Cambridge Rindge & Latin School Assistant Coach for Boys Crew (Spring)

The Varsity Assistant’s primary responsibilities are to ensure the safety of the athletes, assist the Head Coach in implementing the daily training plan, and be available to assist with tasks  required to ensure a safe and successful Spring season outside of practice hours. The Varsity Assistant Coach is expected to attend practices and races for the duration of the Spring season. 

The Varsity Assistant should be comfortable working with teenage boys and have experience teaching or coaching youth. The Varsity Assistant must be comfortable around water and willing to learn basic boat rigging, launch driving, and coaching skills. Rowing experience is preferred but not required.

The Varsity Boys practice six days per week at the Cambridge Boat Club:
Mon/Tue 3:30-5:30 PM
Wed/Thur/Fri 5:30-7:30 PM
Sat 10:00-1:00 PM

The Assistant Coach is expected to arrive 15-30 minutes prior to the start of practice and should anticipate staying ~15-30 minutes after. Races take place most weekends in April and May.

Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree

This is a paid position. 

CRLS Crew is a free, co-ed, public high school rowing team based in Cambridge, MA and trains out of the Cambridge Boat Club.

For more information contact Head Coach Kate Smith at

Instructional Design Assistant (Fall 2023 Internship)

The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University.  The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. 

Duration: 9/5/23 – 12/15/23 (flexible)
Hours Per Week: 10-12 hours (flexible)
Days of Work & Work Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Pay Rate: $18-20.00/hour
This is a remote internship opportunity

Internship Description
The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University. The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. This is a term-based position for the Fall 2023 with potential to extend into the Spring 2024 semester.

Internship Responsibilities
Under close supervision and guidance, responsibilities include:
• Assist with the building of new courses in the Canvas learning environment using content provided by the academic program
• Assist with the quality assurance review of courses in Canvas using a standardized checklist and procedure
• Provide maintenance support for existing courses on an as-needed basis
• Assist with planning and facilitating training and other faculty development events
• Provide support on select projects for the Design or Video team as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Basic Qualifications
• Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
• Ability to efficiently manage time, multi-task as needed, and effectively navigate shifting priorities
• Familiarity with MS Office, Google Drive, and basic Canvas features
• High level of comfort with technology and ability to upskill rapidly
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
• Customer focus
Desired Qualifications
• Interest or experience in online learning, instructional design, or instructional technology
• Interest or knowledge of basic graphic design or web design

Application process timeline

  • March 28: Application deadline
  • April 3 – 12 : Interview with selected applicants
  • Week ending April 14: Intern selection communicated

The deadline for the application is Tuesday, March 28.  Interested student can apply via this link

CEEO Summer Coordinator

CEEO Summer Coordinator for K-8 Design and Engineering Workshops

Application – for applying:

Application Deadline: April 3, 2023 

Job Description

Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) runs summer programs for students entering 1st through 9th grade. There are two workshops that happen at the same time and a series of different tasks involved with making those workshops run efficiently. We are looking for a summer employee who will be responsible for all of the behind the scenes work to make this operation run smoothly. Tasks will include preparation of registration materials, early morning check in (8AM) each Monday, communication with parents regarding registration and daily updates on workshop progress, ordering lunch, scheduling teaching assistant (TA) shifts and covering shifts when needed, taking photos and uploading them, and other tasks needed to make sure the workshops are successful. 

Workshop information can be found here: Elementary School Summer Workshops, Middle School Summer Workshops

If you decide this is the job for you, you are punctual, patient, self motivated, have good customer service, work well independently and with others, and proficient with email, google spreadsheets, and other basic microsoft office products. 
Salary range is between $20-$30 depending on experience. 

