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Congregation Beth Shalom - located in Naperville IL - is looking for a Director/ Teacher for our Jewish Preschool.  Successful candidate needs to be DCFS qualified as a director and willing to work with flexible hours.  


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Club Z! In-Home Tutoring is the world's largest in-home tutoring program. Your local Club Z! has immediate openings for qualified part-time experienced High School/College Level Math tutors. Club Z! offers flexible schedules and great pay at $21-25 per hour. We have immediate openings for Math tutors exclusively in the Elburn/Aurora, IL areas.

We are looking for tutors who:

• Have at least one year previous experience teaching or tutoring• Are highly motivated

• Are self-starters

• Are passionate about teaching

• Have the equivalent of at least an Associate's degree from an accredited college or university

• Know how to motivate children who are struggling in school• Have reliable transportation

We match each teacher/tutor with students based on their needs and your qualifications. Most tutoring sessions occur after school, early evenings, and/or weekends in the safety and comfort of the child's home.

Why Join Our Team?

• We do the legwork so you can focus on what you love - tutoring!

• We offer FLEXIBLE schedules. Most one-on-one tutoring sessions occur after school, early evenings, and/or weekends

• GREAT reliable Part-time pay!

• Rewarding work to see students advance! If you enjoy making a difference and want to earn great part-time income doing what you love, come join the club -- Club Z!. Reply to this post with your email/resume/cover letter and include your current address.

*No applicants will be considered unless you describe your teaching/tutoring experience in your cover letter*. Please indicate the tutoring subject of interest in your email's heading. Thank you for your interest! 


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Kids and Company is looking for DYNAMIC, ENERGETIC, FUN, CREATIVE, & NURTURING Toddler Teachers for IMMEDIATE placement in our growing Geneva location!


Our ideal candidate will be able to create, manage and participate in a variety of learning environments and activities that provide opportunities for toddlers to develop to their fullest potential and achieve their learning objectives.


Key points:



  • Toddlers may want to be independent, but they still don’t always know how to be safe.

  • Toddlers are constantly testing the waters and pushing things to see how far they can go. They need a few simple rules—and sometimes a few gentle reminders!

  • Toddlers strive to be self-reliant, and they count on the understanding and attentiveness of the adults in their lives.

  • Children at this age are wavering between babyhood and childhood. One minute, a toddler may want to act like a grown-up and read to herself/himself. The next minute, she/he may climb up in her/his teacher’s lap with book in hand and ask for a story.

  • Toddlers are beginning to understand what’s expected of them, although they might not always comply.


It takes a patient teacher to sense the shifts in children’s moods and needs. It also takes a perceptive one to make the best out of this exciting time for learning.


Teachers should set and communicate clear and consistent limits for toddlers


Must Possess:



  • Strong Interpersonal Skills

  • Highly Organized Mind and Skills

  • Previous Experience Working With Infants 6 Weeks to 15 Months

  • Strong Desire to Work With Infants

  • Ability to Create and Build Dynamic Curriculum That Meets the Needs of Toddlers.


To be considered for a position you must have (at minimum) the following credentials:


  • Sixty semester hours (or 90 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six.

-or-


 


  • One year (1560 clock hours) of child development experience in a nursery school, kindergarten, or licensed day care center and 30 semester hours (or 45 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six.

-or-


  • Completion of credentialing programs, such as Child Development Associate or CDA.


FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION PLEASE FORWARD YOUR RESUME, SALARY REQUIREMENTS & AVAILABILITY FOR PHONE SCREEN AND INTERVIEWS


 


RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:



  • Plans and prepares curriculum activities using the thematic units provided

  • Observes and makes anecdotal records of children's progress

  • Records and completes portfolios and assessments for each child

  • Plans and implements activities that promote the social, physical, and intellectual growth of children

  • Responsible for the care, hygiene, learning, developmental activities, specialized programs, and redirection of children

  • Maintains classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness

  • Engages with current and prospective parents and family members and is responsive to their needs

  • Keeps the management informed of any necessary information regarding the care and safety of children

  • Assists and accepts responsibility in other daily center duties that might be temporary in the event other personnel are not available

  • Attends and participates in all staff meetings, center events, and parent meetings as requested


EDUCATION / KNOWLEDGE



  • Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education and/or CDA preferred; must have 90 clock hours

