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Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Stevenson
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Walden
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

EatStreet Delivery Driver - Apply Here in Minutes - Wrightst - Wrightstown
newabout 11 hours ago
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There's hungry, and there's happy. Employer was born to be the world's smartest shortcut between the two. We don't make the hoagies, hot wings, or egg rolls, because cooking is best left to cooks. What Employer does is make ordering-out as second nature as humanly possible. We combat complicated to hook you up with the food delivery and takeout options you crave, whenever you need it most.Employer connects restaurants and diners with an online food court. We're currently seeking delivery drivers to help deliver food for our restaurant partners in Green Bay, WI. Driver positions offer part-time, flexible hours, and a casual and fun environment. No experience necessary!Top performing drivers earn more than $12/hr on average. Beyond hourly earnings, employee drivers have an opportunity to earn additional commission through coupon and referral programs. All drivers are W2 employees, not contractors. This position starts soon in Green Bay, WI so apply now!No resume or cover letter needed!Responsibilities: Safely and efficiently pick up orders from our restaurant partners and deliver them to customers across the city Provide top-notch customer service to both our customers and restaurant partners Enter requested receipt and tip information into the app before the end of your shift Raise brand awareness around town by displaying Employer’s car toppers, magnets, and by wearing provided Employer gear on each shift Obey all traffic laws and parking regulations Partner with our dispatch team to ensure that our customers are receiving the best service possibleRequirements: Reliable vehicle Clean driving record Valid license and insurance Ability to work nights and weekends Ability to work well independently, have a great attitude and be willing to learnPerks: Flexible schedule Earn up to $14 per hour based on deliveries W2 Employee - allows us to train you to do your job well and prevents you from owing quarterly contractor tax bills Support from the dispatch team Career advancement opportunities Employer is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Employer is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to [email protected] and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.Employer participates in E-Verify. For more information, please see the E-Verify Participation Poster and Right to Work Poster at the hiring location.

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Richmond
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Collegeville
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Kansas
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Export
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth.As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps. While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum Qualifications* Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher.* Bachelor's degree by June 2019 or earlier* Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

CDL-A Company Driver - Home Daily - Camp Grove
newabout 11 hours ago
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CDL-A DOCK POSITIONDock – Ottawa, IL$18 PER HOUR + $1 Shift PayBecome Maverick Made as a CDL-A Dock Worker!There is a long list of advantages for Class A CDL Dock workers at Employer – get excellent benefits, great pay, and an industry-leading training program!Benefits: Shift Available: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. $18.00/hour Monday-Friday, 2:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. $18.00/hour + $1 shift Pay Paid Orientation & Training! Overtime available if needed Spot trailers in dock doors Load, secure, & tarp glass loads on flatbed & drop deck trailersRequirements: Minimum 18 years old Class A CDL required Must live within 50-mile radius of Ottawa, IL No experience needed, students welcome to apply!Are You Ready to Become Maverick Made?Since 1980 we've become an industry leader, building our reputation on safety, technology, innovation, and a progressive mentality of doing things The Maverick Way. Today, almost 2,000 employees back every load we haul. We operate approximately 1,700 units coast-to-coast, in Canada and to Mexico providing customized logistics solutions to some of the nation's finest corporations.Maverick currently offers Class A CDL job opportunities in multiple divisions: Flatbed Temperature Control GlassAbout Employer, LLCProfessional drivers looking for a more rewarding career can find everything they need at Maverick, including frequent home time, top-of-the-line equipment and the most impressive pay package available. Driving school graduates with Class A CDL certification are offered state of the art hands-on training, full tuition reimbursement and more.Based out of Little Rock, Arkansas, this privately held company boasts one of the nation's largest open equipment fleets and continually ranks as one of the best carriers to drive for in the industry, hands down.

Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teaching Position Available To Recent Grads - Earn Up To 58K!
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Dry Bulk CDL-A Company Truck Driver
newabout 11 hours ago
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CDL-A DRY BULK TRUCK DRIVER JOBSTrade up to daily home time and more!Florida Rock & Tank Lines, a leading Southeast Petroleum, chemical, and dry bulk carrier, is seeking CDL-A Tanker Truck Drivers who are ready to trade UP to a more fulfilling career. Join us and primarily haul Portland cement, a key ingredient for ready-mix concrete. CDL-A dry bulk truck drivers load the cement from manufacturers and deliver to concrete plants within a 150-mile radius. The concrete is used in residential, commercial, and infrastructure construction. You will also be responsible for the transport of other dry bulk pneumatic products, such as lime, animal feeds, and sand blasting materials. These positions are typically local jobs with a small percentage of regional runs out to 750 miles.CDL-A Dry Bulk Truck Drivers Enjoy:Guaranteed PayDaily home timeFULL benefits (health, dental, vision, life, STD, AD&D, business travel & more)Local customersWeekend pay incentive & night differential401(k) with 50% company matchPaid time off & holidaysSeniority pay raiseAnnual safety awardsQuarterly & annual safety bonuses equaling 6% of line haul payPaid dry bulk training, for experienced CDL-A truck drivers!Driver Requirements:Must be at least 23 years of ageMust have Class A CDLMinimum of 1 years of verifiable tractor-trailer experience within the past 3 years.Trade UP to Florida Rock & Tank - apply today!

