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New This Week!

Students Encouraged to Register for Winter Education Forum
Sanctuary Schools: Safety, Protection, Opportunity for All Students!

Monday, February 19, 2018
6:00pm-8:00pm
Student Center Room 120B
2250 North Sheffield Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

Join a panel of educators to discuss the impact of immigration policies and school-based policing on students, how to create sanctuary schools, know your rights workshops for students, teachers, parents and policy recommendation to increase safety and opportunity in schools. 2CPDUs available for teachers. IEIN required. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Want more information?

Register Here
Download Flyer


Egan Office Graduate Student Position

The Egan Office for Urban Education and Community Partnerships (Egan UECP) is committed to supporting under-resourced communities, schools and community groups in their efforts to address critical social issues and promote equity and social justice. The Egan Office for Urban Education and Community Partnerships (Egan UECP) is seeking a graduate student to fulfill the responsibilities of Administrative Coordinator. This position is available immediately at $15/hours for 25 hours per week. The position will continue during the summer pending availability of funds and the changing needs of the Egan Office. In collaboration with the Director and Assistant Director, the Administrative Coordinator works on special initiatives of the Egan Office in under-resourced communities of color to coordinate communications and plan events. The Administrative Coordinator serves as a critical member of the Egan administrative team to develop and maintain the administrative systems, processes, structures and tools needed to run a high-functioning, community-oriented, forward-looking team of professionals. As part of this team, he Administrative Coordinator supports the work and learning of a team of DePaul graduate and undergraduate students who work within partner schools and assists in planning, monitoring and implementing various programs and projects.

Qualifications: Candidates should demonstrate passion and commitment to education equity and/or community building in low income, communities of color. Must have excellent interpersonal and communications skills across diverse cultures. Must have strong administrative skills including financial management. All candidates must be work-study eligible. Please check with Financial Aid to confirm your eligibility before applying. Apply on the Campus Job Board.

Want more information?

View Job Description
Email Tecora Rogers


Walk In Advising for Spring/Summer Enrollment THIS WEEK

The COE Advising Office will offer walk-in advising the week of February 12th to help students figure out their Spring and Summer course schedules. During walk-in advising, students* are able to sign up for a 15-minute appointment with their advisor to review their course options, assist with course changes, and ask brief questions.

Walk-in advising will be offered during the following days and hours:

  • Monday, February 12th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Tuesday, February 13th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, February 14th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Thursday, February 15th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Friday, February 16th: 10am-12pm

* Counseling advisors are available by appointment only, not during walk-in advising.

Want more information?

Find Your Advisor


John T. Pirie Fine Arts & Academic Center Openings

Pirie School is looking for two highly qualified teachers to begin teaching immediately. We are looking for a 5th Grade teacher who is qualified to teach all subject areas. We would like for the 5th grade teacher to have endorsements in Math and Middle School if possible. We are also looking for a 4th grade teacher. Both teachers must have at least a Type 03 certificate and qualified to teacher K-9 students.

Want more information?

Contact Senalda Grady, principal, at 773/535-3435 or srgrady@cps.edu


Avoca School District 37 in Wilmette is Looking for Substitute Teachers

Avoca is a small North Shore School with a history of hiring substitutes into full time positions! Gain experience alongside professional and progressive teachers.

Want more information?

View Flyer
Apply Online


Golden Apple Scholarship Opportunity for 1st and 2nd Year Students DEADLINE THIS WEEK

Time is running out to apply to be a part of the Golden Apple Scholars Class of 2018.The application closes THIS WEEK! First and second year College of Education students are encouraged to apply to benefit from up to $23,000 in scholarships and stipend funds, summer institutes, and mentoring.

APPLICATION CLOSES ON FEBRUARY 15, 2018!

Want more information?

