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  Thank you for your interest in the Almaden Valley Athletic Club®!  AVAC and AVAC Swim School®  hire staff year-round, and have a proven track record for staff  development and internal promotion. People passionate about serving  others, teaching, leading, and living healthy lifestyles will find  rewarding experiences at AVAC®, whether it is to work through high school, college, or set up a career in sports, recreation, or hospitality

What We Expect

At AVAC®,  our service philosophy is to deliver VIP service and treat our members  like family.  We only hire folks who are passionate about serving  others, who hustle to make others happy, who strive for constant  improvement, who understand what it means to be “on stage,” and who know  how to check their personal baggage at the door.  In this industry, we  work so that others may play.  That means early mornings, late nights,  weekends, and occasionally last minute schedule changes.Serving others is demanding work.  Our Mission: AVAC® is your family-owned favorite place for swim, tennis, fitness, and community.  In order to meet our Mission, members of Team AVAC®  must train constantly to improve service skills.  This means initial  20+ hours of training, regular supervisor and peer feedback, coaching  sessions, staff meetings, and trainings year-round.  Team AVAC® never stops training.  A  minimum of 8 hours per week is required to work here, as well as  weekend availability, attendance at regularly scheduled meetings and  trainings, and a perpetually up-to-date CPR/AED certificate.   Specialized positions such as lifeguards, fitness coaches, swim/tennis  teachers and child care require further certifications and background  checks.

What You’ll Get

Team AVAC® enjoys an  upbeat, constantly busy, and friendly work environment.  We come to work  every day knowing we’re going to be amongst friends and without  cubicles. All staff receive an AVAC® Fitness Membership, significant discounts on all AVAC®  services, paid sick time, discounted child care, team building and  staff development.  Full time staff are eligible for medical, dental,  SIMPLE IRA with employer matching, and discounted AVAC® memberships for family.But most of all…Team AVAC®  prides itself on its culture. We are a work hard play hard group who  are loyal to our team and our community. Together we have our kids meet  up for play dates, we run races, we volunteer, we go hiking, we  celebrate life events, and so much more.  Our Management Team of 13 has  an average of 13 years of service to AVAC® each!  Looking  for an Internship?  We have partnered with San Jose State, San  Francisco State, West Valley College, and others to provide learning and  growth opportunities for students and recent grads. Previous successful  internships at AVAC® have been in the areas of Marketing, Business Administration, Public Relations, Recreation, and Kinesiology.  AVAC®  has experience being a qualified provider of internships for accredited  universities, offering a professional environment and setting up  learning objectives, as well as transitioning internships into  professions.  


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Swim Instruction for children (ages 6 months +) and adults. Responsible for groups of up to 4 to 6 swimmers at a time or private 1:1 lessons. Swim instructors that have been certified as Water Safety Instructors and who currently hold Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer certifications will be considered for employment first. Applicants with past swim team experience are also great candidates. Swim Instructors will be trained to teach with our methodologies after hired for employment. Applicants educated in child development, psychology and lifesaving skills are highly encouraged to apply.

Lifeguards must have Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certifications to be considered for any Lifeguarding jobs. Lifeguarding shifts are assigned as they come in and can vary from 2-5 hour shifts. (paid for a minimum of 2 hours)

 

Seahorse Swim School is hiring motivated, energetic and reliable Swim Instructors and Lifeguards for Spring, Summer and Fall swim programs. We teach all ages, levels and abilities to swim aged 6 months and up. Applicants that are hired in Spring are expected to be available for work in the Summer and Fall to maintain consistency in instructors from March to October. (You must be able to work in the Summer too).

Hours avail to teach: Tues/Thurs 2-6pm and Saturdays 9 -1 (sometimes 2) pm at Aptos location. Lifeguarding jobs are available with us throughout the County in the Spring, Summer and early Fall and are at private locations that are mostly Sat and Sun from 2-5pm. Jobs are assigned as they come up. Travel stipends are paid to travel to each location as well and you will be paid a minimum of 2 hours for any guarding job.

