High School Educational Assistants (Wilmington, MA)

Wilmington High School is a small public high school located 25 minutes north of Boston. If interested in the role(s) below for the 2024-25 school year, please contact Principal (and double-Jumbo) Ryan Gendron at ryan.gendron@wpsk12.com or apply via Schoolspring here.  

Educational Assistants –  A high school educational assistant, sometimes referred to as a paraprofessional, supports teachers and students in various ways. They assist in classroom management, provide one-on-one or small group support to students, especially those with special needs, and help with instructional tasks. Their role is crucial in enhancing the educational experience and ensuring that all students have the support they need to succeed academically and socially.  This is a great entry point into a school setting, and provides the opportunity to interact with many other school roles.  Both 1-to-1 Educational Assistants and Inclusion Educational Assistant positions are available (see links embedded).

Multiple teaching positions available at Norwell Public Schools (Norwell, MA)

We are currently recruiting graduates to come and teach for us at Norwell Public Schools for the upcoming academic year. Norwell High School features an incredibly successful school system, a supportive staff, and a fantastic pay scale. A wide range of positions are available including High School English Teacher, 3rd Grade Teacher, and Math Tutor/Aide.

The applications are open now until Monday, June 10th. To view a list of detailed positions available, visit this link: https://www.applitrack.com/norwellschools/onlineapp/

If you have any questions, you can reach out to Jessica Johnston, Curriculum Coordinator at Norwell High School, at jessica.johnston@norwellschools.org

Math Tutor (3rd grade content, Medford)

Seeking math tutor for rising 4th grader to review concepts from 3rd grade over the summer, with the possibility to extend into the school year. 1 hour, 2x per week. $30 an hour. Any experience with students with ADHD is a plus. Located in West Medford. Please email at jessmacauley@gmail.com if interested.

Babysitter for 3-year-old (Cambridge)

We are looking for a babysitter to look after my 3 year old son for date nights, last minute fill in or days on the weekend for a few hours. I am a mental health clinician and my husband is a writer. The job would be at our house in Cambridge and $22/hour.

If you’re interested, please reach out to Natasha at Natashapierrelmhc@gmail.com We can provide more info and can also offer a regular set of hours each week if we find a good match. Thanks!

Summer Internships with IRC (Maryland)

Summer 2024 Internships – Apply by May 15th, 2024

The IRC (International Rescue Committee) in Silver Spring, MD is still recruiting Summer 2024 interns. IRC internships give interns the opportunity to work directly with refugees to support them in accomplishing tasks needed to live successfully in the U.S. We offer 16 unique internships that provide a wide variety of opportunities to gain direct exposure to the refugee resettlement sector. 

We strongly encourage interested applicants to apply for more than one program. If you want professional, hands-on experience working with refugees, asylees and other humanitarian immigrants, apply to be an intern with the IRC in Silver Spring!

I’ve listed the titles and a description of each internship that is recruiting below. You can find the full description by going to the IRC Careers page and filtering by City (Silver Spring) and Employee Category (Intern). You will use the same link to apply.

