Mandarin Teaching Assistant

Ni Hao ChineseCA

10 months ago


Job Title

Mandarin Teaching Assistant

Job Location

United States

Job Overview

  • Join our team at Ni Hao Chinese, a language learning program with a rich history and thousands of successful students.
  • Perfect opportunity for those interested in a future teaching career.
  • Work alongside credentialed teachers in a real LAUSD classroom.
  • Past Teaching Assistants have gone on to secure teaching positions at LAUSD.


  • Part-Time (15-20 hrs/week), Internship
  • Salary range: $16 - $18 per hour


  • Assist children with classroom activities.
  • Support students with diverse language backgrounds and skill levels.
  • Aid teachers in completing students' homework and assignments.
  • Manage small groups of students and guide them in completing their tasks.
  • Display enthusiasm, understanding, and commitment to create positive educational experiences.


  • High school diploma required (Associate's or bachelor's degree preferred).
  • Fluency in Mandarin Chinese is a must.
  • Prior experience working with school-aged students is preferred.
  • Passionate about education and creative in teaching.
  • Ability to take initiatives and follow instructions.
  • Skilled in evaluating, analyzing, and problem-solving with children.
  • Excellent multitasking abilities.

We're excited for you to apply!

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