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We're excited to welcome students back onto campus - in small groups and following strict health & safety protocols!

We're looking for responsible, reliable candidates to monitor a group of up to 14 students and support their learning (provided via teachers on Zoom). Monday to Friday, during school hours.

Apply HERE!


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Do you love working with children and being active in nature? Would you like to learn more about local plants and animals, tracking, foraging, and primitive skills? Vilda nature programs is hiring for assistant instructors. Work alongside talented naturalists to help kids explore, enjoy and learn about nature as well as gain outdoor skills. For more information on our programs, check out www.vildanature.org

 

CURRENT OPENINGS:

 M-Th 12:45-5:15pm in San Anselmo/ San Rafael, assisting an instructor with a "pod" or 8-12 children ages 6-10.

 

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

Previous experience working with children or significant experience in naturalist knowledge and wilderness skills

A strong interest in working with children outdoors

Good physical condition, able to hike, run, keep up with energetic kids for 4-6 hours/day

A strong interest and commitment to expanding naturalist and wilderness skills

Responsible, timely and with good follow through

Able to respond to emails or texts within a few days

Enjoy working with a team of people

OPTIONAL BUT AWESOME:

Some training in the Jon Young 8 Shields lineage, Tom Brown kids programs or other similar

Currently based in the North Bay with intentions to stay in the area

Some lifeguard experience and kayaking skills 

Current first aid and CPR

To apply send current resume and cover letter and fill out the on-line application form at www.vildanature.org/employment-application

 


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Would you like to inspire the inner-city youth of San Francisco to make lifelong positive choices? We at BAYAC AmeriCorps are looking for passionate individuals to join the team at Seven Tepees Youth Program as an Assistant College and Career Program Coordinator. Seven Tepees Youth Program is a nonprofit, community based organization that provides comprehensive services to inner-city youth, ages 11-17. Through the programs they offer their youth, they hope to supplement their lives with the building blocks that will help them create positive successful futures for themselves, including social competency skills, academic skills, healthy self-esteem, role modeling, and exposure to new options and possibilities. Their mission is to work with urban youth entrusted to their care to foster the skills they need to make lifelong positive choices, and to create their own opportunities for success.  

 

BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. As part of AmeriCorps, BAYAC Members commit to a full-time (40 hours/week) term of service in the Bay Area's most high-need communities, working to provide youth with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development. This is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education. We are hiring folks to serve as after-school educators, classroom aides, academic coaches & mentors, tutors, health educators, case managers, and enrichment activities coordinators. 

Position duties may include:


  • Assist the College and Career Program Manager to implement their College and Career support on site at their partner high school, June Jordan high school.

  • Help facilitate high school college and career advising curriculum to high school students

  • Facilitate after school college and career advising workshops for students and parents

  • Support students/youth in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life

  • Provide homework and academic support for program participants at school sites

  • Provide case management, referrals, and independent living skills for clients at community based sites

  • Plan and facilitate youth focused lesson plans and activities

  • Promote a safe and positive learning environment

  • Actively supervise and ensure student/youth safety at all times

  • Model positive attitudes, behaviors, and language

  • Communicate regularly with the site coordinator and regional supervisor

  • Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures

  • Attend and participate in weekly training and cohort meetings

Gain experience and skills:


  • Work full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities

  • Work within the education and nonprofit sectors

  • Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation

  • Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members

  • Build confidence in public speaking

  • Acquire concrete workplace skills

  • Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support

  • Promote meaningful community partnerships

  • Become part of a large alumni network

Benefits include:


  • $1,700 monthly living stipend

  • $4,336.50 (1200-hour member) education award upon completion of term

  • Health care benefits

  • Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans

  • Childcare assistance (if eligible)

Qualifications:


  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States

  • At least 17 years old

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) and commit to a 8-month term of service

  • Successful completion of TB test and Live Scan/fingerprinting (upon hire)

  • Prefer to have 48 college credits completed

  • Prefer bilingual in Spanish/English, not required

To Apply: Go to and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Apply as we are currently filling positions for our current 2020-2021 cohort. 

Timeline: Service cohorts begin November 2020 and serve until June 2021 for 1200-hour members.


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Do you love working with young children and would like to make a positive influence in their lives? We at BAYAC AmeriCorps are currently looking for new members to join our team as Lead Teachers at the Learning Hub at Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center to support their Early Childhood Education Program (ECE) Pre-TK and TK (transitional kindergarten) programming. This is an in-person service position and will be working with mostly 3-5 year olds. The Infant/Toddler/Preschool Teacher works under the supervision of the Head Teacher and in collaboration with other teachers to design, implement and evaluate and culturally and developmentally appropriate program for children ages 3 months to 5 years. Apply online at today to join our team! 

 

BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. As part of AmeriCorps, BAYAC Members commit to a full-time (40 hours/week) term of service in the Bay Area's most high-need communities, working to provide youth with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development. This is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education. We are hiring folks to serve as after-school educators, classroom aides, academic coaches & mentors, tutors, health educators, case managers, and enrichment activities coordinators. 

Position duties may include:


  • Build and maintain positive relationships with children

  • Establish predictable, consistent care-giving routines, implementing family style at each meal

  • Nurture social-emotional growth and socialization (Teaching Pyramid Training desired)

  • Interacts with children in a warm and positive manner and is able to develop their trust and rapport

  • Foster cognitive development, language development, and communication with children on daily basis

  • Provide individualized and small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs and interests of each child

  • Provide educational activities for children across the general areas of gross and fine motor, imitation, social responsiveness, exploration, self-help, competence, and language, emotional and perceptual cognitive development using daily/weekly activity plans or individual program plans

  • Prepare daily learning areas that meet the standards of ITERS, CLASS and Project Approach

  • Develops and provides inclusive, developmentally and culturally appropriate activities

  • Design the display for children’s work and rotate displays on a regular basis

  • Build and maintain positive relationships with families, children and coworkers

  • Serve as the primary contact person for parents on matters relating to their child’s development and progress in the preschool

  • Observe and conduct children’s observation through DRDP’s/Portfolios and discuss with staff and parents

  • Record meal count at each serving point; 3 times per day

  • Develop, maintain, and review a daily system of classroom communication to staff and parents to ensure clarity and consistency

  • Lead the classroom teacher assistant, floater and volunteers in creating a warm, nurturing, and respectful atmosphere for the children to be encouraged to learn and grow

  • Create, support and promote a team environment by encouraging and facilitating problem solving 

  • Works with classroom staff to set goals and implement methods for improving classroom functioning

  • Prepare a safe indoor and outdoor environment

  • Attend and participate in weekly training and cohort meetings

Gain experience and skills:


  • Work full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities

  • Work within the education and nonprofit sectors

  • Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation

  • Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members

  • Build confidence in public speaking

  • Acquire concrete workplace skills

  • Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support

  • Promote meaningful community partnerships

  • Become part of a large alumni network

Benefits include:


  • $1,700 monthly living stipend

  • $4,336.50 education award upon completion of term

  • Health care benefits

  • Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans

  • Childcare assistance (if eligible)

Qualifications:


  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States

  • At least 17 years old

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) and commit to a 8-month term of service

  • Successful completion of TB test and Live Scan/fingerprinting (upon hire)

  • Prefer bilingual in Spanish/English, not required

  • Associate Teacher or Teacher Permit 

  • AA degree in ECE, a minimum of 2-3 years of full-time experience in a classroom setting

To Apply: Go to and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Apply as we are currently filling positions for our current 2020-2021 cohort. 

Timeline: Service cohorts begin November 2020 and serve until June 2021 for 1200-hour members.


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 Do you love teaching? Are you great at math? Then become a Mathnasium Math Instructor!Mathnasium, the Math Learning Center, is now hiring for our Alameda location; and we are seeking Elementary, Middle School, & High School Instructors!We teach in a way that makes sense to students in 2nd through 12th grade. Join us for the opportunity to make a REAL difference in a child’s life by helping to develop a love for math! We offer part-time jobs with flexible scheduling and ongoing training opportunities. Advancement into management positions is available for top performers.Required Qualifications :


  • Available at least 2 days per week

  • Experience and love of working with elementary and/or middle school-aged kids

  • Excellent communication, patience, and mulit-tasking skills

  • Ability to professionally interact with students and parents

  • Energetic and confident personality

  • For Elementary Instructors: basic Elementary math skills

  • For Middle School Instructors: basic Middle school math skills

  • For High School Instructors: solid math skills through Geometry and Algebra I/II

Preferred Qualifications :


  • Previous teaching experience or other experience working with students

  • Organizational skills to tract student progress

  • Ability to learn our software for running the business

  • Sales and customer service experience

  • Leadership and management skills

  • Solid math skills through Geometry and Algebra II

In regards to COVID-19, we will be following county and health official guidelines in-center during the operating hours noted below. 


  • Mon - Thurs: 3pm to 7pm

  • Fri: 3pm to 6pm

  • Sat: 10am to 2pm

High school juniors and seniors, college students, and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Reply with a resume and cover letter. In your cover letter, include details about your math competency, experience teaching or working with students, and availability. Job Type: Part-time Salary: $15.00 to $18.00/hour 


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www.townschool.com

Position Description

Town School for Boys, a K-8 Independent Day School located in San Francisco, is seeking applicants for the Extended Day Program Teacher position for the 2020 - 2021 school year starting immediately. 

To apply for this position, please submit your application through (https://town-school-for-boys.hiringthing.com/job/216305/extended-day-program-teacher). Please click on the link or copy and paste the link into your web browser. 

The Extended Day Program Teacher will assist in the administration and supervision of the Extended Day Programs in accordance with school policies and program guidelines. The ideal candidate has the flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands, an openness to feedback, and a desire to grow professionally. 

This position is part time Monday - Thursday 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Friday 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm, competitive pay.

Program Description

The Extended Day Programs (EDP) is a safe, fun, and inclusive play space after school for our K-8th grade students. A blend of structured and self-directed activities allow students to interact with peers within their cohort, socioeconomic backgrounds, and culture. A heavy focus is placed on developing the social-emotional skills in our students while supporting their character development, both valuable characteristics for the 21st century.

