Here is a curated listing of jobs, internships, fellowships listed in Handshake under K-12 Education sorted by “Application Deadline” which netted 126 opportunities. I would recommend setting up a “Job Alert” where you can save your searches and be contacted whenever new opportunities are posted to Handshake.
Join Language in Motion – an educational collaboration that connects Middlebury’s international, study abroad, and upper level language students with local high school, middle school, and elementary school teachers, students, and classrooms. With support and training, Middlebury College students prepare and deliver lessons and activities that promote global awareness, intercultural competence, and language acquisition. Please note – topics are not limited to languages and language learning! Sound interesting?
We’re accepting 15 new presenters for the fall semester. The short and simple application is due Sunday, September 26.
Feel free to contact Kristen Mullins with any questions.
Below are a handful of education events listed on Handshake. Don’t forget to keep your eyes open for our upcoming Field Guide to Education Majors co-sponsored with the Education Studies Department.
|Event: Search Associates – International Education: A Gateway to a Paid Experience Abroad with Diana Kerry|
Thu, Oct 8 5:00 pm EDT – 5:30 pm EDT
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|EF EDUCATION FIRST |
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
W/ CONNECTICUT COLLEGE ALUM, MATTHEW CHARDE, CLASS OF 1987, PRESIDENT OF EF EXPLORE AMERICA
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+1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Brooke Charter Schools Associate Teacher Virtual Information Session — External Registration: Wednesday, May 27th, 2020, 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm EDT
KIPP DC: Capital Teaching Residency Webinar — RSVP for Event: Wednesday, May 27th, 2020, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm EDT
Middlebury’s Center for Community Engagement had a wonderful article in their Spring 2020 Highlights newsletter featuring local Educators. “We interviewed six Middlebury College alumni educators in Addison County to recognize them for all the work they do, including their efforts to stay connected with their students during the transition to remote learning. Read the six interviews HERE.