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Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 4:09 AM


Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School (LAB) is an open enrollment public charter school in downtown Brooklyn, which opened in 2014 and currently serves 6th grade and will be serving grades 6-7 in fall 2015. LAB has an extended school day ending at 5:15pm. LAB's mission is to provide students with the academic foundation, digital literacy, and leadership skills necessary to succeed in college and careers. LAB employs a next generation, blended learning model with a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with a focus on personalized learning. We have support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Next Generation Learning Challenges, and the Charter School Growth Fund.

Be a part of LAB's Tutor Corps. The LAB Corps is a prestigious, one-year urban education fellowship that recruits college graduates from across the country. During this year of service, fellows work with LAB students in small group or 1:1 tutorials, providing personalized academic support, mainly in math, reading, and writing, and supporting habits that foster academic success. We look to develop a diverse group of dedicated future leaders who invest their time and energy in the academic success of low-income youth, while building critical personal relationships with students and families. The LAB Corps is a great experience for college graduates interested in a career in education, social justice, policy, or those who plan to pursue graduate, medical, policy, business, or law school.

LAB Corps Fellows may be invited at the end of the their Fellowship year to participate in the LAB Teacher Residency program – an apprenticeship with an academic fellowship for members to complete their Masters in Education while apprenticing under the mentorship of one of LAB's Master Teachers.


Fellows tutor primarily in math, reading, and/ or writing, but we are looking for candidates with diverse interests and skills, particularly in STEM fields.
Fellows develop curriculum to lead enrichment classes such as computer programming, languages, video game design, digital video editing, robotics, music production, or debate.
Fellows will assist teachers with behavior management in classrooms.
Fellows support the LAB staff by taking on operational duties such as event planning, managing student testing, writing grant proposals, working on the next generation learning platform used at LAB, social media promotions, lunch duty, transition monitors, and bathroom monitoring.
Fellows contact families of LAB scholars weekly about student progress.
Fellows will attend and volunteer at all school wide events.
Fellows participate in intensive training in the summer and throughout the school year weekly professional development sessions focused on Doug Lemov's "Teach Like a Champion" taxonomy.


Bachelor's Degree required (all majors welcome, teaching certificate not required)
Commitment to LAB's mission
Experience working with low-income students, students with disabilities, and/or English language learners
Ability to receive and strategically implement feedback
Strong communication, writing, and math skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Entrepreneurial mindset, having the ability to adapt to change easily
Prior coaching, tutoring, or teaching experience
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Must be willing to comply with a criminal background check and FBI fingerprint check
Proficiency in speaking Spanish (preferred)

How to apply

Step 1- Please fill out an online application here:

The application will be available on November 26th. We recommend that you apply to one of our three deadlines:

Round 1: Application Due January 16th

Round 2: Application Due February 27th

Round 3: Application Due April 10th

Step 2- Phone Interview

Step 3- Scenario Exercise

Step 4- Google hangout interview

Step 5- Group Interview

Select applicants will be invited to an on-site interview where they will be required to deliver a sample tutorial. Each applicant will receive a lesson plan 48 hours in advance to prepare for his or her tutorial. After the tutorial, candidates will debrief and receive feedback from the LAB Corps Director or other staff. Direct all questions to

• Location: Brooklyn, 240 Jay Street

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 4:09 AM



Denver, CO; New York, NY; Amherst, MA - preferred; Remote location possible

About the Organization

Expeditionary Learning is a leading K-12 education non-profit that is meeting the national challenge to raise student achievement. Combining challenging work with the joy of discovery and pride in mastery, EL offers the education we would want for every child: one that prepares citizens with both the skills and the character necessary for success throughout college, work and life.

Our portfolio of instructional materials and coaching services draws on 20+ years of success in more than 160 EL schools, serving 4,000 teachers and 53,000 students in 31 states and Washington D.C. Based on founding principles of meaningful work, character and respect for teachers, EL's offerings transform teaching and learning to promote habits of scholarship and character that lead to high student achievement, regardless of student background.

In addition to success on standardized tests, EL students demonstrate critical thinking, intellectual courage and emotional resilience; they possess the passion and the capacity to contribute to a better world. For more information, visit

About the Position

EL has gained national recognition as an organization providing high quality curriculum and professional development on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Having designed and written CCSS-aligned curriculum for Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) in NYS, we are now entering Phase II. This Phase will include deep revisions, including creating additional supports for English Language Learners (ELLs) and struggling learners. Teachers or school coaches (within and beyond the EL network) who have deep experience using the modules are specifically encouraged to apply.

Period of contract is full-time, approximately from February or March 2015 to summer 2016, with the potential of continued work within our organization.

