Teacher Associate – elementary school (Cambridge, MA)

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School is looking for qualified candidates to join our community for SY 24-25. If you are working within the field of education; working in a community-based-organization that works with elementary school aged children or have experience relevant to assisting in the classroom, then consider becoming a Teacher Associate at The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School. 

To apply, please send your resume to: hr@banneker.org

To learn more about The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School, click here

Teaching Fellowship (2024-25) with Asian University for Women (Chittagong, Bangladesh)

Asian University for Women (AUW), dedicated to the education, empowerment, and leadership development of highly talented women from across Asia and the Middle East, announces a Teaching Fellows Program. Because preferential selection of students is given to underserved populations, such as garment workers, Rohingya refugees, tea plantation workers, Afghans permitted by the Taliban to leave, et al., almost all of whom do not have the needed skills for the rigor of undergraduate work, Pre- Undergraduate Programs have been established at AUW. Approximately half of the students at AUW are in these preparatory programs. Fellows will teach English, math, or computer science for 15 hours/week for one year in the Pre-Undergraduate Programs and will supervise one extra-curricular activity each term. The year-long teaching program begins mid-July 2024.

Compensation/benefits: These funded Fellowships include most of the expenses Fellows will incur during their year as an AUW Teaching Fellow. They include round-trip airfare from their home to Chittagong. Fees for Fellows’s visas will also be reimbursed. Fellows will receive a stipend of $1,000 per month, for twelve months, payable at the first of each month. Health services will be covered. Fellows will share fully furnished faculty apartments a short distance from the AUW campus. Those Fellows who wish to eat at the AUW dining hall are welcome to do so; Fellows who wish to cook for themselves can do so in the kitchens of their apartments.

For more information and to apply before the 4/20 deadline, visit the website here. For additional information about the teaching fellowship and AUW, please see the flyer and brochure below. If you have any questions, contact Hannah Taylor, Recruitment and Training Coordinator, at Hannah.Taylor@asian-university.org



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


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


  • 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)

English Teacher Long-Term Sub (Newton North High School)

Newton North High School is currently looking to fill three imminent long-term sub positions in the English department. The teaching load may include any of the following courses:
9th Grade English, 10th Grade Action Through Literature, 11th Grade AP Language and Composition, 12th Grade Women in Literature, 12th Grade Horror, Sci-Fi, and Dystopian Literature
If you are interested in any of these openings, please click the link to see more details and apply. Additionally, feel free to reach out to Dani Johnson, Assistant Department Head of the English department at NNHS, directly at this email address: johnsonda@newton.k12.ma.us.

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


Middle School Science Teacher (Melrose Public Schools)

Job Description

Title: Middle School Science Teacher Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School Qualifications:

  1. Degree in content specific field.
  2. Knowledge of current Massachusetts Frameworks expectations for Reading and Writing across the curriculum.
  3. Deep understanding of scientifically based reading research and evidence-based practices for teaching in science. Knowledge of best practices for assessing student progress toward achievement of standard.
  4. A minimum of 3 years of successful teaching experience.
  5. Excellent communication skills.
  6. Must be SEI endorsed.
  7. Successful completion of a Criminal Record Check (C.O.R.I.) and fingerprint check.

Learn more here.

3Point Lead Instructor/Teacher for Summer Academy (Dorchester & West Newton)

Dynamic and enthusiastic instructors needed to teach in a 5-week Summer Learning Academy
in Boston from Monday, July 8th – Friday, August 9th. The summer academies will be held at
UMass Boston in Dorchester and the Fessenden School in West Newton.

As a lead instructor/teacher with 3Point, you will inspire and teach youth to think critically,
problem solve, improve their communication and collaboration skills, and create projects using
today’s latest computer technologies. Training will be provided before the start of the summer
learning academy.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for and experience working with youth education. This is
a great opportunity for a flexible team player with a positive attitude and engaging
communication and teaching skills.

We are looking for instructors, certified to teach grades 5-8, who enjoy working with youth, and
have summer availability during the mornings, afternoon, or both; The summer program runs
from July 8th to August 9th from 7:30 am to 5 pm, each site has a slightly different schedule.
Teachers/Instructors will work from 9-12 pm, 9-4 pm, or 12-4 pm daily.

● $51.74/hr or the current BTU rate.
● Total compensation is set based on hours of work, including professional development,
on-site program time, and additional duties. Professional development hours shall not
exceed 20 hours.
● Site-specific job requirements, program hours, and training schedule to be determined
by the Summer Learning Academy program. Agreement to site-specific terms is required
for hire.
● Payroll will be processed on a biweekly basis after receipt of completed timesheets
following BPS summer payroll schedule.
● All employees must read and agree to the BPS 2024 Summer Program Terms of

● Position to begin the end of June/early July 2024(mandatory training) – August 9th, 2024
● Time is spent at one of the two sites, possibly meeting students at Roxbury Crossing to
be bussed to West Newton
● 20 or 40 hours a week, 5 weeks with additional training hours
● Hours consist between 7:30-5:00 pm M-F, depending on offer and availability

Qualifications – Required:
● Bachelor’s degree
● Massachusetts teaching license in 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade
● At least 1 year of formal teaching experience


An applicant should send a tailored cover letter highlighting relevant work experience
and a resume in PDF format to: info@go3point.org, subject line: Lead

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