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Director of Development, College of Fine & Applied Arts
newabout 24 hours ago
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Position Summary Information Minimum Qualifications •Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university •A minimum of three years of successful experience in major gifts fundraising, development, sales, or other closely related field •Ability to understand the needs and interests of potential donors and donors in order to develop relationships between them and colleges or areas •Interest in all aspects of education and a dedication to promoting Appalachian’s fundraising priorities through developing excellent relationships with faculty, senior leaders, trustees, alumni, volunteers, and the advancement office team •Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated record of completing assignments •Ability to manage competing priorities consulting with supervisor as necessary and meet tight deadlines •Frequent travel is a priority in this position, requiring flexibility in work hours to include evenings and extensive travel as needed to accomplish objectives and satisfy goals License/Certification Required Preferred Qualifications Preference will be given to applicants with a master’s degree and 5 years of fundraising experience in nonprofit or higher education Selection Criteria: •Proven track record of managing a portfolio of donor prospects/clients and securing major gifts/sales at the $25,000 level •Demonstrated experience in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts, including capital campaign experience at an academic institution or within the nonprofit sector •Proven record of consistent and creative stewardship of donors •Personal commitment to higher education and the nonprofit sector •Demonstrated experience working with volunteer boards to reach fundraising goals •Ability to work with colleagues across the university and establish and foster relationships that encourage a collaborative work environment to reach shared goals •Outstanding written and oral communication skills •Well-developed computer user skills: word processing, spreadsheet, database, and internet •Demonstrated knowledge of basic business terminology, financial matters and the ethical, legal, and tax-related issues regarding the solicitation, transfer, and management of charitable gifts •Ability to work independently and take initiative, manage competing priorities, coordinate diverse and multiple projects, and meet established deadlines •Personal commitment to the fundraising profession as evidenced through work ethic and high standards of best practices •Experience in deploying fundraising metrics and tracking and analyzing results •Advanced problem-solving skills and ability to work with all levels of staff •Experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff and student environment or commitment to do so as a member of the Appalachian State University community Essential Duties and Responsibilities •Build and manage a major gifts program to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of approximately 150 major gift prospects, with a focus on pipeline development to meet increasingly aggressive annual fundraising goals •Plan and execute a minimum of 12-15 significant meetings each month for the purpose of qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors, traveling regionally and nationally as necessary •Work with the Office of Prospect Management and Research to identify, cultivate and solicit major gifts prospects that are capable of contributing $25,000 to the University •Recommend and implement cultivation and solicitation strategies for individual prospects •Work collaboratively with administration, faculty, advisory board members, volunteers, and others in the College of Fine & Applied Arts, the Advancement Office, and across the University •Work closely with the central development staff including the Office of Annual Giving, Alumni Affairs, and Donor Relations to effectively implement annual giving and donor stewardship plans •Develop, evaluate and refine plans and timetables for solicitation strategies •Represent the Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc., and the University at key development and alumni events and fundraising or donor engagement opportunities •Assist in planning and/or directing cultivation events or programs to foster interaction between donors and senior leadership at the University •Prepare written proposals to solicit prospects for gifts in support of the University and use persuasive language to promote visionary gift opportunities •Maintain compliance with procedures in coordination with the Office of Gift Processing to ensure effective collecting, recording, accounting, acknowledgment and follow-up on all gifts •Maintain and continually update prospect and donor records in the Banner database, including prompt entry of call/contact reports

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Jacobson Distinguished Professor and Director of the Jacobson Insitutute for Innovation in Education
about 1 month ago
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The Jacobson Institute provides current and future educators access to innovative resources and strategies and promotes interactions among educators and transformational thought leaders. The Jacobson ...

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Director of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership
newabout 24 hours ago
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Position Summary Information Minimum Qualifications An awarded Ph.D or Ed.D from an accredited university with expertise in educational leadership or one of the six concentrations offered by the program. Significant leadership and administrative experience in pre K-12, higher education, or a closely related field, including proven managerial and fiscal responsibilities. An ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences, build relationships with a wide variety of partners and constituents, and recruit potential students. An understanding of academic culture, policies, and procedures typical of major universities. Experience advising at the doctoral level, including leadership roles on dissertation committees. A record of research and teaching appropriate for membership Evidence of a commitment to the philosophies outlined in the Reich College of Education Conceptual Framework (http://rcoe.appstate.edu/about/conceptualframework). A demonstrated commitment to inclusive excellence and social justice through scholarship, teaching, and service. Strong background in, and understanding of, a wide variety of research methodologies. License/Certification Required Preferred Qualifications Qualification for appointment at the rank of Full Professor. Experience with hybrid and online teaching using contemporary, computer-based educational delivery systems and a familiarity with distance learning trends and best practices. Demonstrated success in obtaining external funding. Experience advising and mentoring students from a distance. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The responsibilities of the Director include the continued development, implementation, and daily operations of the Doctoral Program; policy development; budget planning and over-site; overseeing quality dissertation scholarship; teaching doctoral-level courses; recruitment of doctoral students; building relationships concentration area faculty; representation of the Program within and outside the Reich College of Education and Appalachian State University; and collaboration with other departments, colleges, and programs as needed. The Director will be expected to assume leadership in setting program priorities and standards. Additional information about the Doctoral Program can be found at the following link: http://edl.appstate.edu. Additional information about the Reich College of Education can be found here: http://rcoe.appstate.edu