  • Degree in Early Childhood Education or related area highly desirable


EXPERIENCE



  • 2+ years of early childhood education experience desirable

  • 1+ years of experience working with assigned age group desirable


Compensation



  • We offer competitive salary based on education level achieved and field experience

  • Health, Dental, Vision coverage for all Full Time Employees

  • Paid Vacations and Personal Time


 


EOE


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Our Philosophy

The Kids & Company mission is to develop and foster the potential in every child through an enriched, nurturing and safe early learning environment. We create a partnership with families and our communities to develop confident children who are caring, capable and enthusiastic about the world around them. At Kids & Company, we believe in learning through play. We augment each day with our personalized curriculum which includes pre-literacy and reading, artistic expression, music, movement, science and exploration, and language.

Kids & Company is dedicated to providing parents with reliable, flexible and enriched superior quality child care solutions to suit the needs of each individual child and family. In many cities, we also work with corporations to help create more harmonious work-life integration for their employees. Please visit our Corporate and Partners page to learn how Kids & Company corporate members enjoy benefits such as guaranteed child care spots and back-up emergency care.


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If you are hired with Adventures in Learning before December 31, 2019 you are eligible to receive a $500 sign-on bonus! (restrictions apply)



Preschool Teacher
Adventures in Learning
1912 Continental Ave
Naperville, IL 60563


Adventures in Learning, a subsidiary of Cadence Education, is an organization committed to excellence and inspiration in early childhood and elementary education in 180+ private schools across North America. We pride ourselves in not being a traditional daycare; but instead, a private preschool that provides a curriculum that will prepare your children for kindergarten and beyond.


We are currently looking for an inspired and well-qualified Preschool Teacher for our premier location in Naperville, IL.



Preschool Teacher Required Skills & Education:




  • High school diploma or GED required

  • Childhood Development Associate (CDA) or Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) preferred

  • Previous experience as a Preschool Teacher or Caregiver preferred

  • High level of flexibility and willingness to work all shifts

  • Must be at least 18 years old


We Offer Preschool Teachers:




  • Competitive compensation

  • 50% childcare and Preschool tuition discount

  • Preschool Teacher professional development

  • Comprehensive benefit package for all full-time employees, including:




  • Paid time off that increases with seniority 

  • Medical, dental, vision options available

  • Additional life, disability, and retirement plans

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Company-paid life insurance

  • Paid holidays


EOE


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Looking for a dedicated full time Special Education Teacher with a passion to help others.


We are hiring a full time Special Education Teacher to join our organization. Are you seeking the fulfillment that comes from teaching special needs children, seeing their eyes light up when you connect and knowing that you made a difference? Is teaching your calling to do good using something that you have that other don’t? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then we may have a spot open that that is perfect for you.


As a non-public special education school approved by the Illinois State Board of Education. We provide school-based services to children (ages 3-21.11) diagnosed with autism spectrum and related disorders such as emotional / behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities and other health impairments. We believe every student should be given the opportunity to reach his or her full potential.


As a member of our school family your duties will consist of:


· Supervise classroom consisting of up to eight students and up to four paraprofessional staff members;


· Create lesson plans and schedules for assigned classroom group times a week at a time;


· Develop and attend all assigned student IEP meetings;


· Collect data on student programs and behavior plans;


· Provide training and supervision to classroom staff to levels of competency;


· Design and provide whole and small group instruction to all students within classroom daily; provide 1:1 instruction to students as needed;


· Maintain regular communication with parent(s) on students’ progress;


· Conduct weekly after-school meetings in assigned classroom, three times per month;


· Attend recommended ongoing training's and workshops to develop relevant knowledge and skills;


· Perform other activities/duties as assigned by school administrators; and


· Must adhere to school rules and regulations and follow department policies and procedures.


 


Physical Requirements:


· Must be able to bend and kneel.


· Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.


We offer:


Health Insurance


Dental Insurance


Vision Insurance


Life Insurance


401K


Generous time off based on school calendar


Year-round employment


 


We are seeking:


· Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Special Education.


· Valid teaching certificate in Illinois ages K-12 with LBS1 endorsement or enrolled in LBS1 endorsement program.