  • Anti-Trafficking: The Anti-Trafficking Intern will work in close coordination with the case management teams to serve survivors of human trafficking who are struggling to navigate various systems to access resources and services. 
  • Refugee Walk-in Casework: The Asylee Casework team is the first point of contact for asylee clients. Caseworkers provide 8 months of case management to asylees. The services include providing monthly cash assistance, ensuring that clients apply for public benefits such as Medicaid, food stamps, ensuring that clients apply for social security and enroll in health insurance and ESL classes.  
  • Career Development: The Career Development Program assists employed clients in securing job upgrades to improve economic conditions and align with career history and/or career objectives. The intern will work closely with the Career Development team and Financial Capabilities program to promote client self-sufficiency and encourage clients to work towards long-term career goals. 
  • Community Engagement: The aim of community engagement is to establish strong, mutually beneficial connections between the community and the IRC in Silver Spring order to garner monetary, in-kind and volunteer resources for refugee clients. The community engagement intern supports the administration of the family mentor program.   
  • Economic Empowerment: The Economic Empowerment program assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient by placing recently arrived refugees in their first job in the United States.   
  • Refugee Employment and Skill-Building: The Refugee Employment and Skill-Building Program aims to reduce barriers to self-sufficiency and employment and assist refugees to secure full-time employment.  
  • Refugee Employment Coordination: The Employment Coordination Program supports humanitarian immigrants to achieve economic self-sufficiency through engagement in work participation activities including volunteering, internship procurement, vocational English as a second language classes, and referrals to certificate-bearing professional development courses.   
  • Gender Equity: IRC programming assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient and supports acclimatization within the United States by providing access to casework services. This role will support the IRC’s Gender Equality work, cross-cutting programmatically and departmentally to support the administration of equitable services and the proper consideration of gender concerns in programmatic and departmental initiatives.  
  • Refugee Walk-in Services: The Intake program is the first point of contact to all “walk-in” clients that visit the IRC in Silver Spring. We provide fast track enrollment in public benefits and referrals to internal and/or external resources and programs as needed.  
  • Extended Case Management: The Extended Case Management (ECM) team provides case management services to up to 400 new clients each year. The team works directly with new refugees, asylees, parolees, and other humanitarian immigrants resettling in the DC Metro area, including Haitian, Ukrainian, Latin American, African, and Middle Eastern individuals; utilizing a holistic 2Gen household approach for the families served, the team addresses both short-term and long-term barriers to support overall well-being in the US.
  • Refugee Health and Social Integration Intern: The refugee health and social integration intern will work in close coordination with the case management teams to serve refugees and other vulnerable immigrants who are struggling to navigate various systems to access resources and services. 
  • Refugee Resettlement: The Refugee Resettlement team supports refugees during their first eight months in the United States. The housing team prepares apartments for new families. Caseworkers connect refugees with services include providing monthly cash assistance, ensuring that clients apply for public benefits such Medicaid, food stamps, social security and enroll in health insurance and ESL classes. The cultural orientation team introduce refugees to U.S. customs and systems.  
  • Youth Program: The IRC’s Youth Program works to support the integration of school-age recently arrived refugees and asylees. Interns will support the enrolling of new clients in the youth program and completing individual service plans for each individual client.  

All selected interns will undergo and clear a background and reference check to intern. We ask that you make a $30 donation to help us cover the associated costs. Currently, 87% of our funding goes directly to programming to support our clients, and your help to cover this cost will ensure that no funding is directed away from serving our clients. Instructions will be provided after you have been selected to intern or volunteer. The IRC is not able to sponsor visas.   

The ability to work in-person at least one day per week is required. Internships require a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week. Summer interns are also expected to begin their internship term by attending an in-person intern orientation on June 3rd, 2024, from 9:15AM-2:00PM.

Internships with the IRC in Silver Spring are unpaid. Summer 2024 interns may be eligible for per diem reimbursement at the rate of $15/day to offset the costs of food and travel. For questions and more information on scholarship opportunities, contact the IRC Silver Spring Community Engagement Specialist at Michalina.Kulesza@rescue.org

Summer Academy Volunteer Opportunity (Maryland)

Summer Academy Volunteer Opportunity – Now Accepting Applicants through June 10th!

The IRC (International Rescue Committee) in Silver Spring’s Summer Academy is a free learning experience for refugee students who are rising 6th-12th graders in Prince George’s and Montgomery County schools in Maryland. Volunteers facilitate lessons in English language and math, while incorporating extracurricular subjects and activities to broaden student’s horizons. Sign up here.

The program will take place in Prince George’s County July 8th – August 9th with 2-week cohorts of students in middle and high school. Weekly Schedule: Monday through Thursday 9:30am-2:30pm.

Volunteers are expected to attend all morning, afternoon or all-day sessions for their preferred cohort. You may participate in both cohorts, if desired.

Previous teaching and/or ESOL experience preferred but not required! This opportunity is open to volunteers high-school age and above. This opportunity is an Student Service Learning hours approved activity. 

