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Careers in Education


The improving economy and changes in the K-12 finance system has resulted in an increased number of teaching and leadership positions opening up in our local schools and communities. This is a great time to be finishing your degree or credential!  Your program has prepared you well for your next step-finding a job!

You are encouraged to visit the University Career Development Center website and sign up for CareerLINK this is a great resource for our students and you should visit it often as they may have postings not listed on this page.

Best to you in your new career and Go Teach!

Are you an Employer?  Please contact ced-credentials@csulb.edu and the University Career Development Center's Employer CareerLINK page.

Posted: 6/28/17


The Stephen Benson Program at California State University Long Beach is currently searching for graduate counselors to work part-time counseling college students with learning disabilities within the Disabled Student Services office. Interested parties should apply online at CareerLINK and/or drop by our office located in Brotman Hall 270 to fill out an application.

SBP Counselor Flyer

Posted: 6/28/17


The Stephen Benson Program at California State University Long Beach is currently searching for graduate students in the School Psychology Program to work part-time administering psycho-educational assessments to college students who may be eligible for support services due to a specific learning disorder.
Interested parties should apply online at CareerLINK and/or drop by our office in Disabled Student Services located in Brotman Hall 270 to fill out an application.

SBP Assessment Intern Flyer

Posted: 6/28/17

SPECIAL DAY CLASS TEACHER (Moderate/Severe) - San Ramon Valley USD in Danville, CA

Application: Edjoin

Posted: 5/24/17


Substitute Special Education Trainee Flyer

Application: Please go to LAUSD's Talent Acquisition & Selection Branch website

Posted: 5/9/17


We are currently recruiting for 10 Summer Residential Student Mentor positions for our one-week Summer Transition residential program for first year college students. This program assists incoming freshmen with transitioning to college both academically and socially. This is an excellent opportunity for CSULB students to develop leadership skills, gain practical experience mentoring, meet new people, and give back to their university. Training is provided.
The Summer Residential Student Mentor application and information is attached, with the specific dates of the program. Students must be available all the dates of the program. The priority deadline is Wednesday, May 17, 2017. This position is open to all majors, juniors and up. Graduate students may apply as well. We prefer a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
If you have any questions, you or the student can direct them to Dr. Aimee Arreygue, Associate Director for Educational Partnerships at aimee.arreygue@csulb.edu.

Summer Residential Student Mentors Application

Posted: 5/9/17

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - Ventura County Office of Education

Under the direction of the Principal, assist in providing educational and administrative leadership to the professional staff and students at the Career Education Center including satellite locations; assist in the planning and supervision of work performed by teachers, professionals and others at the school sites. Assist with the administration of education technology initiatives, including online courses.

Full Job Announcement and Application

Posted: 4/24/17


WHO WE ARE: Long Beach BLAST is a nonprofit academic mentoring organization that serves at-risk youth in the Long Beach Unified School District. Through our longstanding partnership with the Center
for Community Engagement (CCE) on campus, BLAST has been matching CSULB students with Long Beach youth in grades K-12 for academic, social, and emotional development for over 17 years. Academic mentoring is a form of service learning, which allows students the opportunity to apply what they learn in class to real world experiences.
GET STARTED: Many of the professors we work with utilize our program as a method for their students to gain experience, as well as learning about today’s youth. No matter if your course is on education,
communication, psychology or criminology, we are more than happy to help you apply our program in a way that is relevant to your class content and theory. Contact Long Beach BLAST for more information on partnering and/or becoming an Academic Mentor, please contact: Liliana@lbblast.org.


Posted: 4/6/17

FOREIGN LANGUAGE and SCIENCE TEACHER - Upward Bound, Long Beach City College

Two positions open with Long Beach City College Upward Bound for our five week summer session. 

  1. Instructor for science
  2. Instructor for foreign language or sign language

Upward Bound is a federally funded program that works with students who are first generation going to college and/or low income.  Students are from six high schools in Long Beach Unified School District, grades 10th to 12th

Person hired will create lesson plans for the 5 weeks. The Program will purchase supplies for the class. Class content is flexible, should be very hands-on and participatory for the students. 

Teaching credential and experience in working with this population is preferred, but not required.

Classes:  two session per day, 1 ½ hour per session.

  • first class is from 1:00 to 2:25 PM
  • second class is from 2:30 to 4:00 PM

Pay includes the 3 hours of teaching per day, plus 1 hour of preparation per teaching day.

Please contact Elizabeth Morales 562-938-5188 or Barbara Lemle 562-938-5178 for more information.

Application and Summer Schedule

Posted: 4/4/17

SEVERAL OPENINGS - Alliance, Los Angeles

Alliance Margaret M Bloomfield High School is seeking teachers who are passionate about education excellence, committed to transforming the lives of children in communities where they are needed most, and want to join a team "where Exceptional is the Rule". As the largest nonprofit charter school network in Los Angeles, Alliance is closing the achievement gap at scale in the second largest city in the country. Alliance teachers don’t have to choose between the benefits of a small community school and a large, cutting-edge organization—teachers enjoy the resources and supports of a large network with the close-knit feel of a small school. Teaching at Alliance is an ideal position for educators who have a deep passion for teaching and seek out professional development opportunities to perfect their craft. Alliance is seeking teachers who want to collaborate, share knowledge, and mentor one another, creating a culture of high expectations and strong results for students. If you have any questions, email Christina Ngo or phone: (323) 537-2060.

Posted: 3/28/17

SEVERAL OPENINGS - Da Vinci RISE High School, Los Angeles

Da Vinci RISE High School, a flexible school program created with the needs of homeless and foster youth in the forefront.  Da Vinci RISE is one of only 10 schools in the nation to win a prestigious $10 million ‘Super School’ grant to reimagine high school in connection with XQ.  To learn more about the school, you can watch the video linked here, or visit our website at www.risehs.org.

We are looking to fill the following positions:

Below are a few more details about how RISE is different that other flexible school programs. Rise High Pillars:

  • Flexible Scheduling: Attendance is based on work completed, not time spent in class.
  • Advisory Communities: weekly 1:1 support with advisors, teachers, and peer advisors
  • Individualized student learning plan
  • Hybrid Learning Experience= Online learning platform + classroom instruction
  • Competency-Based. No Grade levels: Rather than be placed in grade levels by age,  students’ skills are assessed and they focus on the skills in which they need further practice and instruction. Students do not have to repeat an entire class if they do not understand part of the material, but rather, they can focus on the skills/competencies they have not yet mastered.
  • Project-Based: Students apply the skills and knowledge they learn to real-world scenarios by designing projects that bring their learning to life.
  • Weekly Extracurricular Enrichment Opportunities                                                                                
  • Jobs, Internships, & Career-Readiness: Students who are interested will be connected to industry partners for jobs and internships that expose them to a variety of future career options
  • Holistic Wraparound Services that address barriers to education
  • Culturally-Relevant Curriculum & Instruction

Questions, please contact: Kari Croft, M.Ed., Principal-DV RISE High School, (864) 992-6365

Posted: 3/21/17

SEVERAL OPENINGS - Education for Change, East Oakland, CA

Education for Change runs six free, public schools in East Oakland, serving 3,000 TK-8th grade students. We're looking for collaborative, inquiry-minded educators to join our team!

  • Elementary School Teachers
  • Middle School Teachers
  • Assistant Principals

We're expanding our Multi-Tiered System of Supports for the 17/18 school year.

  • Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe Teachers
  • School Psychologists
  • School Social Workers

View jobs and apply online. For more information, contact Rebecca Reynolds, Director of Recruitment, at 510-350-6016 or rreynolds@efcps.net

Posted: 3/21/17

JOB OPENINGS FOR TEACHING OVERSEAS - Qingdao, Shandong Province of China

There are twelve (12) job opportunities for teaching overseas at a reputable K-12 school, Baishan School, this fall. Located in Qingdao, Shandong Province of China, many compare the region to the Bay Area in northern California. Personally, I am familiar with this school and have worked closely with the principal for over a decade. It is a very safe, beautiful campus, and there are more than ten teachers and directors from the United States and other countries working there. These jobs are an excellent chance for your students to teach overseas through a stress-free package: housing is provided in addition to weekday lunches and medical insurance with a low tax for income.

Qingdao Baishan School is the most famous private school with academic excellence in Qingdao, Shandong Province. Qingdao American International School (http://qingdaoamerasia.org) and BMTEI (Montessori Training School) are all under the same Baishan Group. QAIS is an accredited international school with a full English website.    

The deadline to reach out to us and apply is April 30, 2017. Should you have further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me: Irene Cheng, Ph.D., Recruiter on behalf of Qingdao Baishan School

Qingdao Baishan School Job Poster

Posted: 3/7/17

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER-MOD/SEV - Ventura County Office of Education

Under the direction of an Administrator, instruct special education students individually and in small groups in accordance with VCOE polices and procedures; develop and implement IEP goas, assess students, and coordinate programs to increase independence and functioning in society, socially, vocationally and academically.

Apply online at EdJoin

Posted: 2/28/17

NETWORKING - Green Dot Public Schools, Los Angeles

March 9th 4-6:30pm at Animo Inglewood Charter High School, 3425 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, 90305

Come meet the school leaders from our 21 Los Angeles campuses and learn more about what it's like to be a middle or high school teacher at Green Dot.

GDPSCA Networking Event Flyer

Space is limited, please register now!

Posted: 2/28/17

Single Subject World Languages: Spanish - Ojai Unified School District

Nordhoff High School, Ventura County, ADA 700 students has an immediate opening for the 2016-2017 school year as a Foreign Language Teacher (World Languages : Spanish).  Please contact our certificated personnel office: Jodi Heath (805) 640-4300 x 1042

Posted: 2/6/17

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES - Camp 4 Kids-Camp Oakes, Big Bear

We are growing and looking to expand our senior staff! We are looking for educators 18 years or over to join us this summer. Come gain experience teaching/leading children!

Camp4Kids Volunteer Flyer

To apply, visit us at: www.camp4kids.org/senior-staff-application


last updated — Jun 28, 2017