Pay starts at $14/hr while training, goes up to $15/hr once you are able to take on your own classes, and then is increased based on job performance, reliability and consistency. Those with experience teaching, come with good/great references and also hold a current LGT cert, will start at $15/hr (or more) as we would assume you would take on your own classes sooner and would be raised based on job performance, reliability and consistency.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $14.00 to $18.00 /hour

Please submit your resume. Please see website for all Spring and Summer Program details and locations, etc.

Do not contact this company in solicitation of any product or service.


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Swim Instruction for children (ages 6 months +) and adults. Responsible for groups of up to 4 to 6 swimmers at a time or private 1:1 lessons. Swim instructors that have been certified as Water Safety Instructors and who currently hold Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer certifications will be considered for employment first. Applicants with past swim team experience are also great candidates. Swim Instructors will be trained to teach with our methodologies after hired for employment. Applicants educated in child development, psychology and lifesaving skills are highly encouraged to apply.

Lifeguards must have Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certifications to be considered for any Lifeguarding jobs. Lifeguarding shifts are assigned as they come in and can vary from 2-5 hour shifts. (paid for a minimum of 2 hours)

 

Seahorse Swim School is hiring motivated, energetic and reliable Swim Instructors and Lifeguards for Spring, Summer and Fall swim programs. We teach all ages, levels and abilities to swim aged 6 months and up. Applicants that are hired in Spring are expected to be available for work in the Summer and Fall to maintain consistency in instructors from March to October. (You must be able to work in the Summer too).

Hours avail to teach: Tues/Thurs 2-6pm and Saturdays 9 -1 (sometimes 2) pm at Aptos location. Lifeguarding jobs are available with us throughout the County in the Spring, Summer and early Fall and are at private locations that are mostly Sat and Sun from 2-5pm. Jobs are assigned as they come up. Travel stipends are paid to travel to each location as well and you will be paid a minimum of 2 hours for any guarding job.

Pay starts at $14/hr while training, goes up to $15/hr once you are able to take on your own classes, and then is increased based on job performance, reliability and consistency. Those with experience teaching, come with good/great references and also hold a current LGT cert, will start at $15/hr (or more) as we would assume you would take on your own classes sooner and would be raised based on job performance, reliability and consistency.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $14.00 to $18.00 /hour

Please submit your resume. Please see website for all Spring and Summer Program details and locations, etc.

Do not contact this company in solicitation of any product or service.


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Part-time Violin and Piano Teachers wanted for a growing music school in San Jose

Do you love music and want to share your knowledge with others? Do you want to make a difference in the life of a young musician? Are you patient and have a positive outlook?

If you said yes, Santa Teresa Academy of Music and Dance is the place for you! We are looking for a couple of violin and piano teachers to and guide our students as they explore and discover the joys of music.

Ideal candidates would have the following experience/skills:


  • Be encouraging and friendly as you help your students reach their musical goals

  • Be flexible and able to work with students of all ages

  • Be able to provide/create your own lesson plans

  • Be professional and punctual

  • Have prior teaching experience

  • A college degree in music is NOT required. Many of our best teachers are performers who have experience, are great with children and have an outgoing personality.

Why you’ll enjoy teaching at Santa Teresa Academy of Music and Dance:


  • We take care of the paperwork, scheduling, tuition and parent communications

  • You get to focus on the fun part—teaching music and building relationships with your students!

  • We maintain a supportive, fun, and creative teaching environment

Position is open immediately.

Pay rate: $24-30/ hour depending on experience


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Our well established Spanish Immersion Preschool is looking for a dependable, enthusiastic and nurturing individual to be a part of our team. We have 2 location 1 in the Santa Teresa area near Bernal and the other in Los Gatos/Blossom Hill area.

to qualify for this position you must

-be native Spanish speaker

-ability to understand spoken English

-minimum 3 ECE credits

-able to work well with adults and children

- this is a P/T guaranteed 5 hour per day Monday - Friday with potential to grow to F/T

You may qualify for a Teacher Aide if you do not have ECE credits and are interested in furthering your career in child development.

