Documentary Educational Resources ( DER ) is the only independent 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization fostering creation, preservation, and engagement in cross-cultural
documentary film. We connect filmmakers, educators and source communities through
production support, distribution, and access to non-fiction media.
We have a variety of film distribution and marketing/outreach projects that can be tailored to interns’ specific skills and interests. The internship provides a great opportunity to learn
about the changing business of educational media distribution and the history of
documentary film in a small, friendly office atmosphere.
POSSIBLE DUTIES INCLUDE:
■ Participate in marketing strategy and promotion of new releases.
■ Submit films to film festivals, academic journals, and conferences.
■ Assist in social media outreach.
■ Participate in film acquisitions meetings.
■ Assist staff members in creating mailing and other marketing lists.
■ Occasional general office tasks (I,e answer phone, pack DVD orders, etc)
Interns must be able to commit a minimum of 15 hours/week (days and times are flexible).
This internship is unpaid, but course credit is available.
Above all, an interest in documentary film, educational resources and global cultures, and
an eagerness to learn. Background/interest in education and/or anthropology a plus!
■ Strong written and oral communication skills.
■ Must be able to work independently according to instruction.
■ Experience using social media platforms (I.e Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).
■ Proficiency in Google Suite and Microsoft Office. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite applications, especially Photoshop, InDesign & Illustrator a plus, Filemaker or other databases, but not necessary.
Interested candidates should send a one page cover letter of interest and resume to
- Assist teachers in designing and implementing lesson plans that reflect the use of Best Practices and are correlated to the Math Common Core State Standards for the purpose of providing instruction that will increase academic achievement.
- Provide model lessons for teachers for the purpose of identifying effective instructional practices.
- Assist teachers with Math Curriculum scope, sequence, and pacing.
- Facilitate/provide onsite professional development sessions.
- Assist teachers with facilitating continuous assessment of student progress.
- Guide and assist grade levels in analyzing test data for the purpose of planning instruction that targets identified needs.
- Assist teachers in using flexible student groupings for the purpose of providing opportunities to accelerate academic performance.
- Work with Academy’s Leadership team to develop and implement a math professional development plan to support academic achievement.
- Master’s degree preferred with at least 3 years coaching experience.
- Massachusetts licensure: Elementary (1-6) or Mathematics (1-6) (5-8)
- Experience in urban school communities.
- Excellent organizational, planning and implementation skills.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong interpersonal skills with teachers, students and colleagues.
- Prior experience with data analysis/management
For more information visit: https://www.sjp2ca.org/the-academy/employment/
The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters
students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry
careers as data scientists. The program is free for Fellows and supported by
sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. In response
to the overwhelming interest in our earlier sessions, we will be holding
Who Should Apply:
Anyone who has already obtained a masters or PhD degree or who is within one
year of graduating with a masters or PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from
international students are welcome. Everyone else is encouraged to sign-up
for a future session.
In addition to the below in-person locations, we will have a remote online session:
- New York City
- San Francisco Bay Area
- Washington, DC.
All sections will be from 2019-09-16 to 2019-11-08.
We are assessing and interviewing candidates who apply for the Early Deadline
first and then based on remaining availability, will take candidates who
applied for the Regular Deadline on a first-come first-serve basis.
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minutes: Learn how to build a data-science project in our
Data Science in 30-minutes webcast. Signup soon as space is limited.
You can learn about our fellows at The
New York Times, LinkedIn,
One, or Palantir.
To read about our latest fellow alumni, check out our blog.
To learn more about The Data Incubator, check us out on Venture
Next Web, or Harvard
Graduate Office Assistant, Student Accessibility Services
Job Description: The
Student Accessibility Services office (or SAS) provides academic and non-academic
accommodations to students on the Medford campus, SMFA, and the Fletcher
school, and operates Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. SAS is seeking one graduate student, to
oversee the following programs 1.) Peer-Note-Taking Program and 2.) SAS Exam
Proctoring Program. The Graduate Office Assistants will also be responsible for
other administrative duties, as assigned.
Additional information about the two programs the GOA will
support can be found below:
- The Peer-Note-Taking program consists of hiring
and managing over 50 different undergraduate note-takers. The graduate student
will hire the note takers, provide guidance in best practices for note taking
and ensure that the student with the disability who requires the note taker
gets a copy of their notes in a timely fashion.
- The GOA will also assist the SAS Accommodations
Coordinator in proctoring and/or scribing/reading for students with
disabilities during their exams. Proctors may work with faculty or staff in
academic departments to secure exams, proctor students taking exams, as well as
ensuring exams are scanned after completion.
Job Requirements: Applicants
must be in a graduate program at Tufts. Applicants must be able to work on
average 15 hours/ week, in the SAS office space during business hours. Applicants
should be able to commit to regular staff meetings during the academic year
(these will be scheduled during the time that the applicant is due to be in the
office). Experience working with people with disabilities is preferred but not
necessary. Applicants must be reliable, well organized, detail oriented,
flexible and willing to take independent initiative to resolve problems as they
arise. Excellent oral and written skills are required and respect for
confidentiality must be maintained.
Interested applicants should send an email with a cover
letter, resume, and all work availability Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm to Samantha
Brumer at Samantha.Brumer@tufts.edu. The application deadline is Sunday August 11th at 11:59pm.
Contact Name: Samantha
Work Location: Student
Accessibility Services, Dowling Hall Suite 720
Start date: Ideally
the week of August 26th, but may be flexible.
First Branch Unified School District at Chelsea Public
School is a K-8 school located in Chelsea, Vermont. We are committed to building a community of
learners whose motto is “Learning, Community, Respect.” We are currently seeking a licensed
elementary teacher for intermediate elementary grades 3-4-5 to join our faculty
for the 2019-2020 school year. The
candidate shall possess the following:
- A current Vermont Teacher certification in Elementary Education. Additional endorsements preferred.
- Experiences working with elementary students.
- Demonstrates the ability to collaborate with colleagues.
- Demonstrates the ability to communicate with students and parents.
- Proven classroom management skills and instructional strategies.
- Ability to integrate technology in the classroom.
- Familiarity with Bridges Mathematics and Fountas & Pinnell Materials and Assessments preferred.
Qualified candidates please apply on-line at School
Spring.com (Job Id #3113392)
Deadline: July 5,
Please visit our website at www.chelseaschoolvt.org. Questions may be addressed to:
Mark A. Blount
Chelsea Public School
6 School Street
Chelsea, VT 05038
Fund for the Public Interest is currently hiring students to join their summer campaign staff in over 30 cities across the country but I am focused on working with students in the Boston/Cambridge area. Students will get the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in grassroots organizing, learn valuable communication skills and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of campaign actions including: running media events, coalition building, canvassing, and writing editorials, all while being paid as members of the staff.
Contact: Lindsey Moreau, Cambridge Office Summer Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Horizons Fellowship supports outstanding undergradute and graduate students (of any year) in their pursuit to combine technology into their existing course of study. The Horizons Fellowship gives STEM majors the ability to learn about real-world technology and build advanced software products.
Our world is becoming increasingly multidisciplinary in nature. Horizons is designed to provide access to a modern technology skill set for students like those in your department.
Interested candidates can start an application here!