Lots of great teaching opportunities for summer training and for job placements. Check them out this week HERE.
- Work at Bright Horizons! , Technology Children’s Center Cambridge, MA – Bright Horizons is hiring for a variety of roles all across the country, predominantly in teaching positions for early childhood (ages 0-5). While assistant teacher positions demand neither prior teacher certification nor early education-specific degrees, BH primarily looks for applicants with some prior experience working with young children or infants. More specifically, we prefer candidates with demonstrated commitments to creating intentional, secure, and joyful communities; innovating curriculum to push the boundaries of learning; and encouraging healthy decision-making and development in children. (This opportunity is brought to you by a Middlebury alum, Tyler McDowell ’10)
- Summer Teaching Fellow, Taft Summer School, Watertown, CT – At the heart of the Taft Summer School is a group of teaching fellows who work closely with students in a small residential community. From outstanding colleges and universities, the Summer School selects 10-12 juniors and seniors who express an interest in education. Applicants must have completed their junior or senior year of college. Desired college majors: science, English, mathematics, history, education, world languages, ESL, studio art, and photography. Fellows are provided with a $4,300 stipend, free housing and board, and teaching materials.
- Teaching Fellow in Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at Phillips Academy, Andover, MA – The Teaching Fellow program offers those yet to begin a professional career a program of guided classroom work, professional seminars, and exposure to the theories and methods of experienced teaching faculty. While the teaching fellow appointment is for a single year, reappointment as a fellow is available to those with the desire to teach at the Academy for a second year. Teaching Fellows receive a stipend of $30,000 plus insurance benefits and campus housing. Read our brochure to learn more about the Teaching Fellow program. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree by August 2022.
The Literacy Lab Information Session (VA) Tue April 20, 2021 – Virtual: hear about The Literacy Lab’s mission to ensure all students – no matter who they are or what their zip code is – can become proficient readers and pursue lifelong success. We will also go over the basic commitments of our program and what it means to serve as a tutor for an academic year. You will also have a chance to ask questions at the end, so come prepared with any questions you may have!
The Marshall Teacher Residency – April Open House. Wed April 21, 2021 – Virtual: Learn about the background of the residency and its continued efforts to enhance the landscape of teacher preparation. This will include a program overview and a discussion of the residency design. Find out more about our simple and straightforward application process, requirements, and what we look for in candidates in a Q&A opportunity with MTR Recruitment Manager, Kelly Smith.
Brooke Charter Schools Associate Teacher Virtual Information Session, Mon April 26, 2021 – Virtual: Are you ready to launch your career as a teacher at one of the top-performing schools in Boston? Join us for a virtual information session about our Associate Teacher Program, a salaried, school-based teacher preparation program that empowers corps members to become successful lead teachers in just one year. You will hear from the Associate Teacher Program Manager and current Associate Teachers about school culture, the structure of the program, mentorship and professional development, compensation, and more!
Below is a curated search of different internships, jobs and fellowships in education, administration, and policy. Don’t wait to apply!
Another week of lots of internships and jobs in Handshake under the areas of teaching, K-12 education, Higher Ed, and other educational opportunities. This list is sorted by application deadlines: CLICK HERE.
Full-time summer position with competitive benefits
Resident Teaching Fellows are responsible for the physical and emotional well-being of Summer Portals’ students. Each summer a new team of Fellows must bond quickly and intuitively as they create a safe and welcoming community while implementing the residential curriculum and guide students through a rewarding academic enrichment experience. As advisors and mentors, Resident Teaching Fellows are expected to comport themselves to the highest standards of personal integrity and professional principles.
Apply for a Resident Teaching Fellow position online at:
Applicants will be expected to submit:
1. A current resume.
2. Two letters of recommendation by professors or supervisors of education-related work experience.
3. Unofficial transcript(s).
4. The Portals community is richly diverse by design. Please describe in a letter how you will complement the diversity in our community, and how you anticipate benefitting from the various members of our community (students, peers, and faculty).
Doug Piper, a math teacher at The Lawrenceville School outside of Princeton New Jersey sent us this recruiting info: The Lawrenceville School is a 9th-12th grade boarding school of about 820 students. Each year we hire a Mathematics Fellow, typically a recent college graduate with an interest in teaching math; they are looking for math majors and minors. The position is a 2-year, full-time contract and includes housing and healthcare benefits. Candidates would be interested in teaching various levels of math and coaching 2 interscholastic sports. The 2-year program also includes graduate coursework, and the Fellows earn a Master’s degree in Education from UPenn concurrently.
Candidates should apply directly using the link below, or through The Lawrenceville School’s website (About tab, Employment tab). All are welcome to reach out with questions!
School website link
There are numerous jobs and some internships in Handshake in the areas of K-12 Education and Other Education industry categories. This list is sorted by “application deadline date”. Click HERE to review the opportunities.
Urban Teachers will be on-campus this Wednesday. If you are interested to visit with Torin Peterson to learn more, he’ll be at CCI in Adirondack House between 12 and 4pm on Wednesday. Please RSVP here to let him know – thanks!
You can learn more about Urban Teachers here and via the blurb below (and when you’re ready to apply, you can do so here – the end of October is quickly approaching!).
Urban Teachers – A bit about them: They are a four-year teacher preparation and certification program that transforms those interested to teach into truly effective, culturally competent career teachers in urban schools in Baltimore, DC, and Dallas/Fort Worth. Their program includes: 1) A one-year co-teaching residency with stipend and benefits, 2) A two-year master’s degree in education from Johns Hopkins, 3) A guaranteed three-year teaching job with full-time salary and benefits, and 4) Three years and 85 hours of 1-on-1 coaching, as well as teaching certification by the end of year three. As a result, those who complete the Urban Teachers program are among the most expert and results-oriented educators in the nation.
— Torin Peterson, Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast urbanteachers.org
Apply Now Before Next Deadline: November 19th
Watch Here @ Minute 12 to Hear Directly From Alumni!