Volunteer Opportunities

Contact Jennifer Tran at tran@lrta.net to post volunteer opportunities. 

Junior Achievement – Greater Baton Rouge and Acadiana is looking for volunteers for its JA in a Day program. Junior Achievement programs teach kids K-12 financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work-readiness. Watch this video for more information about the program: https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-idaho/ja-in-a-day-video

Click here to view a flyer with more information about the program and the volunteer form.

Volunteers can call 225-928-7008 if there are any questions. Completed forms can be emailed to khayden@jabatonrouge.com

Updated: 2/4/2020

Volunteers of America in Central Louisiana are in need of volunteers. For more information, visit https://voanorthla.org/cenla/make-a-difference/volunteer/.

Updated: 1/30/2020

The Baton Rouge General is recruiting volunteers to be a part of its Volunteer Service program. This applies to both the Bluebonnet and Mid-City locations of the Baton Rouge General. Coming soon!! The BRG Ascension will open in late Summer 2020 – seeking volunteers now!  Volunteers may provide service in over 36 unique areas of the hospital such as the gift shops, surgery waiting area. information desk and our Arts in Medicine program.  BR General offers opportunities to volunteers to match their interests, abilities and hours of availability. 

Volunteers should be able to commit to one 4-hour shift per week.  To accommodate volunteers, the program offers different time slots for their convenience. 

Complete the online application at www.brgeneral.org/volunteer and click “apply to volunteer”.  Once the application is received, volunteers will be contacted to attend an orientation, complete a TB skin screening and receive a flu shot all free of charge.

Contact information:

Beverly Pourciau 
Manager, Volunteer Services
Phone:  225-381-6576
Beverly.pourciau@brgeneral.org

or

Katlyn Russell

Volunteer Services Coordinator
Phone: 225-381-6609
Katlyn.russell@brgeneral.org 

Updated: 1/24/2020

Excellent Readers (ERx), Inc. is a local early education organization that seeks to teach ALL students to read at or above grade level. ERx provides a separate, in-school reading class for struggling readers in grades K-2, taking the place of the traditional reading class those students would normally attend.

ERx is in search of Reading Mentors, who would like to volunteer their time from 9:30 – 11 a.m. Monday through Friday to help provide struggling readers with literacy skills & systematic lessons that connect with their different learning styles. It is our goal to equip students to learn to read better, as well as score better on standardized tests, but we need your help!

Reading Mentors allow ERx to provide students with a 3:2 student-teacher ratio, providing students with the individualized attention they need to learn and thrive. 

For more information about the Reading Mentor opportunity, click here. You can also find more information about ERx by clicking here

If interested, please contact Dwann D. Wagner at info@excellentreaders.org

Updated: 11/15/2019

Grace Hospice of Lafayette is currently seeking kind and loving volunteers to serve patients and their families at the end of life.

Volunteers are required to attend training and pass a background and drug test. For more information, visit http://gracehpc.net/.

If interested, please contact Ann Wallace at Grace Hospice 337-948-9004 or awallace@gracehpc.net

Updated: 8/29/2019

Your gifts of compassion and care can make an amazing difference in the lives of patients and their families.  Often we underestimate the power that a smile, a caring word or the smallest act of kindness can have on someone.  Volunteers can provide support to patients and families through direct care or administrative duties.  Some examples are visitation with patient and family, providing relief for a caregiver, reading to patient, assisting with housekeeping, play cards or other games, assisting with yard work, running errands or walking a dog are just a few of the ways a volunteer can help.

All volunteers are required to have a background check, drug screen and Hospice Training that can be completed with online portal or taught by Manager of Volunteers.  Please feel free to contact Dana Johnson, dana.johnson@heartofhospice.net or (337) 828-2678.

Updated: 8/21/2019

Child Advocacy Services is one of 18 programs in Louisiana recruiting and training CASA volunteers to advocate for children. Child Advocacy Services’ CASA program serves Ascension, Assumption, East and West Feliciana, Livingston, St. Charles, St. Helena, St. James, St. John and Tangipahoa Parishes across Southeast Louisiana.  CASA Volunteers are trained to advocate for safe permanent homes for abused and/or neglected children.

