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Welcome to Sarah’s Science!

Sarah’s Science is seeking a full-time Hiring Specialist/Program Assistant for our year-round educational programs. Our Hiring Specialist/Program Assistant is focused on recruiting talented educators and will help market our program across the Bay Area.

Who are we?

Founded in 1987 by Sarah Shaffer, Sarah's Science is a women owned, community oriented science education company. Our mission is to provide kids aged 5-15 with a unique approach to learning about the wonderful world of science and nature. Ultimately, we believe that we can inspire our youth by showing them that learning can be fun and rewarding.

How do I apply?

Please email us your resume and a cover letter explaining why this position would be the best fit for you. Additionally, please include application code 3739 at the bottom of your cover letter. 

Email address: jobs@sarahscience.com    

Why work with us?


  • Be a positive force for good in your community and encourage STEM literacy across the Bay Area

  • Work alongside the Founder/CEO and a small family-like team in our comfortable Castro Valley office 

Qualifications


  • You must have great interpersonal skills, be detail-oriented, and a people-person

  • Must be flexible and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment

  • Experience hiring/recruiting a big plus

  • Experience in the classroom or with children is a big plus

Responsibilities


  • Serve as an administrative liaison to schools, ensuring strong partnerships at each program site

  • Market our jobs through new and traditional mediums

  • Recruit, phone screen, and interview prospective staff

  • Promote program expansion by marketing the after school program to new schools

  • Attend promotional and recruiting events at local schools 

Required


  • A car is required for this position

  • Excellent computer skills, including MS Office Applications

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups

  • Reliable transportation (Public transportation is not an option) 

Compensation


  • $15-$18 per hour based on experience

  • Benefits included – health insurance, holiday pay, and vacation time 

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Job Type : Full-Time

Location(s) : Hearts Leap 

Schedule : Monday through Friday, full-time OR part-time considered, beginning ASAP

Compensation : Competitive Salary plus exceptional benefits

The Hearts Leap Schools are currently accepting resumes for Early Childhood teaching positions at our programs in Oakland and Berkeley!

Hearts Leap provides highly sought-after preschool programs that utilize Emergent Curriculum based on child-directed, Reggio-inspired and developmentally appropriate practices. We incorporate respectful and relationship-based practices that foster young children’s innate desire to explore and learn about their world. We are looking for individuals who are enthusiastic about providing the highest quality of care to children ages two to five.

As a member of our team, you will:


  • Receive exceptional benefits and a competitive salary

  • Be supported by a team of educators

  • Be encouraged and supported to continue your own learning and discovery

  • Have fun! 

  • Become part of the ICRI family (visit icrichild.org for more info)

The preferred candidate qualities are:


  • A positive attitude and enthusiasm for education and learning

  • Strong verbal and written communications skills   

  • Flexibility   

  • The ability to promote positive parent/teacher relations

  • A commitment to lifelong learning and professional development

  • A passion and joy for working with young children

The ideal candidate will have: 


  • Extensive knowledge of Emergent Curriculum, Early Development, and Responsive Care

  • A Bachelors or Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field 

  • 2+ years of experience working with toddlers or preschool-aged children

  • Excellent references  

Resumes and cover letters will be accepted via email. Please visit heartsleap.org to learn more! 

 

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Do you believe that ANY child? Do you love giving back? Do you want to work within your community? Come work at one of the bay's premiere private, non-pubic schools serving a deserving and special population!

 

Minimum Qualifications 

Education/ Experience 

● Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, or related field and a current California Level I or Level II Education Specialist Instruction Credential (Moderate-Severe or Mild/Moderate with an Autism Certificate attained or in progress) 

● 1 year of experience as a lead teacher/educator in a classroom setting, 

● 3 years experience working with those on the autism spectrum and/or working with students who are moderate to severely affected by a developmental disability in a professional setting 

● 3 years experience collaborating with other professionals (therapists, staff) on a student’s IEP team 

● 1 year of experience completing and presenting lesson plans, formal and informal assessments, progress reports, and IEPs for students with special needs 

Knowledge and Abilities 

● Have an extensive understanding (and the ability to demonstrate this understanding) of typical and atypical development of children, a variety of behavioral strategies/theories, how to work with those with severe sensory and communicative challenges, and the unique and individual learning styles of those with developmental disabilities. 

● Be familiar with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, and working with nonverbal students. 

● Be able to adapt and/or modify activities/curriculums to engage and teach each individual despite their challenges (physical, academic, emotional). 

● Be able to develop, implement, and model functional, experienced-based learning opportunities within a highly individualized curriculum. 

● Have the ability to take direction and follow through with tasks as assigned. 

● Be open to learning about and implementing new approaches used with children who have special needs through trainings, coaching sessions, and conferences; be able to transfer new learning into practice. 

● Be energetic, acting as a model for appropriate and genuine affect. 

● Be data-driven: have the ability to collect quantitative and qualitative data, describe progress in measurable terms, have the ability to review and analyze data, making programmatic adjustments accordingly as needed to promote student progress. 

● Must consistently demonstrate the ability to be a self-initiator, creative and flexible to meet the needs of the individual learning styles of the students. 

● Have collaborative team skills to effectively communicate, work with, and learn from others, maintaining a positive rapport with other staff members, administration, parents, consultants, outside care providers, and community members 

● Exercise leadership skills, including: Taking ownership of responsibilities, recognizing when systems don’t work and developing/implementing new systems, and knowing when/how to take activities further (to the next ability level of the activity, a different direction/component with the same activity, different ways to use the same materials, teaching new skills). 

● Have strong problem solving skills with a solutions-focused approach to any issues as they arise (with students, staff, parents, community members, etc.). 

● Be consistent with the philosophy and approach of the unique TCS program. 

● Have good judgment, tact, and ability to maintain the highest level of professionalism as a leader, a model to other staff members, and a representative of the organization 

● Have exemplary organizational skills and efficiency in completing tasks within the timeframe as assigned; the ability to manage time effectively while maintaining a high quality of work. 

● Have the skill set to problem solve basic computer issues, have a working knowledge of Macs and PCs. Should also have working knowledge of computer software and equipment such as: Chromebooks, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Gmail, Google apps (calendar, docs, groups, email), Pages, iPads, and digital cameras, etc. 

● Have an advanced understanding of English grammar and usage, editing/proofreading skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills 

Job Goals 

● Help to develop and provide an exemplary special education program to assigned students and establish a school wide environment that fosters learning and healthy development 

● Serve on the School-wide leadership team: Work with administration, other therapists, the Teachers and Classroom Staff to help facilitate a school program that allows students to meet IEP goals and developmental milestones and facilitates the development of: self-regulation, the ability to sustain engagement, positive attitudes and a sense of self, healthy social relationships, increasing levels of independence, and emotional well-being. While the curriculum and educational program is collaborative and trans-disciplinary in nature, the teacher’s areas of expertise are in functional academics, life skills, and social/emotional/behavioral development 

● Lead the teaching assistants and classroom support staff to facilitate a classroom team in a collaborative, respectful manner that supports the learning and professional goals of each staff member 

● Be self-reflective and objective for the ultimate benefit of the students and school program, give and take feedback in a positive and supportive way 

● Manage a clean, organized, effective classroom environment, regularly collaborating with other staff members to create and maintain this 

● Help to maintain a clean, organized, effective, healthy school environment and facilities 

● Be active in maintaining the efficacy and integrity of the organization within the goals/philosophy of the organization; strive to maintain the philosophy, and mission of the program to the highest capacity 

● Be supportive of and maintain positive relationships with all parents, care providers, students, other staff members, administrative staff, the board of directors, colleagues, district officials, and community members. 

● Work collaboratively with other Special Educators, therapists and classroom team to maintain a safe, positive, and supportive learning environment for staff and students. 

Essential Responsibilities 

● Teach students the necessary skills that will provide a solid foundation for an active, positive, healthy, and independent adulthood. This includes promoting the development of positive behaviors/self-regulation, functional academic skills, life skills, and social skills 

● Write, develop, edit and implement IEPs, complete and edit Progress Reports, develop and/or complete assessments and other documents as assigned within the time frames as assigned. Coordinate with therapists to ensure all parts to documents are complete and included. All completed documents must be turned into the Educational Coordinator for review, feedback, and additional edits before finalizing 

● Assign tasks to classroom staff and organize classroom responsibilities in a proactive, respectful, and supportive manner; encourage feedback and ideas from all staff 

● Develop effective classroom management and organizational systems when needed with the support and collaboration of the Educational Coordinator and Executive Director; ensure maintenance of these systems 

● Ensure data is regularly taken on IEP goals; data should be reviewed and analyzed regularly, making any necessary changes to the educational program with the collaboration and support of the Educational Coordinator. 

