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Posted: Friday, October 31, 2014 9:30 AM

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Change for Kids (CFK) believes every student deserves the quality education they need to thrive, and every school needs the proper resources to deliver it. We partner with underprivileged NYC public elementary schools to provide programming in four core areas currently: literacy, arts, healthy living and classroom support.

One school at a time, CFK rallies our community to provide a broad range of essential educational opportunities at under-resourced public elementary schools. By creating inspiring learning environments at our partner schools, CFK enables students to discover their unique strengths and develop the confidence to achieve.

Volunteer Opportunity description

Join the PreK students at P.S. 15 on Wednesday, November 5th from 9:30-10:20am for a morning of reading and fun! You'll be paired with a student with whom you'll read aloud and share an engaging discussion about the book or books you read together. You'll be helping to strengthen reading skills and imaginations!

How to apply

Please send an email to Alyxe Lett at NO LATER than Monday, November 3rd. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!!

9 volunteer spots available so sign up soon!

• Location: Manhattan, 333 East 4th Street, between Avenues C&D

Posted: Friday, October 31, 2014 12:09 AM

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Type Tenured, tenure track
Salary Commensurate with experience
Employment Type Full-time

The American Numismatic Society, located in New York City, invites nominations and applications for the position of the Francis D. Campbell Librarian in its Harry W. Bass Jr. Library. The Society is looking for an outgoing, well-educated individual who can assist members and the public with a variety of questions ranging from all periods of history and geographical areas.

The Francis D. Campbell Librarian will be in charge of the library and archives of the Society, which is one of the largest numismatic libraries in the world. The Society also houses significant holdings of rare numismatic books, manuscripts and related items. The Librarian will undertake day-to-day activities such as visitor services, acquisitions, research support for members, and management of the Library website and its online catalogue. S/he will perform research on aspects of the collections and contribute frequently to the publications of the Society such as the ANS Magazine, the American Journal of Numismatics, and other publications in the field. S/he will supervise an assistant librarian, who is the principal cataloguer of the collection. The Francis D. Campbell Librarian will engage in a program of digitizing parts of the Library and collaborating with other staff in promoting the digital resources of the American Numismatic Society. The Librarian is expected to raise funds from public and private sources for activities of the Library.


MLS or equivalent degree from an accredited school and ideally advanced degree in a subject relevant to the Societys mission
At least 5 years experience in an academic or specialized library
Experience providing research support in an academic or specialized library setting
Demonstrated ability to work collegially in a small team
Ability to work independently with a variety of users
Strong public service orientation
Excellent analytical, organizational, oral and written communications, and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated record of designing special projects, securing funding for them, and completing them in a timely manner
Familiarity with the principles of curating rare books and manuscripts
Commitment to conduct independent scholarly research

The Francis D. Campbell Librarian reports to the Executive Director.

For more information about the Harry W. Bass Jr. Library and the American Numismatic Society visit and

Salary commensurate with experience. Generous benefits.

Applications should reach the Society by October 10, 2014. Please submit a letter, a resume, names and contact of information of three referees to Interviews will be held at the Society after October 15th, 2014.

• Location: Manhattan, 75 Varick St, New York, NY 10013

Posted: Thursday, October 30, 2014 4:14 AM

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Practice Makes Perfect is an innovative education organization that partners with communities to create high quality summer learning opportunities for inner-city youth from elementary school through college matriculation.

Volunteer Position: Practice Makes Perfect (PMP) is seeking a volunteer to assist the Development Coordinator with major donor profiling, data mining, researching/writing proposals to foundations and corporations, donor engagement, and event planning for both large and small events. Great experience for a college student or recent graduate interested in education, development, and non-profits.


-Pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree with strong writing and researching skills.

-Has excellent interpersonal, written and oral communications skills.

-Has the ability to manage several projects at the same time.

-Is computer proficient and possess experience using the Internet to attain information not easily found.