The volunteer position requires an Advocate to visit a child in their placement, gather information, communicate with their supervisor, and make recommendations to the court. CASA volunteers receive 30 hours of pre-service training and 12 hours of continued education annually. An application can be accessed by following the link below https://childadv.net/become-a-volunteer.  For program information outside of Child Advocacy Services area visit https://louisianacasa.org/local-programs/

For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Donna Bliss at dbliss@childadv.net.

Updated: 6/11/2019

The New Orleans Botanical Garden offers students in grades pre-K-8 across the New Orleans area the opportunity to come into the garden and explore the natural world through educational tours. Relying on volunteer School Tour Guides to provide a quality educational experience for each child visiting the garden, The New Orleans Botanical Garden is seeking volunteers who are passionate about environmental education. School Tours are scheduled throughout the year, however our peak field trip season runs March through May and September through early December. School Tours are scheduled Tuesday – Friday at 10 and 11 am. Volunteers sign up for tours as their schedule permits.

Click on this link to learn more about The New Orleans Botanical Garden and school tours: http://neworleanscitypark.com/botanical-garden/school-tours

For more information and to begin the volunteer training process, please contact Dov Block at nobgeducation@nocp.org or (504) 483 – 9470.

Updated: 6/11/2019

Audubon Hospice is looking for those that have a desire to provide peace at the end of life. Volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice team and are used in practical ways. Some examples are reading to patients, playing music and companionship.

All volunteers are required to go through Hospice Orientation and must pass a background check. If you have a heart for those on the end of life’s journey and are interested in becoming a part of our team I would love to meet you.

For more information, contact Megan Ziegler at mziegler@audubonhospice.com or (225) 921-5930.

Updated: 3/21/2019

Catholic Charities Immigrant and Refugee Services is launching a new program that will offer comprehensive English language, academic, tutoring, and civic/community services for immigrant and refugee families in the New Orleans community. This program will begin March 7th, and run Mondays and Thursdays from 3-5:30 PM, and Fridays from 10 AM-3 PM. This volunteer position is a great opportunity for anyone interested or experienced in education, child development, psychology, policy/law, ELL, foreign language/culture, or immigrant/refugee issues. Volunteers will work primarily as tutors, working one-on-one or in small groups to help our clients with academic, English-language, workforce, or Citizenship services. This volunteer position provides an excellent way to connect with our migrant community in a more individual, personal, and friendly manner than previously offered in our education department.

Volunteers are encouraged to apply by March 7. Anyone who is interested may still apply during the semester. If you are interested or have any questions regarding this opportunity, please reach out to Will Bray, wbray@ccano.org, or phone, 504-310-6893.

Updated: 2/7/2020

The Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge is in need of volunteers. Opportunities may range for regularly schedule shifts to project-by-project basis. Volunteers may assist in areas such as Special Exhibitions, Front Desk area, Special Events and Guided Tours. To learn more about these opportunities, click here

Learn more about Louisiana’s Old State Capitol by clicking this link: http://www.louisianaoldstatecapitol.org/

For more information, contact Jami Williams, Volunteer Coordinator, at (225) 219-6132 or jami.williams@sos.la.gov.

Updated: 2/4/2019

HOLIDAY AND SUMMER CAMPS:

Volunteer Shifts are 8:00am-4:00pm for all camp days, and a minimum of 40 hours (5 camp days) is required. 

  • Camp volunteer responsibilities will include supporting camp activities however the camp staff will need, activity prep and clean up, and playful and safe interaction with children. 
  • Volunteers at the Louisiana Children’s Museum are expected to have a positive and helpful attitude, enjoy working with children, and be ready and willing to be flexible with assignments.
  • Holiday camps are for children ages 5 – 8

 

New Year Camp: January 2-4  TALK & PLAY CAMP 

During “Talk & Play” Camp, we are celebrating the Talk & Play Center, our exhibit focused on playful literacy and storytelling. Put on a puppet show, write your own whimsical poem, create a story collage, read and act out stories, and more!

