Job Opportunities

Each semester, Teacher Prep offers job placement workshops which guides participants on resume best practices, interviewing techniques, and job search procedures. Workshops are announced on our website as well as in The Daily Princetonian. We also welcome education job listings and invite representatives from independent and public schools to interview on campus (please email Anne Catena, Director of Professional Development Initiatives).

If you are a Teacher Prep alum and need to forward teaching records to a prospective employer, please visit our Records Request page for more information.

Employment Opportunities

Teacher of English

Biotechnology High School, Freehold NJ
MONMOUTH COUNTY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
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Full time, tenure track 10 month position, September 1, 2017 Opening, Biotechnology High School, Freehold NJ. Qualifications: N.J. Teacher of English Certification or Certificate of Eligibility; Dual certification in English and Social Studies preferred. Applications can be downloaded at mcvsd.org. For more information please call 732-431-7942 Ext. 6443.

Various Teaching Positions - Newport News, VA

Newport News Public Schools
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Newport News Public Schools is accepting teacher applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Openings are available in elementary, middle, and high school levels. Educators who teach Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects Teachers_SCare eligible for a financial bonus. The school system also assists first-year teachers in STEM areas with applying for the Virginia Department of Education STEM Teacher Recruitment and Retention Grant. The initial award is $5,000, with continuing awards of $1,000 for the second and third year. Newport News Public Schools supports the professional development of new teachers. Newly hired teachers participate in Start Smart, an extensive orientation involving collaboration with Human Resources and Curriculum & Instruction. New educators can also take advantage of New Teacher Academies taught by Newport News teachers and administrators. These sessions offer professional development specifically designed for the new teacher. For more information and to apply, visit nnpsjobs.com.

Career and Technology (CATE), English & Principles of Engineering Teachers

North Dallas High School
Dallas ISD
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North Dallas High School is looking at staff needs for next year (2017-2018) and there are a few positions for which we are accepting resumes: Career and Technology (CATE), English & Principles of Engineering teachers. Experienced teachers or recent grads welcome as long as they can apply for a Texas teaching certificate. Please email Lguarriello@dallasisd.org with any questions or to submit letters of interest and resumes.

Prep@Collegiate Summer Fellow

Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys
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We are seeking driven, courageous, and confident leaders who are ready to address the urgent challenge of urban education by joining us for the inaugural session of Prep@Collegiate—an academically rigorous and personally enriching summer academy for rising 6th-, 7th-, and 8th- grade boys. Prep@Collegiate will serve the immediate goal of dramatically reducing summer learning loss, and—every bit as important—it will help ensure that our boys have their sights clearly set on the horizon: advancement to (and through) college. This summer’s four-week curriculum will focus on math and English Language Arts, with extensive co-curricular programming on topics like public speaking, the arts, financial literacy, engineering & experimental science, interviewing skills, and athletics. One day each week, we’ll take a field trip to sites like museums, college campuses, and the National Aquarium. A successful Prep@Collegiate Summer Fellow will help shift the paradigm for the boys at Baltimore Collegiate. Fellows will play an integral role—both within and outside of the classroom: you'll serve as an advisor and mentor to a group of boys with whom you'll work throughout the four weeks—beginning with an overnight outdoor team-building adventure—and then assisting in classroom instruction and tutoring and supporting them between classes. Each Fellow will have the opportunity to design & lead co-curricular activities, ranging from teaching theater or public speaking to coaching a sport. Prep@Collegiate Summer Fellows will receive: invaluable experience helping to launch a transformative educational program; housing; and a stipend of $1,350. To apply, submit a résumé, cover letter, and one letter of recommendation to: prep@baltimorecollegiate.org (please have the recommender send the letter directly to that address themselves). If selected by the recruiting committee, we will contact you to arrange a skype or phone interview. Applications received by April 28, 2017 will receive full consideration.

Middle School Teacher - English Language Arts & Mathematics

Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys
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Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys is seeking Middle School Teachers (English Language Arts and Mathematics for grades 6, 7, and 8) for the inaugural session of the Prep@Collegiate Summer Academy, which will run from July 6 – August 4, 2017. Prep@Collegiate is an academically rigorous and personally enriching program for high-achieving boys preparing to enter middle school. Prep@Collegiate will serve the immediate goal of dramatically reducing summer learning loss, and—every bit as important—it will help ensure that our boys have their sights clearly set on the horizon: advancement to (and through) college. This summer’s four-week curriculum will focus on math and ELA, with extensive co-curricular programming on topics like public speaking, the arts, financial literacy, engineering & experimental science, interviewing skills, and athletics. One day of each week will be spent taking field trips to museums, college campuses, and sites like the National Aquarium. We seek individuals who are passionate about and deeply committed to the development of young men. Prep@Collegiate focuses especially on high-achieving boys from low-income households and the most resource-starved neighborhoods and communities in Baltimore. We believe that every student who enters our program will be successful in college and will live well, contributing to the future of Baltimore, the nation and the world. Prep@Collegiate offers highly competitive summer compensation. Minimum Qualifications: At least 2 years prior teaching experience in a public or private school, preferably in an urban setting; Bachelor’s degree (M.A or M.S. in Education, Teaching, or Special Education preferred); and be eligible for or currently possess a valid Maryland teaching certificate (Standard or Advanced Professional Certificate or Professional Eligibility Certificate). To Apply please provide resume, cover letter, and a one-page overview of a proposed curriculum for your subject area (addressing scope & sequence); email these documents to: prep@baltimorecollegiate.org. Candidates who advance in the hiring process will be contacted for additional materials and to schedule classroom observations & interviews.

