Girlstart seeking part-time program leaders

Girlstart, a non-profit org committed to empowering girls in STEM, is hiring part-time program leaders for this spring semester. This is a PAID opportunity to work with students and lead fun, hands-on STEM lessons at nearby elementary after-school programs.  

  • The commitment is 5 hours per week: about 1.5 hour after school from about 3:00-4:30 pm one day per week at a nearby elementary school, plus your planning and travel time.

Job Description:

Girlstart is seeking MULTIPLE college-aged program leaders to lead fun, hands-on, STEM-focused after-school programs in the Boston area. This is a great opportunity to work directly with elementary school girls on hands-on science, engineering, technology, and math activities. Improve your leadership and communication skills, build your problem solving and critical thinking abilities, be a positive and meaningful role model, and change the lives for girls in your area! All majors and experience levels are welcome to apply!

Girlstart is offering an in-person and virtual information session (see details below), but you can learn more about the position here and apply directly online even if you can’t attend an info session. Questions? Email Annie from Girlstart at We hope to see you at one of the info sessions!

Info Sessions: 

Wednesday, February 8th from 11:00am -2:00pm: In-person in the Campus Center

Thursday, February 9th from 10:30 – 11:30am: Virtually by following this link

Friday, February 10th from 11:00am – 12:00pm: Virtually by following this link

Building Based Substitute (North Reading, MA)

The North Reading Public Schools is seeking interested applicants to serve as a building based substitute at the elementary, middle, and high school level for the 2022-23 school year. The successful candidate will report to the assigned school four days per week to support student learning.

Job Requirements:

  • Licensure with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education preferred.
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Per diem rate is $100/day.
Please apply through SchoolSpring here

The North Reading Public Schools (NRPS) provides a safe, inclusive, and supportive learning environment where students develop both their social-emotional and academic skills and abilities through an exploration of a wide range of content areas, the arts, athletics, and extra-curricular opportunities. With a dedication to excellence, service, and life-long learning our students will engage collaboratively, think critically, embrace diversity, and value equity in order to become productive global citizens.

NRPS is actively looking to build a diverse workforce to ensure all students feel welcome, safe, and valued for who they are and supported to reach their potential. Candidates with different perspectives and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply to grow our school community and help students feel personally connected to their learning experiences and feel represented inside and outside of the classroom ensuring a sense of belonging.

Director of Athletics Needed at The Fessenden School

Position Title: Director of Athletics

Type of Position: Full-Time, Exempt, 12 month, Permanent

Start Date: July 1, 2023


Fessenden’s Director of Athletics oversees the implementation of the School’s athletic philosophy including the Middle School (Gr. 5 – 6) and Upper School athletic programs (Gr. 7 – 9), and the Lower School physical education program (Pre-K – Gr. 4). The Director of Athletics works with faculty, coaches, students, and parents to ensure a positive, healthy, and joyful athletic and physical education experience for all Fessenden students. The Director of Athletics must display a passion for elementary and middle school physical fitness and athletics, a healthy and age-appropriate approach to competition, an ability to lead colleagues in support of the School’s athletic and physical education programs, and a commitment to boys and boys’ education.


  • Serve as a member of the Administrative Council, the Calendar Committee, and work in direct communication with the Head of School and Assistant Head of School
  • Manage the daily operation of the program including scheduling all interscholastic games, oversight of the purchasing and management of equipment and uniforms, transportation for games and practices, and hiring of officials
  • Oversee coaching assignments, orient new coaches, and manage, support, and evaluate all coaches and physical education faculty
  • Ensure that character education and lessons of equity and inclusion are core components of the School’s athletic program
  • Lead on-campus professional development efforts for coaches and provide guidance for off-campus opportunities
  • Manage the program’s Administrative Assistant, Equipment Manager, and Athletic Trainer
  • Ensure that all students are meeting the requirements of attendance and participation, and communicate with administrative colleagues if they are not
  • Communicate with parents individually and by team so they are aware of program and team philosophies, policies, and schedules
  • Develop and maintain department budget as well as oversee usage schedules for the Pallotta Athletic Center, fields, rink, and tennis and squash courts
  • Coordinate with administrative colleagues around athletic facilities management and upkeep
  • Maintain an up-to-date athletics portion of the website including game schedules
  • Coach at least one season