Mardi Gras Camp:  March 6-8  AWESOME ARCHITECTURE

Our “Proud to Call it Home” Architecture Exhibit celebrates some of the unique structures of New Orleans—such as shotgun houses and Creole cottages. Design and build a model of a house, collaborate to create a Kid City and explore a variety of building materials in this hands-on STEM-based camp!

Spring Break Camp:  April 22-26  A WORLD OF WATER

Come celebrate our Little Port of New Orleans & Bubbles exhibits during this camp!  Water connects to all people’s lives and is a uniquely important part of our city’s economy. Build your own boat and test how many pennies it can hold. Add some soapy ingredients to create your own bubble mixtures, figure out which mixture will give the biggest “pop!”, and more!

 

SUMMER CAMP 2019
LCM is rolling Full STEAM Ahead as we prepare to move to our new home in City Park later this summer! During four weeks of summer camp, campers will explore all things STEAM—science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics—through fun, hands-on experiments and open-ended exploration.

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 15.

 

 May 28 – 31 MAD SCIENCE CAMP *No camp Memorial Day, May 27.

Explore the wonders of science through crazy hands-on experiments every day. Try out the scientific method as you predict and test your hypotheses with ooey gooey and bubbly mixtures, build your own robot, and create a flying machine!

June 3 – 7  IMAGINARIUM CAMP

Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Stretch your imagination with fun design challenges. From marble runs and marshmallow sculptures, to LEGO engineering, origami, and fort building, the possibilities of what you can create are endless!

June 10 – 14  DINO DISCOVERY CAMP

Travel back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the earth! Be a paleontologist and search for dinosaur bones in your very own fossil dig. Go on a dino treasure hunt adventure and explore amazing facts about these prehistoric creatures!

June 17 – 21  WETLANDS & WILDLIFE

Who lives in the Louisiana wetlands? Design your own safe habitat for a mammal, reptile, or bird. Learn about what our ecosystem needs to stay healthy, and make your own pledge for what you can do to preserve the wetlands. Get ready to “go green” and have lots of fun!

 

Click here for a full description of the events. Anyone who is interested in volunteering will need to fill out an application. Download an application here. LCM is also looking for student volunteers! Take a look at the criteria here.

For more information, contact Amy Kirk Education Director at akirk@lcm.org and Emily Barnitz, Early Learning Manager, at ebarnitz@lcm.org.

Updated: 1/4/2019

WEEKEND PROGRAM VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteer Shifts are 10:00-3:30 for Weekend Programs

  • Volunteers for our weekend programs will be facilitating interactive visitor experiences throughout the day. Volunteer responsibilities will depend on the day’s thematic programming and may include any of the following: facilitation of hands-on activities, art projects, science experiments, literacy- or play-based activities; explanation of day’s activities to visitors/way-finding for visitors; passing out water bottles to other volunteers; setting up and tearing down tables and activities; maintaining a clean environment by cleaning up areas, sweeping, etc; any other needs the program may entail for that day. 
  • Volunteers at the Louisiana Children’s Museum are expected to have a positive and helpful attitude, enjoy working with children, and be ready and willing to be flexible with assignments.

 

JANUARY 2019
Saturday January 12th:  Kids’ Tailgating Party!  
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: Celebrate food and fun family traditions connected with “makin’ groceries!”  Cheer on the Black and Gold and learn to build a balanced meal too!  Sample fresh and local flavors, play traditional tailgating games, make ribbon pom poms, get face paint in team colors, and enjoy several food and nutrition based activities, including a “shopping secondline”complete with shopping carts! Program partners include Eat Your Words Literacy Tools in New Orleans, the LSU Ag Center, and Rouses’ Markets. 

 

FEBRUARY 2019
February 9th:  Dreaming & Drumming Fest.
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: Celebrate African American Heritage month with anemphasis on local drumming traditions, from African rhythms to jazz and brass bands.  Enjoy drumming workshops and performances, make your own percussion instruments, and dance to the beats of professional musicians. 