Physics Teacher (Grades 9-12)

Ridgefield Memorial High School
Ridgefield Public Schools
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Ridgefield Public Schools seeks a dynamic, collaborative professional for the position of Physics Teacher (High School Level - Grades 9-12). The ideal candidate will possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. Must possess a NJ Teacher of Physics Certification (CE, CEAS, Standard). Apply online through our AppliTrack System.

Senior Manager for Curriculum and Teaching

American Museum of Natural History
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The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City is searching for a Senior Manager for Curriculum and Teaching within the Youth Initiatives (YI) department. With a focus on youth from underserved communities, YI offers a variety of educational opportunities with multiple entry points for engagement, and immersion in science programming. While teaching content, skills and an appreciation for the natural world are central to the goals of the programming, YI also seeks to instill habits of lifelong learning such that youth who participate in the programs see themselves as ones who can learn, want to learn and know how to carve their pathways to meet their lifelong learning goals. The ideal candidate is expert in science curriculum design with explicit attention to learner-­center pedagogies, has extensive experience working with either high school or middle school youth, and is experienced in managing and supervising educators. This person is organized, with high attention to detail and has experience working with cloud-­based file-­management systems such as Google Drive. Required Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Education or related field; Undergraduate or graduate degree in a STEM field; 5+ years teaching science; Multiple years of experience in a supervisory role managing full-­‐time educators. AMNH is expecting to have position filled by mid-­August and is interested in meeting applicants immediately. Inquires and resume with cover letter can be directed to Dr. Preeti Gupta, Director of Youth Learning and Research at pgupta@amnh.org.

Bi-lingual (Spanish) Science Elementary Teacher

Princeton Public Schools
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The Princeton Public School district is currently looking for a Bi-lingual (Spanish) Science Elementary Teacher. The individual must be able to instruct the class in both Spanish and English. Position open until filled. To apply please visit our website and complete online application.

Various Teaching Positions

Newark Public School District
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NPS currently has openings for 7 elementary teachers, 22 special education teachers, 6 bilingual teachers, 7 science teachers, 6 ESL teachers, 2 physical educations teachers, 3 English teachers, and we are also accepting principal and vice principal application for the 2017-2018 school year. If you are interested in any of the positions, please submit your resumes and applications at www.teachnewark.com.

ESL Teacher

VIPKid
Online Education Platform
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VIPKid makes a great part-time job and source of supplemental income. It is an online education platform developed to allow Native English Speakers to teach English to students in China through an immersion program. The company provides all curriculum material and has a website which you log into for teaching classes. For a look at the learning platform check out this youtube video: https://youtu.be/mri-pHFRDe0. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in ANY field, experience working with children. Highly preferred: Teaching experience, English as a Second Language experience. Pay: $15-22 per hour plus bonus opportunities. Hours: You make your own schedule! Available hours are 9am-10pm Beijing Time (This translates to 8pm-9am EST from November-March or 9pm-10am EST after the Daylight Savings Time change). Supplies: You must provide your own headset, flash cards, a puppet or stuffed animal, small white board & dry erase markers. Additional props are up to you. Your pay is determined by your teaching experience and your performance on a 10-minute demo lesson. Feel free to contact Kaitlyn Mahan (a Teacher Prep alum) at kait.golden@gmail.com to schedule a time to discuss the demo lesson so that you know exactly what VIPKid will be looking for. When you are ready to apply please use Kaitlyn's link to upload your resume: https://t.vipkid.com.cn/?refereeId=2113582

Multiple teaching and administrative positions

CS&A Educational Recruitment Firm
Private independent K-12 schools worldwide
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Carney, Sandoe, & Associates is an educational recruitment firm that places teachers and administrators in jobs at private independent K-12 schools worldwide. CS & A offers personal and professional job placement services—as well hiring conferences— all services are free for prospective candidates. More information for active job seekers can be found at www.carneysandoe.com.

Associate Director Job Opportunity

Ivy League Camps
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To: Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Alumni. Ivy League Camps is running summer camps in Shanghai for Chinese kids. We are seeking a dynamic team of the smartest and most fun students and alumni to help lead Ivy League Camps in 2017. As Associate Directors, you will shape our camp’s culture—this includes each child's experience in our program, and the community we build together. Our team is high-energy, adventurous, and responsible. Our team is driven, creative, and culturally conscious. Our team values feedback, communicates clearly, and loves to have fun. Join us on an all-expenses-paid trip to Shanghai, AND get paid! FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT http://www.ivyleaguecamps.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ilc2017associatedirectorjd14version.pdf. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to danny@ivyleaguecamps.com. With subject: Associate Director App. Qualified candidates will be interviewed via Skype.

Various Teaching Positions

New York City & New Jersey
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Selected is an online matching and hiring platform for teachers and schools in New York City and New Jersey. Please visit www.getselected.co for more information.

Various teaching, coaching and administrative positions

SOUTHERN TEACHERS AGENCY
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We currently have over 1,100 teaching, coaching, and administrative positions listed with us at nearly 350 independent, PreK-12 schools across the South – from Pennsylvania to Florida to Texas. These private schools are actively hiring teachers for the next academic year. The best part? Partnering with Southern Teachers to find a position is completely free to candidates! Visit our website for more information.