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Lead Teacher (LO1)
newabout 6 hours ago
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OverviewThe Lead Teacher is to oversee the general welfare, health and safety of all the children in the classroom.Reports To:? Program Center DirectorHour Requirements:? 35-40 hours per weekResponsibilitiesEssential Classroom Functions include but are not limited to:?StaffArrange for substitute teachers in the event of an absenceAttend monthly staff meetingsAssist in training assistant teachers, as instructed by Program Center DirectorAssist teachers in the classroom whenever necessaryTreat all staff members professionally and fairlyTo professionally discuss the developmental progress of each child with other staff membersTo assist in making ?Sunshine Calls? when neededTo assist in responsibilities of touring potential parent(s) when neededTo assist in responsibilities of orientating new staff members when neededChildrenTo plan, execute and participate in age appropriate activities for the social-emotional, physical, cognitive and nutritional development of childrenProvide children of both sexes the equal opportunities to take part in all activitiesHelp children deal with anger, sadness and frustration by comforting, identifying feelings and helping children us words to solve their problemsMirror the behavior you expect, using manners and positive languageTo provide a sanitary environment ? this includes washing children?s hands (or assisting them) before/after meals and before/after diaper changes and/or toiletingMaintain primary caregiver role for children under the age of threeChecking diapers every hour and changing diapers as neededHolding, rocking, picking-up, carrying and playing with children at their level, which may include sitting/movement on the floorTo maintain simple daily reports and attendance recordsHead count sheets must be completed accurately on a daily basisProvide (Infant & Toddler) parents with daily formsAccreditationTo be aware of what Accreditation is and your role to support the center?s effort on obtaining and maintaining the honorary credentialParentsTo professionally discuss the developmental progress of each childTo prepare for and conduct semi-annual parent-teacher conferencesDiscuss and review Creative Curriculum AssessmentsDiscuss and review child?s progress and areas that may need improvementTo be available for parents? concerns, questions and commentsTo attend activity nights and parent functionsTo assist with parent phone calls when necessary (injuries, sick calls, follow-up calls, Sunshine calls)To know and promote the We Care ProgramGeneral AdministrationDocumentation importance includes using first/last names of all involved, the month, day and year and your full name and signatureTo participate in recommended training programs, courses and other aspects of professional growthTo open and/or close if responsibility is assigned by the Program Center DirectorTo alert the Program Center Director of any concerns that may ariseTo carry out emergency procedures and drillsTo work cooperatively with other staff members and parentsTo assume an equal share of daily housekeeping dutiesThis includes daily cleaning of toys (multiple times throughout day if necessary), sweeping/mopping floors, wiping tables, vacuuming, bathroom duties, cleaning inside/top of cubbies, removal of trash, replacing trash bags, overall classroom cleanlinessTo think quickly and act appropriately in emergency situationsTo functioning under intense time pressurePutting in extra hours if neededIncludes staying later than shift ends for ratio situations, late parent pick-ups and/or emergenciesAdapting to changeUnderstand you will wear many hats throughout the day ? patience, flexibility and understanding is required when working with children and while in the employ of RCCCGeneral Essential Kitchen Functions:Adhere to Federal Food Program (if your center participates) policies and procedures regarding food service, sanitation and record keeping requirements.? This includes but is not limited to taking meal attendance at point of service, making sure minimum serving size requirements of food and milk are served, keeping accurate records and organized filing of such records.Maintain safe and sanitary environment - Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of kitchen and workspace at all timesInventory supplies and submit timely requests for supplies and food within pre-determined budget and timeframe givenUnpack food order, write date received on food items and rotate accordingly ? using oldest date first (canned, frozen, dry, and liquid)Follow menu provided by RCCC ? make appropriate substitutions when necessary, ensure substitutions are nutritiousWash hands before and after restroom use and prior to and after food prepUse fresh bleach solution dailyUse RCCC sanitizing guideline on daily basisAssist in training teachers in cook capacity, as instructed by Program Center DirectorTo be available for parents? concerns, questions and comments related to nutritionIncorporate state health department licensing requirements and state nutritional requirementsRequirementsTo be aware of, implement and adhere to all written policies and philosophies of Rainbow Child Care CentersKnow, understand and implement the Rainbow Child Care Center curriculumMaintain an average of 20 observation notes per child per Audit (5 week period) unless otherwise specified for part-time enrolleesDiscuss and review Assessments with parents at parent teacher conferencesGather daily observation notes, on every child who spends time in your classroomComplete Assessments on each child at the end of the semesterComplete required daily and weekly formsPrepare neat and accurate forms for parents, distributing timelySubmit neat lesson plans within designated timeframeWeight lifting requirements are as follows:6 weeks to 6 months ? up to 20 pounds per child6 months to 12 months ? up to 30 pounds per child12 months to 18 months ? up to 35 pounds per child18 months to 24 months ? up to 40 pounds per child24 months to 36 months ? up to 45 pounds per childBe able to lift up to sixty (60) pounds or empty contents of box and carry safely.To adjust the program to children with special needsTo treat all children of all races, religions, family background and cultures impartially and with respect and considerationTo be certified in CPR and First AidTo maintain state requirements for all new hire criteria including but not limited to TB & physical renewalsby Jobble

