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Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:12 AM

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The Urban Assembly
90 Broad Street, Suite 2101
New York, NY
Description
Student Opportunities Intern

Organization:
The Urban Assembly
90 Broad Street, Suite 2101
New York, NY 10004
www.urbanassembly.org
212-867-3060

The Urban Assembly is a non-profit organization that created and manages a network of small New York City public secondary schools. We are dedicated to empowering underserved students to break the cycle of poverty by providing them with the academic and life skills necessary to graduate from college. In 2003, the UA had four high schools and has now grown to 23 middle and high schools, which are located in the most under-resourced areas of The Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan. The UA is open to all students. At least 85% of our youth are living in poverty, at least 75% enter our schools below grade level in math and ELA, and 21% of our students require special education services. Our graduation rates for these students have been at least 10% points above the city average for special education students. 90% of our students are African American or Latino, and our graduation rate has been 20% points above the city average for African American or Latino students, with 98% of graduates admitted to college.
The UA is successfully developing and applying innovative, scalable public school education programs. Through a unique contract with the NYC Department of Education (NYCDOE), the UA has the flexibility to design the supports for its schools while remaining fully accountable to and engaged in the public school system. Beyond receiving UA support to meet the mandates of the NYCDOE, all UA schools receive additional assistance in developing rigorous college-ready instruction, and expertise in college counseling to ensure all students are matched to the college that is right for them. Our theme-based curricula, extensive mentoring programs and corporate and professional partnerships blur the line between academics and the real world, inspiring students to enjoy learning while teaching them to be intellectually curious, academically confident and focused on real-world goals.

Internship Supervisor:
Laci Chisholm
Student Opportunities Manager
212-867-3060 x933
lchisholm@urbanassembly.org

Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@urbanassembly.org with "SOT Intern" in the subject line.
Responsibilities
Responsibilities:
This intern’s work is central to the purpose and mission of The Urban Assembly. The Student Opportunities Intern would join the Student Opportunities Team in realizing The Urban Assembly’s commitment to providing UA school staff with resources and opportunities, working with us to provide students with summer and afterschool internships and enrichment programs that prepare them for college and careers. The Intern will work closely with the UA Student Opportunities Team, school-based Partnership & Program Coordinators, as well as partner organizations. Responsibilities include:
1. Program & Opportunity Resources
 Work collaboratively with the Student Opportunities Team to research, collect, update and organize databases to share with UA schools: internship/enrichment programs, service learning, financial literacy, arts, and health & fitness
 Document and share resources about programs and opportunities with school staff
 Communicate with external organizations to maintain updated information about offerings and opportunities for UA schools and students
 Assist the Student Opportunities Team in planning and hosting presentation(s) of new programs and opportunities for UA school principals and staff: invite guests, prepare materials, venue and refreshments
2. Support for UA-sponsored Enrichment and Internship Programs
 Manage application process and follow up with students applying to and accepted to spring/summer programs, including parent/student outreach regarding student participation in summer programs, hosting information sessions, documentation through data entry, acceptance materials and forms – this may include some direct service work with students
 Deliver information about UA sponsored programs to the school(s) and, if applicable, spend time at Urban Assembly school(s) working closely with the partnership/program coordinator to assist students with applications
 Expand the depth and breadth of UA research regarding mentoring, internships, and enrichment programs by conducting focus groups of UA students/alumni and collect anecdotal evidence (testimonials, photos, etc.) of program impact and collaborate with the UA Research & Evaluation team to measure the effectiveness/impact of selected UA opportunities
 Collaborate with the UA Development team to accurately and strategically message individual student, school, or UA successes to the NYC community, including current and prospective funders
 Assist the Director of Student Opportunities with tracking and analyzing the program participation of UA schools and students
3. Central Urban Assembly responsibilities
 Attend UA central staff meetings and contribute to dialogue as it pertains to UA SOT work
 Attend weekly Student Opportunities Team meetings and report out on project progress
 Visit UA schools and attend school events, if applicable
Requirements
Qualifications Required:
We are seeking an individual, preferably a graduate student, who is interested in education and youth development and enjoys working with both youth and adults. The ideal intern can work collaboratively as well as independently, takes initiative, and is persistent and creative in reaching goals, despite obstacles. In addition the intern should be a self starter, who manages multiple projects at once in an organized fashion.

Additional Qualifications:
 Ability to build relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders (UA partners and volunteers, high school students, school staff, UA central office staff)
 Demonstrated ability to be well-organized and multi-task in a fast-paced environment
 Strong verbal and written communication skills
 Excellent people skills
 Commitment to the future success of urban youth
 Goal-oriented and takes initiative
 Conscientious and detail-oriented

Hours and Commitment:
The Urban Assembly can offer a flexible schedule and can accommodate and adjust the above responsibilities to fit this schedule and the time allotted. Ideally, interns are able to work 16-20 hours/week. The position requires the commitment of one school year with the possibility to extend the internship into the summer if funding and work load allow. This internship does provide a stipend and an unlimited monthly metrocard.