Students are encouraged to be creative and innovative during self-directed play while providing the opportunity to engage in structured play if desired. Structured activities include but are not limited to sporting games, arts and crafts, cooking projects, engineering projects, and science experiments led by EDP Teachers. The Extended Day Program strives to support the school day program in fostering a love of learning by exposing students to many areas of study.  

Duties and Responsibilities Include

Administrative Support


  • Document and enter medical incidents in the school’s health portal and medical log

  • Attend team trainings and meetings as required, occasionally take notes to contribute to the team meeting notes log

  • Sign-in/out students for assigned cohort through our web based childcare software management system

Program Implementation


  • Implement remote learning extended day program curriculum designed by the Program Director and Associate Director 

  • Implement in-person extended day program curriculum designed by the Program Director and Associate Director 

  • Implement innovative approaches to instruction and care (including COVID-19 cleaning protocols) as directed by the Program Director

  • Execute and provide feedback to logistical plan for in-person program operations in compliance with SFDPH (San Francisco Department of Public Health) guidelines in response to COVID-19

  • Maintain the classroom bulletin boards/walls and display student artwork/projects for cohort

Student Supervision and Engagement


  • Responsible for student tracking for your assigned cohorts

  • Provide student supervision for your selected cohorts at all times and support EDP Team members as needed

  • Actively engage with students during in-person program hours, such as assist students with homework help, supervise play time, lead enrichment activities, and support individual student creative projects 

  • Actively engage with students during remote learning program through age-appropriate conversations, lead engaging enrichment activities, and support emotional needs of students 

  • Communicate and follow-up with parents/guardians about EDP student behavior and injuries, keeping the Program Director apprised of incidents and issues

  • Intervene to assist students with conflict resolution during times of strife between students

Desired Qualifications and Skills Include:

Requirements


  • Must be eligible to work in the United States, be able to pass a criminal background check, and provide a TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire completed by a licensed health care provider

  • 1-year of experience working with school-aged children

  • Actively pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or a similar field preferred

  • Enjoys working with and has knowledge of basic needs and characteristics of students K-8

  • Capable of working independently as well as collaboratively on a high-functioning team

  • Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately, capable of analyzing situations carefully and adopting an effective course of action

  • Must be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.


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SFUSD Pathway to Teaching is an accelerated, accessible, and inclusive teacher credentialing program. We are dedicated to meeting the need for impactful teachers and increasing the number of teachers of color in San Francisco. We aim to prepare inspiring educators who reflect our community to transform teacher and student learning. 

Who we Want

We are looking for recent college graduates and accomplished professionals who possess the skills and deep content knowledge to teach critical subjects where great teachers are often in short supply. For the 2021-22 school year, we are recruiting teachers who are interested in teaching in Multiple Subjects, Special Education, or Bilingual Spanish classrooms.

Qualifications and eligibility for SFUSD Pathway to Teaching: 


  • Must have a bachelor's degree conferred by June 2021 from a institution

  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. 

  • Must be able to pass fingerprints/background check

  • Must meet all testing requirements prior to the start of summer training in June 

Application LINK: https://sfpathwaytoteaching.TeacherTrack2.org/r/e639c82d-3e04-4981-ba6c-ac5b01043a1c

Learn more about the program:

Upcoming Webinar: October 28, 2020 @5pm

Webinar Register LINK:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4211767661466783501 


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We have one part-time and one full-time Pre-Calc & Calc tutoring position available (12-18 hrs/wk; 18-24 hrs/wk). These positions require availability on some combination of shifts M-Th 3:30-10pm and Sun 10am-9pm. *As we navigate COVID-19, we are also scheduling students as early as 12pm on weekdays, as well as on Saturdays. 

Position Description

If you love working with students as much as you love studying math, we want to meet you! At BATC, we believe a tutor's academic expertise is just as important as his or her ability to effectively convey the subject matter to students of all levels and backgrounds. We are seeking personable, focused and enthusiastic individuals to tutor Pre-Calc & Calc at our center in San Ramon. *COVID-19 - at this time, all of our tutoring programs are offered exclusively online and we are not conducting in-person sessions. We anticipate this for another month or so, then we may transition into part online, part in-person tutoring. Eventually, we will resume our normal operations and return to in-person tutoring at our center. Some initial training may take place in our center in San Ramon. 

Working at BATC


  • Pay is $27/hr

  • We offer set shifts; your hours are guaranteed whether or not we are able to schedule students in them. *COVID-19 - instead of set shifts at the center, we are scheduling students for remote, online tutoring and therefore training and shifts may be different. 

  • Paid training, prep time and staff meetings

  • Transportation options available to those commuting from the Berkeley/Oakland area to San Ramon

  • Tutors who work 24+ hrs/wk are eligible for "full-time" benefits, including company subsidized health insurance

Qualifications

Math tutors must have a thorough understanding of and ability to teach Pre-Calculus & Calculus (BONUS #1 - thorough understanding of and ability to teach all lower level math, BONUS #2 - experience with standardized test prep). Tutors must be able to take initiative and work independently. At the same time, we expect tutors to collaborate with each other in order to develop and/or expand curricula. Prior tutoring experience is preferred and a bachelor's degree (or ongoing study towards a degree) is required. All candidates will be given an assessment test in their subject prior to interviewing.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter (including availability), resume and unofficial transcripts. All documents are required and incomplete applications will not be considered. 