● Ensure that classroom files and binders are regularly maintained and documents and paperwork are updated as needed- (Note: this may be delegated to others, but the teacher is ultimately responsible for ensuring this maintenance) 

● Serve as a classroom leader and senior staff member in a collaborative team environment, lead classroom meetings and parent/staff conferences, actively participate in trainings and staff development days 

● Communicate effectively and respectfully with all parents, care providers, students, other staff members, administrative staff, the board of Directors, colleagues, district officials, and community members 

● Maintain active and regular communication between students’ home and school using school systems in place such as Google groups, encourage all parents/families to be active in the educational program 

● Work with Executive Director to assure the school program/classroom is adhering to all laws, regulations, and standards set forth by the Department of Education, particularly as it applies to maintaining the school’s NPS status 

● Maintain the confidentiality of all students and families 

● Help to maintain schoolwide and classroom supplies and equipment including curriculum supplies, computers, walkies and all other electronic equipment, assuring their organization, availability, cleanliness, and working order 

● Manage time and resources effectively and appropriately 

● Work within the classroom budget, ensure the classroom money and documents are organized, maintained and secure 

● Work in a positive and effective manner with all other school staff recognizing differences in work styles to support the individual growth and development of coworkers

● Seek guidance, support, clarification, or additional information from Educational Coordinator and Executive Director when needed; be responsible for own learning/understanding 

● When needed, present problems, issues or concerns to the Executive Director and Educational Director in a respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner; issues or concerns with specific staff members should be communicated in the same manner to that person directly. Receive critical feedback/ fellow staff concerns in an equally respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner 

● Actively participate in school-level planning, meetings/committees and other school system groups 

● Make effective use of community resources to enhance the instructional program 

● Perform other duties within the scope of employment, experience, and certification as assigned 

Physical Requirements 

Working and playing with students at The Creekside School requires a considerable amount of strength and physical movement. Employees must be able to exert up to 80 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 40 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 20 lbs. of force constantly to move objects, equipment, and to work/play with students. Employees must be able to perform the following physical movement functions as needed: LIFTING - Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to-position. CLIMBING - Ascending or descending stairs, ramps, or hills using feet and legs BALANCING - Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling STOOPING - Bending body downward and forward KNEELING - Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees. CROUCHING - Bending body downward and for-ward by bending legs and spine. CRAWLING - Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet. STANDING - Remaining upright on the feet, particularly for sustained periods of time. WALKING - Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances for community outings or moving from one classroom/office to another. Running is required for potential emergency situations and occasionally when playing with students PUSHING - Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or outward. PULLING - Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion. REACHING - Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction. HANDLING - Seizing, holding, grasp-ing, turning, or otherwise working with hand or hands. FINGERING - Picking, pinching, or otherwise working primarily with fingers as in handling, typing, or writing. Outdoor swimming is a seasonal component to the educational program. All staff employees working directly with students are required to swim and engage in water activities with the students, so the ability to swim and work with students in a pool is required. Please Note: the population of students at TCS may exhibit behaviors such as aggression (e.g. biting, kicking, hitting), property destruction, self-injurious behavior, screaming, etc. Due to the potential safety risk for staff and students associated with working with those who may engage in behaviors of concern, All staff will be certified by the Crisis Prevention Institute® (CPI) to handle potentially dangerous situations and work to prevent crisis situations and/or hazards associated with those who engage in behaviors that pose a safety risk. Staff will not be allowed to perform Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM or any type of physical management unless they have received the initial CPI training/certification through The Creekside School. The CPI program is a safe, non harmful behavior management system designed to aid staff members in maintaining the best possible Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM for agitated or out of control individuals even during their most violent moments. In the event that a student requires physical management because he/she poses a serious, imminent safety risk to him/herself and/or others, Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM will be used as a last resort. This involves the use of safe, non harmful control and restraint positions to safely control an individual until he/she can regain control of his/her behavior.

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Wage: 15.50 to 20.00 per hour

Job Type: Part-time

Schedule: Afternoons, Evenings, Optional Weekends

Who We Are:

· We specialize in one-to-one therapy for students diagnosed with dyslexia and other learning and attention challenges.

· Using a variety of techniques, we help students become truly confident and independent learners by addressing the underlying processing skills such as auditory and visual processing, sensory-motor integration, and logic and reasoning to support academic skills such as: reading, spelling, writing, and math skills.

This Career Opportunity:

· This position is an excellent fit for students enrolled in the field of educational therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, mindfulness practice, music and art therapy and/or individuals vested in these fields who are looking to expand their practice.

Description of Duties:

· Has a growth mindset around learning

· Believes in developing life-long-learning skills and a love of learning

· Possesses strong written communication skills.

· Able to assess students and determine priority of goals for individual students.

· Able to compose and implement lesson plans for assigned students.

· Able to learn quickly and generalize knowledge to all areas of instruction.

· Be a problem solver.

· Be flexible.

· Able to communicate positively and effectively with students, parents, teachers, network providers, vendors, and coworkers.

· Able to attend weekly staff meetings.

· Good office management skills such as: strong keyboarding, organization, and preparation of curriculum.

Benefits:

· Flexible Hours

· Rate of pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.

· Bonuses based on performance reviews.

· Opportunity for advancement based on performance review.

· Extensive on the job training. Supervision provided weekly by Educational Therapy Provider.

· On the job training.

· Hours flexible and range from 15 to 25 hours per week.

· If interested, please send your resume to lyonlearning@gmail.com

We strongly urge all applicants to peruse our website prior to applying for this position at www.lyonlearning.com

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Welcome to Sarah’s Science!

Sarah’s Science is seeking a full-time Hiring Specialist/Program Assistant for our year-round educational programs. Our Hiring Specialist/Program Assistant is focused on recruiting talented educators and will help market our program across the Bay Area.

Who are we?

Founded in 1987 by Sarah Shaffer, Sarah's Science is a women owned, community oriented science education company. Our mission is to provide kids aged 5-15 with a unique approach to learning about the wonderful world of science and nature. Ultimately, we believe that we can inspire our youth by showing them that learning can be fun and rewarding.

How do I apply?

Please email us your resume and a cover letter explaining why this position would be the best fit for you. Additionally, please include application code 3739 at the bottom of your cover letter. 

Email address: jobs@sarahscience.com    

Why work with us?


  • Be a positive force for good in your community and encourage STEM literacy across the Bay Area

  • Work alongside the Founder/CEO and a small family-like team in our comfortable Castro Valley office 

Qualifications


  • You must have great interpersonal skills, be detail-oriented, and a people-person

  • Must be flexible and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment

  • Experience hiring/recruiting a big plus

  • Experience in the classroom or with children is a big plus

Responsibilities


  • Serve as an administrative liaison to schools, ensuring strong partnerships at each program site

  • Market our jobs through new and traditional mediums

  • Recruit, phone screen, and interview prospective staff

  • Promote program expansion by marketing the after school program to new schools

  • Attend promotional and recruiting events at local schools 

Required


  • A car is required for this position

  • Excellent computer skills, including MS Office Applications

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups

  • Reliable transportation (Public transportation is not an option) 

Compensation


  • $15-$18 per hour based on experience

  • Benefits included – health insurance, holiday pay, and vacation time 

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JOB TITLE: Teacher - Special Education- Moderate/Severe

WORK YEAR: Full Time/7 hours per day/11 months/183 working days

START DATE: August 8, 2019

SALARY: Salary Schedule 4, $218.47-$440.14 daily, Placement dependent on education and experience. Stipend for Doctorate $500 annually.

Placement on salary schedule is dependent upon how many years of full time certificated experience you have, as well as your level of education above and beyond your Bachelor’s Degree.

PLEASE NOTE: PER OUR SUPERINTENDENT’S POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, THE BUTTE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION WILL CREDIT NEW EMPLOYEES WITH A MAXIMUM OF 11 YEARS CERTIFICATED EXPERIENCE.

AREA OF Sierra Avenue Elementary School

ASSIGNMENT: Oroville, CA

BENEFITS: Generous benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, and Vision for employee and dependents. Sick leave accrued. Life insurance for employee. This position qualifies for CalSTRS retirement.

DEADLINE: This position is open until filled. To receive full consideration

please apply by Monday, April 22, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

DEFINITION:

Under the direction of the Site/Program Administrator or his/her designee, BCOE teachers will provide an effective educational program for students in regular, independent study, or special education programs. Teachers of students in infant, preschool, elementary or secondary grades will assess the academic needs and identify the learning styles of their students in order to guide individual and large group instruction; maintain a safe and orderly learning environment; establish school-home relationships; emphasize academic learning utilizing effective instructional strategies, techniques and culturally relevant curriculum to support student achievement.

To meet the learning needs of students, teachers will be part of a systematic collaborative process to analyze student data, thus impacting professional practices that result in improved student learning. Teachers must use an educational process that blends teaching knowledge with student performance, and demonstrate knowledge of the California Standards for the Teaching Profession and the California Academic Content Standards. Teachers will be expected to grow as educational professionals to attain greater confidence in teaching skills.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: [May include, but are not limited to the following]


  1. Implement research based programs that show consistent and continued gains in student learning and mastery of academic skills.

  2. Design and develop an educational environment that accommodates an instructional learning program for students based on individual and group learning styles.

  3. Implement grade level appropriate instructional techniques to foster self-esteem and academic success for students.

  4. Use academically culturally appropriate resources and curriculum to guide instruction.

  5. Collaboratively develop and responsibly implement individualized educational plans (IEP).

  6. Facilitate community outreach.

  7. Support and participate in activities of Parent Advisory Councils or Site Councils.

  8. Collaborate as a member of an educational Professional Learning Community.

  9. Set up accountability systems for formative assessments and evaluations of progress, achievement, attitude and/or behavior differences of students.