A curriculum designer with ELL expertise will serve as an embedded member of a grade level team to revise curriculum materials and build additional supports specifically for English Language Learners.
S/he will:

Serve as ELL expert to build team capacity and ensure quality deliverable
Critique and revise curriculum, focused on these categories: assessments, writing, reading, vocabulary, pacing and engagement
Shape and/or revise assessments
Ensure consistent instructional practices across units and modules
Coordinate closely with EL lead curriculum designer and grade level lead writer
Build capacity: train teams and provide kind, helpful, and specific feedback on EL scaffolding for ELLs (within or across teams for grades 3, 4, and 5)
Serve as lead writer for the "Unit Level Companion Guide" providing specific strategies to support English Language Learners in reading the module texts and writing tasks
Participate in regular mainstream grade level or cross-grade collaboration
Honor EL organizational norms and foster a collaborative team culture
Proactively communicate if issues with the group or individuals arise
Willingness to travel; attend design retreats and/or trainings
Participate in design, critique, and revision at the module, unit and lesson level
Revise lessons based on criteria and multiple rounds of feedback


A master's degree in education, specialization in teaching English Language Learners preferred
5 or more years of experience teaching in elementary grades: English Language Learners, coaching teachers to support in ELLs, bilingual education programs, and/or dual language programs
Experience implementing or supporting the implementation of EL's NYS curriculum preferred
Curriculum design expertise (backwards design, assessment, project-based learning, addressing CCSS standards and "shifts")
A deep understanding and commitment to Expeditionary Learning's model of curriculum, instruction, and assessment
Strong interpersonal written and verbal communications skills (phone, email, in-person, video conference)
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) and other presentation formats
Strong research skills (e.g. identifying appropriate texts, websites, or resources)
A dynamic ability to manage complex tasks and tight deadlines independently and proactively
An ability to analyze, critique, and creatively revise curriculum across multiple grade levels
A keen eye for detail
Outstanding curriculum writing and editing skills: efficient, concise, sequential, and able to write and edit quickly with minimal supervision
Strong self-motivation and self-management skills; an effective independent worker
High efficacy, high flexibility, and a sense of humor
A strong collaborative, team-oriented and flexible approach. A commitment to advocating for equity and access to rich education programs focused on research-based best instructional practices for English Language Learners
Comprehensive knowledge of the educational needs of the diverse populations of ELLs in grades 3-5, including newly identified and emerging groups of ELL students
Ability and/or motivation to tap into local and national resources and organizations to help enrich our work


The anticipated start date for this consulting contract is February or March 2015. Applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled. Please submit your resume and one page cover letter (in MS Word or PDF format) to

In order for EL to accurately review your application, please attach these documents in MS Word or PDF format and do not include them into the body of the email. The subject line of the e-mail must include "Curriculum Designer - ELL Expertise."

In your cover letter, identify the position you are applying for and how you heard of the consulting opportunity and Expeditionary Learning. No phone calls please. EL will respond only to finalists.


Expeditionary Learning seeks individuals of all backgrounds to apply for this position. We are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization and want to engage all those who can contribute to this effort.

Expeditionary Learning provides equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees and prohibits discrimination with respect to the hiring or promotion of individuals, conditions of employment, disciplinary and discharge practices, or any other aspect of employment on the basis of gender, race, color, ethnicity, disability, or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Coney Island USA, a nonprofit theater and visual arts organization in Brooklyn, NY, is seeking an Executive Director to work alongside our Artistic Director and Founder to guide the organization in its next stage of growth.

Organization Information
Coney Island USA exists to defend the honor of American popular culture through innovative exhibitions and performances. Presenting and producing exciting new works, our approach is rooted in mass culture and the traditions of P.T. Barnum, dime museums, burlesque, circus sideshows, vaudeville, and Coney Island itself. Preserving and championing a set of uniquely American visual and performing art forms, we seek to create an international forum for cultural preservation and discourse, and where Coney Island represents these impulses, we strive to make it once again a center for live art and entrepreneurial spirit.

Coney Island USA operates a multi-arts center in a landmark building in the heart of Coney Island. We present and produce programming in two venues: the Coney Island Museum and Sideshows by the Seashore. Serving both New York City and an international community that includes visitors to Coney Island and enthusiasts of various cultural forms, our signature activities include the Mermaid Parade, the Coney Island Circus Sideshow, the Coney Island Museum, and new theatrical work. Much more about our wide array of programming can be gleaned from our website at

Job Description
The Executive Director is a significant part of Coney Island USA’s leadership structure. Working with in tandem with the Artistic Director and the Board of Directors in support the organizational mission, the ED is Coney Island USA’s financial and administrative leader. As such, s/he develops and helps fund the financial and managerial structure to support our mission. Working in partnership with the Board, the ED hires operational staff, oversees human resources, guides and develops fundraising strategies with the Board and development team, and supports the work of the Artistic Director.

• Oversee the administrative staff, including the development team, the General Manager and her/his staff, and the Office Manager and accounting team.
• Lead Coney Island USA’s capital, strategic, and operating fundraising efforts through effective cultivation of foundations, individuals, and corporations with the Development Director and with strong support from the Board.
• Work closely with and expand the Board of Directors of Coney Island USA in support of fundraising, operations, and programmatic goals.
• In partnership with the Board Chair, set agendas and schedules for the Board of Directors.
• Build strong working relationships with key leaders in the arts and funding communities in New York City, including representing Coney Island USA in peer networking opportunities and other collaborations.
• Organize and guide annual budgeting strategies with the Artistic Director.
• Direct and develop Coney Island USA’s human resources policies, financial health, and earned/contributed income streams.
• Champion the financial viability of Coney Island, USA
• Manage and train administrative staff to share best practices and continuously improve the overall effectiveness of Coney Island USA’s programs.
• Direct and implement long-range capital and strategic planning with the Artistic Director.
• Actively participate in various committees of the Board of Directors.

• A seasoned leader and creative thinker with a passion for innovative artistic work, in any media, and a proven track record for leading, managing, and developing effective teams.
• A proven, self-motivated, and artistically aware professional, able to work closely and in partnership with the Board and staff to ensure the future success of Coney Island USA.
• The successful candidate will be highly skilled in the areas of fiscal management, staff leadership and supervisions, board development, facility management, financial development and long-range planning.
• A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and a minimum of five years experience with an arts and culture nonprofit or for-profit organization in a management role.
• A passion for the mission of Coney Island USA.

The ideal candidate will also have
• Demonstrated experience in fundraising, particularly in the areas of individual giving and grant-based government and foundation income.
• Strong business skills and experience in budgeting, presenting, and interpreting monthly and quarterly budgets; financial management; or an advanced degree in business is strongly preferred.
• A proven ability to successfully develop and implement long-term strategic and annual plans.
• Strong computer skills and the ability to understand/manage Quickbooks, MS Office, and web-based collaboration tools such as Google Drive.
• Additional expertise in problem solving, communications, employee mediation, and relationship building are a must.

Personal Attributes
• A strong leader in character and vision-able to bring out the best in others
• Highly collaborative-able to inspire confidence and trust
• Able to bring a warm personality and a sense of humor to the work

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Position comes with health insurance, health care flexible spending account, and transit chex.

How to Apply
Please send a resume and cover letter addressed to the board of directors to No phone calls please. Applications will be accepted until April 30th, 2015.

Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

• Location: Manhattan, Brooklyn

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


A well respected Manhattan-based behavioral health agency is seeking a Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist to be a Liaison within PROS program for two PROS Teams. Deliver IPS services to clients, i.e. provide recovery oriented vocational counseling and assessment toward community integration and competitive employment, attend team meetings, and run vocationally oriented groups. Work with Vocational Department team members to coordinate and supervise client workers in work training program. Work with ACCES-VR referrals who attend The Bridge for vocational evaluation, training, and employment placement services.

Qualifications: Masters Degree (CRC or LMHC) or equivalent. Computer proficiency, good writing, organizational and interpersonal skills required.

How to apply

For consideration, forward cover letter and resume to:

Pat Callahan

The Bridge, Inc.

248 West 108th Street

New York, NY 10025


Fax: 212-663-4135

• Location: Manhattan, 248 West 108th Street

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


About the Role

We are seeking experienced account managers to maximize the effectiveness of Teach to One: Math (TTO) implementation at partner schools. The Deputy Director of School Partnerships will partner with regional instructional coaches and operations managers to project manage the development and execution of strategic plans aimed at improving the health and performance of a diverse portfolio of partner schools. In addition, the Deputy Director of School Partnerships will work closely with the Growth & Expansion team to execute on our district expansion and renewal strategy. This role will report to the head of School Partnerships.

What You Would Do

Manage health and performance of school partnerships:

Monitor health and performance metrics for diverse portfolio of partner schools against strategic goals
Partner with school leaders to establish shared annual goals and priorities
Partner with New Classrooms instructional coaches and operations managers to establish internal goals and strategies for each school
Project manage the instructional and operational staff to execute on strategic plans across schools
Manage the escalation of program issues with schools/districts involving central team members as necessary to resolve challenges
Establish strong relationships at partner districts and schools to drive investment and partnership
Engage with central health and performance management team to drive organizational effectiveness through reflection on drivers of success and challenge with school partnerships
Collaborate with instructional, operations and broader program team to understand and manage implementation of new program features

Partner with District team members to:

Align school goals and strategies with district priorities related to renewals, expansion and fundraising
Support instructional coaches and operations managers internalization of key district goals
Provide insight and context for school climate and implementation

What We Are Looking For

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
Demonstrated experience and passion for work in K-12 education
Experience, comfort and demonstrated success working in a variety of diverse district/school settings
Experience leading and/or implementing programs (preferably including a component of implementing technology) requiring a high degree of change management
Strong critical thinking and planning skills coupled with goal setting and strategic planning experience
Ability to operate with purpose, urgency, and accuracy in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
Natural tendency toward innovative and creative problem solving
Comfort working in a highly collaborative start-up/entrepreneurial work environment
Strong leadership capacity with 5+ years of relevant experience
Ability to build strong relationships and motivate a diverse team to meet ambitious goals
Exceptional influencing and communication skills
Willingness to travel up to 30% time

To Apply

Please submit both your cover letter and resume via our online application system. Incomplete applications via Indeed or Simply Hired will not be considered.


