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Weekly Updates

At the DePaul College of Education, we make it easy to stay on top of the latest important  announcements, upcoming events, and job opportunities. The Weekly Updates email is sent on Mondays from the COE Advising Office to all current students.

New This Week!

TUTORING OPPORTUNITY

ASPIRA schools are in the process of seeking tutors for Aspira Business and Finance, Aspira Early College, and Aspira Antonia Pantoja High School. Tutors would be available from 3-5:30pm every day for 20 weeks. The ideal tutor would have a consistent schedule ranging from 2-15 hours a week, speak English and Spanish, be able to tutor in at least one subject area (high school math, english, history, or STEAM), have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and at least a sophomore level.

Interested?
Email Jacqueline Molina

OPENINGS FOR CABIN COUNSELORS AND ACTIVITY INSTRUCTORS

Camp Kamaji, a summer residential camp for girls located in Northern Minnesota, is currently looking for students and recent graduates to come work at camp as Cabin Counselors and Activity Instructors.

Kamaji looks for staff who are friendly and concerned, reliable and responsible, creative and patient, supportive and respectful, dedicated and committed, understanding and caring, fun and upbeat, generous and child-like. Kamaji’s staff must have initiative and enthusiasm, energy and a positive attitude, maturity and sensitivity. While Camp Kamaji’s staff come from a wide range of life experiences and demographics, all must have the desire to work with children, be able to put campers and camp first and a willingness to immerse themselves totally into camp life!

Interested?
View flyer

SUMMER TEACHING JOBS

The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Each year we hire hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:

  • Earn more than $6,500 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$750 per week.
  • Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
  • Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
  • Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.

We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season. Successful Institute teachers:

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
  • Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
  • Will be patient and supportive with students
Sound like you?
Learn more and apply

CPS NETWORK 3

A number of schools in CPS Network 3 are currently looking for teachers, especially in PreK and special education.

Interested?
Send resumes to Jennifer Farrell-Rottman, network chief

SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM ASSISTANT OPENING

Come join a dynamic team of 4th grade educators to support the needs of students at varying levels at Audubon School. This educator will be responsible for running small learning groups, collaborating with general education peers, and supporting the behavioral needs of individual students. They will have the opportunity to engage in parent meetings, individualized education plan meetings, and school-wide learning.This educator requires a paraprofessional license through ISBE.

Interested?
Email resume to Principal Duffy

STEM TEACHER NEEDED FOR TEMPORARY ASSIGNED TEACHER

Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy, one of 10 selective enrollment schools. Located on the Far South side of Chicago, it has been recognized by Newsweek and US News for outstanding education. Last year, the school created an innovative STEM curriculum to engage students in inquiry and critical thinking as it relates to the field of math and science. This year, we are looking to continue this development with the hiring of a STEM teacher. This position requires a dual certification in math and science. Another position requires a science certification.

Interested?
View flyer
View CPS site for dual certification position
View
CPS site for science certification position

SPARK INTERNSHIP

Spark is a nonprofit that unites diverse communities, specifically on the south and west side of Chicago, to provide students in the middle grades with opportunities to discover who they can become today and in the future through career exploration and self discovery activities. A Spark Intern, ideally a junior or senior, will have the opportunity to engage and build relationships with over 35 corporate partners across Chicago and 12 CPS middle schools, while working on a project that brings their skills and interests to life.

Interested?
See flyer

PRINCIPAL OPPORTUNITY

Our Lady of Peace Catholic School, located in suburban Darien, IL, is searching for a principal. The successful candidate must be a devout and practicing Catholic who upholds the teachings of the faith and who exemplifies an unwavering commitment to Catholic education that is firmly rooted in Gospel values. The Principal must be an outstanding educational leader with demonstrated expertise in pedagogy, curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a pre-kindergarten through grade eight learning environment

Interested?
View job description

Ongoing Announcements

BILINGUAL TEACHER JOB FAIR

West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is hosting the annual in-house job fair for bilingual teachers to start the hiring process for our 2019-2020 SY.

They are currently seeking Bilingual (Spanish) Teachers for next school year. A PEL or Transitional License in Illinois is required. They are looking to hire for all elementary grade levels (K-8), especially for bilingual Middle School teachers in English and Social Studies.

The Job Fair will take place on Wednesday, December 19 at the District 33 Office:
312 E Forest Avenue
West Chicago, IL

Interested?
See flyer
RSVP to Teresa Glavez, HR Specialist

CAMP AKEELA SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Camp Akeela, a fun, traditional overnight summer camp for boys and girls ages 9-19 with locations in Vermont and Wisconsin, is entering their hiring season. They are looking for energetic young people who are interested in getting hand-on experience working in a residential setting with children on the autism spectrum.

Interested?
Visit website or email staff@campakeela.com
View flyer

HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

Senn High School is currently searching for a Physics teacher.

Interested?
Contact Mary Beck, principal

6th GRADE MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHER OPENING

Sandra Cisneros Elementary School, a member of the Acero network, in Chicago is currently looking for a 6th grade math and science teacher.

Interested?
Apply now

PRESCHOOL TEACHING ASSISTANT

Pope John XXIII in Evanston is looking to hire a Preschool Teaching Assistant

Interested?
Email Molly Dolkart, preschool teacher

CURT'S CAFE OPENING

Curt's Cafe is searching for a full-time Assistant Manager/Catering Manager. The cafe's student-trainees, 15 through 24 years, are living in at-risk situations such as having contact with the judicial system, or are homeless, food insecure or have dropped out of school. They are determined to build a positive future for themselves. For these young adults, being able to get and hold a job will contribute immeasurably toward their success.

Interested?
View job description
Contact Karen Smith, Director of Operations

HISTORY TEACHER POSITION - MATERNITY LEAVE SPRING 2019

Willows Academy in Des Plaines, IL is looking for someone to teach European History at the high school level (one 12th grade honors section, one 12th grade AP section) and US History at the middle school level (one section of 7th grade and one section of 8th grade) as a long-term sub (maternity leave) from January 3, 2019-June 5, 2019. Emphasis is on helping students improve their skills of critical reading, analytical thinking, and effective writing. The teacher must capture a rigorous approach to learning History in support of a college prep mission.

Interested?
See full posting and apply

ASSOCIATE THERAPIST POSITION

Lincoln Park Therapy Group, a boutique private practice in Chicago’s Lincoln Park and East Lakeview neighborhoods, is looking for part-time with potential to grow into full time (27+ clients a week) enthusiastic, easy to connect with and adaptable professional to join our fun, dynamic and collaborative group practice in our Lincoln Park and East Lakeview offices. Requirements include being licensed (provisionally licensed or in process of applying for provisional license is acceptable) in the State of Illinois, preferably with private practice experience.

Interested?
View job posting

BIOLOGY TEACHER AT CHIARTS

The Chicago High School for the Arts is accepting applications for a licensed AP Biology/Biology Teacher for school year 2018-19. The position will teach various levels of Biology, 9-12th grade.

The ideal teacher candidate will have the passion and skills to create a learning environment that will offer a rigorous college preparatory education that challenges students to achieve at high levels. Teachers at ChiArts will be required to differentiate instruction; design lesson and unit plans that properly assess student achievement; and use data to inform instruction.

Interested?
Visit website

AFTER SCHOOL MATTERS INSTRUCTOR

After School Matters is a non-profit organization that provides Chicago high school teens with opportunities to discover their potentials and foster and develop skills through quality programming in content areas like sports, arts, STEM, and communications and leadership. They are currently seeking new Employee Instructors interested in offering after-school and summer programs during the Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 program sessions. These program providers will mentor and share their expertise with Chicago high school teens by delivering a wide range of program opportunities across the city in these content areas.

Interested?
View job posting

NOMINATIONS FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARDS

Teaching is at the core of what faculty members do at DePaul University. In support of the University’s affirmation of the teaching mission, the Quality of Instruction Council presents annual University Excellence in Teaching Awards. These awards recognize outstanding and significant achievement in teaching and commitment to the teaching mission.

Students, faculty and staff members in the College of Education are invited to nominate a faculty member and all College of Education tenure-track faculty members who teach at least three degree-credit courses at DePaul during an academic year and have completed at least three full years of teaching at DePaul at the time of the award (autumn following the nomination) are eligible for consideration.

Nominations are accepted at any time during the year and should be typed in letter form and signed, detailing reasons why the faculty member should be considered. Each letter should contain only one faculty nomination per letter. However, you are allowed to submit more than one nomination letter.

Interested?
Submit nomination letter to Sarah Magnuson

CATHOLIC SCHOOL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Founded in 1851 and located in the heart of Philadelphia, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School “The Prep” is an outstanding independent, college-prep school for boys sponsored and operated by the Society of Jesus - one of 62 Jesuit Secondary Schools (JSN) in the United States. The school serves approximately 900 students from Philadelphia, New Jersey and the Delaware Valley and is dedicated to providing a robust classical program with extensive offerings of athletics, drama, music and club opportunities. Even more important is the commitment to producing graduates who are “men for and with others” and who will serve their families, churches and communities.

The school operates in the President/Principal model and now seeks a dynamic, faith-filled practicing Catholic to serve as Principal effective July 2019. The new Principal will work in close partnership with President Fr. John Swope, SJ, in fulfilling the goals of a new and visionary strategic plan. The school is a leader in teaching and learning and has a remarkable reputation in the community. 97% of the faculty hold advanced degrees and are immersed in the mission of the school. Enrollment is strong, and the student experience is exceptional. This is a distinguished opportunity for an accomplished leader with a passion for excellence to take this extraordinary school to the next level.

Interested?
View position description

WINTER/SPRING 2019 PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Des Plaines Public Library is looking for a preschool outreach intern. You will experience working with preschool-age children, performing storytimes, and playing a pivotal role in a library’s outreach team. The successful candidate will perform exciting storytimes for children ages 2-5 at their preschool, and encourage the children to visit the library. The intern will also facilitate a book borrowing program through the school.

This internship runs January 21 – March 22, 2019, for 9 weeks, 22.5 hrs/week, Monday-Friday, 9:15 a.m.–2:15 p.m. with a half-hour unpaid lunch break. The nine-week internship includes one week of training. Salary is $15.00/hour, plus reimbursement for mileage as necessary

Interested?
Visit job posting

STEANS CENTER GRADUATE STUDENT POSTION

The Steans Center at DePaul University currently has a part-time Service Learning Coordinator position open for graduate students for the remainder of the 2018-219 academic year. The position would begin mid-December.

The Service Learning Coordinator (SLC), in collaboration with a Project Coordinator, coordinates the logistics of DePaul University service-learning students enrolled in community-based service learning courses as part of the Academic Service Learning (ASL) team. Most students engage in direct service, while some work on course-based projects in the community. The SLC serves as the primary contact person between the Steans Center, service-learning students, community partner agencies, and, occasionally, service-learning faculty.

Interested?
Apply here.

BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS RECRUITMENT SEASON

Boston Public Schools has officially opened their 2019-2020 recruitment season. Apply today for an opportunity be named a priority candidate.

Interested?
Visit website to learn more and to apply

LANGUAGE ASSISTANT PROGRAMS IN SPAIN

Meddeas Program has just opened the application period for the opportunity to teach English in Spain during the 219-2020 academic year. NO SPANISH IS NEEDED

Want more information?
Read FAQ
Download application form

TUTOR WANTED

Family seeking tutor for 11 year old twin girls from St Andrew School. Tasks include picking up girls from school at 3pm (Car will be provided if needed) and tutoring them on schoolwork and good study habits. Sessions would be 2-3 times a week for 2 hours per session. Prefer Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Interested?
Call David at 773/218-8831

HOPE LEARNING ACADEMY - CHICAGO

Hope Learning Academy in Chicago is currently looking to fill a 1st grade general education teaching position for this year.

Interested?
Contact Michael Jakubowski, principal

TITLE I PARA-PROFESSIONALS NEEDED

Algonquin Middle School is seeking two fulltime Title I para-professionals for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year. The Paraprofessional will be paid 6.5 hours per day. The typical day schedule is from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM, which includes a 30-minute duty free lunch. The paraprofessional reports to an assigned classroom teacher and the building principal. Opportunities for additional duties and assignments are also available.

Interested?
View flier
Contact Dr. Julie Fogarty, principal

FALL FORUM RECORDING AVAILABLE

Were you unable to attend the COE Fall Forum: What You Need to Know about Teacher Unions? If so, we are excited to share that it will be broadcast on CAN TV on the following dates:
Tuesday, November 13th, 7pm
Wednesday, November 14th, 10am

You may also access the recording now through their website.


LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE POSITION

Hawthorne Scholastic Academy is seeking a 6-8 Science/SS special education inclusion teacher. Interested candidates must have theaching certification and LBS 1 endorsement.

Interested?
Email Alisha Waters for more information

PART TIME SCHOOL MONITOR (EXTENDED DAY)

Distinctive Schools CICS Bucktown, located at 2235 Hamilton Ave, Chicago, IL 60647, is looking for a Part-Time School Monitor to help with Extended Day. Hours are Tuesdays & Fridays from 3:45-5:45 at a $12.00 per hour. We are looking for someone to assist students with homework, transition students from the Cafeteria to assigned rooms, take attendance and pass out snacks, supervise students on the playground, and help students with Ipads, board games, and arts and crafts.

This is an ideal position for an individual looking to pick up some extra hours and is a GREAT way to get a foot in the door with our Network. Individuals looking for student teaching placement with us in the Fall of 2019, this could be perfect for you. We have high success rates of placing our student teachers in lead teaching, full-time positions with our Network upon graduation.

Interested?
Email Sami Baugh, Director of Talent Acquisition for Distinctive Schools, a quick blurb indicating that you are from DePaul and interested in the role.

PART TIME SCHOOL MONITOR (LUNCH AND RECESS)

Distinctive Schools CICS Irving Park, located at 3820 N Spaulding Ave, Chicago, IL 60618, is looking for a Part-Time School Monitor (Lunch & Recess). Pay is $12.00 per hour, and hours vary between 10am-1:30pm, we can be flexible based on your schedule! We are looking for someone to ensure that all students have an enjoyable and safe lunch/recess experience. The School Monitor is responsible for maintaining the safety and security of all students in the cafeteria and during the recess period.

This is an ideal position for an individual looking to pick up some extra hours and is a GREAT way to get a foot in the door with our Network. Individuals looking for student teaching placement with us in the Fall of 2019, this could be perfect for you. We have high success rates of placing our student teachers in lead teaching, full-time positions with our Network upon graduation.

Interested?
Email Sami Baugh, Director of Talent Acquisition for Distinctive Schools, a quick blurb indicating that you are from DePaul and interested in the role.

SPECIAL EDUCATION OPENINGS

Disney II Magnet School is a Pk-12 CPS school in the Old Irving Park neighborhood that has two Special Education positions open!

  • Kindergarten through 3rd grade resource room and inclusion
  • High school inclusion and self-contained
Interested?
Please email Joanna Cohen for more information

WINTER TERM REGISTRATION

Please enroll in your Winter Quarter classes if you haven’t already done so. Some classes fill up so you need to register right away; other classes need more student or they’re in jeopardy of being cancelled. Also, be aware that some classes are only offered once per year (or once every other year) so check with your advisor if you’re unsure.

If you have any holds on your account (immunization, financial, etc.), please contact DePaul Central.

Please keep the following important dates in mind:

  • DePaul University will be closed on Friday, December 21, 2018 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019.
  • The first day of Winter Quarter is Saturday, January 5, 2019.

Visit DePaul’s academic calendar to view all important university dates:


UNI OVERSEAS RECRUITING FAIR

Annoucing the 2019 UNI Overseas Teaching Services and Recruiting Fair. This fair is for teachers looking to teach abroad for the 2019-2020 school year. DePaul students are welcome!

February 1st - February 2nd, 2019
Waterloo, Iowa
$50 Early Bird Registration Fee

Interested?
Register Online
Visit Website

Volunteer, Scholarship, and Job Opportunities

TUTORING OPPORTUNITY

ASPIRA schools are in the process of seeking tutors for Aspira Business and Finance, Aspira Early College, and Aspira Antonia Pantoja High School. Tutors would be available from 3-5:30pm every day for 20 weeks. The ideal tutor would have a consistent schedule ranging from 2-15 hours a week, speak English and Spanish, be able to tutor in at least one subject area (high school math, english, history, or STEAM), have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and at least a sophomore level.

Interested?
Email Jacqueline Molina

OPENINGS FOR CABIN COUNSELORS AND ACTIVITY INSTRUCTORS

Camp Kamaji, a summer residential camp for girls located in Northern Minnesota, is currently looking for students and recent graduates to come work at camp as Cabin Counselors and Activity Instructors.

Kamaji looks for staff who are friendly and concerned, reliable and responsible, creative and patient, supportive and respectful, dedicated and committed, understanding and caring, fun and upbeat, generous and child-like. Kamaji’s staff must have initiative and enthusiasm, energy and a positive attitude, maturity and sensitivity. While Camp Kamaji’s staff come from a wide range of life experiences and demographics, all must have the desire to work with children, be able to put campers and camp first and a willingness to immerse themselves totally into camp life!

Interested?
View flyer

SUMMER TEACHING JOBS

The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Each year we hire hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:

  • Earn more than $6,500 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$750 per week.
  • Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
  • Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
  • Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.

We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season. Successful Institute teachers:

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
  • Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
  • Will be patient and supportive with students
Sound like you?
Learn more and apply

CPS NETWORK 3

A number of schools in CPS Network 3 are currently looking for teachers, especially in PreK and special education.

Interested?
Send resumes to Jennifer Farrell-Rottman, network chief

SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM ASSISTANT OPENING

Come join a dynamic team of 4th grade educators to support the needs of students at varying levels at Audubon School. This educator will be responsible for running small learning groups, collaborating with general education peers, and supporting the behavioral needs of individual students. They will have the opportunity to engage in parent meetings, individualized education plan meetings, and school-wide learning.This educator requires a paraprofessional license through ISBE.

Interested?
Email resume to Principal Duffy

STEM TEACHER NEEDED FOR TEMPORARY ASSIGNED TEACHER

Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy Gwendolyn Brooks, one of 10 selective enrollment schools. Located on the Far South side of Chicago, it has been recognized by Newsweek and US News for outstanding education. Last year, the school created an innovative STEM curriculum to engage students in inquiry and critical thinking as it relates to the field of math and science. This year, we are looking to continue this development with the hiring of a STEM teacher. This position requires a dual certification in math and science. Another position requires a science certification.

Interested?
View flyer
View CPS site for dual certification position
View
CPS site for science certification position

SPARK INTERNSHIP

Spark is a nonprofit that unites diverse communities, specifically on the south and west side of Chicago, to provide students in the middle grades with opportunities to discover who they can become today and in the future through career exploration and self discovery activities. A Spark Intern, ideally a junior or senior, will have the opportunity to engage and build relationships with over 35 corporate partners across Chicago and 12 CPS middle schools, while working on a project that brings their skills and interests to life.

Interested?
See flyer

PRINCIPAL OPPORTUNITY

Our Lady of Peace Catholic School, located in suburban Darien, IL, is searching for a principal. The successful candidate must be a devout and practicing Catholic who upholds the teachings of the faith and who exemplifies an unwavering commitment to Catholic education that is firmly rooted in Gospel values. The Principal must be an outstanding educational leader with demonstrated expertise in pedagogy, curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a pre-kindergarten through grade eight learning environment

Interested?
View job description

BILINGUAL TEACHER JOB FAIR

West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is hosting the annual in-house job fair for bilingual teachers to start the hiring process for our 2019-2020 SY.

They are currently seeking Bilingual (Spanish) Teachers for next school year. A PEL or Transitional License in Illinois is required. They are looking to hire for all elementary grade levels (K-8), especially for bilingual Middle School teachers in English and Social Studies.

The Job Fair will take place on Wednesday, December 19 at the District 33 Office:
312 E Forest Avenue
West Chicago, IL

Interested?
See flyer
RSVP to Teresa Glavez, HR Specialist

CAMP AKEELA SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Camp Akeela, a fun, traditional overnight summer camp for boys and girls ages 9-19 with locations in Vermont and Wisconsin, is entering their hiring season. They are looking for energetic young people who are interested in getting hand-on experience working in a residential setting with children on the autism spectrum.

Interested?
Visit website or email staff@campakeela.com
View flyer

HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

Senn High School is currently searching for a Physics teacher.

Interested?
Contact Mary Beck, principal

6th GRADE MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHER OPENING

Sandra Cisneros Elementary School, a member of the Acero network, in Chicago is currently looking for a 6th grade math and science teacher.

Interested?
Apply now

PRESCHOOL TEACHING ASSISTANT

Pope John XXIII in Evanston is looking to hire a Preschool Teaching Assistant

Interested?
Email Molly Dolkart, preschool teacher

CURT'S CAFE OPENING

Curt's Cafe is searching for a full-time Assistant Manager/Catering Manager. The cafe's student-trainees, 15 through 24 years, are living in at-risk situations such as having contact with the judicial system, or are homeless, food insecure or have dropped out of school. They are determined to build a positive future for themselves. For these young adults, being able to get and hold a job will contribute immeasurably toward their success.

Interested?
View job description
Contact Karen Smith, Director of Operations

HISTORY TEACHER POSITION - MATERNITY LEAVE SPRING 2019

Willows Academy in Des Plaines, IL is looking for someone to teach European History at the high school level (one 12th grade honors section, one 12th grade AP section) and US History at the middle school level (one section of 7th grade and one section of 8th grade) as a long-term sub (maternity leave) from January 3, 2019-June 5, 2019. Emphasis is on helping students improve their skills of critical reading, analytical thinking, and effective writing. The teacher must capture a rigorous approach to learning History in support of a college prep mission.

Interested?
See full posting and apply

ASSOCIATE THERAPIST POSITION

Lincoln Park Therapy Group, a boutique private practice in Chicago’s Lincoln Park and East Lakeview neighborhoods, is looking for part-time with potential to grow into full time (27+ clients a week) enthusiastic, easy to connect with and adaptable professional to join our fun, dynamic and collaborative group practice in our Lincoln Park and East Lakeview offices. Requirements include being licensed (provisionally licensed or in process of applying for provisional license is acceptable) in the State of Illinois, preferably with private practice experience.

Interested?
View job posting

BIOLOGY TEACHER AT CHIARTS

The Chicago High School for the Arts is accepting applications for a licensed AP Biology/Biology Teacher for school year 2018-19. The position will teach various levels of Biology, 9-12th grade.

The ideal teacher candidate will have the passion and skills to create a learning environment that will offer a rigorous college preparatory education that challenges students to achieve at high levels. Teachers at ChiArts will be required to differentiate instruction; design lesson and unit plans that properly assess student achievement; and use data to inform instruction.

Interested?
Visit website

AFTER SCHOOL MATTERS INSTRUCTOR

After School Matters is a non-profit organization that provides Chicago high school teens with opportunities to discover their potentials and foster and develop skills through quality programming in content areas like sports, arts, STEM, and communications and leadership. They are currently seeking new Employee Instructors interested in offering after-school and summer programs during the Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 program sessions. These program providers will mentor and share their expertise with Chicago high school teens by delivering a wide range of program opportunities across the city in these content areas.

Interested?
View job posting

CATHOLIC SCHOOL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Founded in 1851 and located in the heart of Philadelphia, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School “The Prep” is an outstanding independent, college-prep school for boys sponsored and operated by the Society of Jesus - one of 62 Jesuit Secondary Schools (JSN) in the United States. The school serves approximately 900 students from Philadelphia, New Jersey and the Delaware Valley and is dedicated to providing a robust classical program with extensive offerings of athletics, drama, music and club opportunities. Even more important is the commitment to producing graduates who are “men for and with others” and who will serve their families, churches and communities.

The school operates in the President/Principal model and now seeks a dynamic, faith-filled practicing Catholic to serve as Principal effective July 2019. The new Principal will work in close partnership with President Fr. John Swope, SJ, in fulfilling the goals of a new and visionary strategic plan. The school is a leader in teaching and learning and has a remarkable reputation in the community. 97% of the faculty hold advanced degrees and are immersed in the mission of the school. Enrollment is strong, and the student experience is exceptional. This is a distinguished opportunity for an accomplished leader with a passion for excellence to take this extraordinary school to the next level.

Interested?
View position description

WINTER/SPRING 2019 PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Des Plaines Public Library is looking for a preschool outreach intern. You will experience working with preschool-age children, performing storytimes, and playing a pivotal role in a library’s outreach team. The successful candidate will perform exciting storytimes for children ages 2-5 at their preschool, and encourage the children to visit the library. The intern will also facilitate a book borrowing program through the school.

This internship runs January 21 – March 22, 2019, for 9 weeks, 22.5 hrs/week, Monday-Friday, 9:15 a.m.–2:15 p.m. with a half-hour unpaid lunch break. The nine-week internship includes one week of training. Salary is $15.00/hour, plus reimbursement for mileage as necessary

Interested?
Visit job posting

STEANS CENTER GRADUATE STUDENT POSTION

The Steans Center at DePaul University currently has a part-time Service Learning Coordinator position open for graduate students for the remainder of the 2018-219 academic year. The position would begin mid-December.

The Service Learning Coordinator (SLC), in collaboration with a Project Coordinator, coordinates the logistics of DePaul University service-learning students enrolled in community-based service learning courses as part of the Academic Service Learning (ASL) team. Most students engage in direct service, while some work on course-based projects in the community. The SLC serves as the primary contact person between the Steans Center, service-learning students, community partner agencies, and, occasionally, service-learning faculty.

Interested?
Apply here.

BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS RECRUITMENT SEASON

Boston Public Schools has officially opened their 2019-2020 recruitment season. Apply today for an opportunity be named a priority candidate.

Interested?
Visit website to learn more and to apply

LANGUAGE ASSISTANT PROGRAMS IN SPAIN

Meddeas Program has just opened the application period for the opportunity to teach English in Spain during the 219-2020 academic year. NO SPANISH IS NEEDED

Want more information?
Read FAQ
Download application form

TUTOR WANTED

Family seeking tutor for 11 year old twin girls from St Andrew School. Tasks include picking up girls from school at 3pm (Car will be provided if needed) and tutoring them on schoolwork and good study habits. Sessions would be 2-3 times a week for 2 hours per session. Prefer Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Interested?
Call David at 773/218-8831

HOPE LEARNING ACADEMY - CHICAGO

Hope Learning Academy in Chicago is currently looking to fill a 1st grade general education teaching position for this year.

Interested?
Contact Michael Jakubowski, principal

TITLE I PARA-PROFESSIONALS NEEDED

Algonquin Middle School is seeking two fulltime Title I para-professionals for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year. The Paraprofessional will be paid 6.5 hours per day. The typical day schedule is from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM, which includes a 30-minute duty free lunch. The paraprofessional reports to an assigned classroom teacher and the building principal. Opportunities for additional duties and assignments are also available.

Interested?
View flier
Contact Dr. Julie Fogarty, principal

LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE POSITION

Hawthorne Scholastic Academy is seeking a 6-8 Science/SS special education inclusion teacher. Interested candidates must have theaching certification and LBS 1 endorsement.

Interested?
Email Alisha Waters for more information

PART TIME SCHOOL MONITOR (EXTENDED DAY)

Distinctive Schools CICS Bucktown, located at 2235 Hamilton Ave, Chicago, IL 60647, is looking for a Part-Time School Monitor to help with Extended Day. Hours are Tuesdays & Fridays from 3:45-5:45 at a $12.00 per hour. We are looking for someone to assist students with homework, transition students from the Cafeteria to assigned rooms, take attendance and pass out snacks, supervise students on the playground, and help students with Ipads, board games, and arts and crafts.

This is an ideal position for an individual looking to pick up some extra hours and is a GREAT way to get a foot in the door with our Network. Individuals looking for student teaching placement with us in the Fall of 2019, this could be perfect for you. We have high success rates of placing our student teachers in lead teaching, full-time positions with our Network upon graduation.

Interested?
Email Sami Baugh, Director of Talent Acquisition for Distinctive Schools, a quick blurb indicating that you are from DePaul and interested in the role.

PART TIME SCHOOL MONITOR (LUNCH AND RECESS)

Distinctive Schools CICS Irving Park, located at 3820 N Spaulding Ave, Chicago, IL 60618, is looking for a Part-Time School Monitor (Lunch & Recess). Pay is $12.00 per hour, and hours vary between 10am-1:30pm, we can be flexible based on your schedule! We are looking for someone to ensure that all students have an enjoyable and safe lunch/recess experience. The School Monitor is responsible for maintaining the safety and security of all students in the cafeteria and during the recess period.

This is an ideal position for an individual looking to pick up some extra hours and is a GREAT way to get a foot in the door with our Network. Individuals looking for student teaching placement with us in the Fall of 2019, this could be perfect for you. We have high success rates of placing our student teachers in lead teaching, full-time positions with our Network upon graduation.

Interested?
Email Sami Baugh, Director of Talent Acquisition for Distinctive Schools, a quick blurb indicating that you are from DePaul and interested in the role.

SPECIAL EDUCATION OPENINGS

Disney II Magnet School is a Pk-12 CPS school in the Old Irving Park neighborhood that has two Special Education positions open!

  • Kindergarten through 3rd grade resource room and inclusion
  • High school inclusion and self-contained
Interested?
Please email Joanna Cohen for more information

Events

BILINGUAL TEACHER JOB FAIR

West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is hosting the annual in-house job fair for bilingual teachers to start the hiring process for our 2019-2020 SY.

They are currently seeking Bilingual (Spanish) Teachers for next school year. A PEL or Transitional License in Illinois is required. They are looking to hire for all elementary grade levels (K-8), especially for bilingual Middle School teachers in English and Social Studies.

The Job Fair will take place on Wednesday, December 19 at the District 33 Office:
312 E Forest Avenue
West Chicago, IL

Interested?
See flyer
RSVP to Teresa Glavez, HR Specialist

WINTER TERM REGISTRATION

Please enroll in your Winter Quarter classes if you haven’t already done so. Some classes fill up so you need to register right away; other classes need more student or they’re in jeopardy of being cancelled. Also, be aware that some classes are only offered once per year (or once every other year) so check with your advisor if you’re unsure.

If you have any holds on your account (immunization, financial, etc.), please contact DePaul Central.

Please keep the following important dates in mind:

  • DePaul University will be closed on Friday, December 21, 2018 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019.
  • The first day of Winter Quarter is Saturday, January 5, 2019.

Visit DePaul’s academic calendar to view all important university dates:


EDUCATOR RECRUITMENT EVENT

The Charleston County School District will be in Chicago Nov. 30th and Dec. 1st, 2018 to meet and talk with anyone interested in exploring teaching positions in Charleston, S.C.

Teachers needed in the following areas:

  • Social Studies, Math, Science, and English
  • K-12 Special Education
  • Spanish
  • Media Specialists
  • Career and Technology (CTE) positions
  • K-12 Art and Music

When: Nov. 30 and Dec. 2, 2018
Where: Hyatt Regency Chicago 151 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL
Interviews on Dec. 2nd 12:00-4:00 p.m. @ Hyatt East Tower, Concourse Level, room # Roosevelt 2

Interested?
Contact Barbara Hairfield at 843/729-3762to schedule an interview

UNI OVERSEAS RECRUITING FAIR

Annoucing the 2019 UNI Overseas Teaching Services and Recruiting Fair. This fair is for teachers looking to teach abroad for the 2019-2020 school year. DePaul students are welcome!

February 1st - February 2nd, 2019
Waterloo, Iowa
$50 Early Bird Registration Fee

Interested?
Register Online
Visit Website

NCSS CONFERENCE... VOLUNTEER AND ATTEND FOR FREE

The 2018 National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) annual conference will be held on November 30th- Dec.2nd at the Hyatt Regency Center in Chicago! For any students interested in attending NCSS, there are great opportunities to volunteer and "earn" a way to participate in NCSS for FREE.

Interested?
Sign up to volunteer

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