-Proficient use of MS Excel, Powerpoint, and Word.

-Is comfortable making "cold calls" to organizations, businesses, and foundations

-Must be able to work well with others under deadline pressure. Knowledge of fundraising is a plus.

How to apply

Please send your resume and why you are interested in the volunteer position to Lauren Reilly at and

• Location: Manhattan, 242 W 30th St, Suite 806

Posted: Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:16 AM

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About Explore Schools

Explore Schools is a network of high-performing public charter schools providing 1,800 students in central Brooklyn with the outstanding education they deserve. Our mission is to provide students with the academic skills and critical-thinking abilities they need to succeed in a college-preparatory high school. Our team works relentlessly to achieve ambitious goals through perseverance, commitment, and a belief in the collective strength of the team.

What We Believe

We believe that all children can learn when immersed in a rich environment full of high expectations, rigorous academics, and caring, committed adults.
A child's educational outcome and life trajectory should not be determined solely by their zip code.
It is both our privilege and responsibility to help close the opportunity gap in the Central Brooklyn community by increasing the high school graduation rate by 10%.

About the 5th Grade Position:

Explore Schools is seeking a 5th grade ICT teacher who believes deeply in our student-centered mission by constantly holding students to high expectations, working tirelessly towards results, and possessing a "whatever it takes" attitude. Ideal candidates thrive on continuous feedback, value collaboration, and continuously strive to improve their craft.

Key Responsibilities:

Provide a range of instructional, management, and assessment strategies to meet the needs of all scholars
Create rigorous lesson plans and unit plans driven by data
Collaborate with staff members to create an engaging lessons and a positive school culture
Provide support for students by working in small groups and collaborating with classroom teachers in an inclusion setting.
Provide direct service and special education support to students to help them achieve their IEP goals.
Participate in creating, revising, administering, and grading assessments and tracking student data.
Facilitate testing accommodations and modifications for students with IEPs.
Track student data and uphold high behavioral and academic expectations
Participate in creating, revising, administering, and grading assessments
Continuously communicate and build relationships with students and families
Create an inviting and engaging classroom culture
Uphold Explore's behavioral expectations for all students


A willingness to make things happen and a passion for closing the achievement gap
The ability to execute and communicate in a direct and sensitive fashion
A steadfast commitment to collaboration and teamwork
Professional integrity, flexibility, and a reflective attitude
Master's degree, strongly preferred
New York State teaching certification, required


Competitive and commensurate with experience

To apply:

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:09 AM

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The philosophy and purpose of The Boys' Club of New York is to provide its members with guidance and leadership so that they may develop into productive and morally sound members and citizens of their local and national communities. In doing so, BCNY works closely with its members and their families while maintaining a professional and volunteer adult staff dedicated to administering a wide range of programs designed to foster and promote emotional, social, physical, intellectual, educational, vocational and professional growth among all BCNY members.

Volunteer Opportunity description

Homework Help volunteers provide academic support to small groups of BCNY members of various ages ensuring that members complete their homework and use good study skills.


Manage small groups of boys during drop-in 'Homework Help' sessions and in study halls
Provide academic support in English, Language Arts, or Math for students in K-12
Help members answer specific questions, keep members focused and on task, as well as reinforce necessary basic learning skills as needed
Observe and refer individual members in need of further assistance to the Educational Director for additional support
Assist in the implementation of classroom curriculum and weekly lesson plans as needed
Follow designated schedule and curriculum with routine for students
Support the determination of the ongoing needs and interests of members and parents and review/revise programs to meet their needs


Education, Social Work, Psychology, English, and other highly relevant majors are encouraged to apply
Interest in pursuing a career working with or instructing youth are also encouraged to apply
Commit to sharing knowledge and contributing to youth and community development
Willing and able to share experience and serve as a role model and mentor
Knowledge of NYC standards is a plus



Explorer (6-9), Junior (10-13), & Seniors (14-20)

Competencies Needed:

Oral Communication
Written Communication
Problem Solving
Quality Management

Time commitment

Minimum of 1 cycle (9-11 weeks), 3-6 hours a week is preferred.

