Apprentice Teaching Program Apprenticeship for recent college graduates in a one-year teaching fellowship at St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H.
Aspen Education Group Programs for young people to participate in alternative therapy programs while continuing school work: therapeutic boarding school listings, outdoor wilderness therapy, and residential treatment.
Collegiate School A two-week intensive summer program designed to introduce and mentor first and second year teachers in independent schools.
Education America Network Search teaching jobs databases and directories of education employment opportunities in the U.S. Also, information on state certification, salaries, and professional resume services.
Education Canada Network Educational recruitment resource network offers a database of educational employers across Canada seeking to fill positions in teaching, administration, and support staff areas.
Education World is a resource that includes:
- a search engine for educational Web sites only, a place where educators can find information without searching the entire Internet
- original content, including lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, and articles written by education experts
- site reviews
- daily features and columns
- teacher and principal profiles
- Wire Side Chats with the important names in education
- employment listings
Hampshire Center for Innovative Education The Center for Innovative Education was established to strengthen and advance Hampshire’s model of quality, student-centered education for learners, kindergarten through college. Click the link above for more information about the staff and the center's resources.
Hampshire Educational Collaborative Nonprofit agency educating and supporting students, teachers, and administrators by offering programs in early childhood, after school, special education, adult education, and professional development.
Massachusetts Institute for New Teachers is an intensive teacher preparation program that provides a unique opportunity for the most qualified and motivated recent college graduates and mid-career professionals to make an immediate impact in the classrooms where they are most needed. MINT participants earn their Massachusetts teaching credentials, an initial (stage 2) license, through an intensive summer training institute, followed by an ongoing support and assessment program during their first year as a teacher of record in a public school. MINT participants are united by a desire to make a rapid entry into the classroom where they can use their experience to affect dramatic gains in student achievement. African-American, Latino, and Asian-American candidates are strongly encouraged to apply to address our need to recruit teachers that reflect the population of students we serve in our urban schools.
MATCH Charter Public High School Tuition-free, independent Boston high school preparing inner-city students to succeed in college.
National Art Education Association Promotes art education through professional development initiatives with the goal of providing qualified teachers in the visual arts.
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is an organization of approximately 1,200 schools in the U.S. and abroad. The site's free Career Center has information about schools; a job-matching feature; career assessment tools; state and regional listings; and resume service.
National Center for Alternative Certification Alternatives to traditional state-approved college-based teacher education programs for certifying teachers.
National Employment Minority Network Nemnet is a national resource organization committed to helping students and professionals seeking jobs in education. Nemnet has formed partnerships with over 300 public and private schools and nonprofit organizations who register openings with them yearly. So, if you are looking for a job in education...Register on-line today! (It's free!)
Spotlight on Careers: Social Science Research Includes a helpful list of links displaying job openings in the social sciences worldwide.
Teaching in New York City for information about licensure, certified provisional certificates, preparatory provisional certificates, recruitment events, targeted recruitment programs, information for uncertified teachers, and career training for paraprofessionals as well as job postings.
The New Teachers Project Offers an alternative route to certification programs for teaching in high-needs schools.
The Stanwich School Two-year intern program for liberal arts graduates interested in classroom teaching while earning their master of arts in teaching. Independent school located in Greenwich, CT.
International Employment Opportunities
Many people begin their interest in library science with a summer job, internship, or campus job in a library setting. There are two ways to look for summer jobs and internships in the field. First, if you have a location in mind, you can easily find listings of libraries of all types through the State Library in that state. For example, to find a list of libraries in Maine, use the term "Maine State Library" to find the main page of the state library. At the bottom, you will find a link to "Directory of Libraries." State libraries are the major source of information about libraries in each state.
Keep in mind that libraries are wonderful places to volunteer. Consider volunteering in a local school media library or public library.
Library Job Postings.org
The Internet Library for Librarians Internet resources librarians find useful, including lots of information on librarianship and specializations in the field as well as e-mail and newsgroups for various specialties.
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