• Location: Manhattan, 90 Broad Street, Suite 2101


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:12 AM

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Are you interested in education? Has a travel experience or travel story helped shape your world view? Do you have a passion for bridging cultures together? Do you understand how technology can be better utilized to teach children the skills they will need to grow into successful adults? If you answered yes to these questions, then apply to be a Reach the World Global Classroom Intern!
Reach the World’s mission is to help students and teachers in underserved schools develop the knowledge, attitudes, values and thinking skills needed for responsible citizenship in a complex, culturally diverse and rapidly changing world. Reach the World (RTW) cultivates relationships between students and volunteer world travelers by connecting them through an innovative program of online journalism and face-to-face interactions. Our travelers’ journeys enrich teachers’ curriculum and have the power to uplift and expand learning far beyond classroom walls.
Each semester, we hire a team of interns to work with a core group of committed educators in New York City. Our interns support RTW’s program implementation. Interns collaborate with our partner educators on lesson plans and activities and help facilitate technology use in their classrooms through our interactive website and videoconferences.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:11 AM

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Job Description
Special Education Teachers (Grades 1-12)


We've opened our Hearts to students with Special Education
needs since we opened our doors in 2003



We're proud of our success in tutoring students with a variety of
cognitive learning challenges...

– ADD/ADHD – Pervasive Development
– Autism Disorder (PDD)
– Dyslexia – Speech Delays

We have shown many grateful parents that these challenges
need not be permanent barriers to their child's ability to learn
and make progress in school.

IF THIS IS WHERE YOUR HEART IS, WE NEED YOU!

We're looking for New York State-certified Special Education tutors
to work with students in grades 1-6, 5-9 or 7-12. You'll work with
students with Special Education needs starting in July, 2014-August, 2014
with an extension from September 2014 through June 2015.

It could be the PERFECT OPPORTUNITY for...

New graduates of a Special Education teacher training program
looking for valuable, immediate teaching experience!!!

We're also looking for...

• Special Education teachers not currently employed in
the New York City school system
• Licensed substitute teachers
• Retired teachers with a minimum of one year since
retirement

All you need is...

A New York State Special Education Tutoring License (transitional or permanent)
with a minimum of 6 months of tutoring experience in a home or school setting.

CALL or EMAIL US..718-268-0133 or . 718-268-0133 or jobs@tutorsonwheels.com

• Location: Manhattan, 6860 Austin St


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:11 AM

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CDM KIDS
Roosevelt Island
New York, NY
Description
Daycare Hiring Early Childhood Assistant Teacher/Interns

We are a child friendly and fun early childhood education day care center with locations in Manhattan. We are looking to hire energetic, patient, involved and passionate part time interns to work with small groups of children.

Responsibilities
As an assistant teacher/intern you will:
• Help infants and toddlers develop their social, cognitive, emotional, and physical skills
• Gently guide children through one-on-one moments of basic care needs, play, and communication
• Provide sensory-rich experiences and a language-rich atmosphere
• Form strong partnerships with families to help them develop a sense of security and comfort
• Prepare warm and stimulating environments abundant with different sights, sounds, textures, and sensations
• Follow all safety and health rules while supervising all children at all times
• Keep the environment and equipment safe, clean, and attractive
• Support organizational mission, philosophies, values, goals, and policies to parents/guardians and coworkers
• Participate actively in the teaching team through communication, collaboration, and curriculum planning
Requirements
YOU MUST BE 19+ YEARS OLD
Enrolled In College
Pass the NYSOCFS Background Check/SCR Form

CPR/First Aid certification is a +

cdmkids@gmail.com

• Location: Manhattan, Roosevelt Island New York, NY 10044


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:11 AM

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Job description

New York City Charter High School for Architecture Engineering and the Construction Industries ("AECI") is a charter school authorized by the Board of Regents of the State of New York and located in Bronx County in the City of New York. The School offers students a college preparatory educational program that provides each student with the opportunity to be exposed to the work careers of architecture, engineering, and construction industries. Students take project-based courses that allow them to develop skills that are related to AECI professions. In addition students have the opportunity to be involved in outside course work at local colleges and other mentor/internship programs that allow them to deepen their educational exposure to the school's theme

The School is hiring a new Principal for the 2014-15 school year. The School seeks an experienced educator who embodies the mission and educational philosophy of the School, an individual who believes that all students, when given the opportunity and appropriate support, will succeed. The successful candidate must be a highly innovative visionary leader and an effective communicator with a strong record of leadership. He or she must provide evidence of and commitment to developing a culture of high expectations for students, staff and families as well as implementing research-based instructional practices, using data to monitor, measure, and improve student achievement.

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's Degree
NYS Principal Certification
Proven track record of instructional leadership that includes evidence of curriculum and instructional design, program innovation and professional development
Teaching experience at the high school level
Record of administrative experience in school budgeting, facilities management and personnel management
Experience working in an union environment desirable

For more information about the School, please visit htttp:aecicharterhs.com/

AECI is an equal opportunity employer. AECI will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression
How to apply

Submit a letter of interest, resume and three references to: AECIjobs@victoryep.com. Please include "AECI School Principal" in the e-mail subject line.