  10. Work with staff, volunteers, tutors, interns, and parents to assist with program implementation.

  11. Participate in professional in-service training activities.

  12. Use multiple assessments to identify, monitor, assess, and evaluate academic achievement of students.

QUALIFICATIONS:

KNOWLEDGE OF/ABILITY TO:


  1. Use advanced skills in the development of innovative instructional strategies that actively engage students and have a comprehensive understanding of California Academic Content Standards, demonstrate skills in effective classroom/behavior management, employ differentiated instruction to meet needs of specific student populations (ELD, Special Education, low performing, gifted), use assessment data to guide instruction to support student learning and achievement, implement standards-based curriculum and instruction.

  2. Establish and maintain positive relationships with parents, families and community representatives of students enrolled.

  3. Establish effective working relationships with community agencies in support of educational, social and emotional needs of students.

  4. Build success with students in fostering civic responsibility and developing positive self-concept.

  5. Have knowledge and experience with differentiated instruction and the incorporation of technology into the classroom environment.

  6. Be experienced in the use of the California Content Standards in everyday instruction.

  7. Have ability to perform duties as per specific job description below.

OTHER:


  1. Must possess a valid California Driver’s License and liability insurance.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:


  1. A California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction of students (as appropriate for the specific assignment).

  2. Possess or be eligible for EL authorization.

  3. Experience working with at-risk students preferred.

  4. Hold or be qualified as a NCLB (No Child Left Behind) Highly Qualified Teacher in core subjects or self-contained classroom (as appropriate for specific assignment).

SPECIAL EDUCATION ADDITIONS TO TEACHER JOB DESCRIPTION


  1. Moderate/Severely Disabled (SH/ED)

• Hold or qualify for an Internship Program for a California Education Specialist Instruction Credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities or hold a California Specialist Credential in Special Education for the Severely Handicapped.

• Possess or be eligible for EL authorization.

• Willingness and ability to provide medical and toileting procedures on students when needed.

• Knowledge of Special Education Law, Federal and State.

• Knowledge of California Alternative Performance Assessment (CAPA) blueprint.

• Knowledge of and ability to participate in Individual Education Plans (IEP) meetings for students.

• Supervise/train paraprofessionals supporting special needs students.

Other:


  1. To comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new employees must provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States.

  2. FINGERPRINTING FOR CONDUCTING A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION IS REQUIRED (and completed upon offer of employment)

TO APPLY:

Online applications only; no paper copies will be accepted. All online applications must be accompanied by the following attachments; (incomplete applications will not be accepted):

• Cover Letter

• Resume

• Three Letters of Recommendation

• One of these two items must be attached as proof of appropriate credential:

o Credential holders – copy of credential from the CTC website

o Current students/credential candidates – copy of passing RICA score report

• Transcripts

Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Handicapped IX Employer

Deaf individuals may use the toll-free California Relay Service (CRS). If you have a TTY: (530) 532-5650. If you do not have a

TTY: 1-800-735-2922. Upon CRS connection, ask for 530-532-5785 for more information about this recruitment.

**Upon offer of employment the following is required:


  1. Newly employed personnel shall present student copies of transcripts with the registrar's signature or copies of official transcripts with the registrar's signature or grade reports/credit certificates with an official seal and registrar's signature to verify initial placement on the salary schedule.

  2. Newly employed personnel shall be responsible for securing and presenting to the Human Resources Department all documentation required for unit verification and/or in support of salary schedule placement. All documentation must be received within thirty (30) days following the effective date of the initial contract. Failure to present required documentation within the thirty (30) day period will result in the withholding of salary warrants until such documents are placed on file

  3. Copy of a valid California Driver’s License and liability insurance.

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Youth Programs prides itself on providing vibrant and creative youth programs for all ages and abilities. We offer different opportunities for youth to engage in an active lifestyle through camps, sports-based activities, field trips, and more; all while providing a safe and positive environment where children learn new skills, grow together, and play!

Youth Programs, housed in the Department of Recreation and Wellness, is looking to hire seasonal full-time employees (Summer 2019 dates; June 3 – August 9, 2019). This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team and make a difference in a child’s camp experience.

Visit our career page to apply or please specify the positions you are interested in and send your cover letter and resume

Positions Available:

Youth Programs Camp Counselor

Camp Counselors are the heart of Stanford Youth Programs. Under the direction of the Asst.

Director of Youth Programs, counselors work to ensure that each child feels welcome, safe, and loved at camp through their daily interactions with children under their care. Counselors have a special opportunity to make a change in the life of a child while developing valuable professional skills and program planning experience.

Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday, June 3 – August 9, 2019

Mandatory staff training 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday – Friday, June 3 – 7, 2019

Additional extended days will be required. Dates and schedules for extended work hours will be provided during staff training.

Minimum Qualifications:

• High school graduate or age 17 and up, preferred

• Experience working with youth in Grades K – 12 preferred.

• Passionate about working with youth and creating powerful experiences in a camp setting.

• Knowledge of running sports activities.

• Experience working in a camp setting a plus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Responsible for the emotional and physical safety of children. Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas.

• Identify and respond to camper behavior issues. Resolve conflicts within the group as necessary.

• Planning and implementation of a variety of programs for campers

• Work collaboratively with other staff.

• Support goals and spirit of Stanford All Sports Camp programming.

• Uphold the mission and values of Stanford Recreation and Wellness and the University.

In your cover letter, please include answers to the following two questions:

1. What experience do you have that has prepared you for working at Camp Cardinal?

2. What skills or habits will a Camp Cardinal camper gain or learn from having you as their

leader?

Sports Specialist

The Sports Specialists are an integral member of our Head staff and work with fellow head staff, counselors, and campers to infuse teamwork, group games and healthy sportsmanship into the Classic Cardinal Camp at Camp Cardinal. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Youth Programs, the Sports Specialists will help to create camp community, pride and a sense of achievement through Sports and Games. The Sports Specialists will work both together and independently (one for each age group) to design curriculum for the camps in advance of the summer, and be responsible for communicating that to fellow staff through lesson plans.

Hours: 7:45 am – 4:45 pm, Monday – Friday, June 3 – August 9, 2019

Mandatory staff training 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday – Friday, June 3 – 7, 2019

Additional extended days will be required. Dates and schedules for extended work hours will be provided during staff training.

Qualifications

• Minimum of 2 years of college from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

• Passionate about working with youth grades K-6.

• Significant experience working with youth in a camp or educational setting.

• Basic First Aid, Adult and Child CPR with AED certified or ability to obtain upon employment.

• Experience in program development and implementation.

• Experience with coaching a variety of sports.

• Experience with curriculum design, preferably for sports-related activities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Responsible for the emotional and physical safety of children and staff. Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas.

• Design and submit lesson plans Camp Director and fellow head staff two weeks prior to each Camp.

• Run weekly meetings sharing lesson plans with head staff.

• Planning and implementation of a variety of programs for campers.

• Plan and implement programs for the campers.

• Ensure that the camp programs run smoothly.

• Liaise between parents and staff.

• Work collaboratively with other staff

• Supervise, teach and interact with campers.

• Uphold the mission and values of Stanford Recreation and Wellness and the University.


  1. What experience do you have that has prepared you for working at Camp Cardinal in a leadership role?


  2. What skills or habits will a Camp Cardinal camper gain or learn from having you as their leader?


*Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

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Job Title: Test Administrator and Proctor (TAP)

Locations: Burlingame and Woodside, CA

Number of Positions: Multiple

Start Date: Variable

Pay: $10 to 15 per hour

Cardinal Education is looking for Test Administrator and Proctors to join our team in Burlingame, CA or Woodside, CA. We are a fast-growing company focused on providing top tier test prep, tutoring, and admissions consulting to families.

The Test Administrator and Proctor position will be responsible for administering standardized tests at the Cardinal Education Woodside or Burlingame office on Saturday and Sunday mornings/afternoons as scheduled. Our current test prep students register for practice tests in order to become more comfortable with the tests and to gauge their progress over time. The Test Administrator and Proctor will play a key role in helping students and families have a welcoming experience with Cardinal Education.

RESPONSIBILITIES

-Administer exams to groups of 4 to 15 students

-Weekend office opening duties

-Correctly keep track of time

-Display upbeat and enthusiastic customer service

-Maintain a neat office space

-Restock inventory of testing materials and supplies

 

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Sage Educators is looking for bright, dynamic people to join our staff for the 2019-20 school year.

 

This is not your typical tutoring job. At Sage, you will be part of a full-time team with a common goal: to create a dynamic educational community wherein our students can relax, focus, and thrive. We work with students of all ages, from all backgrounds, in everything from organization and study skills to AP Calculus and the college essay. But we do more than that. We're also role models, mentors, and friends. At Sage, our employees have the opportunity to gain experience by teaching one-on-one and in the classroom setting, with students from public school to private school and everything in between. As a small business, Sage offers opportunities to get involved with marketing, administration, business development and management, to name a few. With the recent development of our nonprofit arm, Sage Educators Foundation, there are plenty of ways to contribute and grow at Sage. Ideal candidates will be comfortable working in an active environment with a friendly staff and diverse clientele. All tutoring takes place at our three offices in Mill Valley, Larkspur and San Anselmo.

 

BENEFITS:

We provide an outstanding Compensation and Benefits package that includes health insurance, a gym membership, a bi-weekly box of local fruits and vegetables, external volunteer and leadership experiences, merit-based pay increases and expanded opportunities, plus immeasurable pride and big-time job satisfaction.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

All candidates must have a bachelor's degree and stellar academic credentials. Qualifying tests are administered to all applicants. Upper-level math and science knowledge is highly desirable.

