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Annual Internship Essay Competition Application Deadline: 5:00pm Thursday, March 24, 20011.  

Scholarship Details: The Career Development Center invites you to participate in the Annual Internship Essay Contest.  A $300 scholarship will be awarded to one student from each of the seven colleges (Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health & Human Services, Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences and Mathematics) at CSULB and an overall winner will be given an additional $200 scholarship.  All finalists will be recognized and receive certificates at the College to Career: Intern Scholarship Networking Reception on April 16, 2009 at the Karl Anatol Center.   Qualifications: The competition is open to currently enrolled students who have participated in an internship practicum, fieldwork, or student teaching assignment during 2010 (Spring, Summer, or Fall).  The work experience must be a minimum of 120 hours. Previous winners are not eligible.   Directions: Submit a typed, double spaced essay of no more that 750 words about, how your internship experience has influenced your career choice.  Included the required cover page available at the Career Development Center; do not have your name on any pages beyond the cover page.  Some of the areas the essays will be judged on are writing to topic, narrative, originality, organization and mechanics, and passion.    DEADLINE 5:00 PM, Thursday, March 24, 2011. Submit your essay to the Career Development Center, BH-250. For more Information contact: Internship Program Office interns@csulb.edu 562.985.8463

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College of Education scholarship opportunity for Single Subject Credential Students.

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APLE Repayment

To: Students Planning to Teach

APLE Repayment of $11,000 to $19,000 of Student Loans

Dear Student,

The Assumption Program of Loans for Education (APLE) pays back between $11,000 and $19,000 in educational loans for future teachers. It is designed to encourage California undergraduates and credential students to become teachers in teacher shortage areas and high need schools.

If you plan to become a public school teacher in California and have not yet taken advantage of this program, we urge you to do so now. You may qualify for between $11,000 and $19,000 in state pay-back of your student loans. You are eligible if you are a junior or senior who is planning to teach or are enrolled in a teacher credential program. Additional information and the application are available at:

www.csusuccess.org/aple

In order to apply, you should download the one-page application from the web site and then take it to the campus APLE Coordinator, who is listed on the web site. We urge you to submit the application to the campus APLE Coordinator by May to receive an award.

We appreciate your immediate attention to this exceptional opportunity.

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Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarships

Sponsor: Association on American Indian Affairs

The sponsor offers Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 with a preference given, but not limited to, students pursuing a Major in education.

Contact: Lisa Wyzlic, Director of Scholarship Programs

Address:

966 Hungerford Drive, Suite 12-B
Rockville, MD 20850
U.S.A.


E-mail: lw.aaia@verizon.net
Web Site: http://www.indian-affairs.org/
Program URL: http://www.indian-affairs.org/scholarships/emilie_hesemeyer.htm
Telephone:240-314-7155

The deadline for the 2010-2011 scholarship season has passed. Please check the AAIA Scholarships website at the end of February 2011 for information about the 2011-2012 school year.

Eligibility:Scholarships are for full time students from the continental US and Alaska only.

Funding: This scholarship is renewable up to four years toward any single degree pending stisfactory progress. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress. Spring disbursement requires a copy of the fall

Target Group(s): NONE
Funding Limit: $1,500
Duration: 1 YEAR(s)
Indirect Costs: Unspecified
Cost Sharing: No
Sponsor Type: Professional/Academic Assoc & Soc.

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Department Functions

 

Currently none

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Job Opportunities

Math, Science, English, History & Special Ed Teachers (Los Angeles Unified School District)
Position Information


Employer: Los Angeles Unified School District
Division: N/A
Title: Math, Science, English, History & Special Ed Teachers
Description: The Los Angeles Unified School District, serving over 678,000 students from diverse and culturally rich backgrounds, is seeking qualified and dedicated math, science, and special education teachers. *Special Note: The LAUSD is now accepting applications and conducting eligibility interviews for credentialed secondary English and Social Science teachers.*
Requested Document Notes: Submit your resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript via BeachLINK and, if possible (but not required), bring the following documents to the interview:
CBEST (if passed), CSET (if passed) or waiver letter, Letters of Recommendation