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Job Summary

Love what you do!!Music for Minors (MFM) is currently seeking music educators to share their love of music with elementary students.  We are especially interested in Spanish speaking educators who can teach both English and Spanish. We would love to hire musicians who are available 2-5 days per week, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 2:30 PM. Instructors provide weekly lessons using MFM's standards based curriculum that incorporates singing, movement and instruments.

Qualifications and Skills

• Love working with children, grades K-5

• Ability to sing on pitch, and experience as a vocalist or instrumentalist

• Must be out-going, upbeat, organized, and patient

• Music degree and prior teaching experience preferred

• Background check

 

Benefits

• Competitive employee compensation starting at $31.00/hr.

• Paid training and professional development

• Online standards-based curriculum for TK-5th grade 

• Instrumental kits, music resources and 1:1 mentor provided

• Join a team of vibrant and skilled musicians and educators 

 

Organization Profile 

Music for Minors is a nonprofit with over 40 years of expertise in elementary music education. Operating in the San Francisco Bay Area, our faculty provides students in TK-5th grade with a program of diverse, participatory musical instruction that serves to enhance children's enjoyment, appreciation, and knowledge of music. Serving over 25,000 students in 14 school districts, 67 schools, and 993 classrooms.


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Oakwood School in Morgan Hill, CA is seeking a High School Art Instructor: Levels Beginning through Advanced Placement. At Oakwood School, everything we do reflects a more intentional education that shapes the growth of confident, engaged, thoughtful, high-achieving young people.

Responsibilities Include

• Work in partnership with other teachers, educators, parents, and specialists to develop and deliver curriculum.

• Plan lessons that include, but not are limited to: drawing, painting, photography.

• Plan, supervise, and implement art curriculum.

• Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and ability to provide instruction to encourage creativity, positivity, and self-expression.

• Work and communicate effectively with parents in formal and informal conferences, written reports, newsletters, and other school approved channels.

• Support and follow school policies and procedures.

• Be a positive and contributing member of the Oakwood community.

• Other duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications

• Passion for art and working with upper school students and their families.

• Previous experience as a teacher.

• Advanced degree helpful.

• Digital/Photography experience a plus.

• Excellent verbal and written communications skills.

• Personable and warm demeanor with high academic expectations.

Details

The school offers competitive compensation based on prior experience, education, and position requirements. Medical, vision, dental, life, long-term disability, and retirement benefits are offered.

Additional information about Oakwood School is available at our website

Email resume (preferred method)

or mail to:

Oakwood School

Attn: Jobs

105 John Wilson Way

Morgan Hill, CA 95037


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Job Description


POSITION: ASSOCIATE TEACHER OR TEACHER


(BILINGUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH PREFERRED)


PROGRAM: CHILD DEVELOPMENT DIVISION OF COMMUNITY BRIDGES


                      REDWOOD MOUNTAIN - FELTON, CA


Community Bridges envisions a thriving community where every person has the opportunity to unleash their full potential. Our family of ten programs delivers essential services, provides equitable access to resources, and advocates for health and dignity across every stage of life.


POSITION DESCRIPTION:


Under supervision by the site supervisor, the associate teacher or teacher assists the site supervisor in providing a quality, developmentally appropriate program for children. The associate teacher or teacher oversees the environment in an assigned classroom, assuring child health and safety, helping to develop appropriate curriculum, and building positive relationships with children, parents and staff.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


1. The health and safety of children is the #1 priority. Reads and adheres to “Safety Practices and Protocols” to ensure safety of children.


2. Plans and implements curriculum projects and activities with team members with a special focus on a primary group of children.


3. Ensures a developmentally appropriate, nurturing environment that meets the needs and expressed interest of the children in language development, early literacy, creative expression, pre-math skills, social/emotional development, positive conflict resolution and independent thinking.


4. Supports and upholds NAEYC Accreditation criteria; participates in annual self-study.


5. Oversees, creates and maintains age-appropriate indoor/outdoor environment.


6. Provides leadership in assigned classroom to include training, modeling, coaching and mentoring of Associate Teachers, subs and volunteers.