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Martinsburg
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

CDL A Experienced Regional Tanker Drivers - McKees Rocks
newabout 11 hours ago
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Hiring Tanker DriversRegional Drivers NeededTruck Driver Benefits:* Industry Leading Pay and Benefits* Home Most Weekends (Schedule varies drivers will need to be flexible)* Paid Orientation and Training* Consistent year-round work no down periods* Clean Work* $6500 Retention Bonus* Quarterly Safety Bonus* Health, Dental, Vision Insurance* 401(k) with company matching* Life Insurance & Short Term DisabilityTruck Driver Requirements:* Valid Class A CDL* Minimum of 2 years Class A CDL Tractor Trailer driving experience* Hazmat & Tanker Endorsements Required* History of a safe driving record* Must be able to pass pre-employment DOT Road Test* Must be able to pass pre-employment DOT Drug Test & DOT Physical

Teaching Position Available To Recent Grads - Earn Up To 58K!
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Class A CDL Regional Refrigerated Company Truck Driver
newabout 11 hours ago
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CDL-A REGIONAL REFRIGERATED TRUCK DRIVER JOBSThrive With Top Pay & Weekly Home TimeExperienced refrigerated regional CDL-A drivers who live in our Primary Commercial Zone receive an additional 2 cents per mile on their base rate, and 2 cents per mile transition pay for their first year. You can also add up to $10k to your yearly income by serving as a Driver Trainer, or by referring other drivers - that's on top of top starting rates and weekly home time!Wisconsin-based Dairyland Fleet: Stay close to home when you apply for CDL-A Refrigerated Regional Truck Driver Jobs in the Roehl Dairyland Fleet!Haul temperature-controlled freight across Wisconsin & into neighboring statesGet home weekly!$1,100+ a weekPay Accelerators - earn up to 8 cents MORE per mile for your experience.Regional Midwest Fleet: Earn top pay and weekly home time when you apply for CDL-A Refrigerated Regional Truck Driver Jobs in the Roehl Midwest Fleet!Haul cheese & other food or temperature-controlled productsConsistent freightWeekly home time$1,100+ a weekPay Accelerators - earn up to 8 cents MORE per mile for your experience.CDL-A Refrigerated Regional Truck Driver Jobs Offer:Pay Accelerators - earn up to 8 cents MORE per mile for your experience.Brand-new, modern equipmentTop pay & home timeComprehensive benefits packageHealth, dental, vision, & life insuranceYour Choice Pay PlanPaid vacationReferral bonusesRetire in style with a 401k plan & profit sharingBring a friend! - passenger (rider) policyPet friendlyOur smartphone app helps you do your job more efficiently24/7 maintenance supportCareer path opportunities

