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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!

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ECC!

Calling all students and alumni! Make a difference and get experience working with youth and families this summer in the Education and Counseling Center! Volunteers are being recruited for the following summer camps this summer.

  • Harry Potter Camp - This camp runs from 11a-2p June 24-28 and will incorporate lots of fun from the book series we all love. Your creative and facilitative skills are needed to provide fun and support for participants as they make wands, play Quidditch, Identify strengths and values through Hogwarts House activities, Hunt for Horcruxes, Experiment with Potions,…the MAGIC is endless.
  • Penedo Org. Summer Cam - The Penedo Org. serves at-risk girls 6th-12th grades by linking with the ECC to provide academic and social-emotional supports. This camp will run on in July and August (days and times to be determined). Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • Chicago Youth Program Summer Camp - The Chicago Youth Program serves minority youth from around Chicago by linking with providers for academic and social supports. This camp will run on Mondays and Tuesdays July 8- August 13 from 10:30a-2:30p. Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • City Mentor Project Camp - This camp is in collaboration with the psychology department. During the school year underserved children involved with this project receive tutoring support in schools. This will be the first time we invite them here to the ECC for summer camp! This camp will run on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays July 8- August 13 from 1-4p. Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • Summer Tutoring - Help a child with subjects they are not so sure about, or bridge what they know from spring to fall! Tutoring in all subjects is needed and appreciated. Tutoring is at the center with the same child each week so you get to know them and have consistency. Just let me know your availability and a child will be assigned to you. Again, there is not a minimum or maximum number of children you can help so just let me know what you are able to give. Remember- this experience counts on your resume!

There is no minimum or maximum time restraints on volunteering. Any help you can give is appreciated. We will work with you to determine the best fit at camp so do not worry if you lack experience or are not sure how you can help. There IS a place for you.

Want to volunteer?
Contact Dr. Martha Mason at 773-325-8420

CHRIST THE KING JESUIT COLLEGE PREP OPENINGS

Christ the King Jesuit College Prep wants YOU! They are currently hiring for the 2019-2020 school year for the following positions:

Want to apply?
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a resume, cover letter, professional references, and salary history to teach@ctkjesuit.org.

$3000 VINNY PRIZE FOR MEDIA EXPORING PURPOSE

Calling all student creatives! Don't miss your chance to win $3,000 by creating a 2-5 minute media piece that explores purpose! Deadline is April 30th! 2-5 minutes of original content created for the Vinny Prize is wanted. Documentary shorts, narrative shorts, whiteboards, animations, vlogs and games with themes lik sustainable business, ethical fashion, student activism, social conscious storytelling, community-centered design, etc. is encouraged.

Want more information?
Visit website

TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO CELEBRATE YOUR TEACHER!

The deadline to submit a nomination for the 2018-2019 Celebrating Teachers recognition is April 26, 2019! If you are a DePaul junior or senior who has had a K-12 teacher make a powerful impact in your life, you are invited to share your story. Esteemed teachers will be celebrated for their service this spring.

Want to nominate someone?
Visit go.depaul.edu/celebratingteachers and complete the submission form.

SPANISH TEACHER NEEDED

Liberty Community Unit #2 School District in Liberty, Illinois has a spanish teacher opening for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Interested?
Please send a letter of application, resume and copy of ELIS profile to Kelle Bunch, Supt.

Ongoing Announcements

SPRING 2019 COE FORUM - RACE, PUBLIC EDUCATION, POLITICS IN CHICAGO: A CONVERSATION WITH EVE EWING
Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 5:30pm

Dr. Eve Ewing, Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration will discuss her acclaimed book: Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side. Dr. Ewing's research focuses on social inequity, urban policy, and racism and the impact of these forces on American public schools and the lives of young people.

Eve is also an essayist and poet; her work has appeared in many venues, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Washington Post and the New Republic. She has been interviewed by the NY Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Reader, among many other publications; is the recipient of many honors including the Crain's Chicago Business as one of their "40 Under 40" people to watch. She is a Chicago Public School graduate, was active in Young Chicago Authors as a high school student, and taught middle school in Bronzeville .

Her presentation will be followed by a conversation with Dr. Horace Hall discussing the implications of her book and research for teachers, youth advocates and students preparing to work in urban schools. There will be a book signing after the forum.

Want to attend?
Registration is required and past events have sold out. Register NOW.
For more information, please contact Diane Horwitz

HAVE YOU LET US KNOW YOUR IEIN? DEADLINE APPROACHING!

All students pursuing a license in the College of Education MUST have an Illinois Educator Identification Number (IEIN) by APRIL 30TH.

Do you know if you have one? It is assigned to you when you create a login on ELIS with the Illinois State Board of Education. Go to https://sec3.isbe.net/IWASNET/login.aspx to either check if you have one or to create a login. If you need to create a login, the IEIN will be assigned to you afterwards. Whether you have an IEIN or you need to create a login, be sure to tell us what your IEIN is. Simply go to https://rebrand.ly/IEIN to tell us. Easy-peasy!