7. Assists in the planning and implementation of Parent/Teacher & Parent Council meetings and attends and participates in parent meetings.


8. Complies with State mandates of Desired Result for Families and Children mandates as follows:


a. Conducts regular written observations of children in the primary care group to assess their strengths and needs and to document their developmental growth.


b. Completes written observations on primary care group and links those observations to the 42 Measures.


c. Completes Developmental Profile-r and Written Goals for every primary care child within 60 days of enrollment and every six months thereafter.


d. Uses the Developmental Profile and Child Summary Sheet for Parent Conferences to share information and establish goals for child with parent.


e. Uses the Developmental Profile-r and written goals to plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities linked to goals of each individual child as well as the developmental needs and expressed interest of the group.


9. Completes annual program evaluation using Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS) with classroom group.


10. Participates in annual staff satisfaction survey.


11. Assists with meals and snacks to include the setup, serving and cleanup of meals following Child Care Food Program State guidelines.


12. Keeps detailed and accurate records of food purchased and consumed at all Centers in compliance with the Child Care Food Program


13. Assists with indoor/outdoor set-up and clean-up and opening / closing of center.


14. Supports fundraising efforts for the Division.


15. Maintains professional competence through participation in continuing education.


16. Complies with all policies and practices as detailed in agency Personnel Policies.


17. Observes safety and health standards as detailed in “Employee Injury and Illness Prevention Program” handbook.


18. Remains knowledgeable about current Center Emergency and Disaster plans and know your specific responsibilities. Conduct monthly safety drills in assigned classroom.


19. Knows location of, and how to use emergency shut-off for water, electricity and gas.


20. Practices fire, earthquake and emergency evacuation drills monthly with class group.


21. In accordance with the Community Bridges Customer Service Plan, provides excellent customer service to clients, colleagues, and the public.


22. Develops and maintains positive community relationships with clients, coworkers, supervisors, partners, stakeholders, and the public.


23. Communicates effectively and respectfully with parents, staff and volunteers at the Center, including persons from different racial, cultural and ethnic groups and from different backgrounds and lifestyles.


24. Performs related duties as assigned.


Job descriptions are intended to be illustrative only; they are not designed to be restrictive or to define each and every assigned duty and responsibility. In an organization of this nature, each employee is expected to perform such duties as necessary to fulfill the stated goals of the agency.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:


Knowledge of:



  • methods, philosophy and techniques of early childhood education; and

  • report preparation and record keeping.


Ability to:



  • plan, organize and implement a developmentally appropriate program for children and/or infants;

  • work effectively and respectfully in collaboration with coworkers as part of the team;

  • use a supportive approach to manage children, especially when dealing with children with physical limitations, developmental or learning delays and emotional challenges;

  • respond calmly and appropriately to children’s undesirable behavior such as hitting, kicking, throwing things, spitting or name calling, etc.; and

  • react quickly and properly to keep children safe in all circumstances including emergencies.


LICENSING REQUIREMENTS:


· Within six months of hire, must be able to obtain a Child Development Associate Teacher permit or higher issued by the CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The minimum requirements to obtain an Associate Teacher permit are as follows:


o Must have 12 Early Childhood Education (ECE) units, including core courses in Curriculum, Child Family & Community, and Child Growth Development.


o Must have at least 50 days of experience in paid or unpaid work in a child care setting in the previous 2 years.


· Must maintain an active permit once obtained, which requires completion of a minimum of 105 hours of professional growth every five years.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS



  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds.

  • Ability to stoop, bend, kneel, push, pull, and turn body quickly and get up and down from ground level frequently throughout the day.

  • Ability to stand for long periods of time.


OTHER REQUIREMENTS:



  • Must provide transcripts of college courses prior to beginning employment.

  • Must be fingerprinted, complete a Child Abuse Index Check form, and be criminally cleared prior to beginning employment.

  • Must provide proof of current immunization against influenza, pertussis, and measles prior to beginning employment.

  • Must undergo Health Screening and TB test within 7 days of employment.

  • Must provide valid CPR certification and Pediatric First Aid training certificate or be willing to obtain both within 30 days of employment.