Director of Education & Operations
17 days ago
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A Bachelor's degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development and management experience in a licensed childcare center or preschool, or * An Associates degree in ...

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Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Glendale) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, early education, m.div, master of divinity, master of theology, performing arts, public relations, religion, school of humanities, theatreby Jobble

Teacher / Educator / Education Consultant / K-12 Administrator
22 days ago
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Are you someone with a successful K - 12 education background? Have you ever thought of standing in front of educators delivering quality professional development? If so, this may be for you. We are ...

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Entry Level K-12 Teacher - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference (Fishers,IN) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., classics, college of humanities, greek, journalism, literature, music, pedagogy, performing arts, victorian

Middle School Special Education Teacher Bloomington, IN
26 days ago
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I am setting up interviews for a Special Education Teacher position at a school district near Bloomington, IN. The chosen applicant will work with 8 middle school students with Autism Spectrum ...

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Entry Level K-12 Teacher - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference (Roachdale,IN) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., classics, college of humanities, greek, journalism, literature, music, pedagogy, performing arts, victorian

Special Education Teacher (RF: 0773)
11 days ago
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We are seeking a certified Special Education Teacher for a full-time position working with a small class of 7th-12th grade students in the Bloomfield, IN area. Eligible candidates must have valid IN ...

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Entry Level K-12 Teacher - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference (Carmel,ME) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, college of humanities, dance, early education, history, humanities, japanese, music, philosophy, victorian

Director of Day School
about 1 month ago
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The Day School Ministry is dedicated to providing the finest quality Christian care and early childhood education to children ages two through six. JOB POSTING Position Title: Director of Day School ...

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Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Kempton,IN) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, baccalaureus divinitatis, ethics, humanities, liberal arts, literature, photography, school of humanities, theatre, womens studies

Teacher - Teach English in China with Free Flights
18 days ago
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Meet people from all over the world, develop your career abroad in education, and enjoy the experience of a lifetime. Teaching overseas with EF English First: * Teach adults, children or online at ...

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Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Berne,IN) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: early education, ethics, geography, historical, italian, m.div, master of divinity, master of theology, philosophy, school of humanities

Special Education Teacher in Indianapolis
2 months ago
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We are currently seeking outstanding candidates to teach critical-need subjects, including Science, Math, Elementary Education, English, Spanish, Social Studies, English as a Second Language, and ...

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Entry Level K-12 Teacher - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference (Glendale Luke Afb,AZ) - Teach For America
newabout 6 hours ago
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* Final Deadline: 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 background or professional experience whether you re looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation 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 DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, 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 impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation s education system.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 Qualifications Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. Bachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlier Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, art history, baccalaureus divinitatis, coeducational, french, geography, humanities, music, photography, public relations

Career Preperation Instructor
16 days ago
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Department of Labor, Adams and Associates provides free education and training that helps young people earn their high school diploma or GED, learn a career, attend college and provide assistance in ...