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - Minooka
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease 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 - Roundup
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Cleona
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Sanborn
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth.As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps. While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum Qualifications* Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher.* Bachelor's degree by June 2019 or earlier* Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Part-time Shopper
newabout 11 hours ago
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Every few years, a company emerges and transforms an industry. Instacart been leading the evolution of a $800B retail market, and redefining how people shop for groceries. In a few short years we've launched same-day delivery in over 200 major North American markets, provided flexible work to tens of thousands of Personal Shoppers on our platform, and have helped sell and deliver more than $1B in grocery products. As an In-Store Shopper, you get to make someone?s day each time you shop! Instacart Shoppers help their customers and community by giving back valuable time and enabling easy access to their favorite grocery stores. What you?ll do Shop for groceries using Instacart?s proprietary Shopper App Become an expert in your store and its products Ensure each customer gets all their items, or a great replacement, in perfect condition every time Communicate with the customer to ensure they understand any changes Work with our fun, friendly team to pick, pack, and stage orders as efficiently as possible What you get Multiple scheduling options that work with your life Be part of a diverse and dynamic team at one of the fastest-growing startups in the world A first step toward becoming a supervisor, manager, and beyond ? over 10% of Instacart?s corporate employees are former Shoppers Our values As a team member at Instacart, you?ll be expected to live our values every day. Solve for the customer ? Do whatever it takes to ensure each customer has a great experience with Instacart This is your baby ? Take ownership of every order by picking fresh, high-quality items and packing them with care Every minute counts ? Shop every order as efficiently as possible, and use your down time to help others Go far together ? Support your teammates in doing their best work Of course, but maybe ? Help us improve a little bit every day, and be open to change. We?re a startup! Basic Requirements 18+ years old Eligible to work in the US Able to safely lift and carry 30 pounds without assistance Consistent access to a recent smartphone (iPhone 4S or above or Android 4.0+) Available to work Sundays and/or Mondays Available to work at least 16 hours each week No car required! This is great role if you have previous experience in the grocery industry (such as a personal shopper, cashier, stocker, customer service representative, produce buyer), or if you just think shopping is fun. And we welcome candidates who may also be working with companies like like Lyft, Uber Eats, or Postmates. Instacart is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants without regard to gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, veteran or disability status. For all individuals applying to work in SF, we will consider qualified applicants in a manner consistent with the requirements of the SF Fair Chance Ordinance. Apply in under 5 minutes! Attend an in-person session and start work in as little as one week!

K-12 Teacher (Entry Level) - A New Year, a New Chance to Make a Difference - New Hope
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease 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 - Bristol
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teaching Position Available To Recent Grads - Earn Up To 58K!
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Sacramento
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teaching Position Available To Recent Grads - Earn Up To 58K!
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Port Gibson
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Gambell
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - New Straitsville
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease 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 - Allentown
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Local Truck Driver, CDL-A Home Daily
newabout 11 hours ago
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CDL-A Truck Drivers - Earn More with Guaranteed Pay Scales!We believe "An Excellent Work Ethic Deserves Excellent Pay!"Atlanta drivers, when you join Florida Rock & Tank as our newest CDL-A professional, you can take advantage of exclusive guaranteed pay scales, earning up to $1,450 in weekly pay!Florida Rock & Tank, a Southeastern leader in petroleum, chemical, and dry bulk freight, is looking to expand the Atlanta area - if you're a CDL-A professional who's interested in guaranteed pay, daily home time, and high-demand freight, it's your time to TRADE UP to Florida Rock & Tank.Guaranteed Driver Pay: TIER 1 - 55+ hours worked: $1,000 guaranteed weekly minimum (if work is not available, then to earn this level of guarantee driver must be available to work 5 full shifts and a minimum of 55 hours) TIER 2 - 60+ hours worked with a weekend shift included: $1,300 guaranteed weekly minimum TIER 3 - 65+ hours worked with a weekend shift included: $1,450 guaranteed weekly minimum CDL-A Company Truck Driver Benefits: Guaranteed pay Daily home time FULL benefits (health, dental, vision, life, STD, AD&D, business travel & more) Local customers Weekend & night incentive pay 401(k) with 50% company match Paid Time Off & holidays Seniority pay raise Quarterly & annual safety bonuses equaling 6% of line haul pay Annual safety awards HazMat security fee reimbursement Hazmat not required if obtained during trainingDriver Qualifications: You must be at least 23 years of age You must have a Class A CDL with the ability to obtain Tanker (N) and Hazmat (H) or a combination (X) endorsement You must have a minimum of 1 years of verifiable tractor-trailer experience You must have no more than 2 moving violations or 2 at-fault accidents within the past 3 years. No more than a combination of 1 moving violation and 1 at-fault accident within the past 3 years. You cannot have any suspensions of your license for more than 30 days within the last 3 years You must be proficient enough in English to understand highway traffic signs and signals, respond to official inquiries, make entries on reports and records, and converse with the public. No DUI, OWI, or DWI within the past 10 years You must never have tested positive for drugs or alcohol while working for a previous employer or lease carrier You must have no record of refusal to take a drug or alcohol testAre you ready to TRADE UP to guaranteed pay? Apply for CDL-A Truck Driver Job opportunities with FR&T today!