Job descriptions provide an overview of the position, but are not designed to dictate responsibilities. Every member of the New Classrooms team is prepared to carry out any task regardless of title or department in order to fulfill the organization's mission.

Work Authorization

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

Experience Level
3 to 10 years

New Classrooms
About New Classrooms

New Classrooms is a nonprofit organization that leverages classroom design, teacher talent, and technology to enable personalized learning for more than 6,000 students in 15 pioneering schools. New Classrooms' first-of-its-kind technology draws from tens of thousands of high quality lessons to create a customized and dynamic curriculum for each student each day. Our flagship instructional model, Teach to One, integrates large group, small group, and individual instruction in ways that enable students to not just learn skills but apply them in real world contexts.

Teach to One grew out of a New York City pilot program called School of One, which TIME magazine named one of the best inventions of 2009. Visit to learn more about our efforts to unleash a wave of innovation in K-12 education that will dramatically improve outcomes for all students.

Working at New Classrooms

We are a passion-led, mission-driven organization. Our team includes a dynamic mix of education policy experts, passionate academics, technology junkies, and business entrepreneurs. We all share a strong belief in every child and a deep-seated interest in improving our schools, solving problems in innovative ways, and getting things done in a fast-paced and highly collaborative work environment.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Girls Incorporated of New York City delivers life-changing programs that inspire girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Research-based curricula, delivered by trained professionals, equip girls to achieve academically; lead healthy and physically active lives; manage money; navigate media messages; and discover an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math. Girls Incorporated of New York City is an independent affiliate of the national Girls Incorporated, the nation's leading expert on issues affecting girls and young women.

Girls Inc. of NYC seeks a dedicated and inspired team member who is committed to creating positive and supportive spaces for girls in an after school setting. The successful Head Basketball Coach candidate will possess the following skills: have a minimum of three years work experience working with a middle school and/or high school basketball team; hold a bachelor's degree or be working towards the completion of that degree; ability to relationship build with High School and Middle School girls; facilitate in an engaging, creative and supportive way; ability to incorporate youth development and community building in curriculum design; have a keen awareness of and celebrate the vast cultural experiences of New York City girls. Responsibilities will also include implementing Girls Inc. basketball curriculum;being present at all games, practices, and related events.


The Head Coach is responsible for delivering basketball programming/running practice two to three days per week in a Girls Inc. of NYC DYCD SONYC (School's Out New York City) program. The two remaining days per week should be used as preparation for the execution of games, practices and/or community service projects affiliated with DYCD basketball tournaments. The Girls Inc. of NYC after school program fosters and develops girls' overall wellness. Girls take advantage of opportunities to grow, define personal goals, and embark on their own journeys.


Position requires flexibility, creativity, organization, energy and passion for inspiring girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
Minimum of 3 years experience working with a high school or middle school basketball team either as a coach or an assistant coach.
A self-starter with the ability to work as a team player and foster cooperative work.
Ability to communicate and relationship build with youth, parents, community leaders, and school staff.
Background in partnering with schools, experiential learning and group facilitation with youth is a must.
Ability to facilitate Girls Inc. direct service programs (sports) with groups of 15-20 girls in grades 6 through 12.
Ability to develop drills and game strategies.
Effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills that follow youth development principles.
Experience working in single-sex, gender equity programs is preferred.
Ability to set up space for girls that challenges gender stereotypes and is LGBT-friendly.
High School Diploma required. Associates Degree or some college degree preferred.
Reliable, timely, ability to receive and provide feedback in a constructive way.

HOURS: The Head Basketball Coach is eligible for 15-20 hours of work per week. A Head Basketball Coach must be available to work Monday thru Friday from 2-6pm.

START DATE: February 23st, 2015


How to apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to No phone calls, please.

• Location: Manhattan, 120 Wall Street, Suite 1804

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Job Summary:

The Assistant Group Leader is responsible to oversee the safety and well-being of a group of 20 school-aged participants in CHCF's after school programs as a partner with the Group Leader. Assistant Group Leaders must love children, be flexible and understanding, act as a positive role model and be a team player. Assistant Group Leaders are a critical part of the success of the after school program, as they provide direction, comfort, innovation and partnership to the after school program. Assistant Group Leaders are actively engaged in all activities and trips.

