Tutor for High School Student (West Medford, MA)

Family seeks tutoring and academic support for our high school student 2-3 times per week. The ideal candidate will have experience working with kids, ability to help with Spanish, Math, and support executive functioning tasks. Tutor must be able to use their own transportation/public transportation to our West Medford home (1.8 miles from campus).  We are ideally seeking someone who is available for the full spring semester. $40 per hour compensation 
Please email  Lmgardinier@gmail.com to express interest and discuss details. 

Marketing and Communications Intern (Museum of Fine Arts)

The Communications team (Creative, Database Marketing, Marketing and Public Relations) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), promotes the MFA’s collection, exhibitions and programs through outreach to local, national and international press, print and digital advertising,  management of social media channels with over 1.3 million followers, and email marketing. 

The team is seeking an enthusiastic, detail-oriented intern with strong writing skills and an interest in pursuing a career in communications. Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Officer, the intern will become integrated into the daily operations of the Marketing and Communications team, gaining valuable practical skills and workplace experience. 

Through mentorship from a team of experienced professionals and experience in a fast-paced environment, the student will gain valuable practical skills for a future career in communications. They will also have opportunities to grow their professional networks through interactions with colleagues and interns from departments across the Museum. 

The intern must commit to work onsite 12-20 hours per week (within Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm parameters), from Jan 19 through Apr 26, 2024, including attendance at the Museum Pathways & Practices professional development course from 12-2pm on the following Fridays: Jan 26, Feb 2, Feb 16, Feb 23, Mar 1, Apr 5, Apr 12, and Apr 19. 

The intern will be paid at a rate of $16.00 per hour. 

As we amplify our efforts toward becoming a truly inclusive institution, ensuring that diversity, equity, and access are lived values, we actively encourage candidates from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to apply to the program. 

Read the full posting here.

Summer Art Director (summer camp in Berkshires)

Danbee Arts & Dance Camp, an all-girls program located in the Berkshires, is currently hiring for their summer 2024 Art Director.

We run two-week camp sessions for girls ages 10-15, giving them a space to grow as artists while also experiencing all of the fun of a traditional camp, like waterfront activities and special events, offered to complement studio time!

The Art Director fully supervises our arts programs. This includes overseeing 8-10 art instructors, the summer’s curriculum, studio upkeep, and our end-of-session art shows. Our program provides a non-competitive, supportive environment, so the Art Director promotes a learning environment that is not about being the best or most experienced, but is instead about being fun, encouraging, safe and age-appropriate. The ideal candidate is an experienced art educator with a bachelor’s in a relevant discipline, with strong organization and communication skills.

June 23 – August 4, 2024 in Hinsdale, MA. Competitive salary; paid travel to camp; meals and lodging included.

Interested applicants should send a resume to info@DanbeeArtsDance.com

We are seeking to fill this position no later than December 15, 2023. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Finland Travel Program

Discover Finland’s Education System through the Teacher Leader Fellowship Program at ARAMFO Educational Foundation! Please read Dr. Betty Sternberg’s message below for more information on the program:

From April 13 – 20, 2024, we’re hosting an immersive travel experience in Finland tailored for preK-12 teachers, administrators, education board members, faculty from schools of education, and education specialists

The recent PISA and NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) results indicate that the education reforms initiated two decades ago, including No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and Race to the Top, haven’t yielded the anticipated outcomes. U.S. student scores on PISA remain concerning. Peggy G. Carr, Associate Commissioner of NAEP, highlighted the lack of national progress in both math and reading over the past decade, with the lowest-performing students showing a decline.

While some argue that these assessments do not encapsulate the entirety of the educational landscape, it’s imperative for us to ask ourselves why our past reforms haven’t significantly improved our students’ performance on these basic skills over the last 20 years.

These past five years we have been leading groups of teachers, teacher leaders, preK-12 administrators and professors of educational leadership to this country to get a sense of what they are doing – and it is starkly different from what we have instituted these past years.  

