Part Time Lead Forest School Teacher

Cooperative forest school is a newly formed cooperative forest school based in the woods of Masachusett (specifically the Cambridge/Medford/Stoneham area) for children ages 2-6.

We are a group of parents and caregivers creating an educational program for our children based on the principles of community care, collaborative play, exploration, nurturing and environmental stewardship. United by a commitment to play-based outdoor education, we came together amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to create a much needed community and a deliberate and safer learning environment for our children. 

We are looking for a Part Time Lead Forest School Teacher who shares our vision to join our adventure in care and community.


  • Make sure children are safe and supported
  • Observe children’s behavior and learning, and foster problem solving, collaboration, confidence building and imagination by providing scaffolding experiential learning based on those observations
  • Maintain visual and auditory supervision of children at all times to ensure their safety in the forest and on any field trips
  • Help children resolve and negotiate conflicts when they arise; support development of self-regulation, impulse control and coping mechanisms through supporting conflict resolution; use consistent techniques in guiding children’s behavior
  • Develop strong positive partnerships with families, students, and possible co-teachers
  • Use positive, appropriate and supportive language with children
  • Embrace a wide variety of weather conditions as pedagogical inspiration


  • Experience in early childhood education and/or outdoor/nature education programs 
  • Strong emotional intelligence, including empathy and listening skill set
  • Loves working with young children and is energetic and passionate about working one-on-one with children, as well as with groups of children
  • Demonstrates working knowledge of hazards and risk assessment as related to the environments of young children
  • Able to work cooperatively and collaboratively in an all outdoor, forest setting, and open and flexible to new ideas
  • Dedication to place-based education and a passion for exploring the natural environment. Working knowledge of local flora, fauna, and seasonal changes is a plus!
  • Physically able to walk up to 2 miles a day, in all weather, and lift objects of up to 50lbs.
  • Current Emergency First Aid and Child CPR certificate; (or willing to obtain quickly)
  • Comfortable with meeting children where they are on a given day

Preferred Qualifications

  • Formal studies in the core subjects of Early Childhood Education
  • At least one to two years preschool teaching experience
  • Knowledge of forestry, environmentalism, conservation, herbology, any and all Earth based / nature based wisdom or knowledge

Salary: Competitive, and Based upon Experience, starting at $20/hour


Note: We are working to keep our children and extended families and communities as safe as possible. To this end, we are following a layered protections system. We will ask all children and educators to wear high quality masks at all times. We will also keep a community care agreement where we update one another of COVID exposures and symptoms, and plan to implement surveillance testing.            

Seeking Temporary School Psychologist

Muraco Elementary School is seeking a School Psychologist to fill a leave of absence starting 2/14/2022 through the end of the 2021-2022 school year.

Duties Include:

  • Completing psycho-educational evaluations and develop reports on assessment results.
  • Providing individual & group counseling to students
  • Co-treating with SLP and OT
  • Being a team player
  • Having strong communication skills
  • Completing IEP goals and providing direct service and consultation for goals.
  • Participating in IEP team meetings to provide results, impressions, and recommendations.

Job Requirements:

  • Must hold a current DESE Certification
  • Have at least 1 year of relevant experience preferred
  • Master degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

For more information or to apply, go to: .

For further questions, please contact:

Lydia Connell, M.A., Ed.S NCSP

Muraco School Psychologist

781-721-7030 ext 1120

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Before School Care Staff Needed

Hurld Wyman Elementary is hiring!

They’re looking for 3 dependable, engaging, and creative individuals to run their Before School Care Program from 7:30 am-8:15 am daily.

Responsibilities include: greeting our students at the door with a smile, engaging students in morning activities, overseeing students eating breakfast brought from home, facilitating social interactions, and ensuring COVID mitigating measures.

This program is designed to assist Hurld Wyman families who need early drop-off to accommodate family morning schedules.

Interested candidates should contact Hurld Wyman at (781) 937-8243 or

Job opportunities in Somerville Public Schools after school programs


Community Schools – Part Time Lead Teacher

Help lead fun clubs and be a mentor for youth during after school hours. Design and develop original curriculum, support young people’s social emotional development, and provide needed care for working families. Up to 18.75 hours a week, M-F, school year schedule.

For more information see:

Community Schools – Full Time Lead Teacher

Help lead fun clubs and be a mentor for youth during after school hours. Design and develop original curriculum, support young people’s social emotional development, and provide needed care for working families. Up to 25 hours a week, M-F, school year schedule. 

For more information see:

STEM Educator Needed

Mass Academy of Math and Science, a public high school affiliated with WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) in Worcester, is seeking a STEM educator/Visiting scholar for the 2021-2022 school year.

This secondary school teaching position is a perfect opportunity for a recent education graduate and first teaching position with mentoring opportunities for small class sizes, 1 grade level and only 50 students in the grade.

For more information on the position, and to apply, please go to

Part Time Math MCAS Teacher

BAA Job Posting For Spring 2021

Reports to:  Academic Dean

The Boston Arts Academy is looking for an Math MCAS teacher for Feb 22 – May 21, 2021. 

The Boston Arts Academy is Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts, providing a competitive artistic and academic program for just under 500 students. It is a joint project of the Professional Arts Consortium, Inc., ( Berklee College of Music, Boston Architectural Center, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Emerson College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, and New England Conservatory) and the Boston Public Schools. Boston Arts Academy serves as a laboratory and a beacon for artistic and academic innovation, preparing a diverse community of aspiring artist scholars to be successful in their college or professional careers and to be engaged members of a democratic society.