Essential Job Functions:

Supervision of students

Assures all students are safe
Act as a positive adult role model
Reinforce good communication and respectful behavior
Assist participants during homework period
Ensure all materials and games stay in good condition and treated with respect
Assist Group Leader in maintaining group control


Collaborate with Group Leader
Assist Group Leader with attendance, reports and other documentation
Provide input and ideas to improve and expand after school programming
Communicate with Group Leader, with Site Coordinator, with teachers, with administration, and other school and program staff
Attend trainings and meetings when required
Actively engaged in all activities and trips

*Other duties assigned by Supervisor


Must love children
Must be responsible
Must be a problem solver
Excellent interpersonal skills
Must possess strong listening skills
Must be punctual
Must demonstrate ability to work well with others

Minimum Educational Qualifications:

Currently enrolled, or recently enrolled in high school or college


Some related experience working with children is preferred


Monday to Friday afternoons – must be able to make a commitment to being on time every day

CHCF has two afterschool locations. Please specify on your application which one you prefer, or if you do not have a preference:

PS/MS 279 PS 59

2100 Walton Ave. 2185 Bathgate Ave.

Bronx, NY 10453 Bronx, NY 10457

CHCF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws.

How to apply

Send cover letter and resume to

• Location: Manhattan, 110 William Street, Suite 1802

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of Asian Americans and all of those who are in need. Through a wide range of multilingual services, AAFE provides education, financial assistance and training to empower people, small businesses and neighborhoods. AAFE seeks a qualified, experienced, motivated individual to provide job placement services for unemployed and working poor New Yorkers. AAFE helps job seekers establish careers in sectors that offer good wages and opportunities for advancement. AAFE provides free job readiness skills training, job placement, and continued career advancement support.


 Develop and manage a network of employers and referral sources to secure job orders.
 Implement program outreach activities and recruit clients.
 Perform job readiness evaluation based on clients' skills, education, and work history.
 Develop an individual employment plan based on a job seeker's needs, goals, aptitude, motivation, skills, and employment experience.
 Counsel clients one-on-one and in groups to sharpen career goals and job hunting skills.
 Provide world-of-work orientation and soft skills training to program enrollees.
 Assist clients with job search skills relevant to securing employment.
 Offer referrals to supplementary assistance to help clients become ready for work.
 Refer job-ready participants to appropriate job matches.
 Monitor placements and conduct ongoing evaluations to meet the needs of participants as well as employers.
 Coordinate with other departments, agencies, entitlement programs, social services, etc. to provide continuum of support.
 Conduct presentations to prospective employers, community, and other stakeholders.
 Work with others in the field to share information and best practices.
 Document and track placement data. Compose reports.
 Conduct market research to determine evolving areas of employer demand.
 Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Workforce Development Program Director.

 Excellent communication and relationship-building skills. Organized and detail oriented.
 Excellent data management and computer skills (Word, Excel, Database, and Internet).
 Friendly, professional demeanor. Demonstrated ability to work independently in a fast-paced office.
 Bachelor's Degree in a related discipline or equivalent work experience as a job developer serving low-income and hard-to-place populations is required.
 Bilingual in Chinese and/or Korean/Spanish strongly preferred.
 Sales and marketing experience or experience as a case manager in social services a plus

How to apply

Email resume with a cover letter to with "Job Developer" in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

• Location: Queens, 35-34 Union Street

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Weeksville Heritage Center (WHC), a multidimensional historic site and cultural arts center dedicated to preserving the history of the 19th century African American community of Weeksville, Brooklyn, seeks an Education and Visitor Experience Specialist who will provide key leadership for all visitor experiences in the public spaces of Weeksville Heritage Center. As a senior member of the programming staff, this position is responsible for shaping new directions for visitor experiences, defining programmatic approaches, identifying funding strategies and designing engaging roles for adult and teen docent programs.

New initiatives will align with the museum's mission to: "through a contemporary lens activate the unique history of the 19th century African American community of Weeksville, Brooklyn - through the presentation of innovative, vanguard and experimental programs" with special attention to strategies that make the content physically, socially and intellectually available for a wide range of public audiences, including groups, families, students and adults who visit the center. Uses of mobile technologies and social networking to enhance the visitor's learning experience before, during and after a visit are of great interest.


Organized, flexible with excellent leadership skills; knowledge in communicating cultural, historical and arts topics to public audiences; ability to evaluate program implementation and provide professional development support to a wide range of staff and teachers.

- Three years professional experience in management of informal learning experiences; curriculum development, facilitation of professional development experiences; program partnerships; program management of budgets and reporting;
-Three years experience managing youth and adult staff and associated program operations, especially with under-represented audiences (African American, Hispanic, Native American, young people from low-income backgrounds, girls, and people with disabilities).

- One year PT position, renewable contingent upon funding.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Manages all Education and Visitor Experience permanent and contractual staff. This growing team is responsible for the following engagement areas: Early Childhood and Family Learning, PreK-12 School Programs, Youth Development, University Programs & Partnerships, Adult Education, Docent Programs, Visual and Performing Arts Programming, Agriculture and Nutrition Education programs, Guided Tours and Informal Center Experiences, Educational Resources and Media.