 


Company Description

The Winston Knolls School is a non-public special education school approved by the Illinois State Board of Education. We provide school-based services to children (ages 3-21.11) diagnosed with autism spectrum and related disorders such as emotional / behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities and other health impairments. The Winston Knolls School is a Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade high school that educates students from more than 30 different school districts throughout the Chicagoland area. Students are grouped in classes based on their age and current learning performance.


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We are seeking a PreSchool Teacher to join our team at Kidsuccess in FOX LAKE, ILLINOIS! This individual will plan and present age appropriate activities for children.


Responsibilities:


  • Instruct preschool-aged children in activities designed to promote intellectual and creative growth

  • Create a fun and safe learning environment

  • Develop schedules and routines to ensure adequate physical activity, rest, and playtime

  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students and parents

  • Communicate with parents on students' growth and progress

  • Maintain the health and safety of all students

Qualifications:




  • 1. Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education OR


    2. Professional Educator's License (PEL with an early childhood education (ECE) endorsement) OR


    3. Bachelors degree in early childhood education with a Gateways Credential Level 5 (confirmed through gateways to opportunity).



  • Passionate about working with children


  • Ability to build rapport with children


  • Positive and patient demeanor


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Perks:


  • Salary: Starting at $40,000 per school year (BS/BA-T), $48,000 for MA-T ECE

  • Benefits: 401k , health plan, dental and life insurance, childcare tuition discount, paid holidays

  • Signing Bonus: $1000 after 90 days employment

  • Relocation assistance available


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We are seeking a Lead Teacher to join our organization!


Responsibilities:



  • Instruct preschool-aged children in activities designed to promote intellectual and creative growth

  • This individual will plan and present age appropriate activities for children

  • Create a fun and safe learning environment

  • Develop and prepare/implement lesson plans that are appropriate for the age group

  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students and parents

  • Communicate with parents on students' growth and progress

  • Maintain the health and safety of all students


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience (1 year minimum) in childcare, teaching, or other related fields

  • Passionate about working with children

  • Ability to build rapport with children

  • Positive and patient demeanor

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills



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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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GENERAL SUMMARY: The classroom teacher provides direct instruction to assigned students within a self-contained classroom. The teacher is responsible for the development and facilitation of the student’s IEP. The teacher is a special educator who creates a learning environment suitable to the needs of socially/emotionally-disturbed students.


 


PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


 


1. Provides daily classroom management and organization including monitoring student behavior in accordance with the school wide behavior management plan and computes hourly point sheet data when necessary. Keeps the classroom as a tidy and welcoming environment.


2. Provides daily curriculum according to state standards, school policy, and the individual student's IEP. Provide direct instruction to assigned students in a variety of teaching modes, i.e. large group instruction, small group instruction, and individual tutoring.


3. Maintains student classroom files in accordance with ISBE regulations, including benchmark documentation, IEP development, and classroom performance, i.e. formal and informal assessment measures.


4. Be prepared for and provide a professional presentation in a comprehensive manner as required for staffings and any faculty meeting forums. In addition, develop and maintain communication with parents through home/school logs and phone calls.


5. Provides grade reports on a quarterly basis within the parameters of established format and within the guidelines of school policy. In addition, the teacher provides “Grade Keeper” data with the exception of the early primary classes.


6. Attends and actively participates in all Faculty, Team, Division Case Presentations, and Teacher meetings on a regular and timely basis.


7. Ensures the academic orientation of each new student to the classroom. Provides assessment during orientation for students on academic skills utilizing formal or curriculum-based tests. Conducts assessments as required by school administration, i.e. Connor’s Scale. Administers annual ISAT, PSAE and Stanford Achievement tests.


8. Provides administration of student medication in accordance with school policy including accurately completed medication forms, daily documentation of administration, and safely securing medication in a locked medication box within a locked cabinet.


9. Volunteer to serve on committees and assist with various special programming throughout the school year.


10. Follow and enact the school’s established behavior management plan along with responding to crisis assistance calls and maintaining physical intervention skills as taught by CPI instructors.


 


 


SPECIAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:


 


1. The interpersonal skills necessary to maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, referring districts, and parents.


2. The analytical ability necessary to assess, evaluate, and provide the correct curriculum and clinical interventions to promote school success.


