At these programs you'll get hands-on experience and build your resume as you prepare for your career after college. With the opportunity to work shifts on an as-needed basis, you can work around your class schedule for as little as 8 hours/week or as many as 32 hours/week. And, we offer training in Crisis Intervention, First Aid, and CPR to ensure you're well prepared for a role in special education.
What do part-time Educational Assistants do?
- Provide overall assistance in the classroom to support the teacher and/or work with assigned student one-to-one
- Provide additional structure, supervision, and instruction to assist students in achieving the goals and objectives of their Individual Education Program (IEP)
- Provide educational support and behavior management; document student progress; and serve as an escort to students during school or program activities
- Bachelor's-prepared educational assistants may be responsible for leading classroom activities
- High school diploma/GED
- Experience working with individuals with special needs a plus!
- Caring, compassionate, and patient, with an interest in providing support to children/adolescents with special needs
- Physical preparedness to effectively manage and physically restrain aggressive students
- Work requires potential exposure to risk of physical injury from combative and assaultive students
To learn more about this opportunity, please text 443-377-8235.
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