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Are you looking to make some extra money and get a free bar prep course?

JD Advising, Inc. helps law students and graduates prepare for the bar. JD Advising is looking for Table Time Representatives at your school!

DUTIES:

·      At least 2 hours of table time per week, or as otherwise permitted by your school

·      Spreading the word about JD Advising

·      Answering questions students may have

·      Distributing fliers

·      Attend one monthly meeting online (only 30 minutes)

We will give you a detailed overview of JD Advising’s services plus training, campus support, samples of products, and promotional materials.

Students must adhere to the school’s protocols concerning COVID-19.

PAY:

·      Students are paid through a percentage off a bar review course, and money for sign-ups. One year of work earns 50% off an On Demand bar exam course (UBE or California). This course comes with outlines, prerecorded instruction, and released essay and MBE questions. Two years of tabling earns 100% off an On Demand course, meaning it is FREE. Students will be upgraded to the Premium Bar Exam Course (UBE only) for working 3 school years.

·      Students will get $100 for each student they sign up for a JD Advising course! After 5 sign ups, the student will be upgraded to a Premium Bar Exam Course (UBE only)!

·      After getting five (5) other students signed up for a course, students can become a Lead JD Advising Ambassador with a few extra duties, plus increased pay per sign-up ($125 per sign-up and $25 per sign-up by another rep).

We are happy to give great recommendations to future employers for team members who work hard.

Skills gained (to list on resume): networking, promoting, creativity, communication, connecting groups of people, time management, self-motivation, and organization.

Please send your resume to employment@jdadvising.com. Please include “Table Time Representative” in the subject line of your email.

Make sure to include:

1.     The name of the law school you attend and the year you graduate

2.     A copy of your resume