Boston Public Schools is currently hiring for a CBHM Program Director and CBHM Instructional Coach. Please see the links for more information.
The Studio Institute provides support for apprenticeship-based opportunities to undergraduate students (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors) interested in the art field. Studio Institute has been offering immersive internships at museums and cultural institutions in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, and Providence areas! Institutions include the Memphis Brooks Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, ICA Boston, and the Fabric Workshop. Positions available will be in a range of departments, including but not limited to Curatorial, Collections, Education, Design, and Marketing. Applications are due by January 31st. To see more about our program, here is a link to the website.
If there are any additional questions or concerns, please contact via email: email@example.com.AI-2024_BOS_Student-Flyer
I am looking for someone to watch my dog, Harley, while I am away from December 24th to January 2nd. She is a very sweet dog, great with animals, people, potty trained, and an overall fan favorite. She needs the basics; three walks a day, feeding twice a day, and some love and affection. I can pay $300-350 for the 10 days. You can choose to either take care of her at my apartment in Chinatown or keep her with you at your place for the 10 days. I will pick up and drop her off if you are interested in the second option. Please text Hyatt Aronoff at (201) 787-5082 if you are interested.
The Communications team (Creative, Database Marketing, Marketing and Public Relations) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), promotes the MFA’s collection, exhibitions and programs through outreach to local, national and international press, print and digital advertising, management of social media channels with over 1.3 million followers, and email marketing.
The team is seeking an enthusiastic, detail-oriented intern with strong writing skills and an interest in pursuing a career in communications. Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Officer, the intern will become integrated into the daily operations of the Marketing and Communications team, gaining valuable practical skills and workplace experience.
Through mentorship from a team of experienced professionals and experience in a fast-paced environment, the student will gain valuable practical skills for a future career in communications. They will also have opportunities to grow their professional networks through interactions with colleagues and interns from departments across the Museum.
The intern must commit to work onsite 12-20 hours per week (within Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm parameters), from Jan 19 through Apr 26, 2024, including attendance at the Museum Pathways & Practices professional development course from 12-2pm on the following Fridays: Jan 26, Feb 2, Feb 16, Feb 23, Mar 1, Apr 5, Apr 12, and Apr 19.
The intern will be paid at a rate of $16.00 per hour.
As we amplify our efforts toward becoming a truly inclusive institution, ensuring that diversity, equity, and access are lived values, we actively encourage candidates from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to apply to the program.
Read the full posting here.
We have the need for one to two school psychologists to complete contract work for a metro area school district performing IEP evaluations. We are a small neuropsychology practice in the Boston Metro area. The position will be flexible, although it is likely that there will be sufficient work to keep them full-time in the near-to-medium future, potentially long-term.
Compensation: approximately $125/hr.
The position would also be a great fit for somebody who has their own practice and wants additional work to supplement.
If you are interested, email Rebecca Wershba, Ph.D. Boston Metro Neuropsychology @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 781-347-2165.
We are currently hiring for camp counselors for our Summer Camp. It’s a fun-filled position spent gaining valuable experience with kids ages 4-12. Staff will have the opportunity to facilitate activities, giving them experience in classroom management, student engagement, teamwork, and behavioral management.
We’re looking for team members who are motivated childcare workers, teachers, coaches, students, athletes, artists, and anyone ready to play hard and be goofy! As a Steve & Kate’s staff member, you’ll sharpen your inherent leadership skills and do meaningful work, all while immersing yourself in creativity and play.
- Positions Hiring for: Assistant Directors, Youngest Camper Counselor Lead, Camp Counselors, Substitute Counselors
- Location: Emmanuel College 400 Fenway Boston, MA 02115
- Camp Dates: June 26th-August 25th
- Camp Hours: 8AM – 6PM
- Pay: $15.25-$20 depending on position and experience
Please reference Steve & Kate’s Job Page for more information.
Studio Institute has been offering immersive internships at museums and cultural institutions for over 22 years, and we’re excited to announce our Summer opportunity for students!
Arts Intern, which was started by Agnes Gund in 1999, is a grant-supported program that pairs financial aid-dependent college students with paid positions at arts and cultural organizations, where they gain real world experience and forge professional relationships. These institutions include Artists for Humanity, Harvard Art Museums, MIT List Center, MFA Boston, and the ICA. Positions available will be in a range of departments, including but not limited to Curatorial, Collections, Education, Design, and Marketing.
To be eligible for Arts Intern, you must:
1) Have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of less than $5000 on your FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR). A sample copy of this page can be found here.
2) Be currently enrolled as a full-time Junior or Senior, pursuing a Bachelor’s degree.
3) Be a resident and/or attend college in Boston (or the surrounding area inside Route 128).
Materials required for submission:
1) Cover Letter
3) Copy of Transcript
4) EFC page of your SAR
For more information on academic positions, please visit: https://bostonpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=30625
For more information on non academic positions, please visit: https://bostonpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=30626
BPS also has open positions currently live on their TalentEd website.
Want to teach in Boston Public Schools?
Boston Teacher Residency, an AmeriCorps program, is a nationally recognized clinical teacher preparation program whose graduates support student achievement from day one. Residents earn a low-cost M.Ed. granted by UMass Boston and MA Initial Teacher License in one year.
We are now accepting applications for the 2023-24 BTR Cohort 21. Program starts July 2023.
- check out Frequently Asked Questions
- schedule a call or email
- attend a virtual 30-minute info session
We’ve extended the BTR Priority Application Deadline to November 13th. There is still plenty of time to apply. Thank you for sharing this opportunity with your networks, including program and application info below.
Boston Harbor Now seeks two skilled Youth Engagement Technician(s). positions for this summer 2022! Join our team where you will be engaging Boston youth through employment, curriculum- and recreation-based experiences associated with Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park and National Parks of Boston sites.The incumbents will coordinate, develop, and facilitate summer programming, and support a variety of youth employment and development programs.
This is a full-time temporary position (13 weeks, with possibility of extension up to 26 weeks) with an hourly rate of $19.38.
For full position description and information how to apply, Careers – Boston Harbor Now or Microsoft Word – Youth Engagement Technician_position description.docx (bostonharbornow.org) Responsibilities Youth Engagement Technicians should be able to work effectively in collaboration with youth and partners. Specific responsibilities associated with this job include:
- Supports development, design and documentation of youth-centered programs dedicated to increasing youth access to Harbor Islands and National Parks of Boston
- Facilitates and refines place-based and virtual learning experiences with Boston Public and Schools students centered around Boston’s natural, cultural and historical resources
- Collaborates with YMCA, Boston Centers for Youth & Families, and Boys & Girls Club program leaders to facilitate summer Harbor Discovery Camps
- Works independently and in a team setting to create promotional and educational materials designed for youth and families, including self-guided and asynchronous materials
- Supports Hill to Harbor Youth Conservation Corps, a summer youth employment and development program focused on engaging young people (aged 15-18) in a public engagement through facilitated island camp experiences and pop-up activities at a variety of sites in and around the harbor
- Plans, organizes and prepares supplies and materials to effectively engage youth in their Harbor Islands and public lands
- Integrates 21st century education practices and competencies into teaching and facilitation strategy to effectively engage youth and community partners
Michelle Pizzillo | she/her
Youth Employment & Development Program Manager
National Parks of Boston
National Park Service
Learn more at: npbyouth.com
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