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Posted: Friday, November 10, 2017 5:53 PM

Dream Enrichment Classes is looking for enthusiastic and energetic candidates to instruct our Early Engineers classes! Early Engineers is a LEGO building class designed to teach fundamental engineering concepts in a fun and exciting way to children in grades K-6. We provide all the training, curriculum and supplies you need to be successful. This is a great way to gain valuable classroom experience in a small classroom environment (15 students max). Set Schedules, no nights or weekends. *FLC students may earn credits while working with us* $15hr for instruction; $10.50hr for meetings and training QUALIFICATIONS: 1-2+ years experience working with children High school graduate At least 18 years of age Must have your own reliable transportation (car necessary). Must have access to a computer, printer and the internet. A background check and TB test is required; results of which may affect employment. APPLY NOW! For over ten years, Dream Enrichment Classes has worked hard to provide high-quality, and engaging enrichment activities in our community. While "STEAM" is a relativity new buzz-word, you can easily see why it's gained so much popularity over the last few years. An emphasis on STEAM related activities, means that we want our children to have access to inquiry-based education; the type of learning that can help these children imagine themselves working in fields like Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Dream Enrichment Classes has been pushing hard for STEAM education, long before it became a hip buzz-word. For over ten years, we've been at the forefront of supplemental education in the greater Sacramento area. Whether your child has a budding interest in engineering, an obsession with drawing, or is just starting their journey toward finding their passion, we have a class for that.


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