• Organizations A-C
  • Organizations D-L
  • Organizations M-R
  • Organizations S-Z

2U, Inc./ USC Rossier School of Education

SUMMARY

The USC Rossier School of Education strives to prepare educators who achieve positive learning outcomes across a range of settings. To better serve our students, we offer a number of our graduate programs in an online format. These innovative programs are designed and taught by the same renowned USC faculty members who teach on campus, and take advantage of a state-of-the-art online learning platform to blend live, face-to-face online classes, dynamic self-paced coursework and field-based experiences.

BENEFITS

The USC Rossier School of Education offers programs for teachers and educators who want to develop or improve their skills in order to promote positive change in today’s classrooms and organizations. Whether you are starting out in the field, an experienced teacher or an organizational leader looking to drive systemic change, USC Rossier’s programs can prepare you to create positive learning outcomes.

Website: http://rossieronline.usc.edu/

Email: rossier.admit@usc.edu

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National, California

ACE: A Community for Education

SUMMARY

ACE places highly trained AmeriCorps tutors in low-income elementary schools in Austin and Houston, Texas, to ensure K-2nd grade children advance to grade level in reading before third grade. AmeriCorps Early Literacy Tutors with ACE: • Commit to serve for 10 months from September through June • Provide daily 1-on-1 tutoring to 10 kindergarten to second grade students • Teach and learn using a research-based curriculum • Participate in community service projects with local non-profits

BENEFITS

Serving as an AmeriCorps member with ACE is a great opportunity to: • Gain valuable tutoring experience working with young students in an elementary school • Teach reading through a Response-to-Intervention model • Receive ongoing training and support from an ACE literacy coach • Pursue alternative teaching certification through ACE's partnership with Region 13 • Tutor in Spanish and advance your language skills • Network with other non-profit organizations in Austin through after-school partnerships • Work within a small team of AmeriCorps members and become part of the national service community

Website: http://www.aceaustin.org

Email: ace.info@austin.utexas.edu

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Texas

Achievement First

SUMMARY

Achievement First is a growing network of non-profit, college-preparatory, K to 12 urban public charter schools in Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island. Our schools are focused on providing scholars with the academic and character skills they need to graduate from top colleges and to serve as the next generation of leaders in our communities.

BENEFITS

Teachers participate in the Achievement First Teacher Career Pathway, a systematic, coordinated approach to recognizing and developing great teachers as they progress through five career stages. We strive to recruit a talented and diverse team of educators, and we believe our students are best served by a team that represents the global community for which our students are being prepared. Due to our expansion, we are looking for teachers, school leaders, and network support teammates to join us.

Website: http://www.achievementfirst.org/

Email: recruitment@teacherfirst.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island

Aclipse

SUMMARY

Aclipse helps college seniors and recent graduates find the best jobs teaching English in Asia (South Korea, China, Thailand, and Vietnam).

BENEFITS

As a teacher at one of Aclipse's client schools, you gain valuable teaching experience, professional development, and coaching, as well as the opportunity to have the adventure of a life time! Our candidates live and teach in South Korea, China, Thailand, and/or Vietnam where they learn a new language, experience a new culture, make friends from around the world and help provide kids with a skill that makes a long-term difference in their education and professional opportunities.

Website: http://www.aclipse.net

Email: esljobs@aclipse.net

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: INTL

 

Adventure Teaching

SUMMARY

Think of Adventure Teaching as your partner as you set your sights on teaching abroad and making an impact in the global community. Everyone on the AT team has taught English in Asia, so we understand both the challenges and the thrills of living overseas. From finding your dream job to helping you get settled upon arrival, we are with you every step of the way.

BENEFITS

In a few short months you could be teaching English, traveling the world, chipping away at your student loans, and gaining valuable experience for your resume. You could be trying new food, meeting new people, and having the adventure of a lifetime. All you need is a bachelor’s degree—in anything—and a passport. You don’t need any prior teaching experience, and you don’t need a background in education. You'll earn up to $2,100+ USD/month, your accommodation is included, and you'll have your airfare taken care of. Our service is 100% free and jobs are available year-round. Start your adventure today!

Website: http://www.adventureteaching.com

Email: apply@adventureteaching.com

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: INTL

African-American Teaching Fellows of Charlottesville-Albemarle

SUMMARY

A Virginia-based nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing a greater diversity to the teaching force in the Charlottesville and Albemarle school districts, the AATF program recruits, develops, and supports qualified African-American candidates seeking a teaching career who will commit to teach in the Charlottesville or Albemarle County public schools.

BENEFITS

AATF Fellows are provided financial support for tuition, books and fees, academic advising, mentoring, and Professional Development seminars.

Website: http://www.aateachingfellows.org/index.php

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Virginia

Alliant International University – Intern Teaching Program – Early Completion Option – Los Angeles

SUMMARY

Alliant's Intern Teaching - Early Completion Option (ECO) allows you to earn your K-12 California Preliminary Teaching Credential in as few as nine months. The ECO program is an abbreviated version of the Intern Teaching - Standard path that requires students to secure a salaried teacher-of-record position at an Alliant-approved K-12 school during the program.

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Email: admissions@alliant.edu

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: California

American Camp Association

SUMMARY

The American Camp Association (ACA) works to preserve, promote, and enhance the camp experience for children and adults. ACA-Accredited® camp programs ensure that children are provided with a diversity of educational and developmentally challenging learning opportunities. There are over 2,400 ACA-accredited camps that meet up to 290 health-and-safety standards.

BENEFITS

ACA has the youth development and camp resources to help you on your path; Access online and in-person education on topics like child and youth development, risk management, and current research; Network with other youth professionals; Track your progress and earn continuing education credits for each learning opportunity. First-time members can join today for free and take advantage of discounts in ACA’s Professional Development Center and more. Visit www.ACAcamps.org/membership/free and enter code TFA-2014 at checkout.

Website: http://www.ACAcamps.org

Email: npierson@ACAcamps.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

AmeriCorps NCCC

SUMMARY

A full time team-based residential program for men and women age 18-24, AmeriCorps*NCCC strengthens communities and develops leaders through direct, team-based national and community service.

BENEFITS

As an AmeriCorps member, you’ll gain new skills and experiences—and you’ll also find the tremendous satisfaction that comes from helping others. In addition, full-time members who complete their service earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans; members who serve part-time receive a partial Award. Some AmeriCorps members may also receive a modest living allowance during their term of service.

Website: http://www.americorps.gov/about/programs...

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

AmeriCorps VISTA

SUMMARY

AmeriCorps VISTA is a national service program designed specifically to fight poverty. AmeriCorps VISTA is a full-time, one-year commitment open to US citizens or lawful permanent residents age 18 and older.

BENEFITS

As a VISTA, you’ll gain memorable experiences, highly developed skills and a sense of belonging to a community. In return for a year of full-time service, you’ll also receive other benefits as well: - A Segal AmeriCorps Education Award or post-service stipend - Modest living allowance - Healthcare benefits while in service - Childcare assistance while in service - Student loan forbearance or deferment while in service - One year of noncompetitive status for a federal government job - Access to the network of VISTA & VISTA alumni (170,000 strong)

Website: http://www.americorps.gov/about/program...

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Arizona State University

SUMMARY

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is setting a new standard for teaching, discovery and innovation by providing a variety of masters, PhD and EdD options in person and online for prospective students that are consistently ranked among the top 30 programs nationally by U.S. News and World Report.

BENEFITS

A student at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College will be able to blend teacher and leader preparation in a variety of degree options depending on what path they seek. These could include certification, research, service and applied experiences.

Website: http://education.asu.edu/

Email: gradeducation@asu.edu

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Arkansas Teacher Corps

SUMMARY

The Arkansas Teacher Corps (ATC) is a service organization aimed at addressing teacher shortages and increasing student achievement in the state of Arkansas by providing an accelerated path to teaching for high-performing and talented individuals.

BENEFITS

ATC fellows will receive the following benefits: A full-time paid position with benefits when hired by an ATC partner district; $5,000 stipend for each completed year of the program; a standard five-year teaching license upon completion of the program and certification requirements; opportunities to participate in other programs and activities, such as seeking a graduate degree, loan forgiveness, tuition reimbursement, and more; an unforgettable experience helping students in Arkansas reach their full potential.

Website: http://www.arkansasteachercorps.org

Email: info@arkansasteachercorps.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Arkansas

Aspire Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

Aspire Teacher Residency (ATR) is an intensive and supportive teacher training program that recruits and trains talented individuals of all ages and backgrounds to become highly-effective teachers. Similar to the medical residency model, ATR prepares teachers by pairing theory and practice through master's level coursework and classroom practicum. The goal is to provide Teacher Residents with the theory and give them the opportunity to apply it in practice with the support of a successful Mentor Teacher.

BENEFITS

As an Aspire Teacher Resident, you'll have the opportunity to co-teach alongside a highly-effective Mentor Teacher for an entire school year while earning your teaching credential and MA in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of the Pacific at a discounted tuition rate. Residents also receive a $13,500 stipend for the first year, plus full benefits and tuition reimbursement opportunities. Residents who successfully complete the first year receive priority hiring for a full-time, paid teaching position at Aspire.

Website: http://www.aspirepublicschools.org

Email: atr@aspirepublicschools.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: California, Tennessee

Association Montessori International/USA

SUMMARY

Provides teacher training to accredit and prepare individuals as Montessori teachers through summer and year-long training opportunities.

Website: http://www.montessori-ami.org/

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

AUSL Chicago Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

AUSL is a nonprofit school management organization that works with Chicago Public Schools to improve student achievement in Chicago’s chronically underperforming schools. AUSL recognizes that specially trained teachers have the largest impact on student success and has designed the Chicago Teacher Residency to be a pipeline of teacher talent into AUSL’s growing network of 29 Chicago Public Schools. The residency program is a 12-month, full-time, paid training program that combines intensive urban teacher training with Master's degree coursework to give residents the tools they need to empower their students to pursue their dreams. Following the training year, Residents receive a job placement opportunity as a Chicago Public School teacher working in an AUSL-managed elementary or high school. Accepting applications until May 1, 2014.

BENEFITS

As a Chicago Teacher Resident, train for a year with an experienced mentor teacher in a Chicago Public School classroom. Earn a master’s degree with subsidized tuition rates (financial aid is also available). Earn a $30,000 salary ($40,000 for mathematics) and medical insurance benefits. Following the training year, teach in an AUSL-managed Chicago Public School.