Skills Gained

Classroom Management
Lesson Design
Partnership Building
Problem Solving

How to Apply:

Online at BCNY's website:
By email:
In person at any clubhouse (see location)

• Location: Manhattan, 287 East 10th Street

Posted: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 8:15 AM

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Step Instructor
The Art of Stepping – New York, NY
Job Description(s)

Dance/Step Instructor (Part Time)

Starting Pay: $25.00 an hour

Must be available: Monday – Friday/ 3:00pm – 5:00pm or 4:00pm -6:00pm (Note you will be assigned 1 or 2 days a week per contract)



Description: Art of Stepping is looking to hire Step Instructors who will work directly under the Founder & President to teach our trademarked/copyrighted program. We are looking for someone who likes to work with children, passionate about the arts and physically active. All applicants will undergo a thorough screen test and background check. Upon passing the prior candidates will be contacted and scheduled for an interview with the President and Director of Finance.

About Us: Art of Stepping™ is a national recognized and accredited organization that provides interactive and exclusive curriculum based programs that teach stepping through mathematical formulas. The organization is owned and operated by Remo Production, Inc., a company founded by celebrity step choreographer, Jessica “REMO” Saul. AOS currently has operations in California, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, New York and New Jersey and operates via its three divisions, AOS After-School, AOS PRO, and AOS Events. AOS’ mission is the fight against childhood obesity. Art of Stepping is the proud recipient of the 2010 President’s Council on Fitness, Sport and Nutrition Community Leadership Award.


Ø Work with assigned school to teach stepping through the use of mathematical formulas. You will be trained by Founder & President from the coding to choreography. Upon completion of training you will be assigned a 9 month contract.

Ø Must be able to attend three (3) day site training.

Ø Materials will be provided on the field such as but not limited to gear, manuals, dvd and cameras.


Ø Must be able to travel to the assigned location.

Ø Must have access to a computer and the internet.

Ø Ability to work with children of all ages.

Ø Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

This job description is issued as a guideline to assist you in your duties. Given the evolving nature and changing demands of our business, this job description may be subject to change. You may, on occasion, be required to undertake additional or other duties within the context of this job description, and according to the needs of the business.

To Apply for this position: Respond to this ad by emailing, with a resume attached to email.

• Location: Other

Posted: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 4:08 AM

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Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services.

One in nine New Yorkers—over two million people—don't speak English well or at all. Over a million adults also lack a high school diploma. Yet most immigrant New Yorkers don't have access to educational opportunities to gain these skills.

Make the Road New York helps meet this need by providing English, computer, and High School Equivalency classes to almost 1,700 adults annually. Our graduates are better able to help their kids with homework, communicate with their doctors and accomplish their educational and employment goals.

Under the guidance of our talented HSE staff, the volunteers will help and conduct the HSE classes given to over 25 students and will be in charge of related administrative work.

Volunteer Responsibilities

Help the HSE instructors develop the curriculum and teach classes in any of the following areas; Social Studies, Science, Spanish Reading and Spanish Writing.
Grade papers and perform other administrative duties as needed.
Maintain grade books, input students' progress and track attendance.
Develop incentives to keep participants in class.
Work with program coordinators to ensure initiatives are being met.
Tutor students on an individual basis.
Observe and evaluate student's performance.
Note: MRNY will train volunteers to ensure they can complete each responsibility.

Volunteer Requirements

Volunteers are asked to commit to one or more days a week throughout the duration of a 3-month quarter. Minimum 8 hours a week.
Ability to work autonomously.
Minimum one year experience teaching youth and/or adults.
Must be proficient in Spanish (HSE classes are giving in Spanish).
Must have a Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Preferred but not required knowledge in the Common Core Standards.
Strong desire to support and work with the immigrant community.
Great teamwork, communication skills, and an enthusiastic commitment to supporting the mission of Make the Road New York.

