$70 per seminar
Love public speaking?
Want to earn $70 per 60-minute seminar?
Want a flexible part-time job that fits with your College schedule?
We are looking for extroverts who love performing and want an amazing part-time job working with young people. The position is great for current college students, with the potential for progression within Elevate once you graduate.
The role involves traveling to schools to present our study skills seminars. The pay is $70 per seminar, with all travel expenses paid too.
You will present seminars on skills such as time management, memory, exam techniques and motivational strategies. These seminars are scripted and have been presented thousands of times before; a presenter's primary role is to learn and present the scripts with their own experience and personality.
We know that great presenters come from performance backgrounds, and can have quite a few rehearsals each week.
Elevate presenters work during school hours, leaving loads of time for college stuff at the end of the day. In fact, for 15 years we have worked with some of the brightest minds, developing an alumni network of presenters that have gone on to become comedians, film producers, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Many presenters progress to international opportunities within Elevate too!
If you’re interested in joining the young and dynamic team at Elevate, apply now!
Public Speaking and working with youth
In College (Freshman, Sophomore or Junior Year)
Confident speaking in public,
Has achieved high grades in school
Able to commit minimum 2 days per week
Performance experience is desirable but not essential.
Each year Elevate Education provides study skills workshops to over 1250 middle and high schools and 250,000 students. Drawing upon 15 years of research into the factors that drive student achievement, Elevate’s high impact workshops help schools improve student learning outcomes, boost results in state testing, close achievement gaps, and improve readiness for high school and college.
Elevate's award-winning combination of student workshops, faculty training, and acclaimed classroom resources help schools develop an integrated study skills curriculum that will engage students, foster critical thinking skills, and establish a culture for learning that communicates high expectations.