2024 New Zealand Fellowship Travel Program

Please read below for information about the 2024 New Zealand Fellowship Travel Program presented by Dr. Betty J. Sternberg on behalf of ARAMFO Educational Foundation:

We are thrilled to present an exclusive opportunity tailored for educators seeking to broaden their horizons: The Teacher Leader Fellowship Program in New Zealand, running from June 29th to July 6th, 2024. This unique seven-day adventure immerses participants in New Zealand’s innovative educational practices and Maori educational philosophies, with visits to Auckland and Rotorua.

Highlights include:

  • Interactive visits to leading schools and universities in Auckland, offering insights into New Zealand’s educational system and teacher training.
  • Exploration of Rotorua’s geothermal marvels and insights into Maori cultural and educational perspectives.
  • Engaging workshops and cultural experiences to deepen understanding and appreciation of New Zealand’s education landscape and heritage.

The program is meticulously designed to inspire and transform, featuring inclusive international travel, luxury accommodations, and comprehensive educational experiences for $5000. Payment plans are available, and the itinerary is packed with enriching activities to ensure an unforgettable professional development journey.

For a detailed itinerary and further information on registration and payment, please visit our program page: https://aramfo.org/programs/new-zealand-2024-the-teacher-leader-fellowship-program-abroad

Don’t miss out on this transformative educational journey. Secure your spot for an unforgettable exploration of New Zealand’s educational landscape.

How to Register: To secure your spot, please reply to this email, or email us at info@aramfo.org. Spaces are limited to ensure a personalized and impactful experience for all participants.

Why Join? These trips are more than just travel; they are a platform for growth, learning, and global connection. By participating, you’ll gain new tools, ideas, and inspirations to enhance your teaching and contribute to your professional development.

For questions or further details, please do not hesitate to contact me at sternbergb@sacredheart.edu or call me at 860-463-5871

School Psychologist at Perkins School for the Blind (Watertown, MA)

Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA is now hiring a school psychologist in our Secondary School (ages 14-22), which has both day and residential students). This is a new position due to need. For further questions please contact Lauren Rosenbaum at lauren.o.rosenbaum@gmail.com

A PDF of the job description is provided below. To apply, please click here.


Driving Home Assistance (Winchester, MA)

A family located in Winchster, MA is looking for occasional help driving 2 young teens to/from camp and afternoon activities this summer (2024) and next school year (2024-25). Wednesdays and Thursdays are the biggest need – but could add other days if desired!

  • Pickup at the family’s house in Winchester (or McCall Middle School).
  • You must have your own car and a safe driving record.
  • Pay is $20-24/hour

Please reach out to Carrie (carrie.mauras@gmail.com) if you are interested in either summer or school year!

Camp Hale Summer Counselor (New Hampshire)

Camp Hale is a subsidiary of the United South End Settlements in Boston, MA. Established in 1900, Camp Hale is a sleepaway summer camp for Boston-area youth ages 5 to 17 years old to experience a range of outdoor activities in the scenic environment of Squam Lake, located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. At Camp Hale, we believe every child should be able to attend summer camp, regardless of their financial situation.  Each summer we serve over 200 youths with diverse backgrounds, including underprivileged and at-risk youth.  

 We operate on the belief that all youth benefit from opportunities for physical, mental, and social growth and development. The goal is for campers to leave with an enhanced sense of well-being, improved social skills, and awareness of personal potential. 