  • Five years of independent school experience and a history of athletic involvement
  • A love of sports and physical fitness
  • Strong communication skills and a collegial manner
  • An ability to lead and support colleagues simultaneously
  • A demonstrated commitment to diversity and multicultural education
  • Integrity, a strong work ethic, and demonstrated leadership skills
  • Discretion and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive matters discreetly
  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
  • A commitment to boys and boys’ education

Physical Demands and Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the 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

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to (no phone calls, please) by Friday, December 2, 2022.

Position Open at White Mountain Science, Inc.

Hiring Contact
Mike Carmon (Director of Programs) at:

Job is open until filled; Candidates to start immediately

Home Base
Littleton, NH

About White Mountain Science, Inc.
Check out this video to learn more about WMSI and our mission! White Mountain Science, Inc. (WMSI – pronounced ‘whimsy’), develops and delivers highly engaging and fun STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs with the goal of teaching creative problem solving to students and teachers.

Job Description
WMSI is seeking a caring, enthusiastic problem-solver! WMSI develops and delivers hands-on STEM programs all around New Hampshire and northeastern Vermont. A Program Instructor independently facilitates hands-on, educational STEM programs for students 3-5 days per week in northern New Hampshire and Vermont locations. This Instructor’s primary focus is working with school teachers to provide high quality school-day and after-school STEM education for elementary school students, as well as some middle and high school students. Mentorship of high school students in an effort to train them as assistant instructors is also an integral part of the Instructor role. This position involves an active role in lesson prep and driving a van to multiple locations within 1.5 hours of base in Littleton to facilitate programs. Office hours spent organizing teaching materials, assistance in the creation and evaluation of engaging lessons, creating documentation for future instructors, and additional office tasks are also included in this position.

Duties Will Include:

  • Regular facilitation of off-site and on-site STEM-based youth programs, camps & workshops for primarily elementary school students, as well as some middle and high school students
  • Support with STEM-based teacher coaching and professional development workshops
  • Training and mentorship of high school youth instructors 
  • Organization & maintenance of program-related resources & equipment
  • Regular communications with teachers and other stakeholders at partner schools
  • Assistance in preparation & evaluation of lesson curriculum
  • Assistance in evaluation of all programs
  • Assistance in organizational maintenance tasks related to running a non-profit

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must be motivated and self-directed
  • At least 1-3 years experience working with youth – essential
  • Ability to support and empower students in the creative problem-solving process – essential
  • Ability to set a positive environment within a room – essential
  • Interest in science, technology, engineering, art, and math – essential
  • Completion of post-secondary degree or equivalent experience – preferred
  • Prior science, technology, engineering, or math training – a plus
  • Strong communication and organization skills 
  • A flexible team player who is willing to learn from mistakes and adapt
  • Motivated to improve as an instructor and facilitate new material
  • Comfortable driving a van long distances safely in variable weather conditions


  • Full-time position (40 hours per week)
  • Programs take place during the school day and/or after-school timeframe
  • Occasional evening and/or weekend programs possible

Job Compensation:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Additional benefits package, including: paid holidays and vacations, paid sick time, medical insurance, and retirement benefits (subject to initial waiting periods)


  • Annual Local Benefits Stipend
  • Annual Professional Development stipend
  • In-house opportunities for Professional Development, including: training with 3D printers, LASER cutters, robotics, and much more!
  • Discounted items from
  • Outdoor pro deals
  • Collaborative and engaging work environment

Physical Exertion Environmental Conditions 
Required to sit for extended periods of time, stand frequently, use fine motor skills to operate equipment, and lift and/or move 40 pounds or less.