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Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Valparaiso) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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, english, greek, historical, humanities, japanese, liberal arts, master of divinity, music, theology

Child Care Center Lead Teacher
about 2 years ago
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Excellent knowledge of child development and up-to-date education methods * Methodical and creative * Patience, flexibility and love for children * Strong communication and time management skills

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Lead Teacher (LO1)
newabout 6 hours ago
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OverviewThe Lead Teacher is to oversee the general welfare, health and safety of all the children in the classroom.Reports To: Program Center DirectorHour Requirements: 35-40 hours per weekResponsibilitiesEssential Classroom Functions include but are not limited to: StaffArrange for substitute teachers in the event of an absenceAttend monthly staff meetingsAssist in training assistant teachers, as instructed by Program Center DirectorAssist teachers in the classroom whenever necessaryTreat all staff members professionally and fairlyTo professionally discuss the developmental progress of each child with other staff membersTo assist in making Sunshine Calls when neededTo assist in responsibilities of touring potential parent(s) when neededTo assist in responsibilities of orientating new staff members when neededChildrenTo plan, execute and participate in age appropriate activities for the social-emotional, physical, cognitive and nutritional development of childrenProvide children of both sexes the equal opportunities to take part in all activitiesHelp children deal with anger, sadness and frustration by comforting, identifying feelings and helping children us words to solve their problemsMirror the behavior you expect, using manners and positive languageTo provide a sanitary environment this includes washing children s hands (or assisting them) before/after meals and before/after diaper changes and/or toiletingMaintain primary caregiver role for children under the age of threeChecking diapers every hour and changing diapers as neededHolding, rocking, picking-up, carrying and playing with children at their level, which may include sitting/movement on the floorTo maintain simple daily reports and attendance recordsHead count sheets must be completed accurately on a daily basisProvide (Infant & Toddler) parents with daily formsAccreditationTo be aware of what Accreditation is and your role to support the center s effort on obtaining and maintaining the honorary credentialParentsTo professionally discuss the developmental progress of each childTo prepare for and conduct semi-annual parent-teacher conferencesDiscuss and review Creative Curriculum AssessmentsDiscuss and review child s progress and areas that may need improvementTo be available for parents concerns, questions and commentsTo attend activity nights and parent functionsTo assist with parent phone calls when necessary (injuries, sick calls, follow-up calls, Sunshine calls)To know and promote the We Care ProgramGeneral AdministrationDocumentation importance includes using first/last names of all involved, the month, day and year and your full name and signatureTo participate in recommended training programs, courses and other aspects of professional growthTo open and/or close if responsibility is assigned by the Program Center DirectorTo alert the Program Center Director of any concerns that may ariseTo carry out emergency procedures and drillsTo work cooperatively with other staff members and parentsTo assume an equal share of daily housekeeping dutiesThis includes daily cleaning of toys (multiple times throughout day if necessary), sweeping/mopping floors, wiping tables, vacuuming, bathroom duties, cleaning inside/top of cubbies, removal of trash, replacing trash bags, overall classroom cleanlinessTo think quickly and act appropriately in emergency situationsTo functioning under intense time pressurePutting in extra hours if neededIncludes staying later than shift ends for ratio situations, late parent pick-ups and/or emergenciesAdapting to changeUnderstand you will wear many hats throughout the day patience, flexibility and understanding is required when working with children and while in the employ of RCCCGeneral Essential Kitchen Functions:Adhere to Federal Food Program (if your center participates) policies and procedures regarding food service, sanitation and record keeping requirements. This includes but is not limited to taking meal attendance at point of service, making sure minimum serving size requirements of food and milk are served, keeping accurate records and organized filing of such records.Maintain safe and sanitary environment - Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of kitchen and workspace at all timesInventory supplies and submit timely requests for supplies and food within pre-determined budget and timeframe givenUnpack food order, write date received on food items and rotate accordingly using oldest date first (canned, frozen, dry, and liquid)Follow menu provided by RCCC make appropriate substitutions when necessary, ensure substitutions are nutritiousWash hands before and after restroom use and prior to and after food prepUse fresh bleach solution dailyUse RCCC sanitizing guideline on daily basisAssist in training teachers in cook capacity, as instructed by Program Center DirectorTo be available for parents concerns, questions and comments related to nutritionIncorporate state health department licensing requirements and state nutritional requirementsRequirementsTo be aware of, implement and adhere to all written policies and philosophies of Rainbow Child Care CentersKnow, understand and implement the Rainbow Child Care Center curriculumMaintain an average of 20 observation notes per child per Audit (5 week period) unless otherwise specified for part-time enrolleesDiscuss and review Assessments with parents at parent teacher conferencesGather daily observation notes, on every child who spends time in your classroomComplete Assessments on each child at the end of the semesterComplete required daily and weekly formsPrepare neat and accurate forms for parents, distributing timelySubmit neat lesson plans within designated timeframeWeight lifting requirements are as follows:6 weeks to 6 months up to 20 pounds per child6 months to 12 months up to 30 pounds per child12 months to 18 months up to 35 pounds per child18 months to 24 months up to 40 pounds per child24 months to 36 months up to 45 pounds per childBe able to lift up to sixty (60) pounds or empty contents of box and carry safely.To adjust the program to children with special needsTo treat all children of all races, religions, family background and cultures impartially and with respect and considerationTo be certified in CPR and First AidTo maintain state requirements for all new hire criteria including but not limited to TB & physical renewals Associated topics: assistant preschool teacher, associate kindergarten teacher, child, child care, daycare teachers, early education, nursery education, pre kindergarten, preschool, toddler