K-12 Teacher, Open to All Career Backgrounds and Experience Levels - Mount Gilead
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job Description* Upcoming Deadline: Friday, February 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or a professional considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities across the nation receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth.As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps. While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help impact and advance educational equity throughout their careers. We need educators, engineers, policy advocates, military veterans, attorneys, marketers, developers, social workers, all equally working together as a coalition to bring about systemic change in our nation's education system.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum Qualifications* Strong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher.* Bachelor's degree by June 2019 or earlier* Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status.Upcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Manager of Engineering
newabout 11 hours ago
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We are seeking a proven problem-solver with an impressive track record of leading commercial SaaS development. You will collaborate with cross-functional executives to understand the product road map and guide architectural adjustments accordingly. You will collaborate with product management and other stakeholders to develop functional requirements for new enhancements and strategic improvements to the system. You will design and communicate the envisioned user experience (UX) for proposed changes sufficiently for non-technical stakeholders to provide early feedback. You will work with product management and your engineering leaders to lay out reasonable release schedules, then manage your resources to meet those agreed-upon deadlines. You will review designs to ensure that all implementation efforts fulfill the envisioned UX in a performant, compliant, high quality manner. You will support the Customer Success team in ensuring successful implementation and delivery to new clients. You will make regular decisions regarding competing priorities, from development of new features to fixing bugs to supporting integration projects, and guide your engineering leaders in the most effective deployment of our incredibly talented engineers. In short, you must be able to share and contribute to the product vision, lead the organization that brings that vision to life, and support all aspects of the company and our clients in realizing the value and potential of our SaaS solution. The ideal candidate understands system architecture but also business needs and context; relishes solving problems through teamwork; has superior communication and interpersonal skills; can lead and work with diverse, globally distributed teams; has strong organizational abilities and attention to detail; and excels at managing competing priorities. Due to the critical importance of accounting as a core feature of our deliverables, you must have a solid background in accounting, either educational at least a four-year degree in accounting or a related field or at least four years of related work experience developing accounting software. Please do not apply for this position if you do not have the necessary background in accounting, as you will not have the necessary frame of reference to understand our clients primary needs and demands or how architectural and UX decisions affect those requirements. Your technical skills and professional experience should include at least ten years experience with each of the following: Software development; familiarity with three-tier and web application architectures is a must Software architecture and design; you should have led the design for at least two major projects, including at least one accounting-related system SaaS development; familiarity with AWS is a plus Management; you must have experience managing teams of both onshore and offshore engineers

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Teacher - Start Making a Difference Today! - Apply by March 1st
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teaching Position Available To Recent Grads - Earn Up To 58K!
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Broadalbin
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Beautician
newabout 11 hours ago
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WHO WE ARE Glamsquad-Beauty Pro, client and corporate team-is a community of beauty enthusiasts. We deliver on-demand beauty services to clients, empowering them to experience beauty on their own terms. Guided by collaboration, we provide customers with truly personalized experiences, in the comfort of their own homes. That's where you come in. You are the beauty authority, and you have the power to connect with your clients, to guide them and make them feel beautiful-because at Glamsquad, we believe that when you feel amazing, you make amazing things happen. WHAT YOU'LL DO As a Glamsquad Beauty Pro you will rely on your expertise as a hair stylist to give your clients a customized in-home experience, and deliver impeccable hair styling services such as blowouts, updos or braids. Through our proprietary Pro App you will be able to set a schedule, receive clients, and even manage your payments. WHY GLAMSQUAD? MAKE MONEY: Earn a competitive commission and guaranteed tip on every service-and watch that money flow directly into your bank account each week. OWN IT: Your schedule is in your hands, with our easy-to-use Beauty Professional app-be your own boss! PRO PERKS: Gain access to coveted brands and Glamsquad Pro-only discounts to offer your clients top-notch services. BOOST YOUR BUSINESS: Attend exclusive master classes and Pro Sessions to hone your techniques, and join in on our Pro Seminar Series for advice on taxes, social media, and more! GET CONNECTED: Become a part of a community of talented, passionate fellow Beauty Pros. JOIN US! Glamsquad Beauty Pros are hand-picked and the best in the business. Think you've got what it takes to join the Squad? We want to hear from you if you... Are friendly, reliable and passionate about your work Have worked as a professional in your field for 2 or more years Possess a current cosmetology license or nail specialty license if you are a hair stylist or nail pro WHAT TO EXPECT Sign up below and then tell us a little about you. Next, depending on your location, you'll either be asked to come in for an in-person audition or to upload a video submission. You'll also get access to online content and have the opportunity to attend an in-person Pro Session with our Glamsquad expert team. We want you to be informed, inspired, and excited before we make you Squad-official!