WMSI encourages applications from individuals of all gender identities, ethnicities, nationalities, backgrounds and ages.

How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to Mike Carmon at:

Final candidates subject to a criminal background check.

*White Mountain Science, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Littleton, NH.*

Science Teacher Needed (Beverly MA)

Shore Country Day School seeks a full-time lead Science Teacher for Upper Elementary Grades. Candidates must have the ability to analyze and interpret general academic materials and periodicals, as well as students’ work.  Candidates should also be well versed in culturally responsive teaching practices, child development, and community building.

Please visit this link for more information about the position, and to apply to the position.


Bournedale Elementary School Bourne Public Schools Bournedale, Massachusetts

Job Details

Job ID: 3869247
Application Deadline: Posted until Filled Posted : May 3, 2022
Starting Date: July 1, 2022

Job Description

The Bourne Public Schools is seeking engaging, energetic educators to join our team! We value diversity and welcome applications from educators who believe in our three educational pillars of: 1.) Building Community, 2.) Promoting Equity, and 3.) Striving for Excellence. BPS has a strong reputation for inclusive practices and promoting a welcoming environment for students and staff through our Bourne to Be (B2B) values of respect, responsibility and safety.

BPS has four excellent schools organized by grade bands (PK-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12) and a student population of approximately 1,600. The town of Bourne is a small seaside community situated on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal. Educators enjoy living in and around the town or have an easy commute on major highways (I-195, I-495 or RT-3). Salary is regionally competitive.
Discover the Bourne Advantage by visiting our website at .

Duties and responsibilities contained in the professional Job Descriptions Any questions and inquiries on the vacancies should be addressed to the building principal or administrator for that specific vacancy

Position Type: Full-time Positions Available: 1

Job Category : Administrator > Assistant Principal/Dean/Head

Job Requirements

Essential Duties and Performance Responsibilities as Assistant Principal:

? Assists the Principal with daily school management, student activities and services, community relations, personnel, and instruction matters
? Assists the Principal in school improvement efforts including on-going advancement of curriculum,

instruction and assessment
? Participates in community and school-sponsored events in order to continuously improve school-community relations
? Monitors and coordinates the student positive behavior intervention and/or discipline program in accordance with both district procedure and/or policy and the due process rights of students
? Monitors daily attendance and participation in school of individual students
? Communicates with parents and families regarding attendance expectations and individual student absences
? Files and maintains appropriate attendance related forms and documents with school and court and acts as the liaison between the school and the district court for services related to children within the school building
? Implements all aspects of the Educator Evaluation System including supervision and evaluation of teaching, ESPs and additional staff as assigned
? Participates in recruitment, hiring, and mentoring of educators
? Works with the school and district administration concerning the selection, implementation, and assessment of curriculum and resources
? Assists the Principal in the development and implementation of the school budget
? Prepares student and staff schedules and coordinates computerized grade reporting and enrollment/attendance reporting systems
? Prepares documents and reports that the Principal may request concerning any aspect of the school’s operation
? Attends School Committee meetings when requested to participate in presentations concerning the operation of the school
? Attends all faculty meetings (as a representative of the Principal)
? Participates as a member of the school’s Crisis Response Team, MTSS Committee, and other Committees as assigned
? Coordinates, facilitates, and communicates with the building Principal all of the appropriate testing accommodations necessary for building-based and district wide assessments
? Plans and conducts professional development for staff as needed
? Serve as Acting Principal in the absence of the Principal
? Performs other duties as assigned by school or district administration
Essential Duties and Performance Responsibilities in Student Services:
? Serves as the chairperson/district financial designee for team meetings Understands and implements federal, state, and local laws, policies, regulations, and procedures and protocols including the implications of liability and requirements of due process
? Assists the Director of Special Education and Student Services and the building Principal to ensure the best combination of educational programs and other services for each child with special education
? Ensures the implementation of all programs and placements as determined by the Team meeting process
? Coordinates and schedules testing and diagnostic procedures within mandated timelines as they relate to the suspected area of disability
? Coordinates extended day and/or year services for eligible students
? Coordinates the referral process, Team Meeting process, and ensures all required paperwork is completed
? Assists in the coordination of and provision for staff development and workshops/trainings regarding special education topics including presenting on such topics when needed
? Oversees the transition and referral process of students and participates in transition meetings both within and outside the district as needed
? Facilitates and maintains communication and working relationships with parents, outside agencies, and community resources
? Ensures adherence to the DESE’s Tiered Focused Monitoring process and specifications
? Facilitates and monitors all requests for home/hospital tutoring once approved by the Director of
Special Education and Student Services
? Member/Chair of the Student Study Team (SST) as directed by building Principal
? Other duties as assigned by building or district administration
Specific to Building Based Early Childhood Coordination

