Generation Teach Summer Teaching Fellowship

The Generation Teach AmeriCorps Summer Teaching Fellowship is a great opportunity for students seeking a summer of learning, teaching, and leading! Fellows receive $4,775 and over 350 hours of leadership experience. The fellowship is open to all majors; fellows will select their preferred content area (engineering, law, math, or reading) on the application. Students must be 17 years old to be eligible.

The fellowship includes pre-summer preparation, in-person training, and 24 days of teaching Boston elementary and middle-school students. You will join a loving community of 32 undergraduate and high-school students. 95% of former teaching fellows said they grew as leaders; 97% grew as teachers; 98% developed skills they will use whether or not they become teachers.

The final application deadline is April 15, and you can APPLY here.

You can book a time to learn more about Generation Teach here, learn more through this video. or direct questions to Ive Sanchez at isanchez@genteach.org

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Upcoming Education Fair: MERC Career Fair and BSU Career Fair


MERC Career Fair (MA Educational Recruiting Consortium)

  • Thursday April 18th, 10am – 1pm
  • Hosted in person at Boston University
  • 100+ schools and organizations!
  • Register Here

BSU Education Career Fair

  • Wednesday, May 1st, 4 – 6pm (6 WEEKS AWAY!)
  • Hosted in person at Bridgewater State University
  • 65+ schools and organizations!
  • Register Here

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE IN

  • Teaching – Lead Classroom Teachers, Substitutes, Paraprofessionals, Aids
  • School Administration/Ed Leadership
  • School Counseling/Guidance
  • School Social Work/Adjustment Counseling
  • Speech Language Pathology/Speech Therapy
  • ABA Therapy
  • School Psychology
  • Mentors, Tutors, Interns
  • Residential Counselors
  • And more school based and educational nonprofit roles!

Full time and part time opportunities for current roles and the 2024-2025 school year! Students and alumni from all class years and majors are invited as there will be opportunities for substitute teachers, paraprofessionals, extended school year programs this summer, lead teachers, counseling roles, and so much more! These are great opportunities for anyone who wants to work with kids or in a school setting!

Please direct any questions to Katie Vagen (KVagen@bridgew.edu)

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

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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

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.  

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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

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Arts Intern (Boston, MA)

The Studio Institute provides support for apprenticeship-based opportunities to undergraduate students (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors) interested in the art field. Studio Institute has been offering immersive internships at museums and cultural institutions in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, and Providence areas! Institutions include the Memphis Brooks Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, ICA Boston, and the Fabric Workshop. Positions available will be in a range of departments, including but not limited to Curatorial, Collections, Education, Design, and Marketing. Applications are due by January 31st. To see more about our program, here is a link to the website. 

If there are any additional questions or concerns, please contact via email: artsintern@studioinstitute.org

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Beyond Akeela Head Advisor, Residential Leadership Role (Milton, MA)

Beyond Akeela, a summer program in the Boston metro area, is hiring for several head advisor positions in the summer. You can learn more about the specifics of the role here: Head Advisor Job Description. These leadership roles have been great fits for current or recently graduated School Psychology Masters students. The program provides opportunities for neurodivergent 16-19 year olds to build practice the social, organizational, and self-advocacy skills needed to thrive in college. Please visit the website or see the flyer below for more information on the job description.

Interested candidates should send their resume and any questions to Kevin Trimble, director of Beyond Akeela, at kevin@campakeela.com

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Lead Counselor at Camp Moraine- 8 summer openings (Beverly, MA)

Camp Moraine is hiring 8 Lead Counselors for summer 2024. The job description is attached in the PDF below. The hours will be from 8AM-4:30PM Monday to Friday. The duration of the position will be from June 17-August 23. The pay will be $20-$28per hour.

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Assistant Director at Camp Moraine- 2 summer openings (Beverly, MA)

Camp Moraine is hiring 2 Assistant Directors. One for the seedling camp (age 4-6 years), and one for the sapling camp (age 7-13 years). The job description is attached in the PDF below. The hours will be from 8AM-4:30PM Monday to Friday. The duration of the position will be from June 12-August 23. The pay will be $30 per hour.

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