  • Must sign a “Mandated Reporter” agreement, which mandates employee to report suspected child abuse.

  • Teachers working in infant rooms must have knowledge of PITC and RIE philosophies pertaining to infant care.

  • Proficiency in English is required, fluent bilingual English/Spanish is preferred.


We screen all applicants, require background checks on final candidates consistent with funding regulation requirements and are a Drug-Free Work Place.


UNION:


The Associate Teacher and Teacher positions are represented by the SEIU bargaining unit.


RATE OF PAY AND HOURS:



  • This is a regular, non-exempt, 40 hr/week position.

  • The agency rate of pay range for this position is: Associate Teacher: $14.44-$19.72/ hour OR Teacher: $15.75 – $21.58/hour depending on education, experience and ECE Units (plus a $.40/hr bilingual differential after passing a test administered by the Human Resources Department).

  • Employees are expected to transfer to another Center or adjust their assigned shift if needed in an urgent situation.

  • Hours are typically between 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday, but occasional evening and weekend hours are required for staff meetings, parent/teacher nights, and staff training.

  • Attendance at required meetings is mandatory and is a condition of employment.

  • On-site attendance is required.


BENEFITS:



  • For employee: shared cost medical, dental, vision, life insurance, & Employee Assistance Program. This benefit package is valued at $9,510/year.

  • First year: 16 vacation days and 10 holidays, with accrual based on 40 hr/wk.

  • Sick leave: Eight hours/month, with accrual based on 40 hr/wk.

  • May be eligible for up to 4 Wellness Floaters per year after satisfying all eligibility requirements.


· 401(k) Retirement Plan: Agency matches employee contribution up to 1% of annual salary upon completion of six month employment, effective during open enrollment period


· Flexible Spending Account (FSA).


· Dependent Care Reimbursement Program.


· Paid lunch.


TO APPLY:



  • Please submit your Community Bridges application by email (hr@cbridges.org), fax (831-688-8302), or in person. If you have any questions, please call 831-688-8840, Ext. 200.

  • Resumes can be submitted but will not be accepted in lieu of an employment application.

  • The application may be downloaded at: https://communitybridges.org/employment/

  • Please submit any college transcripts, licenses, and/or certificates as an attachment to your application.


COMMUNITY BRIDGES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of age, ancestry, color, religious creed, denial of Family and Medical Care Leave, disability (mental and physical), marital, familial or parental status, medical condition, genetic information, military and Veteran status, national origin (including language use restrictions), race, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding), gender, gender identity, and gender expression, political affiliation or sexual orientation.


Company Description

Our mission is to deliver essential services, provide equitable access to resources, and advocate for health and dignity across every stage of life.

Since 1977, Community Bridges has been a catalyst for a brighter future by providing basic resources for the people of Santa Cruz County. Our family of ten vital programs across 20 different sites serves thousands of local children, families, and seniors each year. While each program is remarkable on its own, together we are unstoppable.

Every day, we provide services that lead to positive change in people’s lives. Our programs give community members access to transportation, healthy food, health care, and senior daycare. We offer early education, grade school tutoring, and classes in breastfeeding, parenting, and literacy. We provide these and other services without charge, or at very low cost.

To continue to provide these services and programs, thousands of individuals offer their support each year. Together, we make the world we want to live in. Together, anything is possible.


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

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

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

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

 

What You’ll Do

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

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

 

Where You Will Teach

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

 

What We Offer:



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




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




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




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




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



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




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



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

Who We Are

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

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

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

 


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

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

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

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

 

What You’ll Do

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

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

 

Where You Will Teach

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

 

What We Offer:



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




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




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




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




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



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




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



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

Who We Are

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

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

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

 


See full job description

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

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

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

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

 

What You’ll Do

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

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

 

Where You Will Teach

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

 

What We Offer:



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




  • Intensive corps member training and classroom preparation.




  • Accelerated professional development and leadership opportunities.




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




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




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



Minimum Requirements



  • Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher




  • Bachelor’s degree or higher




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



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

Who We Are

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

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

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

 


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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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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 a Teacher you will\:

 


  • Implement 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 and communicate with parents, with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children.  

