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Washington County Public Schools (WCPS) Teacher Diversity Recruitment Day

WCPS Teacher Diversity Recruitment Day is an invitation-only educator recruitment event that will be held on Sunday, April 3rd from 9AM-3PM. Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to meet WCPS leadership,tour school facilities, experience beautiful Washington County, and participate in an exclusive screening interview with school administrators. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Please click on the flyer below if you have any questions.

Teacher Diversity Recruitment Day Flyer

Downtown Baptist Church, “Little Page Turners” Summer Literacy Camp

Downtown Baptist Church, located in Old Town Alexandria, is hosting a literacy camp this summer.  “Little Page Turners” will immerse up to 28 English Language Learners, in 1st-3rd graders, from the Casa Chirilagua community in reading and writing activities in a fun and safe learning environment.  The camp will be held August 8-12, 9 AM -12:30 PM daily, at our church in Alexandria.  We are seeking individuals to do the following:

-Collaboratively plan and deliver daily whole group lessons and small group rotations with 2-3 other volunteers;  sample rotations that extend the learning from the whole group lesson include reading comprehension, writing, vocabulary, games, crafts and snack.

-Align learning experiences with specific Virginia Standards of Learning.

-Meet with church staff after the camp is completed to share successes and opportunities for improvement.

This is an unpaid internship, averaging 30-35 hours of active involvement in lesson planning (5 hours), teaching (25 hours), informal assessment (included in teaching hours) and program evaluation (1 hour). 

Pre-professional education students will gain real-world teaching experience with a diverse learner population.  Camp staff hours are 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM, with lunch provided.

 Please find more information below. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Krystal Speed, Director, Children and Youth Ministries at kspeed@downtownbaptist.org.  

Summer Internship Opportunity Flyer

Emergent Preparatory Academy

Early Childhood Educators Needed
Emergent Preparatory Academy, an early education program serving children ages 2 – 5 years of age and located in NE and SE DC, has available positions for energetic professionals, self starters with wholesome knowledge of instruction, planning and program implementation in the field of early education.

B.S. In Early Childhood Education; 3rd Year Students; Early Childhood Interns and at least 12 Core Hours in early education.

Interested applicants must submit their resume with a copy of transcript to:  Delores.mcgee@emergentprepacademy.com

Summer Program positions also available.  No experience necessary.

New York City Coalition of Community Charter Schools (C3S)

New York City Coalition of Community Charter Schools (C3S) is having a job fair. This is a great opportunity for those interested in education careers in New York City. It is FREE to all Job Seekers. We would love to have interested students from Trinity Washington University attend.

Join C3S at our Citywide Independent Charter School Job Fair
Date: April 10, 2016 from 10am – 2pm
Location: Ingersoll Community Center • 177 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Independent charter schools in NYC provide unique opportunities for new and experienced entrants in the field of education. Our schools represent a remarkable diversity in teaching models and school culture, where your ideas are valued and supported. Many of our schools feature collaborative working environments to best meet the needs of our students. Please joins us and RSVP on our website: http://www.c3s.nyc/#!c3s-job-fair-2/h3yow

Please see the flyer below for more information, and/or contact Edward Rivera at erivera@c3s.nyc.

Job Fair Flyer

Outer Limits

Outer Limits is seeking qualified college students to support a school program with Prince George’s County Public School.

The Staff Assistant will support our elementary age students with their math, reading and homework instruction. Will also assist with our STEM program and other enrichment activities.

The position begins tentatively on May 2, 2016.  (Subject to change based on Prince George’s County’s Public School academic calendar.)

Please send your resume and letter of interest to the Site Coordinator, Pamela Odoi-Atsem@ Poatsem.rslc@gmail.com or Fax #: 240-823-9230.

Please see the flyer below for additional information.
Outer Limits- Student Assistant

 

Summer Babysitter Needed – Full Time

We’re looking for a summer babysitter to work as part of our team taking care of our 4 small children in Brookland.

This person will have primary responsibility for our two young boys, ages 2 and 3. They are both sweet, chatty, and active. Your days will include helping them with breakfast and getting dressed, then exploring some part of the neighborhood or city – on foot, stroller, bus, or metro. Lunch and afternoon rest time, and then more activity, likely closer to home.

We also have 3 month old twin girls. We have another person who has primary responsibility for them, but want everyone to work as a team (so you may find yourself giving a bottle or holding a baby and they can help you as well).

