The Varsity Assistant’s primary responsibilities are to ensure the safety of the athletes, assist the Head Coach in implementing the daily training plan, and be available to assist with tasks required to ensure a safe and successful Spring season outside of practice hours. The Varsity Assistant Coach is expected to attend practices and races for the duration of the Spring season.
The Varsity Assistant should be comfortable working with teenage boys and have experience teaching or coaching youth. The Varsity Assistant must be comfortable around water and willing to learn basic boat rigging, launch driving, and coaching skills. Rowing experience is preferred but not required.
The Varsity Boys practice six days per week at the Cambridge Boat Club:
Mon/Tue 3:30-5:30 PM
Wed/Thur/Fri 5:30-7:30 PM
Sat 10:00-1:00 PM
The Assistant Coach is expected to arrive 15-30 minutes prior to the start of practice and should anticipate staying ~15-30 minutes after. Races take place most weekends in April and May.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree
This is a paid position.
CRLS Crew is a free, co-ed, public high school rowing team based in Cambridge, MA and trains out of the Cambridge Boat Club.
For more information contact Head Coach Kate Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Urban Education Leaders Internship Program (UELIP) provides individuals the opportunity to get firsthand experience working in the Central Office of DCPS, one of the most innovative school districts in the U.S. and the fastest growing urban district in the nation. UELIP isn’t your average internship. Associates are matched with a team of professionals in Central Office to participate in mission-critical projects. Associates also participate in professional development including mentorship and coaching from district leaders, develop skills, network, and complete a final Capstone project, gaining hands-on experience to create positive change. We don’t have a major study requirement, so this opportunity is open to all current students and alumni.
Work Duration & Site
The internship runs from June 5, 2023 through August 4, 2023. UELIP Associates work between 20-25 hours per week. Accepted Associates will determine their weekly schedule with the Office of Leadership Development and the team at DCPS they are working most closely with. While hybrid options are available, UELIPs will be required to work in person at least two days per week.
- This internship is unpaid. Applicants are encouraged to seek funding from their universities or other organizations, and/or course credit from their universities.
- DCPS does not provide money for housing or transportation, nor do we arrange housing. We do, however, have a guide to finding and obtaining housing in DC that we provide as a resource for Associates coming from out of state.
To apply go to: https://bit.ly/UELIPSummer2023.
To see a recruitment flyer: https://bit.ly/UELIPSummer23OnePager.
If they have any questions, email our program team at UELIP@k12.dc.gov
Hello! We are looking for a responsible, fun person to hang out with our kids (9 and 12 years old) after school two days per week (3-5pm-ish).
Responsibilities: The kids are pretty self-sufficient – we want someone to hang out with them, take walks, kick around a soccer ball, bike/scooter, hang out with them outside, walk into Medford Square, etc.
Location: We live in Medford near Medford High School and Victory Park.
Requirements: Enjoys spending time with older kids/tweens. Non-smoker. Up to date on covid vaccine. We have a friendly dog.
Pay: $18/ hour
Please reach out to Emma at email@example.com if interested or if you have any questions.
Our college admissions counseling company, Winning Ivy Prep, is growing fast and we’re creating a massive impact on the families that we serve. We are hiring a remote college admissions coach to work with our students to meet demand.As a college admissions coach, you will report directly to the CEO and work with her closely on the roster of students that you will directly serve. If you are interested in empowering high school students and mentoring them to realize their college dreams, then take a look at the position description here.
- Ability to work at least 10-15 hours/week
- The college admissions process is very seasonable. You will see an uptick in the number of hours starting June to December. This timeline goes through Thanksgiving and Winter Holidays.
- It is important to be available over email for students and parents during key deadline weeks in the event of last-minute questions.
- Ability to commit for at least one year
- Our college counseling services are delivered year-round to seniors, juniors, and sophomores, whose engagement with us typically lasts from 1 to 3 years. To ensure consistency and quality in our services, we look for coaches who are ready to commit to a longer engagement as well.
The pay rate for the College Admissions Coach position is commensurate with one’s experience and usually varies between $35 – $45 per hour
March 4-5, 2023
32 VASSAR ST. Cambridge, MA
Join in-person or online: www.gcws.mit.edu
Time and space, while often seen as linear and confined concepts, can be stretched, altered, and reconfigured. We move through time and space in fits & bursts; some ways of moving and being are deemed normative or “good” and brought to the forefront, while others might be marginalized and cast aside. Here, we instead cast aside normative ideas of time and and space to focus on how liberating the concepts of temporality and spatiality can help us imagine and create new futures, communities, and ways of being. This conference seeks to look at liberatory conceptions of spatiality and temporality, particularly in the contexts of racial justice, abolition, disability rights, queer/trans ecologies, human development, death studies and practices, embodiment, community building, and more.
