Winchester Babysitter Needed 9/13/21-6/9/22

Days: Monday-Thursday 1:30-4:30

Dates: September 13, 2021-June 9, 2022

Location: Winchester, MA

Children: Big sister (age 4) Little sister (age 2 in September)

Pay: $15-$20/hr 

Requirements: Has own transportation; fully vaccinated; low-risk Covid exposure as our girls are not vaccinated; must love cats

We are seeking a sitter to help care for our two fun and active girls Monday-Thursday afternoons. The position would involve you caring for little sister (age 2 in September) while mom picks up big sister at preschool at 2pm. While little sister naps, you would help with light housekeeping and snack prep. After 2pm you would care for both girls. Some days mom will take big sister to other activities. Potential for more hours (date nights, etc.) This is a great opportunity for someone interested in education/child development as our girls love to be busy with crafts, activities, and adventures. 

Please contact: Marnie Potish:, (508) 237-0520

Somerville Babysitter 8/23-9/13

We are looking for afternoon help for our 2 y. o. son in Somerville. Our regular hours are 4-6p and someone who can offer any additional time for school holidays, teacher development days, or sick days will be considered a plus. To bridge summer and school start we need Aug 23-Sept 13 full-time (9-6p). We can guarantee 10 hrs per week thereafter.

The work would involve picking him up from school a few blocks from our house and playing with him at home, until we get back from work. We also have a 4 y. o. son and a 6 y. o. daughter who attend school nearby. Babysitting on school holidays or sick days could involve care for them as well. Our ideal match is someone who loves children, has experience with three kids, is comfortable doing some light tidying up or preparing lunches, and can drive and has a good driving record (we have a car!).

Starting Monday August 23rd through Sept 13th 9-6p (full time)

Starting Sept 14th 4-6p five days a week (10 hrs total)

Pay $22 per hr and if additional child needs to be present hourly rate increases

Available Positions for Coding 101

Program Overview:

This 3-week Summer Intensive, offered by Tufts’ University College to rising High School juniors and seniors, will enable students to begin to master the skills necessary to build interactive applications (using Python) that solve real world problems, regardless of initial skill level. Visits with local tech companies (‘Tech Treks’) supplement in-class instruction and introduce students to the vast array of career paths available in the ever-expanding world of technology.

Program Director

  • Light planning leading up to program (logistics, hiring, scheduling, etc.) supported by University College staff
  • Overall logistics and coordination while program is in-session (July 12-31)
  • Chaperone on field trips
  • Attend opening / closing dinners and events
  • Other duties as needed
  • $4,000 compensation

Course Instructor

  • Instruct the three-week course: July 12-31, 9am – 11:30am M-F
  • Develop curriculum and block schedule in consultation with Program Director
  • Identification of TAs and module speaker
  • Attend opening / closing dinners and events
  • Other duties as needed
  • $8,615 compensation (standard summer instructor rate)


Undergraduate-Level Summer Training Positions open at Camp Baker

Camp Baker at Judge Baker Children’s Center currently has eighteen undergraduate-level summer training positions available. Camp Baker is a therapeutic summer program based off of the Summer Treatment Program (STP) and is specifically designed for 6-12 year old children with ADHD. The STP has positive effects on the serious behavioral, social, and academic difficulties exhibited by children diagnosed with ADHD.

Summer trainees at Camp Baker will implement the treatment program in a camp setting for children with ADHD. They will receive extensive training and experience implementing the research-based intervention. Students with STP experience are often highly sought-after in graduate training programs in clinical psychology, social work, medicine, and education. Previous trainees within Camp Baker have gone in to successful careers in all of these fields.

Camp Baker is currently accepting applications for two roles: 1) Undergraduate Counselor and 2) Teaching Assistant. Please visit our website for a detailed description of roles and responsibilities for each position:

All aspects of the training program are supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist. Trainees typically gain over 200 hours of experience providing treatment directly to children. Opportunities for participating in behavioral parent training groups are also available.

Trainees complete a week-long training prior to the start of treatment and receive ongoing supervision. Training begins Wednesday, July 1, 2019 with the July 4th holiday off. Camp Baker runs from Wednesday, July 8th and continues through Friday, August 14th, 2020. Trainees typically work from 7:30am until 4:30pm and stay from 7:30am-6pm one evening per week. The stipend for undergraduate-level positions this summer is $1,000.

Interested applicants should apply on the website under the training tab. Mandatory materials that must be uploaded are listed below:

  • A cover letter describing your professional development goals and how Camp Baker might fit with those goals
  • A current CV
  • A de-identified assessment report, treatment report, or other psychology-related writing sample
  • The name and contact information for your practicum coordinator (for applicants looking to gain practicum or academic credit)
  • Three letters of recommendation (sent to Dr. Tannenbaum from the recommender directly through the website)

Child Care in Central Square

Our nine-year-old son takes Taekwando on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in Central Square, Cambridge, starting at 4pm. He can get there on his own, but we need an adult who can be present while he is in class for an hour and then walk home with him about 10 minutes away.

We would ideally like someone who can do both Tuesdays and Thursdays but would be open to just one day if we can find someone else to do the other day.

Please contact us at if you would be interested in learning more.

Babysitting Opportunity in West Medford

We are Tufts grads in search of a student (or a few students!) who could babysit for us occasionally–nights and/or weekends to free us up for date nights or errands.  Our schedule is very flexible but we are also willing to set up regular bi-weekly or monthly sitters if that’s easier and/or preferred.  Our daughter Frances will be 2 months old in January so we’d prefer someone who has experience with infants. We also have a 2 year old pup who is easy and loving so must be comfortable with dogs as well! We are just a 5 minute drive from Tufts but we can also provide transportation if needed. 

Compensation is $20/hr. 