This is a full-time position. Please note that, when school is in session, our offices operate on a non-traditional schedule: we are open from 2 pm to 10 pm, Monday through Thursday, and from 12 pm to 8 pm on Sundays.

 

Learn more at https://sageeducators.com/careers/.

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 Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue is seeking a professional and dedicated person to join our team as Wildlife Education Support Staff with additional administrative duties. You will be responsible for our education and outreach programs as well as development and administrative duties.

This position will be 32 hours a week, 4 days a week. Your schedule will be Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

We are seeking a person who is comfortable working with donors with a high level of maturity and discretion as well as working with children of all ages. Your job duties will include:

-Scheduling tours

-Conducting tours for individual visitors and groups, educating individuals about native wildlife while conducting tours of our Wildlife Ambassador Area.

-Educating the general public over the phone as well as face to face interactions

-Leading large school tours and school groups

-Leading smaller tours and private tours

-Performing administrative tasks when tours are not occurring

-Handling emergency “Hotline” calls and scheduling rescues

-Performing facilities maintenance, for example, laundry, dishes, taking out garbage, sweeping, etc.

The Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate for this position:

-Is reliable, proactive, detailed oriented, well-organized, and self-motivated with

the ability to take initiative;

-Proficient in Microsoft Office which includes Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;

-Has the ability to work during the week as well as some evenings, weekends, and overtime as needed;


  • 1-3 years of related work experience is required. Experience with children and large groups docenting preferred;

-Has excellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal and customer service skills;

-Has the ability to assess priorities and work well under pressure, excellent time management skills and strong attention to detail; and

-Will be happy working in a fast paced, mission driven, and customer service oriented environment.

-Will be proficient in data entry and properly utilize our online database for logging calls and wildlife admissions into our facility.

-Will be comfortable on the phones and competent in handling difficult callers.

-Will ask for assistance when need to from coworkers and managers.

If you are the ideal candidate and reasonably meet the outlined expectation of experience and qualifications, and if you would like to be a part of a rewarding environment, submit your resume and cover letter today!

Our Education Assistant needs to be skilled at social media and proficient with Microsoft Office software. Website maintenance with a simple website builder is also required. This position works very closely with our Executive Director to develop our existing programs. This is not an animal care position. Compensation and benefits dependent on experience, $14-$16 per hour plus benefits. 

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Leeway School for Educational Therapy is a state certified nonpublic school for elementary, middle, high school, and transition students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, social and/or communication deficits, and behavior challenges. Our staff consists of administrators, credentialed teachers, counselors, a speech pathologist, an occupational therapist, behaviorist, and instructional assistants.

There are a few openings for an instructional assistant in our moderate/severe classroom.

The duties include, but are not limited to the following:

* Provide learning support and guidance to students

* Assist students with activities delegated by the teacher

* Monitor safety of students

* Ensure students are following school rules

* Assist students with hygiene needs as needed

* Record data collection on IEP and behavior goals

School hours: 8:15-2:15 or 9:00-3:00 with the opportunity of an earlier start time and later end time for either shift

Minimum qualifications include the following:

Some college and experience in related field

Compensation:

Start pay $13.25-$14.00 - depends on experience and education

 

Qualifications

•High School Diploma

• College experience and or the completion of a bachelor’s degree preferred.

• The ability to work and build relationships with students and families to help their school and behavioral progress.

• A willingness to attend trainings and meetings to further your skill set.

Key words: teacher assistant, teacher aide, teacher aides, teacher's aide, instructional assistant, instructional assistants, instructional aide, instructional aides, school aide, school aides, special education, special education school, special ed, special ed school, tutor, social worker, counselor, special ed, moderate/severe, mild/moderate, behaviorist, behavior intervention

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Do you want to lead a team that prepares students for the future? Are you passionate about building community through education? Aspire Education Project seeks a Director of Learning and Partnerships with experience in academic instruction, program management, and staff supervision.

Description & Details

Aspire Education Project is a Bay Area nonprofit organization dedicated to combating educational inequity across the Bay Area. We do this with three programs:


  • One-on-one tutoring in academic subjects

  • School and organizational partnerships for academic workshops, test prep, and other support classes

  • Early literacy support for preschool students in Oakland

Our Aspire model is rather unique: we work with students across the income spectrum to deliver the educational resources they need. Income from our market rate services goes back into our scholarship fund and partnerships to serve low-income students.

OUR HIRING NEEDS

The Director of Learning and Partnerships will oversee two of our major program areas: Private Tutoring and Programs & Partnerships. This role will report to the Executive Director, work on cross team-projects with other Directors, and supervise a Program Coordinator and Office Assistant.

Responsibilities:

75% Program Management


  • Manage relationships with and services for clients, partners, and tutors

  • Act as liaison and point of contact for our institutional partners (Oakland EdFund, Boys and Girls Clubs, independent schools, etc.)

  • Oversee all aspects of client management for our private tutoring students and families

  • Lead program design, execution, and evaluation for 15-20 academic/ test prep programs each school year to serve over 700 students

  • Budget programs to meet our partners' needs

  • Create and steward contracts and MOUs with schools and non-profit partners

  • Assist with marketing, email campaigns, and web updates

15%  Hiring and Supervision:


  • Manage screening, hiring, and cultivating Aspire Education Project's team of educators and administrative staff

  • Build partnerships with likely sources of tutoring candidates (Universities, graduate programs, etc.)

  • Design and conduct regular trainings for staff and tutors

  • Supervise and support the Program Coordinator (responsible for tutor matching and family support) and Office Assistant (helps with office operations and data entry)

  • Work with other staff to maintain clear channels of communication

10%  Curriculum Development and Documentation:


  • Expand and maintain Aspire Education Project's curriculum for classes and workshops (SAT/ ACT, applied math, High School Entrance Exams, etc.)

  • Create and maintain internal process documents, job descriptions, and other materials

Qualification and Skills:

Teaching/ Education


  • At least two years experience in teaching, tutoring, education, and/or youth programs with students in our target age range (13-18) is required

  • Expertise in high-school STEM subjects and standardized test preparation for the ACT and SAT.

  • Student-centered approach to teaching and learning; understanding of strengths-based education and youth development

Management and Leadership


  • At least two years experience managing programs and staff, preferably in a growing educational or social enterprise

  • Experience working closely with an assistant and/or executive-level decision maker particularly helpful.

  • Comfort with prioritizing tasks in a limited-resource environment, with flexible problem solving skills

  • Able to work both independently and lead others

  • Understanding of competitive market environment/ for-profit tutoring and education enrichment programs

Communication and Cultural competency


  • Committed to diversity and equity, and able to successfully collaborate with people from different backgrounds and experiences.

  • Value different perspectives and synthesize feedback into actionable steps

  • Comfort speaking in many different settings – with parents, at a funder's office, a school, partner organization, or neighborhood meeting

  • Experience overseeing sales and outbound communication, constructing mass emails, or other marketing campaigns

  • Clear writing and verbal communications providing excellent customer service and articulation the work and mission of Aspire Education Project

The Basics


  • Expertise in direct client interactions on phone and email

  • Mastery of MS Office tools, Google apps, ability to learn CRM platforms (including Salesforce) and troubleshoot technical problems

  • Knowledge of the Bay Area education community

  • Ability to pass TB clearance and comply with Oakland and San Francisco school background check requirements after hiring

  • Some evenings and weekends required

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Local Motion is looking for a Bike Mechanic / Youth Educator to work with the Bay Area BikeMobile, an innovative program designed to help young people use their bikes more often.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

The Bay Area BikeMobile hosts free bicycle repair and education events at schools, parks, and community events across the Bay Area. 

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The Bike Mechanic / Youth Educator repairs bicycles while educating the owner about the repair process. This position is supervised by the Lead Mechanic and Program Director. Transportation to job sites is provided from North Oakland and considered paid time. It is also possible to transport yourself directly to the job site.

REQUIREMENTS:

6 months experience working with youths, or equivalent

6 months experience repairing bikes in a shop setting, or equivalent

Professional, patient, and outgoing personality

Physical ability to lift 40 pounds

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience working with diverse populations in the SF Bay Area and sensitivity to the issues faced by low-income communities

Proficiency in Spanish and English.

HOURS AND COMPENSATION:

Scheduling is flexible. A typical shift is 6-8 hours Tues-Sun. The pay rate is DOE and ranges from $18-23/hr. PTO is accrued at 2 weeks per year when working FTE. Monthly health stipend is provided for full time employees. Part time, full time, and on-call positions are available.

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested individuals are invited to email a cover letter and resume. Interviews will take place in Oakland. The start date is flexible.

Applicants will be evaluated on the following criteria:

Experience repairing bikes

Experience working with youths

Communication skills

In your resume please specify the number of hour per week AND the number of weeks per year worked at relevant jobs.

Local Motion is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.

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TLP Education needs tutors in the San Gabriel Valley to fulfill various in-home tutoring positions. Right now, we have a family in Monrovia who needs in-home tutoring for a high school junior in English and history. This high school junior has missed a lot of school and has a lot of catch-up work which needs to be done before the school year ends.

In addition, we are also looking for qualified tutors in all subjects by the fall. If you are interested, please contact me.