View Flyer


Galileo Innovation Camps Summer Positions

This spring, Galileo Summer Camps are hiring for a wide variety of camp teaching and mentor-ship roles to staff our 70+innovative education summer camp locations in Chicagoland, the SF Bay Area and Southern California. A wide variety of positions are available from subject-specific instructors to camp directors. We offer ample training and professional development opportunities for all of our employees.

Want more information?

Summer Opportunities
Camp Director Position


Good News in the COE

The Winter 2018 edition of Good News in the College of Education, a listing of some of the great things our faculty, staff, and students have accomplished recently, has been published on the COE website.

Want more information?

Read Good News

Ongoing Announcements

Walk In Advising for Spring/Summer Enrollment THIS WEEK

The COE Advising Office will offer walk-in advising the week of February 12th to help students figure out their Spring and Summer course schedules. During walk-in advising, students* are able to sign up for a 15-minute appointment with their advisor to review their course options, assist with course changes, and ask brief questions.

Walk-in advising will be offered during the following days and hours:

  • Monday, February 12th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Tuesday, February 13th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, February 14th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Thursday, February 15th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Friday, February 16th: 10am-12pm

* Counseling advisors are available by appointment only, not during walk-in advising.

Want more information?

Find Your Advisor


Reminder of Important Spring and Summer Quarter Dates

SPRING

  • The first day of Spring Quarter classes is Monday, March 26, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Spring Quarter is Monday, April 2, 2018 at 8:00 AM.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Spring Quarter is Friday, April 6, 2018.
  • The last day of Spring Quarter is June 8, 2018.

SUMMER
Summer Session 1 (5-week session)

  • The first day of Summer Session 1 is Monday, June 11, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Summer Session 1 is Wednesday, June 13, 2018.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Summer Session 1 is Friday, June 15, 2018.
  • The last day of Summer Session 1 is July 15, 2018.

Summer Session 2 (5-week session)

  • The first day of Summer Session 2 is Monday, July 16, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Summer Session 2 is Wednesday, July 18, 2018.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Summer Session 2 is Monday, July 23, 2018.
  • The last day of Summer Session 2 is August 19, 2018.

Want more information?

View Academic Calendar
Watch Registration Video


Teacher Recruitment Fair

The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend in Indiana is holding two Teacher Recruitment Fairs in April. A fair will be held on each end of the diocese. The South Bend Fair will take place on April 11 at St. Joseph High School and the Fort Wayne fair will take place on April 17 at the Archbishop Noll Catholic Center. Both fairs will run 5:00pm-8:00pm and teacher candidates should register in advance for interview slots.

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Summer Job Opportunity

Lisle Park District is looking to fill Counselor and Head Counselor positions for their Teen Camp. Camp meets Monday-Friday from June 4-August 10. Applicants must be 21 years of age.

Want more information?

Teen Camp Counselor Posting
Teen Camp Head Counselor Posting


Education Consortium Job Fair

Free student registration is open for the Annual Education Fair Consoritum being held at Loyola University Damen Student Center on Thursday, March 1. University of Illinois at Chicago, DePaul University and Loyola University are bringing together employers, schools and districts seeking teachers, administrators, advisors, and counselors for current and future openings in all areas and levels of education.

Want more information?

Visit Handshake


IBHE Openings

The Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE), located in Springfield, is currently accepting applications for two full-time Assistant Directors for Academic Affairs. Both positions provide direct support to the Deputy Director and Senior Associate Director for Academic Affairs in the areas of institution approval and program approval for independent and public colleges and universities granting degrees in Illinois, as well as initiatives to advance statewide goals. Master's degree is required (doctorate preferred) and minimum of three to five years of experience in postsecondary education with academic or administrative experience in one or ore of the following areas: academic advising, currirulum and assessment, postsecondary policy, and P-20 education.

Want more information?

View Job Posting


Scholarship Opportunities

Want more information?

Cohen & Jaffe Scholarship - Closes 4/2/2018
Parnall Scholarship - Closes 4/15/2018
Charles Ullman Scholarship - Closes 4/15/2018
Rosen & Ohr Scholarship - Closes 6/20/2018


Winter Education Forum Registration NOW OPEN
Sanctuary Schools: Safety, Protection, Opportunity for All Students!

Monday, February 19, 2018
6:00pm-8:00pm
Student Center Room 120B
2250 North Sheffield Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

Join a panel of educators to discuss the impact of immigration policies and school-based policing on students, how to create sanctuary schools, know your rights workshops for students, teachers, parents and policy recommendation to increase safety and opportunity in schools. 2CPDUs available for teachers. IEIN required. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Want more information?

Register Here
Download Flyer


Tutors needed in the ECC!

Change the life of a child by donating some of your time to provide homework help this year. The Education & Counseling Center provides academic and counseling services to Chicagoland families who may not be able to afford it otherwise. We have lots of kids who would like to receive tutoring/homework help- and we have a whole building of students receiving education degrees. How perfect!! Now we just need you to volunteer. Credit towards class or pre-service hours also possible with instructor approval.
No matter what your field will be, it looks GREAT on a resume!

Want more information?

View Flyer


Lake View High School Opportunity

Lake View High School is seeking a mathematics teacher to join dynamic Geometry course team and also teach Precalculus Honors, beginning February 5. Candidates should possess a Type 9 teaching certificate and enthusiasm about teaching a diverse population at Chicago's premiere neighborhood early college STEM school.

Want to apply?

Send resume and application materials to principal, Paul J. Karafiol


Conservation Corps Crew Leaders Wanted

The Friends of the Forest Preserves and Student Conservation Association are looking for leaders for our summer program the Chicago Conservation Leadership Corps. Crew leaders will help facilitate a six week summer experience in the Forest Preserves of Cook County for Chicagoland area high school students (between the ages of 15-19).

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Green Beginnings Childcare and Early Development Center

Currently, Green Beginnings childcare & early development center is in search of dedicated teachers and assistant teachers for full-time/part-time opportunities.

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Noble Diversity Networking Night

The Noble Network of Charter Schools is hosting a Diversity Networking Night on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Mansueto High School, located at 2911 W. 47th Street. At Noble, we are working to build a culture that not only understands and values differences but embraces them. A culture where staff recognizes that diversity helps our organization grow and thrive.
Join us to learn more about our commitment to diversity. During this event, you will have the opportunity to talk to the hiring managers of several of our campuses and learn about their career opportunities.

Interested?

Register Here


Seeking COE Student Ambassadors

Lift as You Climb (LAYC), an intergenerational leadership development program house in the COE, is looking for student applicants for ambassador positions. Participants collarborate with community leaders to implement and showcase a project to support social and educational equity (such as the school to prison pipeline, undocumented students, homelessness, college access opportunities in the arts, etc.). If chosen, ambassadors will receive a $250 stipend.

Want more information?

Click here
Apply Here
Download Flyer


STEM position opening

Gavla CUSD #224 Junior.Senior HS announces the creation of a STEM position that will allow a qualified candidate to build, from the ground up, a comprehensive, 21st Century STEM curriculum and classroom with additional duties as the potential network administrator for the district. This is an excellent opportunity for a teacher to put their stamp on a program and lead our students in STEM innovations.

Want more information?

Email Jerry Becker, Principal
District Report Card


CPS Recruitment Events

CPS has released their 2018 recruitment calendar for teacher candidates and licensed educators.

Want more information?

Visit Website


Volunteers Needed

Little Sisters of the Poor - St. Mary’s Home (locatedat 2325 N. Lakewood Ave), has a need for volunteers to assist in the rehabilitation department/gym on weekdays from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. Volunteers would do wheelchair transport, help with cuing and encouragement of residents at group exercise activities, and assist the therapists and residents in small ways that do not require professional licensure or certification. This is an ideal opportunity for those students who have a heart for serving the poor, who have a certain service requirement they need to meet, and/or who are seeking rehab-related experience to strengthen their resume for grad school or for employment.

