KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory will open in August 2013 and will serve the students of KIPP Bayview Academy, KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy, and other San Francisco students who are committed to doing whatever it takes to get to college. In its first year, KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory will offer ninth grade, and each year it will add a grade until 2017 when it will serve grades 9-12.
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SAT English, SAT Math
Job Description and Responsibilities:
Provide enthusiastic, high-end service to students and parents
Tailor instruction to the needs of the individual learner
Positively reinforce student self-confidence and self-esteem
Be organized and well-prepared for every lesson
4-year undergraduate degree (BA, BS) or higher related to tutoring subject
One or more years of direct teaching/tutoring experience strongly preferred
Must have reliable transportation
Able to commit to at least 4 hours a week throughout the school year
Available weekday afternoons and evenings (weekends a plus)
Pay: ranges from $26+/hr to $33+/hr more for small groups. There are bonuses for Tutors who receive outstanding feedback.
How to apply:
Email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Title your email: “SF______ (choose subject) tutor – your name”
Specify your current address, phone number and email address
Specify hours and times in a week between the hours of 12pm-8pm PST (Sunday-Saturday) that you are available for this position
Identify the center(s)/city/area at which you are willing to work.
o Compensation: ranges from $26+/hr to $33+/hr more for small groups
o This is a part-time job.
Gateway High School, a California Distinguished School, is committed to helping each student—regardless of learning style or previous academic achievement—gain the skills, habits and knowledge necessary for success in college and beyond.
Various scholars for Undergraduate and Graduate students. Scholarships range from $1000-$3500. APPLY NOW!
- Classes of the 1960s Endowed Scholarship Fund
- Dr. Leslie and Phyllis Wong Scholarship Endowment
- Dr. Samuel and Betty Elkind Alumni Scholarship
- Arthur Bazell Special Child-CareScholarship
- Graduate Scholarship
- Senior Scholarship
- Elmira Sanderson Freshman Scholarship
- Dilena Takeyama Center Scholarship
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- Summer Interns work in the camp office, assist in the classroom, and participate in all-camp games, skits and activities. They also have the opportunity to develop as a professional while having a crazy amount of fun with great campers and new friends.
- Team Leaders guide groups of kids through each unforgettable camp day as they imagine, gain confidence, and have a ton of fun! Assistant Instructors support Lead Instructors in delivering major-specific curriculum and managing classroom dynamics in a fun, energetic way. Both of these positions are incredible leadership opportunities: build team spirit, provide campers supportive guidance, and create a safe place for kids to learn and be themselves.
- Lead Instructors are pivotal to the summer experience of Galileo campers, providing instruction and inspiration, fostering the type of learning environment which allows kids to explore and develop vision, courage, collaboration, determination, and reflection. We provide an outstanding curriculum and all materials, giving you the freedom to tailor your classroom’s look and feel, and to focus on bringing learning to life! And with a wide variety of classes, including Video Game Design, Mobile App Design, Web Design, Circuits & Electronics, Music & Technology, Computer Programming, and more, you’re sure to find a class that fits perfectly with your interest and expertise.
Do you know someone great who wants to help create “the best summers ever?”
Camp Doodles is looking for enthusiastic and caring young adults that we can shape into tomorrow’s young professionals. Applications are now being accepted for summer 2014!
Camp Counselors: Our camp counselors are young adults, usually college students, that are enthusiastic, caring, professional and up for the challenge of creating experiences that campers will remember as “the best summers ever!”
Leadership Team: Our leadership team members are usually young professionals, later on in college or recent college graduates, who are up for the challenge of supporting our camp counselors.
Volunteers: Our volunteers are mentored in our Counselor-in-Leadership Training / Junior Counselor program for youth entering grades 7th – 10th in the fall of 2014.
Our team is what makes the “doodles difference!” We are known for hiring, training and mentoring top-quality team members who give 110% each day to our kids. If you know anyone who fits the bill, tell them to apply today!
Currently Accepting Applications
Fifth/Sixth Grade Co-Teaching Position
Are you a creative, innovative and caring educator who is seeking a position that is not bound by the expectations of traditional education?
Helios New School is an innovative, independent school community for gifted children in grades K-6 on the San Francisco Peninsula. We are growing to K-8, with plans to graduate our first class in 2017. We are seeking flexible, high-caliber educators who have:
• Math and science background
• Teaching experience and knowledge for promoting literacy across the disciplines
• A practice of life-long learning and continual professional development
• A desire to work collaboratively with colleagues
• A commitment to meet the needs of gifted children in an authentic and developmentally appropriate learning environment
• Flexibility and commitment to fostering a nurturing, creative and experiential environment that reinforces academic skills
• Ability to motivate and challenge students while maintaining a focused, orderly environment
• Ability to use an interactive, hands-on, project-based approach while promoting self-discovery and critical thinking
• Ability to use formative assessments to guide instruction and expectations
• Ability and interest to design and implement theme-based curriculum that engages young adolescents
• A positive, passionate attitude with demonstrated professionalism, responsibility, and work ethic
• At least 2 years teaching experience in grades 3-7. (4-8)
• A BA/BS in education in math/science field.
• A strong understanding of gifted learners or willingness to learn.
• Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills with children and adults.
• Credentials and Visa to teach in California, USA.
Compensation: Benefits and competitive salary commensurate with education and experience.
Please submit a resume with a short cover letter expressing why you are seeking this position. Please include a brief description of your educational philosophy.
Note: Only those who meet the requirements need apply.
PAID Part-Time and Full-Time Opportunity: Apply to be a mentor with CollegeSpring!
CollegeSpring works with low-income high school students in the Bay Area and Los Angeles by providing SAT prep and college counseling services. We are searching for dynamic college students who will join our team as Mentors for the 2014 Summer program. As a member of CollegeSpring’s staff, you will develop teaching and leadership skills, meet talented undergraduates, and make higher education a reality for high school students with low-income backgrounds. If you want to make a direct impact in the lives of high school students, you might be the person we’re looking for!
· Lead small groups of students in SAT Writing, Critical Reading and Math tutoring
· Guide students through the college admissions process
· Collect and use student data to better improve students’ SAT Reasoning scores
· Collaborate with other undergraduate mentors and the professional teachers on site
· Act as a role model for CollegeSpring high school students
· Must be available for the entire summer program and one week of training (late June-August)
· Provide content, pedagogical, and relationship-building support for mentors
· Report directly to Program Coordinators on the progress of mentors and students.
· Mange mentors to ensure completion of all responsibilities
· Participate in leadership-development sessions throughout the summer
· Development: fundraising, grant writing, research
· Human Resources: recruitment of new full-time staff members
· Information Technology: development and management of web systems and databases
· Media: photography, video, and other media
· Programs: support for our program sites, research
· Public Relations: publicity materials, media outreach, research
· Research: mange and evaluate program data, explore other organizations
· Strategy: expansion planning
· Support CollegeSpring’s administrative staff in various functions, which may include:
· Ensuring that CollegeSpring’s databases are accurate and up-to-date.
· Creating contact lists of potential funders or community partners.
· Updating website and social media outlets.
· Lead Mentors: $12.50/hour ($3,000 for the summer)
· Mentors: $10/hour ($2,400 for the summer); $10.75/hour in the city of San Francisco
· Interns: variable (commensurate with time commitment and responsibilities)
· Mentors, Lead Mentors and Interns will commit 20-40 hours per week for 6-10 weeks during the summer.
The One Stop Education Stop is looking for passionate mentor of Math, specifically Algebra, in a special after school math lab. Students will come with questions and you will come with answers, encouragement and support for them. The program occurs every Monday and Wednesday from 2:30 – 4 pm at a distinguished high school in Oacifica close to highway 280. Pay is dependent on experience but starting is $20/hour
All questions and resumes can be sent to email@example.com
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Possession of a valid Science credential issued by the State of California office of Teacher Credentialing with CLAD.
To be considered for hire, candidates must meet the minimum requirements including a successful interview and a successful reference check.