  • Support your center’s success; partner 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 learning happens.

  • Outstanding customer service skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task and manage multiple situations effectively

  • Must possess active Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential and meet NAEYC candidacy requirements (or willing to obtain)

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain

  • 1+ year Early Childhood Education Experience (preferred)

  • 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® 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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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


Montessori Community School is looking for Assistant Teachers for the 2020-21 school year! We are a school community serving children from 3 months to 6 years old. We are a recognized AMI Montessori school and provide the highest quality education for our little ones. We are looking for amazing, reliable, positive, nurturing, and warm teachers, who are excited to join a supportive and dedicated community and plan to be with us for a long time.


Positions start during summer (May/June/July/August) and applicants must be able to commit for at least the whole school year (although longer is desired). Positions are full time and vary in hours, pay, and responsibilities. Pay is also determined by experience and ece unit completion ($15-$20). ECE units are preferred and required for some positions. Montessori experience is a plus. Must complete background clearance and Health Screening. We offer guaranteed yearly pay increase, paid time off, paid birthday off, 401k plans, professional development and more!


 


Company Description

We are a school providing the highest quality AMI Montessori education for children 6 weeks through kindergarten.


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Special Education RSP Teacher Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child's life! Special Education Resource Teacher needed for ASAP start date!Gonzalez, CAMiddle SchoolMild/Moderate certification is requiredFull Time / 7 Hours daily / 35 hours weeklyWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication to our mission of making a difference in a child's life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO® Pediatrics is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company. The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student's current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice. Responsibilities Consult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students' educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEPs Qualifications Must hold a current license to practice in the state of CaliforniaHave successful experience working with culturally diverse familiesAssumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional development Internal ID: 2019-29945PandoLogic. Category: Education, Keywords: Special Education Teacher


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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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Overseas English Teacher – South Korea

Schools in GEC partner school network in South Korea are now hiring U.S. citizens as English teachers. South Korea is one of the most popular and attractive destinations for International teachers. Whether you like living in a vibrant modern city or are keen on rural towns with fascinating view and peaceful environment, you will love this country. Teaching English in South Korea will give you all the benefits a TEFL teacher would ever ask for. A good salary, free flight ticket, free housing, health insurance, and the opportunity to enrich the lives of students who are eager to learn from you. If English is your native language, you don't need to have teaching experience to qualify!

Salary and Benefits

GEC partner schools in South Korea offer great benefits including flight allowance, housing allowance, medical and accident insurance and bonus payments. Depending on the experience and location, GEC teachers may expect to have a generous salary which has nearly three times the local purchasing power that it would have in the U.S. Living costs are far lower than the USA. Your income will be a lot more than enough to live very comfortably and even to save some money in South Korea.



  • Airfare reimbursement

  • Rent-free furnished apartment

  • 2.0 – 2.7 million Won salary per month based on location and qualification

  • Health and travel insurance

  • 20-25 teaching hours each week

  • 26 working days paid vacation per year


  • Support Services



  • Detailed information and guidance about working, teaching and living in South Korea.

  • Customized support to identify the best matching location, school and contract.

  • Placement at a reputable GEC partner school in South Korea with direct contract.

  • Personal support by GEC program manager with detailed guides and reminder messages for each step of the application.

  • Pre-departure support, including an online pre-departure orientation

  • Airport pickup on arrival, free accommodation for the first evening, and transportation to your assignment upon arrival

  • Support and advice from GEC representatives in South Korea


  • Who is GEC?

    A designated sponsor of the U.S. Cultural Exchange Programs, GEC is also proud to be one of the official partner organizations for EPIK program of Korean Ministry of Education, which allows GEC teachers to teach at public schools in South Korea. All EPIK teachers are employed by the Korean government.

    Highlights



  • Take part in a highly secure program, with all GEC EPIK teachers employed by the Korean government.

  • Land a teaching placement in a public elementary, middle, or high school where the main focus is education.