Want more information?

Call Sr. Carolyn at 773/484-8444


EAP Counselor Opportunity

Employee Resource Systems, Inc., an external Employee Assistance Program located in Chicago, Illinois, is seeking a qualified candidate to join their customer service focused organization in the role of EAP Counselor.

Want more information?

View Job Description
Submit Resume and References


Early Childhood Director position

The Collaboration for Early Childhood, located in Oak Park, Illinois, is seeking an early childhood professional with strong knowledge and experience in early childhood education and child development to lead their professional development strategy. This person is charged with supporting the skill development of the early childhood workforce in Oak Park and River Forest, motivating and supporting early learning programs to increase quality and facilitating the alignment of early childhood education programs with Oak Park Elementary School District 97s curriculum in a community working to create a seamless continuum of education for children birth to kindergarten age. Successful candidates will demonstrate a vision for and a capacity to work with diverse early learning providers from school district Preschool for All programs to center-based programs (full and part-day; nonprofit and proprietary) to licensed and license- exempt family child care homes.

Want more information?

View Job Description and Application Information


Internship Opportunity at the Art Institute of Chicago

The Department of Museum Education invites students to apply for an immersive experience in museum teaching. Interns participate in an initial two-week orientation to museum education theory and practice and then engage in hands-on learning by designing and facilitating tours and programs for a variety of audiences. Activities include leading thematic tours for school-aged, intergenerational family, and adult audiences; designing and facilitating participatory and informal gallery activities; participating in research and writing projects; and attending weekly museum practice seminars. Active reflection is a strong component of the internship experience.

Want more information?

View Flyer


Andrew W. Mellon Summer Academy Application

Ever wondered what is a curator and what do they do? If so, apply to the Summer Academy, a one-week intensive program from June 17-24, 2018 that provides a rich experience in the museum environment. Application deadline is midnight on February 1, 2018.

Want more information?

View Flyer


edTPA Tech Help

Join us February 8 for an evening where we will answer the most frequently asked questions about edTPA. Assistance will be available to help with your edTPA tech needs. Can't make it? The workshop will be available by live stream at http://bit.ly/edtpahelp.

Want more information?

View Flyer


CET Tech Fair

Learn about the latest in educational technology at this year’s Tech Fair! Join the Center for Educational Technology (CET) for its annual fair including demonstrations of the latest technology tools being used in the classroom and a panel discussion by experts about the latest technology and tools being used in the field. Light refreshments will be provided. Open to all COE students, faculty and staff.

Want more information?

View Flyer


Virtual Networking Fair

The NorthWest Personnel Administrators (NWPA) education human resources consortium is conducting a Diversity in Education Virtual Networking Fair for high school teachers. The consortium's mission is to recruit top quality teaching talent for careers in our elite high schools. While the purpose of this networking fair is to connect schools with a diverse group of talented teachers from across the nation, they are granting free video resume introduction opportunities to ALL educators with diverse personal or professional backgrounds and who are licensed to teach grades 9-12 in Illinois or in other states across the nation.

Want more information?

Sign up to create your video resume
Download Flyer


Art Teacher - Immediate Opening

Hillel Torah North Suburban Day School, a Pre-Nursery-8th grade Jewish Day School in Skokie, IL is seeking a qualified, energetic and passionate art teacher to develop students' interest, abilities, talents and skills for artistic expression as well as an understanding and appreciation of the arts. The ideal candidate will have teaching experience and a strong knowledge of art education and curricula. Salary and benefits commensurate with education and experience.

Want more information?

To apply send resume and cover letter to resumes@hilleltorah.org or email susan.nesher@hilleltorah.org


Italian Teacher Opening

Please consider an immediately available position for a K-5 teacher of Italian at Victory School, Milwaukee. The school offers a full immersion Italian program, and has an increasing need of teachers starting now, and for the years to come.