• Location: Bronx, 838 Brook Ave, Bronx, NY


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:11 AM

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Job description

Storefront Academy Harlem is seeking full-time Elementary Teachers and Teaching Assistants for the 2014-2015 school year.

We are looking for educators who have a passion for working collaboratively in a small community of educators to engage, enlighten and inspire our students. Our Elementary level teachers and teaching assistants provide age and grade appropriate hands-on curriculum allowing our students to enhance their knowledge both in and outside of the classroom. We believe that a student-centered culture that motivates character development and emphasizes respect, responsibility, concern for others, diligence, honesty and perseverance will allow us to prepare children for acceptance into competitive public, parochial, independent and boarding high schools as well as ensure their lifelong success.

Our ideal candidates have the ability to tailor curriculum and lessons based on student's academic abilities, interests, and social-emotional needs. We know that high levels of differentiation making learning possible for students at all levels.

Teachers at Storefront Academy Harlem:

Believe the purpose of education is both academic achievement AND character development
Provide whatever is necessary to ensure ALL students are successful and are developing strong character
Use data and assessments to inform and drive instruction
Involve families in their students' education and in the Storefront community
Value feedback and evaluation on teaching practices and set SMART goals
Support and challenge colleagues and hold each other to his or her best
Voice their thoughts, opinions and suggestions and embody an entrepreneurial spirit, taking on leadership in a multitude of ways
Pursue their own self-discovery and growth

Teacher Qualifications:

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
A Master's degree in Education or relevant content area (preferred)
Demonstrated success working in an urban or independent school setting
Special education experience, preferred
An ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues, families and students
A belief that everyone is gifted with unique potential
A commitment to character development and family partnerships

Teaching Assistant Qualifications:

BA required, working toward an MA
Teaching experience preferred
An ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues, families and students
A belief that everyone is gifted with unique potential
A commitment to character development and family partnerships

How to apply

How To Apply

To apply, please email hr@storefrontacademy.org:

a) cover letter b) resume c) salary requirements d) two (2) professional references and please include "Elementary Teacher" or "Elementary Teaching Assistant" in the subject line of your email.

No phone calls, please.


hr@storefrontacademy.org

• Location: Bronx, 70 East 129th Street, New York


Posted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:11 AM

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Job description

Legal Outreach, Inc. prepares urban youth from underserved communities to compete at high levels by using intensive legal and educational programming as a tool for fostering visions, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education. Our site is in Astoria, Queens (36-14 35th Street). Visit www.legaloutreach.org to find out more. The position's primary responsibilities are listed below:

Duties:

Attend orientation/training (Date TBA)
Work with a group of 10-12 seniors in high school on their essays for college (i.e. Personal statements, supplemental essays, short answer responses, etc.)
Meets with other instructors and students in a group and individual setting twice a month on Saturdays for 5 hours.
Consistently edit and offer immediate feedback to students on their essays
Provide progress reports to Co-Director of organization and have meetings with her to discuss how to better help a student

Educational Background and Work Experience:

Minimum a Bachelors Degree from a competitive college/university
Preferably a MA/MFA candidate or someone who holds a Masters degree in English, Journalism, or Creative Writing
Experience working with urban youth

Skills and Characteristics:

Ability to maintain a professional demeanor with students
Excellent communication and writing abilities
Strong organizational, mediation, instructional, and classroom management skills
Be a creative, positive, and self-motivated individual

Salary: $18.75/hr
How to apply

Please send a cover letter and resume by EMAIL: bcooper@legaloutreach.org or FAX: (718) 752-0020 (Attn: Ms. Cooper) NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

• Location: Long Island, 36-14 35th Street


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:46 PM

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MultiLanguageCafe.com is looking for experienced teachers and instructors in several disciplines ranging from foreign languages to cultural workshops. From technology training to school tutoring and exam preparation.

Please DO NOT send a CV in response to this ad.

Multi-Language Cafe provides customized private training for organizations and particulars (adults and children). We offer private, semi-private and group classes at the student's home or office or in convenient public places.

As a teacher, you administer your own profile and courses and you propose the list of locations where your classes can be held. The times are flexible too, students schedule their classes according to your own availabilities.

Prerequisites for language teachers :
- This is your first mother language and you attended at least secondary school in this language.
- You are a university student or you have already obtained a university degree.
- You have experience teaching this language to foreign students.

Prerequisites for music teachers :
- You are a university student in a music department or you have already obtained a university music degree.
- You have already had a certain experience tutoring or teaching music.

General prerequisites :
- You have considerable knowledge of the discipline you teach.
- You have obtained relevant education degrees or certifications.
- You have some experience teaching and good communication skills.

If you meet these criteria please sign up to our website:

www.multilanguagecafe.com

Once you have opened your account:

1. Create your teacher profile.
2. Fill up your teacher gallery (for disciplines like visual arts, crafts, dance or music).

Your profile and gallery will be reviewed and upon approval you will be able to create your own course offerings.

