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K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Bremen
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: english, esl, greek, history, human geography, performing arts, philosophy, phylosophy, theatre, writing

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Trenton
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, college of humanities, literature, m.div, rhetoric, theology, thm, victorian, womens studies, writing

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Frazeysburg
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art history, early education, english, japanese, literature, m. div, master of theology, philosophy, rhetoric, spanish

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Houston
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art, chinese, ethics, humanities, japanese, literature, m.div, photography, theology, womens studies

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Conway
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, college of humanities, historical, journalism, learning technology, music, performing arts, rhetoric, thm

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - High Point
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art history, classics, coeducational, greek, historical, journalism, master of theology, rhetoric, victorian, womens studies

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Hillsboro
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout theircareers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, ethics, french, historical, human geography, japanese, learning technology, literature, master of theology, religion

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Hartford
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art, communication, dance, early education, greek, m. div, m.div, master of theology, music, performing arts

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Marionville
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art history, culture, english, historical, human geography, italian, m.div, religion, theology

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Beaverton
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Cape May
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, dance, ethics, greek, history, humanities, music, pedagogy, photography, phylosophy

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Martinsville
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: english, esl, historical, human geography, italian, journalism, master of theology, pedagogy, philosophy, writing

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Prairie du Sac
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, chinese, ethics, history, italian, language, literature, pedagogy, school of humanities, thm

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Crystal City
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: chinese, classics, coeducational, dance, early education, literature, master of theology, performing arts, photography, rhetoric

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Washington
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, early education, geography, journalism, language, learning technology, philosophy, photography, rhetoric, theology

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Perry
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: classics, coeducational, dance, geography, history, italian, language, school of humanities, victorian, writing

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Ider
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, college of humanities, dance, early education, geography, human geography, japanese, philosophy, theatre, womens studies

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Cheyenne Wells
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: culture, ethics, geography, humanities, japanese, photography, theatre, theology, thm, womens studies

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Lonsdale
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: communication, dance, greek, humanities, photography, phylosophy, school of humanities, theatre, thm, writing

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Greenup
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art, dance, journalism, literature, m. div, m.div, philosophy, religion, spanish, theology

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Kotzebue
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, chinese, french, learning technology, liberal arts, m. div, master of divinity, philosophy, religion, rhetoric

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Ashland
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Avon-by-the-Sea
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: chinese, coeducational, early education, italian, language, liberal arts, master of theology, philosophy, religion, victorian

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Carson
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Jackson
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: communication, dance, english, history, human geography, italian, japanese, literature, music, pedagogy

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Palatine
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submityour completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art history, dance, early education, esl, history, journalism, liberal arts, music, phylosophy

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Bergen
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As a Teach For America corps member, you'llbe 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

College Graduates - Beta Tester - Shreveport
newabout 16 hours ago
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Whether you are new to WayUp or have used it for ages, we’re looking for users to help us beta test a big new product. If you want a leg up on your career search and enjoy playing with new technology, we would love to share something special we've been working on! Please let us know if you're interested and we'll get you into our beta testing group.

College Graduates - Customer Success Manager
newabout 16 hours ago
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Responsibilities Include: - Provide best-in-class support for our growing customer base and foster a delightful experience to all customers - Oversee and provide flawless handling and processing of incoming customer inquiries via social media, e-mail, chat, and other applicable platforms - Use technical prowess to master internal admin systems and troubleshoot bugs - Accurately compile and generate reports as they relate to customer success. - Administer order placements, refunds, updates and exchanges via our eCommerce platform - Collaborate with the team to drive innovation in the customer experience arena - Think creatively about how to make every customer interaction meaningful and productive

Current College Students - Learn More About Working at Target!
newabout 16 hours ago
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Interested in learning more about what it's like to work behind the scenes at everyone's favorite retailer? Submit your info here and be the first to know about Target's internship and entry-level opportunities! By clicking "Apply" you are allowing WayUp to share your profile, contact information, and other relevant information with Target so that they may contact you directly regarding this and other potential employment opportunities.

Current College Students - 2019 Campus Ambassador (Up to $5k/semester)
newabout 16 hours ago
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**Work on your own time, as much as you'd like, whenever you'd like!!** - Connect/network with others on (and off) campus, and refer clubs, Greek life, events, and others to the company for their custom apparel needs - Market Clothes On and communicate to campus groups how we provide the easiest and most personalized ordering process possible! - Guide customers through the order process & help organize and place orders on their behalf - Earn commission on each order you bring in, so the more orders you bring in, the more you make!