February 23rd:  Build-A-Thon “Block Party”
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: How does building with blocks (and other building materials) also build your brain?  Find out during our second Build-a-Thon as we celebrate the African American contributions to New Orleans’ distinctivearchitecture and culture.  Explore wrought iron work, shotgun houses, and more!  The Tulane Brain Institute and Tulane Architecture students will be on hand to assist.

 

MARCH 2019
 March 9th: Read Across the Museum!  
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: National Read Across America Day falls on March 2ndwhen LCM will be closed for Mardi Gras weekend. Instead, we will celebrateone week later with a day of storytelling, reading, sharing, theater, and language development lessons, which will be fun for all ages. 

 

APRIL 2019   
Saturday April 6th  SuperSaurus Saturday Spectacular! 
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: For over 20 years this has been an annual Julia Street tradition. While this wonderful event will continue at our new location, you’ll want to come one last time to see these dinos in the Warehouse District!

Saturday April 20th: Spring STEAM Fest! 
Volunteer Shift 10:00-3:30  

Program Description: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math will come alive on Julia Street in every exhibit! How does cargo move up the Mississippi? Can you build a boat that floats and carries various items? Experiment with water to create special art projects; imagine and design homes that can “live with water”; participate in storytelling water fables from around the world.  Older kids can enjoy various water experiments while toddlers will appreciate a variety of water play, including bubbles!

Click here for a full description of the events. Anyone who is interested in volunteering will need to fill out an application. Download an application hereLCM is also looking for student volunteers! Take a look at the criteria here.

For more information, contact Amy Kirk Education Director at akirk@lcm.org and Emily Barnitz, Early Learning Manager, at ebarnitz@lcm.org.

Updated: 1/4/2019

Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West is in need of volunteers at our Restore.  Volunteer hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 8am – 5pm. 

The Habitat ReStore depends on enthusiastic volunteers for everything from helping customers to arranging merchandise.  Whether you enjoy interacting with the public or prefer helping behind the scenes.  Chances are that we have a volunteer opportunity for you!

Contact information:
Sarah Ertz
Restore Volunteer Coordinator
sertz@habitatstw.org
(985)893-3172 ext. 221
www.habitatstw.org

Location:
Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West Restore
1400 North Lane
Mandeville LA 70471

Update: Catholic Charities is in need of volunteers. Volunteer Training begins on November 19, 2018. The following information applies to this opportunity, as well. Please contact Fallon or Diane for more information.

The free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program called “VITA” is sponsored by the Capital Area United Way and administered by the Internal Revenue Service. Serving as a VITA volunteer is a great opportunity to help low-income, working families during the tax season. No experience is required and training is provided. 

Click here for an informational flyer. 

Contact either Fallon Morris at fallonm@cauw.org, 225-382-3507 or Diane Denton at Lynda.D.Denton@irs.gov, 225-241-5161 for more information.

 

Updated 11/7/2018

Teach One to Lead One is a community mentoring program that teaches universal principles to lead at-risk kids into a life of purpose and potential. 

As a mentor, you work directly on the school campus during school hours in a classroom. It is a one time a week commitment for a semester. For example: Mrs. Smith’s 3rd hour class every Thursday. Mentors work in a team so there is no “one on one” mentoring.

Teach One to Lead One will provide all of the curriculum for the mentors. Each mentor receives their own personal binder with all of the curriculum needed for the semester. Mentors need only to review the information before class. The curriculum involves large group activities, large group discussions, games and activities. The entire mentor team works with the large group. At the end of every session is when mentors will work with their small groups, which involves small group discussions and journaling for the students.

Teach One to Lead One certifies all mentors in a free online course, as well as do background checks. The certification includes a background check, a child safety certification through Darkness to Light and some video courses on their curriculum. The online course takes about 3-5 hours (you are allowed to stop and go back- no need to do it all at once). Once you complete it, you will receive an email with instructions on how to begin! 

