•      be comfortable in front of a group.
•      be able to control a small group.
•      be able to clearly communicate your ideas.
•      be able to involve everyone in the group.
•      be enthusiastic, dynamic and empathetic.
•      be a team player.

Hours are part-time -- one to three evenings a week.  Teacher pay starts at $18/hr, with regular raises based on performance.  If you are interested in teaching for The Princeton Review, please call 800-347-7737 or e-mail the Personnel Coordinator at lisl@review.com for more details.  Don’t delay – auditions are happening now!

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Re: Teach for The Princeton Review in OH/IN/KY
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2003, 01:25:32 PM »
Please don't post the same thing multiple times.  I generally don't edit content, but there's no reason to post the exact same thing several times.