Institute of Reading Development: Summer Positions

Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages 

Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2022 

The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our live online reading skills programs for students of all ages. Our programs provide students with the skills, books, and experiences they need to achieve greater success in school and beyond. 

As an Institute teacher you will: 

  • Earn between $600-$700 per week. 
  • Improve your teaching skills and confidence, gaining valuable teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to high school students. 
  • Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books. 

We provide comprehensive training and ongoing support for our teachers; we do not require teaching certification or experience. You must have a bachelor’s degree or higher and be available to teach classes five days a week, including both weekend days. We are looking for full-time teachers with availability to work 37-40 hours per week during the summer. There will be opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer.  

Successful Institute teachers: 

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure. 
  • Are responsible and hard-working, with strong communication and organizational skills. 
  • Are comfortable and confident with technology. 
  • Are patient and supportive with students and parents. 

Apply Now 

Learn more about us and our reading programs at

The College Advising Corps – Boston University 2022- 2023 Application is Now OPEN

The College Advising Corps-Boston University (CAC-BU) places well-trained, recent college graduates as full-time advisers in 33 area high schools (Boston Public Schools, Somerville High School, Malden High School & KIPP Lynn Academy) to help students navigate the complex processes of college admissions, matriculation and securing financial aid. For more information of the program, click here.

To apply, click here.

Seeking Teacher and Associate Teachers

Join Our Team of Awesome Educators!

Looking for a career in early childhood education? Bright Horizons is hiring full-time and part-time Teachers and Associate Teachers to join our centers in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Charlestown, and Somerville!

Join a world-class team of inspiring educators who are making a difference.

Bring your whole self to work. We want you to Be You.

Enjoy full benefits and numerous perks*including 401(k), health insurance, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, and free ECE degrees!

Visit to apply today!

Job Opportunities for Somerville Public Schools

Somerville Public Schools: Community Schools and Out of School Time Program

1) Enrichment Clubs – Somerville Public Schools is very interested in hiring community members who can teach a club or activity for at least 1 hr/week for a group of 10-15 students ranging from grades K-2nd or 3-5th. This could be an art club, music club, dance club, cooking club, literally anything that they feel passionate enough to teach to kids! We can pay an hourly all inclusive rate of $40-$95 depending on the kind of programming. Anyone providing enrichment clubs must pass a CORI check and confirm that they have been vaccinated. 

2) Staffing – Somerville Public Schools has full and part time positions in after school that pay $18-$26/hr based on experience. Hours are primarily from 2-6pm M-F with the opportunity to work school vacations and summer break. We have a number of positions listed on schoolspring, links below.

Homework teachers

Therapeutic specialists:

Part time assistant teacher:

Full time lead teacher:

Seeking Senior Instructional Designer

WPS Institute is hiring a Senior Instructional Designer to design immersive and transformative learning experiences for educators grounded in a distinct set of learning principles. This role is ideal for intellectually curious Humanities and STEM subject-matter experts who are excited by the opportunity to research, design, and execute deeply meaningful learning experiences.

To learn more about WPS, please visit our website at

Seeking Social Emotional Learning Program Intern

I am seeking a part-time paid intern to assist with outreach and research for a social/emotion learning program.

For the past 26 years (now via zoom), we have been presenting Social/Emotional Learning programs to over 5,000 NYC public school parents and teachers. The foundation of the program is that children thrive socially, emotionally and academically in a healthy home environment. The programs support parents in taking better care of themselves through yoga/mindfulness, enhanced nutrition and by developing essential life skills they can teach their children by example: skills such as focused listening, assertive communication, peaceful conflict resolution, forgiveness, exercising conscious choice and taking responsibility.

Ideally the applicant would have experience working with education organizations or be enrolled in graduate education but this is not a necessary qualification to apply for the position.

The intern would:

1. Support and understand this type of education.

2. Be proficient in doing the necessary research to identify organizations that support Social/Emotional Learning in public schools.

3. Be proficient in contacting and speaking with interested organizations.

4. Possibly assist in the zoom presentation of our programs.


· A part time position requiring approximately 10-15 hours per week

· $15 per hour that can be done at home.

· The position is available as soon as possible.

· Possibility for advancement or graduate credits

Please reply to with a resume and letter of interest.

For more information please go to

Seeking After School Staff at Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School (Cambridge, MA)

Job Description: After School Staff

Do you want to help future leaders learn to be positive, creative, confident and successful community members? Join our K-6 After School Team!The Banneker Extended Enrichment Program is an academic and social enrichment program committed to quality and to supporting children as they continue on their path of personal growth and education while learning how to become successful contributing members of society.In addition to academics, we encourage children to engage in creative play and in projects to learn about themselves and the world around them through crafted lessons and activities. Students are to work on homework, build good study habits, and explore activities and projects that may lead to lifelong interests and widen their world of possibilities.Students also learn basic conflict resolution and leadership skills. All students are supported and encouraged to feel safe to be themselves as they learn to work within the community while in the program.

Responsibilities include: working with a team to help with snack, recess, games, songs,activities, projects, and social skills.

When: Hours 1-6:30 Mon; 2-6:30 pm Tues-Fri on regular school days*we do have a Tuesday only option as well

Where: 21 Notre Dame Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140

Pay: between $15-$24 per hour based on demonstrated classroom management and curriculum experience.

Job Requirements: High School diploma, resume, references CORI, finger printing, experience working with elementary aged children

Qualities we are looking for: Professionalism, problem solving skills, adaptability, enthusiasm, leadership, teamwork, critical thinking skills. Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds; participate with students both indoors and outdoors,including walking to the park; communicate with students, co-workers and families; and follow EEC rules and regulations.Pluses include:second language skills (Haitian Creole, Spanish)EEC certification

Company Culture: We are a team of dedicated professionals, all working to give each and every child a positive, supportive, and educational (academic, social, and personal) experience every day. Every BEE team member is valued, both for the skills and strengths they bring to the students as well as how they strengthen the team. Each BEE team member maybe at different points along the path of professional development and growth, and we respect and support that space as they continually strive to move forward and gain skills to improve every child’s experience.Our goals as a program overall are quality and safety. Students should feel safe at all times when they are participating in any aspect of the BEE Program. And all aspects of the program should continually strive to be of the highest quality every day. Our families depend on our professionalism, dedication and respect for their children and themselves.The BEE Program is in Cambridge, MA, a world-class city that has many opportunities for education, and an array of social and cultural events available throughout the year.Public transportation is available. Many of our staff move on to become full-time teacher’s assistants at our school with our training.Come challenge yourself to grow, learn, and teach with our team

For more information or to apply, please contact Barbara Brothers

Barbara Brothers 617-968-6746

After School Programs Director

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School

21 Notre Dame Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140

Before School Care Staff Needed

Hurld Wyman Elementary is hiring!

They’re looking for 3 dependable, engaging, and creative individuals to run their Before School Care Program from 7:30 am-8:15 am daily.

Responsibilities include: greeting our students at the door with a smile, engaging students in morning activities, overseeing students eating breakfast brought from home, facilitating social interactions, and ensuring COVID mitigating measures.

This program is designed to assist Hurld Wyman families who need early drop-off to accommodate family morning schedules.

Interested candidates should contact Hurld Wyman at (781) 937-8243 or