We currently have a pilot program at Tara High School and Bogalusa High School and Junior High. For more information, contact Charity Simmons, project specialist, at 225-505-9996 or charity.simmons@t1l1.org.

Updated: 9/18/2018

Teen Life Counts is seeking volunteer educators who are comfortable with public speaking in a classroom setting (no more than 35 students), have a passion for working with teens, and have daytime availability. 

Teen Life Counts is a school based suicide prevention program for teens in middle and high school. Volunteers are in schools every week of the school year. Teen Life Counts provides a set curriculum that they will teach to volunteer educators. The presentation is a mix of powerpoint, lecture, discussion questions, a short video, workbook, and role play. The presentations are three hours long, split into two or three days depending on the school. 

It is preferred that the volunteer educators volunteer at least two times per semester (which is 6 hours total). Volunteers can participate more if they would like.

Contact Melissa Stewart at melissa@jfsneworleans.org for more information. 

 

Update: 1/3/2019

The free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program called “VITA” is sponsored by the Capital Area United Way and administered by the Internal Revenue Service. Serving as a VITA volunteer is a great opportunity to help low-income, working families during the tax season. No experience is required and training is provided. 

Click here for an informational flyer. 

Contact either Fallon Morris at fallonm@cauw.org, 225-382-3507 or Diane Denton at Lynda.D.Denton@irs.gov, 225-241-5161 for more information.

 

Updated 7/2/2018

Volunteering with SBP:

SBP South Louisiana accepts volunteers 7 days a week from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. (Groups of 5 or more are needed to open site on the weekends.) Volunteers can work through any phase of construction including gutting, drywall and mudding, flooring, trim and painting, all the way to final clean. Volunteers receive an orientation to kick start their first service day, and then are lead by trained Project Leads who show volunteers how to do each task safely. You will receive an hour for lunch, but SBP does not provide food. SBP provides all of the tools and safety equipment you will need to rebuild the home! SBP takes volunteers 14-years-old and over.

To register, you can fill out an online registration here.

A little bit about SBP:

 

SBP is a disaster relief non-profit whose mission is to shrink the time between disaster and recovery. SBP launched just after Hurricane Katrina and has since grown into a national organization, rebuilding over 1,400 disaster affected homes across the country. SBP South Louisiana became operational just after the historic August 2016 flood to serve East Baton Rouge and Livingston Parishes. We are very similar to Habitat for Humanity in that we utilize volunteers to rebuild the homes of flood survivors, but we focus entirely on long-term recovery. We serve the most vulnerable communities and bring our clients to a full recovery in an efficient and predictable manner.

Contact Latavia Gilmore, Volunteer Coordinator, at 225-478-1499 or lgilmore@sbpusa.org.

 

Updated: 6/21/2018

Job Opportunities

TRSL retirees who return to work in a position eligible for TRSL membership are subject to the state’s return-to-work law. Before applying to any of these job postings, please contact TRSL to see if and how this law may affect you and your TRSL retirement benefits. Click here for an overview of the return-to-work law. You can also call TRSL at (225) 925-6446 or toll-free outside the Baton Rouge area at 1-877-275-8775.
Contact Jennifer Tran at tran@lrta.net to post job opportunities.

Randstad Sourceright is in need of Test Administrators (Proctors) for the Spring 2020 Louisiana State Assessments.

Test proctors needed in the following cities/locations/dates:

Test Dates Location Street Address City Zip
March 17th Southern University New Orleans Leonard S. Washington Memorial Library
6400 Press Dr
New Orleans 70126
March 30-April 3 Southern University New Orleans Leonard S. Washington Memorial Library
6400 Press Dr
New Orleans 70126
April 27-May 1 Southern University New Orleans Leonard S. Washington Memorial Library
6400 Press Dr
New Orleans 70126
         
March 19th Louisiana Tech University 201 Mayfield Ave Ruston 71270
April 20-24 Louisiana Tech University Mayfield Ave Ruston 71270

This is a temporary position for the time periods listed above.