IEIN Links
Check for IEIN or create login
Let us know your IEIN

WRITING CENTER POSITION

DePaul's Writing Center is looking for nice people and good writers to join our tutoring staff. We accept both undergraduate and graduate students, and are looking to diversify our tutoring staff by reaching applicants from a variety of majors. The UCWbL starting salary is $13.75 an hour for undergraduates and $14.25 for graduate students.

The deadline for applications is April 22, 2019 at noon

There is a required, 4 credit training class that accepted applicants must complete in their first quarter with the Writing Center, but it counts as an experiential learning course and allows students to work towards their degree requirements while also being employed by the university.

In order to apply, students must submit the following 6 items:

  • A letter of application
  • 2 writing samples
  • A resume or CV
  • An application form
  • A letter of recommendation (emailed from a faculty or staff member, these letters are due by date of interview)
Interested?
Apply now

YORK HIGH SCHOOL EL ENGLISH TEACHER

York High School, a high-achieving West Suburban high school in Elmhurst, has an opening for a . They are currently adjusting to the unique needs of their growing newcomer population arriving from Guatemala and are looking for a culturally-responsive candidate with experience with students of diverse backgrounds and students with interrupted formal education. Position would begin in August 2019.

Want to apply?
Job Listing

PRESCHOOL TEACHER OPENING

Our Lady of Charity School in Cicero is searching for a preschool teacher for the next academic year. The teacher is hired by and is directly accountable to the principal. The teacher agrees to abide by the educational policies and procedures of the Archdiocese of Chicago and the Office of Catholic Schools, as well as comply with the educational policies and procedures of the local school. The teacher cooperates with the principal and staff in providing an educational environment that promotes the ministry of Catholic education.

As a professional educator in a Catholic school, the teacher will:

  • teach and act in accordance with Catholic doctrinal and moral teachings of the Catholic Church;
  • know, teach and act consistently in accordance with the mission, philosophy, objectives, and policies and procedures of the Catholic school;
  • maintain state certification;
  • communicate regularly with parents/guardians, colleagues and principal;
  • participate in the Archdiocese of Chicago religion inservice programs and in the school sponsored professional development programs;
  • perform teaching duties as assigned by the principal;
  • attend required faculty and staff meetings;
  • cooperate with the principal and staff members in school related meetings, activities and projects;
  • maintain accurate student attendance and academic records;
  • maintain a safe, orderly, and secure learning and working environment;
  • participate in the annual performance review based upon the implementation of the general responsibilities of a professional educator in a school;
  • maintain confidentiality and discretion regarding school personnel, students, and general school matters.
Interested?
Online application

PART-TIME POSITIONS - HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTER

The Lincoln-Park branch of Huntington Learning Center is looking for part-time teachers. Enhance your resume with experience that is highly respected in the field of education, while earning money in their after-school, weekend, and summer academic programs. They need dedicated teachers, and they'll give them an opportunity to do what they love - teach! There are no lesson plans to write or homework to grade, so their teachers get to spend their time directly working with students. All backgrounds and experience levels are welcome to apply. So, whether you are a recent grad, a retired professional, an elementary, secondary, or special education teacher apply today!

Want to apply?
Email resume

JOB OPENINGS FOR EDUCATION MAJORS

St. Albert the Great School in Burbank is a personalized learning school which incorporates technology with innovative, personalized strategies to help students grow and excel. They are now hiring for the following positions:

  • Resource Teacher - Part Time (3 days per week)
  • Music Teacher - Part Time (2 days per week)
  • Kindergarten Teacher - Full Time
  • 7th Grade Teacher (ELA, Religion, Science or Social Studies) - Full Time
  • 8th Grade Teacher (ELA, Religion, Science or Social Studies) - Full Time
Interested?
Please fill out application on
Applitrack

SUMMER NANNY POSITION

A family on the Northwest Side of Chicago is looking for an Early Childhood Education major to spend 2-3 mornings per week with their 20-month-old daughter. They are looking for someone energetic and engaging with ideas on fund developmental activities for a toddler. Days and times are flexible. Having a car is preferred. Pay is $15/hour negotiable based on qualifications.

Sound like you?
Send email and resume to Veronica Kriesemint

JUNIOR HIGH TEACHING POSITIONS

St. Cajetan School, located in the Morgan Park/ Beverly neighborhood of Chicago, is looking for innovative teachers who are ready to become part of a faith-based institution that leads with a growth mindset. We have the following positions open for the 2019- 2020 school year, due to teacher leaves and internal movement.

  • Jr. High Science
  • Jr. High Reading
  • Jr. High Math

Their Jr. High team is dynamic and believes in a child- centered environment. With the building of a new Tech and STEM Lab in 2018 and students being 1:1 with Chromebooks, they are well on the path of advancing and preparing students for 21st Century learning.

Want to join the team?
Email Principal Michelle Nitsche

NOBLE SCHOOLS SPRING CAREER FAIR

Noble Schools is hosting a career fair on Tuesday, April 23rd from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm at The Noble Academy (1443 N. Ogden, Chicago, IL 60610). At this event, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about Noble as well as meet with hiring representatives from Noble campuses. At this time we are hiring for teachers in all content areas and school social workers.

Want to attend?
Register here

SUMMER JOBS AND PAID INTERNSHIPS

Galileo Learning summer day programs are looking for exceptional students, changemakers, and leaders to join their team! They're hiring interns, team leaders, assistant instructors, teachers, mentors, and camp counselors for innovation education programs for kids in the community. Receive personalized professional development, and learn transferable skills to build your resume while having a joy filled summer! They have 10+ sites in Chicagoland. Next application deadline is May 12th, and they hire on a rolling basis, so apply asap.

Questions?
Email
More job info and to apply

JUNIORS AND SENIORS... STILL TIME TO CELEBRATE YOUR TEACHER!

The College of Education would like to acknowledge and honor the K-12 teachers who have had a powerful impact on the lives of DePaul students. DePaul juniors and seniors from all colleges and schools are invited to share their stories about the educators near and far who have inspired them. Submission deadline is April 26, 2019.

Have someone to nominate?
Please submit your nomination using the form, located here: go.depaul.edu/CelebratingTeachers

UPPER SCHOOL VISUAL ART TEACHER (LEAVE REPLACEMENT FOR 2019-20 AY)

North Shore Country Day School, a JK‐12 independent school in near-suburban Chicago, seeks candidates for an Upper School Visual Art Teacher to cover a full‐time, full‐year leave during the 2019/20 Academic Year. We seek candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in visual art (MAT, MFA, or MAAE preferred), three or more years of applicable teaching experience, and a demonstrable talent for and interest in teaching visual art to Upper School students. Courseload includes darkroom photography, digital design, painting, drawing, concepts in contemporary art and Advanced Placement Studio Art. North Shore is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities.

Want to learn more?
Visit website
Submit a cover letter, CV/Resume, link to a Portfolio, and Teaching Philosophy to Chris Boyle at cboyle@nscds.org and robelleiro@nscds.org

CAMP FIREFLY OPPORTUNITY

Camp Firefly is a supportive, welcoming community for children, teens and young adults who oftentimes have difficulty connecting with peers and navigating social situations. Everything in the program is designed to support campers to the autism spectrum and with other social challenges. They are currently seeking highly qualified, compassionate, and energetic camp counselors. Date of Employment (including orientation) are July 14-26 for Firefly and Teen Camp Counselors.

Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis.

Interested?
Complete the online application by selecting "Firefly Staff" for the position for which you are applying
Contact Liz for more information or with any questions.

GJHP PROGRAM DIRECTOR POSITION

The Glencoe Junior High Project (GJHP) is a nonprofit organization located in Glencoe, IL that works to build an inclusive community that fosters self-confidence and positive social behavior in youths through meaning ful community service projects, a performing arts program, and supervised social activities. They are currently seeking a candidate with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, education, social work, or a similar field who is energetic, reliable, flexible, organized, and passionate about working with middle school youth. Computer skills are necessary and graphic design would be a plus.

The GJHP Program Director is a full-time position working in a school setting with some opportunities to work from home in the summer. Hours are approximately 9:30am until 3:30pm on non-activity days. On days when there are activities, hours are 9:30am until anywhere from 5 to 8pm. After school activities average two or three days per week. This position also requires some availability on Friday and Saturday evenings for social events and plays during the school year. Salary is $26,000-$28,000 based on experience. Benefits include a $200 monthly stipend for health insurance. Start date is mid-August 2019.

Want to apply?
Email a cover letter with a resume to Deborah Rintels Weiner, Co President

VOLUNTEER AT KOVLER FOUNDATION LARRY HAWKINS CAREER CONFERENCE

This July, the University of Chicago is hosting hosting the annual Kovler Foundation Larry Hawkins Career Conference, the only citywide career conference for high school students in Chicago. Taking place on Friday, July 19, 2019 at the University of Chicago's Hyde Park campus, they are anticipating 250+ high school students from communities all across the greater Chicagoland area. This annual conference aims to inspire students to begin thinking beyond the college application process to exciting career paths and opportunities that will help them define who they are, and what they can accomplish.

Want to know more?
View info about a previous conference
Email if you would like to participate or learn more about volunteer options

MATERNITY LEAVE POSITION

Sacred Heart School-Sheridan Road in Rogers Park is looking for a maternity leave substitute from August-December 2019 to teach middle-school science. You'd be substituting for a fellow DePaul COE alumna!

Interested?
View job posting

AFTER SCHOOL MATTERS SEASONAL PROGRAM SPECIALISTS

After Schoool Matters, a youth development non-profit organization that provides Chicago high school students with out-of-school-time opportunities throughout the entire city, is looking to hire approximately four Seasonal Program Specialists. The Seasonal Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to facilitate and monitor the day to day logistics of After School Matters programs within an assigned region. The Program Specialist will conduct site visits, observations and provide recommendations regarding program quality, safety, compliance, instruction, program attendance, enrollment and retention and other critical issues. Acting as the liaison between After School Matters and the program providers and community partners, the Program Specialist will communicate requirements, policy changes and other relevant information to ensure successful implementation of the program, payment to teens and instructors. Estimated dates of employment would be from May 1 through August 16th.

Want to apply?
Apply now

PREK THROUGH 8TH POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Marquette School of Excellence is a CPS neighborhood PreK–8 school in the Chicago Lawn community. Marquette serves a community of almost 1,100 students and has a teaching staff of over 80 committed educators. Part of the AUSL turnaround network, they are very proud of their record of improving student growth and achievement. Over the past 5 years, they have moved from the lowest school rating possible to achieving a Level 1+! The school is committed to constant improvement in instruction and methodology and is intensely focused on the use of classroom data across all grade-levels to improve outcomes and teaching practices.

Specifically, they have position openings for:

  • PreK Bilingual
  • PreK LBS
  • LBS- Special Education (Elementary)
  • Bilingual (Elementary)
  • Math (Middle School)

They are looking for like-minded, smart, dedicated professionals who are ready to devote themselves to a historically underserved population of students. The leadership is focused on developing talent, mentoring, coaching, and launching educators on unique and satisfying careers.

Interested?
Please send your resume and cover letter to Marquette's Assistant Principal Michael Marzano

DIVERSITY FORUM

DePaul's Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity is holding a diversity symposium entitled "Cracking the Codes: The Causes and Consequences of Systemic Inequity" with featured keynote speaker Ericka Huggins, World Trust Facilitator. This event will create an opportunity for DePaul faculty, staff, and students to connect with colleagues and produce new and meaningful relationships with each other.

The event is on Tuesday, April 30 from 9am-1:45pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center, Room 120A/B. Lunch will be provided

Want to attend?
Register now

DO YOU HAVE AN IEIN?

All students pursuing a license in the College of Education MUST have an Illinois Educator Identification Number (IEIN) by APRIL 30TH.

Do you know if you have one? It is assigned to you when you create a login on ELIS with the Illinois State Board of Education. Go to https://sec3.isbe.net/IWASNET/login.aspx to either check if you have one or to create a login. If you need to create a login, the IEIN will be assigned to you afterwards. Whether you have an IEIN or you need to create a login, be sure to tell us what your IEIN is. Simply go to https://rebrand.ly/IEIN to tell us. Easy-peasy!

IEIN Links
Check for IEIN or create login
Let us know your IEIN

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

The Viola Project is a Chicago based nonprofit that uses Shakespeare as a tool to empower girl-identified youth ages 10-16 to speak up and speak out. We are currently accepting applications for our summer apprenticeships:
Teaching Artist Apprenticeship - geared towards college students and recent grads who are emerging teaching artists with an interest in theatre and empowerment.
Administrative Apprenticeship - geared towards college students and recent grads who are emerging arts education administrators.

These apprenticeships are active and mentored. We currently have three teaching artists on our staff that went through our apprenticeship program. Additionally, there is a small stipend for the program as well as some schedule flexibility.

The Viola Project welcomes all youth ages 10-16 who culturally identify as girls and women. Our students are welcomed regardless of their race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation or ability. We strive to ensure our staff reflects our student body.

Want more information?
Visit website

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES EVENING SEMINAR

DePaul University and Facing History and Ourselves present Beyond Stonewall, an evening seminar on creating safe and inclusive schools for LGBTQ+ students. The event will take place on Monday, April 29, 2019 from 6-8pm in McGowan South room 108 (1110 W. Belden Ave). Educators will be offered 2 CPDUs for attending the event. IEIN number is required.

Want to attend?
Register online

4TH GRADE TEACHER TO FILL MATERNITY LEAVE

Sacred Heart School in Winnetka is looking to fill a temporary position to cover a maternity leave as a fourth grade teacher. The candidate will teach all core subjects (reading, writing, English, math, social studies) excluding science and inlcuding religion. The candidate will also teach social studies to the 5th grade students. Dates of employment would be April 4-June 7th (Monday through Friday) to allow for two days of observing the current teacher to enable a smooth transition. Pay is dependent upon the candidate's degree and level of experience.

Interested?
Send cover letter and resume to Kristin Fink, principal

Volunteer, Scholarship, and Job Opportunities

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ECC!

Calling all students and alumni! Make a difference and get experience working with youth and families this summer in the Education and Counseling Center! Volunteers are being recruited for the following summer camps this summer.

  • Harry Potter Camp - This camp runs from 11a-2p June 24-28 and will incorporate lots of fun from the book series we all love. Your creative and facilitative skills are needed to provide fun and support for participants as they make wands, play Quidditch, Identify strengths and values through Hogwarts House activities, Hunt for Horcruxes, Experiment with Potions,…the MAGIC is endless.
  • Penedo Org. Summer Cam - The Penedo Org. serves at-risk girls 6th-12th grades by linking with the ECC to provide academic and social-emotional supports. This camp will run on in July and August (days and times to be determined). Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • Chicago Youth Program Summer Camp - The Chicago Youth Program serves minority youth from around Chicago by linking with providers for academic and social supports. This camp will run on Mondays and Tuesdays July 8- August 13 from 10:30a-2:30p. Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • City Mentor Project Camp - This camp is in collaboration with the psychology department. During the school year underserved children involved with this project receive tutoring support in schools. This will be the first time we invite them here to the ECC for summer camp! This camp will run on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays July 8- August 13 from 1-4p. Provide support through expressive arts, psychoeducation, self-care and wellness, mindfulness, group-work, arts, games, getting outdoors, and more.
  • Summer Tutoring - Help a child with subjects they are not so sure about, or bridge what they know from spring to fall! Tutoring in all subjects is needed and appreciated. Tutoring is at the center with the same child each week so you get to know them and have consistency. Just let me know your availability and a child will be assigned to you. Again, there is not a minimum or maximum number of children you can help so just let me know what you are able to give. Remember- this experience counts on your resume!

There is no minimum or maximum time restraints on volunteering. Any help you can give is appreciated. We will work with you to determine the best fit at camp so do not worry if you lack experience or are not sure how you can help. There IS a place for you.

Want to volunteer?
Contact Dr. Martha Mason at 773-325-8420

CHRIST THE KING JESUIT COLLEGE PREP OPENINGS

Christ the King Jesuit College Prep wants YOU! They are currently hiring for the 2019-2020 school year for the following positions:

Want to apply?
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a resume, cover letter, professional references, and salary history to teach@ctkjesuit.org.

$3000 VINNY PRIZE FOR MEDIA EXPORING PURPOSE

Calling all student creatives! Don't miss your chance to win $3,000 by creating a 2-5 minute media piece that explores purpose! Deadline is April 30th! 2-5 minutes of original content created for the Vinny Prize is wanted. Documentary shorts, narrative shorts, whiteboards, animations, vlogs and games with themes lik sustainable business, ethical fashion, student activism, social conscious storytelling, community-centered design, etc. is encouraged.

Want more information?
Visit website

SPANISH TEACHER NEEDED

Liberty Community Unit #2 School District in Liberty, Illinois has a spanish teacher opening for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Interested?
Please send a letter of application, resume and copy of ELIS profile to Kelle Bunch, Supt.

WRITING CENTER POSITION

DePaul's Writing Center is looking for nice people and good writers to join our tutoring staff. We accept both undergraduate and graduate students, and are looking to diversify our tutoring staff by reaching applicants from a variety of majors. The UCWbL starting salary is $13.75 an hour for undergraduates and $14.25 for graduate students.

The deadline for applications is April 22, 2019 at noon

There is a required, 4 credit training class that accepted applicants must complete in their first quarter with the Writing Center, but it counts as an experiential learning course and allows students to work towards their degree requirements while also being employed by the university.

In order to apply, students must submit the following 6 items:

  • A letter of application
  • 2 writing samples
  • A resume or CV
  • An application form
  • A letter of recommendation (emailed from a faculty or staff member, these letters are due by date of interview)
Interested?
Apply now

YORK HIGH SCHOOL EL ENGLISH TEACHER

York High School, a high-achieving West Suburban high school in Elmhurst, has an opening for a . They are currently adjusting to the unique needs of their growing newcomer population arriving from Guatemala and are looking for a culturally-responsive candidate with experience with students of diverse backgrounds and students with interrupted formal education. Position would begin in August 2019.

Want to apply?
Job Listing

PRESCHOOL TEACHER OPENING

Our Lady of Charity School in Cicero is searching for a preschool teacher for the next academic year. The teacher is hired by and is directly accountable to the principal. The teacher agrees to abide by the educational policies and procedures of the Archdiocese of Chicago and the Office of Catholic Schools, as well as comply with the educational policies and procedures of the local school. The teacher cooperates with the principal and staff in providing an educational environment that promotes the ministry of Catholic education.

As a professional educator in a Catholic school, the teacher will:

  • teach and act in accordance with Catholic doctrinal and moral teachings of the Catholic Church;
  • know, teach and act consistently in accordance with the mission, philosophy, objectives, and policies and procedures of the Catholic school;
  • maintain state certification;
  • communicate regularly with parents/guardians, colleagues and principal;
  • participate in the Archdiocese of Chicago religion inservice programs and in the school sponsored professional development programs;
  • perform teaching duties as assigned by the principal;
  • attend required faculty and staff meetings;
  • cooperate with the principal and staff members in school related meetings, activities and projects;
  • maintain accurate student attendance and academic records;
  • maintain a safe, orderly, and secure learning and working environment;
  • participate in the annual performance review based upon the implementation of the general responsibilities of a professional educator in a school;
  • maintain confidentiality and discretion regarding school personnel, students, and general school matters.
Interested?
Online application

PART-TIME POSITIONS - HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTER

The Lincoln-Park branch of Huntington Learning Center is looking for part-time teachers. Enhance your resume with experience that is highly respected in the field of education, while earning money in their after-school, weekend, and summer academic programs. They need dedicated teachers, and they'll give them an opportunity to do what they love - teach! There are no lesson plans to write or homework to grade, so their teachers get to spend their time directly working with students. All backgrounds and experience levels are welcome to apply. So, whether you are a recent grad, a retired professional, an elementary, secondary, or special education teacher apply today!

Want to apply?
Email resume

JOB OPENINGS FOR EDUCATION MAJORS

St. Albert the Great Schoolin Burbank is a personalized learning school which incorporates technology with innovative, personalized strategies to help students grow and excel. They are now hiring for the following positions:

  • Resource Teacher - Part Time (3 days per week)
  • Music Teacher - Part Time (2 days per week)
  • Kindergarten Teacher - Full Time
  • 7th Grade Teacher (ELA, Religion, Science or Social Studies) - Full Time
  • 8th Grade Teacher (ELA, Religion, Science or Social Studies) - Full Time
Interested?
Please fill out application on
Applitrack

SUMMER NANNY POSITION

A family on the Northwest Side of Chicago is looking for an Early Childhood Education major to spend 2-3 mornings per week with their 20-month-old daughter. They are looking for someone energetic and engaging with ideas on fund developmental activities for a toddler. Days and times are flexible. Having a car is preferred. Pay is $15/hour negotiable based on qualifications.

Sound like you?
Send email and resume to Veronica Kriesemint

JUNIOR HIGH TEACHING POSITIONS

St. Cajetan School, located in the Morgan Park/ Beverly neighborhood of Chicago, is looking for innovative teachers who are ready to become part of a faith-based institution that leads with a growth mindset. We have the following positions open for the 2019- 2020 school year, due to teacher leaves and internal movement.

  • Jr. High Science
  • Jr. High Reading
  • Jr. High Math

Their Jr. High team is dynamic and believes in a child- centered environment. With the building of a new Tech and STEM Lab in 2018 and students being 1:1 with Chromebooks, they are well on the path of advancing and preparing students for 21st Century learning.

Want to join the team?
Email Principal Michelle Nitsche

NOBLE SCHOOLS SPRING CAREER FAIR

Noble Schoolsis hosting a career fair on Tuesday, April 23rd from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm at The Noble Academy (1443 N. Ogden, Chicago, IL 60610). At this event, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about Noble as well as meet with hiring representatives from Noble campuses. At this time we are hiring for teachers in all content areas and school social workers.

Want to attend?
Register here

SUMMER JOBS AND PAID INTERNSHIPS

Galileo Learning summer day programs are looking for exceptional students, changemakers, and leaders to join their team! They're hiring interns, team leaders, assistant instructors, teachers, mentors, and camp counselors for innovation education programs for kids in the community. Receive personalized professional development, and learn transferable skills to build your resume while having a joy filled summer! They have 10+ sites in Chicagoland. Next application deadline is May 12th, and they hire on a rolling basis, so apply asap.

Questions?
Email
More job info and to apply

UPPER SCHOOL VISUAL ART TEACHER (LEAVE REPLACEMENT FOR 2019-20 AY)

North Shore Country Day School, a JK‐12 independent school in near-suburban Chicago, seeks candidates for an Upper School Visual Art Teacher to cover a full‐time, full‐year leave during the 2019/20 Academic Year. We seek candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in visual art (MAT, MFA, or MAAE preferred), three or more years of applicable teaching experience, and a demonstrable talent for and interest in teaching visual art to Upper School students. Courseload includes darkroom photography, digital design, painting, drawing, concepts in contemporary art and Advanced Placement Studio Art. North Shore is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities.

Want to learn more?
Visit website
Submit a cover letter, CV/Resume, link to a Portfolio, and Teaching Philosophy to Chris Boyle at cboyle@nscds.org and robelleiro@nscds.org

CAMP FIREFLY OPPORTUNITY

Camp Firefly is a supportive, welcoming community for children, teens and young adults who oftentimes have difficulty connecting with peers and navigating social situations. Everything in the program is designed to support campers to the autism spectrum and with other social challenges. They are currently seeking highly qualified, compassionate, and energetic camp counselors. Date of Employment (including orientation) are July 14-26 for Firefly and Teen Camp Counselors.

Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis.

Interested?
Complete the online application by selecting "Firefly Staff" for the position for which you are applying
Contact Liz for more information or with any questions.

GJHP PROGRAM DIRECTOR POSITION

The Glencoe Junior High Project (GJHP) is a nonprofit organization located in Glencoe, IL that works to build an inclusive community that fosters self-confidence and positive social behavior in youths through meaning ful community service projects, a performing arts program, and supervised social activities. They are currently seeking a candidate with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, education, social work, or a similar field who is energetic, reliable, flexible, organized, and passionate about working with middle school youth. Computer skills are necessary and graphic design would be a plus.

