Opportunities

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Classroom Positions Available

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He Is Me Institute

Striving for community equity through education. Empowering Black men to obtain and retain careers in education, to help change the trajectory for the next generation of Black youth. He Is Me Institute

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Recruiting SPR 2023 Campus Ambassadors

WE NEED YOU!

Not only do we need you but your peers need you! NCCPC and CSUEB are working together to help students work together to cross that graduation finish line. We are recruiting a team of 5 current college students to serve as student ambassadors who will carry out peer-peer support on campus and virtually, share social media content and develop relationships and resources to enable powerful peer-peer engagement. 

Ideal candidates are students attending Cal State East Bay located in Hayward, California who have a strong interest in supporting college success for historically underserved student populations, and are confident navigating the CSUEB experience.


🚨 Apply By Feb 15, 2023.

Find all the information here: https://linktr.ee/nccpcambassadors 

If you have any questions contact Alex Badaoui at alex@norcalpromisecoalition.org. 

 

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Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO)

2022 West Coast CAT: October 22-23 in San Francisco, CA

About

We're excited to be collaborating with 3rd Street Youth Center and Clinic to host our in-person West Coast CAT happening on Oct 22 to Oct 23, 2022! Our Community Action Training (CAT) is an introductory training offering for activist and community leaders who are looking to deepen their knowledge and/or sharpen their organizing skills. We will dive into the different approaches to social change, get the opportunity to practice doorknocking, and more. We encourage participants to attend both days to get the full benefits of the training.

Due to COVID-19, masks are required for this in-person event.

Registration

The registration fee for our 2022 West Coast CAT is a sliding scale of $50-$125. Scholarships covering the full cost of the training are available if needed. If you wish to receive a scholarship, please email Rheema at rheema@ctwo.org with the subject line "Fall 2022 West Coast CAT Scholarship" for more information before registering for this event.

More Information

CAT is a prerequisite for our summer Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program (MAAP). MAAP is an 8-week intensive program that offers a unique opportunity for aspiring BIPOC organizers to learn the nuts and bolts of organizing and what it means to organize through a racial justice lens and build power that shifts the conditions in our communities. Click here for more information about MAAP.


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AERA Undergraduate Student Education Research Training

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) invites applications for an to be held Thursday, April 13 through Saturday, April 15 during the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting in Chicago. The application deadline is Tuesday, November 15, 2022.

 


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Science Educator Intern

Chabot Space & Science Center seeks candidates for the role of Science Educator Intern, a member of the Instructional Team in the Education Department. Education Interns are responsible for facilitating learning experiences for K-12 students and teachers. All programs focus on a learner-centered and inquiry-based approach to learning with an emphasis on open-ended experiences. Educators teach and facilitate on-site field trip workshops and summer camp programs, as well as present large group demonstrations, and support off-site events at schools and community venues. Workshops and programs range from 1-6 hours in length.

Key Responsibilities

For field trip workshops and summer camp:

○ Facilitate classroom and museum floor learning experiences for K-12 students around science learning and inquiry-based experiences

○ Plan and prepare all materials

○ Maintain classroom spaces

○ Modify experiences to fit the needs of the specific group as needed

○ Contribute to the ongoing content development

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Teaching Fellowship at SF Day School

The Teaching Fellowship Program provides a unique and dynamic opportunity for aspiring/early career teachers to develop and hone their skills under the mentorship of experienced lead teachers. In addition to working directly with a Lead Teacher and grade level team, Teaching Fellows participate in professional growth as a cohort of learners. 

Within the Teaching Fellow cohort,  there are regular meetings and touchpoints throughout the year. The goal of the cohort is to enrich and deepen community connections, hone the Teaching Fellow’s craft of teaching, and delve deeper into specific learning and teaching approaches including Universal Design for LearningDiversity, Equity and Inclusion work, and Responsive Classroom. As Teaching Fellows gain more skill and understanding of their areas of interest, their responsibilities and experiences expand within the classroom and the school.

Teaching Fellow Position Overview

The role of a Teaching Fellow is a collaborative one. While the Lead Teacher shoulders the primary responsibilities for a class, both teachers are expected to plan together to deliver whole and small-group instruction across content areas, in-person and online as needed. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Participates actively in planning, teaching, and assessing student growth
  • Attends and contributes to team and faculty meetings
  • Supervise students in recess, lunch, Specials classes, dismissal, etc.
  • Supports parent-teacher conferences and report-writing
  • Substitutes for the Lead Teacher in their absence
  • Participates in school events such as field trips and outdoor education overnight

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1-2 years of experience supervising children, preferably in a school environment
  • Ability to work with multiple independent school constituents (students, parents, and colleagues) in a warm and empathetic manner
  • An understanding of and willingness to learn more about technology in the classroom
  • Experience collaborating with a team of adults to reach a common goal

To Apply

Apply online with a cover letter and current resume. No phone calls please. 

Apply Now

 

Galileo Summer Camp Internship

Greetings from Galileo!

 

Summer is just around the corner, and we still have a few spots left for paid student internships. Galileo is a nationwide network of STEAM, project-based learning, and innovation-focused summer camps. We help foster the next generation of innovators, and we have fun while doing it. We still have openings for:

 

  • Camp Counselor Interns: Our Camp Counselors will take their small groups of campers from rotation to rotation and spearhead camper management and community building. 
  • Instructor Interns: Focus on teaching one elementary-level subject (art, science, or outdoor play) to a specific age group for the entire summer. 

All you need is 15 minutes and an updated resume to take the next step in having one of the most transformative summers of your life! 

 

Our final priority application deadline is Sunday, May 15th, at 11:59 PM PT.

We look forward to seeing your application soon!

 

Yours in Innovation,

 

The Galileo Team

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Employment at Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (COFAM)

 

Interpretation and Outreach Associate

The Corporation of Fine Arts Museums (COFAM) is seeking Interpretation and Outreach Associates. This position is designed for undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and individuals interested in careers in the arts and museums. This role is responsible for facilitating museum education, interpretation, and community engagement through an inclusive, interdisciplinary, and intersectional approach.

Application Deadline: Monday, May 16, 2022

 

Teach For America’s Ignite Fellowship

Do you want to make a direct impact this upcoming school year? Consider applying to Teach For America’s Ignite Fellowship to work directly with elementary or middle school students this fall.

TFA's Ignite Fellowship looks for current college students to lead virtual, small group tutoring sessions with students during the school day while partnering with veteran educators. This is a part-time, paid, virtual opportunity to build meaningful relationships with youth, accelerate student success, and hone your leadership skills. Start your application here.

Interested instead in paid, full-time post-grad opportunities? Check out our 2023 TFA corps application here.
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One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.