Website: http://auslchicago.org/residency

Email: admissions@auslchicago.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Illinois

AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps

SUMMARY

Applications are officially open for AVODAH,a prestigious one-year program combining work for justice, leadership development, Jewish learning, and community building. Learn more about AVODAH and how to spend the next year fighting poverty in one of our four cities around the country! Start your application at www.avodah.net/apply.

BENEFITS

AVODAH provides furnished, low cost housing for all Corps members and are paid a monthly allowance, receive health insurance, travel subsidy and may be eligible for the Americorps Education Award of over $5,000 for repayment of students loans or future education.

Website: http://avodah.net/

Email: info@avodah.net

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Blue Engine

SUMMARY

Throughout twelve months of service, Blue Engine Teaching Assistants (BETAs) work in school-based teams, collaborating with school staff to help entire grade levels make dramatic gains in academic achievement. During the 2013-2014 academic year, BETAs will support students enrolled in high school Math and English Language Arts courses. An intensive four-week training program in August prepares BETAs to review content, learn how to set ambitious goals, invest students in their own success, and conduct measurably effective small group instruction that is both flexible and responsive to student learning. During the school year, BETAs work with small groups of students (4-6) and collaborate with teachers in the classroom and after school to customize instruction, increase academic rigor, and build empowering relationships with students at every academic level.

BENEFITS

- Stipend ($1,200 pre-tax per month for twelve months, $14,400 annually) - Basic health coverage (similar to Americorps healthcare) - Free unlimited monthly MTA passes - 4 weeks of training in New York City - Career development workshops and networking opportunities - Student loan forbearance/interest accrual payment (AmeriCorps application pending) - Segal AmeriCorps Education Award ($5,350 upon completion of service to pay education costs at qualified institutions or to pay back student loans. Some schools will also match the Education Award.) (AmeriCorps application pending)

Website: http://blueengine.org/

Email: admissions@blueengine.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: New York

Blueprint Schools Network

SUMMARY

A full-time year of service position tutoring math as part of tunraround efforts in some of our nations worst performing public schools. Several of our Fellowship positions are Americorps positions.

BENEFITS

In addition to gaining instructional skills and experience in urban schools, Fellows receive a $20,000-21,000 stipend for the school year. If they are in one of our Americorps positions, they will receive a $5,500 bonus towards their education once all of their service hours are complete

Website: http://www.blueprintschools.org

Email: recruiting@blueprintschools.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Colorado, Massachusetts, Missouri

Boettcher Teacher Program

SUMMARY

An innovative urban teacher residency program for individuals interested in earning a Colorado teaching license and master’s degree from Regis University in a full fellowship program.

BENEFITS

- A Master of Arts in Education from Regis University (Denver) at a discounted tuition rate - Colorado Teacher’s License (alternative licensure) from the Colorado Department of Education - An apprenticeship in a K-12 classroom, with the opportunity to learn from a highly-effective Mentor Teacher four days/week for an entire school year - Discounted tuition and a living stipend - A collaborative cohort of learners and a comprehensive five year program that integrates exceptional academic preparation and practical teaching experience - Priority hiring for teaching positions at partner schools for Residents who successfully complete the program

Website: http://www.boettcherteachers.org/

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Boston Scholar Athletes

SUMMARY

The Mission of Boston Scholar Athletes is to improve academic achievement through athletics. This focus is based on the proven link between athletic participation and positive academic performance. We strive to enhance the scholar-athlete experience, provide regular instruction to the coaching staff, and improve academic performance and personal growth. These collaborative efforts build skills, confidence, shape character, and enhance opportunities for success. Together we play to achieve!

BENEFITS

With the BSA, you will gain skills and experience working with BPS scholar athletes.

Website: http://bostonscholarathlete.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Massachusetts

Breakthrough Schools

SUMMARY

The Cleveland Urban Teacher Residency empowers those with a passion for urban teaching with the knowledge, experience and opportunity to change the world.

BENEFITS

Receive your Master’s Degree in Education in one year Be eligible for Ohio Teaching License Qualify for reduced tuition and Teach Grants Work hands-on, four days a week, alongside an experienced mentor teacher Choose from three Breakthrough models, Cleveland’s highest performing public charter schools Receive priority consideration as Breakthrough hires dozens of teachers each year Be part of founding faculty in the expansion of excellence in urban education Join the select network of other CUTR residents and alumni

Website: http://www.breakthroughschools.org/CUTR

Email: careers@breakthrough.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Part-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Ohio

Brooke Charter Schools

SUMMARY

Brooke employs a select teaching corps called Associate Teachers. This is an ideal position for graduates who have limited experience leading their own class, but who are looking for a rigorous and supported teaching position that provides opportunities to work intensely with students. Our goal is to provide sufficient experience, professional development, and mentorship to prepare our associate teachers to become lead teachers. After a selective hiring process, just 8% of total Associate applicants are hired each year, our Associate Teachers: are placed on grade-level teams for a year-long apprenticeship in great teaching, participate in targeted professional development and co-planning sessions, provide one-on-one tutoring; serve as scholar advisors; help with lesson planning and curriculum preparation; and ultimately lead their own classes and lessons.

BENEFITS

After a year of close mentorship, the majority of our Associate Teachers are ready to take on their own classroom as a full-time teacher.

Website: http://www.ebrooke.org/join-our-team/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Massachusetts

Center for Inspired Teaching

SUMMARY

Since it’s inception in 2009, the Inspired Teacher Certification Program has been rooted in the belief that teachers, as Instigators of Thought, can be changemakers in their classrooms, schools, and society as a whole. The Inspired Teacher Certification Program is an alternative route teacher certification program that prepares educators in multiple certification areas. Through a 24-month residency program, each Inspired Teaching Fellow is prepared for a successful and sustainable career as a teacher and changemaker in Washington, DC while earning a DC teaching license and a Master of Arts in Teaching.

BENEFITS

Inspired Teaching Fellows participate in one of the most intensive new teacher training programs in the nation, including a year-long teaching residency, integrated graduate coursework grounded in a research-based philosophy of teaching and learning; and intensive classroom support during both the years of the program. Fellows receive a living allowance in the residency year, and a full teaching salary in the fellowship year. Fellows in the residency have the option of enrolling as AmeriCorps members, and earn an additional Segal AmeriCorps Education Award. Additional benefits include: -Receive a DC teaching license in one of multiple certification areas. -Experience a residency year that seamlessly connects theory and practice by training in classrooms of lead teachers and learning professional best practices while immersed in the realities of day-to-day teaching responsibilities. -Earn a Master of Arts in Teaching from Trinity Washington University through a customized program of graduate coursework that prepares new teachers using current practices and research from the field. -Receive intensive classroom mentoring which provides constructive feedback, instructional coaching, and personal support. -Serve as a full-time AmeriCorps member, joining a national network of individuals committed to public service, and access benefits including a financial education award, childcare benefits and student loan deferment. -Join a network of educational changemakers, and influence the education landscape both inside and outside of the classroom. Work to transform education as a means to achieve social justice by hosting classroom visits, writing for blogs, and presenting at local and national conferences.

Website: http://www.certification.inspiredteaching.o...

Email: inspired2teach@inspiredteaching.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: District Of Columbia

Citizen Schools

SUMMARY

The National Teaching Fellowship is a two year AmeriCorps program for individuals, who are eager to participate in education reform. Members of the National Teaching Fellowship teach in the expanded day, grow in a professional role, and serve as community builders dedicated to closing the opportunity and achievement gaps.

BENEFITS

Teaching Fellows receive a monthly AmeriCorps stipend of $1,900/month, plus a generous benefit package including full healthcare coverage, a transportation allowance, three weeks’ annual vacation, and extensive training and professional development. Professional development includes training in instruction, classroom and nonprofit management skill development; one-on-one coaching and support; credentialing opportunities in select regions. Teaching Fellows also have access to benefits available to those in service with AmeriCorps, including the $5,500 Segal Education Award for each successfully completed year of service, loan forbearance, child care benefits, when applicable and a national support network of members and alumni.

Website: http://www.citizenschools.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Texas

City on a Hill Charter Public School

SUMMARY

The 2014-2015 CoaHCORPS will include over 40 full-time staff members working with 10-15 City on a Hill (CoaH) students each day. CoaHCORPS members deliver individualized instruction in both literacy and numeracy. The CORPS seeks to meet students at their entering achievement levels and advance them past grade level.

BENEFITS

As a CoaHCORPS members, you'll have the opportunity to give inner-city students the chance to thrive in education. You will be part of a CORPS of motivated young professionals who are looking to make a difference. CoaHCORPS is a paid year of service. City on a Hill offers a stipend (August - August commitment) as well as health and dental benefits.

Website: http://cityonahill.org

Email: tutors@cityonahill.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Massachusetts

City Year

SUMMARY

City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. At City Year’s 25 sites across the country, City Year is wholly focused on fighting the national dropout crisis. We have committed to leverage the talent, energy and idealism of corps members to serve as tutors, mentors and role models in schools to help students stay on track – and get back on track – to graduate.

BENEFITS

$5,550 Segal Education Award upon completion of service Over $3M in scholarships available from over 80 leading colleges and universities at the graduate and undergraduate level Leadership skills and practical experience Access to a nationwide network of over 18,000 City Year alumni working across all sectors Living stipend, Health insurance, Federal Student Loan Forbearance Uniform provided by Timberland and Aramark For more information on What You’ll Do, visit www.cityyear.org/virtualopenhouse

Website: http://www.cityyear.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

College Possible

SUMMARY

College Possible is a growing nonprofit dedicated to coaching low-income students to-and-through college, breaking the cycle of poverty and empowering our workforce. Our rigorously-tested model earns top-of-field results that have helped 98 percent of students served earn admission to college and supported nearly 80 percent through graduation. A 2011 Harvard study found that the program more than doubles a student's chance of enrolling in a four-year college. Our after-school services include (1) academic support through ACT/SAT test preparation; (2) college application assistance; (3) financial aid consulting; (4) guidance in the college transition; and (5) support toward college degree completion. As an AmeriCorps organization, College Possible is recruiting college graduates to serve for one year to help make a college degree and college success possible for low-income students. Located in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Milwaukee, Omaha, Portland, and Philadelphia.

BENEFITS

With positions ranging from working directly with students to writing grants to coordinating events, there are many opportunities offered. Not only do College Possible AmeriCorps members make a difference in their community, they gain valuable experience for their next job or graduate school endeavor. Compensation includes an AmeriCorps living allowance, health coverage and a $5,645 Segal AmeriCorps Education Award that can be used to repay student loans or future education expenses.