Feel free to visit our website for more information about who we are.

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YUM Chefs is a non-profit culinary school based in San Francisco’s Mission District. In addition to the hands-on, from scratch cooking experiences offered year round, we also run week-long cooking camp sessions all summer. We are looking to hire an enthusiastic, food-positive, and adventurous person to assist in culinary classes for children. 

An ideal candidate will answer yes to all the following questions:

Are you looking forward to a delicious, enriching, and exciting program?

Do you love to cook and eat?

Can you think on your toes and easily adapt to changes?

Do you have experience working with children?

Are you outgoing, detail oriented, and creative?

Qualities and Requirements:


  • 20+ hours/week and availability during school closure day camps

  • Teaching experience with children (preferred)

  • Summer camp counseling experience preferred

  • Knowledge of cooking and food preferred

  • Background Check

  • Culinary Degree or equivalent work experience

  • Physical/TB Test

  • ServSafe Food Handler’s Certificate (taken within the last 5 years) (preferred)

  • CPR and First Aid for minors certificate

  • Qualities: Sense of urgency, attention to detail, ability to multitask, ability to work with children and parents, confidence in the kitchen and overseeing children

  • Flexibility in schedule

  • Full-time for Holiday Day Camps (school closures) and Summer Camp

  • Must be available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and occasional Saturday and Sunday (for special classes and parties)

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


  • Assist lead teacher with after school cooking classes and summer camps

  • Ability to teach some of the after school classes

  • Sub and teach for off site classes located at transitional housing centers

Logistics:Compensation is $16/hourJob Type: Part-timeSalary: $16.00 /hour

Preferences:

Professional culinary background

Experience as a summer camp counselor OR in children’s education

Working knowledge of common produce in the kitchen and garden

To apply:If you are as excited as we are about cooking with kids, please submit a current resume to info@yumchefssf.org. [Here at YUM Chefs, we do our part to foster diversity. All people (including but not limited to POC, LGBTQ, veterans) are encouraged to apply]

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Are you passionate about creating a fun and educational experience for children? Do you love cooking and tasting recipes from different countries? Are you looking to enhance your experience working in food and tech innovation, while being involved with a Silicon Valley Startup? Chef Koochooloo is a mobile + social + educational platform that teaches kids about math, science and geography through cooking.  We hold presence in over 30 Silicon Valley schools, have served well over 2000 students, and are in the midst of launching our iPad application.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:


  • Deliver the cooking lesson to a group of approximately 15 children ages 4-10 following the syllabus created by the Chef Koochooloo Product Development team

  • Guide the kids in preparing recipes from different countries while discovering the world

  • Actively engage in suggesting and planning activities, such as science experiments that relate to the recipes, fun facts and games

  • Sessions: Part time (Immediate, Academic  School Year) and Full time or Part time (Summer)

Desired Skills and Experience


  • Undergraduate Standing, Child Development or Education Units is a plus

  • Demonstrated interest and experience with children ages 4-10

  • Commitment to safety and well-being of the children

  • Schedule flexibility 

  • Passion for cooking and education

  • Communication and interpersonal skills

  • Proven ability to work as a member of a team

  • Great written and oral communication skills

 

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St. Clair Brown is an urban winery, nano-brewery, and culinary garden located in the city of Napa. We have an immediate opening for a part-time Wine & Beer Educator to work 2-3 days a week, including at least one weekend shift.

We are looking for a hard-working, dependable, happy person who enjoys being part of a team and is willing to jump in and do whatever it takes to get the job done.

You must be a kind person and genuinely love people. We work in a glass greenhouse in the middle of a garden, so you also must enjoy being in an outdoor environment. The work is fast paced, but we have a lot of fun.

Our Wine & Beer Educators help customers at the tasting bar, conduct wine and beer tastings, host tours, assist with opening and closing procedures, set up and break down the tasting room each day, buss tables, help set up and host private events, and miscellaneous tasks to keep the operation of the tasting room at the highest standard.

You must be at least 21 years of age, and be able to lift 50 lbs.

PLEASE apply in person with your resume so that you can experience the environment and meet our team. Our hours are Thu-Sat 12-8, Mon-Sun 12-6. For more information about St. Clair Brown Winery & Brewery, please visit our website at www.stclairbrown.com

Thank you! We look forward to meeting you!

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 Looking for an incredible leadership opportunity?! Join us this summer at Camp Ramah in Northern California!

Camp Ramah in Northern California is Jewish Overnight Specialty Camp located on the beautiful beaches of Monterey Bay in Northern California.Our programming focuses in three core specialty areas: ocean exploration, performing arts, & outdoor adventure with integrated Jewish Education and community building. Campers who attend Ramah Galim develop their skills as they follow their passions and build lifelong friendships. Join our staff and be part of an amazing team and community of emerging leaders!

Summer opportunities include camp counselors, outdoor specialists, lifeguards, artists, logistics support and more. At Camp Ramah everyone is a live-in role model and educator who cares and supports campers.

Camp Dates: June 11 - August 2

Salary: Full Room and Board Included. Salary is Commensurate with experience and summer role.

Qualifications:


  • High school graduate or age 18+

  • Experience working with youth

  • Passionate about working with youth and creating meaningful experiences in a camp setting

  • Knowledge of Jewish culture

We can't wait to spend the summer with you! 

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Part Time Riding Instructors work as part of a collaborative, supportive and professional team to offer riding lessons, horsemanship classes and seasonal camps to students and campers at Sienna Ranch. Sienna Ranch uses a Pony Club-influenced approach to balanced seat and safety, and deeply values a Natural Horsemanship approach to forming connections between students and horses, horse training and horse care.

SCHEDULE SUMMARY

Non-exempt. Permanent. Part-time. Year-round. School Year Schedule (approx Sept-May): 6-15 hours per week Optional Summer Schedule (approx June-August): Monday-Friday, 25-40 hours per week (w/ one optional week off)

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

● Teach private or semi-private beginner to intermediate horseback riding lessons

● Teach group horsemanship classes, summer camps and holiday camps

● Communicate with other riding instructors and Animal Care and Education Manager to coordinate facility use and horse use

● Coordinate with Sienna Ranch Business Manager to report absences, schedule makeups, report incidents

● Assist with special events and leading pony rides, as needed

REQUIREMENTS

● At least 2 years experience teaching safe and engaging beginner-intermediate horseback riding lessons. Pony Club experience looked upon favorably within the past 5 years.

● Ability to patiently and positively mentor youth from a wide variety of backgrounds, ages and experiences

● Willing to work outside in all weather

● Able to maintain clean, organized workspaces

● Ability to patiently and professionally communicate with parents, staff, volunteers, students and apprentices

● Committed to being an active part of a solution-oriented, self-motivated, cooperative, professional community atmosphere

● Able to work with minimal direct supervision and to independently hold yourself accountable to a high level of professionalism

● Able to check and respond to email communications within 24 business hours

● Current First Aid and CPR for Adult and Child certifications, and clear TB test results (or ability to acquire before first day or work), and ability to pass FBI/DOJ background check for working with children

COMPENSATION

● Competitive hourly rates

Please include a cover letter, resume, contacts for THREE professional references. Also briefly answer the application questions below. We are looking to hire on a short timeline and will accept and review applications until the position is filled. You may apply via this post or email resume and responses 

Please reflect on and respond to the following questions:

1. How did you hear about this position?

2. What motivates you most to work at Sienna Ranch?

3. Briefly describe a one-hour beginner lesson plan for an 8 year old student who has never ridden a horse before

4. Please list at least one question you have for us about Sienna Ranch, or the Part Time Riding Instructor position.

Sienna Ranch is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic team committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We strongly encourage applications from people of color and other groups traditionally underrepresented in outdoor education.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Job Title: Middle School Educational Advisor, JCYC Educational Talent Search (JCYC ETS) 

Position: Full-time 40hrs/week, Non-Exempt position; some evenings & weekends 

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Education (DOE); Continuation of position based on renewal of annual funding  School: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Middle School 

Tentative Start Date: April 2019   

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The ETS Program identifies, selects and assists low-income school youth, ages 11 and older who have the potential to be the first generation in their family to attend college. ETS supports middle and high school students to continue their education and graduate as well as encourages high school students and adults to enroll in 4 year institutions. ETS is committed to:  


  1. Creating supportive relationships with students and providing safe environments for students to grow personally and      academically;

  2. Providing academic and advising services at school sites and in the community;

  3. Serving all students without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, religious creed, national origin, age and economic status;

  4. Assisting and acting as resource to all who are interested in continuing their education;

  5. Collaborating with the JCYC College Access Programs to sponsor events, develop staff training and assess our      programs.

ETS is a college access program of Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC). JCYC’s mission is to cultivate and enrich the lives of children and youth from diverse, multicultural communities throughout San Francisco and beyond. For more information about ETS and JCYC please visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org or www.jcyc.org.  

JOB DESCRIPTION: ETS is a TRiO project administered by the Department of Education (DOE). The Educational Advisor will be responsible for recruitment, identification, selection and counseling of participants at a San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Middle School. These participants will fulfill the eligibility criteria as set by the U.S. DOE for all Talent Search Projects.    

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  

● Recruit, identify and select participants according to the following eligibility guidelines: ▪ Low-income according to the U.S. DOE income levels; ▪ Have the potential to be first in their family to attend college; ▪ Interested in pursuing programs of post-secondary education. 

