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New Brunswick P-TECH
New Brunswick School District
Meegan G. Adames(link sends e-mail)
The New Brunswick P-TECH High School is seeking candidates for the following positions: English Teacher, Biology & Chemistry Teacher, Special Education Teacher. For the English Teacher position, candidates with a master's degree in English or a related field, such as Journalism, are preferred to enable the teacher to teach dual enrollment classes with Middlesex College. New Brunswick P‐TECH, which spans grades 9th through 14th and follows a Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P‐TECH) model, is among 13 public schools in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick School District’s vision is to prepare, empower, and inspire lifelong learners and leaders, encouraging students to become engaged in their own learning, their environment, and the world. The district enrolls about 9,800 students, with P‐TECH having an enrollment of 135 students. Students enter P-TECH in grade 9, begin dual enrollment courses right away, and gradually work their way through the attainment of an industry-recognized associate's degree. Students can graduate with both a high school diploma AND an associate's degree in mechanical, electrical or civil engineering within 4, 5 or 6 years, depending on the student. While all students move through the same sequence of courses, the timing of their progression through the course sequence varies. Students who meet the proficiency benchmarks for taking a college course sooner could move through the program at an accelerated pace and finish in less time, while students who need more time to meet the benchmarks will receive additional instruction to master the necessary prerequisite concepts. New Brunswick P-TECH has no prerequisites or testing for admission and is committed to graduating all students within six years with an industry-recognized associate degree. The curriculum is designed to help all students develop the skills and knowledge they need to graduate high school and earn an associate degree — regardless of their level when entering the program. The P-TECH model is intended to strengthen student's academic and technical skills within STEM fields by providing rigorous coursework that aligns with current industry needs. New Brunswick P-TECH offers students many benefits: A high school diploma; Start earning college credits in your freshman year of high school; An opportunity to earn an associate's degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Civil Engineering from Middlesex College; Internships with potential for future employment with our partners: Jingoli/DCO Energy, CGI, and Europastry; Opportunities for mentoring; A pathway to a bachelor's degree.
Teacher of Computer Science Technology
Bergen County Academies
Bryan Respass (link sends email)
The Bergen County Academies, a public magnet school in Bergen County NJ, is seeking to hire a computer science teacher for the 2023-24 school year. Join a team of CS educators, offering one of the most comprehensive computer science programs in the State. QUALIFICATIONS: Possess a NJDOE CTE instructional certificate – Teacher of Computer Science Technology endorsement or obtain teacher certificate via Alternate Route program; Master’s Degree – preferred; Current teaching experience preferred with extensive knowledge of computer science technology; Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills; Capable of working with highly motivated students; New Jersey residence required within one (1) year of date of hire.