Category: Teaching
Time Management and Study Strategy Consultant, Tufts University
| April 26, 2017 | 12:33 pm | Higher Ed., Teaching | Comments closed

The Academic Resource Center is seeking graduate students from various departments to work as Time Management and Study Strategies Consultants on the Medford campus or on the Boston SMFA campus. TM&SS Consultants meet one-on-one with Tufts undergraduate and graduate students on their academic skills, their planning skills and their life balance. This includes working on calendaring, backwards planning, goal setting, prioritization, procrastination strategies, reading, note taking, test strategies, and relaxation skills. Consultants do not tutor students in specific topics; instead, we help them with general academic skills and building new habits.

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Sitter Job, Medford, MA
| April 20, 2017 | 11:50 am | Teaching | Comments closed

Tufts professor looking for a sitter to come three afternoons a week (preferably Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday) to watch one to three children after school, approximately 2:45-6pm and until 8pm on Thursdays.  The children are 8, 9, and 12, and the home is walking distance to the Tufts University campus in Medford.  One child has mild special needs, and the sitter will be paid as a personal care attendant (PCA) through MassHealth plus additional cash that comes to $16-18/hour depending on level of experience.  Contact for more details.

Mary E Davis, Associate Professor and Chair Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts University
Tel: (617) 627-3394 | Fax (617) 627-3377

Internships, Camp Akeela, Wisconsin and Vermont
| April 14, 2017 | 12:34 pm | Teaching | Comments closed

Camp Akeela Internships Flyer

Writing and Public Speaking Consultant Positions, ARC, Tufts University
| April 11, 2017 | 10:41 am | Higher Ed., Teaching | Comments closed


The Academic Resource Center (ARC) at Tufts University is seeking applications from graduate students from Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and the SMFA *in any discipline* to serve as Graduate Writing Consultants for next academic year. The starting pay rate is $20/hour with opportunities for advancement after the first year. The priority deadline to apply is Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

Graduate Writing Consultants work one-on-one with undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of writing activities, including coursework, theses, lab reports, personal statements for scholarships, and many other projects. The Academic Resource Center is committed to diversity and strongly encourages applications from students of color and students with nontraditional backgrounds.

This job might appeal to any graduate student who:
• Has experience as a teacher or tutor providing written or verbal feedback on student papers or lab reports
• Has provided verbal or written feedback on peer writing (for example, feedback on an article a friend wants to publish, participation in a group writing project, etc)
• Has professional experience editing or working with writers on a publication
• Has experience teaching (or tutoring) English as a Second Language (ESL) or helping non-native speakers with writing or speaking English
• Is interested in a career of teaching at the high school or college level
• Enjoys the *process* aspect of writing

We are also hiring writing consultants who would also be interested in working with students on their public speaking skills, and writing consultants who would be willing to pilot a new writing support initiative on the SMFA campus.

Ongoing paid training is provided, with mandatory intensive training at the end of August for new consultants. Check out for a full job description and instructions on how to apply! And see what the ARC offers grad students at

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Teaching Positions, Yleana Leadership Academy
| March 31, 2017 | 2:08 pm | Sch. Psych., Teaching | Comments closed

The Yleana Leadership Academy is a residential summer academy which serves rising high school seniors in urban areas (Baltimore, Boston, North Shore of MA, NYC, and Philadelphia) and seeks to close the achievement gap through a three-week transformative intervention summer SAT experience.  We are part summer camp (on Colgate University’s campus in upstate NY), part intense SAT training using the Socratic method and grounded in asking the questions that help to cultivate higher order thinking skills, and part leadership academy:  We explore issues like race, class, power, income inequality, prisons, etc through our Issues curriculum, an open-forum discussion setting where we question these issues through readings by people like James Baldwin, Junot Diaz, bell hooks, Michelle Alexander, WEB DuBois, and Sherman Alexie.  We also help our students acquire and hone the soft skills they will need in the college process/during college, as well as develop higher order/critical thinking skills through our Entrepreneurship class, which culminates in a one-day startup fair with real live entrepreneurs from London, Istanbul, Philadelphia, NYC, and more! advising the students all day until their crowning faceoff – a Shark Tank competition.   Students (all of whom are low-SES, almost all of whom are of color, most of whom are first-generation) attend on full scholarship and, besides studying for the SAT, being part of Issues and taking Entrepreneurship classes, enjoy a traditional summer camp experience (complete with Friday night campfires and making S’mores!) while becoming a part of a welcoming and introspective camp community.  One of the greatest compliments we have received came from a student who had been in foster care and had had significant trouble at home who told us that Yleana was the first place she felt safe, like people really cared about her.  We strive to create and promote that atmosphere – a loving, caring, safe place for kids who haven’t always had it easy.

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Various Positions, Waltham Public Schools, Waltham, MA
| March 31, 2017 | 1:46 pm | Teaching | Comments closed

Anticipated Openings FY18

Various Positions, The Learning Community, Central Falls, RI
| March 31, 2017 | 1:44 pm | Teaching | Comments closed


Open Positions

Various Positions, Lang School, NYC
| March 22, 2017 | 10:37 am | Sch. Psych., Teaching, Test by pearl | Comments closed
We are writing to you to ask if you would share information about our
school with your strongest candidates.The Lang School is a progressive K-12 school located in lower
Manhattan. We are an independent school for twice exceptional “2e”
learners – intellectually gifted children who have learning
disabilities and often social and behavioral difficulties. 2e learners
present significant challenges requiring myriad strategies for
reaching and connecting with them and for maximizing their
opportunities for academic, social, and emotional growth and success.

We have four projected vacancies for 2016/17: (a) TEACHER Early Childhood Special Education, (b) CO-TEACHER Childhood Special Education, (c) ASSISTANT Childhood Special Education, (d) School PSYCHOLOGIST.

We have attached a flyer that contains more information about the
school, candidate requirements, and instructions for applying. Please feel free to share with students and colleagues.

FLYER: LangTeacherFlyer March.2017

Education and Public Programs Director, Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities
| March 17, 2017 | 4:23 pm | Teaching | Comments closed

Job posting:

Education & Public Programs Director 2017

Various positions, Cambridge Public Schools
| March 15, 2017 | 1:58 pm | Teaching | Comments closed