Summer Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU)

For Liberal Arts Institutions

Supported by a $2.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU) program provides undergraduate STEM majors, planning to pursue a teaching career in science or seriously interested in exploring such a career, with an immersive summer experience in secondary mathematics or science education. 

Each year, 24 STEM undergraduates selected from a network of 61 liberal arts institutions take part in a 6-week summer program that integrates a mathematics or science pedagogy course with a teaching practicum. Twelve students per summer participate in the mathematics TEU program at Brown University, and 12 participate in the science TEU program at Trinity College.  TEU participants are awarded a stipend ranging from $2,500 to $3,500 depending on whether or not they choose to receive degree credit for the pedagogy course and on the student’s financial aid status at his/her home institution. 


APPLY – DEADLINES FEB. 28, 2020·      

Available Positions for Coding 101

Program Overview:

This 3-week Summer Intensive, offered by Tufts’ University College to rising High School juniors and seniors, will enable students to begin to master the skills necessary to build interactive applications (using Python) that solve real world problems, regardless of initial skill level. Visits with local tech companies (‘Tech Treks’) supplement in-class instruction and introduce students to the vast array of career paths available in the ever-expanding world of technology.

Program Director

  • Light planning leading up to program (logistics, hiring, scheduling, etc.) supported by University College staff
  • Overall logistics and coordination while program is in-session (July 12-31)
  • Chaperone on field trips
  • Attend opening / closing dinners and events
  • Other duties as needed
  • $4,000 compensation

Course Instructor

  • Instruct the three-week course: July 12-31, 9am – 11:30am M-F
  • Develop curriculum and block schedule in consultation with Program Director
  • Identification of TAs and module speaker
  • Attend opening / closing dinners and events
  • Other duties as needed
  • $8,615 compensation (standard summer instructor rate)


Education internships at Vermont and Wisconsin summer camps

“Working at Akeela was definitely one of the most meaningful and Fulfilling jobs I’ve had and I loved every minute I was there.”

We’re a traditional overnight camp in Vermont and Wisconsin. Our VT camp is on 400 acres in the Green Mountains. Our WI camp and Beyond Akeela (a college readiness program) are set on a beautiful college campus. Many of our campers have been diagnosed with Asperger’s a related ASD profile. All are bright, kind and “quirky” kids looking to develop deeper connections with peers.

Unparalleled hands-on, real world experience with neurodiverse youth; Build your resume and make professional connections; Hone your leadership, communication, collaboration and critical thinking skills; Competitive salary package, including room and board; Play an integral role in a vibrant & diverse community that changes kids’ lives!

Camp dates 2020

  • Vermont: June 18 – August 16
  • Wisconsin: June 22 – July 24
  • Beyond Akeela (WI): June 22 – August 7

READY TO APPLY? Please visit OR contact us at or 866-680-4744

Digital Product and Curriculum Specialist

The deadline to apply is October 25, 2019.
Submit your resume and cover letter to:

Billion Oyster Project
The Billion Oyster Project (BOP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to restore oyster reefs to New York Harbor through public education initiatives. We lead a large-scale marine restoration effort to restore one billion live oysters in New York Harbor by 2035.

BOP engages the community through its restoration-based STEM education programs for
middle and high-school students, its collection program with NYC restaurants to collect oyster shells for reef substrate, and its volunteer program, which enables New Yorkers to get involved in hands-on community science restoration work.

Billion Oyster Project was born out of the New York Harbor School (NYHS), a public high school which provides a college preparatory education built upon New York City’s marine & maritime industry. NYHS remains Billion Oyster Project’s flagship education partner, instilling the ethics of environmental stewardship and the needed skills for careers on the water. As sophomores, Harbor School students enroll in one of seven career and technical education (CTE) programs including Aquaculture, Vessel Operations, Marine Biology Research, Professional Diving, Ocean Engineering, Maritime Policy & Advocacy, and Marine Systems Technology. Each CTE program has a role within the work of Billion Oyster Project, extending students’ education from
the classroom into a real-world context.