MultiLanguageCafe.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:09 AM

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EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time

LOCATION: Long Island City/Astoria, Queens

REPORTS TO: Deputy Executive Director

JOB OBJECTIVE: The Arab-American Family Support Center (AAFSC) has an immediate opening for a Youth Program Manager who will supervise our new afterschool program and summer camp for Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian youth. The Program Manager will be responsible for planning and overseeing the entire program, which includes homework help, tutoring and enrichment activities during the academic year, and a 6-week summer camp that runs through July and August. The Program Manager will directly supervise 1 part-time program staff member as well as multiple interns and volunteers. The ideal candidate will have some program management experience working with immigrant or low-income communities and a background in education. This is a full-time position based in AAFSC's Queens office, located at 37-10 30th Street, 2nd Floor.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Oversee a comprehensive youth program that promotes the academic and social development of 20-30 students in middle and high school.
Conduct outreach to local schools in order to recruit students and promote our services.
Work with staff members in other AAFSC programs to identify potential students.
Tutor middle and high school students in all academic subjects.
Lead culturally competent enrichment activities (e.g. arts & crafts, music, dance).
Design and implement qualitative and quantitative measures to evaluate program efficacy and quality.
Plan and supervise special events/field trips (e.g., museum visits, college tours).
Track student performance and attendance in school.
Liaise with parents, teachers and school administrators.
Build relationships with universities, businesses and other CBOs to enhance the youth program.
Train, supervise, and provide ongoing support to 1 staff member, multiple interns and volunteers.
Maintain classroom discipline.
Develop relationships with students based on respect and trust.
Be a positive role model.
QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's Degree required; Masters' Degree in Education or other relevant field preferred
Minimum 3 years experience working with immigrant or low-income youth
Some program management/supervision experience
Proficiency in Bengali and/or Urdu or Arabic preferred
Background in education or social work
Competency working in multiracial and multicultural environments
Familiarity with the NYC public school system preferred
SALARY LEVEL: $33,000 - $36,000/year with benefits commensurate with experience

How to apply
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Please submit a resume and thoughtful cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the responsibilities and qualifications of the position via email to Ambreen Qureshi, Deputy Executive Director, at ambreen@aafscny.org. In the subject line, please include the title of the position for which you are applying. No phone queries please.

• Location: Long Island


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:09 AM

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After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life.

For the 2014-2015 School Year, we are looking for program leaders for an amazing new Upper West Side school site. The school is within walking distance of Columbia University and features a community garden, gym, auditorium, computer lab, dance studio, art studio and an array of instruments—all waiting to be utilized! We are looking for energetic, creative leaders who want to take part in a whole school turnaround effort. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, with the ability to mentor middle school students. The program leader's mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and fun after-school experience. Program Leaders are crucial to a successful after-school program.

Position: Program Leader

Reports to: Program Manager

Location: New York, NY

Work Hours: This is a part time position. Typical hours are Monday – Friday, 2:30pm – 5:30pm

Compensation: $12-18/hour depending on experience

Responsibilities

The part-time Program Leader, under the direction of the Program Manager and school principal, is responsible for the daily implementation of the After-School All-Stars program model:

Youth Supervision:

Supervise students at all times
Attend program daily, Monday – Friday from 2:30-5:30pm
Follow the ASAS code of student conduct when disciplining students
Assist with the distribution, supervision, and clean-up of snacks in the cafeteria
Curriculum Development:

Prepare and plan activities that reflect the required program curriculum
Develop schedules that incorporate student interests, required curricula and timeframes, and ensures their accurate implementation
Follow enrichment/academic/health and fitness schedules accurately
Attend professional development activities and meetings
Assist in planning end-of-session culminating events
Assist in acquiring and coordinating program equipment, materials, facilities, nutrition, and transportation needs on site
Facilitation:

Work in conjunction with the Program Manager and fellow Program Leaders to ensure the smooth delivery of program activities
Support student recruitment and promotion of the program
Create and maintain an inviting, safe and orderly environment including ensuring cleanliness of classrooms, auditorium, and other areas where the program is held
Maintain professional and positive relationships with school staff, partners, students and parents
Data Management:

Maintain accurate attendance data and reports
Submit required data on time and accurately
Experience and Education
The successful candidate will have a year or more of non-profit or related youth development program experience. The individual will have a familiarity with and passion for working with low income youth.

Some undergraduate study is required; coursework in education, social or human services, child development, or related field is desirable
Individuals with experience in the following areas are highly desired: Math, English, Business, Music, Dance, and Computer Literacy
One or more years' experience working in an after school, day camp, or community youth outreach setting is preferred
Familiarity with quality criteria for after school programs preferred
Familiarity with youth development principles and middle school aged youth preferred
Experience creating lesson plans or multi-week curriculum preferred
Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with school district staff, program staff, parents, and community leaders
Ability to communicate effectively and demonstrate sensitivity to others as well as respond to critical incidents and act swiftly in an emergency situation
Familiarity and experience with diverse populations and cultural competencies strongly desired
Excellent organizational skills and
Familiarity with basic computer software programs
Must clear School Aged Children Care Program requirements, Statewide Central Register of Abuse and Maltreatment (SCR) clearance as well as Medical, FBI Livescan and Tuberculosis Clearances
How to apply
How to apply:
1.) Please submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail to jobs@as-as.org
2.) Please put "Program Leader", New York and your last name in the subject heading.