3. The ability to be flexible and adapt to the needs of the students and program.


 


KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE AND LICENSURE/REGISTRATION REQUIRED:


 


1. Level of knowledge normally acquired through the completion of a Bachelor’s Degree (minimum).


2. One year of experience (minimum).


3. Illinois State Certification – Type 10 in the special education area of social/emotional disturbance, Learning Disorders, and EMH or Learning Behavior Specialist I Unlimited


 


 


WORKING CONDITIONS


 


1. Work is performed in a school environment.


 


 


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned this job. The are not exhaustive lists of all duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities, and working conditions associated with it.


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Grade K-12 Therapeutic Day School. Private not for profit school working with emotionally disturbed students in grades K-12. Year round program- with ten weeks vacation throughout the year. See website www.brittenschool.org.


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This position is located in Aurora, IL


The Goddard School®, an early childhood education center, is currently seeking qualified Lead and Assistant Teachers.


We are looking for fun and energetic Lead and Assistant Teachers for our school.


Daily Responsibilities


Our Lead and Assistant Teachers work together to:



  • Developing lesson plans.

  • Meeting the individual's needs of the children

  • Parent communication.

  • Participation in staff and training meetings.

  • Designing an appropriate room arrangement to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom.

  • Interacting with the children to support play, exploration, and learning.

  • Presenting expectations that are appropriate to the child’s age and developmental level.

  • Planning and implementing activities that develop self-esteem and social skills.

  • Communicating appropriately and professionally with parents and fellow staff.

  • Building teamwork.

  • Using assessment tools.

  • Committing to continuing education.


Lead Teachers are responsible for ensuring compliance with Goddard's industry-leading Quality Assurance standards. Lead Teachers write and implement their own lesson plans based on Goddard Developmental Guidelines and monthly school themes. Most importantly, they create a positive learning environment in their classroom where children develop a lifelong love of learning!


Assistant Teachers assist the Lead Teacher with the above-noted responsibilities. The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education, and certifications.


For immediate consideration please apply now!


Job Requirements


Lead Teacher Qualifications:



  • CDA, Associates or BA in Early Childhood Education or related field

  • Prior classroom experience

  • Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices

  • Strong written and communication skills


Assistant Teacher Qualifications:



  • High School Diploma

  • Prior childcare experience

  • Pursuing degree- preferred but not required

  • Infant teacher must have prior experience with infants or young toddlers


The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education and certifications and is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Benefits


We provide outstanding opportunities including:



  • Competitive salary

  • Eligibility to participate in a lucrative incentive program

  • Paid vacation

  • Sick days

  • Holidays

  • Medical Insurance reimbursement

  • Retirement plan with company matching


Required experience:


  • Child Care Experience preferred: 1 year

Company Description

The Goddard School is a premiere preschool for children from six weeks to six years are encouraged to develop at their own pace in a nurturing environment, lovingly guided by our highly skilled, professional teachers. By using the most current and academically endorsed methods, the F.L.EX.SM Learning Program focuses on developing seven Learning Domains: personal and social development, language and literacy, mathematical thinking, scientific thinking, social studies, creative expression and physical development. Our program for exceptional early childhood education, ensures children have fun while learning and is aimed at preparing them with skills and aptitudes needed for success in the 21st century


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LA PETITE ACADEMY IN NAPERVILLE IS HIRING TEACHERS


Full and Part-time positions available for Lead and Assistant Teachers


NOW OFFERING A $750 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR QUALIFIED LEAD TEACHERS 


Join our talented team, where we inspire children to be lifelong learners! Through our play based curriculum, our affectionate and loving staff ensures that our children are imparted with the knowledge to succeed.


Job Responsibilities:



  • Are caring, compassionate and love what they do!

  • Ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.

  • Help to maintain a fun and interactive classroom that is clean and organized.

  • Supervises the classroom, according to the plans of the Lead Teacher when the Lead is out of the room.

  • Attends all staff training sessions, meetings and programs sponsored by the Center, as required.

  • Helps with meal and snack preparation, feeding children, modeling table manners at family style meals.

  • Performs other related duties as requested by a Lead Teacher or Center Director


Job Requirements:



  • Experience working in a licensed childcare facility

  • A High School diploma or equivalent

  • Coursework or a degree in early childhood education or child development or a CDA

  • The ability to meet state and/or accreditation requirements for education and experience

  • Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work

  • Must be at least 18 years of age


Company Description

What matters to us at La Petite Academy is simple: Your child. Here, exceptionally strong, sound social and educational foundations are formed. Here, children learn to respect one another. Learn together. Learn to work together. Learn to have fun constructively.

And discover how enjoyable learning can be.

It all starts by design. The free-flowing, open concept design of our facilities inspires a nurturing, interactive, and collaborative environment in which your child can thrive. Our schools and classrooms are designed to give children room to grow, room to share and room to be themselves. At La Petite Academy, open spaces and open concepts promote open minds.

In addition, our entire school is designed to ensure that your safety and security remain our top priority. And communication is essential. With regular updates (including many photos) of your child's experiences, you can feel comfortable that you are sharing this journey every step of the way.

La Petite Academy. What a great place to start.


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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Tutor Time in Itasca is Hiring Teachers!


Our school is located at 1335 North Arlington Heights Rd.


NOW OFFERING $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR QUALIFIED LEAD TEACHERS AND $500 FOR ASSISTANTS!!


The Lead Teacher promotes the social, physical, and intellectual growth of the children under his/her care and works with the school’s staff to create an environment of learning and keeps parents informed of the progress of their child.


Job Responsibilities:



  • Create fun and interactive learning experiences while serving as mentors to fellow Teachers.

  • Ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.

  • Communicate directly with parents and prospective parents to achieve success for the child.

  • Maintain a fun and interactive classroom that is clean and organized.


Job Requirements:



  • Must be at least 18 years of age

  • High School diploma or equivalent

  • Must meet state requirements for education and additional center/school requirements may apply

  • Experience leading a classroom and creating educational lesson plans


 


Company Description

Tutor Time was established in 1988 in Boca Raton, Florida. Today, there are nearly 200 corporate and franchise schools throughout the United States, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

We are dedicated to fostering educational development, building self-esteem, and sparking imagination in a safe and loving environment.

As a leader in child education and family solutions, we are committed to developing innovative educational solutions. And we fulfill our mission with honesty, trust, a passion for excellence, and the same love of learning we instill in our students.

Tutor Time is a subsidiary of Learning Care Group Inc., the second-largest for-profit provider of child care and educational services in the United States.

Tutor Time is an equal opportunity provider


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This job is a live-in, residential position open to singles and married couples. Mooseheart Family Teachers provide safe and caring home environments for children ranging in age from newborns to high school seniors. Family Teachers are responsible for teaching social and independent living skills, as well as providing educational assistance, self-esteem building, and spiritual and moral guidance. Benefits include room and board. This is a great job to gain experience working with children! Mooseheart is located on a 1,000-acre campus 38 miles west of Chicago. The Child City is a home for children and teens in need, from infancy through high school. Dedicated in July 1913 by the Moose fraternal organization, Mooseheart cares for youth whose families are unable, for a wide variety of reasons, to care for them. Some have lost one or both parents; others are living in environments that are simply not conducive to healthy growth and development. Whatever the reason, the men and women of the Moose, through unparalleled generosity and volunteerism, furnish the resources necessary to care for children in need. The Moose fraternity provides children with a wholesome home-like environment and the best possible training and education. Children and teens live in one of approximately 30 social services residences, each designed like a spacious single-family residence for six to 12 children. The heart of the program is our trained Child Caregiver Teachers called Family Teachers, who provide a consistent, systematic method of care, with emphasis on social skills development, education and skills essential for success in later life. Qualifications and Skills Requirements: Minimum 21 years of age Possess valid driver’s license and a good driving record High School diploma required (College degree preferred), experience is a plus – but not necessary Ability to work within a team approach and possess conflict-management skills Must have the ability to live and work within our campus environment, and have a personality that is nurturing, energetic, patient, and persistent. Must have the ability to work under challenging conditions, and possess strong oral, written, organization, and time-management skills. Job Type: Full-time Salary package: $30,000.00 to $31,500.00 /year + room & board


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description

Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description

Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description

Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description




Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description




Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


See full job description

Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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This position is located in Aurora, IL


The Goddard School®, an early childhood education center, is currently seeking qualified Lead and Assistant Teachers.


We are looking for fun and energetic Lead and Assistant Teachers for our school.