We’re looking for someone who:

– is able to care respectfully for our children, engaging them as whole people, communicating with them kindly, keeping their days relatively simple and predictable

– has a good attitude and familiarity working with small children day-in-day-out

– is able to work alongside others (our other sitter, either parent when they aren’t working, sometimes our mothers)

Our other babysitter speaks primarily Spanish, so if you speak Spanish, that’s great! If you want to learn Spanish, this is a good opportunity to practice! If you don’t speak Spanish, we actually think it will work out fine as people will have defined roles and a lot is quickly communicated through smiles and gestures!

Other responsibilities include: cleaning up from the children’s meals, occasional household chores like vacuuming or emptying the dishwasher.

Hours are:

Monday – 5 hours, between the hours of 7am and 5pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 10 hours – 7am to 5 pm

Friday – 5 hours, between the hours of 7am and 5pm

CPR and First Aid Certified is a plus. Pay: depending on experience. Position is June through August. Would likely continue with part-time care (either daytime or night and weekend) in the fall based on your availability.

ISO Evening and Weekend Sitter

We’re looking for someone to help us manage weekday evenings and some weekend days with our 4 small children in Brookland.

We have a 3 year old, 2 year old, and 3 month old twins and are hiring someone to join us weekday evenings or on the weekends helping us to get dinner on the table, clean up, and get children ready for bed; or just general life on weekends.

Responsibilities will include: playing, eating, dishes and cleanup, maybe a bath or two. At least for now, there will always be at least another adult home, often 2 – we’re just trying to keep things sane!

Pay: depending on experience.

For more information, please contact: Elizabeth Knox at 202-744-7242 or elizabeth@3210knox.com

Job (Washington): Part-Time High School Teacher: English, Math – idealist.org

Part-Time High School Teacher: English, Math

Emerson Preparatory School, a small, dynamic, independent high school near DC’s Dupont Circle, is seeking a part-time math teacher and a part-time English teacher for Fall 2016. Emerson’s 60 students are diverse in every way, hailing from all over the city and all over the globe, and display a variety of learning styles. Classes have a unique, informal, intellectually vibrant atmosphere. Our teachers adapt to students’ needs while presenting challenging, stimulating material that connects classroom content with the outside world. If this sounds like the way you approach teaching, we would love to hear from you.The responsibilities of the math teacher include teaching both core high-school courses and math electives in an engaging, responsive manner that bridges math fundamentals with real-life applications. The math teacher should be excited by the chance to lead small classes with students of different levels and by the opportunity to create courses outside the traditional math syllabus, such as the math of music, game theory, or coding/C++. Please let us know in your cover letter any such courses you might be able to offer.The responsibilities of the English teacher include 2-3 workshop-style classes averaging 8-12 students. We welcome teachers who have experience teaching both staple high-school texts and contemporary genres and who have background in areas such as creative writing, drama, podcasting, or journalism. Candidates should have experience developing students as expository writers. In your cover letter, please indicate some courses you might be able to offer.Our ideal candidates would have experience teaching at the middle- or high-school level, but we also welcome resumés from early-career teachers.Our most successful teachers are those who meet the energy of high-school students with flexibility, humor, and focus. Applicants must be authorized to work legally in the United States and must reside in the DC area.These are part-time contract positions without benefits, for two or more courses with the possibility but no guarantee of continued employment after the contract has ended. Compensation varies according to candidates’ background, experience, and skills, and will be commensurate with adjunct positions at local universities and high schools.Our school year typically begins in mid-August and ends in early June. Some additional time outside of scheduled teaching hours is required for academic support, professional development, and community events.Interested candidates can send resumés and cover letter to Jessica Leader, the Academic Dean, at Jessica.Leader@emersonprep.net. Please put “Math Teacher” or “English Teacher” in the subject line. You can learn more about us at www.emersonprep.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

Chelsea School, Reading Specialist

Chelsea School is in search of a full-time reading specialist to work in our learning disability community. The reading specialist is responsible for providing direct instruction to middle and high school students, in small groups, to enable students to develop literacy skills. Ideal candidates will have expertise in reading instruction and in administering and interpreting reading assessments to develop instruction. Training in Orton-Gillingham, LTRS, Wilson, and/or Lindamood Bell is a plus for this position.

Chelsea School specializes in educating college-bound students with learning disabilities. For more information on our program, student population and educational philosophy, please see our website: www.chelseaschool.edu

Ideal Candidates will meet the following criteria:

  • Valid Maryland state education licensure (or equivalent out-of-state licensure) in Special Education
  • Master’s degree or equivalent post-baccalaureate graduate credit in special education, reading specialization, or related field
  • Familiarity with a variety of multi-sensory, systematic, structured instructional programs and practices for literacy
  • Experience assessing student progress toward achievement of benchmarks goals and objectives
  • Ability to diagnosis and structure intervention plans for reading
  • Understanding of the nature of language-based learning disabilities, especially as they apply to literacy
  • Competence in writing IEP goals and objectives for reading, as well as present levels of performance
  • Excellent communication and organization skills
  • Familiarity working with student records including: neuropsychological reports, academic testing, IEPs, etc.

