Postdoctoral Teaching Associates Positions

The Writing Program at Northeastern University is excited to be hiring a number of Postdoctoral Teaching Associates for 2022-23. 

Postdoctoral Teaching Associates teach a mix of first-year writing courses and disciplinary writing to advanced undergraduates. We are looking especially for candidates in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences who desire further training and specialization in the following areas of composition instruction: multilingual writing, social justice activism, antiracist pedagogies, community engagement, alternative assessment practices, online teaching, the digital humanities, and business, technical, and professional writing. 

Postdocs enjoy full-time faculty benefits and will enter the program as part of a collaborative cohort, with opportunities for pedagogical training and professional development. 
Applicants should review the full job posting here and contact our director, Laurie Nardone, at l.nardone@northeastern.edu to apply. Review of applications will begin April 25th; prospective applicants are encouraged to submit soon.

Seeking Teaching Assistants and Instructors

Calling all teaching assistants, teachers, and faculty looking for a fun, rewarding way to spend Summer 2022!

The Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth (CTY) offers enriching summer opportunities for students and professionals interested in instructing or supporting very bright and engaged students in a challenging and nurturing academic community unlike any other. 

We are looking for Teaching Assistants and Instructors for various Humanities, Science, Math, Computer Science and Writing courses! We have Day and Residential Sites (room & board provided at Residential Sites!).

Site locations are listed on our website. We are also looking for several other positions (administrative, residential assistants, counselors, etc) to support these site locations!

Please see the job posting here to learn more and apply!  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at ctyrecruiting@jhu.edu.

Summer Teaching Internship

We are reaching out to you with an excellent teaching opportunity for your aspiring teachers. Every summer we hire around 30 college juniors and seniors to join our teaching faculty, working alongside experienced lead teachers for five weeks. 

Our 2022 Teaching Internship Program Information includes next summer’s dates and courses, as well as detailed information about the program and previous intern’s testimonials.   As you can see from some of the testimonials, the program has been a life-changing experience for them.

Information about the NMH Summer Session, our Teaching Internship Program application packet, and application form are also available on our website. Applications are accepted from now through to February 1, 2022 although we encourage students to submit their applications as soon as possible.

Northfield Mount Hermon Summer Session p: 413-498-3290/ f: 413-498-3112 summer_session@nmhschool.orgwww.nmhschool.org/summer-session

One Lamplighter Way, Mount Hermon, MA 01354  nmhschool.org

Teaching Positions Available

Teaching positions available at the Pioneer Charter School of Science.

Although we prioritize candidates with teaching experience from volunteering, teaching assistantship, tutoring and others who went through formal teacher preparation programs; our minimum formal education requirement is a Bachelor’s degree. 

Teacher certification, experience or background in education are not hard requirements. We are looking for alumni and career changers who might want to come explore teaching careers at PCSS in one of these capacities. 

Teacher Assistants – 10 openings:

  • Provide classroom support to grade-level teachers
  • Assist with preparing and teaching daily curriculum for either STEM or non-STEM subjects

These are 3-year grant funded positions that pay $45,000/year for those able to assist with STEM subjects and $40,000/year for non-STEM.

Reading Specialists – 3 openings:

  • Serve as a resource to administration in areas of reading and instruction
  • Provide leadership in the implementation of reading program
  • Lead group and classroom sessions

Reading specialists can expect to earn $52,500 per year. We prefer candidates who have worked in similar roles, but ELA teachers with experience will be considered as well

Elementary-level Associate Teachers – 3 openings:

  • Co-teach directly with full-time grade level teachers
  • Receive mentorship, evaluation and while gradually taking more teaching responsibilities as the year progresses
  • Participate in professional development to deepen knowledge

Associate teachers can expect to earn $40,00 per year

Interested candidates can forward their resume to me directly. We offer a benefits package that includes medical, vision, dental, HRA, FSA, dependent care, transit plan, etc. We also offer a 403B plan and/or registration for the Massachusetts Teachers Retirement System (MTRS).

David Exe | Recruitment

Pioneer Charter School of Science 

Tel: (617) 294-4737 Ext. 3110

Fax: (617) 294-0596

www.pioneercss.org

Psychology Trainees Wanted!

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.