Deliver instruction on topicssuch as the principles of marketing, how to operate a business, andthe financial aspects of business.
Improvestudents' knowledge of business practices.
Teach business topics such as basic economics, resumewriting, facts about business careers, account checking, computers,the stock market, accounting, and finance.
Deliver the skills and knowledge necessary for studentsto function as responsible citizens in the businessworld.
Hold seminars and lectures at localorganizations.
Keep records of grades, gradepapers, and perform other administrative duties asneeded.
Write grant proposals to gain fundingfor further research.
Create projects designedto enhance lectures.
Read and stay abreast ofcurrent topics in business.
Utilize various curriculumresources.
Integrate competencies, goals, andobjectives into lesson plans.
Utilizecurricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, andlinguistic backgrounds of the students served.
Develop incentives to keep participants inclass.
Develop professional relationships withother agencies and programs.
Utilize publiclibrary resources.
Work with programcoordinators to ensure initiatives are being met.
Tutor students on an individual basis.