We are only hiring tutors who are able to commit to working with us at least through the 2020-2021 school year (June 2021). 


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We have one part-time and one full-time Alg & Geo tutoring position available (12-18 hrs/wk; 18-24 hrs/wk). These positions require availability on some combination of shifts M-Th 3:30-10pm and Sun 10am-9pm. *As we navigate COVID-19, we are also scheduling students as early as 12pm on weekdays, as well as on Saturdays. 

Position Description

If you love working with students as much as you love studying math, we want to meet you! At BATC, we believe a tutor's academic expertise is just as important as his or her ability to effectively convey the subject matter to students of all levels and backgrounds. We are seeking personable, focused and enthusiastic individuals to tutor Alg & Geo at our center in San Ramon. *COVID-19 - at this time, all of our tutoring programs are offered exclusively online and we are not conducting in-person sessions. We anticipate this for another month or so, then we may transition into part online, part in-person tutoring. Eventually, we will resume our normal operations and return to in-person tutoring at our center. Some initial training may take place in our center in San Ramon. 

Working at BATC


  • Pay is $27/hr

  • We offer set shifts; your hours are guaranteed whether or not we are able to schedule students in them. *COVID-19 - instead of set shifts at the center, we are scheduling students for remote, online tutoring and therefore training and shifts may be different. 

  • Paid training, prep time and staff meetings

  • Transportation options available to those commuting from the Berkeley/Oakland area to San Ramon

  • Tutors who work 24+ hrs/wk are eligible for "full-time" benefits, including company subsidized health insurance

Qualifications

Math tutors must have a thorough understanding of and ability to teach Algebra & Geometry. Tutors must be able to take initiative and work independently. At the same time, we expect tutors to collaborate with each other in order to develop and/or expand curricula. Prior tutoring experience is preferred and a bachelor's degree (or ongoing study towards a degree) is required. All candidates will be given an assessment test in their subject prior to interviewing.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter (including availability), resume and unofficial transcripts. All documents are required and incomplete applications will not be considered. We are only hiring tutors who are able to commit to working with us at least through the 2020-2021 school year (June 2021). 


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BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. As part of AmeriCorps, BAYAC Members commit to a full-time (40 hours/week) term of service in the Bay Area's most high-need communities, working to provide youth with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development. This is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education. We are hiring folks to serve as after-school educators, classroom aides, academic coaches & mentors, tutors, health educators, case managers, and enrichment activities coordinators. 

In San Francisco we are partnering with organizations and schools such as Seven Tepees Youth Programs, A Home Away from Homelessness, Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, City of Dreams, and Our Kids First Educational Program. 

We are also partnering with organizations and schools in the East Bay such as Beyond Emancipation and San Pedro Elementary School. 

Position duties may include:


  • Support students/youth in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life

  • Provide homework and academic support for program participants at school sites

  • Provide case management, referrals, and independent living skills for clients at community based sites

  • Plan and facilitate youth focused lesson plans and activities

  • Promote a safe and positive learning environment

  • Actively supervise and ensure student/youth safety at all times

  • Model positive attitudes, behaviors, and language

  • Communicate regularly with the site coordinator and regional supervisor

  • Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures

  • Attend and participate in weekly training and cohort meetings

Gain experience and skills:


  • Work full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities

  • Work within the education and nonprofit sectors

  • Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation

  • Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members

  • Build confidence in public speaking

  • Acquire concrete workplace skills

  • Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support

  • Promote meaningful community partnerships

  • Become part of a large alumni network

Benefits include:


  • $1,700 monthly living stipend

  • $4,336.50 (1200-hour member) education award upon completion of term

  • Health care benefits

  • Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans

  • Childcare assistance (if eligible)

Qualifications:


  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States

  • At least 17 years old

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) and commit to a 8-month term of service

  • Successful completion of TB test and Live Scan/fingerprinting (upon hire)

  • Prefer to have 48 college credits completed

  • Prefer bilingual in Spanish/English, not required

To Apply: Go to and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Apply as we are currently filling positions for our current 2020-2021 cohort. 

Timeline: Service cohorts begin November 2020 and serve until June 2021 for 1200-hour members.


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Would you love to have a position that will inspire the youth of the San Francisco Bay Area, while also developing skills and knowledge to start a career in the nonprofit sector or field of education? We at BAYAC AmeriCorps are looking for passionate individuals to join our team as Learning Pod Leaders at organizations such as Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center’s Beacon @ Francisco Middle School, City of Dreams and Our Kids First. The Learning Pod Leaders will provide in-person services and will work directly with youth at their Community Hubs by supporting distance learning, homework support, and after-school extracurricular activities with youth K-8th grade. 

 

BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. As part of AmeriCorps, BAYAC Members commit to a full-time (40 hours/week) term of service in the Bay Area's most high-need communities, working to provide youth with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development. This is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education. We are hiring folks to serve as after-school educators, classroom aides, academic coaches & mentors, tutors, health educators, case managers, and enrichment activities coordinators. 