Hammond, IN - Special Education Teacher needed Full Time - K-4th grades
22 days ago
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I am seeking a Special Education Teacher for a position now available near Hammond, IN. This position is Full Time, 37.5 hours per week for the remaining school year. In this position, the Special ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Noblesville)
newabout 6 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: art, art history, geography, history, humanities, language, school of humanities, theatre, womens studies, writing

Pre-Employment Transition Services Specialist
17 days ago
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Public Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG) provides management consulting and technology services to help public sector education, health, human services, and other government clients achieve their ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Mapleton) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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, chinese, classics, esl, ethics, language, master of theology, religion, victorian, writing

Homemaker/Parent-Aid
about 2 years ago
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... education, job opportunities, etc. Skills: · Must be able to work for and with a number of persons · Must be able to work under stressful conditions · Ability to apply sound and mature decisions ...

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Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Spring Hill) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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, french, humanities, m.div, philosophy, public relations, thm, womens studies, writing

Special Education Assistant Teacher
8 months ago
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Parallel Education Divisionis looking for Special Education Assistant Substitute Teachersfor the 2018-2019 school year in the Indianapolis Public School District. Full time and part-time hours, as ...

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Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Dexter) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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, classics, culture, english, french, historical, human geography, music, religion

Special Education Teacher
about 2 months ago
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The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing Special Education Teachers for the 18/19 SY in Mishawaka, IN! JOIN US - AS WE WORK TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE LIVES OF CHILDREN AND COMMUNITIES ...

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Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Dyer) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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, baccalaureus divinitatis, classics, communication, geography, master of divinity, philosophy, theology, writing

Elementary Education Tutor & Special Project Immediate Need
about 1 month ago
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Have ELEMENTARY EDUCATION or SPECIAL EDUCATION instructional experience and want to share that with others who may be struggling or just need some reinforcement or enrichment, then we are looking for ...

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Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Brazil) - Teach For America
newabout 6 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: culture, dance, early education, geography, historical, learning technology, m. div, pedagogy, theatre, writing

Education Technical Hair Color Specialist - Aveda - Indianapolis, IN
11 days ago
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Aveda Job: Education / Training Primary Location: Americas-US-IN-Indianapolis Job Type: Standard Schedule: Full-time Shift: 1st (Day) Shift Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time Job Number: 1815649 ...

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