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Lotus Learning LLC is currently seeking tutors and executive function coaches who can provide remote, in-home, and in-school services to students in the Greater Boston area. Compensation starts at $60/hour. This is an independent contractor position, with flexible, part-time hours.
Lotus Learning is a growing tutoring and academic coaching business with a focus on serving the whole student; our tutors not only teach content but also provide support with essential success skills, including planning, organization, goal-setting, study skills, self-care and more. We are looking for tutors and coaches who are passionate about their area of expertise, sensitive to different learning styles, and capable of working independently to promote student growth.
For more information, visit our website at www.lotuslearning.net
Requirements for Lotus Learning tutors:
• College degree (bachelor’s degree or higher)
• Ability to tutor multiple high-school subjects or an elementary education specialty (i.e. literacy, math) — elementary opportunities are limited.
• Ability to make and manage your own schedules
• Availability during after-school and evening hours
• Willingness to commit to tutoring for the entire 2022-23 academic year.
• Car preferred but not required
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
In your cover letter, please indicate:
1) the high school-level subjects you can teach;
2) any previous teaching experience;
3) the days and times of the week when you would be available to tutor; and
4) whether or not you have a car.
SEEDS is an access organization which provides highly-motivated, low-income students with pathways to independent high school and/or college. There are three levels: Young Scholars, Scholars, and College Scholars.
This is the first summer since 2019 that we are able to return to our fully in-person format. Students and teachers will be at the Kent School in Kent, CT for the summer, and if you haven’t visited Litchfield County before, it is absolutely beautiful!
We have openings for teachers in the Summer Challenge and Capstone Programs, serving rising 8th and 9th grade students. Classes will begin on Monday 27 June. Teachers will be provided with supplies, resources, and a complete curriculum. Room and board is included for all faculty, and you’ll have access to the whole campus including recreational spaces (tennis courts, gym, etc.).
If you are interested in teaching high school or middle school, strengthening your teaching skills (middle schoolers keep you on your toes!), or working with an amazing non-profit, let me know! We have a wonderful group of faculty, so I can guarantee that your colleagues will be a joy to work with. I’m happy to field questions or have follow up conversations.
Please see job descriptions here for reference
For more information, contact Kara McCabe at Kara.McCabe@tufts.edu
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
Located an hour from Boston in Portsmouth, NH, Portsmouth High School has a number of openings. However, time is of the essence!
Application for the Social Studies position closes on April 1st, 2022. To apply for this, or any other position, please visit: https://www.edjobsnh.com.
Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School is in need of a substitute Physics teacher starting in April 2022 through, at least, May 2022. Interested candidates can review the job description and apply using the following link: https://cpsd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=3795
Belmont Hill Summer School has an opening for a qualified teacher of Chemistry.
For more than 40 years, Belmont Hill’s coeducational summer school has offered a wide range of academic and enrichment classes for students entering grades 6-12.
In 2022, the program will run for six weeks from July 5 – August 12 at Belmont Hill’s campus.
More information about Belmont Hill Summer School and our course catalog can be found here: https://www.belmonthill.org/summerprograms
Interested candidates can apply here or email Steven Kaplan, Director of Summer School, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply, click here.