Position duties may include:


  • Monitor status of youth’s health checks 

  • Work 1:1 with students to complete school work throughout the day and communicate with teachers as needed

  • Maintain quality of services and safety by enforcing mask wearing, social distancing and keeping youth on task

  • Support students/youth in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life

  • Provide homework and academic support for program participants at school sites

  • Provide case management, referrals, and independent living skills for clients at community based sites

  • Plan and facilitate youth focused lesson plans and activities

  • Promote a safe and positive learning environment

  • Actively supervise and ensure student/youth safety at all times

  • Model positive attitudes, behaviors, and language

  • Communicate regularly with the site coordinator and regional supervisor

  • Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures

  • Attend and participate in weekly training and cohort meetings

Gain experience and skills:


  • Work full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities

  • Work within the education and nonprofit sectors

  • Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation

  • Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members

  • Build confidence in public speaking

  • Acquire concrete workplace skills

  • Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support

  • Promote meaningful community partnerships

  • Become part of a large alumni network

Benefits include:


  • $1,700 monthly living stipend

  • $4,336.50 (1200-hour member) education award upon completion of term

  • Health care benefits

  • Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans

  • Childcare assistance (if eligible)

Qualifications:


  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States

  • At least 17 years old

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) and commit to a 8-month term of service

  • Successful completion of TB test and Live Scan/fingerprinting (upon hire)

  • Prefer to have 48 college credits completed

  • Prefer bilingual in Spanish/Mandarin/Arabic and English, not required

  • Prefer some experience working with youth

To Apply: Go to and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Apply as we are currently filling positions for our current 2020-2021 cohort. 

Timeline: Service cohorts begin November 2020 and serve until June 2021 for 1200-hour members.


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During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that students receive the support they need to be successful in their schooling. We at BAYAC AmeriCorps are looking for passionate and committed individuals to join our team as Learning Hubs Program Instructors at San Pedro Elementary School in San Rafael. The Learning Hubs strive to provide safe and engaging opportunities to young people where they can access their distance learning classes in a nurturing and academic-oriented environment. Students will learn to be productive, build positive adult and peer relationships, and will participate in meaningful academic and enrichment activities while practicing socio-emotional skills. Learning Hubs will be offered in person at specific school sites following the State and County Health Department guidelines. 

 

BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. As part of AmeriCorps, BAYAC Members commit to a full-time (40 hours/week) term of service in the Bay Area's most high-need communities, working to provide youth with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development. This is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education. We are hiring folks to serve as after-school educators, classroom aides, academic coaches & mentors, tutors, health educators, case managers, and enrichment activities coordinators. 

Position duties may include:


  • Offer in-person support for students participating in distance learning by making sure students understand and complete assignments

  • Lead and plan engaging, relevant and age-appropriate academic enrichment lessons for program participants

  • Give and clearly explain instructions for the assignments given online or in-person

  • Ensure that all school space and equipment is left clean, sanitized and organized after each activity

  • Support students/youth in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life

  • Provide homework and academic support for program participants at school sites

  • Provide case management, referrals, and independent living skills for clients at community based sites

  • Plan and facilitate youth focused lesson plans and activities

  • Promote a safe and positive learning environment

  • Actively supervise and ensure student/youth safety at all times

  • Model positive attitudes, behaviors, and language

  • Communicate regularly with the site coordinator and regional supervisor

  • Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures

  • Attend and participate in weekly training and cohort meetings

Gain experience and skills:


  • Work full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities

  • Work within the education and nonprofit sectors

  • Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation

  • Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members

  • Build confidence in public speaking

  • Acquire concrete workplace skills

  • Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support

  • Promote meaningful community partnerships

  • Become part of a large alumni network

Benefits include:


  • $1,700 monthly living stipend

  • $4,336.50 (1200-hour member) education award upon completion of term

  • Health care benefits

  • Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans

  • Childcare assistance (if eligible)

Qualifications:


  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States

  • At least 17 years old

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) and commit to a 8-month term of service

  • Successful completion of TB test and Live Scan/fingerprinting (upon hire)

  • Prefer to have 48 college credits completed

  • Prefer bilingual in Spanish/English, not required

To Apply: Go to and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Apply as we are currently filling positions for our current 2020-2021 cohort. 

Timeline: Service cohorts begin November 2020 and serve until June 2021 for 1200-hour members.


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Have you considered a career in teaching science, math, engineering or technology (STEM)? EnCorps STEM Teachers Program transitions accomplished career-changers to teaching middle and high school in California’s high need schools through a 1-2 year Fellowship. We are actively seeking our next cohort of aspiring middle and high school teachers who have previous industry experience. As an EnCorps STEM Teaching Fellow, you will have the opportunity to use your leadership and industry experience to inspire the next generation by working as a full-time salaried teacher in an EnCorps partner school.

Racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps persist in our schools today. There is a 26% or greater gap in math achievement between white students and students of color. We believe in the power of STEM to offer opportunities to students who need it most. You can change this by becoming a STEM teacher.

EnCorps STEM Teachers Program’s vision is to realize a day where all students, regardless of socioeconomic status, are inspired and prepared to pursue their dreams. STEM Teaching Fellows transition to teaching careers within 1-3 years with the support of EnCorps training, guest teaching field experience, credentialing guidance, EnCorps cohort and the EnCorps network of schools. When you become an EnCorps Fellow, you are committing to providing access to quality education within low income schools, supporting students who need your mentorship the most.