Read about the position and requirements here.

The deadline for March positions in the middle of March is March 1. The deadline for positions at the end of March is March 15. 

To IMMEDIATELY schedule a phone interview with a Randstad recruiter, click on this link:  https://calendly.com/adele-calendar/30min

To apply, click on this link: https://talentconnect.gr8people.com/index.gp?method=cappPortal.showCommunity&opportunityID=55

Update: 1/24/2020

Watertree Health is seeking Outside Sales Representatives who are passionate about making health care more accessible. 

View the job posting here.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please email salescareers@acquirehealth.com.

Update: 9/26/2019

The Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is responsible for bringing motor coach tours to our Southwest Louisiana. One of the premier attractions is the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road which is (one of only 43 designated All-American Roads in the USA). The Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana CVB is looking for Step-On Tour Guides. 

Step-On Guides: In order to ensure that motor coach tours have a full and rich experience the CVB often contracts step-on guides for these tours.  Step-on guides are people who step-on to the motor coach and take over the tour, for a set period of time, to provide the kind of information, local knowledge, that the tour escort (who is with the tour from start to finish whether that be 7 days or 30) with the tour cannot provide.

The role of a Step-On Guide is to join a group at a designated location and “step on” the coach to provide guided commentary of the sights, locations, and history of a local place, in this case, the Creole Nature Trail. They then leave the group and the company and tour escort continues on with its itinerary.

Step-On Guides enhance the groups visit to our destination by sharing their expertise, anecdotes, facts and so much more. Essentially, a local perspective providing unique insight on our scenic wonders, coastal splendors, history and culture. 

Requirements: Knowledgeable and loves to share this knowledge; ability to speak in front of a group; ability to schedule in advance; available; and reliable.

If you love to talk to people, are into nature and the great outdoors (birdwatching, fishing, hunting, crabbing, nature photography, etc.) and appreciate the great culture and history of the Southwest Louisiana area, you should consider being a Creole Nature Trail step-on guide for the Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau!

Click here to view additional information. 

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Jamey Kadhim, Group Services Coordinator the with Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau at 337-436-9588 or jkadhim@visitlakecharles.org.

The Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana CVB accepts applications for this position year round.

Update: 8/1/2019

Your Students Can’t Wait To Meet You!

Charter Substitute Teacher Network is looking for dynamic, positive leaders to be Substitute Teachers and change the lives of students throughout Baton Rouge. 

View their flier here.

Requirements:

  • Have a strong belief that every child has a unique & powerful gift to share with the world
  • Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Strong ability to manage a classroom of students

Responsibilities:

  • Execute lesson plans left by the absent teachers or create your own lessons based on your unique skills and experiences
  • Create and maintain a respectful and fair classroom culture that fosters safe and productive learning in accordance with school policies
  • Continuously refine practice to deliver the utmost professionalism in all interactions with teachers, staff, parents, and students

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule – teach 2-5 days/week
  • Exposure to a variety of schools
  • Choose your favorite subjects to teach
  • Opportunities for full-time teaching positions
  • Collaborate with other substitute teachers in our network to share resources & best practices
  • Competitive Pay

For more information, please direct questions to cstn.batonrouge@gmail.com

Update: 4/23/2019

Educate-U is a non-profit organization that provides resources to educators in Title I schools. This organization works with teachers/staff of low income schools with the Teacher Loan Loan Forgiveness Program, the Perkins Cancellation Program, and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program/process. This organization also works with accredited universities to provide teachers pathways to grants to further their education. Educate-U is in immediate need of retired teachers who can conduct 10-20 minute teacher/faculty presentations to these schools. 

www.educate-u.org
https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/teach
https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/teacher
https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/teacher

For more information, contact: Arlene DeLise- Teacher Resource USA – TRUSA- Senior Director of Education
Email: adelise@tresourceusa.org Toll Free (866) 977-6945 x 1005
Direct (480) 770-3949

Update: 3/8/2019

Consolidated Safety of Acadiana is in need of full-time and part-time Driver’s Education Instructors for both the Lafayette and Lake Charles locations. Drivers Ed instructor will teach in the classroom and behind the wheel instruction to students.