Collaborates with guest artists, curators and exhibition implementation staff in developing educational programs, resources, and interactive media to complement projects. Develops and carefully monitors departmental budgets, contracts, agreements, and other administrative documents either directly or through subordinate staff.

How to apply

Email cover letter and resume to: Subject line: "Education Specialist".

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM


Lang Lang International Music Foundation

Our mission is to inspire and motivate the next generation of classical music lovers and performers and to encourage music performance at all levels as a means of social development for youth, building self confidence and a drive for excellence.

Job description

Are you a music lover, an educator, or an entrepreneur? The Lang Lang International Music Foundation is seeking for a motivated individual with a career interest in developing music education opportunities for music lovers of next generation by working with some of the most impactful people and organizations in classical music field.

Primary Responsibilities

Job responsibilities include but not limited to

Researching and compiling resources and materials for music educational programs
Communicate with educational institutions and classical music organizations
Book performing/event opportunities with institutions
Create ideas, propose for new music education programs, be able to convince board members during challenging situations
Support foundation development by presentations, proposal writing and attending networking events
Learn and oversee multiple educational music programs

Qualifications (Desired skills and experiences)

Experiences in coordinating multiple programs/events/activities
Ability to work collaboratively and independently
Superb communication skills, both verbal and written
Great interpersonal and time management skills
Creative and self-motivated
Experienced in Microsoft Office, especially Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Video filming and/or editing skills are a plus
Ability to multi-task in fast-paced situations
Must love children
Background in music is required (singing, composing, instruments); background in education and art management preferred.

How to apply

Email your resume and cover letter to

• Location: Manhattan, 350 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2202

Posted: Friday, February 27, 2015 10:09 PM


Toddler & Preschool Teacher Ad. (Upper West Side)

Currently recruiting a Bilingual Spanish Teacher Administrator

- Min. 2 years experience as a teacher or a mother
- Toddler Education knowledge
- Constructivist teaching experience
- Adaptability and flexibility ("startup spirit")
- Humble, collaborative mentality
- have experience in business or in a business related field

We are 'Amiguitos Spanish Montessory Program" that nurtures talents. We look for a Teacher who loves children and want to be part of an exiting team.

If you meet the requirements, please send us a copy of your resume. Also, take time to tell us about yourself and why this role is an ideal fit for you at this point in your career, and why you are a fit for our organizational culture.

compensation: This is a salaried position paid in accordance to your credential and experience
Looking forward to hearing from you!

• Location: Manhattan, Upper West Side

Posted: Friday, February 27, 2015 12:14 PM



We would like to meet some ENERGETIC, CONFIDENT, HIGH-SPIRITED individuals for AEROBIC/MOVEMENT CLASSES AT OUR GYM. We have great class participation, and this would be a great opportunity for the right people!

Located in NYC's East Village.

• Location: Manhattan, St Marks PlACE NYC

Posted: Friday, February 27, 2015 12:13 AM


The Rev. Linnette C. Williamson Memorial Park Association, Inc., a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization providing services to children and families in Central Harlem, NYC, is seeking a PROGRAM DIRECTOR for its summer youth enrichment program, Art and the Gardens.

The program, offered in partnership with The Bank Street College of Education, serves 20-25 children ages 5-11 for seven weeks during the summer. Art and the Gardens operates seven hours per day five days a week, providing instruction and activities in art, horticulture and environmental education with an emphasis on the improvement of basic literacy and life skills. Most activities take place in our three vest-pocket parks and gardens and open-space playground on West 128th and 129th Streets. Field trips are a critical part of the program. Visit our web site for more information:

The Program Director will work in partnership with an educational consultant from The Bank Street College of Education to draft and implement a curriculum designed to enrich the lives of participating children and promote their intellectual, emotional, social, and cultural development. The Program Director's duties will include:

Supervising several staff, including an assistant director, group leader and youth worker
Ensuring the delivery of an engaging, high quality program
Working directly with the children to ensure their full engagement and participation in activities
Meeting and working with parents and guardians during the program.
Purchasing materials and supplies for all program activities.
Drafting a final report at the conclusion of the program.

Experience Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Education preferred
Experience with children
Computer literacy
Patience and perseverance in accomplishing tasks and projects.

Salary: $20 to $30 per hour.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to (No phone calls, please!) We are an equal opportunity employer.

• Location: Manhattan, 65 West 128th Street

Posted: Friday, February 27, 2015 12:13 AM


Mary McDowell Friends School, a Quaker school for students with learning disabilities, is seeking an elementary school assistant teacher for the remainder of the 2014-15 school year.

Bachelor's Degree required.

