Apply to become an ASSISTments Certified Trainer!

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ASSISTments has growing demand from schools and districts for training and support with ASSISTments. For this reason, we are looking to recruit and train a group of experienced ASSISTments users to become ASSISTments Certified Trainers.

How do I apply?

Interested teachers should complete this application by: application period is now over If we think you are a good fit, we will follow-up to schedule a 15-30 minute phone interview.

How does it work?

  • When we receive requests for training from schools and districts next school year, we will share the opportunity with our ASSISTments Certified Trainers (ACTs) 
  • As an ACT you can choose to lead training on a first come first serve basis, based on your availability and capacity. All training and support is virtual. It’s flexible!
  • You will earn $250 for each hour of formal training and $50 for each hour of flexible support delivered to one of our school or district partners.

Why become an ASSISTments Certified Trainer?

  • Earn money
  • Develop as a leader and grow your knowledge of ASSISTments
  • Potential to grow into additional paid opportunities with ASSISTments

Am I qualified?

Strong candidates will meet the following criteria:

  • Already a regular ASSISTments user with strong existing knowledge of the platform and its features. This includes
  • Finding and assigning content
  • The student experience
  • Interpreting data reports (assignment, student details and skill builder)
  • Using the data to plan next steps and engage students in discussion 
  • Introducing the platform to students and setting them up for success
  • Beyond the above “bread and butter”, we are interested in candidates who bring expertise in specific areas, including
  • Leveraging ASSISTments to support one of the core curriculum we offer (Illustrative Math, Eureka Math/EngageNY, Open Up Resources)
  • Maximizing ASSISTments with Canvas or Google Classroom
  • Best practices for specific grade bands (elementary, middle, or high school)
  • Some experience leading training and professional development, coaching teachers, or other relevant leadership experience
  • Note that all ACTs will be required to complete the ASSISTments Certified Educator program by July 1 (if not already Certified).

What is required of ACTs?

  • If accepted, you will join us for our Certified Trainer Summer Institute. This will be a two-day virtual institute on July 12 and 13 that will prepare you to deliver ASSISTments training. (You will receive a $500 stipend for attending).
  • We will have occasional required one hour webinars for our ACTs to learn about product updates and changes to our training decks.