How might liberation encourage, if not require, new orientations to the concepts of time and space? What is the messiness that exists in these spaces of creation?
Some questions the conference seeks to explore:
- How can the temporality and spatiality of subcultures be used to assess political and cultural change?
- How do space and spatiality construct belonging, community and identity? Reciprocally, how do the concepts of belonging, community, and identity impact and construct space and spatiality?
- What does access and openness look like in truly liberatory spaces?
- How do subcultures or ideological communities produce alternative temporalities and encourage imagination of how our futures can be different from chrononormativity?
- How do crises change our understanding of longevity, liberation, and community?
- What is the interplay between alternative and hegemonic norms of time and space?
We look forward to welcoming our many graduate student panelists, film makers, artists, and presenters!
For more information: https://www.gcws.mit.edu/gcws-events-list/liberating-temporality-spatiality
Hiring for camp counselors, aquatics staff, specialist positions (e.g. nature education, archery, etc), and a head of challenge course programing at Summer’s Edge at Camp Thoreau in Concord, Mass (about 35 minutes from Medford).
We are in the process of hiring or supporting education students with summer positions. We have several licensed teachers from different content areas on our staff for mentoring opportunities.
- Complimentary summer membership to The Thoreau Club (access to the fitness center, pools, and tennis courts)
- Certification and training for lifeguards, WSI, challenge course staff, and archery certifications
The salary is based on the position and individual experience (for example if the individual is an experienced lifeguard or we trained them for the position. Our baseline pay, however, is at least minimum wage ($15.00 per hour).
Summer season runs from June 26, 2023 – August 18, 2023 (Mon – Fri). Our staff orientations are usually held on Mondays and Wednesdays in June from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm (except for Juneteenth).
See this poster for more information and to apply.
For questions please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My family is looking for a regular weekly babysitter for our active, sunny, inquisitive 5 year-old. Job duties include meeting child at the bus, taking him on outings (paid for by us, if admission fees are required) to parks, libraries, museums, etc, ensuring he gets active outdoor playtime, and feeding a snack (prepared by us). If desired, extra hours can be added for light housekeeping (folding laundry, tidying the playroom, etc).
During babysitting hours, one parent works from home and will be in the house, and our teenage foster child may come and go at irregular intervals. No pets in the house.
Required hours are Wednesdays 2-6pm. Can also offer additional hours M,T,R,F from 4-6; or extra hours for housekeeping at mutually convenient times.
Benefits include: Guaranteed hours and paid vacation (amount to be determined based on agreed upon weekly schedule).
Requirements: non-smoker, willing to submit to a CORI check, up-to-date with CDC recommended vaccines (including COVID vaccine).
Email Benazeer Noorani at email@example.com or text message 617-501-4917
Studio Institute has been offering immersive internships at museums and cultural institutions for over 22 years, and we’re excited to announce our Summer opportunity for students!
Arts Intern, which was started by Agnes Gund in 1999, is a grant-supported program that pairs financial aid-dependent college students with paid positions at arts and cultural organizations, where they gain real world experience and forge professional relationships. These institutions include Artists for Humanity, Harvard Art Museums, MIT List Center, MFA Boston, and the ICA. Positions available will be in a range of departments, including but not limited to Curatorial, Collections, Education, Design, and Marketing.
To be eligible for Arts Intern, you must:
1) Have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of less than $5000 on your FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR). A sample copy of this page can be found here.
2) Be currently enrolled as a full-time Junior or Senior, pursuing a Bachelor’s degree.
3) Be a resident and/or attend college in Boston (or the surrounding area inside Route 128).
Materials required for submission:
1) Cover Letter
3) Copy of Transcript
4) EFC page of your SAR
Read more about the summer internship here. Apply here.
We are looking for an occasional babysitter to assist with afternoon pick up of our 6-year-old daughter from West Somerville Neighborhood School (177 Powder House Boulevard). We live one block from campus, so the school is a short walk, and transportation is not required. We would love to find someone who likes to play games, read books, build with Legos and is ok with our friendly cat.
Location: Teele Ave., Somerville
Time(s): Varying days, 5:30pm – 7pm
- Pick up from school and walk back home (a 5 minute walk). No car needed.
- Play/read and have fun
- Offer kid a prepared meal
Pay – $22 per hour. Pease reach out to Roberta at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a babysitter to help watch our 3-month-old infant. I am an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Tufts. We are located a short walk from campus in Somerville, near Davis Sq.
To start, we are looking for someone to help for around 4 hours a day for a few days in February (likely Feb 15th, 22nd and 23rd). We are interested in more regular babysitting in future as well.
We are looking for someone who has experience with infants and has COVID vaccines (including the bivalent booster). Preference will be given to candidates who are CPR and first aid certified.
Pay would start at $24-$26 per hour based on experience/qualificationsIf interested. Please reach out to us by email at email@example.com
We look forward to meeting you!