Thu 27 Aug, 2009 04:47 am
For over 10 years I've been trying to land a part-time job as a GED Teacher but to no avail. When I call the NYC Department of Education requesting information, no one has any answers for me. I don't know what to do. A GED Teacher prepares adult learners and/or high school drop outs for the GED exam. The GED is a test for those who never completed high school and want a second chance at life. Does anyone where where I can apply for such jobs? Also, what are the basic requirements to becoming a GED Teacher?
My Educational Background:
A.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences
I just Googled the question and came up with over 90,000 hits. This was just the first :
I would suggest you use your actual question and then try it again adding your state into the equation. The fact that this did not occur to you makes me wonder if you should even consider being a GED teacher. I'm sorry if that sounds mean, but really, how do you teach if you can't do a basic internet search. I also found a couple of openings in my state just by looking at a state job site under the term "GED teacher".