School Psychologist Job Opportunity: Eddy Elementary School, Brewster, MA

Eddy Elementary School is a grades 3-5 elementary school in Brewster, MA on Cape Cod, part of the Nauset Regional School District. We are looking for a permanent 1.0 FTE school psychologist to join our staff starting next school year. We have just over 200 students enrolled in grades 3-5, have a vibrant community, and engaged staff; it is a great place to work! If you are able to share the posting for this position with your third year students and any alumni, I would be very grateful! Folks can apply directly in SchoolSpring, or they can reach out to me with any questions at or at Eddy Elementary School at 508-896-4531. Thank you for your help and consideration!
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Empow Studios Summer Camp Positions

Empow Studios teaches kids 7-15 years old in STEM in classes after school and weekend, and in camps during the summer throughout the Greater Boston area. Our topics include coding, robotics, video game design, film & animation, digital design, and Minecraft.

Summer Camp Directors lead a team of instructors to inspire and educate youth to create projects using today’s latest computer technologies and engage campers with games, outdoor play, and other fun activities. $25-$30 per hour.

STEM Camp Instructors teach one tech class of typically 10 students per week and ensure that students have a great time learning and building cool stuff. $18-$25 per hour. 

Both roles are full time approximately 8am-4:30pm M-F. Camps run 6 to 10 weeks, June 26-Sept 1. Camp locations run throughout the Greater Boston Area

Part-time Adult Instructor – Intergenerational Literacy Program (Chelsea) Summer/next year

The Intergenerational Literacy Program (ILP), a program of the Chelsea Public Schools, provides instruction to adults, out-of-school youth, and families. The program offers courses in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and preparation for high school equivalency exams (HiSET/GED) in Spanish. Classes are also offered for parents and caregivers who want to improve their reading and writing, and who want to learn how to further support their children in school. More information about the ILP can be found on Job posting available here:


  • Responsible for teaching a class of up to 30 adults
  • Works with ILP director and other instructors in developing and revising curriculum
  • Designs lessons using authentic materials that emphasize topics of learner interest
  • Assesses learners’ progress in a variety of ways, incorporating both formative and summative assessments
  • Monitors learners in borrowing and returning ILP library books, and in using program computers and other devices
  • Participates in weekly professional development seminars for ILP staff (in-house and through the SABES system)
  • Administers and scores TABE CLAS-E and/or BEST Plus assessments (after certification training)
  • Participates in the publication of the program’s annual anthology
  • Engages with other staff in ongoing program development and community planning
  • Oversees tutors during classroom instruction, including assigning them to groups of learners, giving them specific tasks to carry out in working with groups, monitoring their performance, providing feedback and suggesting additional strategies they can use in working with learners
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned


  • Associates degree in education or a related field at minimum
  • Experience working in K-12 education, or adult literacy
  • Knowledge of family literacy, ESOL, ABE
  • Proficiency in Spanish, Portuguese, or Arabic preferred

Terms: This is a non-union position, 4 – 19.5 hours per week, 42 weeks per year

Classes run 38 weeks per year

Salary Range:

$22.70 – $35.00 / Hourly Rate

Diversity Recruitment Fair (Somerville, MA)

Somerville Public Schools

Diversity Recruitment Fair

April 1, 2023

9:00 am – 11:00 am

*This is a virtual event*

We are a district committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion for our students, staff and families. We are a district that is full of promise and possibilities, and we would love to meet YOU!

We strongly encourage candidates from underrepresented communities, candidates of color, and linguistically diverse candidates to register.   

Come meet representatives from the Somerville Public Schools and explore open job opportunities, YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID!

 Register for the Fair Here:  or use the QR code below:

Please visit our virtual recruitment fair website at:

To view all current vacancies, please visit us online at:

StAAR Center Graduate Writing Consultant Position

Applications for the 2023 – 2024 academic year are now open! Preferred application deadline: April 2, 2023. We may accept rolling applications after that date. Please read the information below before applying, and note our in-person training dates: August 21 – 25, 2023.

Position Description

Graduate Writing Consultants work one-to-one with both undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of writing activities. Primarily, this takes the form of academic papers for coursework, but we also work with students on personal statements, conference papers, and longer projects such as senior theses, master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations. We are also embedded in the Fulbright application process in early fall. Depending on interest and program need, consultants may also have opportunities to lead or help develop workshops, writing groups, writing retreats, or training for other writing consultants. Most Graduate Writing Consultants will work on the Medford campus, but SMFA students may apply to work on-site at the SMFA Fenway campus.

Our program emphasizes collaboration and process as crucial aspects of becoming a more engaged writer. Since our work is conversation-based, strong interpersonal skills are vital. We are looking for nonjudgmental, collaborative consultants who are good listeners and committed to writing and learning as process. Our approach is informed by feminist and anti-racist pedagogies, and our community values diversity in all forms, especially when related to identities such as race, gender, disability, nationality, and language that have historically been marginalized by language-based oppressions. We strongly encourage applications from students who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, multiracial, or POC, students who are bilingual or multilingual, students from the LGBTQ+ community, and students who identify as a person with a disability. 

More about our commitment to DEJI values in hiring, training, and pedagogy. Read our position statements on linguistic diversity.

Compensation, Time Commitment, and Training


  • $21/hour to start, including paid training, ongoing professional development, and preparation when appropriate. 

Training Commitment:

  • Mandatory, paid training workshop intensive, held in-person on the Medford campus. Fall 2023 Dates: August 21 – 25. 