Want more information?

Visit Website and click on “Cercasi un insegnante”.


Immediate Opening

Berwyn North District 98 is in search of a 1st grade EL teacher IMMEDIATELY.

Want more information?

Visit Website


Workshop Series for COE Students

The Education and Counseling Center will be offering the following free workshops:
2/13 3-5pm Journaling to Enhance Self Care
3/6 3-5pm Motivational Interviewing
4/10 3-5pm Understanding Depression and Anxiety
5/8 3-5pm Stress Management

Want more information?

See flyer


Nomination 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 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.  Students, faculty and staff members in the College of Education are invited to nominate any College of Education tenure-track faculty member who teaches at least three degree credit courses at DePaul during an academic year and has completed at least three full years of teaching at DePaul at the time of the award (autumn following the nomination). 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. 

Want to nominate someone?

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. Each letter should contain only one faculty nomination per letter. However, you are allowed to submit more than one nomination letter.

Events

Walk In Advising for Spring/Summer Enrollment THIS Week

The COE Advising Office will offer walk-in advising the week of February 12th to help students figure out their Spring and Summer course schedules. During walk-in advising, students* are able to sign up for a 15-minute appointment with their advisor to review their course options, assist with course changes, and ask brief questions.

Walk-in advising will be offered during the following days and hours:

  • Monday, February 12th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Tuesday, February 13th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, February 14th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Thursday, February 15th: 10am-12pm; 2pm-5pm
  • Friday, February 16th: 10am-12pm

* Counseling advisors are available by appointment only, not during walk-in advising.

Want more information?

Find Your Advisor


Reminder of Important Spring and Summer Quarter Dates

SPRING

  • The first day of Spring Quarter classes is Monday, March 26, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Spring Quarter is Monday, April 2, 2018 at 8:00 AM.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Spring Quarter is Friday, April 6, 2018.
  • The last day of Spring Quarter is June 8, 2018.

SUMMER
Summer Session 1 (5-week session)

  • The first day of Summer Session 1 is Monday, June 11, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Summer Session 1 is Wednesday, June 13, 2018.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Summer Session 1 is Friday, June 15, 2018.
  • The last day of Summer Session 1 is July 15, 2018.

Summer Session 2 (5-week session)

  • The first day of Summer Session 2 is Monday, July 16, 2018.
  • The last day to add classes for Summer Session 2 is Wednesday, July 18, 2018.
  • The last day to drop classes without penalty for Summer Session 2 is Monday, July 23, 2018.
  • The last day of Summer Session 2 is August 19, 2018.

Want more information?

View Academic Calendar
Watch Registration Video


Teacher Recruitment Fair

The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend in Indiana is holding two Teacher Recruitment Fairs in April. A fair will be held on each end of the diocese. The South Bend Fair will take place on April 11 at St. Joseph High School and the Fort Wayne fair will take place on April 17 at the Archbishop Noll Catholic Center. Both fairs will run 5:00pm-8:00pm and teacher candidates should register in advance for interview slots.

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Education Consortium Job Fair

Free student registration is open for the Annual Education Fair Consoritum being held at Loyola University Damen Student Center on Thursday, March 1. University of Illinois at Chicago, DePaul University and Loyola University are bringing together employers, schools and districts seeking teachers, administrators, advisors, and counselors for current and future openings in all areas and levels of education.

Want more information?

Visit Handshake


Winter Education Forum Registration NOW OPEN
Sanctuary Schools: Safety, Protection, Opportunity for All Students!

Monday, February 19, 2018
6:00pm-8:00pm
Student Center Room 120B
2250 North Sheffield Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

Join a panel of educators to discuss the impact of immigration policies and school-based policing on students, how to create sanctuary schools, know your rights workshops for students, teachers, parents and policy recommendation to increase safety and opportunity in schools. 2CPDUs available for teachers. IEIN required. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Want more information?

Register Here
Download Flyer


CPS Recruitment Events

CPS has released their 2018 recruitment calendar for teacher candidates and licensed educators.

Want more information?

Visit Website



CET Tech Fair

On Thursday, February 15, learn about the latest in educational technology at this year’s Tech Fair! Join the Center for Educational Technology (CET) for its annual fair including demonstrations of the latest technology tools being used in the classroom and a panel discussion by experts about the latest technology and tools being used in the field. Light refreshments will be provided. Open to all COE students, faculty and staff.

Want more information?

View Flyer


Virtual Networking Fair

The NorthWest Personnel Administrators (NWPA) education human resources consortium is conducting a Diversity in Education Virtual Networking Fair for high school teachers. The consortium's mission is to recruit top quality teaching talent for careers in our elite high schools. While the purpose of this networking fair is to connect schools with a diverse group of talented teachers from across the nation, they are granting free video resume introduction opportunities to ALL educators with diverse personal or professional backgrounds and who are licensed to teach grades 9-12 in Illinois or in other states across the nation.

Want more information?

Sign up to create your video resume
Download Flyer


Workshop Series for COE Students

The Education and Counseling Center will be offering the following free workshops:
2/13 3-5pm Journaling to Enhance Self Care
3/6 3-5pm Motivational Interviewing
4/10 3-5pm Understanding Depression and Anxiety
5/8 3-5pm Stress Management

Want more information?

See flyer

Volunteer and Job Opportunities

Egan Office Graduate Student Position

The Egan Office for Urban Education and Community Partnerships (Egan UECP) is committed to supporting under-resourced communities, schools and community groups in their efforts to address critical social issues and promote equity and social justice. The Egan Office for Urban Education and Community Partnerships (Egan UECP) is seeking a graduate student to fulfill the responsibilities of Administrative Coordinator. This position is available immediately at $15/hours for 25 hours per week. The position will continue during the summer pending availability of funds and the changing needs of the Egan Office. In collaboration with the Director and Assistant Director, the Administrative Coordinator works on special initiatives of the Egan Office in under-resourced communities of color to coordinate communications and plan events. The Administrative Coordinator serves as a critical member of the Egan administrative team to develop and maintain the administrative systems, processes, structures and tools needed to run a high-functioning, community-oriented, forward-looking team of professionals. As part of this team, he Administrative Coordinator supports the work and learning of a team of DePaul graduate and undergraduate students who work within partner schools and assists in planning, monitoring and implementing various programs and projects.

Qualifications: Candidates should demonstrate passion and commitment to education equity and/or community building in low income, communities of color. Must have excellent interpersonal and communications skills across diverse cultures. Must have strong administrative skills including financial management. All candidates must be work-study eligible. Please check with Financial Aid to confirm your eligibility before applying. Apply on the Campus Job Board.

Want more information?

View Job Description
Email Tecora Rogers


John T. Pirie Fine Arts & Academic Center Openings

Pirie School is looking for two highly qualified teachers to begin teaching immediately. We are looking for a 5th Grade teacher who is qualified to teach all subject areas. We would like for the 5th grade teacher to have endorsements in Math and Middle School if possible. We are also looking for a 4th grade teacher. Both teachers must have at least a Type 03 certificate and qualified to teacher K-9 students.

Want more information?

Contact Senalda Grady, principal, at 773/535-3435 or srgrady@cps.edu


Avoca School District 37 in Wilmette is Looking for Substitute Teachers

Avoca is a small North Shore School with a history of hiring substitutes into full time positions! Gain experience alongside professional and progressive teachers.

Want more information?

View Flyer
Apply Online


Golden Apple Scholarship Opportunity for 1st and 2nd Year Students DEADLINE THIS WEEK

Time is running out to apply to be a part of the Golden Apple Scholars Class of 2018.The application closes THIS WEEK! First and second year College of Education students are encouraged to apply to benefit from up to $23,000 in scholarships and stipend funds, summer institutes, and mentoring.

APPLICATION CLOSES ON FEBRUARY 15, 2018!

Want more information?

View Flyer


Galileo Innovation Camps Summer Positions

This spring, Galileo Summer Camps are hiring for a wide variety of camp teaching and mentor-ship roles to staff our 70+innovative education summer camp locations in Chicagoland, the SF Bay Area and Southern California. A wide variety of positions are available from subject-specific instructors to camp directors. We offer ample training and professional development opportunities for all of our employees.

Want more information?

Summer Opportunities
Camp Director Position


Teacher Recruitment Fair

The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend in Indiana is holding two Teacher Recruitment Fairs in April. A fair will be held on each end of the diocese. The South Bend Fair will take place on April 11 at St. Joseph High School and the Fort Wayne fair will take place on April 17 at the Archbishop Noll Catholic Center. Both fairs will run 5:00pm-8:00pm and teacher candidates should register in advance for interview slots.

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Summer Job Opportunity

Lisle Park District is looking to fill Counselor and Head Counselor positions for their Teen Camp. Camp meets Monday-Friday from June 4-August 10. Applicants must be 21 years of age.

Want more information?

Teen Camp Counselor Posting
Teen Camp Head Counselor Posting


Education Consortium Job Fair

Student registration opens Tuesday, January 16, 2018 for the Annual Education Fair Consoritum being held at Loyola University Dame Student Center. University of Illinois at Chicago, DePaul University and Loyola University are bringing together employers, schools and districts seeking teachers, administrators, advisors, and counselors for current and future openings in all areas and levels of education.

Want more information?

Visit Handshake


IBHE Openings

The Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE), located in Springfield, is currently accepting applications for two full-time Assistant Directors for Academic Affairs. Both positions provide direct support to the Deputy Director and Senior Associate Director for Academic Affairs in the areas of institution approval and program approval for independent and public colleges and universities granting degrees in Illinois, as well as initiatives to advance statewide goals. Master's degree is required (doctorate preferred) and minimum of three to five years of experience in postsecondary education with academic or administrative experience in one or ore of the following areas: academic advising, currirulum and assessment, postsecondary policy, and P-20 education.

Want more information?

View Job Posting


Tutors needed in the ECC!

Change the life of a child by donating some of your time to provide homework help this year. The Education & Counseling Center provides academic and counseling services to Chicagoland families who may not be able to afford it otherwise. We have lots of kids who would like to receive tutoring/homework help- and we have a whole building of students receiving education degrees. How perfect!! Now we just need you to volunteer. Credit towards class or pre-service hours also possible with instructor approval.
No matter what your field will be, it looks GREAT on a resume!

Want more information?

View Flyer


Lake View High School Opportunity

Lake View High School is seeking a mathematics teacher to join dynamic Geometry course team and also teach Precalculus Honors, beginning February 5. Candidates should possess a Type 9 teaching certificate and enthusiasm about teaching a diverse population at Chicago's premiere neighborhood early college STEM school.

Want to apply?

Send resume and application materials to principal, Paul J. Karafiol


Conservation Corps Crew Leaders Wanted

The Friends of the Forest Preserves and Student Conservation Association are looking for leaders for our summer program the Chicago Conservation Leadership Corps. Crew leaders will help facilitate a six week summer experience in the Forest Preserves of Cook County for Chicagoland area high school students (between the ages of 15-19).

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Green Beginnings Childcare and Early Development Center

Currently, Green Beginnings childcare & early development center is in search of dedicated teachers and assistant teachers for full-time/part-time opportunities.

Want more information?

Download Flyer


Noble Diversity Networking Night

The Noble Network of Charter Schools is hosting a Diversity Networking Night on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Mansueto High School, located at 2911 W. 47th Street. At Noble, we are working to build a culture that not only understands and values differences but embraces them. A culture where staff recognizes that diversity helps our organization grow and thrive.
Join us to learn more about our commitment to diversity. During this event, you will have the opportunity to talk to the hiring managers of several of our campuses and learn about their career opportunities.