Our Vision
A future in which New York Harbor is the center of a rich, diverse and abundant estuary. The communities surrounding this complex ecosystem will help shape its vitality and in return enjoy its many benefits, including endless opportunities for work, education and recreation. The harbor is a world-class public space, well used and well cared for—our Commons.

Our Ethos

Restoration through Education
We believe that restoration without education is fleeting. To ensure the long-term health and productivity of our natural environment we must teach young people to care for, monitor and restore their Harbor.
Education through Restoration
We believe that students learn best when applying their studies to a large-scale ecosystem restoration project that challenges them to become active participants and takes them out of the classroom, down to the water’s edge to experience the ecosystem first-hand. We prioritize educational programs that are site-specific, project-based, and inquiry-based and that integrate a field work component.

Position Overview

The Billion Oyster Project is seeking a Digital Product and Curriculum Specialist to develop computational science training and curriculum for NYC public school teachers and students and to coordinate product management for the project’s web based digital platform.

This position is funded through two three year National Science Foundation grant awards with the primary goals of: increasing students’ NY Harbor restoration and STEM content knowledge, confidence in doing field research activities, and interest in STEM careers; increasing teachers’ NY Harbor restoration and STEM content knowledge, instructional skills, and inquiry-based field research practice, and; increasing underrepresented students’ motivation, interest in and preparation for pursuing STEM careers.

This position offers the opportunity to create unique restoration-science STEM curriculum while overseeing the development of an innovative web based learning platform.

Required Qualifications
● Master’s degree in a relevant science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM)
field or a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM discipline and a master’s degree in Education.
● Professional experience developing middle and/or high school student curriculum in
computer and data science
● Professional experience delivering middle and/or high school teacher professional
development training in computer and data science
● Experience managing web based projects, including overseeing the work of one or more
● Experience using computers for complex data analysis

Desired Qualifications
● Teaching experience in NYC middle or high schools
● Working knowledge of programming languages such as Python or other programming
languages suited to data analysis, API development and data management
● Knowledge of environmental restoration, environmental science or marine biology
● Ability to work in a team environment with collaborative and inclusive approaches

Billion Oyster Project is fueled by the passion and commitment of its growing team. Enthusiasm for the work of engaging students, teachers and the public in the restoration of their natural environment is an expectation for the position. Candidates should be adaptable, resilient and comfortable working collaboratively on complex projects with various stakeholders.


Master’s degree in a science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) or computer
science discipline or a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM related discipline and a master’s degree in Education.

Compensation and Benefits:

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Benefits include group health plan, a generous vacation policy and an inspiring working environment on Governors Island in New York Harbor.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the communities we serve. We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Billion Oyster Project believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success as an organization, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.


Interested candidates should upload a brief cover letter and resume/CV to the link provided.

*Any person working in the New York City DOE buildings, working with NYC DOE students or who has access to NYC DOE confidential information is required by New York State law to undergo a security clearance, including fingerprints, prior to commencing services. All prospective employees (either working for NYC DOE or for a Vendor) must have a security clearance before starting work. No one can be fingerprinted by the NYC DOE or undergo the security clearance unless they have been added to the organization or agency’s PETS (Personnel Eligibility Tracking System) roster.

MATH TEACHER GR 7-8 (MATERNITY LEAVE) – Conservatory Lab Charter School- Dorchester, MA

Job Details

  • Job ID: 3156651
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Posted : October 2, 2019
  • Starting Date: January 6, 2020

Job Description

This is a temporary (math) position with the CLCS. It is anticipated the successful candidate will, at a minimum, work full time during the period of January 2020 – May 29, 2020

Conservatory Lab Charter School empowers a diverse range of children as scholars, artists, and leaders through a unique and rigorous academic and music education. We enrich the larger community through performance, service, and collaboration. As a laboratory school, we develop and disseminate innovative educational approaches that will positively impact children in other schools and programs.

Conservatory Lab Charter School seeks teachers who are passionate about Expeditionary Learning, teaching and learning, and El Sistema, music integration, in symphony with colleagues. We seek innovative, collaborative, and community-oriented educators who desire to build a unique culture and improve practice through reflection, professional development, and coaching.