  • Enjoy a range of benefits, including a rent-free furnished apartment and airfare reimbursement.

  • Have plenty of time for travel and exploration, with paid vacation.

  • Guarantee lifetime job placement assistance in South Korea, China, or Thailand.


  • Requirements



  • Passport holder from USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, South Africa or New Zealand

  • Speak English at an idiomatic level

  • A bachelor's degree in any field

  • Age between 22-50 at the time of application

  • Ability to live abroad for at least one year

  • Clear background check


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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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    Job Description


     


    Children 1st is a co-parenting program for children ages 5-18 and their parents who are going through divorce/separation.


     


    The Children 1st Lead Teacher will provide year round support of 28 hours per week to support the Children 1st program. This position may include some evenings and weekends. The Children 1st Lead Teacher will be under the general direction of Harmony At Home’s Program Director, Sarah Behm, and will provide leadership, coordination, and staff support of the Children 1st Program.


     


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:



    • Set up, teach, and  facilitate a series of Children 1st classes and support groups in Greenfield to fulfill a county grant requiring that we serve 200 individuals from January to December of 2020.


    • Maintain client records and data specific to grant requirements.


    • Responsible for contacting clients who have expressed an interest in the program, schedule their classes, and ensure payment has been received. For clients attending the Children 1st class in Salinas or Carmel, they will also need to be instructed to watch the Split film prior to attending their first class. Clients must be contacted within 48 hours after they have expressed interest in the Children 1st program.


    • Responsible for conducting a minimum of 6 Community Outreach efforts/events per year, which may include visiting and presenting to family law attorneys and judges, presenting at school sites, and/or attending community events.


    • Attend meetings with school, district, community, and grant partners as needed.


    • Maintain adequate program supplies available at both Salinas and Carmel Offices



    • Submit monthly program reports on the 5th of every month to Sarah Behm, Program Director. Reports include



      • Children 1st student information for prospective, current, and closed students (phone, payment status, classes scheduled/attended, notes, etc.)


      • Number of total classes taught per month.


      • Number of classes taught per Children 1st teacher.


      • Demographic forms (for PEI-MHSA reporting) and Quarterly Report 




    • Maintain completed client paper file records in the Salinas Office.


    • Responsible for organizing, preparing and conducting staff training and coaching throughout the year. 


    • In collaboration with the Program Director, will recruit,  train, and supervise new teaching staff.


    • Assist with the review of client program evaluations and program improvements.


    • Serve as point of contact and resource expert for Children 1st Program.


    • Additional activities and responsibilities as directed by Harmony At Home’s Program Director, Sarah Behm.




     


    Compensation:



    • This job consists of 28 hours per week, year-round starting at $23 per hour.


    • Wage subject to increase after initial 3-month period.


    • Mileage reimbursement between sites in accordance to our Mileage Policy.



     


    Benefits:



    • Health and Dental Insurance


    • Vacation accrual


    • Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities



     


    Qualifications and Requirements:



    • Must be currently enrolled or have already graduated from a Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, or a related mental health field.


    • Must have over 3 years of experience working with family, parent, and/or youth services.


    • Must possess strong public speaking and group facilitation skills.


    • Must be highly organized, able to maintain client data trackers and files, detail-oriented and flexible.


    • Must have over 2 years of group facilitation and/or presentation experience. 


    • Must be bilingual and biliterate in Spanish and English.


    • Must be proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, and email platforms.


    • Travel is required throughout Monterey County, therefore the candidate must have a valid California driver’s license, reliable transportation, and liability insurance.



     


    Employment Standards:


     



    • Physical Demands/Work Environment:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  The employee regularly is required to stand, walk, and sit; use hands and fingers, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; stoop, kneel.  Balancing, climbing, and crawling are not required.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds.  Assistance is required above this amount.


    • Special Requirements:  Must be able to meet and receive Fingerprinting/Background check and TB test clearance, as required by the school district to work with children in a school setting.  Must be physically able to assist clients and/or staff in the evacuation of program facilities in emergency situations. 



     


    Company Description

    Harmony At Home's mission is: To end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.


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