• Location: Other


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:09 AM

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Teachers/ assistants wanted

B"H
Looking for experienced teachers/ assistant teachers/ substitutes for a preschool in Crown Heights.
Teachers should have past experience. Must be
gentle and patient with children.
Good pay.
*Transportation available from Queens and Borough Park.*
Please send your resume to Teachers@amcEarlyLearn.com and we will get
back to you upon review.
(212) 466-6262

• Location: Other, Queens, NY


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:09 AM

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Job description

Who we are and why it matters - Manhattan Charter School (MCS) is a high performing charter school located on the Lower East Side in New York City that is committed to providing every child with the tools and support necessary for success. Operating as a 501c3 nonprofit organization, MCS has been consistently high-achieving since its founding in 2005. Manhattan Charter School 2, a replication of MCS, is expanding on the work already being done at MCS and believes that by working together more students will achieve high academic levels. MCS2 opened in August 2012 and is located a few blocks away from MCS.

Manhattan Charter School has 270 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. MCS2 currently has 144 students in kindergarten through second grade, and will grow by one grade each year to reach the same size and make-up as MCS. There are no more than 24 students in an MCS class because we believe much of our success is due to our small school size, and intimate school culture and learning environment. Each school's principal greets every student by name, every morning, and knows every family. In addition, every teacher knows every child. This intimate environment creates a community of collaboration, communication and accountability for both students and teachers.

MCS focuses on providing a rigorous curriculum of core subjects to help students achieve high academic levels. Though MCS adheres to the Common Core Standards and the New York State Learning Standards, its teachers have flexibility when developing their curriculums. Likewise, MCS is committed to offering a well-rounded education program to all students, which it believes helps students develop critical thinking processes, problem solving abilities and supports their learning in the core subject areas. All students receive music instruction each and every day. Other enrichment programs include French, Art, and Physical Education, and hands on experiments in science studies.

Additionally, students explore the historic Lower East Side neighborhood as part of their humanities studies. The Lower East Side is a centrally located, and culturally diverse, neighborhood in Manhattan. Long a fixture of the immigrant experience in New York City, many ethnic groups have resided here over the years as they worked to build a new life for themselves and their families in America. Through walking tours of the neighborhood, students learn about the Lower East Side's evolution from an area of commercial success and tenement living to the vibrant neighborhood it is today.

The majority of MCS students are minority, live in the neighborhood, and qualify for free lunch. Through its work MCS is demonstrating that all children, regardless of race or economic status, can succeed when given equal access to quality education. The schools pride themselves on delivering rigorous, standards-driven instruction and fostering a culture of high expectations, while maintaining a strong sense of camaraderie amongst students and teachers.

What our teachers mean to us - At Manhattan Charter School, we believe teacher effectiveness is the key to high student achievement. Teachers receive a circle of support and time for developing their craft that includes:

Targeted Professional Development that is built into the school calendar: 2 weeks before the school year starts (3 weeks for new teachers) + 2 half days each month + 1 week at the end of school year
Daily support and feedback from content area experts in writing, literacy and math, and instructional coaches
In addition to building a robust network of on-staff expertise, MCS is committed to investing in teachers by sending them for specialized training and experiences based on teacher individual needs, interests, and areas of specialization (including using outside consultants with specialized know-how)
A full-time Instructional Assistant that is pursuing a Master's in Education in each class
An operations team who have set up operational processes that support teachers rather than burdening them

Currently we are looking for Lead Elementary Teachers for the 2014-2015 school year to start in August 2014.

Specific Lead Teacher Responsibilities

Executes the mission of MCS including: high academic achievement; integration of the core learning disciplines; the application of critical thinking skills and ethical standards to learning; and living and problem solving through individual teaching and learning practices
Believes that every child can and will achieve high academic standards, and provides consistent support to our students no matter how challenging the individual situation may be. Consistently reflects on self, as well as instructional practices, to achieve these academic goals
Plans student learning and individual achievements based on long and short-term goals, and program objectives
Selects and uses effective instructional methods and learning materials
Establishes a cooperative relationship with all assigned students
Manages the classroom in a positive manner and keeps students on task
Attends, participates, and facilitates team meetings and professional development opportunities, as well as common planning times
Communicates and collaborates with peers, sharing student work, methodologies and strategies, as well as coordinating lesson topics with other teachers in order to create a coherent curricular design that achieves the overall purposes of the school program
Prepares, administers and reviews all required student assessments
Meets regular and predictable attendance requirements
Performs other duties, as deemed appropriate, by the Principal

Qualifications

Master's degree in Education required
Minimum of two years teaching in an urban public school or charter school setting
Proven track-record of high achievement in the classroom and commitment to accountability
Belief in and alignment with Manhattan Charter School's core beliefs and educational philosophy
Valid New York State Certification is helpful but not required

Compensation

MCS offers a competitive compensation package including medical and dental insurance, bonuses based on school-wide goals and individual student performance and growth, and a 403B retirement plan with 4% match. In addition to extensive professional development, our teachers are generously equipped with all necessary instructional supplies and technology.
How to apply

To Apply

Please email cover letter and resume to hr@manhattancharterschool.org.

