Build futures with the
world leader in test prep
Help students own the moment
Kaplan Test Prep (KTP) isn’t just about helping students get great test scores. We also teach confidence and encourage curiosity. If you believe a great teacher can change a student’s perspective from “I’m not sure” to “I know I can,” come join our team.
Connect with students in a classroom
Most KTP instructors start in traditional onsite classrooms, but we also offer immediate opportunities to teach online. With active classes always being held across the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, there may be teaching positions open near you today.
Experience focused career growth
Some instructors qualify for a selective career immersion program in professional development. If selected, you'd relocate to our contact center in Florida to develop career goals, build professional networks with leaders, and take the next steps in your career—at Kaplan or beyond.
Use technology to your advantage
There are ample opportunities to teach in Kaplan’s Live Online classrooms and channels. As an online instructor, you can deliver lessons digitally to students around the country. You can also assist other teachers behind the scenes or tutor students in one-on-one sessions.
As KTP faculty, you’ll enjoy:
Classes usually run evenings and weekends, fitting easily into your existing work and life commitments.
While many instructors start in onsite classrooms, you'll train remotely, alongside colleagues across the country.
Commuter benefits, 401k matching, and free or discounted classes are some of the benefits teachers enjoy.
New opportunities often emerge for part-time teachers. Many of KTP’s leaders started their careers as KTP faculty.
What you need to apply
We look for teachers who want to help students build their futures. While teaching experience is not required, you should place a high value on academics and know how to lead an engaging, dynamic class.
You should have scores in the 90th percentile or higher for the tests you plan to teach—or retest to meet this requirement. NCLEX or USMLE positions may have different requirements.