How to apply

This is an ideal fit for college students, retirees, and other engaged community members! Please submit cover letter and resume to

• Location: Queens, 92-10 Roosevelt Avenue, Jackson Heights

Posted: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 12:16 AM

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

The Urban Assembly
90 Broad Street, Suite 2101
New York, NY 10004

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

Submit cover letter and resume to with "SOT Intern" in the subject line.
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
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: Monday, October 27, 2014 7:34 PM

Government Sponsored Primary School Teaching Jobs - Beijing

• Earn a good local salary 
• Live in a free, furnished apartment close to your school
• Teach in the historic, modern downtown of Beijing city
• Enjoy a great teaching schedule without weekend classes
• Experience teaching in Beijing's top public primary schools
• Teach 16 hours per week
• Primary school level students (7 – 12 year olds)
• Live & teach in fast moving Beijing city!
Earn a great salary with free apartment and teach on a government sponsored English Immersion Program under the Ministry of Education of China.

8 Top Reasons to Join the EIP Program
• Earn a good local salary 
• Live in a free, furnished apartment close to your school
• Teach in the historic, modern downtown of Beijing city
• Enjoy a great teaching schedule without weekend classes
• Experience teaching TEFL in Beijing's top public primary schools
• Teach 16 hours per week
• Primary school level students (7 – 12 year olds)
• Live & teach in fast moving Beijing city!

• Start ASAP

• Throughout Beijing

About the EIP Program
The EIP Program has been designed for school children of top public primary schools in Beijing to acquire better English proficiency and better knowledge of English-speaking countries, their people and cultures. 

Every year, we invite native English speakers to teach English as foreign teachers or interns at our Program Schools in Beijing. 

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply!

How to apply

For an application pack, please email us with a copy of your resume and recent photo - or apply at

Please note, that only applicant who meet the qualification criteria will be contacted.

We’ll get back to you to set up a Skype interview after we review all your application materials.
• Native speakers from major English-speaking countries
• 4-year college / university degree
• Teaching, working or tutoring experience with kids preferred 
• 100+ hour TEFL certificate 
• RMB 6,000 per month based on a 16-hour weekly teaching load *
• Reimbursed international airfare (up to RMB 8,000)
• Free accommodation
• Paid holidays
• National holidays
• Free accident insurance coverage (teachers required to take out their own medical insurance)
• Visas: Sponsorship of “Z” work visa or “F” business visa.
• Free airport pickup upon arrival
• 10 month contract
• Full teaching curriculum provided

* higher paying contracts are available for a 22 hour per week teaching schedule

• Location: Queens, Beijing

Posted: Sunday, October 26, 2014 8:02 PM

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Bonjour tout le monde,

Everyone is able to dance (especially in front of the Eiffel Tower) so is everyone able to learn how to speak a language!

I'm Anne, a student in dance and a native french speaker, so if you feel like learning this beautiful language get in touch with me! I've studied russian in college so I can find the perfect way to learn french for each of my student. Please contact me to know how much I charge ;)

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, October 24, 2014 6:00 PM

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• Location: Brooklyn, ave u bjlyn

Posted: Friday, October 24, 2014 12:08 AM

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The Pixel Academy is a Brooklyn, New York based company focused on teaching kids 8-18 creative digital technologies. We provide workshops in 3D Printing, Game Design, Arduino, and more. We're currently we're running after-school activities in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn as well as working in several public and private schools, and libraries and museums throughout the city. The Pixel Academy is looking for an enthusiastic, energetic, and intelligent person who enjoys working with youth to assist us in our technology educational programming.