Academic Year Time Commitment:

  • Minimum 5 hours per week for at least one full academic year (hours during intersessions/summer are optional), some evenings and weekends desirable
  • Ongoing, paid, mandatory professional development and staff meetings throughout the academic year
  • Modality for 2023 – 2024 academic year, including training, is in person.


  • Tufts graduate student in any discipline from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (including SMFA), the School of Engineering, or the Fletcher School
  • Outstanding interpersonal, verbal communication, and listening skills
  • Commitment to and willingness to learn more about anti-racist praxis and writer-focused, process-oriented tutoring approaches
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Experience with ANY of the following: 
    • tutoring writing, especially for college, high school, or adult students
    • teaching or TA-ing a class with a writing component (including lab reports)
    • teaching or tutoring bilingual/multilingual students or adults
    • tutoring other subjects, working informally with writers (including classmates) on their drafts, editing publications, or other related work (please explain in cover letter)

How to Apply

Please gather these materials (see FAQs for more information or if you have questions) and proceed to the application portal:

  • Cover Letter, addressed to the director of the program (Kristina Aikens), reflecting on relevant experience for this position. We especially value your descriptions of working with others on their writing and/or of your approach to working with writers, so please prioritize this in the letter; if you do not have specific experience with this, please explain what your approach might be like based on your other experiences.)
  • Resume or CV
  • Academic writing sample (any length is acceptable; see FAQs for more information)

Interviews will be conducted in April and May. 

You can read more about us on the StAAR Writing Support page

Questions? Email the director of the program, Kristina Aikens

Apply Now!

Graduate Positions Open within Tufts University’s Division of Student Affairs

Several of the Division of Student Affairs offices, the Office of Residential Life and Learning, the Office of Campus Life, and the Office of Health Promotion have open graduate positions that will begin interviewing for in early April.

Students who fill out the application before 9am on March 30th will be given priority to interview, but will accept applications up until Thursday, April 6th.

For more information on the positions and how to apply visit:

Cambridge Rindge & Latin School Assistant Coach for Boys Crew (Spring)

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

Urban Education Leaders Internship Program (Summer in Washington D.C.)

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: 

To see a recruitment flyer:

If they have any questions, email our program team at

Instructional Design Assistant (Fall 2023 Internship)

The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University.  The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. 

Duration: 9/5/23 – 12/15/23 (flexible)
Hours Per Week: 10-12 hours (flexible)
Days of Work & Work Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Pay Rate: $18-20.00/hour
This is a remote internship opportunity

Internship Description
The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University. The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. This is a term-based position for the Fall 2023 with potential to extend into the Spring 2024 semester.

Internship Responsibilities
Under close supervision and guidance, responsibilities include:
• Assist with the building of new courses in the Canvas learning environment using content provided by the academic program
• Assist with the quality assurance review of courses in Canvas using a standardized checklist and procedure
• Provide maintenance support for existing courses on an as-needed basis
• Assist with planning and facilitating training and other faculty development events
• Provide support on select projects for the Design or Video team as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Basic Qualifications
• Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
• Ability to efficiently manage time, multi-task as needed, and effectively navigate shifting priorities
• Familiarity with MS Office, Google Drive, and basic Canvas features
• High level of comfort with technology and ability to upskill rapidly
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
• Customer focus
Desired Qualifications
• Interest or experience in online learning, instructional design, or instructional technology
• Interest or knowledge of basic graphic design or web design

Application process timeline

  • March 28: Application deadline
  • April 3 – 12 : Interview with selected applicants
  • Week ending April 14: Intern selection communicated

The deadline for the application is Tuesday, March 28.  Interested student can apply via this link

CEEO Summer Coordinator

CEEO Summer Coordinator for K-8 Design and Engineering Workshops

Application – for applying:

Application Deadline: April 3, 2023 

Job Description

Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) runs summer programs for students entering 1st through 9th grade. There are two workshops that happen at the same time and a series of different tasks involved with making those workshops run efficiently. We are looking for a summer employee who will be responsible for all of the behind the scenes work to make this operation run smoothly. Tasks will include preparation of registration materials, early morning check in (8AM) each Monday, communication with parents regarding registration and daily updates on workshop progress, ordering lunch, scheduling teaching assistant (TA) shifts and covering shifts when needed, taking photos and uploading them, and other tasks needed to make sure the workshops are successful. 

Workshop information can be found here: Elementary School Summer Workshops, Middle School Summer Workshops

If you decide this is the job for you, you are punctual, patient, self motivated, have good customer service, work well independently and with others, and proficient with email, google spreadsheets, and other basic microsoft office products. 
Salary range is between $20-$30 depending on experience. 

Start date varies in June 2023 but must be available June 26th through August 4th 2023

Job Responsibilities

  • Registration
    • Organize and format registration for each workshop
    • Check in and check out students during registration process
  • Communication to parents
    • Email before workshop
    • Email each day of learning goals from the day
  • Take photos
  • Order lunch
  • Support Student Management
    • Talking with participants who are upset or need a break
  • Parent concerns – be the “adult” or person in charge on site 

Job Requirements

  • Experience in customer service 
  • Experience with kids
  • Experience with organizing events 
  • Clear and effective communication skills
  • Background check
  • Ability to problem solve and work independently 
  • Must be on site and available M-F 8AM-5PM between June 23 through August 4 with option to start the job around June 21st.

Tufts CEEO is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice (DEIJ) and has a strong dedication to sustainability initiatives. 

We work to hire a diverse team at Tufts CEEO and are actively seeking students who are under-represented in higher education. We encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or other characteristics. To read more about our DEIJ Action Plan, check out our DEIJ website:
Tufts CEEO is also a certified green office and functions in an environmentally friendly manner in accordance with green office policy and procedures.