Conservatory teachers work in teams to ensure that the school’s academic standards are rigorous, clear, measurable, and aligned with Common Core. The math teacher will work with the middle school team to build a supportive learning environment, encouraging shared responsibility and leadership for the school and community. The School provides professional development integrated into the schedule every Wednesdays, as well as daily opportunities to meet and plan with colleagues.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Develop and teach curriculum that is aligned with the academic standards of the school and the State of Massachusetts, as well as Expeditionary Learning practices;
Utilize the Massachusetts Mathematics frameworks to develop dynamic units that support a range of learners;
Develop assessments in grade level teams that measure progress toward the academic standards;
Nurture, maintain, and communicate high academic expectations for all students;
Incorporate direct instruction, small group work, projects, and cooperative learning to engage all students;
Work in collaboration with support staff to problem solve and identify innovative, practical, and effective differentiation strategies to meet student learning needs and close achievement gaps by linking assessment to instruction;
Collaborate with support staff to develop instructional techniques and create classroom environments that align with the School’s curriculum;
Identify student needs and partner with support staff in assessing and supporting students’ health, social, and academic improvements;
Maintain regular communication with parents/caregivers about student progress
Collaborate with other personnel at the school;
Articulate school culture, vision, and mission to students and parents;
Share responsibility for celebrating grade level and school-wide activities;
Build a safe and supportive classroom culture, by teaching and overseeing daily “crew” to support community building and social emotional learning;
Serve on school-wide teams and committees as needed;
Reflect on practice, using feedback from coach and instructional team to refine practice and improve student learning;
Participate in regular sessions to look at student work (LASW), analyze data, and plan collaboratively; and
Other duties as assigned


Bachelor’s Degree in related content
Strong oral and written communication skills

2-3 years of experience working with urban youth
Master’s Degree and certification
SEI endorsement
Experience in inclusion or Special needs classrooms

Salary commensurate with experience.

Please apply by:
Sending a cover letter and resume to
Include subject line: Math Teacher Maternity Leave

  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Positions Available: 1

Job Category : Classroom Teacher > Math: General

Job Requirements

  • At least 2 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

  • Human Resources
  • 2120 Dorchester Ave
  • Dorchester, Massachusetts 02124
  • Phone: 617-254-8904
  • Fax: 617-254-8909

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Middle School Program Director – Tutoring Plus of Cambridge -Cambridge, MA

Tutoring Plus of Cambridge – Cambridge, MA
$36,000 – $40,000 a year

Tutoring Plus of Cambridge is a local nonprofit that provides free tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programs to students in grades 4-12. Our organization strives toward educational equity and centers on the belief that every young person deserves access to opportunities to learn and grow. We are a grassroots organization with a passionate, committed staff.

The Middle School Program Director reports to the Executive Director and will manage all middle school 1:1 sites and enrichment programs, including overseeing curriculum design, managing program staff, conducting school outreach and assisting with program evaluation. The Middle School Program Director will work closely with the Elementary Program Director and also offer support for all programs as needed. This position requires youth work experience, strong interpersonal skills, program management ability, and general flexibility. Duties and responsibilities broadly support program quality and operations.


  • Manage all middle school 1:1 tutoring and mentoring programs, including
  • Oversee curriculum design to support intentional, researched social-emotional learning activities
  • Train, supervise and support program site staff to ensure safe space for students, high quality and consistent programming, and effective volunteer engagement
  • Serve as main point of contact with teachers and school personnel regarding shared students
  • Support data collection and analysis across all programs
  • Manage all middle school enrichment programs/initiatives (I Build, T++ Coders, Girls’ Media, Real Talk)
  • Lead student recruitment and registration processes
  • Support program managers in curricula development and session preparation
  • Develop and implement evaluation tool for each enrichment program/initiative
  • Provide evaluation support for all programs and lead yearly data evaluation process
  • Liaise with community partners including schools, families, other OST programs and other service providers to promote holistic programmatic outcomes
  • Participate in program evaluations and coordinate annual Quality Improvement System (QIS) process
  • Attend relevant community meetings and events to promote the organization
  • Other organizational tasks as assigned