? Coordinates and implements child find and peer screenings throughout the school year
? Attends bi-monthly Bourne Early Childhood Council Meetings throughout the school year
? Attends regional Early Intervention meetings throughout the school year
? Assists building Principal and Director of Special Education and Student Services with accreditation credentials as required by the Department of Early Education and Care
? Works as a liaison for families entering into the public school system.
Physical Demands
? Must be able to prepare and read documents and use a computer and other office equipment on a daily
? Auditory and Verbal Communication – Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently by
telephone and in person with School Committee members, staff, students, parents and the public.
? Physical Abilities – Performing this position requires extended sitting, filing, and use of a computer and
other school office equipment.
? Extended Concentration, Excellent Recall Abilities and the Ability to Remain Calm in Stressful
Situations – These capabilities are an important part of properly fulfilling the requirements of this
? Minimum of a Master’s Degree
? Valid licensure in the area of school administration as an Assistant Principal/Principal and experience
with special education administration
? Experience at the early education and elementary level is preferred;uch alternatives to the above as
deemed appropriate by the Superintendent
? Strong technological skill
? Detailed-oriented and high level of proficiency and accuracy in all duties
? Strong written and verbal skills
? Ability to process, and appropriately maintain, sensitive, confidential material about employees and
? Ability to exercise discretion, work independently, and carry out complex assignments with general instructions
? Ability to interact appropriately and in a positive manner with the School Committee, public, staff and
? Ability to learn and understand District rules and procedures and legal requirements
? Ability to think ahead and anticipate problems and solutions
? Ability to self-motivate
? Ability to work in a team environment and develop cooperative and harmonious workplace relations
Salary: To be negotiated/regionally competitive
Terms of Employment: Individual Employment Agreement, 210 Work Days Inclusive of School
Year (days outside of school year at the discretion of the Principal)
Evaluation: Evaluated annually by the Principal and Director of Special Education and Student Services
The Bourne Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation or national origin.
Please submit letter of intent, resume, transcripts, certification, and letters of reference via School Spring to
as well as qualifications to Elizabeth Carpenito, Principal, by June 1, 2022. Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

Elizabeth Carpenito , Principal
41 Ernest Valeri Road
Bournedale, Massachusetts 02532

Phone: 508-743-3800

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Fellowship Opportunity

Fellow Positions for Recent US College Graduates 

The American College of Greece

Athens, Greece

Founded in 1875, The American College of Greece (ACG) is the oldest American-accredited college in Europe and the largest private college in Greece. ACG is made up of three divisions: Pierce (Pre-K through Lyceum /International Baccalaureate Diploma Program); Deree (undergraduate and graduate); Alba Graduate Business School. ACG divisions are located on three state-of-the-art, sustainable campuses in the heart of and outside Athens, the cultural and political capital of Greece. We believe in a well-rounded education and a vibrant student community, buzzing with academic societies and student clubs, sports teams, and we thrive on giving our students a real taste of an American education. 

