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

Middle School Science Teacher (Melrose Public Schools)

Job Description

Title: Middle School Science Teacher Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School Qualifications:

  1. Degree in content specific field.
  2. Knowledge of current Massachusetts Frameworks expectations for Reading and Writing across the curriculum.
  3. Deep understanding of scientifically based reading research and evidence-based practices for teaching in science. Knowledge of best practices for assessing student progress toward achievement of standard.
  4. A minimum of 3 years of successful teaching experience.
  5. Excellent communication skills.
  6. Must be SEI endorsed.
  7. Successful completion of a Criminal Record Check (C.O.R.I.) and fingerprint check.

Learn more here.

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

Full-time Teaching Positions 24-25 SY (Roxbury, MA)

Bridge Boston Charter School is currently hiring several teaching positions for the 2024-25 school year. If you want to learn more about these positions and apply, please find current openings and more information on Bridge’s websites below!

Click here to read the job description and apply for Lead Teacher Middle School: SY 24-25

Click here to read the job description and apply for Lead Teacher Elementary School: SY 24-25

Click here to read the job description and apply for Associate Teacher: SY 24-25

If you have any questions, please contact Kait Travis, Talent Manager, at or 781-771-3891

Summer Teaching Fellow Program (Western Mass)

Northfield Mount Hermon isn’t just a school; it’s a vibrant, engaging and inclusive living and learning summer program for students in grades 7-12, in beautiful western Massachusetts. Since 1905, we have welcomed students from over 129 countries and all 50 states to our summer program, both to learn and to shape the future. Here, your passion for teaching and nurturing young minds will become a transformative experience.

Our NMH Summer Teaching Fellows Program is a hands-on, all-encompassing dive into the world of education. Picture yourself:

  • Interacting in the classroom: Assist lead teachers, plan and teach courses, and conduct extra-help sessions.
  • Inspiring beyond academics: Coach sports, supervise extracurricular activities, and be the mentor you always wished you had.
  • Engaging meaningfully: Advise a group of six to eight students, sharing in their joys, challenges, and growth.

Who Are We Looking For?

  • Do you have a strong academic record and a heart that beats for teaching? Do you seek to make a difference? Are you ready for a challenge? Are you passionate about equity, inclusion, and anti-racist education? If yes, you are exactly the person we need.

What Are the Benefits?

  • Your reward: In addition to a competitive salary, you’ll enjoy the comfort of housing and meals. It’s like being part of a big, supportive family.
  • Your team: You’ll join 30 dedicated summer teaching fellows, each bringing their own unique spark to NMH.
  • Your guides: You’ll learn from seasoned educators who are expert teachers and will become lifelong mentors.

Ready to Hop On Board? Join Us!

  • Apply early! Here is the application form. We post the position on Handshake and other college platforms and start reviewing applications in December. We hire on a rolling basis, so while the deadline is Feb. 1, 2024, we highly recommend submitting your application ASAP.
  • What do you need to apply? An application form, a resume, a personal statement explaining why you are suited to this position, a transcript (GPA 3.0+), and two letters of recommendation.
  • Additional notes: Whether you’re a rising college junior or senior, a recent graduate, or a grad student, you’re welcome at NMH Summer. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents or have visa-free work eligibility. 
  • Please reach out to us at with any questions.

School Psychologist Cambridge Street Upper School (Cambridge)

Position:           Psychologist, Grades 6-8.

Overview of Cambridge Public Schools:

Cambridge is a vibrant, diverse city as well as a central hub and driver of the nation’s innovative economy. Home of the renowned educational institutions of Harvard and MIT, Cambridge is also the center of an impressive array of biotechnology, science, and information technology companies.

Educating about 7,000 students JK-12, the Cambridge Public Schools consists of award-winning faculty, cutting edge technology, and innovative programs. While each of our public schools is unique, they are joined in a shared vision of rigorous, joyful, and culturally responsive learning. Additionally, there is personalized support for every student. Over 30% of CPS students speak a language other than English at home and over 65 languages are spoken by our families. Among the most common are Spanish, Haitian Creole, Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, and Portuguese. Our schools proudly embrace this diversity.

