NNC is currently looking for educators in the North Texas Area for our G.E.D Prep and Career Development Program. Volunteer teachers are needed in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Classes will be held twice a week after 5pm, snacks and drinks will be provided for both you and our participants.
Role of a Teacher:
Deliver lessons effectively
Plan engaging and relevant lessons
Give regular feedback to learners
Support learners with their studies
Responsibilities of a Teacher:
Keep up to date with subject knowledge
Identify learners needs
Plan and prepare all lessons and resources
Adhere to legislation relating to Health and Safety, Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding
Our Mission at New Nation Youth Center is to equip youth and young adults with the skills needed to live a stable and productive life. Stabilizing communities through social services, education, career development and mentoring.
New Nations Center was created to transform and re-stabilize the lives of youth, young adults and families throughout the North Texas area. Disconnected youth are teenagers and young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are neither working nor in school. The youth disconnection rate in greater Dallas is 14.9 percent; approximately 128,000 teens and young adults there are not working or in school. The least connected neighborhoods in the DFW area are Oak Cliff and South Dallas at 25%, Southeast Dallas (Bucker Terrace, Everglade Park, Pleasant Grove) 25.1%, Fair Park and West Dallas 34.4%, while other areas in the DFW have an overall 15.6%. We provide GED prep and Testing, Youth and Young Adults Sports, Career Development and Career Placement, Men's and Women's Support groups and much more.
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
5717 Legacy DrivePlano, TX75024
December 21, 2020
Math / Science Instruction
Teaching / Instruction
Reading / Writing
Orientation or Training
This program will last 11 months starting in February 2021.
Must have the capability to teach both youth, young adults and adults in subject on the GED test.