For more information about Manhattan Charter School, please visit our website at www.manhattancharterschool.org.

As an equal opportunity employer, we hire and promote without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

• Location: Manhattan, 100 Attorney Street


Posted: Friday, September 19, 2014 12:09 AM

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The Nurturing Place, a nonprofit Child Development Center, is one of four program components of the York Street Project. The school was designed in 1989 to serve homeless, transitioned and at risk children ages 4 months through Kindergarten year round as well as school age children during the Summer Enrichment Program. View website: www.yorkstreetproject.org

Presently accepting applications for a warm, creative, energetic educator for the Kindergarten Teacher position for our 2014-2015 School Year. Curriculum is rooted in experiential learning which fosters creative teaching. Requirements: B.A. Degree in Elemenary or Early Childhood Education and must have a Standard N.J. Teaching Certificate. No candidate will be considered without these qualifications. Orientation and training: August 25 - 29, 2014. No calls, thank you.
How to apply

Please email cover letter, resume and copy of certification to the attention of Victoria Hayes, Center Director.

Email: thenurturingplace@gmail.com

• Location: Other


Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 11:58 AM


We are currently looking for exceptional special education teachers who believe all children can learn and are passionate and committed to helping our scholars acquire the skills and knowledge they need. Our teachers are provided with everything they need to succeed from professional development, to technology in the classroom.

At Summit Academy Charter School (SACS), we do whatever it takes to ensure that ALL of our scholars successfully graduate from college and are ready for the high-skills job market. We support our scholars with an unprecedented array of support services.

View Job Details:
http://www.postjobsnow.com/1205825/middle-high-school-special-education-teacher-recruitment-fair-summit-academy-charter-school-brooklyn-ny/

• Location: Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY


Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 8:02 AM

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Want to teach in China while learning culture/language, and travel?

We are looking for ESL teachers who would like to teach in China for a year or more. You can choose to teach at universities, public, private schools, or training centers (kindergarten kids to college students or adults. Cities include: Beijing, Jinan, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Qinhuangdao, Dalian, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Changchun, Jiamusi, Urumqi, ect. Different school s have different requirements and salaries. Some schools (although not many) need subject teachers as well (often better pay) such as computer science, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, ect.
Requirements:
• Be native speakers with a US passport and able to pay one way flight to China ($800 to 1000 or so, summer is more expensive)
•With Bachelor degree or higher preferred (we have some schools accepting high school diploma)
• With teaching experience preferred
• With TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA certificates, or state teaching license is preferred (some schools do not need it)
• Be healthy , passionate, and no criminal activity recorded and ONE YEAR commitment (we do have short term teachings, at least 4.5 months, but the pay is about $900 a month with free meals and housing)
Benefits:
• Free housing or housing allowance provided
• Free medical insurance
• Paid Chinese public holidays and maybe vacation days
• Salary of $1000 to $2000 per month depending on teaching experience and location
• During or after one year contract, partial reimbursement /compensation of the round trip flight ticket, often return ticket
• Possible additional bonuses or allowances depending on the schools

About us:
Chinese Living in the USA, LLC ( www.chineselivingintheusa.com) is an Educational Consulting and Recruiting firm based in the US. We provide reliable and caring service to our clients and educate them on understanding cultural differences and living in a foreign country. Part of our business is to match American teachers to schools based on interest. We also help child care teachers to find Chinese families to teach kids English at their home.

Teaching English or other subjects in China is a popular and demanding program that hires teachers who teach different level of students English or other subjects in English in China, from kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, to universities. The schools that hire the teachers could be private or public.

As a recruiting firm for the foreign teacher talents, our firm collaborates with schools to help foreign teachers find the positions that will match their qualifications at various cities in China. We provide FREE service to the teachers.
Contact us to find more details about the schools that fit your needs.

• Location: Bronx, Brooklyn, Fairfield, Long Island, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Westchester, China


Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 12:11 AM

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Job Summary

Company
DRS YESHIVA HS FOR BOYS
Location
11561
Industries
Education
Job Type
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DRS YESHIVA HS FOR BOYS


TEACHER
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TEACHER

DRS Yeshiva HS for Boys

Woodmere, NY, seeks

Global Studies Teacher for 2014-2015

E-mail resumes to gkirshenbaum@​drshalb.​org

• Location: Brooklyn, 700 Ibsen St


Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 12:11 AM

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BACKGROUND:

CUNY Prep is an instructional program located in the Bronx, NY. CUNY Prep's mission is to develop lifelong learners who have the academic, personal and social skills necessary for higher education. We serve students ages 16-18 who have left traditional high schools, helping them to obtain a High School Equivalency credential and move on to success through college. We want our graduates to have access to a greater range of opportunities and go on to become active participants in community and civic affairs.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

As members of the CUNY Prep faculty, teachers must be extremely committed and passionate about working with urban youth. They must be highly motivated, self-directed, flexible, reliable, and open to learning new ways of thinking about their practice. CUNY Prep teachers are active participants in creating an engaging, dynamic, and highly effective climate for teaching and learning within the disciplines of Math, Humanities, or Science. Teachers collaborate with colleagues, students, and parents, to develop and support all aspects of the college preparatory program. In addition to academics, teachers are responsible for actively contributing to on-going civic and social events throughout the year. Along with school-wide collaboration, teachers will:

• Facilitate classroom instruction using clear and defined learning objectives.