How to apply

Please email cover letter and resume to or mail to:

Mary McDowell Friends School
20 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

• Location: Brooklyn, 20 Bergen Street

Posted: Thursday, February 26, 2015 8:18 AM


Company Name: Roses Day Care

I am looking for a day care assistant that is available Monday through Friday from 7am to 6pm. You need to be available for the all of those hours. Your shift is between those hours every day but not necessarily all of those hours. You need to own your own car and drive. I have several day cares and need you to drive from one to the other during the day. They are not within walking distance. Please don't contact me if you want to bring your child to work with you. I also require you to have a form filled out by a doctor prior to starting the job. The job is taking care of children. Teaching them colors, numbers, letters and reading to them. Changing diapers, potty training.You must hand feed infants and serve food to older children as well. There is cleaning involved vacuuming, mopping, empting the dishwasher. We take the children out every day. We also get children on and off the bus no matter what the weather.

• Location: Other, Deer Park, NY

Posted: Thursday, February 26, 2015 12:07 AM


Newsela is a fast-growing startup obsessed with a single ambitious goal: to unlock the written word for everyone.

We take daily news from major media and transform it into a personalized learning experience that helps students master the advanced literacy skills they'll need in college and beyond. In less than two years, we've been adopted by hundreds of thousands of teachers across all 50 states and more than 150 countries.

Our dramatic growth has been driven by our educator fans who describe us to their colleagues in terms like "game-changing," "amazing" and "a godsend." Still, there's no resting on our laurels, and that's where you come in. Our teachers and students want more, and we aim to exceed their expectations. If you believe that all students deserve a rigorous, personalized learning experience, if you know that there's got to be a better way forward than what you've seen around, and if you're ready to join the team that's solving the most pressing educational challenge of our time, read on and learn more about the School Coordinator position.

As Newsela's School Coordinator, you…

have a love of writing and are a strong communicator (both written and verbal);
have a passion for helping others and are excited about the opportunity to speak with thousands of teachers, principals and district-level technical coordinators around the world and help them better understand Newsela;
are detail-oriented and organized;
have a passion for education and literacy;
are always teaching others about the newest technology and consider yourself a technology guru;
are a fast learner, highly responsive to feedback and thrive in a fast-paced and exciting work environment;
will amaze our community with the timeliness, responsiveness and graciousness of your stellar technical, problem-solving and pedagogical support;
appreciate the challenges inherent to classroom teaching and assume best intentions in all interactions with educators.
are intelligent, articulate, motivated, innovative, creative and hard-working & can provide examples of any or all of these traits in your cover letter.

We're seeking an individual who wants to work in a new exciting company in one of the hottest start-up sectors. You will work on a highly collaborative, cross-functional and agile team. This is an opportunity to be one of the first 30 employees; this means an environment where everyone is willing to "roll up their sleeves" and figure it out. This position is based in New York City.

Duties and Responsibilities

The School Coordinator will support schools in learning how to use Newsela in the classroom and will be a part of a team responsible for responding to all inbound customer service inquiries via email, chat, social media and phone. This person must also be flexible to work shifts as required including occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays.

This person will also play a key role in identifying patterns and trends about the user experience and respond to user requests and needs, both in private and in public, primarily via online channels like email and chat. The Newsela School Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Community Engagement to efficiently and effectively communicate user requests that will influence the development and enhancement of product features.

In addition, the Newsela School Coordinator will assist with a number of wide variety of proactive strategies. Examples include:

Working with the entire community team to update and edit Newsela's Learning and Support Center to make it best in class.
Managing a list of common teacher questions and answers
Driving the team's outreach with our school principals.
Overseeing the distribution of Newsela memorabilia to our most engaged educators.

Finally, the School Coordinator will work closely with sales and marketing in executing communications that will build awareness and advocacy.

Desired Skills and Experience

Four-year degree from an accredited college or university. English or technical writing majors a plus.
Experience working with primary or secondary students a plus.
Excellent communication, writing and interpersonal skills.
Previous Customer service experience preferred - retail customer service background accepted.
Social media expertise: candidate must be a "super user" of social media and understand its role in engaging our community.
Tech-savvy: candidate must understand technology to provide technical support to teachers and school administrators.


Compensation is commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits.

To Apply

Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to The subject line must read "Newsela School Coordinator" and the cover letter should include how you learned of the opportunity. Newsela is strongly committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all individuals. Newsela will make all employment decisions without unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.

• Location: Manhattan, 519 8th Ave, 21st Floor

Posted: Thursday, February 26, 2015 12:07 AM


Organization Name: Columbia Business School
Industry: Accounting in Higher Education
Job Function: Visiting Professor
Entry Level: No
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Duration: 3-6 Months
Min Education: Ph.D.
Min Experience: 0-1 Year

Job Description
The Accounting Division of Columbia Business School is currently searching for qualified applicants for positions at the visiting assistant, associate, or full professor ranks for position beginning July 1, 2015.

Applicants should have a PhD degree from an accredited institution. All applicants must have a strong research background, methodological training, modeling, and empirical technique. Associate and full professor applicants should have a proven track record of exceptional scholarship in Accounting.

Candidates should possess a doctoral degree at the time of appointment. All junior applicants must have potential for strong research and exceptional teaching. All senior applicants must have a proven record of strong research and exceptional teaching.

