Summer Job Openings Background: The New American Association of Massachusetts (NAAM) is a non-profit organization that provides social support services to refugees and immigrants in northeastern Massachusetts. Core services include: ESOL classes, employment, case management, citizenship, youth programming, and more. NAAM’s Youth Program serves immigrant and refugee youth in grades K-12 through afterschool and summer programs, tutoring, mentoring, family engagement, and much more. We are currently hiring for a number of short-term positions for our summer youth program. Location: Lynn, Massachusetts Dates: July 5th to August 19th Compensation: $20-$30, commensurate to experience and licensure
More information can be found using the link below.
The Yleana Leadership Foundation is interested in recruiting both grads and undergrads for a transformative SAT summer camp that is part SAT bootcamp, part on-campus college experience, and part traditional summer camp. We are looking for people who are willing to work hard and have an amazing time creating a summer camp experience for high school students from under-resourced communities.
*Note for summer 2022: We are going to host staff training and both sessions of camp in person at Colgate University. We’re excited to be back in person after two years of virtual camp!
We’re hiring for two different paid positions within our organization this summer; click the links below for more information about each position. 2022 Employment Dates: June 12 – August 8, 2022
Our family of three is looking for some part-time childcare help for our just-turned-four-year-old, starting around the second half of June and extending through early-September (if possible). We’re in South Boston, right over the Broadway stop on the Red Line. Hoping to find someone interested in 15-20 hours/week, who would care for our son from early afternoon to early evening, three to four days a week. Our little one is active and curious, loves scooting, playgrounds, building with blocks, reading with grownups, visiting libraries and museums and more. We have memberships at most of the local kid-friendly museums and zoos, and easy access to a pool for hot days. Looking forward to hearing from anyone interested with early childcare experience, to share more about our family and needs and learn more about you. To note: There is also the possibility of continuing with some late afternoon hours during the next school year.
Compensation: $20-$22/ hour
Interested applicants should contact Andrew Sessa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training opportunity for any undergraduate or graduate-level students interested in gaining teaching experience working with children with ADHD. Summer trainees will receive extensive training in behavioral strategies to help with classroom management, as well as, gain over 200 hours of direct clinical experience!
Camp Baker is a therapeutic summer program based off of the Summer Treatment Program (STP) model and is specifically designed for 6–12-year-old children with ADHD.
Camp Baker is currently accepting applications for four roles: 1) Graduate Counselor, 2) Undergraduate Counselor, 3) Teacher, and 4) Teaching Assistant. Please visit our website for a detailed description of roles and responsibilities for each position: https://campbaker.org/training-opportunities/
All aspects of the training program are supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist. Trainees complete a week-long training prior to the start of treatment and receive ongoing supervision. Training begins *Friday, July 1, 2022, with the July 4th holiday off*. Camp Baker runs from *Monday, July 11th through Friday, August 19th, 2022.* Trainees typically work from 7:30am until 4:30pm and stay from 7:30am-6pm one evening per week.
Interested applicants can apply directly on our website:
The formerly known as Agassiz Baldwin Community, is hiring summer program specialists and afternoon teachers at our outdoor, arts- and play-based program. We serve rising JK-6th graders in the Cambridge/Somerville area and are currently accepting applications for afternoon teachers (who have a variety of hobbies and interests that make them perfectly engaging counselors for our youth) and also the following morning specialist positions: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics); Performing Arts; Dance and Movement; & Multimedia Arts.
The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our live online reading skills programs for students of all ages. Our programs provide students with the skills, books, and experiences they need to achieve greater success in school and beyond.
As an Institute teacher you will:
Earn between $600-$700 per week.
Improve your teaching skills and confidence, gaining valuable teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to high school students.
Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.
We provide comprehensive training and ongoing support for our teachers; we do not require teaching certification or experience. You must have a bachelor’s degree or higher and be available to teach classes five days a week, including both weekend days. We are looking for full-time teachers with availability to work 37-40 hours per week during the summer. There will be opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer.
Successful Institute teachers:
Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure.
Are responsible and hard-working, with strong communication and organizational skills.
Are comfortable and confident with technology.
Are patient and supportive with students and parents.
Camp Baker is now accepting psychology trainees for a fun opportunity to gain direct service hours over the summer
Have your summer classes been cancelled? Are your summer internships no longer happening? Do you need something to do? Apply to be a counselor at Camp Baker!
Camp Baker at Judge Baker Children’s Center currently has graduate-level and undergraduate-level summer training positions available. Camp Baker is a therapeutic summer program based off of the Summer Treatment Program (STP) and is specifically designed for 6-12 year old children with ADHD. The STP has positive effects on the serious behavioral, social, and academic difficulties exhibited by children diagnosed with ADHD. Camp Baker is currently accepting applications for three roles: 1) Graduate Counselor, 2) Undergraduate Counselor, 3) Teaching Assistant. Please visit our website for a detailed description of roles and responsibilities for each position: https://campbaker.org/training-opportunities/. All aspects of the training program are supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist. Trainees typically gain over 200 hours of experience providing treatment directly to children. Opportunities for participating in behavioral parent training groups are also available. Trainees complete a week-long training prior to the start of treatment and receive ongoing supervision. Training begins Wednesday, July 1, 2019 with the July 4th holiday off. Camp Baker runs from Wednesday, July 8th and continues through Friday, August 14th, 2020.
The stipend for graduate-level positions is $2,500 and the stipend for undergraduate-level positions is $1,000.
Supported by a $2.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU) program provides undergraduate STEM majors, planning to pursue a teaching career in science or seriously interested in exploring such a career, with an immersive summer experience in secondary mathematics or science education.
Each year, 24 STEM undergraduates selected from a network of 61 liberal arts institutions take part in a 6-week summer program that integrates a mathematics or science pedagogy course with a teaching practicum. Twelve students per summer participate in the mathematics TEU program at Brown University, and 12 participate in the science TEU program at Trinity College. TEU participants are awarded a stipend ranging from $2,500 to $3,500 depending on whether or not they choose to receive degree credit for the pedagogy course and on the student’s financial aid status at his/her home institution.