The Office of Student Services (OSS) is responsible for providing a wide variety of services to CPS students with special needs to ensure equitable access and support for all, including those who are advanced or twice-exceptional learners.

The Role:

Under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services and the Director of Student Services, the Psychologist will conduct psychological assessments and serve as Team Chairperson for the school(s) to which they are assigned. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct and interpret psychological assessments resulting in comprehensive written reports that meet criteria in accordance with state and federal special education requirements
  • Chair school-based Special Education Team Meetings including , but not limited to, Initial Evaluations, Three Year Reevaluations, and Manifestation Determinations
  • Provide leadership to school-based Special Education Teams through technical assistance around implementation of state and federal special education law and regulations and Office of Special Education procedures
  • Develop and oversee the effective implementation of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) with appropriate documentation
  • Work closely with school staff to ensure that the learning, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of students are addressed
  • Serve as a staff resource with respect to disability categories, differentiated instruction, progress monitoring, and analysis of assessment results
  • Consult with administrators, special educators and related service providers, RtI Teams, general educators, parents, and outside agencies
  • Facilitate inter-agency (DCF, DYS, CBHI, DMH, etc.) collaboration with school-based Special Education Teams
  • Provide individual and/or group counseling as directed by supervisor
  • Serve as a liaison for students in Out of District Placements
  • Maintain appropriate standards of behavior, mutual respect, and safety
  • Carry out other related duties as may be designated

Your Skill Set: As the incoming Psychologist you will possess many, though perhaps not all, of the following characteristics and qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree or higher
  • Massachusetts License: School Psychologist required
  • Excellent communication and facilitation skills
  • Knowledge of state and federal special education laws and regulations
  • Experience working in an urban, multi-cultural school system with a variety of special education service models preferred

Cambridge Public Schools is committed to slowing and/or stopping the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, as a condition of employment with Cambridge Public Schools, all new hires will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 no later than their first day of work. Written requests for either a religious exemption from this requirement based on sincerely held religious beliefs, or for a medical exemption based upon clear documentation from a medical provider should be submitted to the attention of the Chief Talent Officer.

If interested, please visit for the application link

Middle School Math Teacher (Roxbury, MA)

Bridge Boston Charter School is currently hiring for TWO Middle School Math Teachers: 5th & 7th grade. If you want to learn more about these Lead Teaching Positions, please find current openings and more information on Bridge’s websites below!

Click here to read the job description and apply for Temporary 5th Grade Math Lead Teacher: SY 23-24

If you have any questions, please contact Kait Travis, Talent Manager, at or 781-771-3891

Middle School Spanish Teacher (Winchester, MA)

Winchester Public Schools is seeking a 1.0 FTE (full-time equivalent) Spanish Teacher to fill a leave of absence vacancy.  Starting January 5, 2024 through April 5, 2024 or thereabouts.

  • McCall Middle School is seeking a dedicated teacher who is passionate about inspiring students to learn Spanish and promoting a growth mindset.
  • Candidates should have experience or interest in implementing proficiency based instructional practices. 
  • Candidates should be willing to work collaboratively on curriculum development and lessons as McCall Middle School continually strives to improve student learning and engagement. 
  • Candidates should be able to embed social and emotional learning experiences into the daily classroom routine. 

Must hold a valid DESE Teacher Certification in Spanish.

Ideally Master’s plus 3 years experience.

Primary LocationMcCall Middle School
Salary RangePer Day
Shift TypeFull-Time
Job Contact Information
NameJames Lin

For further information and to apply visit

ELA and Math Tutor for 6th grader (Somerville, MA)

A family in Somerville is seeking an ELA and math tutor. See the message below for details:

I am looking for an ELA and math tutor for my 11 year old son, who is a 6th grader at the Kennedy School in Somerville. It can be two separate tutors, or a unicorn who can do both! My son has an ADHD/ASD1 diagnosis. He learns easily one on one, but has a hard time focusing in a classroom setting, so we are looking for weekly sessions to consolidate what he has learned in class. Ideally it would be 2 hours in math and two hours in ELA. Time and days is flexible- anytime between 3 and 5 PM on a weekday. We can pay $30/hour. If interested or would like more information please contact me at My name is Alison.