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NAEP IS SEEKING FIELD STAFF TO ADMINISTER A STUDY
The National Assessment of
Educational Progress (NAEP) is seeking retired educators
who would like to work with a team to proctor digitally based
assessments on tablets with fourth- and eighth-grade students in
schools. You must be available for online and in-person training
during the month of January 2021 and able to proctor between
January 25 and March 12, 2021, when work is available. NAEP
offers paid training, hourly wages paid weekly, and mileage
reimbursement for local driving. This is a part-time, temporary
Visit http://www.WorkNAEP.com and provide your contact
information. We will send you a link to our online application
in July 2020.
information about NAEP, please visit: https://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard
1600 Research Blvd,
Rockville, MD 20850
LEARN IT SYSTEMS IS LOOKING FOR TITLE I TEACHERS
Learn It Systems
is looking for Title I Teachers to work part-time after school
in our reading and math for the 2019/2020 school year. This is
a great opportunity to join a growing, interdisciplinary team
of professionals focused on creating exceptional learning
experiences for children in need.
will be a part of a team that works with students who qualify
for Title I assistance. Responsibilities such as collaborating
with the school to identify Title I students, delivering
programs in a small group setting, administering pre and post
assessments and tracking student progress are essential to the
position. Classroom management and escorting students to and
from the Title I classroom in order to provide a safe and
positive learning environment that teachers will oversee are
also key responsibilities.
Barnabus School-10121 S. Longwood Dr. Chicago, IL 60643
-- Wed: 2:45pm-4:45pm
*Immaculate Conception-8729 S. Exchange
Chicago, IL 60617 -- Tues/Thurs.:
*St. Paul Lutheran- 846 N Menard Chicago,
IL 60651 -- Mon- Wed: 3:15pm-5:15p
*St Barbara-2859 S. Throop St Chicago, IL
60608 -- Tues - Fri 9:30am-2:00pm
this link to Apply.
Learn It Academic
225 Smith Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
UNIVERSITY SEEKS RETIRED TEACHERS TO SUPERVISE STUDENT TEACHERS
Gateway for Teachers, offered through the School of Education at
Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana), seeks a
qualified individual to supervise Indiana University student
teachers placed in Chicago Public Schools through the Global
Gateway’s urban immersion program. Placements span 16 weeks and
may include elementary, secondary, and all-grades classroom
placements. In the Spring 2020 semester, four (4) student
teachers will be on-site, with school placements in the Albany
Park and Irving Park neighborhoods. The Global Gateway director
will be in Chicago in November and would welcome meeting you.
L. Stachowski, Ph.D., Director
Global Gateway for Teachers
Education 1074; 201 N. Rose Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006
LOOKING FOR SALES REPRESENTATIVES
AfsPromos, a Minority Women-Owned Small Business is looking for 3
to 5 Sales Representatives. We sell all types of Sports
uniforms, Corporate custom logo'd Apparel, Promotional Products
such as pens and Recognition/Achievements Awards and Trophies.
Our Client base could be any industry and we are open for Sales
Professionals who has connections with Corporates/School
Districts/Universities/Sports Coaches/Student groups or any
other potential Customers and bring repetitive Business. This
job is ideal for retired School staff but open for any Sales
Sales Representative Responsibilities:
- Sales presentations and product demonstrations, as well as
negotiating contracts with potential clients. - Generate/follow
sales leads, visit potential clients to evaluate needs or
promote our products and services. - Work closely with back
office on Order processing and be accountable from Order taking
to delivering the Products to Payment receipt. - Work closely
with Customers on making artwork for pressing or embroidery and
ensure proper Proof reading was made and approved by Customers
Sales Representative Requirements:
- Understanding of the sales process and dynamics and a
commitment to excellent customer service. - Experience using
computers for a variety of tasks and competency in Microsoft
applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook. - Able to spend
15 to 20 hours/week and 100% Commission based but can negotiate
fixed monthly payment and true up by Quarter. Visit www.AfsPromos.com
TESTERS WANTED: SOUTH SUBURBAN HOUSING CENTER
What does a
Testers are trained to pose as home seeking individuals,
visit various housing providers, and write detailed reports
concerning their experiences.
being a tester:
*Ensuring compliance of the Fair Housing Act
*Helping to remove impediments to housing choices
*Works around the testers schedule
*Paid a stipend per test completed, reimbursed for
of a great tester?