The GJHP Program Director is a full-time position working in a school setting with some opportunities to work from home in the summer. Hours are approximately 9:30am until 3:30pm on non-activity days. On days when there are activities, hours are 9:30am until anywhere from 5 to 8pm. After school activities average two or three days per week. This position also requires some availability on Friday and Saturday evenings for social events and plays during the school year. Salary is $26,000-$28,000 based on experience. Benefits include a $200 monthly stipend for health insurance. Start date is mid-August 2019.

Want to apply?
Email a cover letter with a resume to Deborah Rintels Weiner, Co President

VOLUNTEER AT KOVLER FOUNDATION LARRY HAWKINS CAREER CONFERENCE

This July, the University of Chicago is hosting hosting the annual Kovler Foundation Larry Hawkins Career Conference, the only citywide career conference for high school students in Chicago. Taking place on Friday, July 19, 2019 at the University of Chicago's Hyde Park campus, they are anticipating 250+ high school students from communities all across the greater Chicagoland area. This annual conference aims to inspire students to begin thinking beyond the college application process to exciting career paths and opportunities that will help them define who they are, and what they can accomplish.

Want to know more?
View info about a previous conference
Email if you would like to participate or learn more about volunteer options

TEACHER RECRUITMENT FAIR

Indiana University Northwest is hosting a Teacher Recruitment Fair on Friday, April 12 from 1:00pm-4:00pm on campus at the John Anderson Library Conference Center (35th Ave., between Adams & Jefferson Streets, Gary, IN). This event is open to all qualified college and university graduating students and alumni. Interview with school corporations as well as individual public, charter, and private schools who are seeking to hire teachers and administrators throughout Northwest Indiana. No registration or appointment is necessary.

Questions? Need directions?
Contact the IUN School of Education at 219/980-6887

MATERNITY LEAVE POSITION

Sacred Heart School-Sheridan Road in Rogers Park is looking for a maternity leave substitute from August-December 2019 to teach middle-school science. You'd be substituting for a fellow DePaul COE alumna!

Interested?
View job posting

AFTER SCHOOL MATTERS SEASONAL PROGRAM SPECIALISTS

After Schoool Matters, a youth development non-profit organization that provides Chicago high school students with out-of-school-time opportunities throughout the entire city, is looking to hire approximately four Seasonal Program Specialists. The Seasonal Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to facilitate and monitor the day to day logistics of After School Matters programs within an assigned region. The Program Specialist will conduct site visits, observations and provide recommendations regarding program quality, safety, compliance, instruction, program attendance, enrollment and retention and other critical issues. Acting as the liaison between After School Matters and the program providers and community partners, the Program Specialist will communicate requirements, policy changes and other relevant information to ensure successful implementation of the program, payment to teens and instructors. Estimated dates of employment would be from May 1 through August 16th.

Want to apply?
Apply now

PREK THROUGH 8TH POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Marquette School of Excellence is a CPS neighborhood PreK–8 school in the Chicago Lawn community. Marquette serves a community of almost 1,100 students and has a teaching staff of over 80 committed educators. Part of the AUSL turnaround network, they are very proud of their record of improving student growth and achievement. Over the past 5 years, they have moved from the lowest school rating possible to achieving a Level 1+! The school is committed to constant improvement in instruction and methodology and is intensely focused on the use of classroom data across all grade-levels to improve outcomes and teaching practices.

Specifically, they have position openings for:

  • PreK Bilingual
  • PreK LBS
  • LBS- Special Education (Elementary)
  • Bilingual (Elementary)
  • Math (Middle School)

They are looking for like-minded, smart, dedicated professionals who are ready to devote themselves to a historically underserved population of students. The leadership is focused on developing talent, mentoring, coaching, and launching educators on unique and satisfying careers.

Interested?
Please send your resume and cover letter to Marquette's Assistant Principal Michael Marzano

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

The Viola Project is a Chicago based nonprofit that uses Shakespeare as a tool to empower girl-identified youth ages 10-16 to speak up and speak out. We are currently accepting applications for our summer apprenticeships:
Teaching Artist Apprenticeship - geared towards college students and recent grads who are emerging teaching artists with an interest in theatre and empowerment.
Administrative Apprenticeship - geared towards college students and recent grads who are emerging arts education administrators.

These apprenticeships are active and mentored. We currently have three teaching artists on our staff that went through our apprenticeship program. Additionally, there is a small stipend for the program as well as some schedule flexibility.

The Viola Project welcomes all youth ages 10-16 who culturally identify as girls and women. Our students are welcomed regardless of their race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation or ability. We strive to ensure our staff reflects our student body.

Want more information?
Visit website

4TH GRADE TEACHER TO FILL MATERNITY LEAVE

Sacred Heart School in Winnetka is looking to fill a temporary position to cover a maternity leave as a fourth grade teacher. The candidate will teach all core subjects (reading, writing, English, math, social studies) excluding science and inlcuding religion. The candidate will also teach social studies to the 5th grade students. Dates of employment would be April 4-June 7th (Monday through Friday) to allow for two days of observing the current teacher to enable a smooth transition. Pay is dependent upon the candidate's degree and level of experience.

Interested?
Send cover letter and resume to Kristin Fink, principal

Events

SPRING 2019 COE FORUM - RACE, PUBLIC EDUCATION, POLITICS IN CHICAGO: A CONVERSATION WITH EVE EWING
Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 5:30pm

Dr. Eve Ewing, Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration will discuss her acclaimed book: Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side. Dr. Ewing's research focuses on social inequity, urban policy, and racism and the impact of these forces on American public schools and the lives of young people.

Eve is also an essayist and poet; her work has appeared in many venues, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Washington Post and the New Republic. She has been interviewed by the NY Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Reader, among many other publications; is the recipient of many honors including the Crain's Chicago Business as one of their "40 Under 40" people to watch. She is a Chicago Public School graduate, was active in Young Chicago Authors as a high school student, and taught middle school in Bronzeville .

Her presentation will be followed by a conversation with Dr. Horace Hall discussing the implications of her book and research for teachers, youth advocates and students preparing to work in urban schools. There will be a book signing after the forum.

Want to attend?
Registration is required. Register here.
For more information, please contact Diane Horwitz

NOBLE SCHOOLS SPRING CAREER FAIR

Noble Schools is hosting a career fair on Tuesday, April 23rd from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm at The Noble Academy (1443 N. Ogden, Chicago, IL 60610). At this event, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about Noble as well as meet with hiring representatives from Noble campuses. At this time we are hiring for teachers in all content areas and school social workers.

Want to attend?
Register here

DIVERSITY FORUM

DePaul's Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity is holding a diversity symposium entitled "Cracking the Codes: The Causes and Consequences of Systemic Inequity" with featured keynote speaker Ericka Huggins, World Trust Facilitator. This event will create an opportunity for DePaul faculty, staff, and students to connect with colleagues and produce new and meaningful relationships with each other.

The event is on Tuesday, April 30 from 9am-1:45pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center, Room 120A/B. Lunch will be provided

Want to attend?
Register now

DO YOU HAVE AN IEIN?

All students pursuing a license in the College of Education MUST have an Illinois Educator Identification Number (IEIN) by APRIL 30TH.

Do you know if you have one? It is assigned to you when you create a login on ELIS with the Illinois State Board of Education. Go to https://sec3.isbe.net/IWASNET/login.aspx to either check if you have one or to create a login. If you need to create a login, the IEIN will be assigned to you afterwards. Whether you have an IEIN or you need to create a login, be sure to tell us what your IEIN is. Simply go to https://rebrand.ly/IEIN to tell us. Easy-peasy!

IEIN Links
Check for IEIN or create login
Let us know your IEIN

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES EVENING SEMINAR

DePaul University and Facing History and Ourselves present Beyond Stonewall, an evening seminar on creating safe and inclusive schools for LGBTQ+ students. The event will take place on Monday, April 29, 2019 from 6-8pm in McGowan South room 108 (1110 W. Belden Ave). Educators will be offered 2 CPDUs for attending the event. IEIN number is required.

Want to attend?
Register online

COMMENCEMENT INFORMATION

Several important deadlines and events related to our upcoming commencement are fast approaching.

  • Mid-April: Enter the Ticket Lottery
    Students who would like the chance to receive additional tickets to their ceremony will have the opportunity to enter their names into a lottery. Shortly after the April 15-16 Early Ticket Pickup events, the Office of Academic Events will send an email with lottery instructions to graduating students. Keep your eye on emails from Academic Events and check the ticketing website for updated information as the dates approach. By early May, results will be shared with those who entered.
  • April 24: RSVP to Attend Commencement and Purchase Your Regalia
    To participate in commencement (and to get your tickets at Early Ticket Pickup), you must complete two steps: Submit your RSVP through Campus Connect and purchase your regalia through the DePaul Barnes & Noble bookstore (online or in person). Both of the following steps must be completed by April 24 if you are to participate.
  • Prepare for Wintrust Arena’s Safety Procedures
    Much like NFL stadiums and other large venues, Wintrust Arena adheres to strict safety procedures that are enforced without exception. Everyone entering the arena will pass through a metal detector and security check. In addition, graduates and their guests should become familiar ahead of time with the arena’s strict bag and purse policy, which prohibits most purses and bags, and its list of other prohibited items. No bag check will be available at Wintrust Arena. At the Commencement Kick Off Event, graduates will receive one free approved bag. Clear bags will also be available for sale to help students and their guests prepare for these measures.
Have questions about attending commencement?
Check the DePaul Commencement website for more information.

WOMEN, GENDER AND COMMUNITY CONFERENCE

DePaul University in collaboration with the Consulate General of Chile presents Women, Gender, and Community conference on May 14-15.

Interested?
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Register now

SPRING QUARTER WORKSHOPS

The Academic Success Center has announced its spring quarter workshop schedule. Workshops available include ACT Math, ACT Reading and TAP Language Arts.

Interested?
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