If interested, please email Jessica Schiller at

Digital Product and Curriculum Specialist

The deadline to apply is October 25, 2019.
Submit your resume and cover letter to:

Billion Oyster Project
The Billion Oyster Project (BOP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to restore oyster reefs to New York Harbor through public education initiatives. We lead a large-scale marine restoration effort to restore one billion live oysters in New York Harbor by 2035.

BOP engages the community through its restoration-based STEM education programs for
middle and high-school students, its collection program with NYC restaurants to collect oyster shells for reef substrate, and its volunteer program, which enables New Yorkers to get involved in hands-on community science restoration work.

Billion Oyster Project was born out of the New York Harbor School (NYHS), a public high school which provides a college preparatory education built upon New York City’s marine & maritime industry. NYHS remains Billion Oyster Project’s flagship education partner, instilling the ethics of environmental stewardship and the needed skills for careers on the water. As sophomores, Harbor School students enroll in one of seven career and technical education (CTE) programs including Aquaculture, Vessel Operations, Marine Biology Research, Professional Diving, Ocean Engineering, Maritime Policy & Advocacy, and Marine Systems Technology. Each CTE program has a role within the work of Billion Oyster Project, extending students’ education from
the classroom into a real-world context.

Our Vision
A future in which New York Harbor is the center of a rich, diverse and abundant estuary. The communities surrounding this complex ecosystem will help shape its vitality and in return enjoy its many benefits, including endless opportunities for work, education and recreation. The harbor is a world-class public space, well used and well cared for—our Commons.

Our Ethos

Restoration through Education
We believe that restoration without education is fleeting. To ensure the long-term health and productivity of our natural environment we must teach young people to care for, monitor and restore their Harbor.
Education through Restoration
We believe that students learn best when applying their studies to a large-scale ecosystem restoration project that challenges them to become active participants and takes them out of the classroom, down to the water’s edge to experience the ecosystem first-hand. We prioritize educational programs that are site-specific, project-based, and inquiry-based and that integrate a field work component.

Position Overview

The Billion Oyster Project is seeking a Digital Product and Curriculum Specialist to develop computational science training and curriculum for NYC public school teachers and students and to coordinate product management for the project’s web based digital platform.

This position is funded through two three year National Science Foundation grant awards with the primary goals of: increasing students’ NY Harbor restoration and STEM content knowledge, confidence in doing field research activities, and interest in STEM careers; increasing teachers’ NY Harbor restoration and STEM content knowledge, instructional skills, and inquiry-based field research practice, and; increasing underrepresented students’ motivation, interest in and preparation for pursuing STEM careers.

This position offers the opportunity to create unique restoration-science STEM curriculum while overseeing the development of an innovative web based learning platform.

Required Qualifications
● Master’s degree in a relevant science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM)
field or a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM discipline and a master’s degree in Education.
● Professional experience developing middle and/or high school student curriculum in
computer and data science
● Professional experience delivering middle and/or high school teacher professional
development training in computer and data science
● Experience managing web based projects, including overseeing the work of one or more
● Experience using computers for complex data analysis

Desired Qualifications
● Teaching experience in NYC middle or high schools
● Working knowledge of programming languages such as Python or other programming
languages suited to data analysis, API development and data management
● Knowledge of environmental restoration, environmental science or marine biology
● Ability to work in a team environment with collaborative and inclusive approaches

Billion Oyster Project is fueled by the passion and commitment of its growing team. Enthusiasm for the work of engaging students, teachers and the public in the restoration of their natural environment is an expectation for the position. Candidates should be adaptable, resilient and comfortable working collaboratively on complex projects with various stakeholders.


Master’s degree in a science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) or computer
science discipline or a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM related discipline and a master’s degree in Education.

Compensation and Benefits:

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Benefits include group health plan, a generous vacation policy and an inspiring working environment on Governors Island in New York Harbor.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the communities we serve. We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Billion Oyster Project believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success as an organization, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.


Interested candidates should upload a brief cover letter and resume/CV to the link provided.

*Any person working in the New York City DOE buildings, working with NYC DOE students or who has access to NYC DOE confidential information is required by New York State law to undergo a security clearance, including fingerprints, prior to commencing services. All prospective employees (either working for NYC DOE or for a Vendor) must have a security clearance before starting work. No one can be fingerprinted by the NYC DOE or undergo the security clearance unless they have been added to the organization or agency’s PETS (Personnel Eligibility Tracking System) roster.

Babysitter Needed – Medford

We are looking for a babysitter for our daughter 11 year old daughter. We live in Medford and need help on Monday afternoons from 3:45pm – 7:00pm (end time can be flexible). She has a music lesson at the Winchester School of music that she would need to be taken to (8 minutes from our home).

If you are looking for more hours, our daughter will also be playing softball in the Spring and we may need additional help during the week (but for the immediate time, we are looking for Monday help.)

Our daughter is in 6th grade. She loves music and singing. She is a black belt in Taekwondo. She loves playing softball. She is very caring and always helpful. We are looking to secure a new sitter as soon as possible (our previous sitter moved out of town this summer). Also, having a car is necessary to help take to and from music lesson.  Do let us know if you are interested and we can setup a time to meet.

Compensation: $16/hour

If interested please contact: or text: 978-430-7018>

After School Nanny for 2 girls – Arlington

We are looking for fun and reliable after-school nanny for 2 girls (11 & 7 years) in Arlington.

We would like you to pick up the younger one from after school and drive them to/from activities.

You will need to have your own car.

Current schedule:

Mon, Wed, Fri 4pm-6:30pm
Tue, Thur 2:30pm-6:30pm

Offer to pay $18-22/hr

If this sounds interesting to you and could work with your schedule, please send me an email & proposed time when we could talk/meet.

Looking forward chatting with you.
Kathleen Datta: