Chess Scholars Has Numerous Part-time Openings Teaching Chess in the Greater Chicago Area

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Chess Scholars, the leading provider of after-school chess programs and chess camps, is pleased to announce expanding into new Chicago suburbs and needs new chess teachers for the many new openings.

Due to recent expansion, Chess Scholars has new openings and is offering $40-$55 a class to quality chess teachers starting in January of 2014.

Having started out in Chicago, Chess Scholars is expanding out further and further and now needs teachers in Naperville, Bartlett, and even as far west as St. Charles IL.

"Chess Scholars is seeing so much growth because we have the best curriculum and hire dynamic teachers to bring personality to the programs," said Ilya Korzhenevich, CEO of Chess Scholars.

Using a unique chess curriculum and emphasizing enthusiasm and fun in a structured context, Chess Scholars has been able to grow from a handful of schools to providing after-school chess programs in hundreds of schools all over the greater Chicago area and even in southern Wisconsin.

"I have been to four of the 5 programs and all your instructors are particularly nice and work great with the children, thank you so much for a wonderful program," Shana Gagliardo, Recreation Coordinator of Franklin Community Education and Recreation.

For more information about how to be a part of Chess Scholars' growing teacher base, please contact Ilya Korzhenevich at http://ChessScholars.com/contact-us/.

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