Academic Learning Through Physical Activity & Sports
If you like working with children ages 3 to 4 and children in grades K – 5, have great interpersonal skills, enjoy physical activity and sports, then you are who we are looking for! Come join our innovative team as we engage children in “Academic Learning through Physical Activity and Sports” to build academic skills in math, science, reading, and writing. Instructors will use our STEM in Motion℠ curriculum that integrates academic content with physical activity and sports. Instructors will be required to complete training and pass a criminal background check. Instructors must be comfortable communicating with parents. We reward great performance with great compensation!
- Proficiency in elementary math and reading.
- Experience instructing children in education or working towards a degree in education.
- Seniors in high school may apply but will be subject to taking an elementary school math assessment and provide copy of transcript.
- Ability to engage children in physical activity such as running, jumping, etc. and have a basic knowledge of basketball, football, soccer or baseball.
- Ability to use patience with students and communicate effectively with students, parents, and staff.
- Must be trust worthy and willing to provide a safe and fun experience for children.
- Excellent organizational and time-management skills.
Instructor positions are part-time. Must be willing to work evenings and some weekends. For in-home tutoring sessions, instructors must be willing to drive to all appointments and will need to secure their own transportation.Our hours of service are 9am to 7pm Monday – Saturday.
Send your resume and cover letter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (be sure to describe your math skills and your experience working with children). All resume’s will be reviewed, and qualified applicants will be contacted for interview.
What We Do?
Our lesson plans combine hands-on activities with grade level curriculum. We show children the connection between academic content, sports, and physical activity, helping them learn academic content and apply their knowledge to school work.