Daily Responsibilities


Our Lead and Assistant Teachers work together to:



  • Developing lesson plans.

  • Meeting the individual's needs of the children

  • Parent communication.

  • Participation in staff and training meetings.

  • Designing an appropriate room arrangement to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom.

  • Interacting with the children to support play, exploration, and learning.

  • Presenting expectations that are appropriate to the child’s age and developmental level.

  • Planning and implementing activities that develop self-esteem and social skills.

  • Communicating appropriately and professionally with parents and fellow staff.

  • Building teamwork.

  • Using assessment tools.

  • Committing to continuing education.


Lead Teachers are responsible for ensuring compliance with Goddard's industry-leading Quality Assurance standards. Lead Teachers write and implement their own lesson plans based on Goddard Developmental Guidelines and monthly school themes. Most importantly, they create a positive learning environment in their classroom where children develop a lifelong love of learning!


Assistant Teachers assist the Lead Teacher with the above-noted responsibilities. The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education, and certifications.


For immediate consideration please apply now!


Job Requirements


Lead Teacher Qualifications:



  • CDA, Associates or BA in Early Childhood Education or related field

  • Prior classroom experience

  • Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices

  • Strong written and communication skills


Assistant Teacher Qualifications:



  • High School Diploma

  • Prior childcare experience

  • Pursuing degree

  • Infant teacher must have prior experience with infants or young toddlers


The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education and certifications and is an Equal Opportunity Employer


We provide outstanding opportunities including:



  • Competitive salary

  • Paid vacation

  • Sick days

  • Holidays

  • Medical Insurance subsidy

  • Retirement plan with company match

  • Eligibility to participate in a lucrative incentive program


Required experience:


  • Child Care Experience preferred: 1 year

Company Description

The Goddard School is a premiere preschool for children from six weeks to six years are encouraged to develop at their own pace in a nurturing environment, lovingly guided by our highly skilled, professional teachers. By using the most current and academically endorsed methods, the F.L.EX.SM Learning Program focuses on developing seven Learning Domains: personal and social development, language and literacy, mathematical thinking, scientific thinking, social studies, creative expression and physical development. Our program for exceptional early childhood education, ensures children have fun while learning and is aimed at preparing them with skills and aptitudes needed for success in the 21st century


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Job Description


Warrenville, IL - Crème de la Crème, Early Learning Center of Excellence, is looking for people who can stimulate, guide and open-up the joy of learning for children.


 


We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:



  • Transitional Kindergarten Teacher

  • Infant Teacher

  • Computer Teacher


 


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Delivering nurturing care and continuous supervision of assigned children.

  • Deliver and execute Crème curriculum as noted on the daily lesson plan.

  • Maintain consistency in classroom management.

  • Creating and consistently submitting lesson plans and a supply list to the Director of Curriculum on time.

  • Implementing of approved lesson plans and curriculum.

  • Consistently and appropriately completing CDLC “Daily Reports”.

  • Consistently following the CDLC policies and procedures.

  • Attending all monthly team meetings and required training meetings.

  • Maintaining the upkeep of classrooms and equipment inside and outside.

  • Consistently role modeling appropriate behavior and language for children.

  • Maintaining positive and open communication with parents, co-workers and CDLC management.

  • Knowing and consistently following the universal health codes.

  • Knowing and following all state licensing regulations.

  • Consistently interacting in a positive developmentally appropriate way with the children.

  • Reporting all accidents, injuries and/or illnesses to a Director immediately.

  • Completing appropriate accident or illness reports on time and giving them to a Director, then to the parent once returned.

  • Making sure all children have clean hands, face and diapers.

  • Assisting children when necessary regarding dressing, toileting and/or diapering needs.

  • Reporting health and safety issues to the Executive Director.

  • Maintaining First Aid and CPR certification.

  • Participating in a minimum of 20 clock hours of training annually (additional clock hours of training may be required based on State requirements).

  • Knowing and following regulations regarding the reporting of child abuse.


 


Required Qualifications (one or more of the following):


1) Sixty semester hours (or 90 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six; or
2) One year (1560 clock hours) of child development experience in a nursery school, kindergarten, or licensed day care center and 30 semester hours (or 45 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six; or
3) Completion of credentialing programs approved by the Department.


