Job Description: We are looking for an after-school babysitter for our 4 children (14 yo, 11 yo, 9 yo, 5 yo) to make sure they get home from school safely (almost always walking on their own), supervise them, and drive to/from after-school activities as needed. We are an active and busy family and the kids love to play outside and do Legos. The older ones don’t need much supervision so most of the direct care will be watching the younger ones. We also have a big, friendly dog so must be okay around dogs. Will need a car to get here and drive kids but we are only about 10 minutes from Tufts.

Hours: Looking for T/W/Th 2-6 pm but have a little flexibilityso please reach out if interested and we also would consider hiring 2 people to fill the time as needed. Could add Monday or Friday afternoon hours some weeks if interested (but not required).

Start Date: Ideally September 6, 2022

Pay: $22/hour.

Contact: If interested please email me at

Seeking after school care for 6YO in West Medford

Our family is looking for a part-time babysitter to care for our 6YO son after school Monday through Friday. The ideal candidate will love to play outside and can help with homework and other activities like legos. Willingness to help with meal prep is a plus!
Start date: On or around August 29. (We may have some flexibility here, so reach out if you’re interested.)
Schedule: Mondays/Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays: 2:30 to 6 p.m. & Wednesdays 1:30 to 6 p.m. (Again, we may have some flexibility here, so reach out if you’re interested.)
Requirements: COVID vaccinated/boosted; babysitting references; ability to get to our home/our son’s school independently (our home is very close to the intersection of Winthrop St. & Lawrence Rd., and our son will be at the Brooks School on High St.)
Pay: Starting at $25/hour
Location: West Medford
Contact: email Emily at

After School Program Support and Substitute Positions

The Atrium School in Watertown, MA needs someone who can work in their After School Program Monday through Friday, 2:45 pm- 5:45 pm each day.

As well, this Pre-K – 8th Grade school is in need of substitute teachers for the rest of the school year.

For more information, please visit:

After-School Program Support

After-school program support for a 9-year-old boy; $15-24/hr

Our very active, very social son has attention & sensory issues (he is sensory-seeking, & craves strong input), but is easily redirected & responds well to positive reinforcement. He is a delightful, bright boy. We need somebody to help support him while he attends his after-school program in Belmont. Non-smokers only. Special Education major/coursework preferred, must be vaccinated; open to adding/changing hours.

Hours that need coverage:

Mondays 2:50-6 p.m.

Wednesdays 1:40-3 p.m. (11:40-3 on early release days)

Thursdays 2:50-3:45 p.m.

Fridays 2:50-6 p.m.

Please respond asap if interested; 2 references required.

Contact info: Lisa at or phone/text 617 308-6582

Job Opportunities for Somerville Public Schools

Somerville Public Schools: Community Schools and Out of School Time Program

1) Enrichment Clubs – Somerville Public Schools is very interested in hiring community members who can teach a club or activity for at least 1 hr/week for a group of 10-15 students ranging from grades K-2nd or 3-5th. This could be an art club, music club, dance club, cooking club, literally anything that they feel passionate enough to teach to kids! We can pay an hourly all inclusive rate of $40-$95 depending on the kind of programming. Anyone providing enrichment clubs must pass a CORI check and confirm that they have been vaccinated. 

2) Staffing – Somerville Public Schools has full and part time positions in after school that pay $18-$26/hr based on experience. Hours are primarily from 2-6pm M-F with the opportunity to work school vacations and summer break. We have a number of positions listed on schoolspring, links below.

Homework teachers

Therapeutic specialists:

Part time assistant teacher:

Full time lead teacher:

Seeking After School Staff at Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School (Cambridge, MA)

Job Description: After School Staff

Do you want to help future leaders learn to be positive, creative, confident and successful community members? Join our K-6 After School Team!The Banneker Extended Enrichment Program is an academic and social enrichment program committed to quality and to supporting children as they continue on their path of personal growth and education while learning how to become successful contributing members of society.In addition to academics, we encourage children to engage in creative play and in projects to learn about themselves and the world around them through crafted lessons and activities. Students are to work on homework, build good study habits, and explore activities and projects that may lead to lifelong interests and widen their world of possibilities.Students also learn basic conflict resolution and leadership skills. All students are supported and encouraged to feel safe to be themselves as they learn to work within the community while in the program.

