Check out some of these Education related jobs and internships with deadlines this week through April 15th. They range from teaching to policy to analysts to Special Education. Click HERE to find them all on Handshake.
Teach at a charter school in Nashville, TN or Jackson, MS.
Join the Admissions team of a private high and middle school in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Spend your summer working with the Education Institute team at Success Academy Charter Schools in New York City.
uAspire provides college affordability advice to students and families in order to change the college affordability landscape.
Join a team focused on service-learning and improving education for those from low-income backgrounds.
Join an interdisciplinary team of scientists.
Join the staff of a private school in Kents Hill, Maine.
Recent college grads can apply for this paid fellowship at a national education nonprofit.
Apply to work at this bilingual preschool in Newton, MA.
Consider applying for this nine-week teaching residency in Atlanta.
Apply for this position if you are passionate about working with kids, the environment, and making a difference in public schools.
Join Urban Teachers in Baltimore, Washington DC, or Dallas/Fort Worth.
Spend a year in Bryn Mawr, PA, working in the Leadership, Innovation, and the Liberal Arts Center (LILAC).
Apply to teach mathematics in Sewanee, TN.
Join Duke University Talent Identification’s Program administrative team.
Station1 is a nonprofit organization that is building a foundation for the university of the future – a scalable model of higher education based on inclusion and equity.
Work at Camp Hawkeye in New Hampshire, on community-building, teaching, diversity and inclusion.
Directly support fundraising efforts at an organization with the sole focus of preparing college women for leadership in the public policy arena.
Provide operational, administrative, and technical support to campus activities related to social entrepreneurship.
Join a fast-paced team implementing design thinking and entrepreneurial efforts to shape inclusion initiatives at the Georgetown University of School of Medicine.
Are you curious about what it’s like to work in a college admissions office—perhaps even here at Middlebury? Have you ever considered working at your own alma mater after you graduate? Here at Midd and at many of our peer schools, entry-level admissions openings are likely to be posted soon, and we’d love to share our advice and experiences with anyone who might find such positions of interest.
If you are a graduating senior, Class of 2018 and 2018.5, the Middlebury Admissions team will 1-2 available jobs for you to apply for. More widely, if you have ever considered a career in higher ed or perhaps at the secondary level, even in teaching, come with your curiosity and questions and Middlebury Admissions staff working in higher ed will happily discuss what they know. Contact: Sam Prouty, Associate Director of Admissions (email@example.com) for more info!
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