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Opening For Hebrew Tutor/ B’nai Mitzvah Coach

Adventure Judaism (formerly known as Adventure Rabbi) is eager to employ a B’nai Mitzvah/Hebrew tutor. We either need two teachers for 15-hours per week or one teacher for 30- hours per week. You will have an opportunity to work closely with students individually and in small groups of two to four students. This is very rewarding work, during which you will motivate your students and witness their growth and self-discovery.

You will guide them from the most basic aleph-bet and then move onto liturgy and chanting Torah. (No Haftarah.) You must know how to chant Torah well enough to make recordings for the students.

You will also teach them a values-based curriculum, which we have developed, to help kids face their turbulent teenage years with confidence and grace.

We are looking for a teacher with:
-Contagious enthusiasm
-Solid organizational skills (there are lots of students to keep track of)
-Professional demeanor
-Good communication skills with parents and students
-Love of teaching and joy of guiding kids on this journey

Qualifications:
-Available to teach when kids are out of school (evenings and weekends)
-Mastery of Torah Trope
-At least one-year experience tutoring
-Comfort with Googlesheets and teaching online
-Ability to teach in our Boulder office (we will consider an online teacher if we don’t find the right local teacher)
-Willing to commit for at least 2-years

Compensation: $25-36/ hour depending on your experience

Please send a cover letter, resume and references to Rabbi Jamie Korngold whose address can be found at www.AdventureRabbi.org

About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

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