All volunteers must attend a mandatory training on Monday, June 10th 6-7PM via Zoom. Sign up here.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Michalina Kulesza,Community Engagement Specialist, at Michalina.Kulesza@rescue.org

Teacher Associate – elementary school (Cambridge, MA)

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School is looking for qualified candidates to join our community for SY 24-25. If you are working within the field of education; working in a community-based-organization that works with elementary school aged children or have experience relevant to assisting in the classroom, then consider becoming a Teacher Associate at The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School. 

To apply, please send your resume to: hr@banneker.org

To learn more about The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School, click here

Hiring School Psychologists (Southern Indiana)

Positions Available: School Psychologist or School Psychologist Intern

  • Responsibilities: Conduct assessments, provide counseling services, collaborate with educators and families, and contribute to creating inclusive and supportive learning environments.
  • Qualifications: Must hold or obtain a valid school psychologist license in Indiana and demonstrate a passion for supporting students with exceptional needs.
  • 191 day contract, salary based on experience and teacher salary schedule starting at $50,000+ (interns) depending on experience. Fringe benefits such as health insurance,
    dental, vision, life insurance, sick and personal days, and retirement benefits are included.
  • Apply here: https://dspcoop.k12.in.us/employment/
  • If you are interested in the above listed positions, and are or will be Indiana licensed, send your resume via email to pambell@dspcoop.org or click the link above to access our application.
  • For more information, please see the flyer below.

Multilingual Educator Fair w/ BPS (4/11 5:30-7PM on Zoom)

  • Date and Time: Thursday, April 11th 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • Location: Virtual via Zoom
  • Info: During this event, you’ll learn about various high need openings and other teaching opportunities that require a multilingual educator. This event is for educators who have certification to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) OR have fluency in one or more of the following languages: ASL, Arabic, Cabo Verdean Creole, Chinese (Cantonese or Mandarin), Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish or Vietnamese. 
  • Candidate Sign up Link: here Please note, upon registration you will be sent a Zoom Link and Google Calendar invite. 

As the birthplace of public education in this nation, BPS is committed to transforming the lives of all children through exemplary teaching in a world-class system of diverse, innovative and welcoming schools. Boston Public Schools knows that there is no more important factor in a child’s education than a great teacher. Here in Boston, great teachers are passionate about urban education, drive student achievement, reflect the racial, cultural, and linguistic diversity of our students, and have a strong commitment to the City of Boston. 

If there are any changes to your registration and/or questions, please feel free to reach out and connect via recruitment@bostonpublicschools.org.

Teaching Fellowship (2024-25) with Asian University for Women (Chittagong, Bangladesh)

Asian University for Women (AUW), dedicated to the education, empowerment, and leadership development of highly talented women from across Asia and the Middle East, announces a Teaching Fellows Program. Because preferential selection of students is given to underserved populations, such as garment workers, Rohingya refugees, tea plantation workers, Afghans permitted by the Taliban to leave, et al., almost all of whom do not have the needed skills for the rigor of undergraduate work, Pre- Undergraduate Programs have been established at AUW. Approximately half of the students at AUW are in these preparatory programs. Fellows will teach English, math, or computer science for 15 hours/week for one year in the Pre-Undergraduate Programs and will supervise one extra-curricular activity each term. The year-long teaching program begins mid-July 2024.

Compensation/benefits: These funded Fellowships include most of the expenses Fellows will incur during their year as an AUW Teaching Fellow. They include round-trip airfare from their home to Chittagong. Fees for Fellows’s visas will also be reimbursed. Fellows will receive a stipend of $1,000 per month, for twelve months, payable at the first of each month. Health services will be covered. Fellows will share fully furnished faculty apartments a short distance from the AUW campus. Those Fellows who wish to eat at the AUW dining hall are welcome to do so; Fellows who wish to cook for themselves can do so in the kitchens of their apartments.

For more information and to apply before the 4/20 deadline, visit the website here. For additional information about the teaching fellowship and AUW, please see the flyer and brochure below. If you have any questions, contact Hannah Taylor, Recruitment and Training Coordinator, at Hannah.Taylor@asian-university.org