Location #1
City: Los Angeles
State/Province: California
Country: United States
Position Type: Full-Time
Job Function: Education/Teaching
Work Authorization: US Citizen, Permanent Resident
Salary Level: $39,788 - $80,074
Requested Documents: Resume, Cover Letter, Unofficial Transcript

Notes: Submit your resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript via BeachLINK and, if possible (but not required), bring the following documents to the interview: CBEST (if passed), CSET (if passed) or waiver letter, Letters of Recommendation

Interview Date(s)Feb 23, 2011
Schedule Type: Open

Sign-Up Start Date
January 19, 2011 12:00 am

Sign-Up End Date
February 21, 2011 11:59 pm

Contact Information: Kendra Peterson, Recruitment Specialist
kpeter2@lausd.net
(213) 241-5300 Ext. 29296
Virginia Yee, Recruitment Specialist
virginia.yee@lausd.net
(213) 241-5300 Ext. 29298

TEACHING OPPORTUNITY IN NEW YORK

Dear Prospective Teachers,
 
My name is Lauren Kraus and I am a Recruitment Manager with the New York City Department of Education’s Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality (TRQ).  In my role, I am tasked with finding the best new teachers available to fill vacancies in our critical shortage areas, including special education and science. The New York City Department of Education takes closing the student achievement gap seriously. Since 2002, graduation rates have increased 29 percent, and over this same time period, Black and Latino fourth and eighth graders in New York City achieved greater gains in both math and English than their White and Asian peers, narrowing the socioeconomic and racial achievement gap.  We fully understand that our excellent teachers are responsible for these accomplishments.  
As part of our commitment to constantly increasing teacher quality, we are interested in working with recent graduates from your college to help them join our team.   
Even though we live in an uncertain economy with unclear hiring projections, we believe that NYC schools will have some need for external candidates in special education and science, and to a lesser degree, secondary academic subjects, foreign languages* and English as a Second Language.  Even with limited opportunities, applying to the New York City public schools right now allows candidates some benefits they won’t receive through other school districts’ application processes.  These benefits include the following:
 
·         New Teacher Finder Support: Candidates who meet our screening criteria become members of our New Teacher Finder, our system where principals search for eligible teacher applicants. As a New Teacher Finder member, applicants are also eligible to attend webinars and chats on a variety of relevant topics for new job seekers.
·         Interviews for TRQ Select:  TRQ Select is a program for our highest potential candidates. TRQ Select members get access to a recruiter and other high-level support in the job search.·         Invitations to Events:  Applicants in the New Teacher Finder may also be invited to our I TEACH NYC Tours or our Principal Panels, depending on demand. I TEACH NYC Tours are recruiter led tours of some of our successful high-need schools; Principal Panels are events where our principals give advice to new teachers on conducting their job search and making their first year of teaching as successful as possible.
 
Our first deadline for applications is February 28, 2011.  Candidates who apply by this date and are accepted into the New Teacher Finder will be eligible to attend exclusive webinars on resume and portfolio development for new educators. Please encourage all new students who you feel have the potential to work in our schools to apply at www.teachnyc.net.  All Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality services, as well as other information on becoming a NYC teacher, including salary and certification, are also detailed on our website.
 
Please register and attend an upcoming online information session. We will be hosting several online information sessions (Webinars) that will inform you of your next steps with regards to finding a teaching position in our NYCDOE public schools. Information sessions are posted on our website on an ongoing basis at www.teachnyc.net – please look under “upcoming events” at the bottom of the home page. Information shared is the same in all information sessions – so simply pick a time and date that best suits your schedule and register and attend. Regardless of the information session you attend it is important to note that I am the point person from this Office for your college should you have any questions. Once you register you will receive an email with login instructions. Registrants should mark their calendar for the event, and save the confirmation email, as they will need it to access the event online.
 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 718-935-4199.
 
Sincerely,
 
Lauren Kraus
Teacher Recruitment Manager (Recruiter)
 
* We have a substantial need for teachers certified to teach Chinese, Japanese, and Latin at the secondary level.
 
