SERVICE LEARNING COORDINATOR POSITION
The DePaul Steans Center is searchiing for a Service Learning Coordinator (SLC) who, in collaboration with a Project Coordinator, would coordinate the logistics of DePaul University service-learning students enrolled in community-based service learning courses as part of the Academic Service Learning (ASL) team. Most students engage in direct service, while some work on course-based projects in the community. The SLC serves as the primary contact person between the Steans Center, service-learning students, community partner agencies, and, occasionally, service-learning faculty.
The Dovetail Project Chicago is seeking a charismatic and motivated Program Facilitator with a passion for coaching, mentoring, and enriching the lives of young men from underserved communities. Reporting to the Director of Programs and in collaboration with Dovetail Project Chicago staff, the Program Facilitator will be responsible for teaching the uniquely designed curriculum to program participants. S/he will be an effective and impactful communicator with the ability to recognize and manage group dynamics, engage and interact interpersonally with the students while maintaining the ability to connect and adjust the curriculum according to the student needs. This is a full-time salaried position with benefits.
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YEAR OF SERVICE ALUMNI PANEL
Learn what it's like to do a year of service in a variety of year-long programs from people who have been there.
February 21st from 4:30pm-6pm
SERVICE & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES INFORMATION FAIR
The Service & Volunteer Opportunities Information Fair is an informational fair designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn about service and volunteer opportunities. This is an informal event, so feel free stop by between classes
March 12 from 11:30am-1:30pm
Lincoln Park Student Center Atrium
LANGUAGE ASSISTANT PROGRAMS IN SPAIN
During one academic year, participants join a Spanish school and are enrolled in a structure program with two main components:theory and teaching practice. To apply, candidates must be recent graduates or senior students. Being competent in the Spanish language is recommended but it is not necessary/required.
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ARGONNE EDUCATION OUTREACH CO-OP
Argonne National Laboratory is seeking a STEM education and/or informal education student interested in a Co-op program to round out their educational experience. Educational activities are facilitated by the Educational Programs and Outreach Department within Argonne. The mission of Educational Programs and Outreach is to connect world-class research to tomorrow’s STEM problem solvers.
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EDUCATION JOB FAIR - 02/27 4:00-7:00 pm
This job fair is being hosted by the consortium schools of University of Illinois at Chicago
(UIC), Loyola University, and DePaul University. The fair will showcase employers representing
private schools, public school districts, charter schools, and various non-profit organizations
located throughout the city of Chicago, suburban locations, and other states (Wisconsin, Michigan,
Colorado, Florida, and others).
Employers are seeking candidates who are education, social work, and other majors interested in
working in education settings. It is open to the public and FREE! Bring plenty of resumes!
APPLY TO STEANS CENTERS COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Are you a current DePaul student looking for scholarships and opportunities to integrate social
justice work into your education?
The Community Service Scholarship is awarded to current freshmen students (rising sophomores for
the fall quarter of 2019) who have an exceptional record of community service and are committed to
becoming socially engaged leaders as DePaul students and professionals. Recipients are required to
declare and complete the community service studies academic minor, participate in at least 30 hours
of community service each quarter, attend quarterly service learning/community engagement workshops,
participate in a 100-hour internship for one quarter, and meet with the program coordinators for
advising and mentoring throughout the duration of their commitment to the CSS program.
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL POSITION
The Scuola Italiana Enrico Fermi, Chicago’s only Reggio
Emilia inspired, dual-language Italian preschool and kindergarten, is currently recruiting for a part
time (15-20 hrs per week) School Principal.
The ideal candidate fully embraces the mission of the school as a dual language educational
institution, rooted in the Reggio Emilia pedagogical approach. The desired candidate has significant
prior experience in early childhood and elementary education and excellent interpersonal skills. The
Principal reports to the President of the Board of Trustees maintaining an open line of communication
with the Board.
The Principal is expected to: oversee daily operations and administration of the school,
including recruitment, admissions, management of part time staff, and management of disciplinary
issues; maintain relationships with families; oversee curriculum development and implementation in
collaboration with the teachers; manage professional development opportunities for teachers;
cultivate relationship with the community in view of the School’s potential growth.
To be considered for the position, please submit a cover letter and CV to email@example.com, with the subject line RE: SIEF School
Principal. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the position is
ATTENTION EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLNESS JOB SEEKERS!
Plan to attend the Northern Illinois University Education, Health and Wellness Fair
Monday, February 25, 2019
9AM – 12:30 PM
NIU Convocation Center
1525 W. Lincoln Hwy.
DeKalb, IL 60115
- Over 150 employers from Education, Health Care, Social/Human Services and more registered to attend.
- Open to the public.
- Free for all candidates.
- No candidate registration required
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A Lincoln Park family is looking for a reading/math tutor to work with their kindergartener twice
a week. Meetings to occur at the library on Fullerton or on the DePaul Lincoln Park campus.
Email Mark Hermes
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH
Carney Sandoe and Associates is conducting a search
for a superintendent for the Archdiocese
of Los Angeles. This is a rare and exceptional opportunity for a dynamic and visionary leader
with passion for mission and a genuine desire to play a national leadership role in Catholic
education while directly impacting the lives of children, families, and institutions throughout the
Greater Los Angeles region.
To qualify, candidates will need to be practicing Catholics and accomplished servant leaders with
significant executive experience. The archdiocese welcomes candidates from other Catholic or
independent schools and dioceses as well as accomplished executives from other mission-critical
career venues such as: higher education; non-profit foundations, associations, charities and the
like; or the corporate, civic, and professional services arenas. While knowledge of education and
school operations is preferred, it is less important than visionary, entrepreneurial leadership and
the ability to inspire, lead a high performing team, and assist schools in creating demand for the
extraordinary gifts of a Catholic education. This is one of the finest Catholic school leadership
opportunities in the country.