Please submit your cover letter and resume to Karen Gallo, Literacy Coordinator, at kgallo@chelseaschool.edu

MMYC AmeriCorps Program

MMYC AmeriCorps Program is hiring full-time and part-time positions that are tailored toward young adults who aspire to be classroom teachers, educators, or youth developers.  It is an amazing opportunity to real world experience and to learn what it takes to run a classroom.

The program places AmeriCorps members in title-1 Prince George’s County Public schools to assist with in-school and after-school programs.  It is geared toward young adults interested in a career in education and AmeriCorps members receive a living stipend as well as an educational award at the end of their term. Applicants can apply online here or email the Program Coordinator at alyson@layc-dc.org for additional information.

Please see the job description for additional information: AmeriCorps Position Description for Outreach and AmeriCorps Program Flyer

The Auburn School

The Auburn School, a small private school for children K-8, with social and communication challenges located in Silver Spring, is in search of some volunteers/interns who may be interested in working with a few students in one-to-one or in small groups setting on reading or basic math skills.  Your help would certainly make a difference in our student’s progress and happiness! It also would serve as a wonderful opportunity to gain valuable experience working with young students in a safe and nurturing environment. If you have any questions, or are interested in volunteering/interning, please contact Ms. Rosanne Silverman at rsilverman@theauburnschool.org.

Friendship Public Charter Schools – Blow Pierce Junior Academy

Friendship Public Charter Schools–Blow Pierce Junior Academy, is seeking both to grow and improve their Saturday extended learning program. The school is looking for 10 to 20 enthusiastic students in teacher preparation programs who want to help them with their 1st through 8th grade students each semester of the 2016-2017 school year (11 weeks/semester).

Please find more information by reading this description: Satuday Knights Introduction

If you have any questions, please email Mr. Sean Bland at sbland@friendshipschools.org or call  202-572-1070 (office).

Ross Elementary, Assistant Pre-K Teacher

Ross Elementary, which is located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood in DC, is seeking an assistant Pre-K teacher.

Please find more information by reading this job description: http://dcps.force.com/ts2__JobDetails?jobId=a0xU0000009ZiORIA0&tSource=

If you are interested in the position, please email Principal Searl at holly.searl@dc.gov.

Joe’s Movement Emporium/World Arts Focus

Joe’s Movement Emporium/World Arts Focus is looking to hire students who are interested in the field of education on an elementary school level.  If you have completed courses in curriculum development, child behavior or a related course, Joe’s is interested in providing part-time opportunities for you to gain experience.

Joe’s has an afterschool program and summer camp for school-age children and they are a great place for experiential learning for those who want to teach.

Please find more information by reading this job description: Joe’s Movement Art Education Program Assistant

If you are interested in this position, please email Ms. LaTanya Robinson, Arts Education Director at LaTanya@joesmovement.org

The See Forever Foundation’s Maya Angelou Young Adult Learning Center (YALC)

Want to make a difference by helping students get their GEDs and achieve their goals for a brighter future? Volunteer as a tutor and a mentor at the See Forever Foundation’s Maya Angelou Young Adult Learning Center (YALC) in NE Washington, DC! At the YALC we provide academic and workforce development to inner city young adults (ages 17-24) who have not been successful in a traditional high school environment, or, because of life circumstances, have not been able to receive their high school diploma. We are looking for volunteers for our upcoming school year beginning September 6th to provide math, science, and reading/language arts support on a regular basis. Classes will likely be between 8:30 and 3:30 pm, and volunteers would ideally be able to come for at least an hour a week. However, there may be additional opportunities for volunteers to participate in occasional afterschool and weekend group tutoring sessions. If you’d like to experience this rewarding volunteer opportunity, or would like to learn more, contact Fiona Rodgerson at frodgerson@seeforever.org.

Education Assistant, University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Maryland’s Athletic Department is currently looking to hire Graduate students/professionals to serve in the role of Educational Assistants for the Fall 2016 semester. Ideal candidates for the position have a background in education, and are capable of working one-on-one with some of our academically at-risk student athletes in an effort to improve their academic skill sets.

