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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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Job Description


 


Job Description for Teacher


 


The person selected for this position will be responsible for the general supervision and management of a class within licensing regulations, with children ranging in age between 18 months and 12years.


 


Qualifications


 


The person selected for this position must be professionally prepared as a teacher of young children, especially in the field of early childhood education and development, and must be able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who is able to relate to both children and adults.


Must have ECE units with infant toddler units.


 


Responsibilities


 


Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to, the following:


 



  • Be aware and follow the stipulations as outlined in Title 22.

  • Planning, supervising, and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of the school.

  • Gearing the program to the needs of the individual child with concern for his interests, handicaps, special talents, individual style and pace of learning.

  • Considering the individual child in relationship to his cultural and socioeconomic background.

  • Treating each child with respect and dignity.

  • Helping each child become aware of his role as an integral member of a group.

  • Being responsible for the order arrangement, appearance, and decor and learning environment of the classroom.

  • Assuming an equal share of the joint housekeeping responsibilities of the staff.



  • Attending all staff meetings.

  • Participating in recommended training programs, conferences, courses, and other aspects of professional growth.

  • Implementing methods of serving as a positive liaison with parents of the students.

  • Assisting in public-relations events sponsored by the school.

  • Attending all school functions (some functions may take place after school hours).



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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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Job Description


 


Administrative Assistant


 


General Description


This position provides skilled assistance to the Region 1 office, staff and members.  Work is performed within established guidelines and procedures.  Incumbent must exercise independent judgement and initiative and discretion in the dissemination of sensitive information.  The position provides logistical support to the Regional Conference and Regional Programs which requires exercising independent judgement and initiative, with minimal supervision.


 


Duties and Responsibilities


Financial Processing Responsibilities:              


1.       Processes and Maintains Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable records for CNTA bank accounts.


2.       Compiles information for Accountant/Treasurer on a regular basis for monthly financial credit card statements and office expenses/reimbursements.


3.       Assists Political Action Committee with processing FPPC forms.


4.       Assists Treasurer with scheduling/preparing for auditor on a yearly basis for CNTA.


5.       Coordinates property maintenance, as approved by President and/or Executive Board; including contact with cleaning crew, gardener, plumber, locksmith and equipment maintenance.  Obtains quotes, schedules for service, communicates with Leadership to ensure workers are supervised/have access, and reviews work to ensure contract was fulfilled.


 


General Office & Secretarial Responsibilities:


1.       Composes and prepares correspondence for staff and leadership.


2.       Edits reports and correspondence for style and correct English usage, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.


3.       Answers the telephone, monitors and maintains the telephone answering system, and responds to inquiries from the public, members and staff as appropriate.


4.       Open and processes mail, including Electronic Submissions (“e-mail”) to the office.


5.       Timely routes all inquiries to appropriate staff and ensures those inquiries receive a response even if the assigned staff-person(s) is unavailable.


6.       Provides assistance to members and chapter leaders requesting Association services, benefits and programs.


7.       Processes GLS referrals and Grievances for CTA members as directed by UniServ Staff and CNTA President.


8.       Reproduces and packages materials for distribution to the CNTA bargaining unit.


9.       Compiles information and creates/maintains databases using current technology.


10.   Schedules appointments and travel arrangements for CNTA.


11.   Maintains accurate office and facilities calendars.


12.   Establishes and maintains files and records.


13.   Performs required logistics to arrange and prepare for meetings, workshops, and other events.


14.   Maintains inventory & coordinates refreshments/meals for meetings and workshops.


15.   Coordinates the delivery, receipt, presentation & clean-up of meals for meetings and workshops.


16.   Performs logistical functions as assigned for conferences outside the office.


17.   Assists committees with planning, coordinating and follows through on large logistical projects.


18.   Performs designated office errands, some of which may require driving.


19.   Performs other appropriate duties as assigned.


20.   Assists with CNTA events as needed (available for overtime assistance).


 


Membership Responsibilities:


1.       Utilizes and updates database systems on a regular basis.


2.       Processes membership forms.


3.       Delivers payroll rosters monthly to Accountant/Treasurer to be reconciled.


4.       Communicates on a regular basis with CNUSD payroll and personnel departments regarding membership for CNTA as required to benefit the Association and members. 


5.       Compiles membership statistics and other information for CNTA


6.       Acts as liaison between NEA, CTA and the CNTA membership.


 


Additional Miscellaneous Responsibilities:


1.       Perform on-site property/equipment maintenance functions.


2.       Provides high-level administrative support to CNTA elected leadership, which in addition to other responsibilities include drafting, preparing and finalizing letters, memos, reports and other documents. Also responsible for taking notes/minutes when necessary and/or requested, which includes editing and completing to final form.


3.       Perform Notary Services for CNTA Members.


 


Qualifications - Minimum Required


·         High school diploma or associate’s degree.


·         Experience as an office assistant or in related field.


·         Ability to write clearly and help with word processing when necessary.


·         Warm personality with strong communication skills.


·         Ability to work well/follow through on work assignments with limited supervision.


·         Great communication skills. Ability to communicate clearly, verbally and in writing.


·         Have a valid driver license, clean driving record and a reliable, fully-insured, vehicle.


·         Proficiency in the use of computer technology, Microsoft Applications, Social Media, and ability to learn and use the Association’s software programs.


·         Licensed Notary (or willingness to obtain licensing).


·         Consistent and welcoming demeanor to CNTA members, CTA staff, and community/visitors.


·         Initiative, ability to organize work, and the ability to maintain a high degree of integrity regarding confidential information.


 


Desired Additional Qualifications -


·         Ability to function effectively under considerable pressure and solve complex office problems independently.


·         Demonstrated ability to exercise planning, coordinating and follow-through skills as applied to large complex logistical projects.


·         Ability to prioritize multiple projects and adapt to changes in priorities.


·         Ability to work cooperatively with leadership and management.


·         Ability to learn and communicate CNTA structure, policies, and procedures.


·         Minimum keyboarding speed of 55 wpm.


·         Ability to work overtime as needed.



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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.

 


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Job Description


 


As a teacher with CDI, you will join a non-profit agency committed to providing exceptional Infant-Toddler/Preschool/School-Age programming that has a guiding principle of always putting children first. Step inside one of our centers and find yourself immersed in a play-based environment where you can explore and develop your passion for teaching with the support of talented co-teachers and Site Supervisors.


We are currently looking for Associate Teachers to join our Child Development Centers in the Menifee area.


Essential Functions:



  • Create daily lesson plans supported by learning frameworks and foundations that directly connect to the passion and interests of children: STEM/Arts/Reading/Dramatic & Rhythmic Play

  • Have fun in creating intentional, enriched, and supportive learning environments

  • Observe children’s growth while active inside or outside the classroom in hands-on, engaging activities that promote fine and gross motor skill development

  • Record and share children’s progress as they achieve developmental milestones

  • Keep children safe by supporting positive interactions, conducting proper supervision, and promoting healthy habits

  • Provide excellent customer service by establishing and maintaining authentic connections with children, families, schools, communities and center/classroom team

  • Work collaboratively with co-teachers in connecting work place values, education, and experience to provide the highest quality programs and creative workplaces

  • Depending on age, guide children through club activities and provide homework assistance

  • Supervise field trips to destinations such as aquatics parks, beaches, and trampoline parks etc.

  • Assist in promoting company mission and philosophy, as well performing duties assigned by Site Supervisor


Qualifications:


Education and permit requirements may vary by center needs and/or require specific units depending on program such as Infant-Toddler, Preschool, School-Age, and Title 5/Title 22 status.