Testimonials from some of our hires:
 
·         “The services were excellent. In particular, the information on how to research schools in NYC was very helpful and informative as well as the many online chats and information on the various aspects of the interview process and the different types of schools in NYC.”
·         I would recommend TRQ Select to anyone who is interested in becoming a New York City teacher. My recruiter provided me with information and guidance which helped me to receive a special education position in Brooklyn. She was also able to help me with any questions I had about becoming a NYC teacher. Thanks!”
·         “I don't know how I would have survived the recruitment season without my recruiter and the help of the Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality. I would have had no idea how to navigate any of it and would probably be sitting at home unemployed this year without everyone's help!”
 
Lauren Kraus
Teacher Recruitment Manager
Office of Teacher Recruitment &  Quality
65 Court Street Room 312
Brooklyn, NY  11201
Email: LKraus@schools.nyc.gov
Phone: (718) 935-4199
Fax: (718) 935-5715
www.Teachnyc.net

 

Teach For America Upcoming Deadline: October 27, 2010

Teach For America's Next Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Watch this short video to learn more about our impact: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoJSD0FmxKA
Register online today to get started on your application: http://www.teachforamerica.org/online/info/index.jsp

Educational inequity limits the life prospects of millions of children. Teach For being part of the solution.

Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals-of all majors, backgrounds, and career interests-who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural low-income communities and become lifelong leaders in expanding educational opportunity. After their two years in the classroom, Teach For America alumni move into every sector to continue expanding opportunity in the long term.

Right now, 8,200 corps members have begun teaching in 39 regions across the country while over 20,000 Teach For America alumni continue working from inside and outside the field of education for the fundamental changes necessary to ensure educational excellence and equity.

All majors and professional experiences. Full salary ($30,000-$50,000 depending on region) and health insurance. Federal student loans deferred.

For more information, contact Recruitment Director Tiffany Roufs at tiffany.roufs@teachforamerica.org

 
Attention Students Needing Fieldwork Hours
 
The Neighborhood in downtown Long Beach is seeking tutors for their after-school program, which meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays. This would be an excellent opportunity to get experience working with ELL students. If you are interested, please contact:
 
Latrice Lee, Administrator
The Neighborhood / La Vecindad
507 Pacific Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802
phone:  562-437-1289
fax:  562-437-171
admin@umcneighborhood.org

www.umcneighborhood.org

 

Paid Mentor Position
My name is Kya Kyle and I work for Los Angeles Team Mentoring (LATM), a non-profit organization that provides guidance and support to middle school students growing up in challenging urban environments; helping them to recognize their full potential as members of our community.  Through a school-based team approach to mentoring, young adolescents are given the tools and support necessary to make positive choices during a critical period in their lives.
Currently, Los Angeles Team Mentoring is recruiting college students to volunteer for its TeamWorks mentoring program which is scheduled to begin in October.  TeamWorks is an innovative after-school mentoring program that brings together teachers, college students, and community/business volunteers to form mentoring 'teams' with 12-15 middle school students.

An LATM College Mentor will:
            -Receive a $300 stipend
            -Make a difference in a child's life
            -Build your resume with community service
            -Gain job development
            -Potential extra class credit
            -Develop leadership skills
            -Meet new people
            -Gain experience working with youth
            -Have FUN during school!!!

To learn more about our program  visit www.latm.org.  And, you can always contact me at kkyle@latm.org or 213.804.7677.

Part-Time High School Teacher

I am currently teaching at Animo Leadership Charter High School, part of the Green Dot school system. I am contacting you to request your help in promoting a part-time teaching opportunity for English and English Education students and recent graduates.

Since I recently had a baby, I'm looking to share my position with another teacher. The available position is for 3 sections of English 12, is for 3 days per week, pays approximately $32,000, and starts ASAP.

I would appreciate it immensely if you could please help by advertising this position to your students and passing on this email to other instructors.

Those interested in the position can contact me via email (agreen@animo.org) or cell phone (510-703-3414), or they can contact Julio Murcia, the school's principal, at jmurcia@animo.org or 310-930-6603.