Website: http://www.CollegePossible.org

Email: AProgram@CollegePossible.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

College Summit

SUMMARY

An organization that increases college enrollment rates of students in low-income communities by partnering with school districts across the country. Each summer, College Summit runs four-day workshops (on local college campuses) for rising high school seniors, from our partner schools, on how to navigate the postsecondary process. At each workshop, 15-20 volunteers join forces to help impact and shape the lives of these amazing students.

Website: http://www.collegesummit.org/

Email: info@collegesummit.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Volunteer

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Commongood Careers

SUMMARY

Commongood Careers is a mission-driven search firm, committed to supporting the recruitment and hiring needs of innovative nonprofits. Our organization is based entirely upon responding to an unmet need for better access to talent across the social sector. We know that our clients are bringing innovative solutions to pressing social issues, but can only be successful with the best people on their team.

Website: http://commongoodcareers.org

Email: info@commongoodcareers.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Connecting Schools to the World

SUMMARY

Connecting Schools to the World is a holistic cultural exchange that places native English speaking, college graduates in schools around rural Argentina. Our mission is to broaden the minds of young people by exposing them to passionate and creative educators from around the world. CS Teachers strengthen intercultural relations and are valuable members of their schools and greater communities.

BENEFITS

The moderate Connecting fee helps provide for the following benefits: two weeks of intensive TESOL training and Spanish classes in Buenos Aires, bus transportation to placement, home stay, four hours a week of private Spanish classes and a monthly stipend for pocket money.

Website: http://www.connectingschools.com.ar/

Email: connectingschools@gmail.com

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

Coro Fellows Program

SUMMARY

The Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs is a full-time, nine month, graduate-level experiential leadership training program that prepares diverse, talented and committed individuals for effective and ethical leadership in the public affairs arena. Unconventional by traditional academic standards, the Fellows Program is rigorous and demanding, an unparalleled opportunity for personal and professional growth. The Fellows Program is offered in Los Angeles, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and St. Louis.

BENEFITS

Coro Fellows gain hands-on project experience, an understanding of complex public issues, leadership skills, and extensive growth in personal and professional networks.

Website: http://www.coro.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

 

 

Delaware Transitions to Teaching Partnership (DT3P)

SUMMARY

We are seeking highly-qualified individuals in math, science, English, technology/engineering, world languages, and special education who are interested in teaching in Delaware schools.

BENEFITS

We support candidates before employment through workshops to help prepare for teaching, job searching assistance, and field experiences. During the first year we provide 40 hours of coaching and additional workshops. We also provide scholarships for certification courses and reimbursement for Praxis Core and Praxis II certification tests.

Website: http://www.dt3p.udel.edu

Email: rgrey@udel.edu

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Delaware

Denver Math Fellows

SUMMARY

The Denver Math Fellows program is a district-wide urban education fellowship in Denver Public Schools. This program is the first large-scale tutorial program integrated into the school day to be implemented district-wide in Colorado schools. The Denver Math Fellows program seeks individuals interested in a year of service working with high need students across Denver. Being a fellow is an opportunity to be part of a unique and transformative initiative in the fastest-growing urban school district in the nation. Fellows provide small group mathematics instruction to students in groups of three-to-one or four-to-one for a minimum of 45 minutes each day, emphasizing depth rather than breadth in math studies. Fellows work with students during the school day in addition to a traditional math class. Students are served at over 50 elementary and secondary schools across DPS. Fellows are full-time employees of Denver Public Schools and are an integral part of the school team at each school site.

BENEFITS

Salary: $21,000 per year Benefits: Medical and dental options, potential $2,000 bonus

Website: http://www.denvermathfellows.com

Email: denver_fellows@dpsk12.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Denver Schools of Science and Technology

SUMMARY

The Denver Schools of Science and Technology (DSST) operates a network of tuition-free, open-enrollment STEM charter schools. All DSST Public schools are part of the Denver Public Schools (DPS) district and students are admitted through DPS’ SchoolChoice program. The student population across the DSST network is 70 percent minority and 60 percent low income. DSST currently serves approximately 2,300 students at seven schools on five campuses: Byers, Cole, College View, Green Valley Ranch and Stapleton. DSST has been approved to open seven additional schools by 2022. At full enrollment, DSST Public Schools will serve over 6,500 students, and will help double the number of four year college-ready DPS graduates. 2013 marked the sixth consecutive year the senior class has earned 100% acceptance to a four-year college. The continued success of the DSST network has gained local and national attention. DSST is proud to operate the #1 middle school and the #1 high school in DPS for three years in a row; DSST was also named a Top Workplace in 2013 by The Denver Post.

BENEFITS

DSST employees get to work with high caliber educators to change the lives of students on a daily basis. They receive a full-time salary and benefits as well.

Website: http://dsstpublicschools.org/

Certification: Required

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Denver Teach Today: Denver Public Schools

SUMMARY

Denver Teach Today prepares professionals to make an immediate impact in the classroom and community. Candidates participate in a streamlined one-year pathway to state licensure, access to district professional development, compensation and benefits package, community impact, and encourages you to support students’ learning by incorporating your own background and experience. DTT training is also practical – because this is an internal DPS program, what you learn in our program emulates what DPS teachers are actually doing in their classrooms. We staff the Denver Public School district’s highest-need content areas including, K-6 bilingual education, secondary mathematics and science and K-12 special education.

BENEFITS

As a teacher with Denver Teach Today, you will participate in a summer training which includes five to six weeks of professional development and teaching DPS students in a summer school setting. During this time you will receive direct coaching and support as you learn how to plan, manage your students, and effectively deliver instruction. The second part of the summer includes self-directed coursework connected to your teaching position as well as additional professional development while attending DPS New Educator Institute. You will receive a $1,500 stipend for completing the summer training in additional to obtaining an Alternative Teaching License through the Colorado Department of Education. DTT teachers secure teaching positions in DPS and receive a teacher's salary and district incentive pay their first year in the classroom. During the school year you will be assigned a program mentor who will observe your practice and coach you throughout the year. This person will also work closely with other district personnel such as Peer Observers and Teacher Effectiveness Coaches to ensure you are receiving the hands-on support you need to become an effective teacher. In addition to personalized coaching, all teachers in the program will participate in program professional development two to three times per month.

Website: http://www.denverteachtoday.org

Email: dtt@dpsk12.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Denver Teacher Residency - Denver Public Schools

SUMMARY

Denver Teacher Residency selects and prepares aspiring teachers through the nation’s first district-based teacher residency program. Residents are paired with mentor teachers in classrooms serving a variety of high needs, including elementary English Language Acquisition (English and Spanish), Special Education, secondary mathematics and secondary science. This unique approach to training teachers closely aligns with a concurrent master’s degree program through the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education and offers reimbursement for graduates of the residency who continue serving students of DPS for an additional four years.

BENEFITS

As a resident with Denver Teacher Residency, you receive preparation as an aspiring teaching in the nation's first district-based residency program. Residents serve as an apprentice on an Alternative Teaching License in DPS high-needs classroom with a mentor teacher. Residents learn the best instructional practices and teach on a gradual release model of responsibility, which supports a continuous improvement cycle of learning. All residents receive a stipend of $10,000 and support from a mentor teacher, on-site coordinator and resident cohort throughout the Residency year. Upon completion of the program and graduation from DU with their master's in Curriculum and Instruction, residents who secure teaching positions in a Title I school in DPS are eligible for tuition reimbursement for the cost of the graduate program.

Website: http://www.denverteacherresidency.org

Email: info@denverteacherresidency.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Direct Action and Research Training (DART) Center

SUMMARY

Community Organizers with DART unite diverse communities of faith to powerfully address systemic issues of inequality and poverty. Positions are selective, and intensive in-field training is provided to all new organizers. Located in Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina, and Virginia.

BENEFITS

Starting salary is $34,000, with benefits and regular performance-based raises.

Website: http://www.thedartcenter.org

Email: hannah@thedartcenter.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina, Virginia

DSST: Public Schools

SUMMARY

DSST Public Schools (DSST) is a network of 6-12th grade open-enrollment STEM charter schools and is part of the Denver Public Schools (DPS) system. This fall, DSST will serve approximately 2,700 students with seven schools on five campuses. DSST has been approved to open three additional schools on three campuses over the next five years. At full enrollment, DSST Public Schools will serve over 4,400 students, and will help to nearly double the number of four-year college-ready DPS graduates by 2020. 100% of DSST seniors have earned acceptance to four year college. DSST students have the 5th lowest remediation rate of all public and private schools in Colorado. The continued success of the DSST network has gained local and national attention, including recognition as one of three top finalists in the 2010 President’s Commencement Challenge, and a 2010 appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show when Oprah’s Angel Network awarded one million dollars to DSST as one of six top charter school networks nationally.

BENEFITS

DSST employees become part of the growing movement to change education in Denver so that wherever you grow up you can go to college and live up to your full potential. Our educators receive support in the forms of ongoing professional development, a coach who meets with them often and comes to their room to give them feedback on their teaching.

Website: http://dsstpublicschools.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

East Harlem Tutorial Program

SUMMARY

Accepting applications in Fall 2014

Website: http://www.ehtp.org/

Email: jlamontagne@ehtp.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: New York

Education Pioneers

SUMMARY

Education Pioneers mobilizes and prepares a national network of talented leaders and managers to accelerate excellence in education and transform our education system into one that equips all students with the skills they need to thrive in college, career, and life. Through the organization's Fellowship and Alumni programs, Education Pioneers increases the talent supply of top leaders in education to improve the leadership capacity in key education organizations—such as school districts, charter school organizations, and nonprofits—and to advance our goal to make education the best led and managed sector in the U.S. Located in the following locations: Austin, TX; Bridgeport, CT; Chicago, IL; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; DC Metro Area; Denver, CO; Greater Boston Area; Hartford, CT; Houston, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Memphis, TN; Nashville, TN; Newark, NJ; New Orleans, LA; New York City; San Francisco Bay Area; Trenton/Camden, NJ

BENEFITS

Education Pioneers offers paid, full-time fellowship opportunities to fellows accepted to the program. Yearlong Graduate School Fellows and Analyst Fellows also receive benefits from their individual employers.