The EnCorps team will provide guidance as you begin the process to become a credentialed teacher. Additionally, the broad network of fellows provides first hand experience from people who, like you, transitioned into a teaching career.

Fellowship details:


  • Fellows earn their credential from a university partner over the course of 4-14 months

  • EnCorps will place you in a local partner school for 1 semester where you will spend 2-5 hours per week as a volunteer Guest Teacher

  • Fellows train online/on-demand and at 3 in-person cohort events each year by participating in enhanced skills preparation workshops

  • Fellows receive extensive support and mentoring from the EnCorps staff, their cohort, and EnCorps’ network of schools

  • With the help of EnCorps, you will develop your unique timeline to become a credentialed, paid teacher, in as little as 9 months, or 3 years depending on your personal goals.

*Find out more about the timeline and teaching credentials at

Minimum requirements:


  • Have a bachelor's degree 

  • Have at least 1 year of hands-on STEM industry work experience or have an advanced degree in a STEM field*

  • Financial plan to pursue your credential and participate in unpaid Guest Teaching Training for one semester

For more specific eligibility and FAQ’s, please see

*Looking for backgrounds in: Accounting, finance, banking, mathematics, statistics, data analyst, computer programmer, IT, coding, product manager, engineering (civil, mechanical, ALL), healthcare, scientific research, biotech, lab work, etc.

Want to empower students and inspire the next generation of STEM leaders? Join EnCorps today!

Winter application deadline: November, 13 2020. Apply today at: See EnCorps through the eyes of a fellow:  


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If you love teaching math, there is a place for you at Mathnasium of Pleasant Hill.  

As an instructor make a difference in a child’s life.  

Our Center Location is Open.  We need someone work In-Center and online.  

Mathnasium is a math-only learning center that offers both math help and enrichment to students in grades 2-12.  Each student in our program receives a customized learning plan based on our proprietary teaching material. We offer part-time jobs in the Pleasant Hill area with flexible scheduling and ongoing training opportunities.

Required Qualifications:

* Exceptional math skills through Algebra I and Geometry


* Excellent communication and multi-tasking skills


* Ability to professionally interact with students and parents


* Energetic and confident personality


Preferred Qualifications:

* Ability to teach students in upper level high school math courses


* Previous teaching experience or other experience working with students


Learning center environment is supportive and encouraging.  Applicants should love teaching and be able to motivate students to success.

Hours may vary, but include mid-afternoon through early evening hours, Monday to Thursday, and Sunday early-afternoon, approximately 8-16 hours per week (flexible).

OUR STORY

We help kids in grades K-12 understand math by teaching the way that makes sense to them. Our specially trained math instructors will teach your child how to understand math in an individual setting – our unique approach enables us to effectively explain math concepts and lend a helping hand to every student. Our tutors foster a caring, encouraging environment that helps kids thrive and learn!


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Mathnasium is a "math-only" learning center. We are in 1000 locations and more than million parents have reached out to us. These positions are open at our Daly City-Pacifica location. Our team is made up of outstanding individuals with excellent math skills as instructors tutoring students in grades K-8. Hours and Days you choose to work are flexible.

BENEFITS OF WORKING AT MATHNASIUM:


  • Training: We offer training in the proprietary Mathnasium Method.

  • Students: You will work with a variety of students at different grade levels belonging to local community.

  • Choice of working in Mathnasium Center or through online

  • Aggressive bonus plan

JOB REQUIREMENTS:


  • High motivation, commitment, and enthusiasm.

  • Classroom and/or one-on-one mathematics teaching experience a strong plus.

  • Desire to work through the school year a plus.

  • Online class experience as a tutor or a student is a plus.

Excellent Opportunity For:


  • College graduates taking a year before graduate school

  • Retired teachers

  • College students

  • Exceptional high school students


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Do you love hanging out with kids, being creative, and encouraging positive relationships? Can you set clear limits with confidence and maybe a bit of humor? 

Is it exciting rather than intimidating to log one kid on zoom, help another with a word problem, and then quickly call a parent about a schedule conflict you just discovered for their child....all within 10 minutes.

If so, please consider joining us.  Onstage - Kids 'N Dance 'N Theater Arts has had a thriving after school program, Homebase, for almost 10 years. Due to Covid, we have created a Distance Learning Daycare program for families committed to having their children in Distance Learning through to winter break. We assist students while on zoom, reteach concepts as needed, support homework completion and provide a safe, fun nurturing social environment during free time.

Hours Morning and/or afternoons. 8:30-5:30 window of time

Duties and Responsibilities:• Actively supervise independent play time of children ages 5-8.• Supervise distance learning zoom classes, homework completion, direct weekly craft projects, supervise play outside and in our gym room assuring that in all activities children are safe and happy• Actively facilitate small groups of children in games of their choosing• Setting up activities• Cleaning up daily including: sanitizing tables, sweeping floors, disposing of trash• Maintain communication with parents, other staff members and the program director

Certifications and other requirements:• Will discuss at the time of application

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS The health and safety of our staff and clients are our priority. Our protocols to reduce the risk of contracting Covid exceeds the Alameda County Health & Safety Guidelines.