I cordially invite you to take part in this program to look at what Finland is doing and think through what elements of their approach you might adapt in your schools.   See how they train and treat their teachers as trusted professionals, see how they allow kids to be kids and give them the time and space to learn through play, see how they instill in their children a sense of responsibility and ownership of their work, see how they allow their teachers the time and space to thoughtfully and meaningfully develop curriculum and plan instruction — and see how they have NOT embraced tests, tests and more tests rendering school a place devoid of joy, creativity and a love of learning.  Yet see how well their students score on the most broadly accepted international assessment, PISA, while US students lag behind.    Below is an overview: 

WHERE:  Helsinki, Finland
WHEN:  April 13– April 20, 2024
WHAT: The itinerary The program entails visits to various educational landmarks in Finland and offers deep insights into their pedagogical methods. A detailed itinerary is available on the website for your perusal here https://aramfo.org/programs/finland-2024-the-teacher-leader-fellowship-program-abroad

Should you have any questions or need further details, please don’t hesitate to reach out at bettys@aramfo.org I am excited about the possibility of exploring Finland’s educational landscape together.

6th Grade ELA Teacher (Lawrence, MA)

Spark Academy in Lawrence, MA is looking for a 6th ELA Teacher for a mid-year position. The classes are half-sized and the teacher will be working with a seasoned team. See below for a PDF of the listing, and you can apply on Indeed. Please reach out to Amy Heuton, Assistant Principal at Amy.Heuton@lawrence.k12.ma.us with any questions.


Elementary Co-Teacher (Cambridge Montessori School Passport Program)

The Cambridge Montessori School’s Passport Auxiliary Programs provide extended day, vacation camps, and summer camp to families with students enrolled at the Cambridge Montessori School (CMS), as well as those in Cambridge and surrounding areas.

We are looking to hire additional staff for our toddler/primary and elementary extended day programs who may be interested in working at our program in the afternoon anywhere from 2-5 days per week. Our rates range from $20-25/hour depending on previous experience in this field and we can offer a maximum of 20 hours per week with some flexibility around candidates’ schedules and afternoon availability.

We’re looking for folks who enjoy working with children of various ages and who are reliable, communicative, and eager to learn and share their skills and interests. This opportunity is ongoing, as we have a winter and spring term, and then will be quickly transitioning to summer camp.

Please see the PDF below for more information and send your resume and references to Allison Lynch, Assistant Head of School at alynch@cambridgemontessori.org if you’re interested in applying.


FT/PT Preschool Teacher (Davis Square, Somerville)

Kingdom Rock Children’s Village is looking for brilliant teachers who have a sincere love for children. Both full-time and part-time positions are currently available. Currently, the biggest need is for teachers who can work 10am-6pm. If you are a certified teacher, the compensation is $20+ an hour.

If you’re interested, send a message to info@kingdomrockcv.org

To learn more, see the flyer below and check out their website


Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair Student Programs Coordinator (Remote)

Massachusetts Science & Engineering Fair organization is looking for a Students Programs Coordinator. Anyone with a background in STEM and/or education is welcome to apply.

If potential candidates have any questions, they may contact: Rebekah Stendahl (she/her), Program Director at 617-491-1500 x 705. Or visit www.scifair.com.


Full-time Engineering Teacher (Lawrence High School)

Lawrence High School is currently hiring a full-time Engineering Pathway Teacher to start immediately (SY 2023-2024). If interested, please contact Raul Cruz, Principal at (978) 975-2750 or Raul.Cruz@lawrence.k12.ma.us

To learn more about this opportunity, see the full posting below or on SchoolSpring (Job ID 4445202).


Religious School Teacher (Temple Shalom, Medford)

Temple Shalom in Medford is looking for a part-time Religious School (Hebrew) teacher. Undergraduate, graduate students and alumni are welcome to apply. The location is 455 Winthrop Street, Medford, on Wednesday afternoons, from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m

Curriculum guides, teaching materials and support are available, and collaboration with the Sunday teacher and the director will be needed.  Additional hours may be available during the second semester for those who are interested. 

Compensation is between $27-$35, depending on college degree and experience.  Applicants should have knowledge of and ability to teach Hebrew reading and simple conversational phrases. 

For more information, please see the PDF below and contact Andrea Katz, Religious School director at 781-576-9150 or email her a message/letter & resume at rsdirector@templeshalommedford.org.  Temple Shalom is looking to fill this position immediately, as they have been relying on substitute teachers. Thanks for reaching out to Andrea with your interest.