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High School Instructor



Charlotte, NC, USA
Posted on Tuesday, August 29, 2023

The High School Instructor for Road to Hire will support the High School program. This instructor should be motivated by the opportunity to develop and create opportunities for under-resourced and/or underemployed young adults in our community.

You will assist in building and teaching the curriculum designed to educate young adults on professional development, career, business, and technical skills. To date, the curriculum covers:

  • Career readiness skills include personal brand, email etiquette, resume and cover letter, interview prep and other career readiness skills.

  • Personal readiness skills include budgeting, self-advocacy, time management, and other personal skills.

  • Tech skills include basic Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite, Microsoft Suite, and HTML/CSS.

You will also manage classroom logistics, such as attendance, grading, preparing the weekly schedule, coordinating the volunteer activities, overseeing the development of participants in the program, etc.

This is a hybrid role based out of our Fort Mill office. During the summer, the team is in the office weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (remote work Mondays and Fridays). The team pivots between CMS classrooms and the Fort Mill office during the school year.

What You’ll Do:

  • Facilitate daily lessons on professional development and career, business, and technical skills curriculum as outlined above.

  • Build relationships with program participants to guide them to post-secondary attainment.

  • Grade and track students’ professional performance and manage students’ attendance

  • Assess instructional effectiveness, conduct training impact evaluations, innovate and update curriculum based on need.

  • Conduct curriculum audits to ensure the effectiveness of each training.

  • Provide positive and constructive feedback to program participants on their performance week over week.

  • Coordinate offsite visits that are in alignment with the professional development curriculum.

  • Active participation in student success through coaching (i.e. time management and study skills)

What We’re Looking For:

  • 3+ years of building and facilitating learning experiences for young adults are highly preferred.

  • Comfortable leading training in front of 30+ young adults virtually and in person.

  • Broad familiarity with professional development, career, business, and technical skills.

  • Previous experience leveraging data tracking tools such as Hubspot, data studio, excel, and Google sheets

  • High energy; ability to keep young adults engaged and ready to learn more.

  • Accountable team player; desire to work in a fast-paced environment where you’ll be expected to be adaptable to meet tight deadlines.

  • Strategic thinker; able to quickly identify the needs of a class and adapt curriculum/training to fit those needs.

  • Solid relationship-building skills; ability to quickly build trust with a wide variety of different stakeholders.

  • Comfortable working autonomously.

  • Has an aptitude for making real-time decisions, measuring results and changing course when necessary.

  • Solid alignment with Road to Hire’s core beliefs and educational philosophy.


  • Cash Compensation Range: $50,000 - $55,000
  • Actual salary is based on qualifications, and experience.

Who We Are: Road to Hire (R2H) works with corporate partners and universities to diversify corporate workspaces and interrupt cycles of intergenerational poverty by ensuring underrepresented individuals have access to higher education, high-earning careers and prosperous futures.

Alongside its partnerships, R2H’s programs help fulfill its mission:

  1. R2H Apprenticeships program: Supports hard-working young people of color looking to break into the tech industry and build diverse corporate workspaces. R2H Apprentices participate in a rigorous six-month paid training program learning tech and professional development skills, after which they can transition to high-earning tech careers with R2H premier employers.

  2. R2H High School program: Supports students at Charlotte’s Title I, low-income high schools. These students take Road to Hire classes for credit, learn technical and life skills and earn paths to debt-free college and high-earning careers.

  3. R2H College program: Provides financial support, mentorship, programming and community to historically underrepresented students pursuing post-secondary education through R2H College program. This program supports eligible graduates of the R2H High School program who are pursuing higher education as their route to high-earning career opportunities.

  4. Golden Door Scholars (GDS): Supports undocumented and DACA or TPS holders across the U.S. in their journeys through higher education and high-earning career opportunities.

We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits program for full-time employees, including medical, dental and vision coverage, paid time off, life insurance, disability coverage, employee assistance program, 401(k) plan and a paid parental leave program.

We are an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy or any other basis protected by law. Employment is based solely on a person's merit and qualifications.

We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to qualified individuals with disabilities. This includes providing reasonable accommodation where appropriate. Should you require a reasonable accommodation to apply or participate in the job application or interview process, please contact accommodations.

If you are based in California, we encourage you to read this important information for California residents linked here.





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Purpose for Collecting Personal Information

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Contact details such as home address, telephone number, email addresses, social media handles, and emergency contact details.

Employee identification number, photo, and Internet Protocol address.

Insurance policy numbers and bank account numbers.

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Geolocation Information, are data derived from your device by using satellite or cell phone tower signals or exchanges to locate you within a geographic area.

Internet protocol address and Multi-Factor Authentication, for security purposes, which may indicate general location.

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Biometric Information, such as fingerprint or face for access to Red Ventures laptops (optional and collected with your consent) which is considered sensitive personal information.

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Inferences drawn from other personal information to build a profile reflecting a person's preferences, characteristics, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, and aptitudes.

We do not use or disclose the above Sensitive Personal Information for purposes other than those business purposes specifically permitted by law. As a result, we do not offer a right to limit our use or disclosure of these categories.

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To determine the appropriate retention period for your Personal Information, we consider the amount, nature, and sensitivity of the Personal Information; the potential risk of harm from unauthorized use or disclosure; the purposes for which we process it; whether we can achieve those purposes through other means; and the applicable legal requirements.

In some circumstances we may anonymize your Personal Information so that it can no longer be associated with you, in which case it is no longer Personal Information.

Upon expiration of the applicable retention period, we will securely destroy your Personal Information in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

Your Personal Information Rights (applicable to California employees)

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You have the right to request that we provide you with the following information:

  • The specific pieces of your Personal Information that we have collected about you;
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Our responses to a request to know will provide Personal Information collected and maintained about you since January 1, 2022, unless doing so proves impossible or would involve a disproportionate effort. There may be scenarios where we deny your request. If that occurs, we will provide you with an explanation as to why we could not provide you with all or some of your Personal Information. Please note that we are not required to provide Personal Information to you more than twice in a 12-month period.

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