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As an Elevate presenter, you'll have the unique opportunity to impact students' lives. Our research-driven seminars help students lift their marks, change their attitudes toward study, and in turn, change their behaviour.
We fundamentally believe that helping students achieve their personal best at school will set them up for life. This vision drives every decision we make. Be a part of something great. Apply now.
Working with Elevate provides unparalleled flexibility. You'll have the opportunity to work both in classrooms, and on exciting new projects with our management team. If you're looking to join a young, dynamic and flexible team, Elevate is the place for you.
At Elevate, you'll be surrounded by confident, talented and inspiring people. You will master public speaking, engage audiences, and immerse yourself in theories of learning, memory, time mangement and more. You'll be part of an organisation committed to personal growth and development.
Being an Elevate presenter isn't something to just boost your CV, it will give you skills that you can carry through your entire life.
Being an Elevate presenter is so much more than a job. You become part of a team of like-minded, young people who are keen to make a difference.
As an organisation made up of millenials, we care about what we do, we're passionate and we have fun. If you want to meet great people and make an impact, Elevate is the place for you.
This is Adam. He's about to fly to New York City - all expenses paid. Why? Adam's a great presenter who loves his job and as a result, he's been flown to present in classrooms across New York City.
Want to head to Australia, New York, South Africa, or Singapore? That's just a few places you can tick off your bucket list by presenting internationally...
Elevate is a growing company of young people committed to making a difference through education.
That's why you see a picture of us holding the Tesltra NSW Business of the Year 2014 award. We're doing great things and we're always keeping a close eye on the presenters who want to take their job to the next level. Become a presenter today, and who knows, in just a couple of years you could be running your own company.
Ideal for students or those who need a flexible work schedule. Earn £46 per 1-hour seminar.
Minimum 2 days per week.
1 - 4 seminars. It depends on where you are based, and how many seminars Elevate has booked in for that day. You could present only 1, or some days you could present 3 or 4.
The majority of seminars are presented to students doing their GCSEs and A-Levels, however we present to students in years 7 - 13.
There are currently 11 seminars. Check out our programmes page to see what they're all about!
All travel expenses are paid. Whether you drive or take public transport to the schools, you will be reimbursed for your travel.
60 - 75 minutes.
We work with all kinds of schools; state and independent, boarding and day, co-ed and single sex.
No, you don't need any teaching qualifications. Our seminars are made from research that was conducted with top performing students, meaning that they are practical, hands on, and are tried and proven stratgies. You don't need a teaching degree or to reinvent the wheel. Our seminars are developed by us, and presented by you.
Every day is different! Every school is different, every year level is different, every student is different. That's the best thing about this job. Each day you will have a unique experience where you will present seminars at 1 - 3 schools. You will travel between the schools located in your area.
Ideally. School locations vary greatly and relying on public transport, while possible is not much fun. That is, of course, unless you're based in London. Many of our London presenters use public transport and get around just fine.
Generally, the school will be within 1 hour of your house. There will be occasions where you'll need to travel, but we endeavour to organise the seminars at schools in your area.