Teach at Math Potentials

Math Potentials has seen significant growth and is always looking for knowledgeable teachers to join our team. Our organization is moving towards using a Professional Learning Community model, whereby everyone learns from the team’s collective expertise. This model will ensure that everyone continues to develop themselves, and in turn they make a difference in their students’ success.

Teach at Math Potentials

We are continuously accepting applications for Math Potentials Teachers:

Math Potentials gives competitive remuneration, commensurate with the high expectations that we have of our instructors.

Math Potentials gives competitive remuneration, commensurate with the high expectations that we have of our instructors.

Qualifications:

- Degree in mathematics or closely related field (math specialist)
- Enthusiasm for mathematics
- Interest in continuous professional development
- Demonstrated teaching excellence
- Ability to lead students to love and appreciate mathematics
- Advocate learning and understanding of math at a deeper level rather than relying on memorization
- Exceptional skill in engaging students

Bonus qualifications, not required but preferred:

- Teaching Certificate
- Master or PhD in Math or Math Education
- Teaching Experience – Elementary School
- Teaching Experience – Secondary School

Applications must include:

- CV and cover letter
- Two references

Interested applicants, please contact: mario@mathpotentials.com

Learn why they chose Math Potentials

Edit Szobonya

Parent

It gave my daughter confidence in her math skills for sure. This is the best program I have signed her up over the years and I keep promoting math circles whoever is talk to and have kids or grandkids.

Hannah Hwang

Parent

"When I was in the high school what I did most in math classes was memorize formulas and do lots of calculations. I was blessed to find the Math Circles program. I loved the way of approaching the concepts, and I learned a lot from the materials along with my daughter. Thanks so much for providing such a wonderful program to our kids."

Gordon Hamilton

Math Educator

"Let us not equate mathematics and arithmetic; let us not equate applying algorithms and thinking. Math Circles explores mathematics that is worthy of the human intellect. It's not trying to make math easy, but celebrates the challenge of struggling with a tough problem."

Robert Huang

Graduate

"After graduating, I went to University of Waterloo and am studying Statistics. I think Math Circles helped me a lot, especially with regards to tackling a problem from multiple perspectives, which was a skill that I use a lot in both my academic work and professional work."

Simon Kim

Parent

"Once again, Andrew had a wonderful year with Math Potentials. Thank you very much for all your hard work! Andrew has gone from being very intimidated by math to feeling quite confident(sometimes boastful ha ha) and comfortable with it. He got all As last report card, and was recommended to Grade 9 Math because he had finished Grade 8 by December, so in Grade 9, he will be taking Gr10 Math."

Ella W.

Student

The strategies that I learned helped me gain more confidence in math, as I used to be rather slow at calculating mentally. I also learned how to use my common sense when solving problems which deepened my understanding in math. In class, I was given many chances to share my thinking process, and now I find it much easier to share my ideas in classroom discussions.

Hriday B.

Student

Math Circles has largely helped to improve my confidence and abilities in mathematics since I joined the program in Grade 5. Currently, as a Grade 11 IB student, I feel strong confidence and mathematical understanding which is in large part due to Math Circles.

Ashish Duggal

Parent

"I am pleased to inform you that my daughter, Alisha (currently in Omega) has been accepted into the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She wrote the Advanced SCAT exam and qualified with high marks in Math (90th percentile) for the summer programs across many top-ranked Universities. Both Alisha and I wanted to thank the Math Potentials program as we know that in addition to her hard work at home, her being in the program for the last 2.5 years has contributed to her success."