● Assess and determine participants’ educational needs and academic potential;

● Provide educational advising to encourage participants to complete secondary school and enroll in postsecondary educational programs;

● Provide academic, career, college information and personal development to program participants through presentations and workshops; 

● Coordinate field trips, career day and program activities as needed; 

● Assist participants in re-admission and re-entry to middle and secondary schools. 

● Refer participants to appropriate social service and government agencies to enhance their ability to complete school. 

 

● Maintain and complete participant files; collect all required first generation/low-income documentation and related educational materials; 

● Supervise tutorial services provided at school site; 

● Assist Senior Middle School Educational Advisor in the development and implementation of tutor training and services; 

● Assist with implementation and evaluation of project activities; 

● Provide support to middle school counseling staff and collaborate on events that compliment ETS program timeline. Staff participation in target school activities is subject to approval by Associate Director. Activities must not interfere with job responsibilities.    

 

● Provide assistance, support and resources for other JCYC College Access Programs and the High School ETS program; 

● Participate in ETS and/or JCYC meetings, activities, committees, conferences, retreats, etc., as appropriate; 

● Participate in advocacy initiatives prioritized by JCYC; 

● Perform related duties as needed.   

 

● Bachelor’s Degree and one or more years working with youth 

● Prefer individuals with similar background to target population – low-income and first in their families to attend college 

● Experience with conducting presentations and activity planning 

● Effective verbal and written communication skills 

● Strong organizational and follow-through skills 

● Computer Literate; Working proficiency of MS Word and Excel; Knowledgeable of using Power Point    

 

● Experience with diverse student populations  

● Bilingual preferred 

● Knowledge of community activities, resources and programs for youth in San Francisco 

● Ability to work cooperatively with secondary school faculty and community agency personnel 

● Automobile preferred for this position   

 

 Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter and 2) Resume. Contact E-mail: applycollegeaccess@jcyc.org, Attn: Middle School Educational Advisor Position Please no phone calls.    

PLEASE NOTE: Educational Talent Search, a college access program of JCYC, actively seeks to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.  

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You can inspire the next generation of changemakers!

Part-time position with a San Francisco foundation to introduce a new compassion-centered curriculum to Bay Area schools

We are a San Francisco-based nonprofit foundation focused on alleviating poverty by supporting grassroots organizations around the world that empower women and children to help themselves rise out of poverty.

In the US, we aim to raise awareness of the problems of global poverty is by encouraging compassion. We believe this starts with our young people. We created and published a curriculum called Doing Good that is geared at high school-aged young people.

We need someone to introduce our curriculum to teachers, principals, scout leaders, church youth groups, camp counselors, YMCA, and similar youth-oriented programs in the Bay Area. We want to make our curriculum known to these educators now so they can use it with their students this fall. 

The position requires a familiarity with the curriculum's ten lessons and comfort leading the discussion activities in the lessons. A proactive and professional demeanor is needed as the Educational Outreach Officer will set up meetings with educational administrators and community leaders who run youth programs. A successful candidate must be comfortable reaching out to people by phone, email, and in person and be able to communicate equally well verbally and in writing. The position requires a car in order to travel to different schools and other locations to meet with teachers and directors and demonstrate activities in classrooms, as well as a frequent presence at our office in the Marina District of San Francisco.

We would like to hire someone who is available immediately. The position will be part time, up to 18 hours per week. The salary is negotiable, but not less than $20 per hour. We welcome applications from graduate students in education to retired teachers.

Please see our website to learn more about us: www.theforgottenintl.org

Please give us the best phone number where we can reach you for an initial phone call. We would like to hear from you why this type curriculum interests you, what experience you have working in education, and what ideas you would bring with you in introducing this curriculum to educators.

Contact The Forgotten International:

Please contact Jennifer at 415-517-6942 or via email with the best days and times we can reach you for a phone conversation.

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.  

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities  


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.

Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more.

  Schedule  


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

  Requirements  


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.

Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session.

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.  

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities  


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.

Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more.

  Schedule  


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

  Requirements  


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.

Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session.

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.  

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities  


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.

Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more.

  Schedule  


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

  Requirements  


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.

Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session.

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.  

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities  


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.

Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more.

  Schedule  


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

  Requirements  


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.

Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session.

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.  

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities  


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.

Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more.

  Schedule  


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

  Requirements  


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.

Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session.

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About CCM:

The Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco is an innovative art and technology experience for children ages 2-12 and their families.  Our mission is to nurture creativity and collaboration in all children and families. We believe that creative expression, innovation, and critical thinking are core to fostering the next generation.

Our Education Internship Offers:

● Hands-on teaching experience with children ages 2-12

● College Credit (where applicable)

● Experience facilitating CCM's hands-on, interactive museum exhibit spaces

● A chance to learn about Museum operations and programming

● Build personal and professional creative confidence

● Training and support in learning how to take the lead in field trips and/or workshops

● Experience working in a leading Children's Museum and learning best practices

● Learn how to teach and create projects using stop-motion animation, green screen technology, Blockly & more

● A creative, fast-paced and collaborative work environment, surrounded by fun and innovative coworkers

● Regular one-on-one meetings with a Mentor from CCM’s Education Team to support professional growth and progress

● 25+ professional development trainings focused on informal teaching and learning strategies, museum exhibit spaces, customer service, stages of child development, behavior management, creative problem-solving, CCM's educational philosophy, and more

● Hone public speaking and interpersonal skills

● Become part of a world-wide network of professionals 

Commitment:

● Minimum 14 hours per week (9:30- 4:30 two days per week)

● Orientation is Tuesday, May 28th 2019

● First day is Wednesday, May 29th 2019

●Applicants must be able to commit to the full internship from Orientation through September 1st, 2019

●   Monday professional development days are mandatory, along with with a minimum 14 hours (two full days Tuesday - Sunday (half days are also accepted). 

 In addition to Orientation, mandatory training and professional development workshops will be held on four different Mondays: June 3th, June 10th, June 17th and June 24th (10am-4pm)

Compensation:

● Unpaid: college credit when applicable

General Responsibilities:

● Assist with and facilitate Creative Group Workshops

● Assist with summer camp programming and special workshops

● Work with Educators during General Admission hours to teach basic, intermediate and advanced art and technology skills to youth and families

● Prepare, maintain and troubleshoot equipment and supplies in the exhibit/production areas; identify and report status of exhibits and supplies

● Responsible for opening and closing the museum floor and reporting on all issues related to running the museum.

 

Minimum Requirements

-Strong interest in art, education, museum studies, or media studies strongly desired

-Experience working with children

-Good computer skills on both Macs and PCs, working knowledge of media arts applications and the ability to learn and teach new software

-Strong written and oral communication skills

-Experience working with families and community groups, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area strongly desired

-Must be working toward or have already earned a college degree

-Fluency in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, or Tagalog a plus

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities 


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more. 

Schedule 


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

Requirements 


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session. 

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Our after school program "Toyology: Science Through Toys" is seeking dedicated and creative part-time teachers and assistants to facilitate STEM-based learning in local elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Our staff have the opportunity to work with 50+ elementary schools across the Bay Area from Walnut Creek to San Francisco. This job is a perfect opportunity for college students, teachers in training programs, retired teachers, and individuals who love working with children.

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@sarahscience.com

Teacher Responsibilities


  • Manage a class of 15-25 students along with an assistant

  • Attend an hour long weekly training and supply pick-up at our office in Castro Valley

  • Teach science concepts from a lesson plan

  • Instruct children how to build projects from step-by-step instructions

  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of the class

  • Interact with parents, teachers, and school staff

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

  • Transport all materials to and from class

Assistant Responsibilities 


  • Conduct roll call and sign students in and out of class

  • Assist the teacher with the lesson and project of the day

  • Prep and pass out project materials

  • Help children put together science projects

  • Set up and clean up the classroom

Locations

Multiple public and private elementary schools located throughout the Bay Area. We make every effort to only assign schools that are within what you determine to be a reasonable commuting distance.Currently, programs are located in San Francisco, Alameda, Berkeley, Richmond, Oakland, Piedmont, Castro Valley, Union City, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, and more. 

Schedule 


  • Our staff work at the same time/days of the week from week to week over a three month period. Five classes a week, or one class per day from Monday to Friday, is the maximum class schedule for our staff

  • Classes are an hour in length, with fifteen minutes of prep and fifteen minutes of cleanup. In total, our staff works for an hour and a half for each day that they are on the schedule

  • Start times for classes can vary anywhere between 1PM and 4PM, depending on the school

Requirements 


  • Must drive and have a reliable vehicle

  • Teachers must be willing to pick-up, drop-off, and transport supplies in their vehicle

  • Must have prior experience working with children

  • Background in education and prior experience teaching is a plus

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities and experience managing a classroom

  • Must be organized, detail-oriented, energetic and flexible

  • Able to communicate, multi-task and resolve issues and challenges creatively

Toyologists learn on the job classroom management skills, and practice the Sarah’s Science approach of positive reinforcement to teaching and interacting with children. We foster an inclusive and inviting learning environment by ensuring that every student builds a working toy based on our science lesson during every class.Those who wish to join our team must have demonstrated leadership/teaching experience, excellent communication skills, and a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children is a must. Upon being hired, you must be willing to pay for and obtain Live Scan clearances (fingerprinting background checks) and receive a negative TB-Test result - both of which are eligible for reimbursement after the completion of a full session. 