Contact Bob Regan
CAMP AKEELA SUMMER INTERNSHIP
Camp Akeela, a traditional summer camp with locations in Vermont and Wisconsin for kids who have
been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome or a non-verbal learning disorder, is in the middle of their
hiring season and are looking for more energetic young people to work with them at camp this
Dr. Alicia Okpareke and Kelli Diaz are conducting a study about teacher candidate decision making
and would like to invite you to participate. Dr. Alicia Okpareke is an Assistant Professor at North
Central College and Kelli Diaz is a doctoral student at DePaul University.
Your involvement in the study will help them provide better training and professional development
to teachers. This study is comprised of a survey, category matching task, and hypothetical scenarios
- all completed on a computer. It should take you approximately 20 minutes to complete the 3
components. There is no cost to participate in the study. If you decide to participate, you will
receive a $5 gift card to Starbucks.
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YOUTH SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Qualifications: Requires a Master's degree in social work, counseling or relevant field from a
recognized college or university supplemented by one year of professional social work experience
working with trauma-exposed populations. The possession of a LCSW/LCPC registered to the state of
Illinois is required.
Description: Youth Support Specialists will be primarily responsible for immediate triage response
to families with identified youth directly exposed to trauma after violent loss. The YSS will be
expected to directly assess and implement therapeutic responses to the youth assigned to the worker’s
case load. Within the role as a YSS, the worker will be expected to provide quality intensive
supportive counseling services and comprehensive referrals for a caseload estimated at about 30-45
victims per quarter. Additional trainings will be provided and supported by supervision.
CHRIST THE KING JESUIT VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
The Christ the King Jesuit Volunteer Program connects recent college graduates who wish to serve
in low-income communities with the opportunity to work in an innovative education environment for 22
months. Christ the King Jesuit College Prep, a member of the Cristo Rey Network, was established to
provide working families of Chicago's West Side the opportunity for a safe, faith-based, and
affordable college preparatory education. Jesuit Volunteers are an essential piece of the school's
mission and provide vital services across the institution
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SUBSTITUTE TEACHING OPPORTUNITY
St. Josaphat School, a Catholic elementary school (PreK-3 to 8th grade) located in the Lincoln
Park neighborhood of Chicago, is currently hiring substitute teachers. The school’s root beliefs
that we are always learning and that excellence happens on purpose lay the foundation for its work to
help all students excel in academics and grow in faith. The highly qualified faculty members are
dedicated to engaging students in critical thinking as they explore important concepts. The school
community is also committed to supporting the learning of its faculty members, and substitute
teaching provides valuable experience to those interested in entering the profession.
The substitute teaching position is a part-time, hourly position. Expectations include, but are not
- Arriving by 7:30AM and staying until students are dismissed (about 3:00PM)
- Following lesson plans provided by the classroom teacher
- Completing any lunch or recess duty indicated in the plans
- Establishing and maintaining a positive classroom environment
- Ensuring the students’ physical and emotional safety
- Documenting any relevant information, such as student absences
Applicants must have at least a bachelor’s degree, but it need not be in education. Once hired,
applicants must comply with Archdiocesan background check and Safe Environment training
Please contact Ms. Jen Kowieski
SECOND GRADE DUAL LANGUAGE TEACHER NEEDED
District 102 in LaGrange is seeking a Spanish speaking Dual Language teacher for next year. This new position will require a dynamic and flexible educator willing to help in the successful development and implementation of a multi-year dual language program. This full-time teacher will teach two half-day sessions of math, science, social studies and Spanish language arts. The teacher will team with the English-speaking teacher who will teach aligned content in English. This position involves collaborating with a partner teacher, the grade level team and other dual language faculty. Candidates should be prepared to participate in professional development, develop lesson plans for second language learners, utilize dual language pedagogy and accommodate visitors to the classroom.
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CHICAGO METRO HISTORY FAIR JUDGES NEEDED
Enjoy learning local Chicago History? Do you want to make a positive contribution to elementary and secondary school education? Students need volunteer judges to evaluate their Chicago History Fair exhibits, performances, documentaries, websites and papers this Spring.
No experience nor special degree are needed. You will be trained on the day you come to judge and will be paired with an experienced volunteer. Choose the date/s that you will show up to judge and they take care of the rest. Your half-day of volunteering makes a big difference to students and you will leave feeling elated with your experience.
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SUMMER 2019 DAY CAMP INTERNS/VOLUNTEERS
Beth Osten and Associates, a pediatrics-focused clinic in Northbrook, Illinois, is looking for interns/volunteers to apply to become members of their Summer Program Support Team (SPST) for the 2019 day camp season.
Examples of recreational day camp programs offered during the summer may include: art, various sports camps (golf, tennis, “American Ninja Warrior”-style, traditional sports...etc), cartooning, dance, musical theater, outdoor adventuring, cooking, and creative writing. SPST members can help therapists plan and run these recreational day camps while learning from their interactions with our clients, families, and staff. Participating in our program can also be a great opportunity for students to explore different potential career paths in working with children, as well as provide the opportunity for valuable experiences when applying for employment in the future.
MATH TUTORS NEEDED
Plamondon Elementary School in Chicago is looking for college students who can provide math remediation and/or enrichment to small groups of students during or after the school day. Plamondon's hours of operation - 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. After school programs run from 3:45 to 4:45.
Contact Dr Althea Hammond, Principal at 773-534-1789
SUMMER TEACHING POSITIONS
The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Each year, they hire hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach in their summer programs.
As an Institute teacher you will:
- Earn more than $6,500 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$750 per week.
- Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
- Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
- Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.
We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season.
Successful Institute teachers:
- Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
- Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
- Will be patient and supportive with students
Sounde like you?