Sincerely,
Alicia Pike-Green
English 12, AP Literature, and Socratic Seminar
Animo Leadership C.H.S.

Teach English in Saudi Arabia:

I am the program director overseeing a fifth-year intensive English program at five college campuses in Saudi Arabia. We still have openings for English teachers and are offering a competitive tax-free salary, housing, medical/dental and travel. I would be very interested in speaking to recent English graduates or those in the credential program who have not found work for the fall.

Students can contact me at:

rcrutchfield@americanhighered.com

Thanks,
Bob Crutchfield

Long Beach Poly High School Tutors Needed:

My name is LIbby Huff and I am a teacher at Long Beach Poly High School.  I am recruiting college tutors for next year to help out in our AVID classes.  I am open to anyone that has tutoring experience, but would prefer English, Math, Science or Education majors.  The job is part time 8-10 hours a week.  Pay is $14/hour.
poly hs tutors***
Libby Huff
Business & AVID teacher
Polytechnic High School
Long Beach
562-355-0126

EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE (ETS) _______________________________________________________________

California High School Exit Exam Educational Testing Service (ETS) is currently seeking qualified individuals to score

the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) assessments online from a home or secured office computer. 

Rater eligibility requirements

  • Must hold Bachelors Degree or higher
  • Be able to submit documentation verifying any or all of the requirements
  • Open to concepts and principles of holistic scoring

Work Schedule and Compensation

  • Readers:  $10.00/hour after certification
  • California Credentialed Teachers and National Board for Professional Teaching Standards:  $14.50/hour after certification
  • Must be able to work in pre-scheduled 4-hour blocks up to 40 hours per week, between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Pacific Time (California). 

Upcoming Scoring Sessions:

April 6 thru 17,2010

May 29 thru June 5, 2010

July 2010 TBD

September 2010 TBD

If interested, please apply online at:  www.ets.org;

Select “Scoring Opportunities” located on the left hand side of the web page under the “On Our Site” locator;

then select, “Online Scoring Opportunities” to view the details for CAHSEE. 

For more information, e-mail CAHSEEScorer@ets.org

ETS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Teaching in Singapore ____________________________________________________________

Be Different.
Teach in Singapore.

Where you don't just open minds, but open up possibilities.
You will have the overseas opportunity to:

  • Teach and impart knowledge
  • Nurture the spirit of innovation and the passion for learning
  • Be a good role model

You will need to:

  • possess a relevant degree in English, English Literature, Geography, History, Music or Art

You can look forward to:

  • an attractive remuneration package (including medical and dental benefits; and bonus upon successful completion of contract), depending on qualifications and verifiable working experience
  • relocation assistance
  • return air passage upon successful completion of contract.
  • Details are available at www.moe.gov.sg/teach.

    If you wish to be considered for interviews between late Feb and Apr 2010, please email your curriculum vitae  to
  • MOE_FRU@moe.gov.sg by 16 Feb 2010 (Tue).  Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

 

Teaching English in Japan__________________________________________________________

The City of Yokkaichi, Japan, a Sister City of Long Beach, will employ a number of English Fellows beginning in

August 2010.  They will work as English Teaching Assistants in Yokkaichi middle and elementary schools. 

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in any subject by May 2010.

An INFO session about this program will take place in the Career Development Center, BH 250, on

Feb. 3 from 3-5 pm. The application deadline is Wednesday, March 10, 2010.

For questions: Please contact the Career Development Center.

 

Summer Teaching Opportunity: The Institute of Reading Development ___________________________

The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2010 teaching positions.

We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline.

We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.

Summer teaching positions with the Institute offer the opportunity to:

  • Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $525 and $700 per week while teaching.
  • Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
  • Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.

The Institute is an educational service provider that teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education

departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States.

Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.

We hire people who:

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
  • Have a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline
  • Are responsible and hard working
  • Have good communication and organizational skills
  • Will be patient and supportive with students
  • Have regular access to a reliable car

We welcome you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute at our website:

http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com

If this link does not work, please copy and paste it into your browser.

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Jayland Learning Teaching Opportunity_______________________________________________

China and Jayland Learning   Jayland Learning is a supplemental education school that offers English language through CULTURE. We have opened our 2nd school for less than 2 months and registered around 300 students. One of our founders has been recognized nationally as an exceptional and innovative leader in business and interviewed by CCTV (national television station like CBS or NBC) for a nationwide show/documentary about his achievements. We are under construction, moving our first school in downtown Dalian to a new and much bigger location at the end of the month. We have grown our corporate business and are serving fortune 500 companies like Intel and Goodyear with our Culture Trainings and transitional living services. We have become an example in exceptional quality and service to our consumers thanks to our staff and teachers who sincerely believe in our goal to improve the quality of life for Chinese and foreigners living in China.   As we are nearing our summer season and expanding at a rapid speed, we also have followed the news in Southern California of further educational budget cuts, “PINK FRIDAY”http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29691306/from/ET/ , and massive employment difficulties for new and existing teachers http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-sand26-2009mar26,0,693417.storyhttp://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-lopez25-2009mar25,0,4942695.column. Just last week we heard an interview with California Superintendent of Public Instruction O’Connell about the 44 billion in stimulus money. We know this is not ongoing support, but only a onetime payment for special education and other special need programs but can’t save the many teachers that are looking at unemployment. Unfortunately, teaching quality is not the determinate of job security, but union seniority takes precedence leaving an average of 20-40% staff reduction with inevitable further cuts.   We as loyal SOUTHERN CALIFORNIANS want to do our part and help SOCAL teachers stay employed and improve their skill set while our economy at home recovers. We know China is an ever growing presence in America and our school system. Chinese language programs are popping up all over the country and we know the US will be cooperating with China in our immediate and distant future. 

As the world changes--teaching in China is a genuine opportunity for Western Educators. By bringing the 2 cultures together, the exchange of ideas and experience WILL result in significant mutual benefit, improving both our countries understanding of each other.

Our website at www.jaylandlearning.com/admin.asp or www.jaylandlearning.info/admin.asp We are in the process of updating the site, but this should offer some basic information for now. Enter the password: dalian09    to access the site and click on the power point presentation.   Also feel free to send us an e-mail at preston@jaylandlearning.com if you have any questions!  

Preston Kuo International Coordinator
Jayland Learning Services – Dalian, Kaifaqu – China
Tel China: (86) 411.8753.6909      
Fax: (86) 411.8360.8982 Tel USA: (1) 949.209.9932
E-mail: preston@jaylandlearning.com             

www.jaylandlearning.com   

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Teaching Opportunity in LA

Want to Change the World? TEACH L.A.!

Recruiters will be on Campus in the Career Development Center:

Thursday, May 8

8:30-4:30 p.m.

 

To schedule an interview please contact:

denise.Robert@lausd.net or luz.ortega@lausd.net
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Organization: The Academic Advantage
Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Positions: Tutors in Spanish and French in Orange County/Long Beach area
Rate: $18-$25/hour
Minimum qualifications: In process of obtaining Bachelor’s degree; G.P.A. may be discussed, preferably 2.9 or higher
You may also visit our website at www.academicadvantage.com

Contact person: Jaspreet Samra/Angela
Contact number: (310)473-0404 x127
tutorpositions@academicadvantage.com

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Academic Coach

Make a difference in your community by tutoring in the your area. We offer competitive pay, paid job training and the opportunity to enrich a child's life.

Hours: 4 Days a week during the mid-afternoon, appx. 3hrs. per day

Pay: Daily stipend of $36 - $55, Dependent on experience and location.

 

Desired Qualifications:

Experience in education or tutoring children

Excellent communication, people and problem - solving skills

Ability to tutor in math/language arts

Familiarity with computers

Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply

Must have College Degree/ Junior Standing in college (60 units)

 

Company Information

Founded in 2002, Extreme Learning, Inc. (www.extremelearn.com) is a fast-growing educational services provider for K-12 students, currently serving the California market with plans to expand nationally. Extreme Learning provides targeted academic intervention services to school districts. In the 2005-06 school year, Extreme Learning served 72 schools in 25 districts in Northern California. Extreme Learning plans to expand across the entire state of California in the 2006-07 school year, and nationally in subsequent years. The California State Board of Education recently re-approved Extreme Learning as a Supplemental Services Provider under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. Extreme Learning utilizes technology to ignite students’ passion for learning while providing academic support and enrichment. Our corporate office is located in Morgan Hill, California, with a new office now open in Lake Forest, CA.

The Position

Under the direction of the Area Manager, the Academic Coach is responsible for creating and maintaining a positive and engaging learning environment via daily 2 hour sessions after-school with elementary, middle or high school students, and communicating professionally with the Area Manager, parents, and school staff. The Academic Coach provides weekly reports on individual students’ attendance, behavior, and academic progress as well as actively participates in weekly training sessions with the Area Manager.

Examples of Duties

During program:

  • Actively coach students through completing daily homework assignments
  • Actively monitor students progress through assigned computer-based curriculum
  • Mentor students through developing organizational skills
  • Apply principles of direct instruction to assist students in preparing for standardized tests
  • Lead students through technology focused enrichment lessons
  • Electronically record attendance
  • Enforce program rules and structure, direct address behavior issues as they arise

Before and/or after program:

  • Prepare the computers for use, checking functionality and signal strength
  • Prepare binders, workbooks and classroom materials for use
  • Ensure classroom is left clean and all materials and snacks are put away
  • Supervise arrival and dismissal of pre-assigned group Participate in weekly work session with other coaches and Area Manager
  • Complete weekly reports to parents and teachers
  • Prepare and distribute initial, mid and final Individual Learning Plans (ILP’s)
  • Communicate informally with teachers regarding student progress
  • Communicate with Area Manager via e-mail daily after program
  • Participate in ongoing trainings

Qualifications

Knowledge of:

  • 1-1 and small group tutoring techniques
  • Successful techniques for classroom management English/Language Arts and Math concepts ranging from Kindergarten to 12th grade content

Abilities:

  • Utilize technology and a variety of software programs (Windows operating system, Outlook, Excel, learning curricula)
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Work independently with minimal direction
  • Exercise confidentiality and professionalism Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others
  • Explain and teach English/LA and Math concepts ranging from Kindergarten to 12th grade content

Other: Minimum Junior standing (60 units) at an accredited college and/or university is required

  • Ability to pass a background check and TB test is required
  • Spanish speaking highly desired

Compensation

Academic coaches are paid a daily stipend which ranging from $36.00 - $55.00 for an approximate three hour program. Compensation varies depending on the level of education and assigned work location.

Academic coaches receive paid training and a 10% bonus upon successfully completing the program year.

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume in the body of an e-mail to info@extremelearn.com.
Please note Academic Coaches must be available in the afternoons. Please state the counties that you would like to be considered for.

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Conservation Corps of Long Beach

Conservation Corps of Long Beach is...Now Hiring for our WRAP After-School Program (Winners Reaching Amazing Potential)

We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic people to be Program Leaders in an after-school enrichment program for 1st-8th graders. Help students succeed through homework help and engaging enrichment & recreational activities.

Do you have a specialized skill (i.e. Black Belt Karate, Oil Painting or Model Building)??? Join our motivating after-school program today!!!!!!!!!!!!

Qualifications:

  • A Passion for working with deserving youth
  • Demonstrated leader through past volunteer or work experience
  • U.S. Citizen (must have a Valid License/ID and SS Card)
  • 18 years of age or older
  • High School Graduate
  • Pass a background check and Fingerprint Clearance
  • Pass the WRAP Basic Skills Test with a Score of 70% or higher
  • Able to work Mon—Fri, 2pm-6pm. This is a year-round position
  • We are Filling Positions Now!!!
    Starting Salary is $9.00-$12.00 with potential to grow within the
    Conservation Corps of Long Beach

All Program Leaders must pass an 8th grade level math, spelling and English test by 70% in order to be interviewed for this position.

Please call to schedule your test today!
562-216-1790 x226
YOU'LL NEED TO BRING YOUR RESUME WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR TEST

(additional hours available on weekends through other CCLB programs & class B license a plus)

last updated — Feb 2, 2011