Start date varies in June 2023 but must be available June 26th through August 4th 2023

Job Responsibilities

  • Registration
    • Organize and format registration for each workshop
    • Check in and check out students during registration process
  • Communication to parents
    • Email before workshop
    • Email each day of learning goals from the day
  • Take photos
  • Order lunch
  • Support Student Management
    • Talking with participants who are upset or need a break
  • Parent concerns – be the “adult” or person in charge on site 

Job Requirements

  • Experience in customer service 
  • Experience with kids
  • Experience with organizing events 
  • Clear and effective communication skills
  • Background check
  • Ability to problem solve and work independently 
  • Must be on site and available M-F 8AM-5PM between June 23 through August 4 with option to start the job around June 21st.

Tufts CEEO is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice (DEIJ) and has a strong dedication to sustainability initiatives. 

We work to hire a diverse team at Tufts CEEO and are actively seeking students who are under-represented in higher education. We encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or other characteristics. To read more about our DEIJ Action Plan, check out our DEIJ website:
Tufts CEEO is also a certified green office and functions in an environmentally friendly manner in accordance with green office policy and procedures.

Experienced Outdoor, Early Childhood Educator Cooperative Forest School

Cooperative Forest School is a forest school morning program in Stoneham, MA for children ages 2-7, in the process of state-licensing with the Department of Early Education and Care.  

Since July 2022, we have been running as a parent-led coop and are looking to bring on a facilitator. We are committed to the principles of community care, open play, collaboration, exploration, nurturing and environmental stewardship. United by a commitment to play-based outdoor education, we came together amidst the pandemic to create a much needed community and a deliberate and safer learning environment for our children.  Coop Forest School has a modified cooperative structure involving the caregivers and parents.

We are looking for an Experienced, Outdoor Educator to join our adventure in care and community and to lead our program, 5 days a week. This is a 20-25 hr/week position with the possibility of additional hours.


  • Lead the Cooperative Forest School program 5 mornings per week during the school year, alongside a parent co-teacher. 
  • Make sure children are safe and supported.
  • Observe children’s behavior and learning, and foster problem solving, collaboration, confidence building and imagination by providing scaffolding experiential learning based on those observations.
  • Maintain visual and auditory supervision of children at all times to ensure their safety in the forest and on any field trips
  • Help children resolve and negotiate conflicts when they arise; support development of self-regulation, impulse control and coping mechanisms through supporting conflict resolution; use consistent techniques in guiding children’s behavior.
  • Develop strong positive partnerships with families, students, and possible co-teachers.
  • Use positive, appropriate and supportive language with children.
  • Embrace a wide variety of weather conditions as pedagogical inspiration. 
  • Communicate clearly and respectfully with children, caregivers, and other teachers. 
  • Coordinate with Cooperative Forest School core team on planning, preparation and organization.


  • Experience in early childhood education and/or outdoor/nature education programs.  
  • Strong emotional intelligence, including empathy and listening skill set.
  • Loves working with young children and is energetic and passionate about working one-on-one with children, as well as with groups of children.
  • Demonstrates working knowledge of hazards and risk assessment as related to the environments of young children.
  • Able to work cooperatively and collaboratively in an all outdoor, forest setting, and open and flexible to new idea.
  • Dedication to place-based education and a passion for exploring the natural environment. Working knowledge of local flora, fauna, and seasonal changes is a plus!
  • Physically able to walk up to 2 miles a day, in all weather, and lift objects of up to 50lbs.
  • Current Emergency First Aid and Child CPR certificate; (or willing to obtain quickly)
  • Comfortable with meeting children where they are on a given day.
  • Reliable transportation.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Formal studies in the core subjects of Early Childhood Education 
  • At least one to two years preschool teaching experience
  • Knowledge of forestry, environmentalism, conservation, herbology, any and all Earth based / nature based wisdom or knowledge 
  • Interest in collaboratively creating alternative approaches to schooling and community-building. 

Salary: Competitive, and Based upon Experience, starting at $24 /hour. Salary will include paid time off for breaks and holidays.

Cooperative Forest School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to building a diverse, inclusive staff reflective of our community. We especially encourage applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color, people with disabilities, and members of the LGTBQIA+ community.

