Acton-Boxborough Regional School District is Currently Hiring

The Acton-Boxborough Regional School District is currently hiring for a number of positions. We are looking for Head Counselors, Arts and Crafts, Music and Drama Leaders, an aid for child with mobility issues and a Leadership and training Asst. 

If you are interested in any of these positions please email Brnadette Keegan at or call me at 978-264-4700 ext 3986

To apply and learn more, visit: Online Employment Application | Open Positions ( .

Community Schools is Hiring!

Community Schools is hiring across the district! It is a unique position, that not very many folks know about.

 Our full-time and some part-time teachers work the whole year including ,summer, April, and February camps. Full-time staff receive benefits and we offer training and curriculum support! 

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Information Session with Abaarso School

You are invited to an information session with the Abaarso School on April 13th from 1 pm – 2 pm in the Millmore Room in Dowling Hall.


Harry Lee, Executive Director of the Abaarso School will be on-campus to share information about their teacher opportunities in Africa. The first students in Somaliland to matriculate to college in 30 years and attending major ivy league universities. Come and learn more about the school, the region, and the impact you can have with students. More information can be found at

Students can access the event and information on Handshake here:

(387) Teaching Opportunities at Abaarso School | Handshake (

StAAR Center Graduate Writing Consultant Position

Applications for the 2023 – 2024 academic year are now open! Preferred application deadline: April 2, 2023. We may accept rolling applications after that date. Please read the information below before applying, and note our in-person training dates: August 21 – 25, 2023.

Position Description

Graduate Writing Consultants work one-to-one with both undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of writing activities. Primarily, this takes the form of academic papers for coursework, but we also work with students on personal statements, conference papers, and longer projects such as senior theses, master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations. We are also embedded in the Fulbright application process in early fall. Depending on interest and program need, consultants may also have opportunities to lead or help develop workshops, writing groups, writing retreats, or training for other writing consultants. Most Graduate Writing Consultants will work on the Medford campus, but SMFA students may apply to work on-site at the SMFA Fenway campus.

Our program emphasizes collaboration and process as crucial aspects of becoming a more engaged writer. Since our work is conversation-based, strong interpersonal skills are vital. We are looking for nonjudgmental, collaborative consultants who are good listeners and committed to writing and learning as process. Our approach is informed by feminist and anti-racist pedagogies, and our community values diversity in all forms, especially when related to identities such as race, gender, disability, nationality, and language that have historically been marginalized by language-based oppressions. We strongly encourage applications from students who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, multiracial, or POC, students who are bilingual or multilingual, students from the LGBTQ+ community, and students who identify as a person with a disability. 

More about our commitment to DEJI values in hiring, training, and pedagogy. Read our position statements on linguistic diversity.

Compensation, Time Commitment, and Training


  • $21/hour to start, including paid training, ongoing professional development, and preparation when appropriate. 

Training Commitment:

  • Mandatory, paid training workshop intensive, held in-person on the Medford campus. Fall 2023 Dates: August 21 – 25. 

Academic Year Time Commitment:

  • Minimum 5 hours per week for at least one full academic year (hours during intersessions/summer are optional), some evenings and weekends desirable
  • Ongoing, paid, mandatory professional development and staff meetings throughout the academic year
  • Modality for 2023 – 2024 academic year, including training, is in person.


  • Tufts graduate student in any discipline from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (including SMFA), the School of Engineering, or the Fletcher School
  • Outstanding interpersonal, verbal communication, and listening skills
  • Commitment to and willingness to learn more about anti-racist praxis and writer-focused, process-oriented tutoring approaches
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Experience with ANY of the following: 
    • tutoring writing, especially for college, high school, or adult students
    • teaching or TA-ing a class with a writing component (including lab reports)
    • teaching or tutoring bilingual/multilingual students or adults
    • tutoring other subjects, working informally with writers (including classmates) on their drafts, editing publications, or other related work (please explain in cover letter)

How to Apply

Please gather these materials (see FAQs for more information or if you have questions) and proceed to the application portal:

  • Cover Letter, addressed to the director of the program (Kristina Aikens), reflecting on relevant experience for this position. We especially value your descriptions of working with others on their writing and/or of your approach to working with writers, so please prioritize this in the letter; if you do not have specific experience with this, please explain what your approach might be like based on your other experiences.)
  • Resume or CV
  • Academic writing sample (any length is acceptable; see FAQs for more information)

Interviews will be conducted in April and May. 

You can read more about us on the StAAR Writing Support page

Questions? Email the director of the program, Kristina Aikens

Apply Now!

Graduate Positions Open within Tufts University’s Division of Student Affairs

Several of the Division of Student Affairs offices, the Office of Residential Life and Learning, the Office of Campus Life, and the Office of Health Promotion have open graduate positions that will begin interviewing for in early April.

Students who fill out the application before 9am on March 30th will be given priority to interview, but will accept applications up until Thursday, April 6th.

For more information on the positions and how to apply visit:

Openings at Independence Mission Schools (Philadelphia, PA)

Thank you for your interest in Independence Mission Schools! We help underserved students of all faiths living throughout Philadelphia. Our inspiring new network of 14 schools blends the best of Catholic education with innovative teaching strategies designed to meet the unique learning needs of students from low-income communities.

Click here to find out more about what it is like teaching in an Independence Mission School.

For all job openings and descriptions, click here.

For more information on Independence Mission Schools, click here.

Become a College Admissions Coach!

Our college admissions counseling company, Winning Ivy Prep, is growing fast and we’re creating a massive impact on the families that we serve. We are hiring a remote college admissions coach to work with our students to meet demand.

As a college admissions coach, you will report directly to the CEO and work with her closely on the roster of students that you will directly serve. If you are interested in empowering high school students and mentoring them to realize their college dreams, then take a look at the position description here.

Boston Public Schools Early Hiring Pool Positions for SY23-24

Boston Public Schools (BPS) has recently launched their early hiring pool positions for SY23-24 for academic and non academic positions within our district so this would truly be helpful. 

For more information on academic positions, please visit:

For more information on non academic positions, please visit:

BPS also has open positions currently live on their TalentEd website.