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Columbia University GED Volunteer Teacher [Remote]

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ORGANIZATION: Community Impact

  • 6 people are interested

Are you...

Looking for teaching experience with a low time commitment?

Interested in supporting adult students in the classroom?

Excited about math, reading, science, or social studies?

You might be a good candidate for teaching GED content with Community Impact! We are starting a new session that will run from the beginning of April to the end of June and are looking for teachers. Candidates are expected to be able to commit to teaching at least one subject, one day each week, with a set curriculum. They should be able to commit to 3 hours of class and 1 hour of prep work per week.

If you are interested, please send an email to with

  1. your resume,
  2. the subject(s) you are interested in teaching,
  3. and a few dates and times you are available for a Zoom meeting.

After that, you should receive a response within 48 hours from Nikita, the HSE Teacher Coordinator for Community Impact. We look forward to working with you!

*All classes are in person, near Columbia University's Morningside campus. Volunteers are expected to come in-person and be fully vaccinated, with a booster shot if eligible.*

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About Community Impact


2875 Broadway, New York, NY 10025, US

Mission Statement

Community Impact is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to serving disadvantaged people in the Morningside Heights, Harlem, and Washington Heights communities. Community Impact strives to advance the public good by fostering meaningful opportunities for students, staff, and faculty of Columbia University in order to provide high-quality programs and instill the importance of life-long service.


From its earliest inception as a single service initiative formed in 1981 by Columbia University undergraduates Joe DeGenova and David Joyce, Community Impact has grown into Columbia University’s largest student service organization and a primary interface between the University and the Morningside Heights and Harlem communities. As Community Impact integrated itself into the neighborhood’s social safety-net, students identified and responded to new community needs, expanding the number of services available to clients and working towards transforming the organization into an integrated service network with a strong education emphasis. We currently provide a multitude of services, including continuing adult education programs to help community members obtain high school equivalance. We offer ESL classes for immigrant families, and a workforce development program to help our community gain meaningful employment.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Employment


Mon Jun 13, 2022 - Thu Aug 18, 2022
10:30 AM - 01:30 PM


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