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Visiting Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership/Multicultural Education
7 months ago
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Required Education and Experience An earned doctorate in Educational Leadership or a closely related field by the start date of August 16, 2018. Certification/licensure and/or at least one-year of ...

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Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (West Des Moines) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, college of humanities, communication, ethics, geography, greek, human geography, learning technology, public relations, rhetoric

Special Education (SPED) Teacher - Full Time in Council Bluffs, IA
10 days ago
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Special Education (SPED) Teacher - Full Time in Council Bluffs, IA Soliant is working with a client located around the Council Bluffs area looking to fill a Special Education (SPED) teacher opening ...

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Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Belle Plaine) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art history, college of humanities, communication, dance, early education, history, humanities, photography, phylosophy

Higher Education Architect
about 2 months ago
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Shive-Hattery's Iowa City location is seeking a licensed Higher Education Architect with approximately 3+ years of experience. Requirements and Duties: * Exceptional client engagement and service ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Oelwein) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, ethics, french, greek, japanese, language, public relations, victorian, writing

Educational Consultant (Math) - Part Time - Des Moines, IA
4 months ago
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Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching mathematics at the secondary (6-12) level and/or with a Bachelor's or Master's degree in mathematics or mathematics education. * Strong ...

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Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Spencer) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, b.d., classics, esl, greek, history, human geography, m.div, public relations, school of humanities

Program Coordinator II - 1063
7 months ago
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Required Education and Experience Bachelor's degree and 4 years of related experience; OR a Master's degree and 2 years of related experience; OR a combination of education and/or related experience ...

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Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Charles City) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: classics, early education, english, french, language, m. div, music, pedagogy, religion, theatre

Girl Scouts AmeriCorps Troop Specialist
2 months ago
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Education leading to high school graduation is the focus of The City of Davenport's AmeriCorps Program. Accepted individuals become Members and commit to a set number of hours and weeks while getting ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (West Des Moines) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, ethics, french, greek, japanese, language, public relations, victorian, writing

Adjunct Instructor(s): Developmental Writing or Math
7 months ago
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Requirements Bachelor?s Degree in English, math, education, or closely related field required. Master?s degree in content areas preferred as established in the Iowa Department of Education?s Iowa ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Carroll) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, ethics, french, greek, japanese, language, public relations, victorian, writing

Special Education Teacher / Iowa
6 months ago
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Soliant is actively seeking a Special Education Teacher near the Des Moines, Iowa area. This is a contract for the full school year. Must be licensed in Iowa as a special educator or be willing to ...

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Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Spencer)
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: greek, history, japanese, literature, music, photography, public relations, religion, rhetoric, writing

Education Program Consultant (Ed Facts)
18 days ago
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Education Program Consultant (Ed Facts) Print Education Program Consultant (Ed Facts) Salary $57,865.60 - $89,481.60 Annually Location Des Moines - 50319 - Polk County, IA Job Type Full-time Agency ...

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Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Saint Anthony)
newabout 24 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: classics, coeducational, dance, esl, history, literature, m. div, m.div, theology, victorian

Lesson Instructor, Voice, DUCSOM - DCSM01
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Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Louisa) - Teach For America
newabout 24 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: college of humanities, geography, greek, history, human geography, pedagogy, performing arts, photography, religion, victorian

Special Education Elementary Teacher - Instructional Strategist II: Behavior Disorder/Learning Disab
about 1 month ago
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Special Education Elementary Teacher - Instructional Strategist II: Behavior Disorder/Learning Disabilities 2019-2020 School Year Job Description Primary Location Beloit Salary Range Per Year Shift ...