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Overview

Education Specialists serve as a first-line instructors, developing and delivering interactive, safe, engaging, high-quality Pre-K– 12 Education programs. They help with the identification of content to be covered and the development of Conservation Education curriculum and materials, in accordance with and supporting the Zoo's mission. They interpret and lead public programs, discussions regarding animal background, care and activities, environmental issues, and other topics of interest to the guests.

The Program Coordinator, Family Programs reports to the Program Director for School & Family Outreach and is responsible for overseeing aspects of the Zoo’s family programs which include: overnights, scout workshops, and birthday parties.

Responsibilities

Program Coordinator


  • Support development of a new overnight program, the Clorox Overnight Experience (located at the new California Trail exhibit)

  • Participate in the development and delivery training of on-call overnight staff

  • Maintain updated information on overnights Google Drive for on-call staff

  • Administration for overnights including preparing rosters and maintaining liability forms

  • Coordinate with Animal Care on enrichment activities for birthdays and overnights

  • Support development of new birthday party programs including a new program for the California Trail area

  • Manage inventory for scout, birthday, and overnight programs

  • Support the development of new scout programs

  • Develop and maintain outside partnerships to support scout programs

Education Specialist


  • Prepare and deliver/teach all Education programming. Programs include, but are not limited to: Birthday Parties, ZooMobiles, ZooSchool, Wildlife Assemblies, Scout Workshops, community events, and public programs both on-site at the Zoo and off-site in other venues.

  • Follow animal protocols and maintain Animal Handling certifications as needed.

  • Maintain positive attitude and collaborative working relationships with volunteers, co-workers, program participants, and internal and external customers.

  • Demonstrate superior customer service with vendors, visitors, students, parents, etc.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of, and support the Conservation Society of California’s mission, vision and value statements.

  • Collaborate with Education Program Directors on program development

  • Perform other related duties as required and assigned.

Required Capabilities


  • Background in biology, environmental science, conservation, or other related field

  • Excellent classroom management and discipline skills

  • Ability to handle and present small, wild animals in an engaging, safe, educational format for animal-based programs

  • Knowledge of animals and current conservation issues

  • Friendly, energetic, and open manner

  • Must be able to walk moderate hills and be on feet for 60 minutes at a time

  • Excellent oral (including public speaking) and written communication skills

  • Ability to handle stressful situations and maintain a sense of perspective and humor

  • Ability to problem-solve and show good judgment

  • Ability to organize tasks and ensure timely completion of projects with strong attention to detail and accuracy

  • Consistent tact and diplomacy; courteous and respectful interaction with supervisors, co-workers, visitors, and the general public

  • Ability to work well within a team and be a team leader

  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, often changeable environment

Required Education


  • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.

  • Certified Interpretive Guide Certification (CIG) required. May be obtained through OZ.

  • 3 Hours of continuing education/training per year required. May be provided by OZ.

Required Experience


  • Previous informal education or classroom experience

  • Previous animal handling experience required for animal-based programs

  • Cross-cultural fluency and experience working with diverse audiences Hours: 40 hours per week 

Start Date: April 1st, 2019 

Salary: $21.00 - $24.50, hourly, depending on experience 

Classification: Non-Exempt 

Contact: cmeyers@oaklandzoo.org 

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

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BILINGUAL SPANISH-SPEAKING PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR FOR UNIQUE SOCIAL JUSTICE OUTDOOR SCHOOL

THE MOSAIC PROJECT

APRIL 5- MAY 27

We are looking for a bilingual Spanish-speaking dynamic, creative, experienced, educator who is passionate about teaching social justice and creating inclusive communities. Program Instructors participate in a 5-day staff training followed by six weeks of teaching 4th and 5th graders at Mosaic’s Outdoor School during spring and fall seasons. This is a full-time residential position based in Felton, CA. The spring season lasts from April 5 through May 27.

THE ORGANIZATION

The Mosaic Project teaches the skills needed to create more peaceful, inclusive communities. Since our founding in 2000, we have delivered our unique immersive experiential education programs to nearly 50,000 children and 10,000 adults.

VISION

We envision peace: a just, diverse, and inclusive world where individuality and community are both core values and where listening, empathy, and assertiveness guide our interactions.

MISSION

The Mosaic Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, works toward a peaceful future by uniting children of diverse backgrounds, providing them with essential community building skills, and empowering them to become peacemakers. Our complementary work with youth and adults not only supports our youngest peacemakers, but also enables us to reach wider communities through schools, community-based organizations, and the workplace. Together, we create microcosms of the just, diverse, inclusive world we envision, demonstrate that peace is possible, and inspire action.

PROGRAMS

Our principal program is our unique human-relations Outdoor Project. This dynamic 4-night, 5-day experience for fourth and fifth graders is offered during the school week. Three classes from schools that differ markedly in socioeconomic, racial, and ethnic make-up participate in the program together, giving the students the opportunity to experience firsthand a diverse setting in which all are welcomed and respected. While typical outdoor schools focus on environmental science, ours addresses issues of difference and builds self-esteem and community.

Our supporting programs ¬ our In-School Project, Youth Leadership Project, and Mosaic Consulting Project ¬ all work in concert with our Outdoor Project as we send our participants back to their schools, neighborhoods, and communities as leaders who take thoughtful, tangible steps toward

PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

- Facilitate games, activities, and discussions that encourage students to appreciate and respect themselves and others.

- Provide a nurturing, safe, fun learning environment for our students.

- Work closely with other staff members to create a magical experience for our students they will never forget.

- Supervise high-school aged cabin leaders.

- Share your unique experiences, talents and skills with our community.

PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR QUALIFICATIONS

- Bilingual Spanish.

- Minimum age of 24.

- Experience in human-relations/diversity/cross-cultural education.

- Experience working with children, especially ages 9-11.

- Excellent facilitation skills.

- Stamina to work extremely long, but rewarding hours.

- Ability and desire to live and work in a tight-knit, diverse community.

- Medical, counseling, musical, theatrical, and/or art experience is desired.

- Certifications in CPR, Wilderness First Aid, and lifeguarding are desired.

- Passion for youth development, social justice, and creating peace!

TO APPLY: Please e-mail your letter of introduction and resume.

Please do not respond unless you are able to make the ENTIRE 7-week commitment between April 5 and May 27 to this RESIDENTIAL program in Felton, CA.

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A Tree of Knowledge Educational Services is a tutoring company contracting to offer fully subsidized educational services to eligible K-12 students.

We are currently seeking qualified Paraprofessionals/Experienced tutors to commit to tutoring students at Birmingham Community Charter High School during the school day. Depending on scheduling, assignments may be available every day of the week for up to 3-6 hours per day. Our window of opportunity is 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Immediate assignments are available, and will continue until mid-May.

We are seeking Math tutors. The applicant will be embedded in a classroom and will be assigned to students throughout the class period. We will be tutoring Alg 1, 2, Geometry, and/or Statistics.

Minimum tutor requirements:

* Applicant must have attained at least 60 college credits, and

* Applicant must have prior tutoring/teaching experience, and

* Must be highly proficient in subject matter, and

* Must be ready to start immediately.

Please forward your resume to the e-mail address provided by this ad. Please note "BCCHS" in the subject line. Please be certain that your contact information is attached and up to date.

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K-8 Garden Educator & Gardener - To Teach Ecology- Organic/Native Gardening -Multi-Arts-Literacy-Nutrition (part time, year-round position)

Available NOW in SF ! Must also be a Good Gardener !

Reply to the Founder and Director with cover letter and resume

Job Description:

Dynamic Teacher For K-8 students: Organic Gardening / California Natives / Ecology / Multi- Arts / Technology / Literacy / Nutrition Teacher (part time)

The dynamic, inspired, and cheerful, outdoor educator will be leading groups of students and teachers, in hands-on learning and doing, in: organic and native gardening and tree planting, multi-arts including digital media, literacy and nutrition projects, as well as leading students in researching local ecology, history, watersheds, and existing local community, including its natural, multicultural, and built resources. You will be doing some student outreach and recruitment, attracting students for hands-on, learning programs, and leading gardening, related landscape, and arts activities as standards-based learning processes. You will be communicating about sustainability, ecological systems and native landscapes as well as performing community outreach activities with children and adults in ways that are fun, educational, and relevant. You will also help with some administration of program.

Qualifications:

• The exceptional candidate must have at least a B.A. and knowledge of science, organic gardening, California native species, and the arts; digital media a plus ! MUST ALSO BE AN EXCELLENT GARDENER !

• Must have extensive experience teaching, including Middle School and High School students - Elementary and PreK students a plus ! Must be able to work creatively and artistically with all learners with knowledge of Common Core Next Generation Science Standards

• Must be excellent and have ease in managing and leading groups of students with good classroom management skills in an outdoor setting

• Must have a dynamic, outgoing personality and ability to attract middle school youth's participation in hands-on afterschool and summer program and captivate and hold students' attention

• Must be an excellent organic gardener, tree planter, and landscaper with knowledge of botany, cycles of life, insects, natural pest management, companion planting, California Native species, plant communities, nutrition and health

• Knowledge about San Francisco ecology and watershed systems very important !

