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The DePaul University and Facing History and Ourselves Collaboration is thrilled to welcome this year's guest speaker, Dr Raymond Arsenault. The event is on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Afterwards, Dr. Arsenault will be available to sign copies of his book which will be available for purchase.
Dr. Arsenault is the John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern History at the University of South Florida. His book, Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice, was the basis of the 2010 PBS American Experience documentary, Freedom Riders.
Two CPDUs will be available to educators for attending this event.
Want to attend?Register online
St Pius School in Pilsen is in need of teachers for the upcoming school year. They are particularly looking for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and middle school science.
Interested?Send resume to Melissa Talaber, Assistant Principal
Children of Peace School, a small, Catholic school located in the heart of the Illinois Medical District, is currently looking for a Montessori, PreK, K, 1st grade and 2nd grade teacher. The start date for the positions is August 14, 2019.
Interested?Email resume to info@childr enofpeaceschool.org Attn:Lydia Nantwi
Hope Learning Academy, an innovative Chicago Public School serving children from Kindergarten through Fifth Grade located on the Near West Side, currently has two self-contained general education teacher vacancies: 1st Grade and 4th grade.Recent graduates and alumni are encouraged to apply.
Want to apply?Email resume to Michael Jakubowski, principal
The Norris Operation department, responsible for or the daily operation of the Norris University Center, is looking for a graduate assistant. The graduate assistant works with the student supervisors to oversee the day to day operation of the Center Desk. Works alongside Norris professional staff on various initiatives with regards to student staff, Center programs and projects, and assessment. The role is in an always-changing environment with a wide variety of student staff and changing areas of focus, so there is a lot of opportunity for “other duties as assigned” and participating in certain projects reflective of the graduate assistant’s professional interests.
This position is open to anyone currently a graduate student in a Master's or PhD program with a professional interest in working with college students.
Sound like you?Please submit a resume and cover letter to Meredith Young, Operations Manager, Norris University Center
De La Salle Institute, is an independent Catholic secondary school, is looking for qualified applicants for an opening in their Social Sciences Division for the 2019-20 school year.
Want to apply?Applicants should email 1) cover letter and resume, 2) names and contact information for three professional references, 3) teaching philosophy to John F. Brogan, Dean of Social Sciences
Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, N.C. is beginning the search for a new Head of School. The current Head of School recently announced his intention to pursue a new challenge after 16 years of exceptional leadership, and an interim team has been appointed to lead the school during the 2019-2020 school year. The Board now seeks a dynamic and entrepreneurial leader who can take this fine school to the next level. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader and a devoted, practicing Catholic with passion for mission. CGHS’ Head of School serves as chief executive officer reporting to a Board of Trustees comprised of prominent members of the community who are dedicated to the school and its vital mission. The Head of School has oversight of all organizational activities and works diligently with the Board of Trustees to create strategic initiatives that will continue to position CGHS as the flagship high school in the Diocese of Raleigh.
Interested?See the Position Description which also details the qualities and qualifications the Search Committee is seeking in the school’s next leader, and provides perspective on the search process.
The 2019 College of Education and College of Communication graduation ceremony took place at Wintrust Arena on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The faculty and staff of the College of Education want to wish the graduates best of luck in their future endeavors!
Want to relive the ceremony?Graduation Video
Walter Payton College Prep has an opening for a .5 French teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
Interested?Email resume to Alicia Gonzalez, World Language Department Chairperson
Catholics Teaching Abroad (CTA) is an initiative which sends recent Catholic graduates to either Lisbon, Portugal or Monterrey, Mexico to teach English for a year at a local Catholic school. CTA is a great way for college graduates to engage with a new culture, deepen their personal faith and make a substantial impact in the lives of students, schools and communities. The year long program is meant to serve as a time of reflection during which participants serve as cultural ambassadors, making a substantive impact while further advancing their own personal, religious, and professional formation. Strong applicants should be native english speakers with a strong faith conviction, a passion for making an impact and inspiring others and a willingness to immerse oneself in a new culture and community.
This is a paid position amounting to an average local salary meant to cover all necessary living expenses.
Questions?Email Matthew Hardiman, Summer Associate
Tarkington School of Excellence, a CPS school on the Southwest side of the city, is hiring for a middle school ELA teacher
Want to apply?Contact Jacob Stefan, Assistant Principal
The Chicago Cultural Alliance and Chicago Collections Consortium are seeking a graduate student in education, museum studies, library & information science, or an allied field to act as a temporary, part-time facilitator to assist with phase two of an ongoing collaboration entitled Stories of Im/Migration: Chicago. During phase two, the facilitator will report to Andrew Leith and Kate Flynn. The facilitator will work with a cohort of museum professionals representing six cultural centers in Chicago. The cohort has been preparing and uploading digital collections associated with their respective communities’ stories of im/migration to the CCC’s EXPLORE Portal since March 2019. The facilitator will assist them in distilling their thoughts and perspectives related to the pedagogical potential of culturally-specific stories of im/migration as they pertain to recurrent, topical, and cross-cultural concerns faced by youth and adults across the state of Illinois. Topics may include creative ways of combatting racism, xenophobia, sexism, and injustices associated with economic disparities as well as common concerns, accomplishments, and shared values to be celebrated as Illinois residents endeavor to foster a spirit of mutual respect. Cohort members will contribute to the aforementioned themes and suggest material and constructive dialogs as they relate specifically to the content they uploaded to EXPLORE. Then the facilitator will consolidate this material into a concise and cogent document which will be referred to as the ‘dialogic toolkit.’ The dialogic toolkit will be a set of guidelines for Illinois youth and educators aimed specifically at elementary and secondary schools and libraries throughout the state. The guidelines within the toolkit will enable educators to pair the content on EXPLORE with lesson plans and stand-alone workshops associated with cultural diversity and inclusion. The toolkit will also provide educators with a series of programmatic frameworks for utilizing the EXPLORE Portal to engage diverse participants, especially youth. The availability of thoughtfully crafted first-voice programs, curriculum, and discourse templates will bring to life the rich content contributed to EXPLORE, making history more relevant, illustrating shared struggles and accomplishments, as well as our common humanity. Stipend = $2,500
Reporting to the Assistant Director of the Arnold Mitchem Fellows (AMF) Program, the AMF instructor will be responsible for teaching AMF/WRD classes during the program as well as assisting the development and implementation of program activities. The AMF/WRD classes are writing-intensive and research-based classes that help students learn how to create literature reviews for future research projects. The instructor will implement the AMF program curriculum and help students outline and create literature reviews.
Both Master’s and Doctoral students are eligible to apply, but you must be a registered student during the entire 2019-2020 academic year. The position does not offer a tuition waiver but does offer hourly and stipend pay. The position requires 10 hours per week and may require working on some weekends, evenings, and parts of December.
Want to apply?More information
As of June 1st, Counseling students now have two advisors assigned to assist in navigating and planning studies in the Counseling Program. Your primary advisor will be a professional Academic Advisor in the Advising Office (see list below) and your second advisor will be a faculty member in your specialty area. You can meet with your Academic Advisor via scheduled appointment, walk-in appointment (available during registration week and first week of the quarter only), or through email or phone correspondence. They are available to assist you in registration issues, following the cohort plan, navigating the university, utilizing university resources, and general questions about your specialty. Contact the Academic Advisor directly to make an appointment. Faculty Advisors are available for more in depth questions about course content, transfer course questions and approvals, and dialogue about the profession.
College Counseling and Student Affairs (CCSA)
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC)
School Counseling (SC)
College Access is part of DePaul's Center for Access and Attainment (CAA) and offers programs for Chicago-area, low-income, first-generation middle school and high school students. The goal is to reach out to underserved student populations to provide them with information and resources that will help prepare them for college. Peer Guides assist College Access staff in many aspects of the mssion - they may give presentations on college-prep topics, lead campus tours for prospective students, and participate in student panels design to provide a first-hand account of DePaul student life. Peer Guides provide mentorship relationships to students who participate in the College Connect summer program. In addition, during the College Connect program, Peer Guides also serve in the role of Teacher Assistants and assist in the classroom per instructor's needs.
Applicants must commit to work the entire duration of the program (Monday-Thursday 8:30am-12pm from July 8 through August 9). Peer Guides are also required to attend Faculty and Peer Guide Orientation (June 27) and Student Orientation (July 1) prior to the start of classes.
Contact Kate Agarwal, Assistant Director of College Access
DePaul Student Alumni Ambassadors is a group of sophomore, junior and senior students who strengthem the bonds and connections between alumni and the university. These students also enlighten alumni on current university events and culture. Ambassadors act as representatives of the Office of Alumni Relations and the entire student body at typically 1-2 high-profile university and alumni events per quarter and serve as members of the Future Alumni Association to help build students' affinity for DePaul on campus.
Want to join?
The DePaul Egan Office for Urban Education and Community Partnerships is seeking five to six graduate students to fill the following role:
School-Community Coordinator - Egan School-Community Coordinators have four primary roles: (1) Promote an asset-based approach to identifying community resources—developing relationships; facilitating sustainable partnerships and promoting collective work on community-defined goals; (2) connecting school partners with university and community resources and; and; (3) supporting the work and learning of a team of DePaul undergraduates who work within the schools; and, (4) assisting in planning, monitoring and implementing various program components and projects.
The position runs early-August through June. Starting salary is $14-$15/hour at 25 hours per week. Two or more years of commitment to the position is highly preferred.
Apply via the Campus Job Board
St Luke Chicago is expanding their preschool program and is seeking to fill full- and part-time preschool positions for this fall.
Contact Donna Beck, Principal
Interested?Contact Kate Agarwal, Assistant Director of College Access
Want to join?Apply now
Interested?Apply via the Campus Job Board
St. Chrysostom’s Day School is seeking a part-time assistant to join their dynamic preschool team. The person selected for this position must have a degree in Early Childhood Education, or in a related field. Experience working with this age group is preferred. The person chosen will be responsible for assisting the classroom teacher with general supervision and management of a class of 12-14 children between the ages of three and four.
Sound like you?Send resume and cover letter to
Interested?Contact Donna Beck, Principal
The DePaul University and FAcing History and Ourselves Collaboration is thrilled to welcome this year's guest speaker, Dr Raymond Arsenault. The event is on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Afterwards, Dr. Arsenault will be available to sign copies of his book which will be available for purchase.