Responsibilities will include:

- Mastering interactive technology topics
- Completing an intern digital technology project
- Assisting instructors in designing and executing curriculum
- Working with groups of youth of various ages and varying abilities
- Acting silly and being a role model


- Enthusiastic about learning and being creative
- Experience with various forms of gaming and technology software
- Experience working with youth
- Ability to work evenings (after-school hours)
- Applicant MUST live in NYC and be able to commute throughout the boroughs.

Bonus points for:

- Experience with Unity, UDK, or programming
- Experience with Minecraft
- Experience with 3D Printing
- Experience with electronics/Arduino
- Experience with creating film or animations
- Experience playing an instrument
- Knowing things like: Blender, Maya, Flash, Obj-C, Photoshop, Illustrator… etc.


- Access to state-of-the-art technology like 3D printers and a laser cutter and instruction in how to use them!
- Working in a laid-back and fun atmosphere with like-minded people (it's basically camp all year long)
- Paid internship (what?!)!

*HIGH SCHOOL INTERNS* - You'll be required to enter a college and major during the application process. Just pick something that sounds nice.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 12:12 AM

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Tiny Footsteps - Flushing, NY

About the Job

Daycare/​Preschool Educational Director (Queens)

Queens based Preschool is seeking a Full Time Educational Director.​ The right candidate must have the following qualifications:

Master Degree in Early Childhood Education and NYS Certification Birth-2nd Grade
Min.​ of 2 years of experience working in a daycare/​ preschool setting
Min.​ of 2 years teaching experience with children 12 months to 6 years of age

As an Educational Director, responsibilities would include the following:

- Develop, implement, and supervise new and existing educational programs.​
- Recommend, plan, and implement school policies
- Establish and maintain positive relationships with all public and private agencies
- Act as a liaison for the Education Department
- Maintain exceptional customer relations communication with parents, fundors, referrals sources and community representatives
- Interview and hire all personnel as necessary in accordance with agency policy
- Evaluate the performance of all personnel on an annual basis
- Supervise and evaluate school curriculum and instruction
- Plan and conduct regular staff meetings and/​or professional development with department personnel
- Lead organization in achieving top and bottom line business objectives and driving profitable growth
- Manage and oversee all Education operations
- Consistently call on new customers and develop new business
- Develop annual sales plan in support of organizational strategy and objectives for Education
- Develop sales budgets, projections, and implementation plans
- Successfully relate to and communicate with diverse population of children, families and staff
- Recruit and reach out to area families and foster a sense of community within the center.​ Encourage parental involvement and interactions
- Performs other related duties as assigned

Skills and Characteristics

- Results oriented, driven to meet and exceed targets
- Excellent analytical and strategic skills, good business judgment, problem-solving abilities, and implementation skills
- Demonstrate organizational, planning, management and leadership skills
- A team player with the capability to build high performance teams
- Strong sense of customer service
- Excellent sales skills and performance
- Excellent communication skills
- Strong sense of customer service
- Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
- Ability to build and maintain relationships
- Self-motivated, analytical, quick learner, organized, detail-oriented, multi-tasker
- High standards in ethics, service and image
- MS suite proficiency

For consideration, please email your resume and salary requirements to or call at 718-969-5500.​

Principals only.​ Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.​
do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

• Location: Queens

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 9:50 PM

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Beginning in 2010, JPMorgan Chase launched The Fellowship Initiative (TFI) in New York City to see if the right combination of intensive academic and leadership training could help young men of color complete their high school educations prepared to excel in high quality, four-year colleges and universities. This pilot demonstrated that with a comprehensive enrichment program, these students were able to rise to the challenge, work hard and expand their own expectations of what they could achieve.

Recognizing the power of TFI to change lives, JPMorgan Chase decided to continue the program in New York, expand it to two new cities – Chicago and Los Angeles – and grow the number of young men served in each city to 40.

One of the key components of TFI's success is a Saturday Institute that combines academic enrichment with an experiential learning component. To that end, TFI is looking for a High School Math Teacher with the following qualifications:


Strong commitment to, belief in, and alignment with TFI's mission and vision
High level of professionalism
Open to feedback and willing to engage in a cycle of continuous improvement
Commitment to analyzing student achievement data and its use to drive instruction
Steadfast belief that each and every student is capable of high levels of academic achievement
Own the academic results of their students
Bachelor's degree in Math or a related area
Two years urban teaching experience preferred
Measurable evidence of driving academic growth for students highly preferred


Develop and deliver two 90 minute lessons three Saturdays a month from October through June
Develop and teach highly engaging, academically rigorous curriculum and lessons, aligned with the Common Core Standards
Inspire students to hold themselves to a high standard of academics and character
Use high quality classroom management practices to ensure a focused, safe and caring environment
Analyze ongoing assessment data and use it to inform instruction
Provide small-group tutoring

How to apply

Send your resume to TFI Program Manager Clifford Thomas :

• Location: Manhattan, 277 Park Avenue, Conference Center

Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:13 AM

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Eye Level - Sands Point, NY

About the Job


Eye Level is a supplemental education program that teaches students Math and English from ages 3 to 16.​ This is a self-directed education program that strives to ensure mastery in topics through academic coaching.​ Class is set up as a low teacher to student ratio, and teachers are responsible for tracking students’ progress and ensuring mastery of topics as well as conferencing with parents.​

The position is perfect for candidates interested in becoming teachers or is in the process of becoming a teacher.​ This position provides excellent experience with children and classroom management as well as offering another curriculum and supplemental materials.​ You will gain vital experience for anyone who wants to boost their resume and need references for future job endeavors.​ This position also has room for growth including lead teacher positions as well as running multiple centers.​

Our positions are available at the following locations:

1.​ Port Washington

2.​ Williston Park

3.​ Hicksville


1.​ Bachelor’s Degree (Certified Teacher Preferred)

2.​ Excels in Math

3.​ Flexible Work Hours

4.​ Able to work the following but not necessarily all these days and hours: Mondays to Fridays 3pm-7pm

5.​ Must be able to work Saturdays 9am to 2pm

6.​ Experience with kids and parent communication

7.​ Familiar with the common core standards

Job Description

1.​ Teach Math and English to a low ratio of students from ages 3 to 16

2.​ Implement the Eye Level curriculum at our centers

3.​ Track student progress and conference with parents

4.​ Build up students of your own and retain your students

5.​ Help enroll new students through phone conferences with interested parents or walk in appointments

6.​ Administer diagnostic exams and evaluate starting point of each student

7.​ Grade booklets and record student progress

8.​ Order office supplies and booklets

9.​ Maintain schedule on the computer and make adjustments as needed

10.​ Light office cleaning including sweeping and wiping down desks

For more information please visit our website at

Please email your resume to

7 days of training at $10 an hour
$12 an hour for non-certified tutors
$15 an hour for certified teachers

• Location: Long Island

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 10:37 AM

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To become certified Home Health Aid in 3 weeks or Pharmacy Technician in 5 weeks

The course is instructed by a Registered Nurse and a National certified Pharmacy Technician professional using NYS DOL and NYS DOE approved curriculums. The school where the trainings are taking place is licensed by NYS Dept. of Education.

Candidate Required Qualification:
1. High school graduate or equivalent
2. Unemployed for 20 weeks or more (need to show the approval from either Workforce Centers or Dept. of Labor)
3. Able to commit to the required weeks to complete the training

For candidates who don't qualify for #2, the school can offer substantial tuition prices reduction, please join our informative session to find out more.

Informative sessions and the trainings will be held at the following address. Please email us for what information session you would like to register or just show up the session with your resume.

Cambridge Business Institute
545 8th Avenue, 12th Floor, Manhattan, NY 10018 (Btw. 37th/38th St.) 212 868-5990

Home Health Aide - 3:00pm Monday - Friday
Pharmacy Technician - 4:00pm Monday - Friday

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 12:10 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.


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

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

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