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Superintendent Opening

Dunlap CUSD 323 in Peoria, Illinois is looking for a Superintendent. The superintendent is expected to be the chief executive officer and provide professional and educational leadership to the school district. Applications are only accepted online.

Want more information?

Apply Here


Summer Teaching Positions

The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2018 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support. The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.

Want more information?

Visit Website


ELA Opening

Deneen School of Excellence is looking for ELA condidates for an immediate opening in the middle school.

Want more information?

Contact Kristin Hull, Assistant Principal


Bilingual Opening

Marquette School of Excellence (CPS school) seeks a first (or second) grade bilingual teacher to cover a maternity leave starting the second week of December. We are also looking for an LBS teacher.

Want more information?

Contact Jacqueline Ovalle


Ongoing Announcements

Diverse Learner Teacher Opening

Tarkington School of Excellence, which is a Chicago Public School, is looking for a Diverse Learner teacher.

Want more information?

Contact Patricia Grivas, Case Manager


OSE is Hiring Two Student Employees!

Office of Student Employment is seeking a new Communications Assistant and Hiring Assistant to join their team. Education and Counseling students are encouraged to apply.

Want more information?

Visit Campus Job Board


Camp Akeela Summer Internship

Camp Akeela, a traditional summer camp with locations in Vermont and Wisconsin for kids who have been diagnosed with high-functioning autism, Asperger's or a non-verbal learning disorder, is looking for energetic young people to work at camp this summer.

Want more information?

View Flyer


The Learning Experience Looking for Center Director

The Learning Experience is looking for a Center Director for their brand new early education childcare center in South Elgin. Other locations are in the pipeline so growth opportunity for the right candidate is great.

Want more information?

Visit Website


Group Art Exhibition

DePaul University Visual Arts Education and the Chicago Art Department (CAD) present Warmth, a group exhibition of works produced by seven current DePaul visual arts education students. The exhibition is at CAD 1932 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60608. Opening reception is on Sunday, December 17 from 6pm-9pm.

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View postcard


Noble Network of Charter Schools looking for Special Education Teacher

Noble is hiring Learning Specialists at the following campuses to start Semester 2:

  • Baker College Prep
  • Chicago Bulls College Prep
  • Hansberry College Prep
  • ITW Speer Academy
  • Pritzker College Prep
Special education teachers at Noble are required to have their Illinois Special Education License (LBS1).

Want more information?

Apply Here


Live Oak Valuing Difference Scholarship

Students currently enrolled or about to begin graduate programs in any of following disciplines: Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Art Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy, and Psychology are encouraged to apply for a 2017 Valuing Difference Scholarship.

At Live Oak, they recognize the consequences of privilege, oppression, discrimination and stigma, and therefore practice psychotherapy, consultation, and training that affirms the value of difference. In responding to systems of marginalization, people often cope in ways that magnify feelings of shame, low self-esteem, and disconnection. Our affirmative and inclusive approach is based on an understanding of an integrative change process, and therefore provides our clients with opportunities to reduce the disintegrating effects of power and privilege to promote self- actualization and integration. We emphasize the extent to which growth and connection is enhanced more from our differences than from our similarities. The intention of this scholarship is to encourage and support new clinicians who are aligned with these values and plan to implement them in their practice.

Deadline for applications is December 1st

Want more information?

Visit Website


Education & Counseling Center Current Programs


Nomination for Excellence in Teaching Awards

Purpose: Teaching is at the Core of what faculty members do at DePaul University. In support of the University's affirmation of the reaching mission, the Quality of Instruction Council presents annual University Excellence in Teaching Awards. These awards recognize outstanding significant achievement in teaching and commitment to the teaching mission.
Eligibility: 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.
Who May Nominate: Students, faculty, and staff members in the College of Education
When You May Nominate: Nominations may be accepted at any time during the year. You are encouraged to nominate faculty members from the College of Education now for the annual award. 
Procedure:

  • Nominations should be typed in letter form and signed, detailing reasons why the faculty member should be considered for the Excellence in Teaching Award.
  • Nominations should be submitted to Sarah Magnuson, Executive Assistant, at smagnuso@depaul.edu 
  • Each letter should contain only one faculty nomination per letter. However, you are allowed to submit more than one nomination letter. 

Events

Group Art Exhibition

DePaul University Visual Arts Education and the Chicago Art Department (CAD) present Warmth, a group exhibition of works produced by seven current DePaul visual arts education students. The exhibition is at CAD 1932 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60608. Opening reception is on Sunday, December 17 from 6pm-9pm.

Want more information?

View postcard

Volunteer and Job Opportunities

Superintendent Opening

Dunlap CUSD 323 in Peoria, Illinois is looking for a Superintendent. The superintendent is expected to be the chief executive officer and provide professional and educational leadership to the school district. Applications are only accepted online.

Want more information?

Apply Here


Summer Teaching Positions

The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2018 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support. The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.

Want more information?

Visit Website


ELA Opening

Deneen School of Excellence is looking for ELA condidates for an immediate opening in the middle school.

Want more information?

Contact Kristin Hull, Assistant Principal


Bilingual Opening

Marquette School of Excellence (CPS school) seeks a first (or second) grade bilingual teacher to cover a maternity leave starting the second week of December. We are also looking for an LBS teacher.

Want more information?

Contact Jacqueline Ovalle


OSE is Hiring Two Student Employees!

Office of Student Employment is seeking a new Communications Assistant and Hiring Assistant to join their team. Education and Counseling students are encouraged to apply.

Want more information?

Visit Campus Job Board


Camp Akeela Summer Internship

Camp Akeela, a traditional summer camp with locations in Vermont and Wisconsin for kids who have been diagnosed with high-functioning autism, Asperger's or a non-verbal learning disorder, is looking for energetic young people to work at camp this summer.

Want more information?

View Flyer


The Learning Experience Looking for Center Director

The Learning Experience is looking for a Center Director for their brand new early education childcare center in South Elgin. Other locations are in the pipeline so growth opportunity for the right candidate is great.

Want more information?

Visit Website


Noble Network of Charter Schools looking for Special Education Teacher

Noble is hiring Learning Specialists at the following campuses to start Semester 2:

  • Baker College Prep
  • Chicago Bulls College Prep
  • Hansberry College Prep
  • ITW Speer Academy
  • Pritzker College Prep
Special education teachers at Noble are required to have their Illinois Special Education License (LBS1).

Want more information?

Apply Here


Live Oak Valuing Difference Scholarship

Students currently enrolled or about to begin graduate programs in any of following disciplines: Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Art Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy, and Psychology are encouraged to apply for a 2017 Valuing Difference Scholarship.

At Live Oak, they recognize the consequences of privilege, oppression, discrimination and stigma, and therefore practice psychotherapy, consultation, and training that affirms the value of difference. In responding to systems of marginalization, people often cope in ways that magnify feelings of shame, low self-esteem, and disconnection. Our affirmative and inclusive approach is based on an understanding of an integrative change process, and therefore provides our clients with opportunities to reduce the disintegrating effects of power and privilege to promote self- actualization and integration. We emphasize the extent to which growth and connection is enhanced more from our differences than from our similarities. The intention of this scholarship is to encourage and support new clinicians who are aligned with these values and plan to implement them in their practice.

Deadline for applications is December 1st

Want more information?

Visit Website


Boston Public Schools Accepting Early Applications

Boston Public Schools knows that there is no more important factor in a child’s education than a great teacher. Here in Boston, great teachers are passionate about urban education, drive student achievement, reflect the racial, cultural, and linguistic diversity of our students, and have a strong commitment to City of Boston.

By submitting an application to our District-Wide Early Hiring Pool, candidates are not only demonstrating their passion for and commitment to Boston Public Schools, but they are also seizing the opportunity to participate in a pre-screening interview. Your application materials will be available to all school leaders who have openings for the upcoming school year.

Want more information?

Apply Here


Providence Englewood Charter School Looking for Special Education Teacher

Providence Englewood Charter School is looking to fill an immediate opening for a K-2 Special Education Teacher

Want more information?

Send resume to Dr. Regina N. Williams


Anti-Cruelty Society Internships

The Anti-Cruelty Society Community Programs department is looking for interested college students for our Winter I and Winter II internship programs.

Want more information?

Winter I

Winter II


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