Website: http://educationpioneers.org/

Email: recruiting@educationpioneers.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Ewing Marion Kauffman School

SUMMARY

The Ewing Marion Kauffman School (Kauffman School) is a three-school campus of mission-driven college preparatory schools in Kansas City, MO unrelentingly focused on student achievement. The school’s mission is summarized in three words: create college graduates. The school design is based on inspiring examples of charter schools throughout the country that are helping urban students achieve at high academic levels. The Kauffman School has a longer school day and a longer school year. Students receive two periods of math and three periods of reading instruction each day. The school has a talented and dedicated staff and an intentional set of structures and systems—all of which focus on student achievement.

BENEFITS

As the Kauffman School welcomes new students each year and grows to fill our new three-school campus in Kansas City, MO, we’re looking for outstanding teachers and leaders. If you share our vision to create college graduates and hold expectations for students to achieve at the highest levels, the Kauffman School may be the right fit for you.

Website: http://www.kauffmanschool.org/

Email: apply@kauffmanschool.org

Certification: Required

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Missouri

Excel Academy Charter Schools

SUMMARY

Excel Academy Charter Schools--a network of tuition-free, public charter middle schools serving East Boston, Chelsea, and the surrounding communities--was conceived to address the severe academic underperformance and low college matriculation rates of the student populations in these neighborhoods. We envisioned a free, public school alternative where all students would be held to the highest academic and behavioral expectations, and college would become a reality. The network's first school opened in fall 2003 and now serves 224 young scholars, grades 5 through 8. Excel Academy-Chelsea, the 2nd school in the network, opened in August 2011. Our third school, Excel Academy - Orient Heights, opened in August of 2012. Each school will serve 224 students in grades 5-8 when fully enrolled. Excel plans to open a high school in the fall of 2015.

Website: http://www.excelacademy.org

Email: jobs@excelacademy.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Massachusetts

Experience Institute

SUMMARY

A 12-month program, in Chicago, Illinois, is designed to give you hands on experience by pairing you with innovative companies within business, design, technology, and social innovation. Our mission is to establish experiences as a credible form of education and equip students with the tools necessary to transform our world.

BENEFITS

You will gain practical skills related to business development, design thinking, branding, community building, and organizational management. Network You will establish valuable relationships with industry leaders and peers. Development You will develop the creative confidence and the creative process to solve problems in any environment. Experience You will embark on transformative experiences that will shape the way you view the world, define how you can make it a better place, and provide the credibility to launch you into the next step of your career.

Website: http://www.expinstitute.com

Email: hello@expinstitute.com

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Fellowships

State: Illinois

Great Oaks Charter School

SUMMARY

The Great Oaks Tutor Corps Urban Education Fellowship is an exciting, one year residency that recruits the best and the brightest recent college graduates from across the country to work on the front lines of urban education. Fellows commit to providing daily individualized instruction to middle and high school students, while also taking on secondary responsibilities that help them gain valuable experience, including enrichment planning, coaching, and assisting with instruction, school culture, and operations. Tutor Corps members may apply to participate in the NYU Teacher Residency program, offered through the NYU Steinhardt School. Great Oaks - Newark is also a proud member of the AmeriCorps National Service Network. Corps members may apply to the AmeriCorps program, where in addition to working with the neediest students, they lead ongoing service projects with Great Oaks students. Located in Newark, NJ; New York, NY; Bridgeport, CT; and Wilmington, DE.

BENEFITS

The Tutor Corps is a great experience for college graduates interested in a career in education, social justice, policy, or those who want to spend a year giving back before they pursue medical, law, public policy, and other advanced degrees. In addition to helping the neediest kids, Tutor Corps members receive furnished housing, a living allowance, and health insurance. The Tutor Corps experience is both rewarding and life changing. It provides both the opportunity to change the trajectory of the lives of disadvantaged youth, and the opportunity to build an amazing career!

Website: http://www.greatoakscharter.org

Email: recruiting@greatoakscharter.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Volunteer, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

IDEA Public Schools

SUMMARY

IDEA Public Schools is a growing network of public charter schools in the Rio Grande Valley, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas. We believe in College for all children…no excuses! and have an 8 year track record of 100% of our graduates matriculating at the college or university of their choice. Located in Rio Grande Valley, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas

BENEFITS

IDEA teachers and teaching fellows (apprentice teachers in our elementary program) receive summer training and intense coaching and support throughout the year to enable their success with students. They receive full salary (starting at $43,100 for teachers and $23,640 for teaching fellows), health insurance, and TRS benefits (Texas's teacher retirement system).

Website: http://www.ideapublicschools.org

Email: teach@ideapublicschools.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Texas

Idealist

SUMMARY

Information on over 44,000 nonprofit and community service organizations in 165 countries, as well as a nonprofit career center and nonprofit career fairs.

Website: http://www.idealist.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type:

State: National

Independent Education

SUMMARY

Independent Education is an association of independent private schools educating 33,000 students from nursery school through high school in the greater Washington, D.C., region.

BENEFITS

Full time teaching and school leadership opportunities are available complete with mentoring and professional development programs.

Website: http://www.independenteducation.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Washington

Kaplan

SUMMARY

A provider of educational services that offers full and part-time career opportunities in teaching, coaching, and tutoring.

BENEFITS

Employees receive comprehensive benefits, including medical, 401k and and disability insurance.

Website: http://www.kaplan.com/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

KIPP

SUMMARY

The Knowledge Is Power Program is a network of public schools that serves students in under-resourced communities throughout the United States.

BENEFITS

A variety of full-time career opportunities in teaching and school leadership are available.

Website: http://www.kipp.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

KIPP Austin Public Schools

SUMMARY

KIPP Austin Public Schools is a K-12 charter school that empowers underserved students to strengthen the academic skills, intellectual habits, and character traits necessary to thrive in, and graduate from, four-year colleges and universities, giving them the freedom to shape their futures and positively affect their communities.

BENEFITS

KIPP Austin shows gratitude to our teachers in the following ways: -Your Benefits: Performance-based compensation/bonus structure, Comprehensive healthcare and benefits package (click on Human Resources to learn more), Substitute Teacher support A supportive and mission-driven community of educators, who believe that ALL students can learn -Your Development: Focused coaching and weekly check-ins, leadership and career opportunities, teacher Career Pathway, targeted professional development (content team days, study groups, data days), collaboration among excellent educators facilitated through school/region-wide professional development, KIPP Share, and content retreats facilitated by the KIPP Foundation

Website: http://www.kippaustin.org

Email: recruitment@kippaustin.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Texas

KIPP DC

SUMMARY

The Capital Teaching Residency (CTR) is a nationally recognized, highly selective teacher training program that provides a pathway for aspiring teachers to develop into outstanding educators prepared to serve in high-need schools in Washington, D.C. The mission of the Capital Teaching Residency (CTR) is to close the achievement gap by increasing the number of highly effective educators in the District of Columbia.

BENEFITS

Residents are placed in an excellent urban classroom working alongside a mentor teacher. During their residency year, CTRs learn the teaching profession through a gradual release model supported by the guidance of their mentor teacher, as well as the intensive coaching led by their school leaders. CTRs slowly increase their teaching responsibility during their residency year, enriching their pedagogical knowledge and teaching skills through ongoing, targeted professional development opportunities, as well as certification coursework. Throughout the year, Residents gradually move from observing their mentor to conducting small-group lessons until they are finally ready to take on a considerable amount of teaching responsibility. Responsibility is released to residents in conjunction with the content they are mastering in professional development coursework. In addition to Residents having the opportunity to attain their teaching credentials, they are also able to pursue a Master’s degree, if desired, during their second and third years. In addition to their coursework, Residents receive continual, targeted feedback from their mentors, who provide daily input regarding every aspect of their Resident’s teaching experience. School leaders serve as a coach, conducting formal observations in the Residents’ classrooms and completing evaluations of their teaching practice. Finally, CTR graduates receive formal and informal alumni support in the form of coaching and community-building events in order to help ensure their continued success in the classroom.

Website: http://www.kippdc.org/careers/ca...

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: District Of Columbia

KIPP Houston Public Schools

SUMMARY

KIPP Houston Public Schools is a public school system with 22 schools serving more than 10,000 students in low-income communities in Houston and Galveston.

BENEFITS

As a teacher with KIPP Houston Public Schools, you'll receive top-notch professional development at the school, regional, and national levels. You'll work alongside some of the best teachers in the business while honing your craft through PD and individualized coaching.

Website: http://www.kipphouston.org/careers

Email: jobs@kipphouston.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Texas

Los Angeles Urban Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

LAUTR is a 14-month intensive credential and master’s degree program that provides teacher residents with rigorous, practical coursework connected to the experience of observing and working with a Math or Science mentor teacher in reform-minded middle and high schools in LAUSD.

BENEFITS

An LAUTR resident will earn a preliminary single-subject credential in Math or Science, master's degree in Education, and valuable teaching experience, while being provided with a $15,000 living stipend, cohort with other beginning teachers, and side-by-side mentoring in an urban LAUSD classroom.

Website: http://www.lautr.org/

Email: losangelesutr@gmail.com

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: California

Mastery Charter Schools

SUMMARY

A Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization, Mastery Charter Schools is a turn-around organization operating a network of schools in the Philadelphia area.

BENEFITS

A variety of full-time paid positions are available in both school leadership and teaching.

Website: http://www.masterycharter.org/

Email: Recruitment@masterycharter.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Pennsylvania

Match Education

SUMMARY

Match Corps is a one year urban education fellowship for all those passionate about closing the achievement gap and urban education reform. Match Teacher Residency is a two year teacher prep program for those desiring to work in urban public charter schools for 3-4 years or more.

BENEFITS

During a year in our Match Corps you'll impact the lives of future first generation college students. You'll also receive a living stipend with the option of opting in our housing. Since Match Teacher Residents are also Match Corps their first year, they will have the same benefits as our Match Corps. Plus, all successful Match Teacher Residents will also have their Masters in Effective teaching at the end of their second year from our in house graduate school, Sposato Graduate School of Education.

Website: http://www.matcheducation.org

Email: recruiting@matcheducation.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Massachusetts

Memphis Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

We believe that urban education is the greatest civil rights and social justice issue in America today. In order to make a sustained and positive impact on Memphis’ urban schools, Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) recruits, trains, and supports teachers within a Christian context. Applicants are not required to have a degree in education. Residents earn a Masters in Urban Education during the one-year internship while completing coursework that provides a foundation for success. Following the one-year residency/training year, residents commit to teaching for three consecutive years within a Memphis high-need school.