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Elementary Principal - Waterloo
newabout 24 hours ago
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Waterloo Community School DistrictLincoln Elementary School Principal OpeningThe Waterloo Community School District is seeking a dynamic student-centered instructional leader for the position of Elementary Principal at Lincoln Elementary. The successful candidate will possess excellent communications skills, maintain high expectations for all students and have demonstrated an ability to work effectively with staff, students and families from diverse backgrounds.Applicants must either apply by sending a letter of interest, resume, and references to:Kingsley Botchway II, Chief Officer of Human Resources & EquityWaterloo Community Schools1516 Washington St.Waterloo, IA 50702 or by CLICKING THE LINK ABOVE The Waterloo Community School District is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.The Des Moines Register.Category: , Keywords: Elementary School Principal

Admissions Activities Coordinator
22 days ago
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Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661, phone number 312-730-1560, fax 312-730-1576

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CDL Instructor - Soldier
newabout 24 hours ago
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Become a CDL Instructor Today! Take the next step in your career and help prepare the next generation of drivers to succeed on the road! North American Driver Training Academy (NADTA) has an immediate opening for an Instructor to be located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Relocation assistance available. Apply now or email [email protected] for details! Job Summary: The CDL Instructor is responsible for conducting entry-level Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL) road and yard training, to promote students successful job placement upon graduation. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide hands-on instruction in the safe and professional operation of a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations Provide safety oversight throughout all training evaluations in accordance with course curriculum and company safety policy Master training requirements, compliance standards, and company policies to improve the processes and better facilitate training needs as directed by the NADTA Manager Provide management of students in a field training environments Coordinate the use of equipment resources and training range with other NADTA Instructors Ensure all NADTA training skills and criteria are assessed and scores are properly recorded for each individual Observe, mentor and make recommendations respective to individual training and developmental needs Evaluate students individually on their operational skills and assess their progress during each training evaluation according to course curriculum Counsel students as needed regarding skill issues and adherence to DOT and company regulations Train students in areas of weakness through constructive feedback and adult learning processes Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma required 5 years (preferred) of training or teaching experience or combination of driving and training experience Preferred candidates will possess a valid CDL license

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12)
13 days ago
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You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio ...

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CDL Instructor - Guthrie Center
newabout 24 hours ago
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Become a CDL Instructor Today! Take the next step in your career and help prepare the next generation of drivers to succeed on the road! North American Driver Training Academy (NADTA) has an immediate opening for an Instructor to be located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Relocation assistance available. Apply now or email [email protected] for details! Job Summary: The CDL Instructor is responsible for conducting entry-level Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL) road and yard training, to promote students successful job placement upon graduation. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide hands-on instruction in the safe and professional operation of a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations Provide safety oversight throughout all training evaluations in accordance with course curriculum and company safety policy Master training requirements, compliance standards, and company policies to improve the processes and better facilitate training needs as directed by the NADTA Manager Provide management of students in a field training environments Coordinate the use of equipment resources and training range with other NADTA Instructors Ensure all NADTA training skills and criteria are assessed and scores are properly recorded for each individual Observe, mentor and make recommendations respective to individual training and developmental needs Evaluate students individually on their operational skills and assess their progress during each training evaluation according to course curriculum Counsel students as needed regarding skill issues and adherence to DOT and company regulations Train students in areas of weakness through constructive feedback and adult learning processes Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma required 5 years (preferred) of training or teaching experience or combination of driving and training experience Preferred candidates will possess a valid CDL license

Director of Secondary Education
24 days ago
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Master's degree in education with an emphasis in educational leadership, required Additional graduate work related to areas of responsibility, strongly recommended (i.e. evaluation of administrators ...

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CDL Instructor - Doon
newabout 24 hours ago
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Become a CDL Instructor Today! Take the next step in your career and help prepare the next generation of drivers to succeed on the road! North American Driver Training Academy (NADTA) has an immediate opening for an Instructor to be located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Relocation assistance available. Apply now or email [email protected] for details! Job Summary: The CDL Instructor is responsible for conducting entry-level Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL) road and yard training, to promote students successful job placement upon graduation. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide hands-on instruction in the safe and professional operation of a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations Provide safety oversight throughout all training evaluations in accordance with course curriculum and company safety policy Master training requirements, compliance standards, and company policies to improve the processes and better facilitate training needs as directed by the NADTA Manager Provide management of students in a field training environments Coordinate the use of equipment resources and training range with other NADTA Instructors Ensure all NADTA training skills and criteria are assessed and scores are properly recorded for each individual Observe, mentor and make recommendations respective to individual training and developmental needs Evaluate students individually on their operational skills and assess their progress during each training evaluation according to course curriculum Counsel students as needed regarding skill issues and adherence to DOT and company regulations Train students in areas of weakness through constructive feedback and adult learning processes Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma required 5 years (preferred) of training or teaching experience or combination of driving and training experience Preferred candidates will possess a valid CDL license

Live, Travel, & Teach English in China to Young Learners- BA Required
5 days ago
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Career China, a premier global recruitment firm and a business unit of TAL Education Group (NYSE, TAL), makes it easy and simple for international professionals to find a secure and best possible ...

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