• Evaluate and assess student learning and progress towards meeting learning objectives.

• Utilize multimedia and instructional technologies to maximize student engagement and learning success.

• Contribute to program, curriculum design, and implementation.

• Actively participate in planning for students transitioning to college.

• Actively participate in all-staff program and academic content area planning, implementation, and evaluation.

• Actively participate in all staff development activities.

• Actively contribute to and participate in student extracurricular activities.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

• Bachelor's degree in instructional field or education, or related field. Master's degree preferred.

• Three (3) years experience in education, preferably with urban high school students.

• Demonstrated expertise in classroom instruction.

• Experience in developing new and adapted curricula to meet student needs.

• Excellent writing and communication skills.

• Strong technology (electronic whiteboard)/computer skills.
How to apply

Please visit https://www.rfcuny.org/hr/pvn/cgi-bin/show_job.asp?pvn=RIS-1740 in order to apply

• Location: Bronx


Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 12:11 AM

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New Dawn Charter High School

New Dawn is a transfer high school located in Brooklyn, New York and we are currently looking for a NYSED certified high school Math teacher. As a transfer school we serve some of the most at-risk students in NYC those who are over-aged and under-credited. We invite people to apply who are motivated by a challenge and are capable of navigating some of the most challenging learning and instructional issues in the City. If you believe that an equitable education is a civil rights issue and that all students deserve a high quality education, regardless of their learning or social/emotional issues, then this is the place for you.
Mission Statement: New Dawn Charter High School will provide over-aged and under-credited students 15-21 years of age, including those who are English Language Learners and those with special needs, the opportunity to return to school and obtain a high school diploma through a rigorous NYSED standards-based education program. Within the framework of the education program, three programs will be offered: 1) Interventions for those with fewer than 11 credits, and for those with 11 or more credits: 2) Internships in the community and 3) College enrollment.
New Dawn will be entering its third academic year and provides an exciting opportunity for teachers with an entrepreneurial spirit to continue to grow a school from the ground up that addresses the needs of some of the most at-risk students in New York City. The successful applicant will have experience teaching Social Studies at the high school level.
New Dawn Charter High School is currently located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn in Community School District 15. New Dawn is no student's first high school and we do not recruit from 8th grade. The program at New Dawn is specifically designed for those students who are struggling with their education and at risk of dropping out or students who have already dropped out.
The philosophy at New Dawn is based on the belief that all students have a right to an education, even if it takes numerous attempts. Students need support in all areas of their lives and teachers are involved in all aspects, working with the whole student. Teachers will be involved in the governance of the school as well through participation in committees. There will be time daily (along with prep periods) for teachers to work together to develop lesson plans, design assessments, and work on professional development.
Ways in which we are different from traditional schools and benefits:
• You will work with some of the most interesting and deserving students in NYC—those who have been left behind, for a variety of reasons, by more traditional organizations;
• Every day will provide not only challenges but opportunities to reach students and leave you with the knowledge that you have in fact made a difference is someone's life;
• Ongoing daily support for you and unlimited opportunities for professional development;
• A principal who not only teaches a class and allows all teachers to observe while she models behaviors but will come to your class and support you in achieving your individual goals for personal growth;
• Peer Committees made up of teachers who visit each other's classrooms and make suggestions to each other with no administrative input;
• Professional Learning Communities who address school-wide issues;
• A very strong support staff who understand that the point of the school is to provide opportunities to students and that their job is to support this goal;
• A supportive Board of Trustees who understand the challenges of working in a transfer school; and
• Participation in a Federal Teacher Incentive Grant (PICCS) where you will be exposed to unlimited future career and growth opportunities.
Ways in which we are different which are outlined in our Charter with NYSED Board of Regents:
• Teachers serve on every committee in the school including: Attendance, Discipline, School Based Student Team, Management, Student Learning Objectives, Staff Compensation, and attend Board meetings.
• We are a full year school running on the NYC DOE calendar from September through June and then July through mid-August;
• Summer session is only a half day but is necessary for our students to graduate;
• We work from 9 to 5 September through June with an hour at the end of the day for professional development and addressing school-wide issues;
• Cost of living increases are given every year but base increases are based on student learning objective outcomes and classroom observations in alignment with NYSED's HEDI scores;
• Instruction is informed by actual data collected by teachers in the classroom and analyzed through the PerfPlus Program;
• Teachers and staff participate in Instructional Rounds with other schools involved in the PICCS project, this is done by visiting schools, conducting classroom observations and developing problems of practice that impact us all;
• Opportunities to becomes trained and certified in the Danielson Classroom Observation Rubric; and
• Access to professional developers from TERC Using Data, Danielson, Metamorphis, A.L.L., among others.
Benefits we offer to all staff:
• Pay at 10% above UFT pay grade;
• A 403B plan for retirement;
• Health, dental and vision insurance;
• We support staff who wish to learn and develop their own charter applications;
• Opportunities for developing leadership within the school;
• Connecting staff to outside consultants who may be able to help you move your career in the direction you have chosen; and
• A community where you will be heard.
Just like our students, we welcome teachers who do not necessarily fit into a traditional model, are beginning their careers, or who have retired--as long as they are willing to work as a team for the betterment of the students.

