The Acton-Boxborough Regional School District is currently hiring for a number of positions. We are looking for Head Counselors, Arts and Crafts, Music and Drama Leaders, an aid for child with mobility issues and a Leadership and training Asst.
If you are interested in any of these positions please email Brnadette Keegan at Bkeegan@abschools.org or call me at 978-264-4700 ext 3986
While teacher certification is required for many positions (elementary, music, arts, P.E., librarian, and counselor), many do not. With your degree, you are qualified to teach in a position within your subject field in many of our private K-12 schools. We currently have about 1,500 open teaching jobs across our 750 member schools in the South.
As you celebrate with your fellow graduates, let Southern Teachers help you navigate your job search so that you can share the good news of both graduation and a job with your friends and family.
Here is how our process works:
· Apply: Fill out the quick online application at SouthernTeachers.com
· Interview: You will hear back from our team within 5-7 days. If we can be a good resource for you, you will be paired with a Placement Counselor who will learn more about the criteria of your job search.
· Connect: We connect you with schools that meet your job search parameters and ones that we believe would be a great fit. Our teacher placement team will be a resource every step of the way, and we will assist you with the final steps of accepting an offer!
Not Graduating Yet? Looking for a Summer Job?
On our Summer Jobs resource page, we have listed many summer camps and summer teaching programs in the South. Either would be a great experience to list on a resume if you are considering teaching in the future.
Today, we want to highlight Breakthrough Collaborative. Breakthrough recruits and trains teaching fellows from more than 250 colleges and universities to lead residencies during the summer months and out-of-school time throughout the school year. Some of our K-12 member schools host the Breakthrough summer programs, so it would be a great way to see a private school campus and community.
BOLD Summers is a summer camp program that focuses on providing high school students interested in pursuing a career in medicine with the opportunity to explore various aspects of the field. We are currently seeking motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join our team as Residential Counselors.
As a Residential Counselor for BOLD Summers, your students will have the opportunity to live on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus in Philadelphia, with room and board provided. They will also have the chance to participate in exciting excursions and activities throughout the program, all while serving as a mentor and role model for our campers.
Working as a Residential Counselor for BOLD Summers is an excellent opportunity for your students to gain valuable experience in the fields of education, while also building leadership skills and making lasting connections with their fellow counselors and campers.
If you believe you would be a good fit for this position, visit BOLD SUMMERS for more information.
Openings for instructional staff for the upcoming summer or academic semester with our MITES Summer Program, formerly MITES (in math, science, and humanities) and MITES Semester Program, formerly MOSTEC (six-month hybrid STEM and college preparation program from June-December).
The staff positions are all part-time, on-campus and paid positions. Prospective candidates can learn more about the staff positions and how to apply on our website.
Charles River School is a unique, inclusive independent PreK-8 school
in Dover, MA, which is just 16 miles west of Boston. CRS nurtures each
student by igniting curiosity, encouraging creativity, and cultivating
intellectual engagement. Our graduates know themselves, understand
others, and shape the future of our diverse world with confidence and
We are seeking an energetic middle school
educator to co-teach sixth grade. This teacher will be responsible for
planning and implementing the sixth grade math and science curriculum,
as well as collaborating on other aspects of the curriculum, including
the health and wellness curriculum and the teaching of digital
Please use the link below to find more information about the position available
Job opening for a Technology Engineering Teacher grades 6-8 in Carver starting next school year. The current teacher will be retiring and we are looking for someone to fill his shoes as well as to bring their own ideas. Carver Middle High School is a grade 6-12 school, and our TechEng program is thriving. We have recently had our high school Manufacturing, Technology, and Engineering program receive Innovation Pathway designation from the state, and along with this have come many grants. Because we are 6-12 in one building, our current middle school teacher is able to work closely with our high school teacher, and implement many new ideas.
Harry Lee, Executive Director of the Abaarso School will be on-campus to share information about their teacher opportunities in Africa. The first students in Somaliland to matriculate to college in 30 years and attending major ivy league universities. Come and learn more about the school, the region, and the impact you can have with students. More information can be found at www.abaarsoschool.org
Students can access the event and information on Handshake here:
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