Current College Students - Independent Tutor (Make $1000+/Month)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Are you a master expert? Or perhaps a dedicated biology student? An absolute SAT wizard? Whatever your expertise is, there are people all over the world who need your help. Varsity Tutors has students looking for tutors in subjects in subjects ranging from the basics (like English and Social Studies) to the college-level nitty-gritty (like Organic Chemistry and Foreign Languages) to certification exams and standardized tests (Hello, MCATS!). You’ve got the knowledge. Varsity Tutors has the clients. Work with them to cut out the extra baggage of of having to find clients yourself. Here are some of the amazing benefits to becoming a tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform: - Get paid twice weekly for your tutoring sessions - Set your own schedule - Pick the opportunities that YOU want - Tutor in-person, online, or however your schedule permits - Option to tutor ON-DEMAND: No need to schedule a session ahead of time. Just hop on the platform and earn money right away for sessions as short as 15 minutes!

Current College Students - English, Writing, and Reading Tutor (more than $1k+/mo)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Varsity Tutors is looking to contract with tutors to connect with clients across a variety of academic subjects and major test prep through Varsity Tutors’ platform. There are many benefits of tutoring through the Varsity Tutors platform. Tutors can: - Receive earnings twice per week - Set their own schedules - Select opportunities that interest them - Tutor in-person or online, as your schedule permits. - Tutor on-demand (instant tutoring). No need to schedule sessions ahead of time. Simply take on opportunities as they arise. You can earn money for sessions as short as 15 minutes. Potential tutoring subjects include - AP English Language and Composition - AP English Literature and Composition - Adult Literacy - College English - College Level American Literature - Elementary School Reading - Elementary School Writing - English Grammar and Syntax - ESL/ELL - Essay Editing - High School English - High School Level American Literature - High School Writing - IB Extended Essay - Middle School Reading - Middle School Reading Comprehension - Middle School Writing - Phonics - Public Speaking - Spelling Bee - Writing - World Literature - British Literature - Legal Writing - Technical Writing - Creative Writing

Current College Students - Part-Time Dog Walker (up to $1k/mo)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Love dogs? Join the largest network of dog walkers and sitters in the country and make money doing something you love! To get started, sign up and create your profile. Choose dog walking as the service you would like to offer. (You can also choose to offer dog boarding, dog daycare, house sitting or drop-in visits). Once your profile is approved, you'll be connected to dog owners in your area.

College Graduates - Otsuka Ready Now Program
newabout 16 hours ago
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OTSUKA - PEOPLE CREATING NEW PRODUCTS FOR BETTER HEALTH WORLDWIDE We are looking for talented individuals to join our ReadyNow Sales Development Program! If you demonstrate a high tolerance for ambiguity, can work in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment, and have a desire to experience living in different parts of the country, this may be the perfect opportunity for you. HOW IT WORKS In this role, you will be joining a team of new-to-industry professionals and will commit to up to 18 months of travel rotations across the nation. Upon completion of full product training, you will be deployed into field territories on rotation assignments lasting approximately 3-4 months each. After completion of each rotation, your new rotation location will be determined based on business needs. Watch the short video below the requirements section to hear from previous ReadyNow reps about being a part of this innovative program:

Current College Students - Chemistry Tutor (more than $1k+/mo)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Varsity Tutors is looking to contract with tutors to connect with clients across a variety of academic subjects and major test prep through Varsity Tutors’ platform. There are many benefits of tutoring through the Varsity Tutors platform. Tutors can: - Receive earnings twice per week - Set their own schedules - Select opportunities that interest them - Tutor in-person or online, as your schedule permits. - Tutor on-demand (instant tutoring). No need to schedule sessions ahead of time. Simply take on opportunities as they arise. You can earn money for sessions as short as 15 minutes. List of Potential Tutoring Subjects: - AP Chemistry - Biochemistry - College Chemistry - Graduate Level Chemistry - High School Chemistry - IB Chemistry - Organic Chemistry - Physical Chemistry - Inorganic Chemistry - Nuclear Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry

Current College Students - Adobe Student Group Ambassadors - Denver
newabout 16 hours ago
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Program Timeline: Fall ‘18 through Spring ‘19 What We’re Looking For: A dynamic student group on campus with members who are outgoing, have an interest in marketing, Adobe and are able to influence other students. You and your group will focus on creating ways to make Adobe products more approachable on your campus and help expand other student’s creative skill sets. Responsibilities: - Increase students creative abilities and knowledge of Adobe CC on your campus - Become experts in all things Adobe (beyond just how to use Adobe products) - Develop a plan including events, social media and tabling to promote Adobe CC - Develop and host workshops to help other students increase their skill level with Adobe - Partner with professors, other students and organizations to reach as many people as possible

Current College Students - Chemistry Tutor (more than $1k+/mo)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Varsity Tutors is looking to contract with tutors to connect with clients across a variety of academic subjects and major test prep through Varsity Tutors’ platform. There are many benefits of tutoring through the Varsity Tutors platform. Tutors can: - Receive earnings twice per week - Set their own schedules - Select opportunities that interest them - Tutor in-person or online, as your schedule permits. - Tutor on-demand (instant tutoring). No need to schedule sessions ahead of time. Simply take on opportunities as they arise. You can earn money for sessions as short as 15 minutes. List of Potential Tutoring Subjects: - AP Chemistry - Biochemistry - College Chemistry - Graduate Level Chemistry - High School Chemistry - IB Chemistry - Organic Chemistry - Physical Chemistry - Inorganic Chemistry - Nuclear Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry

College Graduates - Member Experience Team Representative - Springfield
newabout 16 hours ago
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As a Member Experience Team Representative at Hero, you will manage Member Experience special projects and customer groups, to ensure success for our customers. You will be the first point of contact for Hero Members, and will be there for users at every step of the way through their journey with Hero. You are someone who is eager to help educate customers and resolve issues. In this role, you’ll work with the CX and Product teams, pairing data and real world feedback, to make sure every interaction a user has with Hero is a rewarding experience. - Oversee customer success for beta groups and special projects - Monitor and report on user analytics and feedback - Execute outbound call campaigns - Provide technical troubleshooting for hardware, software, and web issues - Respond to all customer phone calls, chats, and emails - Report and resolve new and trending issues by working with internal technical teams - Provide ordering and ecom support

Current College Students - 2019 Supply Chain Operations Summer Intern - Irvine
newabout 16 hours ago
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Caring for the world, one person at a time has inspired and united the people of Johnson & Johnson for over 130 years. We embrace research and science -- bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. With $76.5 billion in 2017 sales, Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices markets. There are more than 250 Johnson & Johnson operating companies employing over 125,000 people and with products touching the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world. If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen. Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer. General Overview The J&J Supply Chain is an integrated, global supply chain that serves the needs of the 1 billion people who use J&J products each and every day around the world. We manufacture more than 26 billion product units per year, from raw component sourcing to end product distribution as efficiently and effectively as possible with high quality, compliance and service performance. Our supply chain organization makes up 45% of all J&J employees, and includes 125 internal manufacturing plants, manages 581 external manufacturers, utilizes 459 distribution centers, partners with over 3700 direct suppliers, produces over 300,000 sku’s. Job Description The Intern employee in our Supply Chain at Johnson & Johnson could work in a variety of functional areas and roles across the supply chain organization including but not limited to the following: - Planning Analysts - Manufacturing Engineers - Regulatory Compliance/Quality Engineers - Program Management Office Associates - Associate Engineers - Associate Facilitators - Project Engineers - Operations Associates - Supply Chain Associates These Intern roles could be filled based on individual company and business needs in all 3 of our sectors, and at the corporate / enterprise level at locations across the country including: - Neutrogena - McNeil Consumer Health Care - Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company - Advanced Sterilization Products - DePuy Synthes - Animas - Ethicon - Johnson & Johnson Vision Care - Alza - Janssen Pharmaceuticals - J&J Customer Logistics Services - Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems - Johnson & Johnson Sales and Logistics Company Housing Assistance Based on location of assignment, Johnson & Johnson offers housing assistance to interns who live more than 50 miles from their work-site location. This housing assistance includes options for subsidized rent in a fully-furnished apartment close to the work-site location, or a stipend payment for candidates to use at their discretion. Daily transportation to and from the work-site location is the student’s responsibility, as most locations are not accessible via public transportation and company transportation is not provided.