Educational Assistants are paid between $10-$12 per hour and have a great deal of flexibility when creating their work schedule.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to gain experience as an educator!

Please find out more information by reading this job description: ASCDU EA Application

If you are interested in this position, please email Erin Brady at ebrady12@umd.edu.

The Fishing School, After School Instructor Positions

 

The Fishing School, a nonprofit after school and summer program assisting students and their families in underserved D.C. districts, currently serve over 400 students daily at our four sites schools during the school year along with forty young men at our summer program at Bishop Walker School for Boys.

The Fisher School is recruiting for after school instructor positions for the Fall 2016 semester. These positions are great for students seeking professional development and in field experience as the position runs Monday through Friday from 2:00-6:00p.m. at one of the four site schools. The position is paid at $12 to $18 an hour based upon experience. The instructors lead activities and learning similar to the environment of a traditional classroom. However, The Fishing School strongly values hands-on active learning, meaning the activities are much more engaging than what is done during the school hours.

More about The Fishing School can be found here: http://fishingschool.org/

Please find the position description by clicking on the link below:

http://www.indeed.com/cmp/The-Fishing-School/jobs/Lead-After-School-Instructor-0c3ab88414da9fa2?q=The+Fishing+School

If you are interested in this position, please email Aaron Franklin at afranklin@fishingschool.org

After-School Sitter Needed M-F for Aspergers/ADHD 6 yr old Boy

Our fabulous sitter, a mature Special Education grad student, must leave us the 3rd week of August due to her school/clinic obligations.  Thus, we are in search of an empathetic, conscientious sitter to work with us from mid/late August until end of the calendar at least (preferably longer).

Our son was just diagnosed last Fall.  The specialists say that he is very high functioning and socially motivated.  He has an extraordinary vocabulary and high IQ, but he has the typical deficits in the areas of social pragmatics/flexibility/low neuromuscular tone, etc.  He loves to build things and has always insisted that he wants to be an inventor.  He also loves reading, music, jokes, big sweet dogs (we have one, his only sibling), chocolate, and his sitters (honestly, he becomes super bonded).

The sitter would pick him up at school at Ivymount MAP (Potomac), and take him to appointments (OT, PT, Pragmatic Speech, Therapeutic Riding at Rock Creek Horse Center, swimming) or home near Chevy Chase Circle (right off CT Ave).

School dismissal is 3:15PM every day, but on Wednesdays, it is 12:45PM. The potential schedule can be 3-6PM M, T, TH and FR; and 12:30-5:30PM on Wed.

Experience with high functioning Aspergers/ADHD in a young child is preferred.

Excellent driving record is required.   It is preferred that the sitter use their own car, if suitable, although we might be able to arrange for them to drive our car (we have done that).  If the sitter uses their car, we pay IRS mileage rates (more generous than just a gas allowance).

Some flexibility in start date.  Competitive compensation based on experience.  Extra hours are available if needed.

Thank you in advance for considering our position!

If you are interested in this position, please email Ms. Merrill Phillips at merrillphilips@yahoo.com

Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA)

Make a difference and get paid for it! 

Want to learn more about the world of philanthropy?  Are you passionate about social justice, international development, or community service?

Then, apply for a FADICA internship and become part of a small-but-powerful team where your ideas will be respected and your projects will have impact.

Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA) is offering paid internships to assist with creating and improving services to its members, philanthropists and donors. Interns will select projects based on their interests in the following areas: social media and communications, meeting and symposia planning, marketing and membership development, or issue research on topics such as women religious, human trafficking, international development, Church vitality, and Catholic education. Positions are offered for undergraduate and graduate students.

Available immediately for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017; apply today. Located in Washington DC near the Van Ness Metro Station; Stipend Provided.  Apply today!  To learn more, contact Alicia Simon at asimon@fadica.org.

The Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program (JET)

The JET Program is an initiative of the Japanese government which brings hundreds of young professionals from around the world to Japan each year to work in Japan.  Right now, nearly 5000 JET Program participants, of which more than half are Americans, are serving as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) and Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) throughout the country.  ALTs work in the public schools of Japan, team-teaching with Japanese Teachers of English (JTEs) to bring a native English speaker into the classroom and promote cross-cultural communication.  CIRs work in local government offices as English-Japanese translators, which requires a high level of Japanese fluency.  They also promote international exchange in through coordinating events that bring the global perspective to the local level.  These young people are the building blocks of future U.S.-Japan relations as they bring public diplomacy to their communities.

If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please contact Jessica Kling at: jetprogram@ws.mofa.go.jp, or visit JET’s website at https://jetprogramusa.org/.


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