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Commitment to the goals and mission of Tutoring Plus
  • Prior youth work experience with a diverse student demographic
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Ability to interact appropriately with students, families, volunteers, community partners, donors and Board members
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to prioritize, manage multiple projects, plan ahead and meet deadlines
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Willingness to adapt to changing situations
  • Sense of humor
  • Prior experience working with special education, behavior disorders or literacy intervention a plus
  • Ability to travel around Cambridge

Hours and Salary

  • Typical week will be 35-40 hours, M-Th from 10am-7:30pm; flexible Fridays
  • Flexible July and August scheduling
  • Salaried position; salary based on experience and qualifications ($36,000-40,000)

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in the position plus a resume. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $36,000.00 to $40,000.00 /year

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development assistance

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Academic Tutor – Winchester

My name is Sarah Berkley and I am a recent graduate of the School Psychology program at Tufts. I am currently looking for an academic tutor for my 16-year-old cousin in Winchester, MA. She will be entering the eleventh grade this fall and we are looking for someone to meet with her once or twice a week (for an hour to two hours depending) to help with academic coursework, as well as executive functioning skills such as time management, study skills, and organizational techniques. Details such as rate, meeting space, and scheduling can be discussed. If you are interested or would like to discuss further, please reach out to my aunt, Maureen Berkley, by phone at 781-910-9749 or by email at

Playgroup Facilitator

Organization: Somerville Family Learning Collaborative (SFLC), Department of Family and Community Engagement for Somerville Public Schools

Description: The “Playgroup Facilitator” supports the implementation of developmentally appropriate playgroups for children ages birth-5. The Facilitator is responsible for the day-to-day running of playgroups ensuring the provision of a safe, welcoming and active learning environment for all children and their families.

Hours: Part Time 12-18.75 hour per week pending applicant availability
Salary: $22.97 per hour

Location: 42 Prescott Street, Somerville, MA

To learn more and apply, please visit:

Graduate Assistant – Digital Learning Assistant

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Education

The graduate assistant will support faculty and the director of online programs in the development of course materials and other resources for the new online Master of Arts in Teaching program.  The role will provide experience on how online courses are developed and the different teaching methods and pedagogies utilized in online instruction.

The primary duties of the graduate assistant include:

  • Assisting faculty in identifying and locating digital resources for use in instruction, including assisting with copyright clearance approval.
  • Assisting in the development of content for use in online courses under the direction of faculty and the online program director.
  • Reviewing content to ensure it meets technical requirements and design standards as set forth by the program and its third-party course production partner.
  • Assist the program director with the creation of student handbooks and other program documentation
  • Work with the program media team on the development of any course or faculty development content.

Desired Skills

  • Strong writing, analytical, and troubleshooting skills
  • Experience creating documentation and writing concisely to explain a concept or task
  • Ability to generate creative solutions to potential problems
  • Ability to communicate effectively with faculty and students
  • Familiarity with media/digital design such as creating multimedia presentations, and sourcing royalty-free images.
  • Comfortable with using and generating content with MS Office Suite, Adobe, Google Apps.
  • Willing to learn and troubleshoot new technologies.

Start Date: Immediate, up to 10 hours a week.

Interested Candidates can contact Rebecca Petersen at

Part-time Middle School Job Opportunity – Newton, MA

Middle School After-School Program in Newton Highlands seeks energetic, creative, self-motivated and enthusiastic individual to join a small teaching team working with children in grades 6-8. Part-time hours are from 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 12-6 pm. Tuesday afternoons. This position begins August 28 and runs until the end of the school year in June 2020.

Individuals must have a related degree and/or experience working with school-age children, along with background in recreation, the arts and/or sports is a big plus. Experience working with children w/ special needs is also helpful. Our teachers enjoy engaging in a wide range of creative and fun activities in a warm and supportive environment.

Salary range $18-20 per hour plus additional benefits.

We’re located a block from the MBTA D line and the #59 bus.

Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Additional Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or studying for a degree.
  • Ability to create a warm, welcoming and positive culture with middle school children.
  • Ability to work well with others and collaborate, team-oriented and flexible.
  • Strong communication skills
  • Warm and engaging personality
  • Self-motivated and willingness to work independently.