Testers should be attentive to details, objective and
clear writers, possess time management skills, access to
reliable transportation, and have a flexible schedule.
To learn more: Visit the website of Southsuburbanhousingcenter.org
How to become
a tester? Contact:
Fair Housing Testing Coordinator
18220 Harwood Ave. Suite 1
Homewood, Il 60430
GIRLS INC. OF
CHICAGO SEEKS PART-TIME PROGRAM FACILITATORS
Girls Inc. is a
national organization whose mission is to inspire all girls to
be strong, smart, and bold. Our comprehensive approach to whole
girl development equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and
social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent.
Girls Inc. of Chicago has an exciting opportunity for a
Part-Time Program Facilitator. The Program Facilitators
foundational charge is to build trusting relationships with
girls, acting as a friend, mentor and role model, to help with
whole girl development including their social and emotional
needs. The Program Facilitator is responsible for
implementing and adapting a wide variety of enrichment
instruction for grades K-8th. Facilitators will be responsible
for conducting curriculum-based instruction and activities and
discussions designed to increase knowledge, strengthen
self-confidence, and cultivate communication and other
Interested candidates can apply via Girls Inc of Chicago
employment site at https://girlsincofchicago.bamboohr.com/jobs/
Manager, Administration & Operations
Girls Inc. of Chicago
LEARNING CENTER IS SEEKING TEACHERS
At Huntington, we offer children ages 5 to17 tutoring in
Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Study Skills, Phonics,
Vocabulary, Science, Test Prep, High School Entrance Exam
preparation, and SAT/PSAT & ACT preparation.
• Flexible and convenient schedules
• Primarily after-school and weekend hours
• Convenience and safety of tutoring in a
central location instead of in-home
• Focus on teaching students without the
requirement for lesson plan creation, grading papers or
To apply go here -
Huntington Learning Center Lincoln Park
1505 W Fullerton Ave,
Chicago, IL 60614
ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY'S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SEEKS RETIRED
TEACHERS TO SUPERVISE FUTURE TEACHERS
L. Goodwin College of Education’s Teacher Education Department
at NEIU is seeking university supervisors for candidates
in its elementary education, bilingual education and early
childhood education programs to supervise future teachers. The
supervision courses include 3 visits in the field to observe,
provide feedback and evaluate teacher candidates. There is also
a weekly seminar component.
Requirements: earned master’s degree and teaching license in the
discipline, minimum of three years teaching experience, personal
and professional commitment to equity, diversity and inclusive
education, and strong mentorship skills. Familiarity with the
Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) is preferred or the
willingness to learn.
Please send resume and contact information to: Dr. Rachel Adeodu,
Chair of the Department of Teacher Education
Dr. Rachel Adeodu,
Chair of the Department of Teacher Education
Goodwin College of Education
5500 N. St.
TORAH ACADEMY OF
BUFFALO GROVE SEEKS A PART TIME MATH/SCIENCE TEACHER
Academy of Buffalo Grove a small,
student-focused private elementary school seeks a talented
math and science teacher (for afternoon only) middle school
class of 5-8 motivated, well-behaved students. Warm,
supportive work environment without the red tape and
bureaucracy of the public school system. Creativity and
innovbation are welcome and encouraged!
Rabbi Shimon Zehnwirth, Head of School
Torah Academy of Buffalo Grove
720 Armstrong Drive
Buffalo Grove IL 60089
NEEDED FOR FEDERAL RESEARCH GRANT
Deacon Hill Research Associates (https://www.deaconhillresearch.com)
is seeking 1-2 part time staff to assist in data collection
for a federally-funded research grant in the Chicago area.
Data collectors will work in approximately 30 CPS elementary
schools that are participating in the Math for All project
(http://mathforall.cct.edc.org/). Duties include: (1)
conducting observations of mathematics lessons at the
beginning and end of the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years;
(2) visiting schools periodically to encourage teachers to
complete online surveys and logs; and (3) providing weekly
updates to the project’s research lead.
Applicants will be required to attend a 4-day training August
8-12, 2019 in Chicago to become certified CLASS observers for
grades K-5 (https://info.teachstone.com/info-sheet/class-age-levels)
and successfully pass CLASS certification. Training and
certification time are paid by the grant. Time commitment is
up to 450 hours per school year (flexible; inclusive of
training and data collection responsibilities), and rate is
$35 per hour.
If interested, please send an email to Dr. Teresa Duncan
Applications will be accepted through August 5, 2019.
For more information, contact
Duncan, Ph. D. | President
Hill Research Associates LLC | EDWOSB
Princess Anne St.
079949432 | Virginia SWaM Certification 726099
540-699-0245 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CODE NINJAS IS
SEEKING LEAD TEACHERS
Ninjas provides fun coding education for kids ages
7-14 learn computer programming and robotics, together with
critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and more!
Students enjoy coding video games in a fun environment and
progress through a self-paced, high quality curriculum
guided by Code Senseis (teachers & mentors) along the
way. We are currently hiring for Lead Teachers
in our Libertyville and Glenview locations to work 25
hours/week. Responsibilities include coaching and engaging
with students to ensure they understand coding concepts and
able to build their games, providing feedback and progress
reports to management on student progress, mentoring peer
staff, and maintaining quality of teaching. Centers are open
Monday-Saturday; 4 hours each day.
Code Ninjas Libertyville: 1324 S Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville
IL 60048 • 847-549-3908
Code Ninjas Glenview: 2735 Pfingsten Road, Glenview IL 60026 • 847-715-9056
ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY IS SEEKING
ADJUNCT FACULTY IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Early Childhood Education, Adjunct Faculty: The Department of
Teacher Preparation in the College of Education is looking for
part-time faculty to teach Individualized Coaching & Field
Experience Early Childhood Education courses for the coming
semesters. These courses may be taught face-to-face in Chicago
(primarily), in Schaumburg, and online formats. The courses
include two supervised observations of students in a local
school or agency, and weekly one-hour seminar discussions
concerning observational records, teaching strategies,
evaluation, and individual issues.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Masters in Early
Childhood Ed. or another ed. field with licensure in Early
Contact: Dr. Maria Earman Stetter, PhD, Depart. Chair of Teacher
Preparation, email@example.com and 312-853-4771.
Required Documents: 1.) Resume 2.) List of References 3.) Letter
Maria Earman Stetter,
Ph.D., Chair of Teacher Preparation Department
Professor of Special Education, College of
UCAN ACADEMY IS HIRING SPECIAL
Special education employment is available at the UCAN Academies.
Our two location are UCAN Academy South, 1551 W. 95th Street,
Chicago, Illinois, 60643 and UCAN Academy North, 3110 W. Grand
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60622
Description of Duties/Essential Job Functions:
Under the direction of the Principal, the Teacher works with a
group of students, employing specific training skills to conduct
special educational activities
Type 10 (ED/BD), LBS1 Unlimited or LBS1 Limited Certification.
Experience in and ability to teach all subject matter in a
are interested in applying, please go to our website http://careers.ucanchicago.org/careers/
and create a profile and upload all pertinent information
Fillmore, Chicago, IL 60624
(773)588-0180 x 53735
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SEEKS SUBSTITUTE AND RETIRED TEACHERS
The University of
Chicago REDCAP program seeks retired or substitute
teachers of all ages to serve as Standardized Patients (SPs)
for the Pritzker School of Medicine.
SPs receive extensive training to role play, in a consistent,
standardized manner, a patient during a clinical encounter
with medical students, and provide constructive, supportive
feedback (oral and/or written) on communication, interpersonal
and physical exam skills.
This position is classified as occasional part time help: work
dates can total 1-6+ days a month, depending on time of year
and applicant’s skill range. You can expect work that is fun,
challenging, and stimulating, and that requires candidates
with good memorization, accuracy, good humor, reliability and
punctuality, among other professional attributes. Work dates
are established months in advance, so candidates must be able
to commit to confirmed work dates.
To learn more and apply online, visit: https://redcap.uchicago.edu/surveys/?s=37EPAJ7NCC
Dir, Standardized Patient Program/Pritzker School of
University of Chicago,
METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
is looking to fill the following positions as soon as
possible. We here at Metropolitan are
looking to hire Community School Teachers and OST Activity
workers for our after school programming.
We have 8 sites in the Roseland area and are looking to start
interviews this coming Monday. Please don't hesitate to
reach out for additional information. I myself am
looking to hire three staff members for the Frank I. Bennett
Elementary school located at 10115 South Prairie. The
new CPS process takes longer so we would like to get people in
to interview as soon as possible.
For the Bennett location the hours are typically
3:00 pm to 6:15 pm, Monday-Thursday
Time can be adjusted to add more prep time where needed.
Programming happens all over the building so candidates need
to be mobile and able to climb stairs as the building is old
and has no handicap access or ramps.
We are looking for teachers for 3 grade level band
rooms K-2, 3-5 and 6-8.
We also need someone to act as a floater/right hand for after
school as well.
Don't hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns.
I look forward to speaking with someone soon.
EYE LEVEL LEARNING CENTER NEEDS A
PART TIME TEACHER
Eye Level Learning Center of Hoffman Estates,
IL is looking for someone with teaching experience in
formal/informal settings. Looking for someone to teach in the
evenings (4 to 7:15) and Saturdays (10-1). It’s a part time
year round position. Students age 3 to 13 years.
No homework grading or lesson planning!
All classes are held at the learning center.
Paid 2 to 3 weeks training.
$13 - $15
PROCTORS NEEDED AT THE JOHN
MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL
The John Marshall Law School
seeks qualified candidates to proctor final exams for the
upcoming spring semester.
Exam proctors will assist with the administration of timed
exams (primarily through ExamSoft testing software), will
distribute, collect, and deliver all test-related materials,
and enforce The John Marshall Law School Exams Policies. Exam
proctors should be able to work a minimum of 4 hours per shift
on scheduled proctoring dates. Proctors may work more than one
shift per day.
Prior proctoring experience is not required, however it is
preferred. If interested, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manager, Academic Services
Marshall Law School
312.427.2737 ext. 776
PROGRAM DIRECTOR NEEDED AT MARY
The Program Director is a leadership position reporting to the
Executive Director of Mary Crane Center. This is
an exciting opportunity for a seasoned professional in the
field of Early Childhood Education who believes in the power
of community empowerment and transformation by investing in
our future - our children. The goals of the Program Director
are to ensure every program of Mary Crane is delivered
successfully, adds the highest possible value to the
organization, and sets the stage for the success of every
child and family Mary Crane serves.
> Minimum Bachelor’s Degree Required – Masters
Preferred, ECE courses/degree, Gateways, ESL credential
>Infant/Toddler Specialization, Experience in
supervision/leadership of staff
>Head Start/Early Head Start background required,
>Program-oriented fiscal and fundraising experience
>Solution-based participation in a team, Excellent
communication skills and an appreciation of the value of a
diversity of voices and experience
Send resume to Beth Rivera
or call 773-242-2860, Fax:773-242-2881.
PFA TEACHERS NEEDED AT MARY CRANE CENTER
Mary Crane Center
Needs Full Time PFA Teachers
Working with Children 3-5yrs
old. Lead Teachers plan and implement learning experiences
that advance the intellectual, emotional, social, and physical
development of children within a safe, healthy learning
environment. They encourage the involvement of the families of
the children of the program and support the development of
relationships between children and their families.
Bachelor’s Degree in Early
Childhood Education . Must possess a current Type 04
Certification/Registered Professional Educator License (PEL)
with early childhood endorsement and ESL Endorsement and/or
Gateways Credential 5.
Send resume to Beth
Rivera at email@example.com
or call 773-242-2860, Fax:773-242-2881.
ABOUT FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT
contemplating overseas employment, take the time to
research the offer carefully. Make
certain of the financial condition of your prospective
The U. S. Department of State (http://www.state.gov/)
publishes advice on Crisis Awareness and Preparedness,
Travel Warnings, Emergencies Abroad, Passports, Visas and
more. Links are provided to
the home pages of US Embassies and consulates throughout
the world, offering the most up-to-date possible
information on conditions at the location you’re
salaries often appear very low when translated into
American dollars, remember that foreign costs of living
are also frequently low. (For
example, we are told that recently a Rangoon, Myanmar
[Burma] pedicab driver who received a $100 tip bought a
home with the money.) On the
Web, you can get an exchange rate quote on any currency at
any time from http://www.exchangerate.com/.
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