Help Adults Gain Their GED in Spanish -- Need Teaches for the Fall
Job prospects in Dallas can be very difficult for adults who have not earned a high school diploma. As a Spanish ED instructor, you help adult learners improve their lives and the lives of their families. THEY NEED YOUR HELP!
Since 2002 we have been helping people gain high school equivalency by passing the GED exam and improve their lives by expanding their opportunities for employment and higher education.
Our Spanish Education classes are led and facilitated by volunteer instructors. No teaching experience is required. By volunteering just a few hours each week at ASPIRE, YOU CAN HELP them achieve their goals!
Become a Spanish ED instructor or tutor today. If you have knowledge or a background in language arts, social studies, math, or science we need your help. Our students work hard toward getting a high school diploma, and you can help them reach this goal.
Training and curriculum will be provided.
- Teach reading, writing, math, or science in Spanish using a designated textbook and supplementary No teaching experience required--a plus but not required.
- Answer questions students may have and help them build confidence by encouraging them regularly.
- Take attendance and maintain class roll.
- Communicate with the program manager on student progress.
- Complete end-of-semester evaluation.
- Attend informal and formal training to assist in the learning process.
Qualifications: Our Spanish Education teaching positions do not require previous teaching experience. Our staff will provide all the lesson plans and materials. Other qualifications are as follows:
- Must be fluent in Spanish and easy to understand
- High school diploma
- Background, knowledge, or experience in math, science, language arts
- Ability to serve as a teacher/tutor for 3 hours a week for a minimum of three months
- Patience, understanding, and a positive attitude
- Strong desire to relate to students and assist them
- Must be able to pass a background check
PO Box 570159, Dallas, TX 75357, US
Aspire develops confident, capable individuals who value learning programs--from early childhood to adults pursuing careers--as a gateway to a better life.
LIFT and the Aberg Center for Literacy merged in July 2020, supported by the Better Together Fund. The new merged organization, Aspire, provides cradle to career learning programs for students of all ages - from early childhood to adults pursuing careers.
At Aspire, we believe learning turns obstacles into opportunities. Every day, we walk alongside our students as they make the brave decision to change their lives. From learning English or earning a GED, to balancing a family bank account or preparing for careers, our students face challenges with confidence. Because when you are ready to learn, there’s no obstacle you can’t overcome.
1800 Barnes Bridge RoadDallasDallas, TX 75228
August 20, 2021
- Literacy / Reading
- Teaching / Instruction
- Adult Education
- Math / Science Instruction
- Reading / Writing
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- Our Fall semester runs 13 weeks. Our Spanish Education classes are 2 hours each. In addition to class time, instructors typically spend an additional hour each week preparing for each class. I