No Experience Necessary – Initial training will be provided by Consolidated Safety. Flexible hours are available.

Requirements:

  • Be a person of good moral character and reputation
  • Meet all the applicable requirements of the Department of Public Safety Office of Motor Vehicles
  • Hold at least a valid Class “D” Louisiana Chauffeur license.
  • Pass a national background check.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.

Contact Jeanne Fontenot, Office Manager at 337-504-5716 for any questions.

12/11/2018

Careducation Tutoring & Educational Services is seeking instructors to teach various subjects, including foreign languages, to PreK through 12th grade students, as well as SAT & ACT test preparation classes to high school level students to be held at our center. Our center is located at 11238 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge LA 70815. Successful candidates will possess proof of teaching qualifications, exceptional scores on standardized tests, and a willingness to work evening shifts (4-7 p.m.) on week days and possibly Saturday shifts (10-4 p.m.).

The job will involve tutoring/homework help and classroom instruction for a group of 10-20 students, ranging in grade levels such as PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, and 9th-12th. Preference will be given to candidates who appear likely to hold a position for one or more years. 

Responsibilities of desirable candidates include, but are not limited to:

  • Create an interactive classroom environment and establish positive relationships with students
  • Ensure that members are well-informed and well-prepared for the SAT/ACT exams, if applicable
  • Model exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Attend required department meetings and professional development training
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • At least 1 year of experience in teaching and instructing test preparation
  • Documentation of high achievement on both sections of the ACT/SAT or similar standardized tests, if applicable
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Active and effective classroom management skills
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment and to address the varying needs of the students

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $12.00 to $15.00 /hour (negotiable)

Interested teachers should visit www.careducation.school to learn more and contact Ms. L. Crawford at hello@careducation.school.

11/30/2018

Northshore Technical Community College is in need of Chemistry instructors to teach a new section of their Chemistry 1 course. Classes meet twice a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Below are potential class times they will need covered.

 M/W  6-7:15 p.m.                                                         

A Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate level chemistry hours is required. The course objectives for each class are attached at the end of the post. An adjunct would be paid on a section basis.

If you are interested, please contact Beth Alford at bethalford@northshorecollege.edu. School starts on August 15th so this is a time sensitive matter. Please contact Beth Alford by August 7, 2018. 

General Chemistry I for Science Majors Topics

*Northshore Technical Community College is usually always in need of adjunct instructors. However, there is an immediate need as of August 2018.

Northshore Technical Community College is in need of math instructors to teach new sections of their Math 98  and Math 99 courses. Classes meet twice a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Below are potential class times they will need covered.

 M/W  8 – 9:15 a.m.                                                         T/R     8 – 9:15 a.m.

      9:30 – 10:45 a.m.                                                        11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

    11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.                                                                    1 – 2:15 p.m.

A master’s degree is not required, but the prospective applicant would need a BS degree with at least 15 hours of undergraduate math credit. The course objectives for each class are attached at the end of the post. An adjunct would be paid on a section basis.

If you are interested, please contact Dr. Lizette Leader at lizetteleader@northshorecollege.edu. School starts on August 15th so this is a time sensitive matter. Please contact Dr. Lizette Leader by August 7, 2018. 

Math 99 Course Objectives(2017)

Math 98 Course Objectives(2017)

*Northshore Technical Community College is usually always in need of adjunct Math instructors. However, there is an immediate need as of August 2018.

Trinity Driving School has a long standing business of 21 years. We are in need of behind the wheel instructors who want to work with teenagers and adults. We are willing to train. This is a great job for retired bus drivers, teachers, coaches, and professionals. This is also a great part time job for college students seeking their Masters. We have both full time and part time positions available. You can set your own schedule.

Requirements:
Clean driving record
Able to pass a State and Federal back ground check
Drug test

Email trinityapply@gmail.com

This position is always hiring.

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