  • Possess an Associate Teacher Permit or higher, or 12 core Child Development/ECE units

  • 1 year prior experience working in a licensed program with young children


  • Bilingual/Multilingual language preference based on individual center needs

  • Pass a Health Screening, TB test, and Fingerprint Clearance check

  • Current adult and infant/child CPR/First Aid certification preferred

  • Ability to lift/push 15 pounds

  • Must be 18 years or older


CDI Employee Perks:



  • Competitive salaries

  • Career Development and Training

  • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick Time

  • Medical, Dental, Vision

  • Life Insurance

  • 401(k)

  • Flexible Spending Account

  • Discounted Childcare

  • Commuter Benefits

  • Company Discounts


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace.


Company Description

For more than forty-five years, our agency has been preparing children for success in school and creating a foundation for life-long learning. Beginning with an initial organization in 1969, then adding Continuing Development Incorporated (CDI) in 1976 and Child Development Centers (CDC) in 1984, we were founded to provide learning materials and services to both state subsidized and private child care centers.


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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.

 


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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Job Description


Grades: K-3 and High School grades 9-12 YEAR ROUND at our non-public school in Beaumont, CA


Position Summary: FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.CHILDHELP.ORG



The Teacher is responsible for providing effective academic instruction to students requiring services outside of the public school environment at The Private School of Childhelp Village West.
This position does not have direct reports.
Essential Functions
• Carries out requirements for successful fulfillment of professional responsibilities, including: attending all staff meetings, participating in in-service training, and attending conferences.
• Participates in staff development and evaluation process.
• Knows and abides by Childhelp policies; has read the Policy Manual and Staff Handbook.
• Maintains pro-active, professional relationships with co-workers.
• Participates in meetings as requested, including IEP, ITP, ETP development and IEP meetings, placement meetings, team planning meetings, staffing, and Teacher’s meetings, sharing information and opinions.
• Provides direction and support for the classroom Instructional Aide.
• Participates in the writing of either an Education Treatment Plans (ETP) or Individual Education Plans (IEP) and facilitates the development and implementation of therapeutic teaching strategies that correspond with the Plan.
• Responsible for selecting materials appropriate to the needs of students with the assistance of the Principal, taking into account yearly budget and submitting requests on a Purchase Order.
• Writes weekly lesson plans and reviews them with the Principal or Assistant Principal. Maintain emergency lesson plan notebook or substitute folder with specific information on class groupings, content, schedule, rules, etc.
• Implements instruction according to IEP, ITP, ETP, and/or grade level curriculum.
• Manages classroom comprised of Special Education, Mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe students, developing a classroom behavioral management program, as a supplement to the PDS, assuring system is positively orientated.
• Implements behavioral programs as necessitated. Follows/maintains a student management plan as approved by the multidisciplinary team.
• Appropriately reinforces students and assures consistency of classroom management.
• Responsible for writing monthly reports typed on an IBM-compatible computer that reflects a child’s performance within the classroom.
• Tracks student’s progress on report cards each quarter.
• Keeps attendance records and student grades for each subject area.
• Maintains inventory of classroom materials.
• Assign and grade nightly homework assignments following Village School protocol.
Requirements
Education/Experience/Knowledge/Understanding
• Possess a clear Teaching Credential in Special Education from an accredited college or university
• Possess a California unrestricted Driver’s License
Skills
• Excellent verbal, written, and listening communication skills to include communicating clearly, effectively, tactfully, and patiently to a diverse population
• Excellent presentation skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills and demeanor with the ability to build rapport and garner trust with others
• Proficient in the use of a PC; in a Windows environment; in the use of the Internet; and in the use of MS Office Applications such as Outlook, Word and Excel
Abilities
• Ability to pass fingerprint background screening through the Department of Justice, FBI and Child Abuse Index; and a pre-employment physical
• Ability to effectively engage with children from various backgrounds and circumstances
• Ability to provide consistency and behavioral limits through relationship-based interventions
• Ability to maintain professional behavior in high pressure situations
• Ability to understand and solve problems by applying intermediate analytical skills to include collecting all the relevant information and data needed to address the problem; organizing, classifying and synthesizing the data into fundamental issues; from the information, identifying the most probable causes of the problem; reducing the information down into manageable components; identifying the logical outcomes from the analyses of the data collected; and, identifying the options and solutions for addressing the problems analyzed
• Ability and willingness to carry out the Childhelp mission and realize the Founders’ vision by embodying the cultural values and performance Principles of Acting with Honor & Character, Being Open & Receptive to Others; Caring About and Relating to Others; Nurturing Diverse Relationships; Performance Excellence; and Inspirational Leading & Managing
Physical Demands
• Ability to frequently see, hear, speak, and walk; occasionally sits, stands, bends, lift up to 25 lbs., carry; and at times may stoop, climb, squat, kneel, run, and drive.
• Ability to spend 20% of time outdoors, 80% indoors, withstand moderate noise levels including voice levels 90% of the time, extreme heat up to 118 degrees; wind, rain cold weather; to operate household appliances; to drive an automobile
• Employees may be exposed to children who may ask inappropriate personal questions, display socially unacceptable personal behaviors, insult your physical appearance, age, sex, and race, use profanity, sexually explicit phrases, exhibit defiance, dishonesty, threats, accusations, and theft, assaultive behaviors and self-destructive behaviors.
Preferences
• Possess a clear California Teaching Credential in Special Education from an accredited college or university.


 


Company Description

Childhelp remains true to their vision. The internationally respected nonprofit is the largest organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect as well as at-risk children. Though it has grown beyond their wildest dreams, CEO and Chairman, Sara O’Meara, and President, Yvonne Fedderson, who still work every day for this critical cause, have never forgotten those eleven little orphans in a storm that inspired their mission of hope.


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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.

 


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KinderCare Education is the nation’s leader in early childhood education. We nourish curiosity through purposeful experiences to create a future full of lifelong learners. From our National Support Center, to the classrooms where learning comes to life, we’re united by a passion to create a world of learning, joy and adventure for more than 161,000 children ages six-weeks through 12 years every day.

 

Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.

 

When you join our team as an Assistant Teacher you will\:

 



  • Assist teachers with the implementation of KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn.  
  • Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children

  • Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners

Qualification:


Required Skills and Experience\:


 





  • A love for children and a strong desire to make a difference every day

  • Ability to build relationships with families and coworkers and create a dynamic environment where play and discovery go hand-in-hand

  • Outstanding customer service skills

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain

  • Must meet state specific guidelines for the role

  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors.  Must be able to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children.

  • Ability to speak, read, and write English.




The benefits our career professionals enjoy\:


 



In addition to a rewarding career where you help shape children's futures, KinderCare Education provides a competitive compensation package. Benefits include\:




  • Medical, dental and vision


  • Discounted child care


  • Generous paid time off


  • Education assistance and reimbursement


  • Medical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs


  • 401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match


 


KinderCare Education employs more than 32,000 team members across 1,700 locations nationwide. Our devoted family of education providers leads the nation in accreditation and includes KinderCare® Learning Centers, KinderCare Education at Work®, Champions® Before- and After-School Programs, Cambridge Schools, Knowledge Beginnings®, Rainbow Child Care Centers and The Grove School®.


 


KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.




 


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Description:



Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success. 





As a member of our teaching staff, you will\:


 





  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn

  • Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children

  • Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement

  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners

  • Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child   



 





The benefits our career professionals enjoy\:


 





  • Medical, dental and vision

  • Childcare benefit

  • Paid time off

  • Education assistance and reimbursement

  • Medical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs

  • 401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match



 


Qualification:

Required Skills and Experience\:


 





  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain

  • Active Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain) 

  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors 

  • Must be able to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children

  • Read, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in English

  • All center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the role




KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.


 







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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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