Teach for The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review is looking for smart, kind, confident, energetic and accomplished people to teach and tutor for our test prep programs!
- Bright, dynamic and energetic?
- An excellent communicator?
- Free a minimum of 5 hours per week on a regular basis?
- Available nights, weekends or daytime in the summer?
- Someone who enjoys helping students learn?
- Looking for ongoing, part-time teaching work?
Our teachers and tutors do more than just teach—they help students from all walks of life get one step closer to their college or graduate school dreams. We’re changing education in big and small ways every day, and we want you to be a part of our team!
The Princeton Review is now hiring instructors to teach or tutor our in-person and online courses for the SAT®, ACT®, MCAT®, LSAT®, GMAT® and GRE®. Click on each test type link for more information about our most popular test prep programs, including common schedules and what it’s like to teach classes for each test type. We offer a variety of course options of varying length and depth for many of our test types, not all of which are reflected online. For more information on Princeton Review products and services, please visit www.princetonreview.com.
Why teach for The Princeton Review?
This is the best part-time job you can imagine! Our students are motivated. Our teachers and tutors, our course materials and our proven methodology make us #1 in getting students into top colleges.* Our instructor training is in-depth and comprehensive. Most of all, we have a lot of fun and work hard to change students’ lives.
Many of our classes take place evenings and on weekends. There is a lot of flexibility, but teachers do need to commit to a fixed schedule before the start of a course for the benefit of the students.
Work from home as a LiveOnline instructor
Teaching in our LiveOnline service allows you to teach online from your home, office, dorm or any computer—wherever you have a stable high-speed internet connection. Schedules are flexible and teachers work with a state-of-the-art online classroom.
The Princeton Review teacher training is the best in the world. You’ll learn techniques and skills that will serve you throughout your life. Our teachers frequently tell us that their Princeton Review teacher training prepared them not only to teach our classes, but also to perform better in their jobs and college courses. Even if you’ve never taught in a classroom before, we’ll teach you what you need to know to succeed and teach confidently. Teachers are paid to attend training.
While we are looking for part-time instructors who can teach or tutor a minimum of 5 hours per week, there are additional opportunities. What’s more, we’ll give you the training and tools to develop your skill set so you can grow within the company and multiply your opportunities. Princeton Review tutors have the opportunity to further their careers with us by cross-certifying to teach multiple test types, tutoring, proctoring, teaching both in-person and online courses, and more. As you grow with The Princeton Review, you’ll have more control over your weekly hours and schedule.
Make a difference
Princeton Review teachers enrich the lives of thousands of high school and college students by helping them ace the test and get accepted to their dream schools.
Interested in proctoring/supervising practice exams?
Candidates also have the opportunity to proctor or supervise practice exams on Saturdays and Sundays. Click on the link to learn more about this opportunity.
What are you waiting for? Your future starts right here! Apply Now! Fill out an online application and complete your qualifying exam(s). From there, you’ll be able to schedule your interview and teaching audition.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status or sexual orientation.
*Based on a 2015 Princeton Review survey of over 1,000 students enrolled in 4-year colleges and U.S. News & World Report national ranking for Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges. SAT is a trademark registered and owned by the College Board, which is not affiliated with nor endorses this site. All other tests are registered trademarks of their respective owners. None of the trademark holders are affiliated with The Princeton Review, these products, or this website.