Interested?

Register Here


Seeking COE Student Ambassadors

Lift as You Climb (LAYC), an intergenerational leadership development program house in the COE, is looking for student applicants for ambassador positions. Participants collarborate with community leaders to implement and showcase a project to support social and educational equity (such as the school to prison pipeline, undocumented students, homelessness, college access opportunities in the arts, etc.). If chosen, ambassadors will receive a $250 stipend.

Want more information?

Click here
Apply Here
Download Flyer


STEM position opening

Gavla CUSD #224 Junior.Senior HS announces the creation of a STEM position that will allow a qualified candidate to build, from the ground up, a comprehensive, 21st Century STEM curriculum and classroom with additional duties as the potential network administrator for the district. This is an excellent opportunity for a teacher to put their stamp on a program and lead our students in STEM innovations.

Want more information?

Email Jerry Becker, Principal
District Report Card


Volunteers Needed

Little Sisters of the Poor - St. Mary’s Home (locatedat 2325 N. Lakewood Ave), has a need for volunteers to assist in the rehabilitation department/gym on weekdays from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. Volunteers would do wheelchair transport, help with cuing and encouragement of residents at group exercise activities, and assist the therapists and residents in small ways that do not require professional licensure or certification. This is an ideal opportunity for those students who have a heart for serving the poor, who have a certain service requirement they need to meet, and/or who are seeking rehab-related experience to strengthen their resume for grad school or for employment.

Want more information?

Call Sr. Carolyn at 773/484-8444


EAP Counselor Opportunity

Employee Resource Systems, Inc., an external Employee Assistance Program located in Chicago, Illinois, is seeking a qualified candidate to join their customer service focused organization in the role of EAP Counselor.

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Early Childhood Director position

The Collaboration for Early Childhood, located in Oak Park, Illinois, is seeking an early childhood professional with strong knowledge and experience in early childhood education and child development to lead their professional development strategy. This person is charged with supporting the skill development of the early childhood workforce in Oak Park and River Forest, motivating and supporting early learning programs to increase quality and facilitating the alignment of early childhood education programs with Oak Park Elementary School District 97s curriculum in a community working to create a seamless continuum of education for children birth to kindergarten age. Successful candidates will demonstrate a vision for and a capacity to work with diverse early learning providers from school district Preschool for All programs to center-based programs (full and part-day; nonprofit and proprietary) to licensed and license- exempt family child care homes.

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Internship Opportunity at the Art Institute of Chicago

The Department of Museum Education invites students to apply for an immersive experience in museum teaching. Interns participate in an initial two-week orientation to museum education theory and practice and then engage in hands-on learning by designing and facilitating tours and programs for a variety of audiences. Activities include leading thematic tours for school-aged, intergenerational family, and adult audiences; designing and facilitating participatory and informal gallery activities; participating in research and writing projects; and attending weekly museum practice seminars. Active reflection is a strong component of the internship experience.

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Art Teacher - Immediate Opening

Hillel Torah North Suburban Day School, a Pre-Nursery-8th grade Jewish Day School in Skokie, IL is seeking a qualified, energetic and passionate art teacher to develop students' interest, abilities, talents and skills for artistic expression as well as an understanding and appreciation of the arts. The ideal candidate will have teaching experience and a strong knowledge of art education and curricula. Salary and benefits commensurate with education and experience.

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To apply send resume and cover letter to resumes@hilleltorah.org or email susan.nesher@hilleltorah.org


Italian Teacher Opening

Please consider an immediately available position for a K-5 teacher of Italian at Victory School, Milwaukee. The school offers a full immersion Italian program, and has an increasing need of teachers starting now, and for the years to come.

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Immediate Opening

Berwyn North District 98 is in search of a 1st grade EL teacher IMMEDIATELY.

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