How to apply: Send a 1) resume and 2) short note describing your teaching philosophy to Mary Jirmanus Saba or 

Note: We are working to keep our children and extended families and communities as safe as possible. To this end, we are following a layered protections system. We will ask all children and educators to wear high quality masks at all times. We will also keep a community care agreement where we update one another of COVID exposures and symptoms, and plan to implement surveillance testing. We are committed to fair labor practices. This includes COVID pay in case of exposure, quarantine or illness.  

Special Education Director, Camp Kaleidoscope (Newton)

Camp Kaleidoscope’s Special Education Director provides direct service to campers with special needs and behavioral challenges through facilitating supportive, effective camper and staff interactions. Camp Kaleidoscope is a nurturing environment for creative individuals. Parents on staff may have their children attend for free! (Tax implications may apply.) Camp Kaleidoscope offers free camp bus service from Cambridge, Brookline, Framingham, Sudbury and Wayland.

JCC Greater Boston is deeply committed to valuing and celebrating the uniqueness of each constituent. We welcome staff and participants from diverse backgrounds. While being proudly Jewish, we strive in every way to provide an open and welcoming setting for all, irrespective of personal practices, beliefs or background. We are guided by JCC Greater Boston core values — Belonging, Joyfulness, Collaboration and Transformation — which resonate with many who do not identify as Jewish.

Salary for the season is $5,500–$6,200. The salary offered will ultimately be determined by the scope of the position, the candidate’s relevant experience, and internal equity. The Special Education Director must be available for the full camp season as well as orientation, training, and pre-camp meetings the week of June 20. Hours are 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday, with staff meetings on Mondays to 5:15pm. Additional pre-camp hours may be scheduled at mutually agreed upon times with additional remunerationIf you want to make a difference and enjoy working with children, please apply today!

Responsibilities of Special Education Director

Prior to camp

  • Meet with camper families, as needed
  • Plan and lead staff orientation activities

During camp season

  • Support campers ages 5–16 daily
  • Communicate with parents and caregivers regularly
  • Identify and utilize strategies to help children with mild special needs and behavioral challenges
  • Provide information to parents, caregivers and staff regarding topics of typical and atypical child development and behavior
  • Facilitate weekly staff meetings; attend daily staff check-ins and partner on a daily basis with Director and Assistant Director


  • Has college or graduate degree in education, special education, social work, counseling or related field
  • Has 2+ years of experience teaching and/or counseling school-age children
  • Has an upbeat, outgoing personality
  • Is able to build strong relationships with children, staff, and parents
  • Is capable of working in a fast-paced environment and thinking on their feet
  • Is adaptive to change


In addition to a rewarding position where you care for a community, the JCC Greater Boston provides competitive benefits including:

  • parents have their children attend camp for free the weeks the parent is working if space is available (tax implications may apply)
  • a competitive salary
  • summer access to the JCC indoor facility (gym, basketball court, indoor pool)
  • outstanding working environment including convenient, free parking

If you or anyone you know might be interested in learning more, please reach out to myself or to anyone on the camp team at for more details.

To apply, go to

Theater Teacher, The Fessenden School (West Newton)

Company: The Fessenden School

Position: Theater Teacher

Position Type: Full Time Faculty, Exempt

Start Date: 8/21/23

About Us

The Fessenden School is an all-boys independent day and boarding school serving 525 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 9th Grade in West Newton, MA.  The Fessenden School’s mission is to cultivate each boy’s talents and develop in balance his character, mind, and body in an inclusive and joyful community.  For more than 100 years, The Fessenden School has offered state-of-the-art facilities, curriculum, and programs specifically designed to meet the educational needs of boys.

Position Summary

The Fessenden School seeks a full-time Middle and Upper School Theater teacher. The teacher will be a member of the Arts Department, teaching semester-long introductory theater courses for grades 5 and 6, and semester-long elective courses for grades 7-9. Current elective offerings include Theater Tech, Shakespeare and Stage Combat, a fall play production, and a spring musical production. The teacher will be responsible for assessing students throughout the school year, crafting narrative comments and assigning effort grades each semester. In addition to teaching duties, the Theater teacher will maintain the Class of 1985 Auditorium and provide technical support for all performances in the venue, including Lower School grade level productions, Winter and Spring Music Concerts, and various community events. 