Company Drivers - Out and Back Freight - Zanesville
newabout 11 hours ago
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CLASS A CDL TRUCK DRIVERMorristown Express hauls food grade liquids. (Soybean oil, corn syrup and chocolates) and has openings for Class A drivers to run a mix of regional and local freight.Morristown is a 35 truck fleet that runs a dedicated local and regional operation with occasional long haul opportunities for its professional drivers.Drivers for Morristown Express can expect:* An average income of between $52,000 to $57,000 / year* Top drivers can earn over $65,000* $1,100 / week minimum "Guaranteed Transition Pay" for 8 weeks starting 2nd week* New drivers earn a $500 Bonus after 12th week of employment* Off 2 weekends a month* Limited number of over overnight trips* Assigned equipment* Paid orientation and tank training* Full benefits package: Mmedical, Dental, Vision & 401(k)General Driver Qualifications:* Class A CDL with at least 12 months tractor trailer experience preferred* Tanker endorsement (not needed to apply)* The ability to pass DOT physical and drug screenTo apply please click "APPLY NOW", or call 855.525.2855

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - Apply by March 1st - Star City
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease 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 - Ithaca
newabout 11 hours ago
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Cedarville
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

CDL-A Truck Driver, New Regional Pay Scale - Decatur
newabout 11 hours ago
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CDL-A Southeast Regional truck driver's Earn up to 50 CPM & enjoy up to $5K in sign-on bonuses!Now, as you drive more you can earn more with rates as high as $.50 CPM when you join us in our Southeast division! We are accelerating driver pay with this weekly productivity pay as part of our renewed commitment to drivers and their continued success.Ask us about our new Southeast Regional pay packages.As a part of our renewed commitment to drivers and their continued success, we are accelerating truck driver pay with weekly productivity pay. Now, as you drive more you can earn more with rates as high as 50 CPM when you join us in our Southeast division!Begin here. Grow here. From training to retirement, USA Truck provides a clear, career-focused path that leads you towards the life you've imagined.CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Jobs Offer:Certified Top Pay CarrierUp to $5K in sign-on bonuses20 year Regional Pay schedule with annual increasesLoyalty Bonuses that reward driver tenure$0.01 CPM Monthly Fuel/Idle BonusChoose the run that works for you:Home weekly for a 34-hour reset10-14 days with 1 day off for every 7 days outAverage 2,100 - 2,700 miles/weekRider policyPet friendlyMedical, dental, vision, & life insurancePaid time off that increases with experience401(K) plus matchEmployee Stock Ownership PlanRefer more. Earn more!Earn QUADRUPLE the bonus bucks for every eligible driver you refer that is hired. Bonus payouts are made in the following installments after the referral completes orientation (as long as both parties are still active with USA Truck.)$1,000 paid at 1 week$500 paid at 30 days$1,000 paid at 60 days$500 paid at 90 days$1,000 paid after 6 monthsNow that we've boosted the referral bonus from $1,000 to a whopping $4,000,IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO SPREAD THE WORD. Contact recruiting for details.CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Job Requirements:Must be at least 21 years of ageNo more than 3 moving violations in last 36 monthsNo more than 3 collisions, incidents, or accidents in last 36 monthsNo DUI, DWI, or moving violations involving drugs or alcohol in the last 36 monthsStable work historyValid CDL-A and Medical CardThis is the new USA Truck - apply for CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Job opportunities today

CDL A Regional Owner Operator - Frederick
newabout 11 hours ago
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Let’s face it, you're not getting the miles you need, or the appreciation you deserve. Employer wants to change that! We have the miles, GREAT pay, and work life balance. Come join our fleet of Dry Van drivers, who are recognized and appreciated for all the work that they do!Owner Operator Benefits:Average Weekly Settlements: $3,500 - $4,200100% Fuel Surcharge70% of Linehaul Stop PayDetention PayLayover PayToll ReimbursementAre you fresh out of CDL school or have a few months of driving under your belt? We are looking for you to join our NEW Driver Trainee program!

Pre-K-12 Teacher, Entry Level, Apply By March 1st - Berea
newabout 11 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic `background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, 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 sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation's students.Minimum 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

Teacher - Serve Your Community & Change Lives - Apply by March 1st - Morgan
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Job Description* Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, February 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You'll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become "corps members." As a corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors-law, non-profit, finance, government, and more-while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country-no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from 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 statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease 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
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Job DescriptionLooking 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 AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your background or professional experience-whether you're looking for a new job opportunity or considering a career change-we believe that your unique experience and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in low-income communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:* You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background* You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations* You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement* You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring changeWhat You'll DoAs a Teach For America corps member, you'll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You'll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students' academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you'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 sectors-legal, non-profit, finance, government, tech-while 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 TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them "regions," and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New 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 DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 2/1/19

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