Please see the flyer below for more information. Please direct any further questions to Trish Fogarty TFogarty@uses.org


Tutor at the Mystic Learning Center (Somerville, MA)

The Mystic Learning Center is a Somerville based non-profit that provides out of school tutoring to students living in the Somerville Public Housing Development. The Mystic Learning Center is looking for tutors, specifically those who have completed an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, or 3rd and 4th year Bachelor’s degree students. Please view the flyer below for more information and scan the QR code to apply. For further questions please contact Hannah Platt hannah@mysticlearningcenter.org

Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education Educator Diversity Career Fair (North Easton, MA)

Register now for the Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education’s Recruitment Fair:

Saturday March 16, 2024
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST Blanche Ames Elementary School
50 Spooner Street, North Easton MA

MPDE is committed to recruiting and assisting in producing career opportunities for educators and administrators from diverse backgrounds, and forming collaborative relationships that will enhance staff diversity within our schools districts.  We recognize that local public school districts are in crisis mode working to fill positions that are vital to keeping our schools up and running.  With over 50+ districts represented at this event, we are hoping to address this need and fill as many of these necessary positions as possible! Please visit the website at mpde.org for more information and to register. Additional questions can be sent to Regina Caines at Reginaac@comcast.net

STAAR Center Writing Fellow (Tufts University)

The StAAR Center is hiring Writing Fellows for the 2024-2025 academic year!

Writing Fellows are undergraduate peer tutors who work with students in specific classes on 2-3 assignments per semester. For full details about the position and the application link, students can visit the Work with StAAR page.

Applications will be open through February 11th. All majors are welcome, and there are no GPA or letter grade requirements to apply.

Interested students are invited to attend an informational session to learn more and hear from current Writing Fellows about their experiences. Sign up for an info session through Tutor Finder at go.tufts.edu/tutorfinder.  


2 Spring Green Team Leader Groundwork Somerville (Somerville, MA)

Groundwork Somerville are hiring 2 Green Team Leaders to teach and mentor our Spring Green Team starting in the first week of February. Green Team Leaders will develop, teach, and facilitate workshops on food/environmental/climate justice, gardening, bike safety, civic engagement, and job skills for Green Team members, ages 14-18. While gardening and biking alongside the Green Team, the Green Team Leaders will provide mentorship and support the young people in their environmental justice research or advocacy projects.

Green Team Leaders will work about 10 hours a week. The pay is $20 per hour. This is an excellent opportunity to mentor young students and gain youth development, leadership, teaching, and gardening skills. View the Spring Green Team Leader Job Description here.

For further questions please email Kenzie Ballard at kenzie@groundworksomerville.org



Part-time job picking up 2 children (Somerville, MA)

A family in Somerville is looking for someone to help with picking up 2 children from 2 schools in Somerville and bringing to home in Davis Square/Powderhouse. Hours are Tue/Wed/Thurs from 1:15-2:45pm for spring semester. Pay is $100/week. See below for more information:

We’re looking to hire someone to pick up our two children (ages 6 and 4) from the Capuano School @ 1:45pm and Brown School @ 2:30pm, each in Somerville, and bringing them to our home in Davis Square/Powderhouse area on Tuesdays, Wednesdays (just Capuano pick up), and Thursdays.  The job involves driving to and from the Capuano School and walking to and from the Brown School (driving during inclement weather), so we’re looking for a confident city drive with parallel parking skills.  You can drive our family car or use your own (we’d provide one car seat), depending on your preference.  We’d pay $100 per week and reimburse for gas mileage if you used your own car.  If interested, please reach out to Kelly Williamson – kncwilliamson@gmail.com.  The position would be from beginning of February until mid-June, but there’s flexibility on the start and end dates if needed.

Seeking full-time nanny for baby twins starting in late April/May (East Arlington, MA)

A family living in East Arlington is seeking a full-time nanny:

Hello! We are looking for a full-time nanny starting in late April/May to watch our boy-girl twins who will be 5 months old. We live in East Arlington, about a mile from Tufts campus. Mom works from home, and Dad is in and out throughout the day. We have a cat who mostly keeps to herself. Looking for someone CPR/first-aid certified preferred, and must be up to date on covid and flu vaccinations.

Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday – Friday

Responsibilities: Bottle feeding, play time, nap time, diaper changes, outdoor walks with stroller, light housework (emptying & loading bottles in dishwasher, folding baby blankets, etc.)

Compensation/benefits: competitive and dependent on experience. 
Please contact Maggie at 518-209-3166 or maggieatwater17@gmail.com if interested.