BENEFITS

Memphis Teacher Residency is a partnership involving MTR, Union University, and local urban schools. Our residency program includes: -Masters in Urban Education (tuition and books provided) -Intensive classroom experiencew tihin Memphis' urban schools, under mentor supervision -State of Tennessee Educator License -Housing provided -$12,000 stipend for the residency year -Staffing and coaching support through the four-year program

Website: http://www.memphistr.org

Email: christy@memphistr.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Tennessee

Mercy College

SUMMARY

Mercy College’s award-winning PACT program earned considerable national recognition in the midst of an urgent drive to increase student success rates in college across the United States. Mercy College remains committed to changing how a college prepares its students for their careers and building a proven national model for student success. The PACT program is designed to improve student success academically, personally, and professionally in college and beyond. From pre-enrollment to graduation, students are paired with a professionally trained PACT mentor, who provides one-on-one engagement to guide students toward academic achievement, financial and work-life skills, leadership development, and a successful career trajectory. On average, PACT students persist in college at nearly 20% higher rates than their non-PACT peers since the inception of the model in 2009.

BENEFITS

Extensive training sessions, including a rigorous four-week training program at Mercy College at the start of the fellowship year, are designed to teach Mentors to be successful advocates and mentors. Regular professional development seminars are offered throughout the two-year commitment. Master’s program coursework relates back to and offers opportunities for reflection upon fellows’ daily experiences. The core competencies covered in summer and on-going training include: Language of Mentorship, Financial Aid 101, Academic Advising, Character Building, Developing Cultural and Situational Empathy, Conflict Resolution & Mediation, and Leadership Development.

Website: http://pactfellows.org

Email: work@PACTfellows.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: New York

Milton Hershey School

SUMMARY

A philanthropic boarding school that provides free education, room, and board for children from low-income communities.

BENEFITS

A variety of leadership and teaching positions available, with full-time salaries and benefits.

Website: http://www.mhs-pa.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Pennsylvania

Minnesota Math Corps

SUMMARY

Minnesota Math Corps is an AmeriCorps program that provides trained math tutors for students grades four through eight.

BENEFITS

- Education award of up to $5,550 - A living stipend - Professional development opportunities - Extensive training and support - Additional benefits, if eligible

Website: http://minnesotamathcorps.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Part-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Minnesota

Minnesota Reading Corps

SUMMARY

Minnesota Reading Corps is an AmeriCorps program that provides trained literacy tutors for children age three to grade three.

BENEFITS

- An education award of up to $5,550 - A living stipend - Professional development opportunities - Additional benefits, if eligible

Website: http://minnesotareadingcorps.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Part-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Minnesota

Mississippi Teaching Corps

SUMMARY

Mississippi Teacher Corps (MTC) is a two-year program that trains non-education majors to teach in high-poverty public schools in Mississippi.

BENEFITS

- Teacher training and certification. - Full scholarship for a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Mississippi. - Job placement that includes full pay ($32,000+) and benefits.

Website: http://mtc.olemiss.edu/

Email: jkcarmon@olemiss.edu

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Mississippi

Missouri College Advising Corps

SUMMARY

A college access program that places full-time, near-peer college advisers in partner high schools across Missouri where a high proportion of students are low-income, first-generation-college, and/or underrepresented and the college-going rate is lower than the statewide average. Many locations in Missouri (3 cities and 12 counties)

BENEFITS

As a college adviser, you will be an AmeriCorps member and will gain experiences in college planning, working with youth, making public presentations, advising students and families one-on-one, and planning and facilitating programs and activities.

Website: http://mcac.missouri.edu

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Missouri

myEDmatch

SUMMARY

myEDmatch is a job-matching site for educators that connects schools and teachers with shared missions, beliefs, and goals. Teachers and schools can build online profiles, get matched with high-fit counterparts, search for jobs and candidates, and communicate with their favorites, ultimately landing the right teacher in the right classroom.

BENEFITS

myEDmatch has made it radically easier to connect the right teacher to the right classroom. Teachers and schools build online profiles, get matched with high-fit counterparts based on a survey of their core beliefs about education, search for jobs and candidates that meet their needs, and communicate with their favorites, ultimately landing the right teacher in the right classroom. We help teachers develop a comprehensive digital resume and teaching portfolio, get matched with good-fit schools, find job opportunities that meet their personal and professional preferences, and save time and energy in the search for their first or next teaching job.

Website: http://www.myedmatch.com

Email: info@myEDmatch.com

Certification: Required

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

National Association of Independent Schools

SUMMARY

Job listings for member schools of this organization representing approximately 1,350 independent schools and associations in the United States and abroad.

Website: http://www.nais.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

National Education Foundation

SUMMARY

A national non-profit leader in bridging the academic, digital, and employment divides. The NEF has launched national programs to set up CyberLearning Academies in disadvantaged schools in the United States and US Virgin Islands with the goal of providing skills to disadvantaged students in math, science, technology, business, and test prep to close the academic and digital gaps by preparing students for college and the 21st century workforce.NEF is also the national nonprofit leader in providing tuition-free online training for unemployed and underemployed jobseekers. NEF’s goal is to provide online training to a million jobseekers during 2011-2012, on a first-come, first-served basis

Website: http://www.cyberlearning.org/

Email: info@nefuniversity.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

New Sector Alliance

SUMMARY

A social enterprise consulting firm with a dual mission of strengthening organizations today while developing leaders for tomorrow. By mobilizing top talent in partnership with the world’s leading management consulting firms and universities, New Sector helps clients address their most pressing challenges and opportunities. Summer and full-time opportunities available for undergraduates, young professionals, and MBAs.

BENEFITS

Compensation, health coverage and Americorps education awards are available at varying levels for both summer and full-time positions.

Website: http://www.newsector.org/

Email: jbender@newsector.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

New Visions-Hunter College Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

The Urban Teacher Residency and Math and Science Teacher Residency are programs for professionals at all stages of their careers (from recent college graduates to experienced professionals looking to change careers) and diverse backgrounds who are committed to improving student achievement by teaching in New York City public schools. Our teacher residency programs provide the tools necessary to become successful teachers by combining teaching experience and rigorous graduate study that is aligned with experiences in the classroom. Residents spend their first year of practice working full time as a member of the faculty in a NYC high-need school, alongside an experienced mentor teacher. Through intensive support from their mentors, New Visions program staff and Hunter faculty, residents reflect on their daily classroom practice and have the input of instructional experts to build a toolbox of teaching strategies.

BENEFITS

Successful completion of UTR and MASTER Teacher Residency programs earns you: New York City Initial Teaching Certification (grades 7-12), Master of Arts degree in adolescent education from Hunter College, Subsidized and deferred master’s degree tuition, Support in job placement within New Visions' network of 80 public schools, Ongoing career support and professional development

Website: http://www.nycutr.org

Email: nkotch@newvisions.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: New York

Noble Network of Charter Schools

SUMMARY

Starting as one school in 1999 on Chicago’s near west side, the Noble Network of Charter Schools (Noble) has grown to serve over 8,800 students from 70 different communities at 14 separate campuses in Chicago, Illinois. Recently ranked the #15 most transformational high school in the country by Newsweek, Noble sends over 90% of our seniors (84% of whom are first-generation college students) off to college every year. As Noble continues to grow in size and impact, we are always looking for “Noble-Quality” people to join our team and mission.

Website: http://www.noblenetwork.org

Email: careers@noblenetwork.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Illinois

Opportunity Knocks

SUMMARY

Search engine for nonprofit job listings nationwide. Offers a resource center that includes resume tips and interview advice.

Website: http://www.opportunityknocks.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

PACT Mentor Fellowship

SUMMARY

The PACT Mentor Fellowship provides exceptional, motivated college graduates with an opportunity to influence change in the context of higher education by working with freshman at Mercy College in the New York metropolitan area. Fellows make a two-year commitment to serve as a PACT Mentor and are invited to complete their Master’s degree in Business Administration, Counseling, Education or Organizational Leadership in conjunction with their work.

BENEFITS

PACT Mentor Fellows earn a competitive salary plus benefits such as health, dental, and vision insurance. While working in the PACT program at Mercy College, Mentors can earn a Master’s degree in Business Administration, Education, Counseling, or Organizational Leadership, tuition-free. Mentors will also have the option to serve as a Resident Director in one of Mercy College’s residence halls entitling them to housing in Dobbs Ferry.

Website: http://pactfellows.org/

Email: work@PACTfellows.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: New York

Partnership For Public Service

SUMMARY

The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize our federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works.

Website: http://ourpublicservice.org/OPS/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: District Of Columbia

Peace Corps

SUMMARY

Peace Corps is a 27 month, overseas, all expenses paid experience that will provide you with personal and professional growth. Peace Corps Volunteers serve in over 70 host countries around the world on issues ranging from AIDS awareness and English education to business and community development to information technology and environmental preservation. Hiring managers know that Returned Peace Corps Volunteers offer their organizations creativity, leadership, ethics, commitment and resourcefulness.

BENEFITS

As a Peace Corps Volunteer, you receive world class cross cultural and linguistic training, a living allowance, travel to and from your country of service, 48 paid vacation days, graduate school scholarships, an edge for federal employment, access to a vibrant alumni network, and many more benefits.

Website: http://www.peacecorps.gov/

Email: info@peacecorps.gov

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Volunteer, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Philadelphia Math and Science Coalition

SUMMARY

A partnership among businesses, universities, schools, and cultural organizations, the Coalition offers career opportunities for those interested in teaching math and science to 6th-12th grades in Philadelphia public schools, including teacher preparation and professional development programs.

BENEFITS

A variety of paid and volunteer positions are available among Coalition partners.

Website: ...

Email: dmckinney@philaedfund.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

The PTR is an intensive and supportive teacher training program that recruits and trains talented STEM individuals of all ages and backgrounds to become highly-effective teachers. Similar to the medical residency model, PTR prepares teachers by pairing theory and practice through master's level coursework and classroom practicum. The goal is to provide Teacher Residents with the theory and give them the opportunity to apply it in practice with the support of a Mentor Teacher.

BENEFITS

- A structured opportunity to change careers or begin a new one - One full academic year residency apprenticeship in a classroom with an experienced mentor teacher who is committed to helping you become an amazing teacher - A cohort model, which allows you and other residents to support one another through the residency year and beyond - Ongoing support post Residency year including individualized coaching, professional learning communities, curricular experts, and the collegiality of working with other PTR graduates - A Pennsylvania State Teacher’s Certification and a Master’s degree in Education from either Drexel University School of Education or the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, after completion of the program - Access to Federal Student Loans, as well as Federal Student Loan forgiveness for service in a high-needs school

Website: http://...