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer --Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.

To apply, go to after February 28, 2015.

Email Address:

• Location: Brooklyn, New York, NY

Posted: Thursday, February 26, 2015 12:07 AM


Organization Description:

Community Voices Heard (CVH)
is a 20 year-old membership organization of low-income people working together to influence policy change around issues that impact low-income families' lives.

We were started as a welfare rights organization and have since evolved to work more broadly on economic justice issues. CVH uses a combination of strategies including base-building & mobilization, leadership development, direct-action, legislation promotion & advocacy, grassroots-driven research, media & public education, voter education & engagement, and coalition building to lead campaigns to win benefits for our membership of low-income families.

We have chapters across New York State - in New York City, Westchester, Orange, and Dutchess Counties. Our main office is located in East Harlem/ El Barrio of New York City.

Fellowship Description:

The Gail Aska Policy & Research Fellowship is a full-time, 8 to 10 week fellowship from June through August, and is designed to support and develop the skills of a graduate level student to shape public policy and conduct constituent-driven research on issues affecting low-income communities. The fellowship is inspired by its namesake, Gail Aska, a founding member of Community Voices Heard, and aims to address the gap between public policy and research practitioners and those that are directly impacted by social, racial and economic justice issues.

CVH seeks an individual interested in bringing technical skills and expertise to the grassroots – someone wanting to support the development of policy from the ground up and anxious to fuse one's policy/ research work with ongoing direct-action organizing campaigns. Policy and research work will be oriented around one or more of CVH's four current organizational priority areas: a just social safety net, good jobs and access to them, truly affordable housing, and a participatory democracy.

The position provides a unique opportunity to engage multiple strategies for assisting in moving campaigns forward:

Develop Policy Proposals: craft proposals for local policies and programs that support the advancement of low-income families and communities.
Conduct Research: conceptualize and carry out research on programs and policies impacting low-income families – can include both quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis (with possible supervision of data gatherers).
Support Campaigns: work with community members and organizational staff to develop and implement campaign strategy to win policy proposals at city and state levels.
Provide Training to Community Members: develop and conduct trainings for community leaders on policy issues and processes.
Advocate for Change: participate in meetings with elected officials and governmental committees, and help prepare community members to do the same, to promote organizational policy proposals.


Prospective candidates should possess the following qualifications:

Enrolled in public policy / administration, urban planning, social work, law or other relevant graduate program is required;
Demonstrated commitment to building long-term power for low-income people of color, their families, and their communities;
Excellent research, analytical, writing, and oral communication skills;
Experience in quantitative and qualitative research and analysis, including facility with data analysis software, is preferred. Research design and project management experience is a plus. Previous exposure to action-oriented participatory research methodologies is an advantage;
Knowledge of policy issues affecting low-income communities of color and related to social justice, including affordable housing, poverty, public benefits, etc.;
Personal, lived experience with one or more of the issues/campaigns on which CVH works is preferred;
Spanish language skills desired but not required.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and names & contact information for three references by email to Please put "GailAska Fellow" in the subject line.

CVH is an equal opportunity employer. Women of color are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information please check out our web page at:

• Location: Manhattan, 115 East 106th Street, 3rd Floor

Posted: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 12:06 PM


Are you looking for a certified teacher to tutor your child?
Grades K-6 in reading, writing, math, science, and homework help
Afternoon, evening and weekend appointments available
B.A. in Early Childhood Education
M.A. in Elementary Education
Fifteen years experience
Graduate of Teachers College- Columbia University
Experience: Upper East Side Private School and American Schools Overseas
Resume available upon request
CONTACT Kamara: 917-539-2696

• Location: Manhattan, NYC

Posted: Tuesday, February 24, 2015 10:06 AM


UpBeat NYC is a non-profit, El Sistema inspired organization that uses the pursuit of musical excellence and ensemble performance to bring about positive change in the lives of South Bronx children. All programming is free of charge and open to children of all abilities.

Job description

Children's Violin Class Instructor

Location: South Bronx, New York, NY

Description: El Sistema-inspired music education program for at-risk NYC children

Time Period: January-June 2015 plus 3 week summer session in July (with opportunity to continue the position indefinitely)

Mondays and Tuesdays 4-7pm


Lead 3, one hour group violin classes twice/week for children ages 5-9
Coordinate with Lead String Teacher (an Abreu Fellow) - teaching philosophy, pedagogy, classroom management
Work directly with parents during classes training them to assist with their children's at-home practice


Extensive teaching experience in Suzuki violin pedagogy with groups of young children
Experience teaching box violin initiation classes
Spanish speakers are highly preferred
Familiarity with the El Sistema philosophy

Salary: competitive

Send resume and a brief introduction to:

Liza Austria, Director
468 East 138th Street
3rd Floor
Bronx, NY, 10454
Phone: (718) 766-5291

• Location: Bronx, 222 Alexander Ave

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