BAA is also a Pilot School and a member of the Boston Pilot Schools Network, a group of Boston Public Schools that, by union contract, have been granted increased autonomy and flexibility to be laboratories of educational innovation.  This includes the right to extend the school day and year for both faculty and students.


  1. Prepare MCAS Math skills lessons, under the guidance of the Math department chair and Academic Dean. 
  2. Hours:  1 position: 11am –  3:30 five days per week; 1 position – 12:15 – 3:30 five days per week. 
  3. Assist in Algebra class 11:00 – 12noon. 
  4. Provide small or large group instruction daily: 
    • 12:15 – 12:45
    • 12:45 – 1:15
    • 2:40 – 3:30
    • Possibly 3:30 – 4pm
  • Instruction is currently virtual/through zoom
  1. Assess students’ skills and assignments. 
  2. Communicate assessment results with  Algebra teachers and BAA administration. 
  3. Take attendance. 
  4. Meet weekly with the Academic Dean. 



  • Some college coursework. 
  • Knowledge in or experience with the MCAS exam and skills required for proficiency. 
  • Available to work in the U.S.


  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Teacher Licensure in Mathematics. 
  • Familiarity with or proficiency in tech tools used to support remote learning. 
  • Ability to work with students with disabilities and language needs.
  • Demonstration of competency in spoken and written English. 
  • Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information.
  • Commitment to the arts as an important element in a complete education.
  • Commitment to cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity as an important element in a complete education.
  • Fluency in another language other than English, particularly Spanish or Haitian Creole.
  • Familiarity and experience with urban settings.

Applicants: Please email resume and cover letter with “Math MCAS Intervention Position” in the subject line: and 

Fall tutor for two first grade boys

Looking for a Fall tutor for two first grade boys! We are looking for an energetic and organized tutor to work with two first grade boys 10-15 hours per week. We anticipate their public schools will be fully online or partly online. Tutoring would include assisting with assigned coursework as well as supplemental reading, writing, math, and fun science experiments at the first grade level. Tutoring location would rotate between our two family houses in Belmont and Winchester. Start date is September 8th/9th and we anticipate the position running through the end of December. Pay rate is $20-$25/hr.

If you are interested in this position please send your CV to

Part-time school year help in Somerville

We are looking for a part-time education student or graduate to help us continue remote or hybrid learning this fall and winter. We are two full-time working from home parents with a rising Kindergartner and Third Grader. In the spring, we had a preschool teacher come to our home from 8-12 each day to play with the kids and assist and supervise some of the remote learning time with our son (then in 2nd grade). The kids loved having her here, and we loved being able to get a few hours of mostly uninterrupted work in. We are flexible on times and could do with 4-6 hours per day, perhaps not every day, as our jobs can be relatively flexible.

We are looking to pay between $20-30 per hour, commensurate with experience.

Our house is between Tufts campus and Teele Square. We have a yard, and my husband and I work upstairs. An ideal candidate would love to play pretend games, enjoy arts and crafts, read a lot and have patience with the hiccups of remote learning. Both kids are excellent at playing, and our son could sit and read for hours.

Please contact Callie Wiser at

Homeschooling pod leader information

Our pod includes three rising second graders all attending the public same school.

Responsibilities with kids include:

  • Walking through Math and Reading curriculum delivered by the school (either in video or written form)
  • Helping them complete assigned work
  • Ensuring work comes home with each child
  • Supplement school-provided subjects with Gym, Art, Science
    • Science may or may not have predefined curriculum. Leader should be interested in coming up with topics that interest kids and developing activities to support lessons.
    • Art and Gym will almost definitely need to be created by the Leader. These can be simple or complicated based on your interests!
  • Parents can assist with getting materials as long as we have notice.

Learning pod will be in person in Medford. One of the pod families has offered a single room above their garage with a bathroom and separate entrance. In general, all parents are supportive of being outside as much as possible given weather etc.

Who we are looking for someone who is:

  • Good at group management (keep them engaged, on task, make learning fun)
  • A good problem solver, adaptable, has good judgment when the unexpected comes up
  • Patient
  • A good communicator, with children and parents
  • Comfortable with various technologies for at home learning (zoom, MS teams)
  • Excited by the possibilities of this role
  • Experienced with kids of this age
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Scholar Development Program Assistant

The Office of Scholar Development assists students as they pursue independent research opportunities, both at Tufts and after they graduate. We run the competitions for such nationally competitive awards as the Rhodes Scholarship, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and the Truman Scholarship. We also administer Tufts’ own Summer Scholars program, a ten-week research program in which students pursue independent research projects of their own design with a faculty mentor.

We are currently hiring a full-year program assistant for a term of one year. This position is part-time and very flexible. For most of the year, the time commitment is between 10 and 20 hours per week, with an increase in September and early October.


  • For Fulbright U.S. Student program, meet one-on-one with applicants (in person or via Skype) to discuss project ideas and next steps, advise them on all elements of their application (including identifying recommenders and affiliate/s), and provide feedback on draft application materials
  • Participate in committee interviews for Fulbright applicants.
  • Work with applicants on the first round of their written application material for all programs which have an internal selection process (Summer Scholars, Truman, Goldwater, Beinecke).
  • Conduct outreach for nationally competitive awards such as the Truman, Goldwater, Rhodes, and Fulbright.
  • Maintain database of student applicants/interested parties for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships.
  • Assistance in planning events (booking space, ordering food, contacting facilities, etc.)
  • Distribute applications to faculty committee and track applicants for Fulbright and Summer Scholars program.
  • Update Scholar Development website; maintain Fulbright and Summer Scholars Trunk sites.
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