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Brain Trainer- Most Rewarding Job Ever!

We are currently seeking energetic individuals who have a strong desire to positively impact the lives of others through our intensive cognitive training program. Join our team as a Cognitive Skills Trainer at our center in Cedar Rapids. Additional opportunities may be available in and around the Coralville area, some driving required. Like a personal trainer for the brain, our part-time Cognitive Skills Trainers work with students in an intense, one-on-one environment to improve learning, reading, and math. We utilize specific techniques to strengthen cognitive learning skills, attention, and memory in students from a wide range of backgrounds and age groups such as K-12 students, adults, seniors, and those with traumatic brain injuries and other cognitive impairments.

* 10-25 hrs/week available
* Completed or pursuing 4-year degree
* Strong auditory processing skills
* High energy!
* Quick learner - Training provided
* Availability: Consistently available from 3pm-8pm M-F. Saturday morning availability preferred but not required.
*Raise potential every 6 months.
*Performance bonus' up to $300 per client

To apply: Respond with your resume to Patrick at or apply through Handshack.

To learn more about the positions we have available at our Cedar Rapids center, call us at 319-393-0067 at any time. We look forward to having you join our team and cannot wait to see the life-changing impact you can make! For more information and to view the research done on LearningRx visit

Brain Training 101: How Brain Training Works
Whenever you think, learn, or remember, groups of neurons in your brain physically work together to accomplish the task. If what you're trying to do is difficult or unfamiliar, nearby neurons are drawn into the process to help you out. LearningRx brain training exposes each student to a customized series of intense mental workouts. To perform these workouts, the brain is forced to strengthen, reorganize and even create new neural pathways. In other words, brain training "rewires" the brain to perform more efficiently than ever before.