To further highlight our American-founded base, we are excited to announce a new post-bachelor Fellowship program for new US university graduates. These Fellows will act as professional colleagues to our experienced staff while immersing themselves in the exciting Greek culture and life. 

We are pleased to offer several post-bachelor fellow positions for the 2022-2023 academic year:

US College Counseling Fellow

Working with our Director of US College Counseling, this Fellow will help introduce students to the unique philosophy of US education, will help facilitate writing workshops and one-on-one with students to provide writing support and feedback, and assist students in the US application process for college/university studies, as well as academic summer programs in the US. 

Elementary School Fellow (4 positions)

Fellows in these positions will support our English teachers in K-6 classes, assisting in traditional English class activities as well as songs, games, stories, theater, etc. Depending on their own past experiences, they will initially observe but will soon actively participate as teaching assistants, participating in lesson planning and onsite/online teaching. They will collaborate directly with the English Department Director and will carry out administrative duties when and where necessary. Eligible Fellows should enjoy working with children, be willing to share their own experiences, and have a passion for learning while they work.

In addition to learning about another culture and way of living, those interested in a career in teaching will have the unique opportunity to learn first-hand new and creative approaches to teaching for the future, how to run a bilingual classroom, state-of-the-art tech aids for teaching, congenial team-teaching, and more. 

Fellows will have 40 hours of duties per week from September until July which include class time, prep time, liaising with supervisor and colleagues, and taking part in our Pierce Leadership Academy,

To be considered for these positions, applicants must submit a CV/resume and an essay/statement of interest sharing why they believe are the right fit for the position and what they could bring to Pierce and its students. If selected for the next stage, they will be asked to complete an online application and submit two professional references. 

Completed application and supplementary documents must be submitted by April 15, 2022. Qualified applicants will be notified via email to arrange a Zoom interview. Zoom interviews will be held in late April and the selection process will finish before May 15, 2022.

Fellows receive their airfare to/from Greece, free room & board, medical insurance, basic Greek lessons, a monthly stipend, and can attend up to two undergrad or grad classes at Deree – The American College of Greece tertiary division.


All this, while living the dream in Greece – exploring the country, Europe, and a whole new and very different world.

Athens is the capital of Greece and the birthplace of democracy, arts, science, and philosophy. Home of Plato, Sophocles, Euripides, Aeschylus, and cradle of Western civilization, it has a recorded history span of over 3,400 years and has been inhabited since the 11th millennium BC. The city center is today an open air museum, a 3-km pedestrian “archaeological park.”

Athens boasts a perfect Mediterranean climate. The legendary Greek sunlight, the unique combination of history and contemporary growth, the coexistence of culture with breathtaking natural beauty, and a vibrant rhythm of life make for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Fellows will live within a short distance from exciting historical locations across Greece, will enjoy access to gorgeous mountains for hiking, and be an hour’s cruise away from some of the most beautiful islands in the world – all waiting to be explored.

We understand these are uncertain times with COVID-19. The Greek government’s response to the pandemic has been prompt and assertive. So far, 70% of Greek citizens have been vaccinated and the country is gradually returning to a state of normalcy. At Pierce, 95% of the faculty and staff are vaccinated and 82% of our student population. Our campus community has taken (and continues to take) multiple safety measures and precautions to protect our students, teachers, staff, and families who reside on campus. Although no community is COVID-free, we believe that our response demonstrates our commitment to the well-being of our school community. 

Join our family, contact us at to begin the application

Summer Job Opportunity!

The formerly known as Agassiz Baldwin Community, is hiring summer program specialists and afternoon teachers at our outdoor, arts- and play-based program. We serve rising JK-6th graders in the Cambridge/Somerville area and are currently accepting applications for afternoon teachers (who have a variety of hobbies and interests that make them perfectly engaging counselors for our youth) and also the following morning specialist positions: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics); Performing Arts; Dance and Movement; & Multimedia Arts.