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Position Overview

The Middle School Program Leader is a dynamic staff person who is able work directly with middle school age girls to spark academic achievement, motivation, confidence, persistence, and leadership. The Middle School Program Leader will work under the middle school All STARS (Sports, Technology, Academics, Responsibility and Sisterhood) team. The Program Leader is responsible for delivering a 3-5 day per week, after school program for girls attending school in Oakland for the 2020-21 school year. Girls Inc. of Alameda County’s All STARS program focuses on the following areas: community involvement and social justice; technology; health; leadership; sports and fitness; and academic achievement. A Girls Inc. Program Leader is professional, creative, flexible, fun, able to communicate with both girls and adults, and is passionate about working with middle school age girls.

Major Duties and Responsibilities


  • Meet with a group of 20 girls 3-5 days per week after school to implement the All STARS program during after school.

  •  Create a safe, respectful youth development-learning environment.

  • Plan and deliver age appropriate, informal learning curriculum in the areas of technology, sisterhood, leadership, sports, fitness, health, community involvement and social justice, and academic achievement.

  • Collaborate with other program staff to create weekly activity plans.

  • Provide daily homework assistance.

  • Facilitate independence, conflict resolution, and positive risk-taking in girls.

  • Participate in occasional evening or weekend events with participants and their families.

  • Work closely with Program Coordinator and school site staff to track participants’ progress.

  • Work as a team member with Coordinator, Manager, and other Program Leaders.

  • Communicate with families, teachers, school day staff and administration, volunteers and partners.

  • Participate in weekly staff development, supervision, consultations, training, and team meetings.

  • Supervise volunteers during the program.

  • Maintain organization of classroom and communal supplies and paperwork.

  • Effectively utilize prep time to prepare for activities and classroom observation.

  • Work occasional evenings and weekends for events with program participants and their families.

Qualifications


  • Commitment of at least the 2020-21 school year (August 2020 – May 2021)

  • Experience working with girls and families representing diverse cultures, ethnicities, abilities, gender identity and sexual orientation.

  • Group facilitation, behavioral management and conflict resolution skills gained in a working with adolescent youth.

  • Ability to motivate, excite, spark curiosity and self-discovery among young women toward advocacy and civic engagement

  • Ability work cross-culturally with co-workers, girls, partners, volunteers and interns

  • Ability to create and maintain a culturally responsive, trauma-informed and safe space

  • Collaborative, resourceful, self-motivating, creative, organized, and flexible.

  • Knowledge of MS Word, Publisher, Excel, Outlook, Access and/or other data base applications.

  • Ability to bend, lift, move up to 15 lbs.

  • Background clearance from the Department of Justice

  • Availability to work occasional evenings and weekends for events.

  • A valid California Driver’s License, access to a reliable vehicle and proof of automobile liability insurance with minimum policy requirements as established by Girls Inc.

  • Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.

 Benefits: Employer pays part of standard medical plan and provides vacation, sick, and holiday pay prorated to employees FTE.

Other Benefits: Dental, Voluntary Life, Vision, and Long-term disability available at the employee’s expense and the ability to participate in the 403(B) and Flexible Savings Account.

    Girls Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer 


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Position Overview

The Elementary Program Leader is a creative, flexible, fun, professional able to teach a diverse array of concepts, and able to communicate with both students and adults. Above all, this person has the enthusiasm and ability to learn how to deliver curriculum, spark curiosity, creativity and confidence in all students. The Elementary Program Leader is responsible for and delivering high quality academic and enrichment instruction for up to 20 students in gender-specific after-school classes for the 2020-21 school year.

Girls Inc. of Alameda County’s Elementary Program is an after school literacy and enrichment program that provides an hour of literacy instruction and homework support daily, with other hands-on enrichment activities. Program Leaders deliver a dynamic and structured after-school program for K-5th grade youth to build their skills and interest in literacy and their love of reading. Our program serves students in the following East Oakland and San Leandro school communities: Acorn Woodland, Allendale, Bridges, EnCompass Academy, Horace Mann, Think College Now/International Community School, and La Escuelita School.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

• Plan, modify and deliver daily literacy and enrichment lessons to meet program goals for up to 20 students.

• Create a safe, respectful youth development based learning environment.

• Review weekly lesson plans with the Program Site Coordinator prior to delivery.

• Deliver creative and engaging projects to enhance students’ learning.

• Deliver lesson plans that are culturally relevant for a diverse population of students.

• Implement lessons aligned with the Common Core State Standards, Youth Development and Trauma Informed practices.

• Organize classroom to facilitate independence, leadership and self-control in students.

• Participate in mandatory weekly staff development, consultation, training, and team meetings.

• Participate in quarterly evening or weekend events with participants and their families.

• Work closely with Program Site Coordinator and school staff to track participants’ progress.

• With support, use data to inform academic instruction, literacy activities and small group instruction.

• Support adult and teen volunteers.

• Work as a team member with Program Site Coordinator, Program Manager, and other Program Instructors.

• Communicate regularly with families, teachers, and volunteers.

• Maintain organization of classroom and communal supplies and paperwork.

• Effectively utilize prep time to prepare for activities and classroom observations.

• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

• A desire to support students in improving their skills and interest in literacy and academic enrichment subjects.

• Experience working and/or volunteering with elementary-age students.

• Experience with diverse families and communities.

• A desire to work in gender responsive programs

• Commitment of at least through the 2020-21 school year (August 2020 – May 2021).

• Effective verbal and written communication skills necessary to work with children, teachers and volunteers.

• Ability to spark curiosity, creativity, and confidence in students.

• Ability to manage up to 20 students in a safe, respectful environment.

• Open to gaining new knowledge and skills.

• Basic computer skills

• Ability to bend, lift, and move up to 20 lbs.

• Employment is contingent upon showing proof of 48 college units or passing the Instructors Aide test.

• Department of Justice clearance based on fingerprinting submission

• Proof of TB test within the last four years

• Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.

Benefits: Employer pays part of standard medical plan and provides vacation, sick, and holiday pay prorated to employees FTE.

Other Benefits: Dental, Voluntary Life, Vision, and Long-term disability available at the employee’s expense and the ability to participate in the 403(B) and Flexible Savings Account.

   Girls Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer


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Are you concerned about the educational future of the kids in our most vulnerable communities?

Are you a student, parent, or passionate individual looking for a job that allows you to get paid to do meaningful, social justice work?  

Join our team at Innovate Public Schools in fighting for quality education in the Bay Area!

The crisis in public education in the Bay Area is a growing problem.  

Here in San Francisco, one of the wealthiest cities in the country and the world, less than 50% of African American and Latino students are proficient in the core subjects of English and Math. These outcomes continue to leave generations of students far behind and access to future wealth and economic opportunities out of reach.

Innovate Public Schools is working to be a part of the solution by collaborating with families to develop a new, high quality, free public school focused on meeting the needs of the community.  We are hiring passionate individuals who are committed to being a part of a movement to change the outcomes for today’s youth. 

Join a team that is driven by the collective mission of championing quality education for all!

About Innovate Public Schools

Innovate Public Schools is a nonprofit organization focused on ensuring that all Bay Area students, including low-income students and students of color, receive an excellent education. We’re building a movement of families, educators, and business and elected leaders who together will make this vision a reality. We build the capacity of parents and educators to innovate and act together to create world-class public schools, and we publish easy-to-understand school quality data and research that highlights both problems and solutions.

Training

Training needed resources and canvassing tracking/data management tools will be provided.

Work Environment / Physical Demands


  • Based out of our San Francisco office.

-20-25 hours per week, maximum -- flexible depending on schedule.


  • $20/hour

The work environment characteristics and the physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while successfully performing 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 sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must also be able to walk and/or stand for long periods of time (up to 4-6 hours per day)

This position may require working varying hours including weekends, nights, and holidays.  It requires constant use of independent judgment, self-motivation, and the capability of doing all the above duties with minimal supervision.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills.

 

Qualifications


  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills in person and on phone

  • Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required

  • Ability to memorize a short script and adjust as needed to audience

  • Open to learning and feedback

  • Ability to meet a reasonable number of dials per night/ door knocks per shift, to be determined

  • Flexibility in work schedule and an ability to manage time independently

  • Basic computer and smartphone skills

  • Able to walk/stand for long periods of time (4-6 hrs/day)

  • Punctuality – shifts have pre-set start times

  • Positive attitude, detail-oriented, highly motivated and organized

  • Ability to work respectfully with people of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds

  • Passionate about the mission and core values of Innovate Public Schools

  • Have access to and use of a smartphone

 

Job Responsibilities


  • Engage with parents and community members about the quality of their local public schools and new public school options coming to their area within the San Francisco community by canvassing via:

Door-knocking in neighborhoods canvassing at grocery store stabbing and approaching people to start conversations at public locations engaging community members at events, and signature gathering


  • Invite parents to attend local informational meetings during door-to-door work and in follow up phone calls

  • Identify potential parent leaders who are interested in organizing as volunteers with Innovate to improve their local schools and advocate for more high-quality school options

  • Potential non-partisan electoral outreach

  • Build relationships with small-business owners, community-based organizations, and other stakeholders in order to reach more parents

  • Identify potential locations for canvassing

  • Collect and manage data, review for accuracy, and complete daily and weekly reporting on field activities

  • Support logistics at parent meetings and events

  • Report weekly to and coordinate with the assigned manager.

Innovate Public Schools leverages a three-pronged approach to improving local schools:


  • We provide parents in high-need communities leadership training and coaching so they can effectively advocate for better schools and sustain community efforts over the long-term.

  • We publish easy-to-understand school quality data and research to inform the public about which schools are excelling and which are failing and to highlight the most effective solutions.

  • We work with educators from both school districts and charter schools to start excellent new public schools and redesign chronically low-performing schools through our Start-up Schools Fellowship.

  • To learn more, visit:

 

Application Procedure

Please submit your resume and a cover letter here (https://jobs.lever.co/innovateschools/7c602ff0-32ab-42f2-9f57-9153986072cf?lever-origin=applied&lever-source%5B%5D=LocalWise) explaining your interest in the position and what you would bring to Innovate Public Schools along with your resume.

Application deadline: open until filled.


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