Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) has just launched job applications for a variety of different positions available at CEEO this summer 2022. If you are interested in working for CEEO this summer, check out our job listings here: http://go.tufts.edu/ceeojobs
Immediate need for a Technology/Engineering teacher at a Medford Middle School. We are looking for an individual interested and able to create an innovative Technology/Engineering space and curriculum for Middle School students.
Interested candidates can send questions about the position or application materials to the email below.
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.
Essex North Shore is looking for a Chapter 74 Engineering teacher for our Engineering program. Experience in Engineering principles and Design, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering and/Automation, 3D Modeling, AutoCAD, SketchUp, or SolidWorks, Robotics and Automation.
CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION TEACHER
QUALIFICATIONS: Appropriate Licensure by DESE in Career Area
REPORTS TO: Director of Career & Technical Education
1. Map each grade curriculum to the State Frameworks. 2. Provide instruction in the content in accordance with the Massachusetts Vocational-Technical Frameworks in specified career area. 3. Enforce all OSHA safety regulations within the career education setting. 4. Instruct students in the field when participating in outside projects. 5. Document student performance, student behavior, and student achievement within the career education setting. 6. Provides review and reinforcement of new concepts; support students in the completion of their assigned tasks. 7. Demonstrate knowledge of students’ IEPs, as well as the accommodations and modifications necessary for student success; modify assignments, tests, and quizzes in collaboration with special educators, if required. 8. Develop resources for students to be successful, such as models, graphic organizers, and copies of class notes, video clips, demonstrations, etc.. 9. Participate as a member of the career area department; collaborate with teachers within the department. 10. Collaborate with teachers in academic disciplines to facilitate learning activities that are cross-curricular and project-based. 11. Collaborate with the Cooperative Education Coordinator to place students in their career area. 12. Maintain documentation, including student performance, behavior, progress data, notation of student absences/tardies, and conversations with parents and administrators. 13. Provide content support outside of the general education classroom, as necessary. 14. Integrate technology into the curriculum. 15. Respond to any correspondence, both oral and written, that comes from a parent or guardian. 16. Participate in conferences and meetings when appropriate; contribute observations and ideas. 17. Attend Advisory Board meetings twice per year; attend Open House. 18. Keep current with changes in your career area; collaborate with Advisory Boards members. 19. Accept additional responsibilities as may be required under the direction of the Director of Career & Technical Education.
Position Type: Full-time
Positions Available: 1
Job Categories : Career Education > Industrial Mechanics Classroom Teacher > Technology/Industrial Arts
Equal Opportunity Employer
Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.
Licensed or Licensable as a Chapter 74 Engineering Technology by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. OSHA 30 Certification or be willing to obtain certification. Experience in Engineering principles and Design, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering and/Automation, 3D Modeling, AutoCAD, SketchUp, or SolidWorks, Robotics and Automation.
Bachelor degree preferred
Citizenship, residency or work visa required
Donald Ducharme , Director of Career & Technical Education East
565 Maple Street
Danvers, Massachusetts 01937
The content you submit, offer, contribute, attach, post, or display (each a “Submission”) will viewed by other users of the service who may or may not be accurately representing who they are or who they represent. Do not include any sensitive data in your submissions. Any submission or any use or reliance on any content or materials posted via the service or obtained by you through the use of the service is at your own risk. “Sensitive data” for purposes of this section means social security or other government-issued identification numbers, medical or health information, account security information, individual financial account information, credit/debit/gift or other payment card information, account passwords, individual credit and income information or any other sensitive personal data as defined under applicable laws.
Apply for this job online at http://www.schoolspring.com/job?3670665
There is a notable scarcity of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) students competing at the State competition level annually. We are eager to support motivated BIPOC students to reach this level of State competition. We recognize that the field doesn’t always represent their demographic and that it can be both intimidating and disheartening to proceed in an environment that doesn’t reflect oneself. With that in mind we are launching a coaching program for BIPOC students whereby we match them with a coach who supports them through the science fair program year. The coaching will focus on the students’ research and preparation for the science fair program. More: https://scifair.com/about-2/
Part-time Consulting Position
MSEF brings the excitement of STEM learning and discovery to youth, cultivating future generations of STEM talent. MSEF seeks an enthusiastic and entrepreneurial Coaching Coordinator to assist in launching the coaching program for BIPOC students. The Coaching Coordinator will manage the program supporting both the coaches who support students working on independent research projects as well as the students themselves. This program will run from late October through May and will support up to 48 students and their coaches, from corporations and academia, through the science fair preparation season.
Responsibilities to include: For students • Develop onboarding program for students. • Systematic check-ins and tracking, ensuring students are fulfilling their bi-weekly meetings with their coaches. • Identify additional needs that MSEF can support during their science fair preparation. • Manage communication with schools and/or teachers of the participating students, identifying any particular needs that can be met.
For coaches • Recruit, manage, and train/guide STEM professionals and STEM college majors, to coach high school STEM students. • Develop onboarding program for coaches. • Provide ongoing support to coaches.