Email: plazrow@philaedfund.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Pennsylvania

Phoenix Charter Academy

SUMMARY

The Phoenix AmeriCorps Fellows Program is a one-year tutoring program offered at each Phoenix school. Fellows are paired with students to provide 1-on-1 or 2-on-1 tutoring in Math, English Language Arts, and Biology for 68-minute sessions. Fellows also offer push-in support in classrooms, increase the schools’ operational capacity, and lead student activities and athletics. As a Fellow, this year will be an entry point into the urban education movement, but more importantly, it will provide an invaluable opportunity to work with some of the most inspiring and talented teenagers in Massachusetts. You will form relationships with these students that will have the power to transform their perceptions of the world, of themselves, and of their futures. After their year of service, Fellows report back saying they feel equipped to tackle their own dreams. Fellows have gone on to attend medical or law school, teach in “No Excuses” schools, enroll in graduate school programs, work at non-profit organizations, and enter the private sector. Though Phoenix Fellow Alumni have pursued many career paths, many find it difficult to leave the Phoenix family. 37% have continued to work at Phoenix in a variety of capacities, from teaching to Student Support to Development. Located in Chelsea, Lawrence and Springfield, Massachusetts

BENEFITS

As a Fellow, this year will be an entry point into the urban education reform movement, but more importantly, it will provide an invaluable opportunity to transform scholars' perceptions of the world, of themselves, and of their futures. After their year of service, Fellows report feeling equipped to tackle their own career ambitions. Fellows have gone on to attend medical or law school, teach in “No Excuses” schools, enroll in graduate school programs, work at non-profit organizations, and enter the private sector. Over one third of alumni have continued to work at Phoenix in a variety of capacities; we like to grow our talent from within. Fellowship alumni include our College Services Director, our Recruitment Coordinator, our Operations Manager, as well as many teachers and student support team members. In addition to reaping the benefits of being an AmeriCorps Member, we also provide housing and a competitive living allowance.

Website: http://www.phoenixcharteracademy.org

Email: ccrowder@phoenixcharteracademy.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Massachusetts

Phoenix Collegiate Academy

SUMMARY

A growing K-12 network dedicated to putting students of poverty in South Phoenix on a fundamentally different life path by succeeding in college and becoming leaders in their community.

BENEFITS

Teachers at PCA receive a competitive salary and benefits package. Additionally what will make your experience here unique is being a part of a small school/family type experience, the chance to work with extremely mission aligned teammates, tremendously talented and supportive administrators and an accelerated professional development path.

Website: http://www.phxca.org

Email: dtwist@phxca.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Arizona

Project Inspire Teacher Residency

SUMMARY

Project Inspire is a math/science teacher residency whose mission is to develop mathematically and scientifically literate teachers and students who confidently reason and communicate using the habits that drive meaningful STEM learning. Inspire operates in Chattanooga, Tenn. in partnership with Hamilton County Schools, the Public Education Foundation, AmeriCorps, Tennessee Technological University, and Urban Teacher Residency United. The rigorous 15-month residency experience integrates graduate coursework with a full year of teaching alongside a highly effective mentor; all resident learning focuses on the students in the classrooms we serve. We're looking for math and science content experts who will advocate fiercely for all students and will commit to grow as innovative teacher-leaders within our community.

BENEFITS

Benefits of being a Project Inspire resident and graduate include a competitive stipend to cover living expenses during the residency year while training and studying to become a teacher, a Tennessee license for teaching secondary math/science in only one year, and an opportunity to earn a tuition-free master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Tennessee Tech. Upon successful completion of the residency, you will receive the AmeriCorps Segal Education Award (currently $5,550 toward current or future educational costs). You will also participate in innovative, school-based professional development that focuses on collaborative implementation of best practices in math/science teaching. You will receive one-on-one, on-the-job coaching for the first four years in your own classroom as a graduate of Project Inspire, learn from leaders at exceptional public schools and form lasting relationships as part of an ongoing network. Most importantly, you will lay the foundation for a successful teaching career while also being a part of positive change in the lives of your students and the community.

Website: http://www.projectinspiretn.org

Email: eharrell@projectinspiretn.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Tennessee

Prospect Hill Academy Charter School

SUMMARY

The Prospect Fellows Program is a dual teacher-training and student-intervention program that prepares aspiring educators to be effective teachers. Fellows complete their Fellowship in two years with a Masters degree in Education from Boston University and their teacher license.

BENEFITS

The Prospect Fellows Program is a dual teacher-training and student-intervention program that is ideal for aspiring teachers who want a fast-track, on-the-job pathway to teacher certification and an advanced degree. Prospect Fellows earn a salary of $18,000 in their first year, $21,000 in their second year, and receive intensive training and professional development, and have the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Teaching at Boston University

Website: http://www.prospecthillacademy.org

Email: cvoake@prospecthillacademy.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Massachusetts

Public Allies

SUMMARY

National program that advances the leadership skills of its members through full-time, paid apprenticeships in nonprofit organizations. Affiliated with AmeriCorps.

BENEFITS

If selected, you are placed with a local nonprofit organization and participate in a full-time, paid apprenticeship for 10 months. In addition you will attend regular skill-building and leadership development sessions with your cohort of Allies. You will use your new leadership skills to help strengthen your placement as well as connect to the leaders and organizations in your community to help address real issues. In addition, you’re eligible to receive a monthly stipend of $1,300 to $1,800, health care, child care, and student loan deferment, an education award of $5,550 after completing the program to pay back student loans or pay for future education.

Website: http://www.publicallies.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

Raise The Children International

SUMMARY

The Raise the Children Teacher-Fellow program is a full-time teaching and mentoring program based in Pretoria, South Africa. We partner with multiple schools in South Africa, providing them with quality teachers in exchange for scholarships so that we can send orphans to school.

BENEFITS

As a Raise the Children Teacher-Fellow you have the amazing opportunity to do life with South African orphans for a period of time that could forever change their lives. You will acquire teaching and mentoring skills and learn so much about perseverance, determination and hope from the students you work with everyday. As well, your room and board is covered and you receive health care coverage and access to an insured car.

Website: http://www.raisethechildren.org

Email: blairebenson@raisethechildren.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: INTL

Reading Partners

SUMMARY

Reading Partners is a nonprofit literacy organization that recruits and trains community volunteers to provide one-on-one reading tutoring to students in under-resourced schools across the country. Our highly-effective program has helped thousands of children master the fundamental reading skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. For more information, please visit www.readingpartners.org. AmeriCorps is an 11-month service commitment that meets a community’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Reading Partners partners with AmeriCorps to provide full-time service opportunities in our programs across the United States, supporting communities’ critical needs in education. Reading Partners AmeriCorps members dedicate 1700 hours of volunteer service per term in exchange for leadership and career development, and a living stipend provided by our AmeriCorps grant. AmeriCorps is an exciting opportunity for service-minded individuals who are passionate about education and the nonprofit sector. Regions in CA, WA, CO, TX, OK, SC, MD, NY, & DC

BENEFITS

As an AmeriCorps member with Reading Partners, you'll gain a wide variety of professional skills. The first four weeks of your service year includes a Reading Partners Program Orientation within your region. AmeriCorps members receive instruction on specific skills including literacy curriculum, community engagement, tutor training techniques, working with children, team-building, and community resource mapping. AmeriCorps members also learn about the unique culture of Reading Partners, the various neighborhoods of our partnering communities, and the types of service you will be performing. There will also be weekly coaching and bi-monthly member trainings throughout the year to enhance your service and improve your leadership skills. Upon successfully completing a service term, members will receive a Segal Education Award totaling $5,645. This Award can be used to pay for college, graduate school, or for qualified student loans. Additionally, members receive: - A modest living stipend on a semi-monthly basis, with amounts varying by region - Health insurance: basic health, dental, and vision care is provided during active service - Child care benefits upon approval - Student loan forbearance upon approval - Reading Partners AmeriCorps gear

Website: http://www.readingpartners.org

Email: americorps@readingpartners.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: California, Colorado, District Of Columbia, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas

Reasoning Mind

SUMMARY

Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this, the organization develops blended learning mathematics programs for elementary and middle school and works with schools to implement these programs in classrooms. Today’s education technology programs typically focus on individual features of learning, such as individualization, visual learning, or educational games. We believe that this is insufficient: instead, it is essential to identify all of the variables in student learning, and then to develop approaches that comprehensively address them all. This includes strong curriculum, teacher preparation, and student engagement. In other words, to truly improve learning, we have to solve for every variable. This year alone, over 80,000 students will benefit from Reasoning Mind. The program is supported by hundreds of leading philanthropies, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cockrell Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Hoglund Foundation, and the Houston Endowment. Located in Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, California Bay Area, Austin, West Virginia, Texas Rio Grande Valley.

BENEFITS

The cause. Next year alone, your contributions will improve the mathematics education of over 80,000 students. The team. You'll be joining a driven, first-rate team of people who are incredibly passionate about education. Advancement. Because of Reasoning Mind's rapid growth, exceptionally talented people have the opportunity to quickly advance to roles of increasing responsibility. In addition to working with stellar colleagues every day, we offer exceptional benefits. As a Reasoning Mind employee, you will enjoy comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, and vision) as well as short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance. Reasoning Mind covers 85% of the employee-only medical premium and 60% of the total dependent medical premium – including coverage for domestic partners. You will receive 17 days of annual paid vacation. You will also have the option of telecommuting – working remotely from any location in the world – for a total of 20 days every year. Reasoning Mind may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this position, if applicable.

Website: http://www.reasoningmind.org/job/

Email: jobs@reasoningmind.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Texas, West Virginia

Rocky Mountain Prep Charter School

SUMMARY

Rocky Mountain Prep is a tuition-free public charter school in southeast Denver. Our mission is to educate students in pre-kindergarten through 5th grade with the rigorous academic preparation, character development and individualized support necessary to succeed in a four-year college and life. Right now, just 50 percent of Denver Public School students read on grade level and only 58 percent graduate from high school. Rocky Mountain Prep is committed to improving outcomes for its students by providing scholars with a transformational education that starts in pre-kindergarten and prepares them to graduate from high school and a four-year college. In addition to our dedication to academic achievement, we teach character traits to help our scholars become responsible citizens and future leaders. Our curriculum and programs incorporate innovative online curricula to provide scholars with the individualized support necessary to meet our ambitious goals for student achievement. We currently serve over 300 pre-kindergarten to second grade students. Each subsequent year, we will add one grade level until we are a fully-enrolled pre-kindergarten through 5th grade school in 2016. Our goals for student achievement are ambitious, and they drive every decision we make. Rocky Mountain Prep’s program is built on best practices that have been tested and proven by other high-performing charter schools, then adapted to meet the needs of our student population. Rigorous, full-day Pre-K programs, targeted small-group instruction, and innovative online curricula distinguish us from other Colorado schools.