 


Additional Information:


The information contained in this document is not intended to be an “All-Inclusive” list of duties and responsibilities of the job described, nor are they intended to be such a listing of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job. Crème de la Crème reserves the right to modify any or all job descriptions as it becomes necessary or appropriate.


We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We actively seek applications from people of all backgrounds to strengthen our community and the perspectives needed to flourish in a multicultural world.


For more information about Crème de la Crème, visit our website at www.cremedelacreme.com.


 


Company Description

Just in the last year, Crème de la Crème’s Early Learning Centers of Excellence has doubled in size, to a community of 46 schools, which means we are on the lookout for really great talent to help shape the future of our organization, but more importantly the lives of the children we work with. Our sustainable growth means ample professional development and growth opportunities for you.


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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 Substitute Teachers Long Term Assignments!


Substitute Teacher includes carrying out necessary daily tasks and responsibilities in place of the Teacher whose absence is being substituted. Reporting to the Lead Administrator.



  • Reviewing and implementing lessons prepared by the absent teacher including regular routines and procedures

  • Possessing strong classroom management skills

  • Mentoring and engaging students

  • Demonstrating a passion for working with students

  • Creating a safe and nurturing educational learning environment

  • Maintaining a positive, friendly, and respectful demeanor at all times



Must have a Bachelors Degree with an Active state of Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL)


Company Description

Quality Placement Authority is a full-service recruiting and staffing firm headquartered in the Chicago Metropolitan area with multiple office locations across the United States. SN/QPA services clients nationwide. Established on the principle “Human Solutions You Can Trust,” SN/QPA has partnered with a wide range of clients from Fortune 500 companies to emerging startups. OUR MISSION is to help your business achieve sustainable competitive advantage through innovative people strategies.


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Teach For America works in 51 communities (regions) across the country. After attending your interview, you'll have the opportunity to choose and rank 10 regions where you prefer to teach.

In joining Teach For America, you will have the privileged and unique opportunity to inspire and impact the education of young children by working as a full-time salaried Teacher in a low-income community within the US. Each year, thousands of diverse leaders across the country - from recent college graduates to working professionals in the public or private sector - use their leadership skills, experience and passion for profound social impact and social change as a Teach For America Corps Member. 

Our network of corps members teach for a minimum of two-years at the preschool, elementary, middle or high school level and across one or more subjects including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, STEM, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social students and more. 

At Teach For America, we value diverse leadership experiences and skills like yours because it plays a vital role in ensuring that all kids receive a quality and excellent education and have an opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

What You’ll Do

Throughout your two-year commitment, you will work in partnership with parents and other educators to set ambitious goals for your students and support them on their journey, while reimagining education and your role as a leader and partner in the classroom, community and beyond. 

With TFA’s formal and high-quality training, unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching, mentorship and leadership development, you will be equipped to have a profound and measurable impact on the academic and personal growth of your students.

 

Where You Will Teach

Teach For America works in 51 communities across the country, from urban to rural, from New York to Hawaii to South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley (and quite possibly the community you are located in today).

 

What We Offer:



  •  Competitive salary and benefits (e.g., medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, life insurance, retirement plans etc.).




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




  • Access to a vast network of TFA alumni leaders across multiple fields and sectors— educators, socially conscious CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, and many more.




  • Connections to top graduate schools and employers (who actively pursue TFA alumni), after successfully completing your two-year commitment.




  • An opportunity to inspire, impact and make a difference in the lives of children every day.



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




  • Must be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA status



While a background in education is not a prerequisite for you to apply, you will be required to complete any necessary steps to become highly qualified in the subject(s) you will teach. You also may be required to work towards a full teaching certification during your two-year commitment.

Who We Are

We are Leaders. Educators. Mentors. Entrepreneurs. Community Members. Changemakers. Together, we see the potential in every student in this country—no matter what.

Teach For America is a national network of diverse leaders working in partnership with local communities across the country to expand educational opportunity for children. For almost 30 years, Teach For America has recruited outstanding leaders to become TFA “corps members” who commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they experience both the joys and challenges of expanding opportunities for kids. Today, Teach For America is a force of nearly 60,000 alumni and corps members committed to reimagining education and realizing the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence and lead. For more information, visit teachforamerica.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Click Apply to take the first steps toward an impactful and meaningful career.

 


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