Temporary Chemistry Teacher- Mother McAuley
Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the West-Midwest Community, a Catholic college preparatory, all female high school, located on the southwest side of Chicago, is seeking a temporary, full-time Chemistry Teacher. The chemistry teaching position would begin immediately and would last approximately six (6) weeks with the possibility of an extension.
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required. An Illinois Teaching License Type 09 is required. Demonstrated success in teaching at the secondary level is preferred.
Interested candidates should forward their resume to:
Attention: Mrs. Eileen (Boyce) O'Reilly, Principal
Mother McAuley High School
3737 West 99th Street
Chicago, IL 60655
Alcott Elementary School
Alcott Elementary is looking for an Interventionist.
Located: 2625 N Orchard St
$15 per hour
5 flexible hours per day
Math and Literacy Interventions for 5-8 graders
Interested candidates can contact:
Maternity Leave Position
Audubon Elementary is Roscoe Village is looking to fill a maternity leave position at the beginning of March through the end of the year. Looking for an individual who has their Type 04 license. Interested candidates can send resumes to Chase James, Assistant Principal and direct supervisor. ( firstname.lastname@example.org
ChildCare Careers is an early education substitute and staffing agency. They hire teachers and other early childhood education professionals and assign them to schools as substitute, temporary and permanent staff. Childcare careers not a third party staffing agency, they are the employing entity and are here to answer all questions pertaining to evaluations, pay, tuition reimbursement, and any other concerns. They are an 'at will' company, meaning that employment is as short or long as convenient. ChildCare Careers employees will get experience in a variety of childcare centers, working with different age groups, under an array of educational philosophies, and, not to mention, the ability to shop around for a permanent home if they choose. They offer flexible scheduling and their staff will only be assigned to the areas they choose.
For those interested in substituting, there is also a "perm placement" option.
Looking for a chance to make a difference? Become a Clinical Educator!
City Mentor Project aims to support youth living in urban poverty so they can succeed in school and life. The Clinical Educator position involves a collaboration between the College of Education and the Department of Psychology. Clinical Educators receive training in special education, literacy teaching and collaborative problem-solving and psychological and behavioral interventions in the context of real world conditions in some of the most challenged communities in the country.
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High School Chemistry Maternity Leave- North Shore Country Day
Interested candidates can contact Chris Boyle- email@example.com
Irwin W. Steans Center- PSI Tutor Mentor
The Steans Center for Community- based Service Learning develops mutually beneficial relationships with schools and community organizations to engage DePaul students, staff and faculty in opportunities grounded in the Vincentian values of respect for human dignity and the quest for social justice.
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Please contact: Alex Lloyd (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an application and/or any questions.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship
The Woordrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship seeks to attract talented, committed individuals with backgrounds in the STEM fields- science, technology, engineering, and mathematics- into teaching in high-need secondary schools in Georgia and New Jersey. The Fellowship has also prepared over a thousand teachers in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. Eligible applications include current undergraduates, recent college graduates, midcareer professionals, and retirees who have majored in, or have extensively studied, one of more of the STEM fields.
The Fellowship also works to change the way top teachers are prepared, partnering with colleges and universities that have agreed to provide Fellows with innovative, year-long classroom experiences, rigorous academic work, and ongoing mentoring.
Museum Educator- The Chicago Academy of Science / Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
The Museum Educator Position requires a multi-dimensional educator with natural science content knowledge and a passion for teaching. It entails implementation of onsite and offsite science and environment education programming for a wide variety of audiences varying in ages from pre-K adults. Some program development responsibilities (especially curriculum writing and revision) are also required. Classroom experience that is transferable to school and community outreach education, after school programming, and museum settings is essential.
Student Programs Coordinator- The Chicago Academy of Sciences / Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
The Student Programs Coordinator has primary oversight of the development and implementation of Nature Museum programming designed for students. This includes our largest student programs, Field Trip Workshops, afterschool programming, and Nature on the Go. It also includes learning the department in expertise on the focused educational uses of the Nature Museum's exhibits and grounds.
St. Francis de Sales High School- Math Teacher
St. Francis de Sales High School, a Roman Catholic, co-educational high school located in the Eastside Neighborhood of Chicago and rooted in fidelity to Christ and His Church, is accepting applications for a full time Math Teacher. Applications will have a desire to be part of revitalizing and shaping a school anew. They will view teaching as a position of leadership and will demonstrate the ability to work with all different types of learners. An Illinois teaching license or equivalent from another state are required.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to: email@example.com
Substitute Teachers/ Substitute Teacher Assistants- City Elementary
City Elementary (cityelementary.com) is a small ISBE- recognized private, nonprofit school located in the Hyde Park neighborhood. The school is tailored to children with diverse learning styles and developmental needs, including those on the autism spectrum, those with attentional issues, and those with sensory integration challenges. City Elementary offers small, multi-age classes with a low student: teacher ratio, onsite speech and occupational therapies, a sensory gym, and a dedicated teach of teachers with a deep understanding of diverse learning styles.
They are seeking substitute teachers and substitute teacher assistants for occasional work in their classrooms. For substitute teachers, ideal candidates will have prior teacher experience (preferably special education) and an understanding of autism spectrum disorders. For substitute teacher assistants, ideal candidates will have experience working with children on the autism spectrum or other special needs.
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program
The Japan Information Center is pleased to announce that applications for the Japanese Government's 2017 Japan Exchange and Teacher (JET) program are now available! The online application is available here: https://www.jetapplication.com. The deadline is Friday, November 18th.
JET Program Information Session will be help on Saturday, October 8th from 1:00pm-5:00pm in downtown Chicago (737 N. Michigan Ave, 7th floor- please note that the entrance to the building is on Chicago Ave.) JET Program Staff and Alumni will be on hand to discuss living and working in Japan as a JET and how to be a successful applicant. The Information Session is open to anyone, and no registration is needed. If you have questions about the JET Program you can contact Austin Gilkeson ( austin .firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Justice Educator Pipeline Internship Program (SJEP)
The Village Leadership Academy Social Justice Educator Pipeline Internship Program provides rich opportunities for beginning teachers to train directly with experienced mentor teachers and to develop their own teaching skills by working daily in the classroom. Our unique learning environment focuses on community engagement, student empowerment, critical thinking and civic engagement.
For more information visit here: Social Justice Educator Pipeline Internship Program (SJEP)
Project Horseshoe Farm
Project Horseshoe Farm (HSF), founded in 2007, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Greensboro, Alabama that offers service and support programs for seniors, people with mental illness, and at-risk children.
HSF also offers education and leadership development opportunities for current undergraduates, recent college graduates, medical students and medical residents.
Internships are open to current undergraduate students and occur during the summer, fall, winter and spring.
For more information click here.
To apply visit here: www.projecthsf.org
Swing for Kids- Teacher's Assistant Interns
Swing for Kids provides essential social, emotional, and fine arts instruction to Kindergarten to 8th graders through the practice of Swing Dance. Their fun & engaging curriculum teaches prosocial skills like effective communication, empathy, collaboration, conflict resolution, and self-control.
They are currently seeking Teacher's Assistant interns for their full-year residency at Prescott Elementary School.
For more information please visit here: Swing for Kids
Nuturing Wisdom Tutoring Opportunity
Nurturing Wisdom has an immediate need for tutors in all subject areas to meet with students in Chicago, the western suburbs, and the North Shore. If you have a passion for education and love working one-on-one with students, consider joining our team of tutors! Even if you haven't tutored professionally before, we have a great program and team in place to help you become and awesome tutor!
To apply visit here: http://nurturingwisdom.com/apply/
Part-Time Job Opportunity with iCOOK
iCOOK is looking for energetic people to teach cooking classes for kids in an elementary classroom setting.
Teacher Responsibilities and qualifications:
- Manage Classes: maintain an organized and ordered class
- Teach lessons
- Ability to relate well with children
- Ability to make cooking class fun!
- Purchase groceries for the class (will be reimbursed for expenses)
- Prepare 2-3 simple (but healthy and delicious) recipes with kids each class. (all materials and recipes are provided)
- Be responsive to emails from Main Office
- Answer questions that parents might have
To apply, please submit resume and your availability from 2:00pm-5:00pm on weekdays to INFO@iCookAfterSchool.com call us at 773-706-2057 or 773-520-1686 with any questions
For more information about this program, visit here: http://www.icookafterschool.com/
Maternity Leave Position- Juarez High School
Juarez High School is looking for a Math Teacher for a maternity leave positionn for mid/end of October.
Interested candidates can get in touch with Keith Adams (773.534.7030 or email@example.com)
Graduate Assistant- Campus Activities
Reporting to the Program Coordinator for Campus Activities, the graduate assistant for campus activities is responsible for co-advising the DePaul Activities Board and other campus-wide programming efforts. The graduate assistant will directly work with students in an advising setting on a weekly basis both on an individual basis and in a group. The graduate assistant must be able to balance advising students while coordinating multiple events throughout a quarter. This is a ten month position.
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Tutor Positions- Frog Tutoring
Frog Tutoring is a local tutoring company that provides personalized private tutoring at an affordable rate. They are looking to hire Psychology students to work not just as tutors, but also as mentors to students in the Chicago Community.
To learn more visit here: https://frogtutoring.com/tutors/Chicago_IL_Tutors/
To apple visit here: http://frogtutoring.com/jobs/chicago-il
Benefits: Minimum pay of $30 per session, but tutor chooses which grade level and subjects to tutor, as well as having the opportunity to create their own schedule, get driving compensation, periodic bonus and referral bonus.
Teacher/Aide for a 4 year old with physical challenges
- Bachelor's degree or minimum of 2-3 years of experience in school required.
- Knowledge of child development, curriculum differentiation, executive functioning, and positive behaviors support and/or willingness to learn.
- Candidates with a background in child development, early childhood/ elementary education and/or special education desired.
- Must be able to lift 30 lbs easily.
This position is primarily for volunteer, resume building experiences, but does have a stipend per semester available. Interested candidates can contact Lynn Persin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint Luke Academy- Morning Teacher
Saint Luke Academy is seeking a morning teacher for Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 8:00am-Noon (10.5 hours a week). This is for a three year old "bridge-like program" with a class no greater than 10 students.
Interested candidates can contact Donna Beck (email@example.com)
Cardenas School in CPS- Special Education Resource Position
Cardenas School in CPS is looking for a Special Education Resource Position in grades K-3.
Interested candidates can contact Jeremy Feiwell firstname.lastname@example.org
Target New Transtitions (TNT)
TNT is a high school freshmen intervention focused on reducing the nation's drop out statistics while simultaneously providing meaningful community-based employment for highly qualified college students. TNT offers incoming high school freshmen the academic, social and emotional support they need to matriculate to college or productive workforce employment.
TNT offers highly qualified college students an opportunity to earn money as they share their time and talents with freshmen in large urban high schools. As a whole, TNT empowers both sets of students through homework support and the meaningful relationships that are created during Saturday morning study sessions over a course of an academic year.
For more information visit here: http://www.luc.edu/tnt/aboutus/
Interested candidates can contact Lucy Bryan: email@example.com
Cooperative Education Position- STEM Teaching
Argonne National Laboratory, one of the U.S Department of Energy's (DOE) major research centers, is pleased to announce opportunities for college and university undergraduates students to participate in the Laboratory's ongoing projects.
Click here for more information!
Infant Classroom Assistant Teacher- Lakeview Preschool
Experience: Looking for someone with infant experience. ECE credits are preferred, but not required.
*Must have a warm and bubbly personality that is hard working and able to communicate well to parents.
Interested candidates can send resume and cover letter to Sarah Betzold.
Nixon Elementary School- Co-Teach Special Education Teacher
Nixon Elementary, located at 2121 N. Keeler Ave is seeking a Special Education teacher for grades 4-5.
All interested candidates can contact Sherly Chavarria (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Big Shoulders Fund Teacher Development Program
Are you interested in teaching at an inner-city Chicago Catholic school? The Big Shoulders Fund is looking for passionate, charismatic and mission-driven future teachers to join their program!
For more information visit here.
Project Boost- Volunteer Opportunity
Project Boost is a program created to provide one-on-one reading intervention to struggling readers in grades K-2. During a thirty minute block, volunteers follow a series of reading and writing activities that are designed for students who need a little "boost". They are in need of volunteers who are looking to gain experience in reading intervention and instruction. As the year begins, they will create a schedule that works best with the student's classroom reading block, however, the program is usually held three days a week during a two hour block.
Interested candidates can contact Phoebe Cahan (email@example.com)
Guerin Prep- Chemistry Teacher
Guerin Prep is in need of a Chemistry Teacher to begin in January. Interested candidates can contact Karen Booth (firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ryder Math and Science Teaching Positions
Open positions for all grade levels and endorsements, including special needs classrooms. Interested candidates can email their resume to Aaron Rucker (ARucker@cps.edu)
Student Board Members Needed
WHO: New student board members needed beginning AQ16
WHAT: Gain experience upholding DePaul University's academic integrity policy by participating as a voting member of the Academic Integrity Board.
WHEN: Friday during Autumn, Winter, Spring Quarters
WHERE: Lincoln Park & Loop campuses- alternate week to week
PROCESS: Each hearing panel consists of three faculty and two student board members.
Interested candidates can contact Peggy Schultz (email@example.com)
Irwin W. Steans Center- Fulltime Coordinator Position
The Steans Center is pleased to announce an opening for a fulltime Coordinator.
Student Development Program Coordinator Summary
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Academic Service Learning (ASL), the Student Development Program Coordinator is charged with developing Community-based service learning (CbSL) courses and relationship building with campus and community partners and colleagues on the ASL team. In addition, the Program Coordinator supports the development, implementation, and evaluation of ASL's student development efforts and serves as the point person for the coordination of the Service Learning Coordinators (SLC) and Administrative Assistants.
To apply visit here: https://offices.depaul.edu/human-resources/pages/default.aspx
Graduate Assistant for Vincentian Community Service, University Ministry
The Leadership Scholarship Graduate Assistant (GA) position assists with the overall management of a leadership scholarship program (DePaul Leadership Scholars-DeLS), coordinated by the Vincentian Community Service Office and University Ministry. The GA also assists with additional duties in the office as needed.
For a full position description visit here.
If you are interested in becoming a nanny or a babysitter please email Sandra Tanksley firstname.lastname@example.org more information.