BENEFITS

Our Vision Be a part of a new and innovative teacher prep program! Rocky Mountain Prep’s Fellowship is a yearlong teacher preparation program that provides aspiring elementary teachers with the hands-on experience and personalized coaching they need to become highly effective classroom instructors. Instead of a traditional, theory-based teaching program, we believe in the power of intensive training through firsthand classroom experience. How it Works At the beginning of the year, each fellow is paired with a K-3 lead teacher in a 28-scholar classroom. Throughout the year, fellows may move between classrooms to learn from multiple teaching styles and teach new groups of scholars. Fellows become top teaching candidates by learning to demonstrate strong classroom management, create high levels of student academic engagement, effectively plan and execute daily lessons, and embody high levels of professionalism. Teaching License Opportunities RMP partners with local universities to provide fellows the opportunity to earn a license during their fellowship. After taking the Praxis Elementary Exam and completing necessary forms through the Colorado Department of Education, K-3 fellows can earn a K-6 Colorado Teaching License through the University of Colorado Denver’s ASPIRE to TEACH program. During the year, fellows take online modules and attend monthly in-person sessions at CU Denver, participating in RMP programming in addition to working towards teaching credentials through the university partnership. Licensing costs $5000 plus books and fees,over 12 months. RMP offers scholarships that may cover up to $2,500 of licensing costs.* Teaching Careers Towards the end of the fellowship year, fellows can apply for positions at RMP and at other schools to continue on their journey to be teachers. To ensure that fellows are ready to teach, we offer targeted professional development, feedback and coaching each week. We also set five rigorous gateways of assessment to be completed by the end of the year. These gateways are designed to gradually release teaching responsibility as fellows learn and grow professionally. After successful completion of the gateways, a fellow can be considered for hiring at RMP or recommended for hiring elsewhere. Compensation: $20,000 over the course of a year. Fellows are eligible for full benefits.

Website: http://www.rockymountainprep.org

Email: lead@rockymountainprep.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

 

Southern Teachers Agency

SUMMARY

Teaching Jobs in PreK-12 Private/Independent Schools in various locations around the mid-Atlantic and South. Every child deserves the best teacher possible. Let STA help you find an opportunity to inspire, challenge, and encourage your students. STA strives to help over 400 private/independent schools find great teaching candidates. The schools that list their vacancies with STA rely on us to know our candidates well, honestly assess them and refer those who are the best fit for the opportunity. STA candidates receive individualized attention with the development of a personalized search to help candidates find the best possible opportunity in our extensive network of schools. We work hard to be your advocate in a competitive job market. Our services are always FREE for candidates.

BENEFITS

If you are searching for the kind of teaching environment that offers small classes, supportive colleagues, administrators and school community, and the academic freedom to innovate in the classroom, then you should consider working in a PK-12 private/independent school. Private schools enroll all types of students, but only hire teachers who can take advantage of this special opportunity and make a real difference in the lives of children. Certification is typically NOT needed for middle and high school teaching opportunities, so all majors are sought. Schools seek content mastery, a sincere desire to work with school-age children, and a desire to be fully engaged in the life of the school community.

Website: http://www.SouthernTeachers.com

Email: recruiter@southernteachers.com

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

State PIRG's

SUMMARY

Alliance of state-based, citizen-funded organizations that help develop leaders for the public interest movement by offering opportunities in field organizing, advocacy, research, and more.

Website: http://www.uspirg.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

STRIVE Preparatory Schools

SUMMARY

We believe in success for every student. Through a demanding education of high standards, structure, and accountability, STRIVE Prep prepares students for educational success from kindergarten through college. In support of our students, STRIVE Prep is passionately committed to three Core Beliefs: Every child deserves a demanding, standards-based education; Accountable community develops character; and Great teachers are essential for academic excellence. Located in Denver, Colorado.

BENEFITS

150 minutes of structured planning time built into the school day to plan the highest quality lessons. Competitive compensation package. Annual cost of living and performance-based raises. Participation in the Colorado PERA retirement program, including a PERA 401k contribution option. Funding of 100% of individual medical benefits and a wide range of insurance plans.

Website: http://striveprep.org

Email: talent@striveprep.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Colorado

Teach Arkansas

SUMMARY

A teacher recruitment and training program for individuals interested in becoming teachers in Arkansas public schools.

BENEFITS

APPEL participants teach, with a provisional license, in an Arkansas classroom while completing requirements to receive a Standard Arkansas teaching license. Participants are placed on the regular teacher salary scale and receive regular teacher benefits

Website: http://www.teacharkansas.org/

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Arkansas

Teach For America Staff Opportunities

SUMMARY

With 1,500+ staff members working in over 46 regions across 11 teams, Teach For America offers a wide variety of career opportunities. Whether you’ve already worked in education or are coming from the private sector, we have a challenging role to match your skill set.

BENEFITS

Competitive compensation, full benefits and extensive personal development opportunities are all part of life at TFA.

Website: http://www.teachforamerica.org/join-our-staf...

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: TFA Staff

State: National

Teach Kentucky

SUMMARY

Teach Kentucky recruits college graduates to teach in priority public middle/high schools of the Greater Louisville, KY area while obtaining a Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT). The program focuses on providing a supportive environment and feeling of community where teachers are encouraged to use creativity and innovative teaching techniques to change the lives of students, the face of education, and themselves.

BENEFITS

Teach Kentucky offers Intense Preparation and Support for individuals - School Systems we partner with provide a full-time teacher salary (most earn $40,117 for 2014-15) with benefits, including health insurance -Six-week Summer Institute focusing on content specific lesson planning, behavior management, classroom organization techniques, and career development training. -One-on-one support inside and outside the classroom with a content specific Retired Master Teacher Advocate. -One-on-one content lesson planning coaching with a veteran Teach Kentucky teacher. -Practice teaching sessions. -Classroom observations. -Enrollment in the alternative route to certification Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT) with the University of Louisville's College of Education and Human Development, Bellarmine University, or Spalding University. -$1,000 relocation incentive -Reimbursement of Praxis II exam(s) in core content area(s) -Free month of transitional housing -Extensive mentor support team during your first year - Pay increase of $4,000 upon completion of MAT -Waiver for out-of-state tuition, a savings of over $6,000 - Additional tuition reimbursement for Math and Science teachers *see website for details www.teachkentucky.com

Website: http://www.teachkentucky.com/

Email: ann@teachkentucky.com

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Kentucky

Teach4NC

SUMMARY

A compilation of teaching opportunities in public schools in North Carolina.

BENEFITS

A variety of paid full-time, part-time and volunteer positions are available.

Website: http://www.teach4nc.org/

Certification: Required

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: North Carolina

Teachers 2000 Partnership

SUMMARY

A full-time partnership between The George Washington University and Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland, where teaching fellows earn 100% tuition assistance for courses required for licensure. Earn teaching certification and a master's degree in two years.

BENEFITS

A variety of programs are available with paid stipends, certification and Masters Degree programs.

Website: http://gsehd.gwu.edu/partnerships/t2000

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Maryland

TEAM Charter Schools

SUMMARY

A network of open-enrollment public charter schools in Newark, NJ as part of the KIPP network.

BENEFITS

A variety of full-time salary positions are available in both teaching and school leadership.

Website: http://www.teamschools.org/

Email: recruitment@teamschools.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: New Jersey

The EnCorps Teacher Program

SUMMARY

The EnCorps Teachers Program helps skilled professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math to make the transition into teaching these subjects to younger generations. They work to close the achievement gap through putting passionate math and science professionals into the classroom, so they can pass their knowledge on to future leaders in these industries.

BENEFITS

A variety of options are available for the program, ranging from volunteer tutoring to full-time work and tuition breaks or certification.

Website: http://www.encorpsteachers.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Teaching

State: California

The Future Project

SUMMARY

The Future Project is seeking to revolutionize the education system by introducing a new character into high schools, a "Dream Director," who helps students to explore their passions, start projects, take risks, grow as leaders, and take action towards their dreams. The Future Project, in its second year, is already impacting over 1,000 students in three states, with over $1.5 million in funding raised. The Dream Director represents a bold innovation in education reform, able to plug into any existing high school to oversee a school-wide transformation towards 21st century learning. Their mission is to unleash students so that they thrive both in the classroom... and beyond.

Website: http://www.thefutureproject.org/

Email: info@thefutureproject.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: New York

The Jewish Agency's Project Ten

SUMMARY

The Jewish Agency's new Project TEN ("ten" is the Hebrew word for "give") brings together Jewish young adults from Israel and around the world to spend three months working and learning together in vulnerable communities throughout the globe. While performing meaningful service projects that promote sustainable development, the volunteers participate in a unique, immersive service-learning framework that highlights Jewish values.

BENEFITS

Participants who join a TEN center in Israel (such as in Kiryat Shmona) are eligible for grants and scholarships from Masa Israel Journey.

Website: http://www.tenprogram.org/

Email: ten@jafi.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

The Literacy Lab

SUMMARY

Reading Corps tutors support the work that is done in the classroom by using research-based reading interventions in small group and one-on-one tutoring sessions with students at risk of reading failure.

BENEFITS

Reading Corps members are trained in the best practices of early literacy development and receive extensive professional development in skill areas like student data management, student engagement and behavior management, data-based decision making, and school culture. Reading Corps members receive a modest living stipend and an AmeriCorps Segal Education Award to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans.

Website: http://literacylab.org

Email: readingcorps@theliteracylab.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Volunteer, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: District Of Columbia

The Mission Continues

SUMMARY

The Mission Continues awards community service fellowships to post-9/11 veterans, empowering them to transform their own lives by serving others and directly impacting their communities. Mission Continues Fellows serve for six months at a local nonprofit organization addressing key educational, environmental or social issues. Each Fellow works to achieve a post-fellowship goal of full time employment and/or pursuit of higher education, while maintaining a permanent role of public service.

