Category: Non-Profit
Teaching Assistant and Master Teaching Positions, Achieve, Boston, MA
| December 15, 2015 | 9:25 am | Non-Profit, Teaching | Comments closed

Achieve is a tuition-free academic and social enrichment program that serves low income students from Boston public schools.  They are accepting applications for Teaching Assistants and Master Teachers for next summer’s six week program.

Achieve MT job description summer 2016

2016 Achieve TA job description Final

Volunteer Opportunities, WGBH’s High School Quiz Show, Boston, MA
| October 15, 2015 | 12:17 pm | Non-Profit | Comments closed

This just in…

WGBH is hosting its annual High School Quiz Show Super Sunday testing day on November 15 and we need your help spreading the word about this volunteer opportunity to your students and faculty at Tufts University.

We’re looking for 80 volunteers to help moderate and score the quiz. This is the perfect opportunity for faculty and aspiring educators from around the Commonwealth to join together for the sake of learning. Plus, students can fulfill volunteer service requirements in an area they enjoy.

You can download the High School Quiz Show volunteer flyer to share with your students and faculty via email and/or bulletin board postings.


Tutors, Castle Square Community Center, Boston, MA
| August 25, 2015 | 12:39 pm | Non-Profit, Teaching | Comments closed

Recent Art Education MAT alumna Madeline Muhlberg, Teen Project Coordinator at Castle Square Community Center, recently wrote in about the following opportunity:

“We are looking for a few volunteer tutors to assist with homework help for 10 teens over a 12 week period. The program runs from September 28th- December 18th and is focused on providing academic help while fostering career-based skills. I am hoping to find tutors that could assist students on Tuesday & Thursday between the hours of 4-6 PM. I have attached a job description as well.”


Summer Activities Staff, New Hampton School, Hew Hampton, NH
| March 30, 2015 | 12:01 pm | Non-Profit, Teaching | Comments closed
This just in…
Dear Education Majors/Minors,

Do you enjoy working with kids, hiking and swimming in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, and getting excellent experience working in an educational setting?? 
Then a position at the New Hampton School in New Hampton, NH is the job for you! The Accelerated English Language Program needs motivated and energetic college students to join their Activities Staff from late June through the first week of August. You would be leading a great group of international high schoolers in their afternoon and weekend activities that provide immersion into the English language and American culture.
This job provides fantastic insight into boarding school life and ESL education.
Please e-mail me at if you have any interest at all!!
Thank you,
Caitlin Sperzel
Site Manager, Jumpstart, UMass Lowell, Lowell, MA
| March 23, 2015 | 9:33 am | Non-Profit | Comments closed

Description here.

Site Manager at Roxbury/Bunker Hill Community Colleges, Jumpstart, Boston, MA
| March 12, 2015 | 9:52 am | Non-Profit | Comments closed

Immediate opening. Read up on this position here.

Various Positions, African Leadership Academy, Honeydew, South Africa
| March 5, 2015 | 11:55 am | Non-Profit, Sch. Admin., Teaching | Comments closed

Job postings

Ikenna Acholonu (MA Ed Studies ’13) works for the organization. If you are interested, ask me (Ryan Redmond, for Ikenna’s contact info. More on Ikenna’s work here.



Garden Coordinator, City Sprouts, Boston Area
| January 20, 2015 | 12:22 pm | Non-Profit, Teaching | Comments closed

Garden Coordinator position
Seasonal: April 1 – Nov. 30
40 hrs/week
Start Date: Spring 2015
Compensation: commensurate with experience

CitySprouts is a nonprofit school garden organization that partners with
public schools in Boston and Cambridge to integrate academic and environmental education in the schools and neighborhood. CitySprouts provides its partner schools with on-site gardens that function as outdoor classrooms; on-going maintenance and development of these outdoor classroom gardens; support to teachers in integrating their classroom curricula outside to the school garden; and in Cambridge, a summer internship program for youth ages 11-13.

The Garden Coordinator is a seasonal position, spring through fall. The Garden Coordinator maintains the physical space, supports teachers’ use of the garden for teaching during the school year, and is a lead teacher in the 8-week summer youth internship program. The garden coordinator reports to the Program Director.

Job Responsibilities
1) Encourage & support teachers’ use of the CitySprouts garden for instruction
– serve as the garden “expert” to the school community
– coordinate use of the growing space for teachers, school staff and
community partners, ensuring that children at all grade levels have access to garden experience
– provide technical support to teachers as they develop garden-based
extensions to classroom lessons and units
– document teachers’ garden use at each school

2) Maintain schools’ outdoor classroom gardens as an educational resource for teachers and the school community
– maintain an attractive & functional garden space with a variety of
edible crops, flowers, native species, and specialty plants throughout the
growing season, using best practices in organic gardening
– ensure that teachers and other community members have access to the
school garden resources

3) Lead teams of middle school youth in CitySprouts summer program
– teach gardening and cooking skills and environmental science to
school-based teams of youth in 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades
– mentor a college student intern in CitySprouts summer program, helping
him or her develop garden educator and leadership skills

The Garden Coordinator is responsible for four school partners, allocating
approximately 8 hours/week to each school with additional time each week for team projects.

● Experience in a public school setting, preferably outdoor education
● Experience working with middle school-aged youth
● Experience managing a food-producing garden
● Experience managing staff or mentoring interns and volunteers
● Working knowledge of organic gardening practices
● Strong communication and organizational skills
● Ability to do physical work outside
● Access to a car or truck for occasional use

FoodCorps is Hiring!
| January 12, 2015 | 3:56 pm | Non-Profit, Teaching | Comments closed

Read all about it here.

Boston Director, Education Pioneers, Boston, MA
| October 27, 2014 | 11:18 am | Non-Profit | Comments closed


Education Pioneers seeks a leader with strong presence and a passion for education reform to serve as the “face” of Education Pioneers in Boston’s dynamic education sector. The ideal candidate is someone who has experience with and a natural excitement in scaling programs, as well as someone who can function as a “jack-of-all trades” while leading our growth efforts in the Greater Boston area.

Education Pioneers aims to transform education into the best led and managed sector in the U.S. so that all children receive a high-quality education. To fuel this vision, Education Pioneers plans to recruit 10,000 leaders, managers, and analysts by 2023, and connect the leaders in our network with high-impact leadership roles in key organizations across the education sector.
Education Pioneers provides a high-quality pipeline of talent through their suite of Fellowship programs and Alumni services to support our Partners in meeting their short-term and longterm talent needs. Education Pioneers plays a unique role in providing Partners with the leaders, managers, and analysts who have the skills and experience they need but often do not have the capacity to recruit, train, and develop on their own.

The position is located in Boston and the full job description can be viewed here: