Full Job Description
The District of Columbia College Access Program (DC-CAP) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase the number of Washington, DC, public high school students who enter and graduate from college. The goal of the STEM Incentive and Scholarship Program (SISP) is to create a culture of STEM achievement amongst District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and District of Columbia Public Charter Schools (DCPCS) students; which will increase the number of students motivated and academically prepared to study and earn degrees in STEM disciplines.
Seeking a student-centered mathematics teacher to teach Algebra I/II and Geometry to high school students after school. The teacher should be excited by the chance to lead small classes with students of varying levels and the opportunity to help improve student achievement in STEM courses. Ideal candidates will have two or more years of highly successful formal teaching experience and demonstrated passion for and excellence in the teaching of mathematics and 21st century skills. We are particularly interested in candidates who possess an ability to implement hands on activities that align with instruction.
- Possess a bachelor’s degree or higher in a STEM discipline
- At least 2 years of high school mathematics teaching experience preferred
- Preference will be given to those who also have prior coding experience
- Committed to meeting the needs of every child in diverse population
- Must be available 2-4 afternoons a week between 3-6 pm
- Plan and deliver exceptional instruction to students
- Conduct review sessions aligned with the school’s curriculum
These positions are part-time positions without benefits. Part time teachers will be paid at a rate of up to $40 per hour.
Job Type: Part-time
- teaching: 3 years (Required)