• Must have excellent communication, writing, research skills & experience with curriculum development; knowledge of state standards a plus

• Must have an evolved aesthetic/design sensibility; ability to draw well is fantastic and able to make attractive digital flyers a real win; carpentry skills are desired; digital media, video & other art skills a real plus!

• Bilingual Spanish, Tagalog, Cantonese, or Mandarin, a real plus !!!

• Must be creative, hard-working, strong with a can-do attitude, a self-starter, resourceful, flexible, team player, good team teacher, and able to also take direction from the Director

• Ability and willingness to do some administrative work and social media !

• Must be able to do physical gardening work and be able to lift 40 lbs

This year-round position is a unique opportunity to work with a leading-edge, creative, environmental and educational nonprofit, Life Frames, Inc., dedicated to integrating community resources and creating transformative ecological and multicultural learning landscapes. Called A Living Library and Think Park, this program works with local schools and other community resources, to build on-site educational organic gardens and content-rich landscapes interlaced with other ecological elements, including the arts and digital technologies. A Living Library is linked to the curricula of the schools and animates all subjects through real-world experience. Students, together with adults, are involved in all aspects of the research, planning, design, implementation, use, maintenance, management and communications of the transformed learning environments and integrated community programs.

(Life Frames, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to establishing a team of staff and volunteers who reflect the multicultural and linguistic diversity of the communities that we serve.)

To find out more about A Living Library:

please visit: www.alivinglibrary.org

Reply to the Founder and Director with cover letter and resume

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Best in Class is an after-school supplemental education center that actively teaches students from pre-k through high school in math and English. Our various programs offer a customized and productive learning environment through our proprietary curriculum and small class sizes. At Best in Class, we love what we do! We build better teachers and successful students. 

We are looking for passionate people to join our mission. If you are energetic, positive, flexible, efficient, and want to be a part of an amazing team, Best in Class could be the perfect fit. We are a fast-paced, ambitious, and energetic company looking for similar people with a passion for education and working with students who want to grow with us. As a quickly-growing national franchise, Best in Class can help you achieve your career goals by providing leadership, coaching, learning opportunities, and valuable teaching experience.

Responsibilities • Grade homework assignments, tests, and/or essays (no work is required outside of class time) • Maintain student progress reports

Work Schedule • Weekdays from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm • Saturday from 9 am to 1:30 pm

Position Specifics • Starting pay up to $10.00 to $13.00 per hour (depending on experience).

Requirements • College sophomore or higher majoring in English, math, education, or related field • Ability to follow instructions and work as a team member • Ability to work independently and teach the class on his/her own • Ability to deal with students in a caring and confident manner • Experience in a tutorial program preferred, but not required. We provide training! • Special consideration for those who want to be teachers

How to Apply Email your current resume and letter of interest 

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We are looking for a teacher who wants to make a lasting difference in children's lives. We help children discover their unique strengths and find joy in learning with our after school enrichment classes- https://www.workshopeducation.org/workshop-enrichment-classes/

As a teacher you will co-teach two classes daily: a Study Skills and an Innovation enrichment class, at our site in Montara. Our classes are held daily from approximately 2:30-6 p.m. except Tuesdays from 1:00-6 p.m. You will access our unique curriculum and create your own based on your interests.

Our ideal candidate understands how to design and support a positive learning experience for children. We are searching for someone who is attentive to detail, organized, and has excellent interpersonal communication skills.

 

Our award-winning program has expanded to eight elementary and middle schools in the Bay Area. We are a Bay Area Parent Favorite, and have been featured in The New York Times, The Daily Journal, University of Virginia Magazine, and Design Thinking in Schools. Learn more about our unique program at http://www.workshopeducation.org

 

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To Apply: Visit our site, download the application, and send a completed copy. 

Day Camp Counselors play a vital role in the success of This Land Is Your Land Summer Day Camp. Each Counselor is matched to a group of approximately ten campers ages 5-15 for the week. Counselors lead activities, help their campers assemble their science projects, and ensure that each camper feels safe and integrated within his/her/their group as well as the larger camp experience. We are looking for people who are great with kids, like the outdoors, and have a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children and interest in science and nature are strongly preferred. You must have your own transportation and be reliable.

Why we hope you decide to work with us: 


  • For 25 years we have been one of the longest running award-winning summer camps in the Bay Area 

  • Have a blast outdoors this summer leading campers through toy building activities, hikes, swimming, group field games, and singing silly camp songs!  

  • Mentor future scientists and learn valuable teaching skills with a curriculum that will never leave you bored 

  • You choose which weeks you are available to work during the summer, the more weeks your work the greater amount of experience you will gain to help you build your resume 

  • Be a part of our fun, creative, and interactive community of directors, counselors, and campers who have grown with our program over the years 

  Responsibilities  


  • Be a positive role model for This Land Is Your Land campers

  • Provide leadership, guidance, and support to your group of approximately 10 campers throughout the day and week

  • Assist your campers with their science projects, art activities, games, hiking, swimming, and outdoor play

  • Participate in other camp activities like daily music time, two daily snacks, and lunch

  • Team up with other Counselors and staff to help create a fantastic experience for all

  • Assist with daily set up and clean up before and after camp

  • Attend weekly staff meetings

  • Attend two days of mandatory training that are TBD (Likely May 31 and June 1, 2019) 

  Requirements  


  • Must love working with kids and be patient, caring, enthusiastic, and energetic

  • Must have experience working with kids (babysitting counts)

  • Demonstrate leadership qualities and be a team player

  • Education: high school (must be age 16 or older), college, or graduate student

  • Experience as a counselor or camper a plus  

  Schedule  


  • Summer Camp at Roberts Regional Park in Oakland runs for 12 weeks (June 3 - Aug 23, 2019)

  • Summer Camp at Tilden Park in Berkeley runs for 10 weeks (June 17 - Aug 23, 2019)

  • Priority will be given to applicants who can work all or most of the summer camp season

  • Further priority will be given to staff that can fulfill multiple roles (i.e. counselor and after care)

  Hours  


  • Summer Day Camp main hours are 9am - 3pm.

  • Basic Schedule -  Monday: 8:00 am - 3:15 pm and Tuesday-Friday: 8:15 am - 3:15 pm

  • Staff Meetings held one day/week (usually Tuesdays) from 3:30 pm 4:30 pm; attendance is required and paid

  • Day Camp Counselors are not required to work in our After Care Program; however, we may occasionally ask for volunteers to help supplement our After Care staff

  • Day Camp Counselors typically work 34 38 hours/week 

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To Apply: Visit our site, download the application, and send a completed copy. 

Day Camp Counselors play a vital role in the success of This Land Is Your Land Summer Day Camp. Each Counselor is matched to a group of approximately ten campers ages 5-15 for the week. Counselors lead activities, help their campers assemble their science projects, and ensure that each camper feels safe and integrated within his/her/their group as well as the larger camp experience. We are looking for people who are great with kids, like the outdoors, and have a positive and energetic attitude. Experience working with children and interest in science and nature are strongly preferred. You must have your own transportation and be reliable.

Why we hope you decide to work with us: 


  • For 25 years we have been one of the longest running award-winning summer camps in the Bay Area 

  • Have a blast outdoors this summer leading campers through toy building activities, hikes, swimming, group field games, and singing silly camp songs!  

  • Mentor future scientists and learn valuable teaching skills with a curriculum that will never leave you bored 

  • You choose which weeks you are available to work during the summer, the more weeks your work the greater amount of experience you will gain to help you build your resume 

  • Be a part of our fun, creative, and interactive community of directors, counselors, and campers who have grown with our program over the years 

  Responsibilities  


  • Be a positive role model for This Land Is Your Land campers

  • Provide leadership, guidance, and support to your group of approximately 10 campers throughout the day and week

  • Assist your campers with their science projects, art activities, games, hiking, swimming, and outdoor play

  • Participate in other camp activities like daily music time, two daily snacks, and lunch

  • Team up with other Counselors and staff to help create a fantastic experience for all

  • Assist with daily set up and clean up before and after camp

  • Attend weekly staff meetings

  • Attend two days of mandatory training that are TBD (Likely May 31 and June 1, 2019) 

  Requirements  


  • Must love working with kids and be patient, caring, enthusiastic, and energetic

  • Must have experience working with kids (babysitting counts)

  • Demonstrate leadership qualities and be a team player

  • Education: high school (must be age 16 or older), college, or graduate student

  • Experience as a counselor or camper a plus  

  Schedule  


  • Summer Camp at Roberts Regional Park in Oakland runs for 12 weeks (June 3 - Aug 23, 2019)

  • Summer Camp at Tilden Park in Berkeley runs for 10 weeks (June 17 - Aug 23, 2019)

  • Priority will be given to applicants who can work all or most of the summer camp season

  • Further priority will be given to staff that can fulfill multiple roles (i.e. counselor and after care)

  Hours  


  • Summer Day Camp main hours are 9am - 3pm.

  • Basic Schedule -  Monday: 8:00 am - 3:15 pm and Tuesday-Friday: 8:15 am - 3:15 pm

  • Staff Meetings held one day/week (usually Tuesdays) from 3:30 pm 4:30 pm; attendance is required and paid

  • Day Camp Counselors are not required to work in our After Care Program; however, we may occasionally ask for volunteers to help supplement our After Care staff

  • Day Camp Counselors typically work 34 38 hours/week 

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