Current College Students - Computer Programming Tutor (more than $1k+/mo)
newabout 16 hours ago
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Varsity Tutors is looking to contract with tutors to connect with clients across a variety of academic subjects and major test prep through Varsity Tutors’ platform. There are many benefits of tutoring through the Varsity Tutors platform. Tutors can: - Receive earnings twice per week - Set their own schedules - Select opportunities that interest them - Tutor in-person or online, as your schedule permits. - Tutor on-demand (instant tutoring). No need to schedule sessions ahead of time. Simply take on opportunities as they arise. You can earn money for sessions as short as 15 minutes. List of Potential Tutoring Subjects: - AP Computer Science A - AP Computer Science Principles - BASIC - Basic Computer Literacy - C - C# - C++ - College Computer Science - Computer Architecture - Computer Science - Computer Theory - Concurrency - Cryptography - CSS - Datamining - Distributed Computing - High School Computer Science - HTML - Hyper-V - IB Computer Science - IB Design Technology - IB Information Technology in a Global Society - Java - JavaScript - Linux - Mac Basic Computer Skills - Mathematica - MATLAB - Microsoft Excel - Microsoft Office - Parallel Computing - Pascal - PC Basic Computer Skills - Perl - Photoshop - PHP - Programming VB.NET - Project Management/PMP - Python - Quantum Computing - Relational Databases - Robotics - Ruby - Ruby on Rails - Social Networking - SQL - Visual Basic

RN-Cardiac Cath Lab
newabout 16 hours ago
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Here, you matter North Kansas City Hospital celebrates and empowers employees. Here, you matter and you re respected and acknowledged on an ongoing basis. You ll have numerous opportunities to challenge and improve upon your professional skills. You ll also get a competitive compensation package, generous benefits like education assistance and a collaborative work environment. No matter what your role is here, you are vital to our success. From day one, we encourage you to build great working relationships and use provided resources to strengthen your professional goals. Engaged and challenged The experienced Cath Lab staff consistently performs with excellence, helping North Kansas City Hospital rank as one of the Top 3 hospitals in the entire metropolitan area for the number of cardiac procedures performed. We are the only hospital in the Northland to offer on-site, full-service and emergency cardiac care. Our team's skill and speed can prevent or significantly reduce heart damage and minimize your risk and stress level. Our team is equally proficient in performing a host of non-emergency procedures to diagnose or restore heart function.A day in the life -Caring for cardiac population as well as other critically ill patients in collaboration with Surgeons, Cardiologist, NP s, RT s and many more disciplines.-Monitoring interventions and therapies including Swan Ganz catheters, intra aortic balloon pumps, Impellas and more.-Administering intravenous therapies including vasopressors, sedatives, anti-arrhythmic, electrolytes, blood products, etc.-Uses assessment information and critical thinking skills to collaboratively develop individualized plan of care.-Demonstrates the ability to set priorities and to coordinate and organize patient care delivery through effectively managing time, supplies, and resources.What we need (requirements) -Registered Nurse (RN) State of Missouri.-Associates-Nursing-Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) from AHA.-Two years Telemetry; ER or Critical Care Experience. What we ask for (preference) -Bachelors-Nursing (BSN)How to Apply?-Text NKCHNURSES to 816-###-####-Send resume to [email protected] Apply Associated topics: asn, cardiothoracic, care unit, ccu, domiciliary, hospice, intensive care, intensive care unit, recovery, surgery

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Batavia
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, coeducational, culture, geography, greek, history, language, religion, theatre, thm

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Lebanon
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art, college of humanities, english, human geography, humanities, learning technology, master of divinity, performing arts, theatre

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Germantown
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 countryno matter what. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: coeducational, early education, english, humanities, journalism, literature, pedagogy, philosophy, photography, phylosophy

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - San Luis Obispo
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 Are Joining 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 Do We 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, history, language arts, english, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, social studies, art, 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. Where You Will Teach Teach 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 Requirements* 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, b.d., college of humanities, english, esl, historical, m. div, public relations, religion, thm

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Leon
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Des Plaines
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description Looking for a rewarding job opportunity with meaning and purpose? Make 2019 a year of positive change. Apply to Teach For America and help shape the future of our country. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career changewe believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education. Who You Are Joining 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 Do As 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'll 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 sectorslegal, non-profit, finance, government, techwhile continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, and countless other professions, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system. Where You Will Teach Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them\"regions,\"and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New York City 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19 Associated topics: art history, dance, early education, history, humanities, japanese, language, master of theology, performing arts, womens studies

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Winter Park
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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. Whilemany alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Heavener
newabout 16 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019. Who We Are Teach 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 experiencewhether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career changewe 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 Are Joining 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 Do As 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 sectorslaw, non-profit, finance, government, and morewhile 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 Teach Teach 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 Deadline Please submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

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