Summer Academy Volunteer Opportunity (Maryland)

Summer Academy Volunteer Opportunity – Now Accepting Applicants through June 10th!

The IRC (International Rescue Committee) in Silver Spring’s Summer Academy is a free learning experience for refugee students who are rising 6th-12th graders in Prince George’s and Montgomery County schools in Maryland. Volunteers facilitate lessons in English language and math, while incorporating extracurricular subjects and activities to broaden student’s horizons. Sign up here.

The program will take place in Prince George’s County July 8th – August 9th with 2-week cohorts of students in middle and high school. Weekly Schedule: Monday through Thursday 9:30am-2:30pm.

Volunteers are expected to attend all morning, afternoon or all-day sessions for their preferred cohort. You may participate in both cohorts, if desired.

Previous teaching and/or ESOL experience preferred but not required! This opportunity is open to volunteers high-school age and above. This opportunity is an Student Service Learning hours approved activity. 

All volunteers must attend a mandatory training on Monday, June 10th 6-7PM via Zoom. Sign up here.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Michalina Kulesza,Community Engagement Specialist, at

Teaching Fellowship (2024-25) with Asian University for Women (Chittagong, Bangladesh)

Asian University for Women (AUW), dedicated to the education, empowerment, and leadership development of highly talented women from across Asia and the Middle East, announces a Teaching Fellows Program. Because preferential selection of students is given to underserved populations, such as garment workers, Rohingya refugees, tea plantation workers, Afghans permitted by the Taliban to leave, et al., almost all of whom do not have the needed skills for the rigor of undergraduate work, Pre- Undergraduate Programs have been established at AUW. Approximately half of the students at AUW are in these preparatory programs. Fellows will teach English, math, or computer science for 15 hours/week for one year in the Pre-Undergraduate Programs and will supervise one extra-curricular activity each term. The year-long teaching program begins mid-July 2024.

Compensation/benefits: These funded Fellowships include most of the expenses Fellows will incur during their year as an AUW Teaching Fellow. They include round-trip airfare from their home to Chittagong. Fees for Fellows’s visas will also be reimbursed. Fellows will receive a stipend of $1,000 per month, for twelve months, payable at the first of each month. Health services will be covered. Fellows will share fully furnished faculty apartments a short distance from the AUW campus. Those Fellows who wish to eat at the AUW dining hall are welcome to do so; Fellows who wish to cook for themselves can do so in the kitchens of their apartments.

For more information and to apply before the 4/20 deadline, visit the website here. For additional information about the teaching fellowship and AUW, please see the flyer and brochure below. If you have any questions, contact Hannah Taylor, Recruitment and Training Coordinator, at



English Teacher Long-Term Sub (Newton North High School)

Newton North High School is currently looking to fill three imminent long-term sub positions in the English department. The teaching load may include any of the following courses:
9th Grade English, 10th Grade Action Through Literature, 11th Grade AP Language and Composition, 12th Grade Women in Literature, 12th Grade Horror, Sci-Fi, and Dystopian Literature
If you are interested in any of these openings, please click the link to see more details and apply. Additionally, feel free to reach out to Dani Johnson, Assistant Department Head of the English department at NNHS, directly at this email address:

K-12 Teacher Positions SY24-45 (Waltham, MA)

Waltham Public Schools is seeking high quality candidates for the current and upcoming 2024-2025 school years. To learn more, see the PDF brochure pasted below.

To view available opportunities, please visit:


If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at:
617 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452

6th Grade ELA Teacher (Lawrence, MA)

Spark Academy in Lawrence, MA is looking for a 6th ELA Teacher for a mid-year position. The classes are half-sized and the teacher will be working with a seasoned team. See below for a PDF of the listing, and you can apply on Indeed. Please reach out to Amy Heuton, Assistant Principal at with any questions.


Tutor Needed- Volunteer Opportunity (Medford)

Local community member is looking for a tutor for friend who has recently moved to the Medford area (Walking Ct.) from Haiti. He is fluent in Haitian Creole, Spanish and Portuguese. 

This volunteer opportunity would be to support teaching in reading and writing in English. Availability for tutoring would be on an agreed upon time on the following days:

Monday- Friday from 6:30-8:30pm, Saturdays all-day, or Sundays after 4pm.

If you are interested in this opportunity please email John Gallagher at

Charles River School: 7th/8th Grade English Teacher


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 “7/8 English” as the subject line) and fill out the CRS Employment Application by clicking this link:

Teaching Jobs (Newton, MA)

A list of teaching jobs which need to be filled for the fall semester:

Please visit the following links for the job description and application information.

HS Spanish Teacher
HS Math Teacher
HS Physics Teacher
HS Chemistry Teacher
HS Biology Teacher
HS English Teacher
HS History Teacher