Position Type: Full-time
Positions Available: 2
Job Categories:
Classroom Teacher > Health
Classroom Teacher > Physical Education
Classroom Teacher > Social Studies: Current Issues
Classroom Teacher > Social Studies: General
Classroom Teacher > Social Studies: Government
Classroom Teacher > Social Studies: US History

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 7:54 PM

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**We need an immediate hire for 1-2 male or female positions-We will be hiring full year help (no longer summer help). You must be available Saturday and Sunday (you may not be needed both days every week as each week it changes). We have a nice staff and are family run. We are currently looking to hire as we have our summer help leaving to go back to school. We are looking to hire within the next week.

**We are looking for males who can play characters and females who can play princesses when needed but can also be party motivators and costumed characters. You must be willing to wear costumes and work all levels of parties-We are not hiring princesses only-we have a small number of princess parties-YOU MUST BE WILLING TO WORK ALL TYPES OF PARTIES!!!!!! You must read this ad completely!!!!!

This is a great opportunity for teachers or people going to school to be teachers. We have many staff members that are teachers including both owners. We also are done usually no later than 7pm- 8pm on most days (excluding DJ parties) so it is nice to still enjoy the weekend. You must have open availability for both days but may only be needed for one day (you will know your schedule prior to the weekend). No phone calls please-apply and we will contact you if we are interested. We only need females performers at this time.

Here is what we are looking for:

**You must be outgoing, responsible, flexible, have a clean appearance, drug-free, professional and dependable***Be willing to provide references**You will be working with children

**** **Someone who lives near Smithtown NY (within 20-30 minutes or less is ideal) or is willing to travel there to pick up accessories and meet each week (You will be meeting there and then going to parties)**
**Must have weekend availability-Most of our events occur Saturdays and Sundays early afternoon into the early evening**If you are not available on Saturdays and Sundays please do not apply
**You must be 18 + years of age, have a clean driver's license and have reliable transportation
**You must be willing to meet with us for an interview and for training (training is paid but at a training rate)
**Looking to start training people within the next week or two-You must be willing to meet and train**
**Serious inquiries only-please do not apply unless you are willing to dress up as a character, learn the routine, etc.
**Non smokers preferred-No smoking permitted during work time**

Please read the entire ad before you apply for the position! This is a great second income. We have a great staff and are looking to add some more people. We are looking to hire within the next week


Looking to make immediate hires-Apply now!

If this sounds like something that may interest you, Please e-mail us the following: You must include all to be considered-any incomplete applications will be deleted.

Your Name
Address (or town you are based from)
Phone Number
Cell Number
E-mail
Approximate age (This is not discriminatory question-we are looking for people who can be princesses and also people for costumes and party motivators-regardless of your answer this will not eliminate you from employment)
Education
A picture (if available-optional) or description of what you look like (height weight, etc.)-the reason we ask is because smaller/larger body types may have issues with certain costumes --This does not disqualify anyone.from being hired. We have smaller characters and larger ones as well.

Resume or you can just write a paragraph on your experience (with children or in the entertainment field)

Types of events that you would like to work

Do you feel you could be a princess character?

Do you smoke?

Please be honest and up front- what would you like to gain from us?

Please submit any upcoming dates that you are not available (vacations, etc.-this will not exclude you from the hiring process it just helps us with scheduling)

References will be required but can be submitted at a later time-No reference will be called without your permission and prior approval


Once we receive your application, we will gladly provide you with all of our information (website, phone, e-mail, etc.) for you to verify that we are Long Island's Best entertainment company (unfortunately in the past we have had previous applicants calling us when our name appeared in the ad). You must fill out all parts of the application to be considered. Any incomplete applications will be deleted.


**Serious inquiries only-Please Do Not apply if you are not planning an accepting a position or if you cannot work both Saturday and Sunday****

• Location: Long Island, Smithtown Based-Long Island


Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 4:10 PM

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Busy preschools in Westport, Fairfield and Shelton need full time 3 year old teacher, full time Pre-K teacher (in Westport), part time infant toddler teachers(all three locations) and on call subs (all three locations). Paid time off, paid holidays and health care benefits for full time. Experience and reliable transportation required. Please include two written letters of reference with your resume.


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• Location: Fairfield, Westport, Fairfield, Shelton

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