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
Employed full-time at a public or private school (in-school references required, job background verification)
Master' degree in education/special education (will be verified)
CT certified special education teacher or works with children with ADHD, OHI, LD,
Live within 20 miles of Greenwich, CT
Know how to coach kids with executive functioning issues
Paid in cash--travel and car required (no benefits)
Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP) offers educational programs to provide young women with an opportunity to analyze and explore leadership through rigorous coursework, experiential and skill based learning, and youth-designed activism projects. Every aspect of the program is designed to support and develop young women to both visualize themselves as leaders and actualize their leadership.
Our mission is to strengthen, empower, and equip young women as agents of change in their lives and the world. By increasing the participation of young women in social, political and economic decision making, SNLP seeks to question and redefine the nature of leadership, and to promote perspectives and practices that are cooperative, accountable, ethical, and effective.
The Dean Leadership Training Program is a skill-based internship opportunity to gain hands-on youth work and facilitation experience. Deans should demonstrate clear leadership experience, as well as, an interest in women's and girls' leadership, social justice, youth development, education, feminism, and non-profit work. The position offers a unique and exciting learning experience, which is fun, dynamic, and challenging. Eligible dean applicants must be young women who are either:
Recent college graduates (2014 graduates and non-masters candidates)
Current Juniors/Seniors at 4-year colleges
Graduates of 2-year colleges
3-4 years out of high school
We are seeking applicants for 2 separate programs/sites:
Summer Institute - Newark, NJ & New York City, 6 weeks
Ready S.E.T. Go! - New York City, 4 weeks
Please read the descriptions below carefully. *Limited scholarships for housing support will be considered for out of state applicants based on need.*
Summer Institute (Newark, NJ & New York City)
The Summer Institute is a 6 week leadership and educational program for high school aged young women. Program participants take rigorous academic and creative classes, meet women representing a wide range of leadership, participate in workshops on relevant issues, and explore leadership and their identities. During the Summer Institute, Deans will work closely with young women for a total of 9 weeks (including an initial 3 week training period) and will receive a stipend of $2,800. This position is available in both Newark, New Jersey and New York City. Please note that we cannot guarantee site placement until the time of hire. However, if you are from the New Jersey and/or the Newark area, please make this clear on your application as we are seeking community representation in the Newark program. We are currently seeking Deans for this position to work from June 15th to August 14th 2015.
Ready S.E.T. Go! (Summer Empowerment Training) New York City
S.E.T. is a 4 week advanced and intensive leadership program for young women who have already completed the Summer Institute in New York City. S.E.T. offers a deeper focus on understanding social justice issues, hands-on leadership work, and practical leadership and life skills. The program is designed to help participants become stronger leaders and activists. During the S.E.T. program, Deans will work closely with high school (and some college) aged women (ages 14-22) for a total of 7 weeks (including the same initial 3 week training period) and will receive a stipend of $2,200. We are currently seeking Deans for this position to work from June 15th to July 31st 2015.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Strong critical thinking skills and attention to detail
Demonstrate leadership and achievement in academic, professional, extracurricular or volunteer settings
Ability to work effectively with diverse groups in terms of ideologies, race, religion, class, sexual orientation, nationality, and ability
Creative, good humored, independent, flexible and mature
Interested in both the social activism as well as female youth development aspects of the program
Preferably have experience working with youth, especially young women (ages 14-22)
Comfortable with and excited about our mission and goals and are able to put them into practice
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a full-time position taking place Monday through Friday, approximately 40 hours per week (with varying hours depending on programmatic necessities).
Be assigned a mentee group of 8-10 young women
Serve as a teaching assistant in an assigned academic or creative course
Lead workshops and facilitate group discussions
Support both programmatic and administrative aspects of the organization
Please note the application is a two part process.
Step 1: Complete your contact information HERE https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-HQBD2_ItHuQ92nqS6SdIbyCm2K3yQXhm0kIkyxXYVI/viewform?c=0&w=1.
Step 2: Email your resume and cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format to: email@example.com. Your materials should clearly state your interest and qualifications. Please include your First & Last Name in the subject line of the email. Your materials should clearly state your interest and qualifications. Also include the names and contact information for one academic and one professional reference (do not send actual reference letters). Do not send additional materials.
All information should be sent as soon as possible but no later than SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd 2015 (midnight EST via email). Only completed applications will be considered.
Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond immediately to every application. We will contact you within approximately four weeks if an interview is requested. We will do our best to notify you as quickly as possible of your application status decisions. No calls please.
SNLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are looking for a diverse applicant pool and strongly encourage women of color, immigrants, members of the LGBTQ community, and students from low-income and working class backgrounds to apply.
