Program Manager at the Exploratorium

The Environment Group advances inquiry and observation within the wider fields of environmental science, art, and education. The Environment Program Manager works closely with various museum staff to manage all activity necessary for the successful implementation of the projects of the Environment Group. Program Manager responsibilities include the administrative management of budgets; oversight and coordination of workshops and conferences; evaluation and database management; recruitment and dissemination management; and budget management. The Program Manager will report to the Environment Group Senior Artist, and will need to be responsive to, and coordinate the efforts and needs of, several different program leaders and partners.

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Iron Science Teacher at the Exploratorium

Cheer on the competitors in this zany science cook-off where science teachers compete before a live Exploratorium audience for the sought-after title Iron Science Teacher. Inspired by the cult Japanese TV program Iron Chef, the competition showcases teachers as they use everyday ingredients-such as plastic bags, milk cartons, or nails-to devise compelling classroom activities.

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SFSU CARP seeks Science, Physics, Chemistry, and Math Tutors

$12.50/hour

Description:

  • Provide tutoring services for undergraduate students seeking assistance with undergraduate level science and math courses
  • Facilitate tutorial sessions with individual students or small groups.
  • Prepare and present workshops or projects which may occur outside of the scheduled 12 hours

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HYP: Seeking a Health Educator & Outreach Coordinator

Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) is a critical provider of essential safety net services for high-needs youth and their families in San Francisco and Marin County.

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Public Programs Coordinator at the Exploratorium

The Programs Coordinator for the Public Programs department implements evening programming targeted at adult audiences, weekend family-focused public programs, and special programs targeted at specific audiences or special interest groups. Programs that coordinators regularly execute encompass a range of formats, including but not limited to: lectures, demonstrations, installations, hands on workshops receptions, performances, and more. In addition to this regular work, this position will be helping to produce an expanded portfolio of regular evening programs targeted at specific audiences of adults weekly on Thursday evenings.

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ASEP School Age Science Instructor

Under the supervision of the Development Director, the Science Club Instructor will implement a developmentally appropriate science curriculum for school age children (Kindergarten through 3rd grade) participating in (ASEP) After School Enrichment Program.

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One Day Workshop: Teaching Science through Citizen Science

Are you looking for ways to incorporate hands-on and inquiry–based learning into your STEM curriculum? Have you wondered how to engage your students in meaningful science research? Citizen science is an opportunity for students to make important contributions to ongoing investigations around the world. In this workshop, researchers and educators from the California Academy of Sciences will present a toolkit for integrating citizen science into your curriculum, including step-by-step guidance on how to design and implement authentic partnerships between your students and the scientific community.

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SFUSD Teaching Positions

SFUSD is strongly committed to hiring the best teachers in the country to join us in the pursuit of access and equity and social justice for all our students, and we hope you will continue to be interested in joining us.  We have just concluded a time of internal movement, during which current SFUSD employees who had been displaced from their positions were re-assigned.  At this point, the only remaining credential areas that are not open for new teachers to the district are Social Studies and Counseling.  We expect these areas to be open very soon.

To see current available jobs, go to www.sfusd.edu/jobs and click on “View Open Certificated Positions.”  New positions will also be posted as soon as they become available throughout the summer and we encourage you to log back into your application frequently and check the “Jobs” tab for new postings.  If you ever have questions about a specific credential area or wish to connect with someone from our Human Resources team, please do not hesitate to contact us at teach@sfusd.edu.

Below are some high need credential areas/positions where we are seeking candidates:

1. Highlighted Positions:

If you are working towards or hold a credential in these areas, we encourage you to apply.  Feel free to email me if you have any questions about these positions:

  • Biology + Biology/CTE Positions – Biology credential with a background or willingness to obtain a CTE credential.

o   Burton High School – Req. #132071 – Biology + Biotech CTE position

o   SF International High School – Req. #131028 – Fall Semester Biology position

o   Wallenberg High School – Req. #131854 – Biology + Health + Biotech CTE position

o   Washington High School – Req. #130883 – Biology + Chemistry position – 0.6 FTE, 24 hours/week with full benefits

  • Chemistry + Physics Position – Wallenberg High School – Req. #130734
  • PE + Dance position – International Studies Academy (8th-12th grade) – Req. #131131
  • CTE Arts, Media, & Entertainment – Curriculum & Instruction Dept – Req. #131414
  • Bilingual Classroom Positions – Multiple Subject and BCLAD: Cantonese/Mandarin or Spanish credential.  Note that teachers who teach with a BCLAD in these positions are eligible for an additional $1,000 stipend/year. We have several open positions at sites including:

o   Alice Fong Yu Alternative School – Req. #131193 (Cantonese)

o   Chinese Ed Center – Req. #132127 (Cantonese)

o   Starr King Elementary – Req. #131210 & 131012 (Mandarin)

o   McCoppin Elementary – Req. #130775 & 131005 (Cantonese)

o   Monroe Elementary – Req. #131511 (Cantonese)

o   Vis Valley Elementary – Req. #131704 & 131155 (Cantonese)

o   Bryant Elementary – Req. #130701 & 131781 (Spanish)

o   Buena Vista/Horace Mann (K-8) – Req. #131073 & 131961 (Spanish)

o   John Muir Elementary – Req. #131021 (Spanish)

o   Paul Revere Elementary – Req. #131856 & 131915 (Spanish)

JCYC Middle School Educational Advisor

DESCRIPTION: The Educational Advisor will be responsible for recruitment, identification, selection and counseling of participants at one of our AACE TS target middle schools who fulfill the eligibility criteria as set by the U.S. Department of Education for all Talent Search Projects. For more details info about AACE TS & JCYC, visit www.jcycedhub.org/aace-talent-search.htm or www.jcyc.org.

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Free First Sunday at Oakland Museum of California: 7/6/14

First Sundays of the month are free at the Oakland Museum of California.  Pick up a treat for yourself or a loved one in the OMCA Store, or enjoy a lunch or snack in Blue Oak café. Take your pick and join an OMCA Docent for the Architecture Tour at 1 pm, the Gallery of California Art Tour at 2 pm, or the Gallery of California History Tour at 3 pm.

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