BENEFITS

Every Mission Continues Fellow applies to the program for unique reasons. Additional benefits include: -Connection with other veterans in your community and across the nation by: -Attending the Fellowship Orientation at the beginning of your six months of service -Planning and attending service projects, bringing veterans and civilians together to benefit your community -Speaking on behalf of your host organization and The Mission Continues at career fairs, on veterans panels, or through specific media opportunities -Development of professional skills and network -Translation of military-based skills to civilian workforce -Utilization of leadership skills in your community, inspiring civilian join your mission of service -A cost-of-living stipend provided by The Mission Continues

Website: http://www.missioncontinues.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Internship, Paid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: National

The Princeton Review

SUMMARY

Founded in 1981, The Princeton Review has long been a leader in helping college and graduate school–bound students achieve their higher-education goals through our test-preparation services, tutoring and admissions resources, as well as through online courses and resources and print and digital books. We deliver our programs via a network of more than 5,000 teachers and tutors in the U.S., Canada and international franchises. We also partner with schools and guidance counselors worldwide to help provide students with college-readiness, test-preparation and career-planning services.

BENEFITS

Managing a classroom of dedicated students will build your teaching, presentation, and problem solving skills in ways that no other experience can. With opportunities including tutoring and training, The Princeton Review invites you to begin a fun and rewarding part-time career. With teaching rates starting between $15-$25 per hour, plus pay for training, prep and administrative work, The Princeton Review’s teacher compensation policies recognize excellence and dedication. Instructors have the opportunity to advance in our company as master trainers, content writers/developers, and product developers.

Website: http://www.princetonreview.com/

Email: DScott@Review.com

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

The ZOOM Foundation

SUMMARY

One-year public policy fellowship program with a placement in a public office, with one or more assigned projects and a robust leadership development program. Currently, 2014-2015 Fellows are working in the Office of the Governor, Office of the Mayor of New Haven, or Office of the Mayor of Milford.

BENEFITS

Competitive compensation and benefits High-level policy experience in public sector Expanded professional network Leadership development, including coaching, mentorship, training

Website: http://www.zoomfoundation.org

Email: nicole@zoomfoundation.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Fellowships

State: Connecticut

TNTP Teaching Fellows

SUMMARY

TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs transform talented people into great teachers for disadvantaged students. Operating in more than a dozen U.S. cities, they hold the highest standards for effective teaching of any teacher preparation program in America. More than 32,000 Teaching Fellows have been trained to date. Fellows come from all walks of life and learn to teach critical subjects such as math, science and special education through innovative, practice-based training and coaching. The programs are run by TNTP, a national nonprofit organization working to end educational inequality, in partnership with leading public school systems and states.

BENEFITS

TNTP's Teaching Fellows programs provide classroom-centered training around actual teaching experience and focused practice of essential skills you need to be immediately successful as a new teacher. With intensive coaching from expert teachers that lasts through your first year, you will have ample opportunity to practice, reflect and improve until you master the craft of great teaching. With programs operating in more than a dozen U.S. cities, you can choose to teach and live in a community that fits your interests. Our programs hold the highest standards for certification in the country. Upon graduation from our program, you will be recognized not simply as a certified teacher, but as having a proven record of success in the classroom.

Website: http://tntpteachingfellows.org

Email: info@tntpteachingfellows.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

Tulsa Public Schools

SUMMARY

A large public school system responsible for the achievement of nearly 40,000 students.

BENEFITS

As a Tulsa Public School teacher, you will have the ability to work towards improving public education in our community as you support students and lead them to success. Our district is committed to providing educators with the support and development they need to achieve our ambitious goals of improving educational outcomes.

Website: http://www.tulsaschools.org

Email: teachinTPS@tulsaschools.org

Certification: Required

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Volunteer, Internship, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Oklahoma

Uncommon Schools

SUMMARY

Mission: Uncommon Schools starts and manages outstanding urban charter public schools that close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college. Located in Brooklyn, NY. New York, New York. Boston, MA. Troy, NY. Rochester, NY. Newark, NJ. Camden, NJ.

BENEFITS

We offer a generous compensation package. All staff members are equipped with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated work space, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary supplies.

Website: http://www.uncommonschools.org/

Email: recruitment@uncommonschools.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

University of Kentucky | 50 States' Certification Requirements

SUMMARY

In an effort to facilitate the movement from one state to another, the UK College of Education will attempt to link to the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States. We recognize that States are continually revising their teacher certification/licensure rules and requirements. Accordingly, we link to the best available information.

Website: http://educ...

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

University of Kentucky | K-12 Opportunities in the US

SUMMARY

In an effort to facilitate the movement from one state to another, the UK College of Education will attempt to link to K-12 job opportunities for the 50 states. We have discovered that some states do not centralize job announcements. In those instances, we have referred to the list of school districts within the state. These links are provided as a service to help narrow your search.

Website: http://education.uky.edu/AcadServ/con...

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

University of Washington Seattle College of Education

SUMMARY

Full time 4 and 5 quarter Master in Teaching programs focused on serving culturally and linguistically diverse communities, and communities impacted by poverty. Located in Seattle, Washington.

BENEFITS

All program completers exit with a Washington State teaching credential and an MIT. Most exit with multiple endorsements. Scholarships are available for qualified applicants in all programs.

Website: https://education.uw.edu/programs/teacher

Email: edinfo@uw.edu

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Unpaid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Washington

Unlocking Potential

SUMMARY

Unlocking Potential is a nonprofit school management organization whose mission is to rapidly transform chronically underperforming district schools into extraordinary schools that sustain high achievement over time. Our turnaround schools ensure that students acquire the knowledge, skills, and strength of character necessary to succeed on the path to college and to achieve their full potential. Unlocking Potential currently operates two schools, UP Academy Charter School of Boston (grades 6-8) and UP Academy Lawrence (Leonard) Middle School (grades 6-8). In fall 2013, Unlocking Potential will open UP Academy Charter School of Dorchester (grades K1-5), and UP Academy Oliver (grade 6). By fall 2013, Unlocking Potential will serve more than 1500 students in Boston and Lawrence.

BENEFITS

A variety of paid, full-time and part-time, non-profit, teaching, and other school based roles are available

Website: http://www.unlocking-potential.org/

Email: jobs@unlocking-potential.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time, Paid, Unpaid

Resource Type: Non-Profits

State: Massachusetts

UP Education Network

SUMMARY

UP Education Network is a nonprofit school management organization whose mission is to rapidly transform chronically underperforming district schools into extraordinary schools that sustain high achievement over time. With five restarted schools under our management and enrollment nearing 2,500 students this fall, we are working to unlock the potential of Massachusetts students enrolled in the state’s most struggling schools. Located in Boston, MA and Lawrence, MA.

BENEFITS

As a teacher or resident teacher within our network, you will receive a range of opportunities for leadership and development. This includes receiving targeted coaching and support while working with directly with colleagues and the opportunity for veteran teachers to lead grade-level or department teams. UP Education Network also offers a variety of leadership roles, and pathways to leadership roles, that impact our schools’ culture, operations, and academic programming, including immediate leadership opportunities and year-long, paid residencies for those interested in further development before leading at one of our network schools.

Website: http://upeducationnetwork.org

Email: jobs@upeducationnetwork.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Fellowships

State: Massachusetts

Urban Teacher Center

SUMMARY

A full time teacher residency program for men and women who are college graduates. We take all ages and all majors. UTC is unable to take individuals who are already certified to teach. Located in Baltimore, MD; Chicago, IL, Washington, DC.

BENEFITS

Urban Teacher Center participants receive 18 months of training during a residency year followed by three years of teaching in some of the nation's highest need schools. During the residency year, you work as a co-teacher alongside a host teacher getting extensive practice in real classrooms. At the same time, you earn a dual master's on full-scholarship. You can choose from three programs of study: Elementary and Special Education; Secondary Language Arts and Special Education or Secondary Math and Special Education. UTC participants also get three years of one-on-one coaching. UTC's program includes dual certification, but it is only granted if you meet UTC's high standards of improving student achievement. Because UTC teachers are highly skilled, they are set up for a full array of career options in education.

Website: http://www.urbanteachercenter.org/

Email: admissions@urbanteachercenter.org

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: District Of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland

USC Rossier School of Education

SUMMARY

USC's Rossier School of Education's MAT@USC provides an accelerated program to earn a Master’s degree online, in as few as 14 months from your home state.

BENEFITS

- Interactive online learning coupled with field-based teaching experiences - Scholarship opportunities specifically designed for MAT@USC students - Instruction from renowned USC faculty and inclusion in the USC Trojan Family

Website: http://rossiero...

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship

SUMMARY

The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship is designed to provide an intensive classroom experience. The master’s level program enables new, aspiring teachers to begin their careers with an important and rewarding experience, the Teaching Fellowship.

BENEFITS

Fellows are provided with alternate certification, training and support as well as paid teaching positions.

Website: http://www.wwteachingfellowship.org/

Certification: Provided

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

WorldTeach

SUMMARY

WorldTeach partners with governments and other organizations in developing countries to provide volunteer teachers to meet local needs and promote responsible global citizenship.

BENEFITS

Volunteers gain key leadership skills, references and language skills. Through our training and professional development programs, WorldTeach offers TEFL certification to volunteers participating in most of our programs.

Website: http://www.worldteach.org/

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Volunteer

Resource Type: Teaching

State: National

YES Prep Public Schools

SUMMARY

YES Prep Public Schools is a nationally recognized public charter school system serving students in Houston, TX and Memphis, TN, which exists to increase the number of students from low income communities who graduate from a four-year college prepared to compete in the global marketplace and committed to improving disadvantaged communities. We are seeking passionate and accomplished individuals for full-time teaching and non-instructional roles.

BENEFITS

Surrounded and supported by people who share the same mindset and goals, our people are leveling the educational playing field with a new model that will benefit the entire nation. In order for our students to have the best education, our teachers must also have access to a comprehensive, quality professional learning program that positions them for success. To ensure that all teachers have the knowledge and skills needed to be effective with our students, YES Prep has created the Teaching Excellence Program. A first year teacher development and certification program, Teaching Excellence provides rigorous and relevant training and individualized support that increases the path of development for new teachers. YES Prep offers competitive salary and benefits.

Website: http://yesprep.org/

Email: talent@yesprep.org

Certification: Optional

Employment Type: Full-Time, Paid

Resource Type: Teaching

State: Tennessee, Texas