The Princeton Review is well known for our expertise in helping students prepare for high-stakes exams. We're looking for contributors on some of the titles in our famous Cracking the AP series. These flexible, part-time opportunities require approximately five to ten hours of remote work a week.
From now through May 2017, we are looking for candidates with a strong handle on AP U.S. Government and Politics.
Additionally, we have a few shorter projects extending through February 2017 in the following subjects:
- AP Economics
- AP English Literature and Composition
- AP European History
- AP Human Geography
- AP Spanish
• Writing, researching, and developing high-quality, original material to support students preparing for these exams.
• Reviewing existing content against current test standards.
• Providing clear, cogent, and comprehensive expertise for the AP exam.
We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic contributors who share our genuine passion for learning and education, and who have experience teaching or tutoring for the AP exams. Previous content development experience is preferred, but if the idea of expanding existing content and generating new material excites you, or if you have a Pavlovian response at the thought of getting to develop new strategies and being able to reach more students, please send us (1) a resume with your teaching/tutoring experience as well as (2) a brief cover letter that describes your familiarity with the AP exams.
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Editorial Team @ The Princeton Review
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