Responsibilities include: working with a team to help with snack, recess, games, songs,activities, projects, and social skills.

When: Hours 1-6:30 Mon; 2-6:30 pm Tues-Fri on regular school days*we do have a Tuesday only option as well

Where: 21 Notre Dame Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140

Pay: between $15-$24 per hour based on demonstrated classroom management and curriculum experience.

Job Requirements: High School diploma, resume, references CORI, finger printing, experience working with elementary aged children

Qualities we are looking for: Professionalism, problem solving skills, adaptability, enthusiasm, leadership, teamwork, critical thinking skills. Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds; participate with students both indoors and outdoors,including walking to the park; communicate with students, co-workers and families; and follow EEC rules and regulations.Pluses include:second language skills (Haitian Creole, Spanish)EEC certification

Company Culture: We are a team of dedicated professionals, all working to give each and every child a positive, supportive, and educational (academic, social, and personal) experience every day. Every BEE team member is valued, both for the skills and strengths they bring to the students as well as how they strengthen the team. Each BEE team member maybe at different points along the path of professional development and growth, and we respect and support that space as they continually strive to move forward and gain skills to improve every child’s experience.Our goals as a program overall are quality and safety. Students should feel safe at all times when they are participating in any aspect of the BEE Program. And all aspects of the program should continually strive to be of the highest quality every day. Our families depend on our professionalism, dedication and respect for their children and themselves.The BEE Program is in Cambridge, MA, a world-class city that has many opportunities for education, and an array of social and cultural events available throughout the year.Public transportation is available. Many of our staff move on to become full-time teacher’s assistants at our school with our training.Come challenge yourself to grow, learn, and teach with our team

For more information or to apply, please contact Barbara Brothers

Barbara Brothers 617-968-6746

After School Programs Director

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School

21 Notre Dame Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140

Job opportunities in Somerville Public Schools after school programs


Community Schools – Part Time Lead Teacher

Help lead fun clubs and be a mentor for youth during after school hours. Design and develop original curriculum, support young people’s social emotional development, and provide needed care for working families. Up to 18.75 hours a week, M-F, school year schedule.

For more information see:

Community Schools – Full Time Lead Teacher

Help lead fun clubs and be a mentor for youth during after school hours. Design and develop original curriculum, support young people’s social emotional development, and provide needed care for working families. Up to 25 hours a week, M-F, school year schedule. 

For more information see:

Outreach Learning Fellow (Fall 2021- Spring 2022)

Fall 2021 – Spring 2022$17/hr

Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) is piloting a new outreach program and will be partnering with local informal education organizations to bring  engineering to their K-12 students. Groups of Tufts OLFs will spend sixty (60) to ninety (90) minutes once a week with young students supporting them as they do hands-on engineering design problems, either in person or remotely depending on local  regulations. The focus of much of the work will revolve around engineering and diverstiy, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) topics. OLFs will also participate in weekly seminars that will address progressive teaching in engineering education, community relationship building, and anti-oppressive outreach methods. Seminars will be two hours per week,  scheduled on a weekday betwen 9:00 and 2:00.


  • Interest in engineering and education
  • interest in working with children
  • interest in DEIJ and social justice issues
  • availability after 3pm on weekdays

apply here:

Math Tutor for 7th Grader

We’re in search of a graduate or undergraduate student interested in tutoring our almost 13 year old daughter who just entered 7th grade. Focus will be on strengthening basic math facts and learning of her current curriculum. We’re especially interested in someone who can demystify math by making it fun, relevant — and maybe even cool?. 

If you’re energetic and have an encouraging and positive approach to learning, please get in touch. 

When: Monday or Wednesday anytime after 3:45 pm (one session 60-90 minutes)

Where: Tufts campus or our house (between Tufts and Davis)

Payment: 35 USD per hour 

Contact: Lori at or 617 460-9087