Teaching Assistant Law Course

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Become a Teaching Assistant-trainee at our non-profit organization!

College Course: Law


Our new initiative, Generation-Z, is a program that makes college accessible and not just an impossible dream for Black youth. This project is an imperative program that gives Black youth a way out of poverty by way of advanced college courses being accessible in early high school years and empowering under-resourced high school students to unlock their potential while gaining access to new careers.

We are looking for enthusiastic and skilled Teaching Assistant-trainee to provide support to instructors and their students (Grade 10 - 12). This role will offer the much needed support to our instructors and students. As well as, offer a more intimate teaching environment.

TA-trainee Job Requirement:

  • Demonstrate the working knowledge of the law and legal system, structure of law & federal government and its courts systems, criminal law, family law, constitutional law, civil procedure, contracts and torts.
  • Implement the Teacher’s lesson plans and assist students with assignments or complex concepts.
  • Help the Teacher with lesson preparation.
  • Review lessons or lectures with students on a one-on-one basis or in small groups.
  • Support each child’s social, emotional, and intellectual growth and development.
  • Collaborate with the Teacher to identify students’ issues and recommend solutions.
  • Track attendance, grade assignments, and calculate grades.
  • Giving extra help to students who need special accommodations or are struggling with a concept.
  • Regularly communicate with parents to provide updates on their child's progress, reminders about upcoming sessions, materials list for individual sessions, and other communications.

TA-trainee Requirements:

  • Applicants must be able to facilitate topics in law & government.
  • Must have earned a Bachelor’s in Law or related field (and/or something related).
  • Experience facilitating and working with high school aged students.
  • Must have excellent communication, planning, organizing, and problem-solving skills.

Hours and Commitment: Trainee will be required to work 3 to 5 hours a week for a minimum of 5 months.

Location: Remote [Virtual Only]

Salary Range: Unpaid Trainee Position

Benefit: Boost your confidence, start building your professional network, develop transferable skills, receive valuable teaching experience, and get a more honest look at the career you are thinking of pursuing.

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Fee Amount: None

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