Please visit our website: http:www.sadienash.org for more information.
Thank you for your interest in our work and in this position!
The faculty plays an essential role in establishing Unity as a model educational institution. Most critically, faculty members equip students with the knowledge and skills needed – including the desire and capacity to learn independently, think critically, and communicate proficiently – in order to experience secondary and postsecondary success. Unity's learning specialists collaborate general education teachers to develop in students with special needs sound, foundational skills and a strong knowledge base in the liberal arts and sciences. They also foster students' confidence in and appreciation for their abilities to engage in the advanced study of each area. Additionally, they provide opportunities for students to act as young scholars and professionals in applying the skills and knowledge they develop to authentic, real-world applications. In addition to their integrated co-teaching responsibilities in which they determine and provide appropriate accommodations, modifications, and ensure compliance with each student's individualized education program, Unity learning specialists may also work to develop students' non-academic skills and interests as both a co-advisor of 18-25 students and as "Captain" of one of the school's after-school elective clubs.
As professionals, Unity teachers participate in the school's innovative teacher career ladder, which provides a formal and transparent pathway for teachers to: 1. develop their craft and improve as educators through multiple forms of support and training; 2. assume titles with commensurate responsibilities while remaining classroom practitioners; and 3. be generously compensated and formally recognized for their positive contributions to the school. For more information on our unique professional ladder and a teaching career at Unity, visit http://www.unityprep.org/Unity-FAQ-for-Teachers-2013.pdf
A proven track record of promoting student learning in the classroom; at least two years of experience in classroom teaching experience with students with special needs preferred
Knowledge of the principles, practices, and trends impacting inclusion programs including: organization, planning, and program evaluation strategies; techniques and procedures regarding curriculum and instruction design and delivery systems for both special education and core curriculum; human relationships, conflict resolution strategies and procedures; and team building methods and techniques
Strong understanding of special education laws and requirements as demonstrated by an undergraduate or advanced degree in her/his respective discipline; appropriate state certification as a special education teacher along with any other required credentials
Demonstrably strong organizational and classroom/course management skills
Expertise in working with diverse populations of students and families, and in differentiating instruction to fully support the needs of diverse learners
An acumen for actively engaging students in her/his own learning, academically and non-academically
A demonstrated openness and responsiveness to constructive feedback and a strong commitment to continuous improvement and professional growth
Strong written and oral communication skills and experience working collaboratively in team settings
Approaches the profession with maturity, humility, versatility (i.e., embraces the ambiguity and excitement associated with start-ups), a solutions-mindedness with a strong work ethic, and, of course, a sense of humor
How to apply
If you seek to contribute meaningfully to the development and successful operation of an innovative public school with a strong team of talented educators, please visit http://www.unityprep.org/careers/ to submit a cover letter and resume and begin the application process.
As an equal opportunity employer, Unity Preparatory Charter School of Brooklyn hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability.
Elementary School: K-4
Start Date: August 2015
Location: Harlem, NY
The Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem was chartered by the New York State Education Department and opened in Central Harlem in August 2012 with kindergarten and first grade. During the summer of 2015 we will grow to fourth grade and add a grade each year thereafter until the school accommodates scholars in kindergarten through eighth grade. The school has an accomplished and committed Board, which includes its two founders as well as a Head of School. We are looking for experienced educators who are excited by the challenge of being part of a high achieving school and have the dedication and motivation to make it happen.
Mission of the School
Our mission is to provide the children of Harlem with new educational opportunities though a rigorous, comprehensive K-8 program that cultivates the intellectual, social and emotional development of each child. Our students, who will include high functioning children with autism spectrum disorders, will become independent learners and critical thinkers, will acquire the academic skills that they need to succeed in college preparatory high schools and will exhibit the social and emotional skills that will allow them to reach their full potential.
Teaching at The Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem:
High quality, dedicated teachers who have a professional and personal dedication to student achievement are the single most important factor to the success of students and the school. Therefore, recruiting and selecting the best teaching staff is of paramount importance to our success.
Each of our teachers will be supported by:
Attending a new staff orientation
Professional development sessions that target:
Working alongside students with disabilities, specifically students with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders
Conceptual understanding and planning using the Common Core Standards
Deep knowledge of the curricular programs used in the school
Delivery of instruction
Intensive methodology in scaffolding curriculum to meet diverse learners
Developing assessments to track effectiveness of lessons
Including families as partners
Responsibilities of our Teaching Staff:
Have an unyielding belief that all students will achieve
Desire to tailor instruction and "think outside of the box" to expose students to high quality and meaningful instruction at all times
Planning and Preparation
Set and hold students accountable for high academic and behavioral standards
Design rigorous, inquiry-based lessons
Immediately adjust lessons and teaching style if it is not resulting in academic and emotional growth
Consider the various learning styles of students when planning and implement opportunities for all students to participate in every lesson
Delivery of Instruction
Deliver fast paced and stimulating lessons
Classroom Management and Classroom Culture
Maintain impeccable order in the classroom with clear expectations and routines
Develop and maintain a phenomenal room environment that is clean, organized and student centered
Developing as a Professional
Willingness to give and accept feedback in order to promote professional growth
Willingness to be a public learner and participate in learning opportunities with colleagues
Student Data and Assessments
Develop and implement frequent assessments
Use informal and formal assessments to adjust teaching practices
Communicate assessment data with students and families
Maintain student portfolios
Create and implement performance based tasks for multiple subject areas
Participate in frequent review of student assessment data with supervisors
Professionalism and Skills
Impeccable teacher attendance and punctuality is expected
Superior communication skills
Strong work ethic
Educational Background and Work Experience
New York State certification or eligible
Demonstrated success working with students
One year of teaching experience working an urban setting (preferred)
Knowledge and experience working with students with disabilities, specifically high-functioning autism spectrum disorders
We offer a very competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
E-mail cover letter and resume to:
Please type "General Education Teacher" or "Special Education Teacher" in the subject line of your e-mail.
Please do not apply if you do not hold NYS teaching certification or are not eligible for NYS teaching certification through interstate reciprocity.
The Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem is an equal opportunity employer.
ANTICIPATED EMPLOYMENT DATES: May 13 - June 23, 2015 (part-time, remote in the U.S.); June 24 – August 9, 2015 (full-time in Seoul, Korea)
The Resident Director (RD) represents the YES Center in Korea and iEARN-USA in his/her activities during the tenure of their appointment. The RD must be available to program participants on a daily basis; observe participant classes; be available via phone to students in case of emergency. Responsibilities include communicating with iEARN staff in Korea and the U.S., counseling of individual students, attending classes and cultural activities and troubleshooting.
Prior to departure, all Resident Directors may be required to attend a pre-departure orientation organized by iEARN-USA. Resident Directors will begin part-time work remotely in April in coordination with iEARN-USA on orientation planning, conference calls and webinars with students, and logistical support. Resident Directors are required to travel with their respective participant groups at the beginning of their programs and return to the U.S. with the group at the end of their programs.
Resident Directors report to YES Center Program Manager in Korea and iEARN-USA.
-Design 6-week online language prep curriculum for students to teach them basic phrases and alphabet. Any online platform can be used(eg. Adobe Connect)
-Coordinate pre-program communication with students through webinars, conference calls, and editing pre-departure materials;
-Co-facilitate and plan student pre-departure orientation sessions in New York;
-Administrative tasks as needed including a review student and host family information and logistical support for student flights.
- Lead individual and group debriefing sessions with students to enhance learning experience and cultural understanding;
- Travel with students on all program related activities;
- Submit weekly reports to program managers; and
- Work as a member of the YES Center program team to maintain program quality consistent with program goals, and offer consistent guidance to students.
- Bachelor's degree or higher;
- Fluent English language skills, Korean language skills a plus;
- Familiarity with US high school life and culture;
- Proven ability to work with and lead high school students;
- Demonstrated skills in academic and personal counseling; and
- Candidate must have experience living in the United States and Korea.
Compensation: TBD commensurate with experience.
Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The maternity leave replacement in the Foreign Language Department is a full-time position for its duration. Approximate dates: March 2, 2015 through June 5, 2015. Seeking an experienced Spanish teacher whose teaching assignments would include:
Two sections of Spanish 1;
Two sections of Spanish 3;
One section of AP Spanish Language.
This position will require attendance at some School held events, such as parent/teacher conferences, etc.
Experience with Catholic and/or Jesuit education preferred.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Responsibilities and Tasks
Develop and implement interpretive programs for museum visitors of all ages, including outdoor experiences along the grounds and on Wild Walk, natural history walks, green technology programs, behind the scenes tours, canoe trips, live animal encounters, Science on a Sphere programs, general watercolor programs, and many more informal interpretive opportunities
Plan and implement weekly adult-focused art workshops, in conjunction with area artists and Wild Center staff
Manage art supplies inventory, including ordering and restocking
Train and lead fellow summer naturalists in learning basic watercolor techniques and programs that are provided to visitors of all ages
Implement school and camp programs for kindergarten through college groups
Assist staff with daily operations, including maintenance and development of education materials and rotating Naturalist on Duty shifts
Gain in depth knowledge of Adirondack natural and cultural history
Attend/manage evening programs/events as needed
Collaborate with all departments, including Animal Care, Facilities, Development, Admissions, Volunteers, and more
Skills and interest in art and art education; watercolor experience highly desired
Experience leading studio art workshops highly desired.
Minimum 2 years (4 years preferred) completed at an accredited college or university in natural sciences, environmental education, natural history interpretation, or a related field.
Must be a highly motivated and organized individual with excellent communication skills and customer service skills and have a passion to work in a fast-paced museum setting.
Ability to lift over 50 lbs and lead naturalist hikes on uneven terrain in all weather conditions.
Strong skills in public speaking, writing, and computers. Skills in multimedia and graphic arts desired
Comfort with handling captive animals, including reptiles and amphibians
Experience/interest in assisting with flat water canoe experiences preferred
Previous teaching experience in a museum, nature center, park or zoo setting highly preferred
Required work schedule includes weekends, some evenings and long days
This position requires a commitment to work from May 18th through Labor Day
Valid driver's license required
Compensation and Benefits
$250 weekly stipend (40 hour work week)
Shared, fully equipped housing in Tupper Lake, NY (does not include board)
Interpretive Guide Certification from the National Association for Interpretation
The opportunity to work on Wild Walk, a brand new outdoor experience that doubles the exhibit space of the Center, as well as working in a state of the art facility on a 51 acre site on the Raquette River featuring over 70 species of live exhibit animals and silver LEED certification for green building design and sustainability initiatives in the Adirondack Park.
Develop valuable skills as an interpreter, event planner, and gain a deeper knowledge of the Adirondack Park
Formal training opportunities and ongoing mentorship in the principles of interpretation and interpretive program development/delivery
CPR and First Aid certification if necessary
Museum staff will work with you to gain college credit if desired (must be confirmed prior to hiring)
How to apply
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references (names, phone numbers, and email addresses) in an email with the exact subject line "2015 Art Intern" to firstname.lastname@example.org. All attachments must have your first and last name in the title. All materials will be accepted through 5:00 pm EST on February 20, 2015. We will not be able to respond to individual inquiries or phone calls. All applicants will be contacted no sooner than early March. We look forward to reviewing your application.
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: email@example.com. Subject line: "Education Specialist".
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.
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 cvh@CVHaction.org. 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: www.CVHaction.org.
We are seeking two responsible and energetic candidates to play a vital role in the founding of our school as our first Spring Fellows. Alongside our leadership team, the Fellows will take on various operations related tasks that will allow our school to run smoothly. As Compass is in its first year, we know only the general nature of our Fellow's tasks; this position demands one to be flexible and open to various projects. Our Fellows' contributions will be vital in maintaining and supporting Compass's nurturing learning environment. The work completed by our fellows will be in exchange for exposure to and mentorship in areas of interest within our school. If you are ready for an invaluable, hands-on experience in a brand new, progressive learning community, please apply!
Please note, this fellowship is unpaid and will require 10-20 hours of commitment each week (February - May or beyond).
Must be 18 years or older and in the process of obtaining a Bachelor's degree; all years welcome
Have a strong interest in operations, education or related field
Ability to travel to our school at 300 Adelphi at least 2x per week; on other days Fellows can work from hom e
Ability to multitask and be flexible
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Organized and detail oriented
Previous experience working in a school or around children is preferred
Proficient in Microsoft Suite and Google Drive
How to apply
If interested, please email resumé and cover letter to Todd@brooklyncompass.org with the words "Spring Fellow" in the subject heading.
YWLN is seeking an Intern for the Girls Education team, which supports our five TYWLS schools in New York City. The position would go until June 30, 2015, with an option to extend.The Intern reports to the Program Manager, assisting with the planning and preparation for events and programs in our schools, the planning of a summer camp for 7th-10th graders, and communicating and recruiting with YWLN volunteers.
Primary Roles and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Network-wide Events: Support the planning and implementation of early college and career awareness and leadership development events at TYWLS schools. Lead logistics and collaborate on the operations of the events. Visit Advisory classrooms in schools to assist with facilitation of pre- and post-event activities. Develop and disseminate materials for the events. Assist in the evaluation and analysis of student learning.
TYWLS Explorers Summer Camp: Collaborate on the recruitment and orientation of students at five TYWLS schools. Create and maintain digital systems to share information with site directors and families regarding trips and workshops. Create and assist with the planning of program content, including an educational project involving media literacy and/or writing centered on a new camp theme.
Network School Support: Assist the Girls Education team and school administrators in planning and implementing school graduations, tours, corporate events and special opportunities.
Network Level Support: Assist the Girls Education team with creating meeting reports, drafting agendas, collating and disseminating materials for events, and storage of electronic and paper files. Maintain and update partner management system for the team to track current, potential, and past partners. Support the teacher awards process.
Enrollment in an undergraduate/graduate program at an accredited university
Demonstrated interest in Education, Youth Services, and/or Women's Studies
Excellent writing, editing, and communication skills
Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to communicate one-on-one, in small groups, and in public speaking settings
Knowledge of urban public school culture and low-income student populations
Strong computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
Demonstrated belief in YWLN's mission and commitment to the growth and development of young women
Passion for teaching and learning
The Intern is expected to work 15 hours per week from the start date through June 30th, 2015, with an option to extend. The work schedule will be flexible to meet the needs of Girls Education programming. This position is unpaid. YWLN is an equal opportunity employer.
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org a cover letter, including the experiences and strengths you bring to the position, your resume, a current official university transcript, and a writing sample. No phone calls please.
New Visions for Public Schools' goal is radically disrupting the cycle of poverty by improving student achievement, resilience and creating and sustaining a network of high performing schools for New York City's highest-need students.
New Visions for Public Schools believes that the best way to strengthen schools is to develop the professional capacity of teachers, principals and administrators. Our mission is to ensure all New York City public school students, regardless of race or economic class, have access to a high-quality education that prepares them for the rigors of college and the challenges when entering the workforce. We are committed to sharing innovative tools, strategies and lessons learned in New Visions Schools with others in New York and throughout the country to prove that meaningful change is achievable at scale and success is possible for every child.
New Visions for Public Schools works with the NYC Department of Education to provide instructional and operational support to 80 high needs public schools throughout the five boroughs and 6 Charter High Schools in the Bronx and in Brooklyn. Working in partnership with parents and the community, it is the mission of New Visions to provide students with an education that is relevant and meaningful today by equipping them with the tools to succeed in college and beyond.
The Institutional Giving Officer will report to the VP for External Affairs and work closely with program staff and with the President to develop viable proposals for institutional and corporate donors, to cultivate and maintain institutional donor relationships, and to ensure that proposals in development reflect New Visions' needs and priorities. The Institutional Giving Officer will play an important role in working with program staff to design viable initiatives that meet the needs of our constituents and that are competitive in the donor universe.
Core Duties and Responsibilities
Shepherd fundraising efforts for a select portfolio of New Visions programs and funders, including prospecting and research to identify new sources of support, proposal and report writing, and donor management.
Oversee development of proposals. Work closely with institutional program officers to ensure that materials are developed that address foundation and/or government funding priorities. Determine appropriate New Visions program officers for collaboration; initiate kick-off meetings and create proposal work plan; support the creation of logic models; support or conduct research and assist with evaluation plans and review; work with key internal staff and external partners and draft and circulate proposals for review and revision.
Act as liaison to select donors, facilitating communication, site visits, and participation in New Visions' events to deepen their involvement.
Collect or supervise the collection of data and evidence from various department units to support the creation of strong donor reports and updates.
Act as development department liaison to program staff, helping to refine goals, objectives and desired outcomes, track progress of grants to ensure accountability, build relationships between the donor and the program, and fulfill all grant obligations.
Develop lists of prospective donors for new and existing programs, prioritize for further research and develop cultivation and solicitation strategies in collaboration with the members of development team.
Ensure timely acknowledgment, proper follow-up, and adherence to deadlines.
Support maintenance of donor activity and research in Raiser's Edge and hard files.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree required; master's in education or related field preferred.
Three to five years of related experience in a nonprofit or in an educational environment.
Required Skillsets and Knowledge Base
Excellent writing skills; grant writing experience a plus.
Knowledge of current education reform essential.
Excellent strategic thinking skills, written and verbal communication skills, and ability to "market" ideas.
Must be able to set priorities and move multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment, identify and communicate potential needs or problems, and be flexible when priorities are unexpectedly shifted.
Tact, diplomacy and ability to work as part of a team with diverse people important.
Experience with Raiser's Edge a plus.
Applicants may apply by sending your resume, cover letter and salary history to email@example.com. Please Insitutional Giving Officer in the subject line.
New Visions for Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Only candidates who closely fit the qualifications will be contacted for an interview
MUST be available to work parties/events/social gatherings. Space is limited; it’s 2015 start now by calling 718-932-4344 PS: We also offer Burlesque and Pole Dancing.
Serious Inquiries only.
PLEASE SPECIFY if you are experienced or not.
You must reply with a resume and headshot/photo.
Emails without photo will not be considered.
Deloitte Consulting LLP is one of the world’s leading management consulting firms for executable strategy, operations, technology, and human capital advisory services. The consulting practice is built around integrated core capabilities ‑ people, process and technology and industry expertise ‑ the capabilities needed to help clients to tackle their most complex challenges.
Summer Associate Intern ‑ MPA / MPH Advanced Degree, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Few initial career opportunities provide the combination of accelerated learning and skill development; personal growth and challenge; and fast pace that are provided in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Life Sciences and Health Care practice. Here you will be able to apply your capabilities and talent toward solving complex business issues and seeing your solutions through to implementation.
Our Summer Associate program is designed to give you an intense and realistic look at the consulting profession, our consulting business specifically, and the day-to-day responsibilities and challenges of a consulting professional. You will receive a first-hand experience that will give you immediate and on-the-job insight into a career in management consulting.
As a Summer Associate, you will be assigned to a project team in the same manner as our full-time consulting staff working with provider organizations, health plans, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or medical device companies. You will work on assignments as diverse as, but not limited to, revenue cycle optimization, operations improvement, merger integration, supply chain strategy, clinical information system selection and implementation, information management strategy, clinical trials, comparative effectiveness, and medical management.
Your responsibilities will include establishing analytical frameworks and conducting complex business analyses, conducting external research and data gathering, managing client and Deloitte Consulting LLP personnel assigned to the project, developing effective relationships with the client, working with the client to help them achieve the benefits of our services, and adding to our organization’s knowledge base from your project experience.
Your internship should enhance not only your consulting skills, but also your networking skills. During your time as a Summer Associate you’ll take part in a series of social outings, office-wide meetings, and community service events that your office sponsors.
We are deeply committed to developing our consulting professionals through thoughtful mentoring, counseling, and professional training. You will work side by side with highly skilled and effective Life Sciences and Health Care consultants from whom you will learn and hone your skills as a consulting professional. You will receive ongoing informal as well as formal, written feedback throughout your summer. High-performing Summer Associates will be given the opportunity to join us full-time as Consultants.
We are seeking exceptional individuals from a variety of schools and programs. Qualified candidates will possess the following characteristics/attributes:
- Currently pursuing a degree from one of the following programs: MHA, MPH, MHSA, MBA or a MS or MSN with a focus in health informatics
- Solid history of achievement in school and work
- Highly motivated to achieve desired goals and objectives
- Strong analytical skills
- Leadership and team-building abilities
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Willingness to travel frequently (required)
Deloitte is one of the leading professional services organizations in the United States, specializing in audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services with clients in more than 20 industries. We provide powerful business solutions to some of the world’s most well-known and respected companies, including more than 75 percent of the Fortune 100.
At Deloitte, you can have a rewarding career on every level. In addition to challenging and meaningful work, you’ll have the chance to give back to your community, make a positive impact on the environment, participate in a range of diversity and inclusion initiatives, and find the support, coaching, and training it takes to advance your career. Our commitment to individual choice lets you customize aspects of your career path, your educational opportunities and your benefits. And our culture of innovation means your ideas on how to improve our business and your clients’ will be heard.
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The Posse Foundation is a nationally recognized youth leadership development and college access program that identifies, recruits, and trains diverse teams—Posses—of public high school students and sends them to top colleges and universities. To date, a total of 5,574 Posse Scholars have been accepted into top-tier institutions of higher education throughout the country. These young people have received $688 million in full-tuition leadership scholarships from Posse's college and university partners and have been agents of positive change on their campuses.
Posse's unique and carefully structured, three-month selection process identifies candidates using criteria beyond academic achievement, including leadership talent, desire to succeed and ability to work constructively with people from diverse backgrounds. Posse's high school through college programming makes it one of the most comprehensive programs of its kind in the nation. In 2010, The Posse Foundation was identified by President Obama as one of 10 national non-profit organizations to receive a portion of his Nobel Peace Prize grant. The foundation is poised to double in size over the next ten years and dramatically increase its national impact.
Posse's current university partners include Agnes Scott, Babson, Bard, Boston University, Brandeis, Bryn Mawr, Bucknell, Carleton, Centre, Colby, The College of Wooster, Connecticut College, Cornell, Davidson, Denison, DePauw, Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall, Georgetown, Grinnell, Hamilton, Hobart and William Smith, Kalamazoo, Lafayette, Lawrence, Middlebury, Mount Holyoke, Northwestern, Oberlin, Pepperdine, Pomona, Sewanee, Smith, St. Olaf College, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Trinity, Tulane, Union, University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Los Angeles, University of Pennsylvania, University of Rochester, University of Southern California, University of Texas, Austin, University of Virginia, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Vanderbilt, Vassar, Wesleyan, and Wheaton.
Posse's 2014 budget of $17.8 million supports programs in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City and Washington, D.C. Posse has a staff of 146 nationally. There is a national board of directors, as well as advisory boards in each city.
Posse is currently looking for a trainer for its Veterans program.
The role of the Posse trainer is to help recruit, train, support, encourage and maintain contact with Posse Scholars. The Posse trainer works with Scholars beginning with their recruitment for the program and continuing to their graduation from the partner college or university. The Posse trainer works with Scholars both on an individual basis and in groups. The Posse trainer reports to the Director of Veterans Program and will work in close collaboration with a partner trainer
Raise awareness of Posse program and develop relationships with community colleges, community-based organizations, and military bases through personal contact with college counselors, advisors, program directors and other staff.
Recruit candidates for the Posse program.
Serve as a resource for candidates throughout the recruitment process.
Help organize and deliver recruitment, assessment and selection activities.
Select Posse Scholars, in collaboration with partner college and university officials.
Plan, facilitate and evaluate workshops, summer retreats, and other activities for up to three Posses during the one-month, pre-college training program.
Assist writing coaches in planning, implementation and assessment of writing program.
Develop and maintain relationships with Posse Scholars at up to three partner colleges and universities through regular campus visits, telephone calls, email and other correspondence.
Develop and maintain relationships with Posse Mentors at up to three partner colleges and universities, help deliver Mentor training, communicate regularly with Mentors by phone and email throughout academic year.
Maintain relationships with staff, administrators and faculty at partner colleges and universities.
Plan, facilitate and evaluate annual Posse Plus Retreats at partner colleges and universities.
Plan and attend graduation ceremonies at partner colleges and universities.
Bachelor's degree required; master's degree preferred.
Facilitation and counseling experience.
Experience working with veterans a plus.
Three to five years previous work experience desired.
Experience working one-on-one with non-traditional college students.
Excellent demonstrated skills in writing, communication, presentation, and time management.
Ability to organize, manage, prioritize, and complete multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to relate to and interact with students from diverse backgrounds.
Must be enthusiastic, possess a strong work ethic, be able to work independently and as part of a team, and serve as a positive role model for Posse Scholars and staff.
Willing and able to travel extensively throughout year (current driver's license strongly preferred).
U.S. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Computer skills (MS Word and Excel, internet research, email, etc.).
Demonstrated belief in Posse's mission and values.
How to Apply:
Please send résumé and cover letter to:
The Posse Foundation
14 Wall Street, 8A-60
New York, NY 10005
Att: Norma Esquivel
No Phone Calls Please.
The Posse Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about The Posse Foundation please visit www.possefoundation.org.
Leads group, private and semi:private swim lessons to all ages and ability levels. Creates a fun and inviting learning environment to ensure a positive member experience. Builds strong relationships with participants and continually recommends classes based on skill levels.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
:/br:1. Greets, acknowledges, engages and interacts with members at all times.
:/br:2. Creates an educational, safe and inviting experience for all participants.
:/br:3. Initiates, develops and maintains positive relationships with participants.
:/br:4. Responds to member questions regarding Life Times programs, policies and procedures.
:/br:5. Quickly and efficiently responds to member questions, comments, and concerns
:/br:6. Provides a safe, clean and organized pool area.
Sales and Promotion
:/br:1. Promotes and sells all Aquatics programs and services.
:/br:2. Continually increases their knowledge of Life Times products, services, policies and procedures.
:/br:3. Promotes all Life Time programs, products and services.
Financial and Budgetary
:/br:1. Ensures use of supplies follow the amount prearranged by the department budget.
:/br:2. Treats all equipment with care.
Managerial and Supervisory
:/br:1. Maintains order and safety in swimming areas.
:/br:2. Assists in enforcing club and pool policies at all times.
:/br:3. Attends department and all club meetings.
:/br:4. Attends monthly and quarterly in:service trainings.
Responsibilities of All Positions
: Supports and articulates the Life Time Mission and Vision statements.
: Adheres to company policies and procedures.
: Ensures cleanliness of the club using all 5 senses:
: Sight to ensure club is neat and orderly
: Sound to ensure music/sound levels are appropriate
: Touch to ensure floors, countertops, etc are clean and dry
: Taste to ensure food and beverages in the café are up:to:standards
: Smell to ensure the club is fresh and odor free
: Demonstrates positive attitude and actions through a display of courtesy, service, cooperation, hospitality, sensitivity, and professionalism to internal and external customers.
Safety responsibilities include:
: Complies with all company safety rules
: Uses all required safety devices and personal protection equipment
: Reports accidents and injuries to supervisor as soon as possible
: Participates in safety training and safety inspections
: Suggests methods of preventing hazards to safety committee
: Working towards a high school diploma or GED
: Swim lesson instruction or coaching experience (preferred)
: One year customer service (preferred)
Licenses / Certifications / Registrations:
: Red Cross Lifeguard and First Aid (preferred)
: Red Cross CPR:PR/AED (preferred)
: CPR/AED certification required within 60 days of hire
: First Aid certification required within 60 days of hire
: Complete and Pass the U Swim School Training
: Complete LTU Safety Training before first shift
: Complete LTU U Swim School Orientation before first shift
: Complete all LTU courses within first 60 days of hire
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics
: Ability to swim the major strokes of Front Crawl, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly
: Excellent customer service skills, energetic, enthusiastic, and motivational
: Excellent interpersonal skills
: Ability to build relationship with members of all ages
: Comfortable working with all age groups, including children
: Ability to handle and resolve conflicts in a professional, tactful manner
: Ability to tolerate loud noises
: Firmly but tactfully enforce Life Time policies and procedures
: Ability to multi:task and learn quickly
: Ability to acknowle
As a Group Fitness Instructor, you will provide cutting:edge group fitness instruction through a variety of entertaining, educational, and fun classes to promote fitness and positive self:esteem in a safe environment.
Act as a fitness resource for class participants. Maintain positive relationships with members to encourage continued class attendance.
: Develop positive relationships with class participants by teaching a variety of challenging and entertaining group fitness classes
: Clean and organize studio after each Group Fitness class
: Promote Life Time promotions, programs, products, and services to class participants
: Motivate members to continue to consistently attend Group Fitness classes
: Consistently meet daily class attendance goals
: High School Diploma or GED
: One:year experience as a fitness instructor
: CPR/AED certification
: Minimum of one nationally recognized Group Exercise Certification
Primary Location: : NY:Westchester : WCH : Westchester
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Business: GE Capital
About Us: On July 31, Synchrony Financial reached its goal of an Initial Public Offering (IPO) and was listed on the NY Stock Exchange under the symbol SYF. It was previously known as GE Capital Retail Finance. Synchrony Financial brings 80 years of experience and financial leadership under one new brand. We offer private label credit cards, promotional financing and installment lending and FDIC:insured savings products. Weve built relationships with national and regional retailers, healthcare providers, manufacturers and more. We serve hundreds of thousands of client locations across the United States and Canada. Our financial expertise spans key product areas, including electronics and appliances, home furnishings, automotive, power products and sports, jewelry and luxury, retail and healthcare.
We are committed to being an employer of choice, offering competitive rewards, compensation and benefits. When you join our team, you become part of a stimulating work environment with vast opportunities to sharpen your skills and embrace new leadership challenges. Please note that candidates for this role will not be eligible for transfers internally to other GE businesses.
GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Posted Position Title: Corporate Citizenship Leader
Career Level: Experienced
U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces: Connecticut
Postal Code: 06902
Relocation Assistance: Yes
Role Summary/Purpose: We expect to fill the position with a strategic, entrepreneurial and thoughtful senior leader who has the ability, credibility, and energy to build a new corporate citizenship program for the company as it embarks on establishing its own identity in the marketplace and in our communities. We have identified this position as a unique and strategic role to help shape the corporate brand and reputation, employee engagement mindset, and establish important relationships with stakeholders.
:Designs the companys corporate citizenship mission, values, and business objectives in developing a new and long:term corporate citizenship strategy and program
:Informs and infuses our already robust employee engagement, local community volunteer, matching gifts, charitable activities, and CRA requirements with a corporate level strategy and thematic approach to corporate citizenship that reflects who we are as a company and what we believe in
:Establishes the goals, policies, initiatives, and timelines that align with and support the companys business, brand, and operational strategies and fully support the communities where we do business in a strategic and disciplined way
:Serves as a visionary leader on corporate citizenship, advising the company on key trends and best practices, and on what timeline the company could implement the program, potentially create a foundation, and investments to support these initiatives
:Builds critical internal relationships across senior leadership, departments, key business areas, and employee leaders to create an integrated and unified approach to corporate citizenship
:Mentors and motivates leaders and colleagues across the organization to buy into the concept of corporate citizenship and how it is integral to their own and the companys success
:Serve as the primary communications leader to design a point:of:view and strategic plan denoted by measurable targets to implement a n
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