|Organization Name (Sorted Descending)
||Representatives (Sorted Descending)
|Aspire Public School
||Aspire Public Schools is a nonprofit organization that currently operates 34 public charter schools serving approximately 12,000 students in underserved communities across California. As one of the highest-performing public school systems in California, we deliver a rigorous “College for Certain” education to students in grades K-12. Aspire offers a high-quality education in six cities throughout California: Los Angeles, Oakland, Stockton, Sacramento, Modesto and East Palo Alto.
|City of Sacramento START
||Sacramento START currently serves approximately 4,500 children enrolled in the programs that span five school districts (Elk Grove, Natomas, Robla, Sacramento City and Twin Rivers) and 46 elementary school sites. The program currently offers an exciting array of academic, enrichment, and recreation opportunities for participants. These experiences offer the children glimpses of inspiring possibilities that spark their imagination, build a foundation for new endeavors, and develop future leaders.
|Elk Grove Unified School District
||Elk Grove Unified School District covers 320 square miles, has 63 schools (including Adult Education) with an enrollment of over 61,000 students.
||Envision Schools transforms the lives of students – especially those who will be first in their family to attend college – by preparing them for success in college, in careers and in life.
Vibrant learning communities apply compassion and high expectations to inspire and empower students. Envision further distinguishes its campuses with:
Economic, ethnic, and racial diversity,
Rigorous academic discipline, and
Excellence at every level.
Young people quickly become high-performing, engaged, and eager learners by engaging with a rigorous and creative project-based learning curriculum that is relevant to their lives. Each year our graduates are accepted to colleges across the country, and once they enroll, they persist toward their degrees at high rates.
|Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
||Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is located off Interstate 80 in Northern California. Lying near the halfway point between San Francisco and Sacramento, the cities of Fairfield and Suisun enjoy a balance of the rural Central Valley and the bustling Bay Area, that is distinctly their own. Unified in 1968, F-SUSD has an enrollment of 21,500 K-12 students.
The District office is located at 2490 Hilborn Road, in Fairfield. The central switchboard can be reached at (707) 399-5000.
|Fortune School of Education
||Established in 1989, Rex and Margaret Fortune School of Education is a comprehensive educator preparation institution. It works with a consortum of California school districts and helps develop their teacher hirhing pool with qualified candidates. Once hired, these candidates become full-time teacher interns, receiving salary and benefits as they take courses to earn their credential or master's degree.
To prepare teachers for service in public schools with competence and sensitivity that will enable them to develop students to their fullest potential.
|Franklin-McKinley School District
||The Franklin-McKinley School District serves over 10,400 students in grades ranging from Pre-school to eighth grade. The District is located in the internationally recognized Silicon Valley and offers teachers opportunities to work with children of a rich, multicultural background, including children from Central and South America, Asia, and other parts of the World.
|Fremont Union High School District
||Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, the Fremont Union High School District currently serves over 10,000 students in a 42 square mile area covering all of the City of Cupertino, most of Sunnyvale and portions of San Jose, Los Altos, Saratoga, and Santa Clara in Santa Clara County.
|Gateway Community Charters
||Non-profit Charter School Organization
|Huntington Learning Center
||Huntington Learning Center is the oldest and most respected provider of supplemental education services in the world. For over 30 years we have been helping students of all ages get the "best education pissible".
|Liberty Union High School District
||Secondary High School District
|Los Angeles Unified School District
||Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the second largest district in the nation serving more than 730,000 students. Our diverse and culturally rich student population is increasing, and so is our need for qualified, dedicated teachers and school support staff. The District offers exceptional opportunities for teachers. We believe teachers are shapers of the future, and we are committed to educational reform and innovative instructional programs that are aligned to state standards. The LAUSD provides a supportive and dynamic environment for making a difference in young lives and enriching the student-teacher experience.
|Mt. Diablo Unified School District
||Nestled at the base of Mt. Diablo in the scenic, suburban, Bay Area, 27 miles east of San Francisco, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District is one of the largest school districts in the State of California, with 55 school sites and programs, serving the educational needs of over 34,000 K-12 students.
We strive to recruit a workforce reflective of our richly diverse community that will work in educational partnership in order to enable our students to succeed in reaching their full potential.
We offer an excellent Orientation Program and on-going support for new teachers through our BSTA Induction Program, an outstanding Student Achievement/School Support Department, and excellent Career Opportunities for Advancement.
To apply online via Edjoin, visit www.mdusd.org/personnel .
|Palm Springs Unified School District
||The Palm Springs Unified School District offers dedicated teachers an opportunity to be a part of one of California's finest school districts. Should you have the opportunity to join our team, we are confident that you will find the experience to be both gratifying and exciting. The District is located in the beautiful Coachella Valley in southern California and offers an outstanding educational program along with an unparalleled living environment. Student population continues to grow. Currently the District has 24,300 students. Anticipated vacancies include all areas of Elementary and Secondary Education. Special needs include: Special Education, Adaptive P.E. and Speech Therapist.
|Peace Corps (San Francisco Regional Office)
||The Peace Corps, a Federal agency established in 1961, sends volunteers on 2-year assignments to 78 countries throughout the world.
Currently, some 8,000 Americans are serving in programs in agriculture, business, education, environment, resource management, public health, information technology, and community development.
Benefits include: 3 months of training (including language), practical work experience, a $7425 readjustment allowance upon completion of service, a living allowance, housing, transportation to and from the country of service, complete medical coverage, job placement assistance, deferment or cancellation of some student loans, and more.
Many Peace Corps assignments require a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree. Applicants must be a US Citizen and over 18 years old.
|Ravenswood City School District
|| The Ravenswood City School District (RCSD) in San Mateo County is a unique academic environment that draws from the culturally rich communities of East Palo Alto and East Menlo Park.
The district serves some 4,500 students in Kindergarten through eight grades. The ethnic make-up of the population is predominantly Hispanic (70%), African American (20%), and Asian Pacific Islanders (9%).
The District has embarked upon an aggressive and impressive initiative to improve the educational opportunities provided for students and their families. This Journey to Excellence strives to improve the academics, social, and overall health and economic conditions for the entire Ravenswood community.
|Reach Learning Center
||The Reach Learning Center RLC provides tutoring for students from k -college. We tutor mostly in English language arts and mathematics approved by the California Department of Education through the No Child Left Behind Act( in Sacramento City Unified School District, Twin Rivers USD, Fairfield-Suisun USD, Stockton USD and more. Our focus is to give struggling students a chance to catch up and challenge students who are excelling. Every year RLC's pre test and post test overwhelming show that student who attend the Reach Learning Center after four weeks of tutoring meet or exceed their academic grade level requirements. In the 2012-2013 school year we plan to expand tutoring services. Reach Learning Center is certified to proctor exams for BYU. Our Teen Program is located at Rosa Parks.
||Reading Partners is a nonprofit organization that provides literacy intervention programs at elementary schools in low-income communities. Reading Partners’ mission is to expand the life opportunities of children in low-income communities by empowering them with strong literacy skills. At each school, we take over a classroom to transform it into a special learning environment called a Reading Center and recruit a corps of 40-80 community volunteers from all walks of life who will serve as tutors at the school.
|Roseville Joint Union High School District
||High School District serving the needs of more than 10,000 students in the cites of Roseville, Granite Bay and Antelope, California.
|Sacramento City Unified School District
||The Sacramento City Unified School District as employer of choice. SCUSD is an urban district with over 90 schools and approximately 48,000 students. SCUSD is strongly committed to the development and achievement of each student. The recruitment and retention of talented instructional, administrative, and non-instructional personnel for our schools and offices is essential.