MAIA’s Education team is known for providing high quality programs, thanks to our amazing instructors – and we are always looking for more. If you are not just knowledgeable about insurance, but also have great people skills and a knack for teaching, consider applying! We already have some great instructor candidates in the pipeline, and are holding a mandatory informational Train the Trainer session on October 27th, and scheduling candidate presentations on November 30th. So don’t wait!
If you’re thinking you might be interested, please take a look at MAIA’s Education Schedule to get a feel for the breadth of topics, locations, and class types.
Things You Should Know
- Our instructors are independent contractors. Some work many days, others just a few. Classes are held during regular business hours.
- During COVID-19, MAIA’s Education Schedule comprises a mix of live webinars and in-person classroom instruction in our Milford, MA training center only (where strict COVID protocols are in place). However, MAIA typically holds insurance classes at venues across the state and in other parts of New England as well, so local travel will be required when more offsite classes resume.
Interested? Apply Today
Email your qualifications, along with a brief description of why you think this might be a good fit, to: Lynne McLain, Education Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org (or mail Lynne your credentials at MAIA, 91 Cedar St., Milford, MA 01757).
If your qualifications are a potential match, Lynne will contact you for an interview, and if that goes well, you will be asked to participate in the following sessions:
- Train the Trainer: October 27, 2020, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
In this required informational session, we will discuss all the expectations, guidelines, honorarium structure, etc. involved with becoming a MAIA instructor. You will learn all you need to know about instructing for MAIA and ways to be successful at it.
- Presentation: November 30, 2020, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Each candidate will be asked to prepare and present a short, 15-20-minute presentation to the group on an insurance topic. (We will go over the specifics about this during the first class.)
After these sessions, if it is mutually agreed upon that you should continue with the process, we will begin setting up mentoring dates to get you started!