Monday Afternoon Babysitting – 5/13 through 6/24 (East Arlington)

We are looking for a sitter to commit to about 6 weeks of weekly babysitting:
2:30-5:30pm every Monday afternoon from 5/13 – 6/24 (excluding Memorial Day)

We have a 2.5 yr/old and an almost 1 yr/old. Job would include getting the kids up from their naps, giving a snack, and playing in the house or yard, maybe walking to the park down the street. We live in East Arlington near Thorndike field, less than 10 minutes from Tufts.

Strong preference for someone who has cared for very young children before. Pay is $25-$30/hour based on experience/qualifications.

Please contact Natalie Brown by text at 703-229-3580 or email at

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

3Point Lead Instructor/Teacher for Summer Academy (Dorchester & West Newton)

Dynamic and enthusiastic instructors needed to teach in a 5-week Summer Learning Academy
in Boston from Monday, July 8th – Friday, August 9th. The summer academies will be held at
UMass Boston in Dorchester and the Fessenden School in West Newton.

As a lead instructor/teacher with 3Point, you will inspire and teach youth to think critically,
problem solve, improve their communication and collaboration skills, and create projects using
today’s latest computer technologies. Training will be provided before the start of the summer
learning academy.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for and experience working with youth education. This is
a great opportunity for a flexible team player with a positive attitude and engaging
communication and teaching skills.

We are looking for instructors, certified to teach grades 5-8, who enjoy working with youth, and
have summer availability during the mornings, afternoon, or both; The summer program runs
from July 8th to August 9th from 7:30 am to 5 pm, each site has a slightly different schedule.
Teachers/Instructors will work from 9-12 pm, 9-4 pm, or 12-4 pm daily.

● $51.74/hr or the current BTU rate.
● Total compensation is set based on hours of work, including professional development,
on-site program time, and additional duties. Professional development hours shall not
exceed 20 hours.
● Site-specific job requirements, program hours, and training schedule to be determined
by the Summer Learning Academy program. Agreement to site-specific terms is required
for hire.
● Payroll will be processed on a biweekly basis after receipt of completed timesheets
following BPS summer payroll schedule.
● All employees must read and agree to the BPS 2024 Summer Program Terms of

● Position to begin the end of June/early July 2024(mandatory training) – August 9th, 2024
● Time is spent at one of the two sites, possibly meeting students at Roxbury Crossing to
be bussed to West Newton
● 20 or 40 hours a week, 5 weeks with additional training hours
● Hours consist between 7:30-5:00 pm M-F, depending on offer and availability

Qualifications – Required:
● Bachelor’s degree
● Massachusetts teaching license in 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade
● At least 1 year of formal teaching experience


An applicant should send a tailored cover letter highlighting relevant work experience
and a resume in PDF format to:, subject line: Lead

Beyond Akeela hiring Head Advisors

Beyond Akeela is a summer program in the Boston metro area that provides opportunities for neurodivergent 16-19 year olds to build practice the social, organizational, and self-advocacy skills needed to thrive in college.

We are currently hiring for several residential leadership positions in our community, which we call Head Advisors. You can learn more about the specifics of the role here: Head Advisor Job Description or in the attachment.


Beyond Akeela Head Advisor, Residential Leadership Role (Milton, MA)

Beyond Akeela, a summer program in the Boston metro area, is hiring for several head advisor positions in the summer. You can learn more about the specifics of the role here: Head Advisor Job Description. These leadership roles have been great fits for current or recently graduated School Psychology Masters students. The program provides opportunities for neurodivergent 16-19 year olds to build practice the social, organizational, and self-advocacy skills needed to thrive in college. Please visit the website or see the flyer below for more information on the job description.

Interested candidates should send their resume and any questions to Kevin Trimble, director of Beyond Akeela, at


Lead Counselor at Camp Moraine- 8 summer openings (Beverly, MA)

Camp Moraine is hiring 8 Lead Counselors for summer 2024. The job description is attached in the PDF below. The hours will be from 8AM-4:30PM Monday to Friday. The duration of the position will be from June 17-August 23. The pay will be $20-$28per hour.


Assistant Director at Camp Moraine- 2 summer openings (Beverly, MA)

Camp Moraine is hiring 2 Assistant Directors. One for the seedling camp (age 4-6 years), and one for the sapling camp (age 7-13 years). The job description is attached in the PDF below. The hours will be from 8AM-4:30PM Monday to Friday. The duration of the position will be from June 12-August 23. The pay will be $30 per hour.


Full-time Summer Nanny for 4-year-old (Magoun Square, Somerville)

We are seeking a summer nanny who can take care of our 4-year old girl from June 10 through September 2nd. We live steps away from Magoun Square Green-line T stop in Somerville. License and safe-driving record required. You can use your car or ours.

Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM, Monday- Friday. She will be signed up for one hour classes for gymnastics, swim, dance and art, so she’ll need to be chaperoned to and from those 1-hour classes.

Other expectations

  • Transporting and attending toddler activity meet-ups
  • Make and serve lunches and snacks.
  • There is a whole floor, bathroom, and shared outdoor space available for the caretaker.
  • Fold and put away her laundry 1x a week
  • Caring, fun demeanor 
  • Experience working with toddlers preferred 

Compensation/ benefits: $25/hour +time and a half for over 40/hours a week + $200 retention bonus for any week that we have off for vacation. 

For more information, please or call/text: 786-877-8199

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.

Paid Instructor and TA Positions at MIT


Openings for instructional staff for the upcoming summer or academic semester with our MITES Summer Program, formerly MITES (in math, science, and humanities) and MITES Semester Program, formerly MOSTEC (six-month hybrid STEM and college preparation program from June-December).

The staff positions are all part-time, on-campus and paid positions. Prospective candidates can learn more about the staff positions and how to apply on our website

To learn more about MITES Summer and MITES Semester, folks can view this webpage for MITES Summer and this webpage for MITES Semester or reach out to us at