Archive for September, 2010
San Francisco Unified School District is still accepting applications for teaching positions in all subject areas. We recruit year-round for positions that become available due to increased enrollment, changes in funding or leaves of absence. We encourage you to submit your application and continue to check our vacancy list for current openings!
Benefits of teaching with SFUSD:
- Competitive salaries determined by experience, education level, and credentials
- Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental insurance for teachers and their eligible dependents
- Opportunities for Educational Loan Forgiveness
- City and state programs for housing assistance are available:
• Teacher Next Door Program
• Extra Credit Home Purchase Program
- Additional salary stipends for National Board Certified teachers and credentialed teachers in high need schools and subject areas.
- A Current California Teaching Credential or out-of-state equivalent
- Authorization to work with English Language Learners (commonly known as CLAD or BCLAD Certification)
- Legal authorization to work in the U.S. (SFUSD does not sponsor H1B Visas)
- Go to: http://www.tntp.org/msicareers/sanfrancisco/craigslist
- Click “Apply and Search for Open Teaching Positions Now”.
- Create an account, complete and submit an application
- Use the “Jobs” tab to search for current openings and apply for those that interest you. We encourage you to check back frequently as new positions are posted daily.
- Applicants will be contacted based on the needs of the district and current selection criteria.
For more information please visit our website www.sfusd.edu or contact us at email@example.com
We are seeking tutors for our after school youth enrichment program in San Francisco. Our center provides tutoring assistance to students in middle and high school. We are looking for individual with these qualifications. Experience teaching middle school Math and higher levels of Algebra and Geometry.
- Part-time, independent contract
- Typically 10 hours per week
- Majority of hours are evenings.
- Dependable & responsible
- Good interpersonal/rapport building skills with urban youth
- Reliable Transportation
- Analytic/detail oriented
All candidates may fax the resume to 415-552-3917.
Pay: The pay is $100 per hour for all classroom teaching and private tutoring. Teaching and tutoring primarily take place during evenings and weekends. You will also receive a $4,000 signing bonus upon receiving an offer.
Manhattan GMAT hires expert teachers who have proven their mastery of the GMAT and who can engage students of all ability levels in a stimulating and rigorous learning environment. Teachers are hired to instruct full classes and to tutor students one-on-one or in small groups. We provide extensive training and all student and instructor materials, but encourage the development of unique teaching styles.
Manhattan GMAT is the fastest-growing test prep company focused on the GMAT. Our strategy is to hire the absolute best instructors, pay them far more than the competition, and train them to do the finest job possible; meanwhile, we provide our students superior curricular resources. As a result, demand continues to grow rapidly. On a corporate level, we serve premier investment banks, top consulting firms and other leading companies. Our team of extraordinary teachers is diverse and talented. Read their biographies at www.manhattangmat.com/gmat-preparation-gmat-tutor.cfm.
Applicants must meet the following requirements in order to be considered for the position:
- A 99% score on an Official GMAT CAT exam (official score report must be provided).
- Extensive teaching experience & expertise.
- A relatively flexible schedule, particularly during evenings and weekends.
- Teachers must sign a non-compete contract, agreeing not to teach the GMAT for any other companies. (Note: Manhattan GMAT does not hire any individuals who are bound by non-compete agreements with other companies.)
- Instructors must make a minimum 1-year commitment, averaging a minimum of 3 hours of instruction per week.
If you meet the 3 qualifications above, please click on the resume link and fill out the form at http://www.manhattangmat.com/instructor_post.cfm
Your application must include the following in order to be processed:
- Official GMAT score and year of exam
- Cover letter detailing prior teaching experience
If you have included all 3 items above, you will receive an email response to your application after it has been reviewed. If your initial application is successful, the hiring process continues with 3 more rounds: (1) a phone interview, (2) an online audition, and (3) an in-person interview and teaching audition.
Locations in: Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Montreal, West Hollywood, Irvine, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, San Francisco Bay Area, Washington D.C., Seattle, Detroit, St. Louis, Denver, Phoenix, San Diego, London, and Toronto.
The pay is $100 per hour for all classroom teaching and private tutoring up to 4 times the industry standard. We want the best, so we pay the most!
Atlas LSAT believes that the number one factor affecting student performance is teacher quality, so we hire only the best teachers, train them intensely, and arm them with a superior curriculum. Teachers are hired to instruct full classes and to tutor students one-on-one or in small groups. We provide extensive training and all student and instructor materials, but encourage the development of unique teaching styles. Additionally, all teachers participate in developing new curriculum – the ones doing the teaching know what works and what doesn’t. We’re a company run by teachers – it’s at the heart of who we are. Read the biographies of our talented teachers at http://www.atlaslsat.com/lsat-teachers.cfm
Atlas LSAT is an innovative test prep company focused exclusively on the LSAT. Our strategy is to hire the absolute best instructors, pay them far more than the competition, and train them to do the finest job possible. At the end of the day, we know it takes more than just a great teacher for students to master the LSAT and our advanced curriculum addresses the latest LSAT trends and is oriented toward students seeking 170+ scores. As a result, Atlas LSAT is revolutionizing the LSAT prep experience. Atlas LSAT currently has instructors in Austin, Boston, Chicago, LA, Montreal, NY, and Raleigh-Durham. We’re looking to expand to many other cities as we identify incredible instructors.
Applicants MUST meet the following requirements in order to be considered for the position (we are very picky!):
(1) A 99% score on an Official LSAT exam
(2) A minimum of two years teaching experience & expertise
(3) A relatively flexible schedule, particularly during evenings and weekends
(1) Teachers must sign a non-compete contract, agreeing not to teach the LSAT for any other companies. (Note: Atlas LSAT does not hire any individuals who are bound by non-compete agreements with other companies.)
(2) Teachers must make a minimum 1-year commitment, averaging a minimum of 3 hours of instruction per week.
If you meet the 3 qualifications above, please submit your application by going to: http://www.atlaslsat.com/resume_post.cfm
Your application must include the following in order to be processed:
(1) Official LSAT score and year of exam
(2) Cover letter detailing prior teaching experience
If your initial application is successful, the hiring process continues with (1) a phone interview, (2) an online audition, and (3) an in-person interview and teaching audition, before moving on to our training stage.
Making Waves is an education program dedicated to ensuring that children from urban, low-income neighborhoods acquire the skills necessary to gain acceptance to college and graduate with a bachelor’s degree. Every year, a cohort or wave of 20-30 fifth-grade students from San Francisco public elementary schools enters the program. Each wave of students stays with the program until they graduate from college. Along the way, they are supported by academic tutoring, SAT-preparation classes, financial aid for tuition costs, and a community of parents, teachers, staff, and fellow students.
The Empowerment Programs provide supplemental tutoring & teaching for high school students who traditionally struggle in core academic courses. Empowerment Teachers are responsible for supporting students in their homework and additionally conduct small skill building classes to assigned students (1 to 4 per class) that meet weekly. For each session, Empowerment Teachers develop specialized, dynamic lessons that empower their students to critically engage academic concepts, gain the skills and confidence necessary for classroom success, and complete homework assignments. These specific openings are for our Math & Science Empowerment Program (MSEP).
You may want to learn more about Making Waves by going to our website: http://www.making-waves.org.
This is a part-time position with no benefits. Pay rate is $14.50/ hour; part-time
Candidates need to be able to work weekday afternoons from 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at least three days each week, or on Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Additionally, mandatory Empowerment Teacher meetings/trainings are held on a bi-weekly basis.
How Do You Apply?
Interested candidates should submit a resume AND a letter of intent which addresses the following questions:
1. Why am I interested in this position?
2. How does this position fit in with my long-term goals?
3. How do issues present in an urban community affect students, families and schools?
4. Describe any relevant experience you have had teaching students who have had past difficulties in the subject.
Please submit these materials via fax or e-mail to A. Mughannam:
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax number: (415) 567-8314
IF RESPONDING BY EMAIL, DO NOT SEND ATTACHMENTS. INCLUDE COVER LETTER AND RESUME IN THE BODY OF YOUR MESSAGE.
No phone calls, please.
Join Our Student Advisory Committee…
CSME and the ESTEM Lab are looking for undergraduate and graduate female students who are interested in working with a multidisciplinary research team exploring educational inequalities for women in math, science, and engineering. Join us for more information and an open discussion. Participation will occur during the Fall 2010 semester. For more information please contact Jay Ledbetter 951.204.5818
Friday September 24th 4:00 – 6:00 PM
CSME ANNEX – Classroom #3 (Trailer P behind Hensill Hall)
Food and drink will be provided for registered attendees.
RSVP online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/ESTEM
We hope to see you there!
Every year math students and faculty from northern California and southern Oregon gather at Whiskeytown Lake for the annual State of Jefferson Math Conference and Campout. There is always a large group of students from Sonoma State and some from Chico and Humboldt. Several students have approached me about organizing a group from SF State, so that’s what I’m doing. We would travel to the meeting (about 4.5 hours from SF) on Friday evening, October 1, and return Sunday morning, October 3.
If you think you might be interested in going, please send David Meredith
Professor of Mathematics an e-mail at . I’ll get you more information. We’re organizing car pools, group cooking and loans of sleeping bags and tents.
You can learn more about the meeting and scheduled activities by going to its website: http://www.humboldt.edu/sojmc/
*Need new ideas for your math and science programs?
* Are you interested in finding out what resources are available to you?
*Trying to enrich your curriculum on a limited budget?
*Wondering about local field trip opportunities?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then here is your chance to connect with local resources and get a jump on your planning for the school year! No charge and no pre-registration required!
Bring your calendars to this event. Many of the organizations will allow you to reserve your dates for programs for the current school year.
When: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 from 3:30-5:30PM
Where: Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Avenue, Walnut Creek
Payments will not be collected and mrchandise will not be sold. It is solely an event to introduce educators to the wealth of math and science resources available to them.
No charge and no pre-registration required!
Featuring many new organizations and programs for Middle School and High School age students, as well as K-5th graders!
For more information:
Call or e-mail Connie Loosli, 925-627-2922, or Cloosli@wildlife-museum.org or visit http://c3asme.blogspot.com/
PROGRAM: AACE UPWARD BOUND
LOCATION: 2012 PINE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
SALARY: $12 – $15/HOUR DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE
OVERVIEW: Math and/or Science tutors for high school students are needed for the federal TRIO Upward Bound Program at the Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC)/AACE for the 2010-2011 School Year. Under the supervision and guidance of the Upward Bound Educational Advisors, Academic tutors will be responsible for providing Upward Bound high school participants with support & assistance in the following academic subjects: Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), Mathematics (Algebra to Calculus, Statistics). Tutoring is offered after-school from 3:30pm to 7:00pm, Monday-Thursday at the AACE Upward Bound office located at 2012 Pine Street.
JOB QUALIFICATION: Applicants should be currently pursuing a bachelor’s or graduate degree in related fields of study. Students who are currently at least half-time or full time status and are eligible or receiving financial aid are strongly preferred. Experience tutoring high school youth in a similar pre-college program setting is an asset. Starts October 2010 until the end of the school year, May 2011.
HOW TO APPLY: Applicants MUST submit the following to be considered: 1) cover letter; 2) resume of qualifications and experience; 3) schedule of availability, and 4). names, phone numbers and e-mails of 3 professional references.
Application by e-mail is highly encouraged to email@example.com Application by mail send to: Katherine Aquino – AACE Upward Bound/JCYC, 2012 Pine Street, 2nd flr. SF CA 94115 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federally funded US Department of Education program. The basic objectives of the program are to promote equal access to education and educational excellence through partnerships withcolleges and universities, organizations, and the community. Our goal centers on the needto create both systemic and sustainable school improvements that leads to increases incollege preparedness and participation rates for low-income and under-represented students and to educate their parents and guardians about the college process.
SFSU GEAR UP is seeking tutors who will utilize innovative and creative methods to help
students with their course work assignments and increase their skill level in a particular
subject. The tutors will be responsible for providing high school students with support and
assistance in-class in the following academic subjects:
Preferred second language skills: Chinese and Spanish
Submit resume, transcripts, description of applicable paid and
volunteer experiences, and completed application on back of flyer
Rita Yee, Coordinator, SFSU GEAR UP
College of Education, Cahill Laboratory, BH 319