Essential Responsibilities

The essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Teach and stay current with curriculum and 21st-century learning
  • Incorporate project-based learning, educational technology, differentiated learning, and cultural competency into teaching and learning
  • Exemplify the School’s mission and community principles, including honesty, compassion, and respect 
  • Maintain all documentation connected with the curriculum and students
  • Collaborate with the Director of Arts and Music faculty to provide technical support for theatrical performances in the Class of 1985 Auditorium
  • Attend faculty meetings; typically on Mondays from 4:30pm to 5:45pm
  • Attend professional development meetings; three 8:30am to 4:00pm and three 3:00pm to 5:00pm
  • Maintain regular and reliable attendance
  • Maintain current CPR/AED & first aid certification and child abuse prevention training
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Orientation: August 21st and 22nd
  • School Year: August 28th to June 11th
  • Monday to Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Theater or Education 
  • Two years of experience in instructing children in an academic program
  • Ability to maintain and operate theatrical lighting and sound equipment
  • Ability to develop and provide differentiated instruction to meet the learning needs of a range of students
  • Enthusiasm and communication skills to engage boys and build meaningful relationships
  • Strong supervisory and leadership skills to manage and control a classroom
  • Ability to perform critical thinking, organization, prioritization, and problem-solving with minimal supervision
  • Ability to serve in a diverse community of colleagues, students, and parents
  • Demonstrated commitment to inclusion, justice, diversity, and equity
  • A commitment to boys and boys’ education
  • Successful criminal background check

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Master’s degree in Theater or Education 
  • Professional theater experience 
  • Teaching certification 

Physical Demands and Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that are essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions. The requirements for performing the duties of this position are as follows: 

  • Frequently required to walk, stand, sit, talk, and hear 
  • Regularly required to bend, stoop, crouch and/or kneel
  • Occasionally required to lift and/or move objects weighing up to 25 pounds
  • Majority of work is performed in a school/classroom environment, and the noise level in the environment is usually moderate.

To Apply

Submit an application through Fessenden Career Site.  A cover letter, resume and contact information for three references are required.

Math Tutor for 3rd grader (West Medford)

Hello- we’re seeking a math tutor for our daughter in 3rd grade.  She’s kind, funny and smart and is struggling with her math currently.  The ideal candidate will have experience working with kids, a good sense of humor and the ability to explain 3rd grade math in an approachable way.  Tutor can ideally use their own transportation/public transportation to our West Medford home.  

$45 per hour compensation. Thursdays or Fridays at 4 would be ideal time, but we can consider other times as well.
Please contact Karen at to express interest and discuss details.
Thank you and look forward to hearing from you!

Summer Position at Windridge Tennis and Sports Camp

Job title: Head Boys Counselor at Windridge Tennis and Sports Camp, Vermont

Job description: Oversee and manage counselors (specifically male staff) in their duties making sure that they are taking care of their campers and providing a safe and nurturing environment for children to develop at camp. Responsibilities throughout the day involve:

  • Monitoring camper supervision
  • Setting time off assignments
  • Making daily meal time announcements
  • Inspecting cabins

As head boys counselor you will be the main person to deal with and provide counselors with support on any camper issues (i.e. homesickness, bullying, parental update requests etc.). Other duties may include:

  • Run and assist evening activities with other management staff
  • Keeping track of birthdays
  • Creating laundry schedules
  • Assign buddy cabins and night off groups

If you would like more information please contact Elizabeth Bremner at or head to our website (Overnight Sports Camps for Kids — Windridge Tennis & Sports Camps ( and complete a staff application.

Charles River School: Nurse


Charles River School actively seeks candidates who will contribute and are committed to a diverse school community and inclusive educational practices. Interested individuals should send a resume and letter of interest to (please use “nurse” as the subject line) and fill out the CRS Employment Application by clicking this link: