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Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 8:06 AM


The Luquillo Farm Sanctuary is looking for Group Coordinators to assist us in bringing youth groups down to our 80 acre farm in Luquillo, Puerto Rico. This opportunity is perfect for teachers, parents, and those who work closely with children ages 12 and up. The Group Coordinator position is paid a stipend and flown from their respective cities to accompany their group. Groups must be a minimum of 10 students and a maximum of 25.
Our Eco-Educational Adventure Includes:
• 7 Nights camping on the farm (we also have in-door accommodations for those groups that want more shelter
• Home Cooked Vegetarian Meals
• Guided Eco-Tours in El Yunque Rainforest, Las Cabezas Nature Reserve, El Angelito River Trail, and Bio Bay Kayak Tour
• Workshops including Natural Farming & Gardening, Permaculture, Aquaponics, and Sustainable Living.
• Camp Fire Gathering at Night with snacks and old wise-tales!
• Native Local Arts and Culture experiences including Bomba dancing
• Beach Time

Please contact Joany Carrasco with your letter of interest including phone number. Please also check out our website:

Joany Carrasco
939 891 9215
The Luquillo Farm Sanctuary

• Location: Other

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


IMANI HOUSE (IHI) is an award winning, tax-exempt non-profit that provides youth and family support programming in Brooklyn, NY and Liberia, West Africa. Founded in 1985, IHI is known for its free innovative youth and family support services.

If you have a a healthy enthusiasm and curiosity for science and other subjects and areas, enjoy working with elementary age children, have a strong cooperative team spirit, are able to work Mon.-Fri. 3 - 6pm, you may want to apply for an Imani House After-School Group Leader position.

IHI is seeking qualified individuals with at least 2 years experience in youth development - retired teachers, teachers aids, college students, are encouraged to apply.

Hours Mon.-Fri. 3 - 6pm. Summer hours may be available
Areas of Participation: Various Group activities and classroom management, Friday science club - Classes have two instructors each


Skills and interest in science or STEM
Interest in youth development
Minimum 2 years working with children or Associate degree in youth development
Able to work in the U.S.
Retired teachers, teachers aids, & college students, are encouraged to apply.

How to apply

Please submit to -

Send a cover letter and resume - In the BODY OF AN EMAIL ONLY - NO Attachments cannot be opened
Please type - "After-school position" in the subject of your email
Sorry calls, faxes or walk-ins aren't accepted
Only qualified applicants should apply
Thanks for your interest -

• Location: Brooklyn, 76-A Fifth Avenue

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


About the School: Merrick Academy Queens Public Charter School (Merrick Academy), located in Springfield Gardens, New York serves over 500 children in grades K-6. Merrick Academy was built on the philosophy that all children can learn. We offer a holistic, innovative curriculum that includes standard academic areas along with art, dance, music and technology along with a focus on character education. All staff are expected to be committed to Merrick Academy's philosophy, have a positive and professional attitude, exhibit a strong work ethic and possess an inner drive for personal and professional excellence.

Merrick Academy focuses on student achievement in the critical core skills of Reading, Math and Language by offering more total time on the task of learning, a high degree of individualized instruction and a highly innovative academic curriculum which, together with the Common Core, will ensure students are college and career ready. In addition to a rigorous basic educational program, Merrick Academy offers an opportunity for students to participate and develop in the areas of Art, Dance, Music, Physical Education and Technology.

Merrick Academy is a small, collegial and all-inclusive learning community of students, educators, parents and community members working together toward the common purpose of providing an excellent educational experience for its students.

ABOUT THE POSITION: We are seeking an experienced Dance Teacher who is committed to developing students into scholars and future leaders through the implementation of innovative and effective instructional strategies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Developing and implement curricula to meet academic standards
Thoughtfully planning daily lessons and implementing specific strategies to meet the needs of all students, providing extra support, enrichment, or variation of work when necessary
Accountability for students' academic growth
Designing and implementing assessments that measure progress towards academic standards and diagnose areas of student misunderstanding
Using assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices
Creating a positive, achievement-oriented learning environment
Reflecting on successes and areas of growth as a teacher, seek to improve performance, and respond to feedback
Participating in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions
Engaging parents and families in their children's academic success through regular communication

The ideal candidate will be an intelligent, driven individual with exceptional integrity, and a passion for education. The individual will thrive as part of a highly motivated, committed professional school community and possess:

Valid New York Teaching Certificate
Special education certification, a plus
Proven ability to provide differentiated instruction
Successful elementary school teaching experience
At least 2 years of experience teaching in grades K-6 in a diverse educational setting, preferred
Ability to effectively and seamlessly integrate the arts into standard academic programs
Demonstrated understanding of early childhood development and the ability to translate that knowledge into action in a classroom setting
Knowledge of and comfort with instructional technology
Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly with young children and parents
Ability to multitask in the educational environment, having the qualities of resilience, perseverance and problem-solving
Ability to articulate a clear vision and goals for high student achievement as well as to conduct data analysis as a basis for continued student improvement
Ability to prevent, intervene, resolve and eliminate student management challenges
Demonstrated understanding of the non-academic barriers to education and a willingness to engage in strategies to address these barriers for students and families

How to apply

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter describing your interest, qualifications and how you learned of the position along with your resume to Ms. Jessica Lovinsky at with the subject line "Dance Teacher Applicant".

• Location: Queens, 136-25 218th Street, Springfield Gardens

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


We are a group of psychologists, philosophers, educators, and web professionals dedicated to the advancement of scientific knowledge about happiness and depression prevention. We provide science-based information on life skills and habits needed to enhance well-being, build resilience against depression and anxiety, and pursue a meaningful life. We manage a multimedia educational platform, as well as various hybrid, online, and onsite educational programs, focused on happiness and psychological well-being.

Opportunity description is looking for a psychologist with a solid publication record, and interest in the field of Positive Psychology and Psychological Well-being. Ideally, candidates should have a Ph.D. in Psychology and strong analytical skills, especially in the area of evaluating the scientific validity of studies, as well as the leadership skills necessary to coordinate a team of volunteers working on our knowledge base. Hours are flexible. This is presently a one year volunteer position, though renumeration is a distinct possibility following the one year period as our organization makes the transition from a volunteer based organization to a professional driven nonprofit.

The successful candidate will be engaged with a dynamic group of professionals working in universities and secondary schools to promote well-being and depression prevention. Our knowledge base is presently consulted by 2-3k visitors per day, including educational and governmental institutions. See mission statement at:

How to apply

Please send a letter of intent and two examples of written work to

• Location: Manhattan, 22 Mud Road, Setauket

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 8:10 AM


Manhattan Sailing School, one of the largest adult sailing schools in the country, is looking to hire an administrator -

This person will be responsible for signing up students, coordinating instructors, maintaining contact with graduates, processing student registrations and overseeing class scheduling.

This is a full time position, though the workload varies depending on the time of year. For 25 weeks from mid April to mid October, we have classes weekdays, weekends and evenings teaching more than 1500 students throughout the season. The workload during this time is very large and intense and requires a high energy individual with great organizational skills.

The ideal candidate will be flexible, patient, hard working and efficient. Have excellent problem solving, verbal and written communication skills and be competent using Microsoft Office Suite.

Please do not contact the school directly. To apply for this position, please send your resume and a unique cover letter to
Manhattan Sailing School

• Location: Other, Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 8:10 AM


Job Information

# of Positions :
Minimum Education Level :
Associate’s Degree
Experience Required :
2 years
Salary :
$9.25 hourly
Duration :
Full Time Regular
Shift :
First Shift (Day)
Hours per week:

Job Description

Care-A-Lot is seeking a dynamic and compassionate Lead Teacher for our Infant program at our newly expanded Lakeview location. Applicants must have a minimum of a CDA or an associate's degree in Early Childhood Education, and experience in a day care setting.
Our ideal candidate will be dedicated, professional, motivated, energetic and simply love being with young children.
This position is full time, Monday to Friday, year round. Benefits include reduced childcare, health insurance and/or paid vacation time. Salary is $9.25+ and will be determined by education and experience.

Company Information

Name :
Description :
Welcome to Care-A-Lot where our goal is to create, for all young children, a safe environment of love and learning through developmentally appropriate programs. At Care-A-Lot we strive to create an environment where:

Children are safe and parents are confident in the quality of care that their child is receiving.

Teachers make a difference by promoting personal, moral and social growth, and build a solid foundation for life-long learning in their students and themselves.

We place an emphasis on personalized, hands-on interactions, and play as the basis for learning and communication.

We strive to maintain teacher continuity and enhance stable, secure, and bonding teacher/child relationships.

Children and Parents feel valued! And parents serve as partners in their child’s education and development.

Teachers are conscious of the impact they have on the lives of children and their families, and strive to make learning FUN!
Type :
Direct Employer
Address :
5479 Lakeshore Rd
Lakeview, NY 14085

Application Information

Online :
Email :
Apply direct :
Attn: Stacey Myers
5479 Lakeshore Rd.
Lakeview, NY 14085
By Phone :
Call Stacey Myers at 716-627-3724
By Fax :
Fax to 716-627-2853 Attn : Stacey Myers
Job Posting Entered On :
Job Posting Expires On :

• Location: Other, Lakeview, NY

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


The Resident Intern Program at Cornelia Connelly Center (CCC) provides an opportunity for passionate individuals to spend two years working in the field of urban education, while living in a faith-based community in the heart of New York City. From our beginning years, CCC has been shaped by our interns: men and women who believe that service to those in need is an integral part of enacting social justice in our world.

What is the Cornelia Connelly Center?

Cornelia Connelly Center champions girls at risk, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. CCC offers a twelve-year program to, partnering with each girl and her family from fifth grade to college graduation. Through Connelly Middle School of the Holy Child (CMS), students in grades five through eight receive a joyful, holistic education. Our Graduate Support Program (GSP) serves CMS alumnae, persistently committed to their high school success and college completion. With Cornelia Connelly Center, a young woman learns to shine – transforming her life and our world.

What does it mean to be a Resident Intern?

Resident interns are volunteers who offer their service to our school and receive on-the-job training and hands-on experience in their field. Participating in various aspects of CCC's program, resident interns gain valuable exposure to the work of urban education. While they work closely with a mentor throughout the year, resident interns are regarded as full-time employees and are held to the same professional expectations.

Along with their work assignments, an integral aspect of the program is the community that is formed among resident interns. Sharing a living space on the top floor of the school, resident interns support each other through the daily joys and challenges of their work. Through after-hours conversations, the sharing of meals, and exploring the richness of the city, resident interns become close companions and help each other to renew their commitment to the work of justice at CCC. As well, living and working in the same environment allows resident interns to more intimately connect to the lives of the families that they serve.

Resident interns commit themselves to be active and positive participants in their living community. They are expected to establish and uphold community norms, share the burden of weekly chores and eat meals together regularly. Resident interns share a kitchen and living area, and are provided with their own bedroom.

What is the compensation for a Resident Intern?

Resident interns receive free housing above the school as well as an Americorps stipend of $12,100 per year. They are provided with health insurance and are eligible to receive a $5,500 taxable Americorps grant each year to help cover existing student loans or future graduate studies. Interns qualify for federal student loan forbearance during their term of service.

What are the responsibilities of a Resident Intern Teacher?

The job is multi-faceted. Resident intern teachers are expected to be flexible and willing to respond to the needs of the school. This generally includes the following:

Academic Responsibilities

Design and revise unit plans in alignment with Common Core Standards and MAP data (Interim assessment data
Plan and submit unit plans and lesson plans
Meet with the principal weekly for support and supervision
Create and administer at least 2 performance assessments (formal and informal) each week
Provide timely feedback on student work and utilize data to inform instruction
Facilitate small-group instruction to specific groups of students as needed
Develop and implement a classroom management system that reinforces the CCC values

Non-Academic Responsibilities

Supervise daily activities including snack, lunch, recess, study hall, etc.
Plan and lead at least one after school activity (sports, arts, homework club)
Co-lead a homeroom class and serve as an advisor to a small group of students
Attend pre-service orientation in August
Participate in bi-monthly staff meetings outside of regular school hours
Regularly communicate with parents about student progress
Facilitate parent/teacher conferences at pre-scheduled times
Attend various school-wide functions throughout the year

General Responsibilities

Work collaboratively with colleagues to build an excellent school environment
Demonstrate professionalism and respect at all times
Be open to growth, seeking to constantly improve instructional practices
Utilize the expertise and experience of mentor teachers, willingly receiving feedback
Share unique gifts and talents to enrich the broader community
Go above and beyond to contribute to the overall school environment

What Qualifications are required?

Bachelors Degree (all majors welcome)
Mastery of and enthusiasm for academic subjects
Experience working with children/adolescents
Passion for social justice
Willingness to do whatever it takes to improve the lives of students in and out of the classroom

How to apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to CCC's Operations Director, Matt Salvatierra at

• Location: Manhattan, 220 East 4th Street

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


CAREERS THROUGH CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM (C-CAP), a not-for-profit providing career and educational opportunities to at-risk youth in the culinary arts,

seeks a National College Advisor to provide college readiness and guidance to C-CAP program participants to increase their access, enrollment, retention and graduation from postsecondary education. The College Advisor will initiate and maintain relationships with high school teachers, guidance counselors, college access programs, postsecondary administrators, C-CAP students and alumni; conduct college readiness workshops; provide postsecondary guidance; solicit new scholarships; maintain and update appropriate scholarship and award documentation; monitor, track and report the progress of scholarship winners; and coordinate C-CAP's alumni activities and networks. He or she will work together with other staff members to accomplish C-CAP's goals. The job requires strong communication skills, initiative and follow-through. The National College Advisor will report to C-CAP's President.


The National College Advisor's functions include, but may not be limited to, duties such as the following:

Execute and create college readiness, college transition, and financial aid workshops/programs for students, parents, and teachers.
Counsel high school students about postsecondary options in group and one-on-one sessions both locally and nationwide.
Provide financial aid counseling to high school students and college students.
Coach college students throughout the country on how to navigate academic, financial, and personal challenges throughout their college enrollment.
Solicit and manage over $3 million in scholarships annually; oversee distribution of all scholarships nationwide with intent to spread resources equally across all C-CAP locations to support the best interest of the students.
Assist in the execution of national C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships; interview students and alumni for scholarship opportunities.
Develop college resources and materials for high school guidance counselors, teachers and satellite programs.
Establish and maintain relationships with current program participants and alumni.
Maintain statistics and records on all college-related activities and prepare reports for internal and external use.
Develop and nurture ongoing relationships with postsecondary schools and contacts.
Travel as needed to support program implementation in satellite locations.
Arrange and execute national alumni events.
Stay abreast of college access issues and knowledgeable about culinary institutions.
Share best practices and assist local program staff in their efforts to provide postsecondary school counseling for their alumni and current program participants.
Develop relationships with other social service and college access programs in order to make appropriate referrals for students who need services beyond C-CAP's areas of expertise.
Collaborate with other program staff and non-profits on special projects.
Work with staff on a variety of projects as needed.


Bachelor's Degree
College advising certification preferred (i.e. Options Institute College Counseling Certificate)
At least three to five years work experience in college advising
Teaching experience preferred
Experience designing and executing college readiness programs
Experience in youth development, counseling and advisement
In-depth knowledge of federal and NY state financial aid processes, including FAFSA and TAP applications; familiarity with in-state aid processes in AZ, CA, IL, MD, PA, and VA a plus
Superior computer application skills, particularly Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); familiarity with Macintosh computers preferred. Knowledge of FileMaker Pro a plus
Familiarity with NYC DOE high school graduation requirements
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills
Initiative in developing new relationships and programs
Ability to manage multiple relationships and tasks
Ability to work with a minimum of supervision
Interest and/or experience in culinary arts, hospitality, or related field a plus

How to apply

Send resume and cover letter to

• Location: Manhattan, 505 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1400

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


Who We Are

Longview School
is like no other.

While Longview School certainly has a rigorous pre-K through 12th grade academic program, what makes Longview unique is our supportive community where each student knows and is known by every teacher. In our small classes (3-10 students), teachers make the curriculum relevant by connecting their subjects to the students' lives. Combined with a hands-on educational approach, this inspires students to love learning. Beyond academics, Longview empowers students to become independent and responsible as they participate in our democratically-governed school with a student-led judicial system. Longview's focus on educating the whole child, academically and personally, gives our graduates an undeniable advantage as they transition to college.

The above is what we say about the school, but Longview is of course much more. It is a place created by teachers who were successful in traditional academic settings, but who believe that education is not filling students' heads with information, but is about learning to become successful adults. For us, success is measured first and foremost by being able to lead happy lives. Not the sort of happiness that comes with seeming perfection on the outside while there is endless turmoil on the inside. No, the kind of happiness that comes from people knowing themselves well enough to be able to guide their lives towards happiness. The kind of happiness that comes when people have learned the skills to have some control over themselves and their world, having tested their mettle in a safe, supportive environment so that they leave school ready to face what comes next. The kind of happiness possessed by people who have learned independence and responsibility, at the same time that they have learned how to form meaningful and supportive relationships with peers and teachers. If this is the sort of school you want not only to be a part of, but to have an active role in helping to create, then maybe we have a place for you.

Longview combines aspects of the Sudbury School model with more traditional academic education. So how does that work?

We have 2 educational tracks: the Sudbury track and the Academic track. Each family--parents and kids together--chooses which track is right for the child. On the Academic track, students take classes in English, math, science and social studies, in addition to electives. On the Sudbury track, students are able to choose how to fill their time at school. They can take as many or as few classes as they choose, or help to create classes in areas of their special interests. Although the classes cover fairly traditional content, there is a constant focus on hands-on learning and making the material relevant to students' lives.

Regardless of their track, all students participate in the other aspects of a Sudbury education, which include participation in:

-a truly democratic school (run by School Meeting in which every student and each staff member get one vote);
-a student-run judicial system to resolve conflicts among all community members;
-a system of clerkship jobs in which students share in the real-world work of running and maintaining a school;
-an internship system placing kids in real job settings;
-a student-run chore system in which students take responsibility for keeping the school neat each day.

To learn more about our school, check out our website at

What We Need

We are looking for an intern who is truly excited by our innovative model and who is nearly bursting with passion for democratic education. The right person should have knowledge and skills in at least one of the following areas: Computer Science, ESL, Writing, Math.

Candidates might include

-a young person who is not sure what to do in life, but knows that s/he has a lot to give;
-a person with real-life skills who wants to apply her/hisknowledge through teaching;
-someone who is new to teaching and can't imagine working in a traditional school;
-a parent who is unwilling to send her/his child(ren) to public school and wants to be a part of their education;
-someone retired from teaching who can't stay away from education but won't stand for any other place than a school in which the kids are empowered;
-someone who is uniquely qualified for reasons we haven't yet considered.

Team players are a must, as we all wear many hats.

What We're Offering

Compensation will include some of the below depending on the particular circumstances of each candidate:

1) A monthly stipend ($500 to $1,000);

2) Housing near the school;

3) A barter arrangement for being able to enroll a child/children in the school;

4) The possibility of greater employment in future school years.

How to apply

Look over our website ( Watch the videos in our Guided Introduction. Then write a letter of interest. Send in your letter and resume by email to or by mail to Longview School, 83 Main Street, Brewster, NY 10509.

• Location: Other, 83 Main Street, Brewster

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM



Concern Worldwide
is an international humanitarian organization dedicated to the assistance and advancement of people in need in the least developed countries of the world. Founded in Ireland in 1968, Concern works in 25 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Middle East, and the Caribbean with a team of 2,500 personnel providing emergency relief and long-term assistance in the areas of education, health, HIV and AIDs, and livelihoods.

In September 2001, Concern Worldwide US launched Global Concerns Classroom (GCC), an innovative global education program that seeks to raise awareness of current international humanitarian issues in U.S. youth and to empower them to take meaningful action. Through dynamic resources, student engagement programs, and professional development for educators, GCC prepares youth to gain the knowledge and skills needed to be active global citizens and leaders for a better future.

GCC is partnering with 30 schools in NYC, Chicago, and Boston this school year to engage high school students on the theme of "Innovations in Global Health". Students in NYC will participate in a year-long program that consists of: standards-aligned curriculum, GCC's flagship Global Youth Summit, and community action plans that culminate in a year-end Concern to Action showcase. Students in Chicago and Boston will participate in GCC's Global Youth Summit in February 2015.


Intern will assist the Education Program Manager and Education Officer on:

Curriculum and resource development for educators and secondary students.
National outreach efforts through online (web and blog) and social media outlets.
Event coordination and content development for GCC's annual Global Youth Summits in NYC, Chicago, and Boston.


Internship activities will be based on specific candidate skills, experience, and interests. Activities could include, but are not limited to:

Assist Education team to create dynamic teaching materials to accompany GCC curricula for secondary level students, such as research for new global issue guides, lesson plans, and student resources for developing school community action plans.
Assist Education team to expand means of online communication with schools through the GCC website, blog, and social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by updating regular content to increase online interaction.
Assist Education team with finalizing content and event logistics and details for three Global Youth Summits, to take place in February in NYC, Boston, and Chicago.


Completion of identified tasks (details of tasks to be decided in partnership with intern). Potential outputs could include:

Research for new global issue guides on the possible themes of Malaria and Emergency Response.
Research content for next year's theme, possibly Climate Impact.
Written lesson plans or other curricular materials connected to GCC themes.
Draft content for daily social media posts on Facebook and Twitter for the academic school year, including featured Friday blog posts.

Preferred Qualifications

Currently enrolled in a master's program for international education, international development, or a related field.
Teaching experience.
Experience creating curricula for secondary students.
Experience in working with social media in a professional capacity.

Lines of Communication

The intern will work under the supervision of the Education Program Manager and work closely with the Education Officer.

DATES for SPRING Internship:

Meet & Greet/ Induction January 16th (mandatory)
January 19th through March 27th

How to apply

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to by December 15, 2014.

• Location: Manhattan, 355 Lexington Avenue, 19th Floor

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


The mission of the American Dream School is to develop academic excellence in both Spanish and English, grades 6-12, preparing students to excel in college and become leaders in their communities. Our school is focused on developing language skills for both English language learners and immigrant students, while simultaneously developing Spanish language skills for non-Spanish speaking students.

Coordinator Responsibilities

Skill at interpretation of assessment data to drive instruction.
Review data to make instructional decisions to address student weaknesses.
Prepare and deliver focused reading intervention instruction in small group setting (10-15 students per group).
Knowledge in reading intervention strategies and actual implementation.
Create and monitor student progress towards achieving instructional objectives and goals on student plans.
Familiar with RTI process and Tiered Instruction.
Communicates effectively within the educational community and with parents on a regular basis.
Monitor and maintain accurate records on student achievement, articulating the progress and success.
Fosters a classroom climate conducive to learning.
Perform other job related duties as assigned by the Principal and the Assistant Principal.
Teach 5th-8th grade bilingual special education in a collaborative co-teaching setting
Implement student's individualized education plans (IEP)
Differentiate instruction for students
Participate in yearly IEP conferences
Establish appropriate modifications and goals for each student
Conduct small group instruction for students with multiple handicaps
Conduct formal assessments
Participate in IEP conferences for each student

How to apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to Melissa Melkonian at explaining your interest in the role and outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the Special Education/ELL Coordinator position. In addition, please describe how the mission of the American Dream School speaks to you. Resumes without cover letters will not be reviewed.

• Location: Bronx, 510 E141st Street, 4th Floor

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


Booklyn is an artist-run non-profit organization in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. We're hiring an intern to get involved in all aspects of our operations including:

Inventorying and documenting artist books for our online database

Assisting with Booklyn publicaions

Assisting with Booklyn exhibitions

Writing about Booklyn news and events for our website

We also encourage potential interns to contact us about special projects related to their skills and interests. Past examples include: creating a finding aid for a zine collection, creating animated videos of artist books, etc.

Booklyn's mission is to promote artists' books as art and research material and to assist artists and organizations in documenting, exhibiting, and distributing their artworks and archives.

Find out more about Booklyn at

Intern applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. All internships are currently unpaid and can be performed for school credit.

To apply
, please contact Maya Taylor at Include a resume and brief cover letter.

• Location: Brooklyn, 37 Greenpoint Avenue, Suite E4G

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


About Tech International Charter School:

Tech International (TI)
is a Middle School for students of the Bronx. TI uses tech and international themes to inspire young people to achieve success in their education.


Tech International Charter School seeks to hire Special Education (SpED) co-teacher for 6th, 7th, or 8th grade inclusion classes (60/40) in ELA, math, Science and Social Studies. The SpED teacher must have a passion for improving the lives of young people in an urban setting by providing outstanding educational opportunities and services. The candidate should show an eagerness to grow as an educator through ongoing feedback and collaboration with colleagues. In addition, the candidate should be able to do the following:

Push-in/pull-out services for students with a variety of needs, including but not limited to LD, Downs Syndrome, Autism, SPLI, ED and/or OHI
Will join ICT and/or CTT model
Collaborate with and support general education teachers
Write PLP, FBA, IEPs
Attend weekly staff meetings
Maintain contact with parents
Attend CSE meetings
Develop differentiated lesson and unit plans
Manage and maintain student safety

Experience and Qualifications:

Very good verbal and written communication skills
Good judgment and strong problem-solving ability
Ability to interact appropriately with children of different abilities
Bachelors or Master's Degree
NYS teaching certification
Must be SPED Certified (7-12)

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Tech International Charter School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any status or condition protected by applicable federal or state law.


Tech International Charter School offers competitive compensation based on experience. Employees also receive the benefits of a school culture, climate and environment that are open, modern, comfortable and friendly.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to

• Location: Bronx, 3120 Corlear Ave,

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 4:10 AM


Eden Village Camp is Hiring! Submit Your Application

About Eden Village Camp: Eden Village Camp aims to be a living model of a thriving, sustainable Jewish community, grounded in social responsibility and inspired Jewish spiritual life. By bringing the wisdom of our tradition to the environmental, social, and personal issues important to today's young people, we practice a Judaism that is substantive and relevant. Through our Jewish environmental and service-learning curricula, joyful Shabbat observance, pluralistic Jewish expression, and inspiring, diverse staff role models, we foster our campers' positive Jewish identity and genuine commitment to tikkun olam (healing the world). Our 3 acre educational farm and orchard are based on principles of permaculture, sustainable and organic farming. We produce annual vegetables, perennials, and tend educational gardens as well as animals.

About the Farm Educator Apprenticeship: This is a paid six-month apprenticeship for young adults seeking hands-on experience. In the Spring build your knowledge based on agriculture, farm-based education and Jewish community. In the Summer, work at our 8-week intensive summer camp as Jewish Farm Educators. In the fall, take ownership and integrate your new skills by diving deeper into independent projects. Live on-site at our beautiful camp, one hour north of New York City. By joining the farm staff at Eden Village, apprentices will hold two main responsibilities - tending our growing spaces and educating in our all of our programming through the spring, summer and fall. Apprentices will also have an opportunity to dive deeper into one of four focus areas: perennials, annuals, animals, and educational gardens. In these specialties apprentices will gain a deeper understanding of certain aspects of farming and will take on leadership and special projects to booster their learning and the learning of campers and program participants.

Details: April 14th, 2015 - October 22nd 2015, Apprentices receive full room and board at Eden Village, as well as a modest stipend. Extensive experience is not necessary but experiential curiosity is required. We recommend you explore our website thoroughly to get more information about our apprenticeship, farm, camp, and more at Eden Village Camp .

More questions? Explore the FAQ page . For all other questions, contact

• Location: Other, 392 Dennytown Road, Putnam Valley

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 4:10 AM


The Reading 4 Smiles agency is an educationally enriched after school program. The agency is designed to aid children in disadvantaged neighborhoods that need an additional resource of support for academic success. The program will assess students reading comprehension and work with children both individually and in small groups. The agency will serve as an educational/recreation program that will inspire students to challenge themselves academically while encouraging college bound goals.

Job Purpose:

Provide opportunities for students to do well and enjoyment in literacy projects, develop and strengthen literacy and social skills, and support school day success. Work as a member of a team to implement age appropriate after school learning and enrichment.


Create and deliver literacy-based lesson plans and activities
Take class attendance, and maintain attendance records
Provide general supervision of students during the after school program; including snack time, homework, recreation, and transitions
Assist and support Program Assistant in creation of activities
Participate in and evaluate the effectiveness of activities and projects
Instruct and monitor students on the proper use of supplies, materials, and equipment to prevent injuries or damage.
Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
Implement discipline techniques and classroom management
Interact professionally and appropriately with parents and program staff
Participate in school site staff meetings and on-going training opportunities
Distribute teaching materials such as textbooks, workbooks, papers, and pencils to students.
Laminate teaching materials to increase their durability under repeated use.
Assist students with hardware and software use.
Supervise students in classrooms, field trips, halls, etc.
Performs other related duties as required.
This job is a part-time. The perfect candidate will work on Fridays & Saturdays for this position.


Must have 2 to 3 years experience in working with children. Should possess an interest in education. Reporting Skills, Administrative Writing Skills, Microsoft Office Skills, Managing Processes, Organization, Analyzing Information, Professionalism, Problem Solving, Supply Management, Inventory Control, Verbal Communication

How to apply

Please email your resume to and place Literacy Leader in the subject line.

• Location: Long Island, 36-12 35th Avenue

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 4:10 AM


HELP USA, a nationally recognized leader in the provision of transitional housing, residential and social services has the following position available at one of our sites located within the NYC metropolitan area:


Under the supervision of the Childcare Supervisor, the Assistant Teacher is responsible for:

Carries out the agency's functions, policies and procedures, following schedules, adhering to established personnel policies and practices, and modeling appropriate professional behavior.
Maintains good working relationships and objective attitudes with other staff members of the daycare center and HELP USA.
Supervises the planning and execution of a program to provide daycare for the children, which take into account the educational, social, developmental, and health needs of the group as well as the individual.
Conducts an initial and ongoing evaluation that will provide both staff and parents with an insight on child.
Submits weekly lesson plan to the Child Care Supervisor.
Submits biweekly child developmental assessment to the Child Care Supervisor.
Develops a program of educational goals appropriate to the age and developmental level of the children, which will enable them to make the most of future educational opportunities.
Plans the use of community resources to enrich the educational content of the children's program.
Recommends children for early intervention as indicated.
Takes responsibility for keeping equipment accessible and in good, clean condition to encourage maximum constructive use by the children.
Takes responsibility for removing any damaged or unsafe equipment and reporting to the Center Director/Supervisor or to Maintenance so that necessary actions can be taken.
Responsible for planning and supervising an appropriate arrangement of his or her classroom furniture designed to promote optimal program functioning.
Shares in the overall planning for the best use of shared space in relation to the total center program.
Attends two training's per year in the field of early childhood education.
Responsible for educating self in current researches pertaining to child development and early childhood education.
Responsible for equals sharing among all classroom personnel relating to all areas of the program.
Develops and implements an appropriate plan with other Child Care staff by which information concerning the children and the program can be shared with the parent.
Attends and participates in parent teacher's meeting.
Respects the confidentiality of all information about children and parents.
Responsible for participating in individual meetings with parents to discuss developmental needs of the child.
Acts respectfully and professionally in all interactions with staff, children and parents.
Enters child specific and family specific information into the AWARDS database.
Performs other duties as assigned.


High school diploma or OED required or 60 college credits/ 60 college credits with 24 education credits or Child Development Associate Credential (CDA)
Experience in working with preschool age children required.
Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Experience working with survivors of domestic violence, preferred.
Please email your resume to

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• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 4:10 AM


Job Overview:

The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School ( is seeking a Head Curriculum Developer for TEP's middle school literacy curriculum. This individual will be responsible for refining, expanding, and shaping TEP's existing materials into a unified, vertically-aligned 5th through 8th grade curricular sequence that enables students to meet and exceed the Common Core Literacy Standards. While the initial focus will be on the reading and writing curriculum within English Language Arts classes, it will also include the literacy-based elements of TEP's Social Studies and Science curricula. In addition to refining TEP's existing internal curricular resources, this individual will be responsible for selecting and integrating external curricular materials/programs as well as developing new materials as needed. This individual will work directly with TEP's Principal and literacy teachers.

Key Requirements:

Deep knowledge of the Common Core Standards for Literacy
Rich experience with a variety of high-quality, standards-based reading and writing curricular programs
Extensive expertise in crafting Scope & Sequences, Unit plans, Lesson plans, Handouts, & Assessments

Start Date:
Immediate opening. Start date is flexible.

Compensation & Benefits:

The Lead Literacy Curriculum Developer receives an annual salary of $100K. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision coverage, a 403b retirement plan, and approximately 8 weeks of vacation per year.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to The subject line of your email should read "Head Literacy Curriculum Developer." Your cover letter must detail your specific experience and expertise with respect to the '3 key requirements' listed above. Applications submitted without a cover letter will NOT be considered.

Deadlines & Notifications:
TEP is currently reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed in the order that they are received. If you submit both a cover letter and resume, you will receive a response from us as to whether or not you will be invited to the next stage in the process. (If you only submit a resume, without a cover letter, you will NOT receive a response from us.)

ABOUT TEP CHARTER SCHOOL A 480 seat 5th through 8th grade middle school, TEP is succeeding in closing the Latino-White achievement gap. In 2013, TEP was the #1 ranked independent charter middle school in New York City. As reported in the Wall Street Journal, a rigorous long-term study of TEP (released in October 2014) found that TEP produced major achievement impacts, including test score gains equal to an additional 1.6 years of school in math. TEP's mission is to achieve educational equity for disadvantaged students by utilizing master teachers to provide rigorous academics, arts, and athletics instruction. Unusual for a middle school, TEP gives all student daily classes in both music and physical education. Learn more at

• Location: Manhattan, 549 Audubon Ave, T30

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 12:15 AM


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

Job description

Children's Violin Class Instructor

Location: South Bronx, New York, NY

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

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

Mondays and Tuesdays 4-7pm


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


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

Salary: competitive

Send resume and a brief introduction to:

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

• Location: Bronx, 222 Alexander Ave

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 12:15 AM


Are you a passionate, and talented teacher?
Do you love working in urban schools?
Are you looking for a high school culture that strikes the perfect balance of structure and freedom, where academic rigor drives all other aspects of school life, and where positive reinforcement for hard work and effort is the norm?
Do you constantly strive to improve your craft through coaching, incorporation of data, and whatever other resources you can find?
Do you thrive in the company of equally committed, driven, and gifted teachers?

Math, Engineering, and Science Academy (MESA) Charter High School is a new high school in Bushwick, Brooklyn. On August 19, 2013, we opened our doors, and we now have 250 students in grades 9-10. Our students come from more than forty different middle schools, including public, parochial, and charter schools. Some are advanced students coming from magnet schools; others are beginning English Language Learners. What they all have in common is a desire to succeed. MESA students come to school every day, ready to work—we have a 95% attendance rate and a 96% punctuality rate, both significantly higher than other high schools in our district! In our first year, 90% of MESA students passed their Science and Math Regents exams, compared to a 50% pass rate in our local school district.

Some key aspects of MESA's design are:

Smart teaching—MESA uses a Standards-Referenced Grading system, which makes data understandable and accessible. This enables teachers to create targeted, focused instruction, and helps students understand and track their own progress. MESA teachers love data (or at least aren't afraid of it!).
Smart support—MESA teachers have a minimum of rote administrative duties in order to better focus on planning, instruction, and assessment. Teachers receive ongoing coaching and feedback. MESA is committed to collaboratively developing and growing its teachers. Dedicated time for professional development and collaborative planning is built into the calendar.
Smart scheduling—MESA's school day starts and ends later than most DOE schools, as research indicates that a late start helps high-school students succeed.
Smart culture—MESA provides students with a separate effort grade each week, which will lead to rewards for students. MESA also emphasizes positive reinforcement for student effort and performance. All MESA teachers lead an Advisory, and serve as Advisor to 10-13 students.
Smart relationships—MESA believes that all parents want their children to succeed, and enlists them as partners through phone calls, workshops, and frequent contact. More than 85% of MESA parents attended parent-teacher conferences, a number generally unheard of in unscreened urban high schools
Smart calendar—MESA's calendar has187 days of instruction, as well asdedicated PD and grading days. MESA's calendar and earlier start allow for "Intersession," during which students receive enrichment, skill remediation, or Regents preparation.

Specific Responsibilities

Design and teach five periods of English Language Arts each day (two periods daily of prep time). Utilize Universal Design for Learning method of planning and instruction to reach all learners.
Build relationships with all students. MESA teachers believe that rapport is key to student engagement and motivation.
Attend, participate in, and facilitate team meetings and professional development opportunities, as well as common planning times. MESA believes that good professional development is interactive, practical, and teacher-driven.
Communicate regularly with parents about both positive and negative interactions with students, making a minimum of two positive contacts (phone, email, or text message) with parents per week.
Hold office hours before or after school, twice per week, to provide extra help and opportunities for re-assesment.
Teach one week of Intersession enrichment program based on teacher interest (additional stipend provided).
Maintain duties as Advisor.
Other duties, as assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications: (1) Minimum Bachelor's degree in subject area to be taught, Master's Degree preferred; (2) Minimum of three years teaching experience in an urban public high school or charter school setting, or similar background; (3) Proven track-record of high achievement in the classroom and commitment to accountability; (4) Belief in and alignment with MESA's core beliefs and educational philosophy; (5) Valid New York State Certification strongly preferred; (6) Spanish-speaker a plus.

Salary: Highly competitive, commensurate with experience.

How to apply

Please email your resume and cover letter to Arthur Samuels, Executive Director, at with the subject heading "Writing Teacher." Cover letter should specifically indicate why you want to work at MESA. APPLY BY EMAIL ONLY. Due to the nature of the position and the volume of applications received, MESA will not be able to reply to all submissions. MESA will contact candidates with next steps.

• Location: Brooklyn, 231 Palmetto Street

Posted: Friday, December 19, 2014 12:15 AM


Friends of the High Line (FHL) is the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation's non-profit partner working to ensure the park on the High Line is maintained as a great public place for all New Yorkers and visitors to enjoy. In addition to overseeing the maintenance, operations, and public programming for the High Line, FHL is currently working to raise the essential funding to help complete the High Line's construction and create an endowment for its future operations. FHL offers a year-round schedule of innovative free and low-cost programs for the public and members of Friends of the High Line.

Job Description

The Teen Arts Council Educator (part-time, temporary) will work with the Teen Programs Coordinator to develop the Teen Arts Council (TAC) a 7-month-long employment program focused on cultural production, leadership development, and event production. The Educator will facilitate program sessions two times a week with a group of 12 local teens as well as weekend group outings to cultural events throughout the city, and assist the group in producing two Teen Nights on the park in the summer.

High Line Teen programs were developed in response to the FHL's community engagement initiatives, with the goal of providing paid, high-quality work experience to teens from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, with a particular focus on the local neighborhood. Through hands-on experience, workshops, guest speakers, and site visits, High Line Teens gain the leadership skills to launch their own initiatives to enrich the High Line and the surrounding neighborhood.

Primary Responsibilities

Work with 12 local teens (including TAC Leaders) to plan and produce two Teen Nights on the High Line this summer, attracting between 300 – 500 teens annually
Work additional hours with three TAC Leaders (returning members who have been promoted) to plan program sessions and hone leadership skills
Research other teen events in the city, build relationships with similar programs, and plan regular field trips for the group
Provide on-going professional guidance and support to TAC teens
This position will work 20 hours/week from January through August. This includes TAC sessions from February – August on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4-6:30 PM, as well as some Friday or Saturday afternoons as needed to attend cultural programs,. In addition, the Educator will have between 5-10 hours of prep and planning per week, for a total of 20 hours per week.


Experience facilitating youth programs in a cultural institution, non-profit, conservancy and/or non-traditional setting, or experience in community organizing and youth development with an arts component
Experience in program development, especially event production, strongly preferred
Experience and comfort working with young people of diverse backgrounds required
Candidates should demonstrate an ability to take initiative, work autonomously, and be enthusiastic about the High Line
BA in education, performing arts, museum education, museum studies or related field preferred

FHL is committed to providing a safe and productive learning environment. To that end, background checks will be conducted for all final candidates being considered for this position. Background checks may include, but are not limited to, criminal history, national sex offender search, and motor vehicle history.

How to apply

Please submit your cover letter and resume to No phone calls, ­­­please. Only those whose applications are being considered will be contacted.

We are looking to fill these positions ASAP. Applications will be processed on a rolling basis. The last date to submit an application is Friday, December 19.

Friends of the High Line is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

• Location: Manhattan, 820 Washington Street

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