|Organization Name (Sorted Descending)
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||Position Description - Educator Expo 04/23/14
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||Position Type - Educator Expo 04/23/14
||Majors Seeking - Educator Expo 04/23/14
||Advance Kids provides one-to-one intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy programs for children diagnosed with autism. Our children range in age from 18 months to 12 years of age. Our programs include teaching, socialization, communication, play, self-help and pre-academics skills.
||Preschool assistant for children with autism
||Advance Kids is looking for enthusiastic, reliable, energetic, and responsible individuals to work and play 1:1 with children diagnosed with autism in our Giving Tree Preschool. Paraprofessional positions are available within 8:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
||Education equivalent to a High School Diploma and a minimum of one year experience working with children, preferably in related field. Ability to run, stand, sit stoop, crawl, kneel. Background Checks and/or Licensing: Must be at least 18 years old; criminal background check; reference checks; provide a negative TB test; education verification; current driver’s license and proof of auto insurance. Must have reliable means of transportation.
||Child Development, Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology, & Deaf Studies, Speech Pathology, Psychology, UNDECLARED MAJOR
|Aspire Public School
||Aspire Public Schools is a national nonprofit organization that currently operates 37 high-performing, open-enrollment public charter schools serving 13,000 students in underserved communities across California and Memphis, Tenn.. Aspire is one of the highest-performing public school systems in the country, delivering a rigorous College for Certain education to students in grades K-12. An unrelenting focus on college preparedness led to 100 percent of graduating Aspire seniors being accepted to four year colleges or universities in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
||The K-12 Teacher provides a high quality instruction within a small school environment where every student is known and valued as an individual; uphold the mission and values of Aspire Public Schools and contribute to our goal that every student in California has access to a high quality public education.
-Valid California Teaching Credential required
-English Language Learner Authorization required
||College of Continuing Education at Sac State
||Public Affairs Communications Specialist
||Employee at CSUS
|Child Development Inc
||Child Development, Inc. is a non-profit organization operating 135 child development centers across California. We started over 40 years ago with the mission to enrich children’s lives. At the heart of all we do is our commitment to being our best for the children, families, communities and employees we serve.
Our developmentally appropriate programs integrate the best thinking in our field. They are based on prominent development theorists and are influenced by High/Scope, Reggio Emilia and NAEYC approaches.
We are committed to creating and maintaining a dynamic learning environment that fosters our best work. By investing in training and continuing professional education of our employees we support our teachers’ best work.
||Child Development Associate Teacher
||As part of our teaching team, you will plan developmentally appropriate activities based on children’s interests and needs. Teaching staff complete developmental assessments (DRDP) within the first 60 days of enrollment plus a follow up assessment to measure each child’s growth over a year and two parent conferences annually. Teaching staff build relationships which support ongoing communication and partnership with families. Teaching staff provide active learning experiences to promote language and literacy, math and science concepts, social development and self-help skills. Teaching staff observe and document children’s emerging interests and progress through anecdotal notes, weekly lesson plans and through the portfolio of individual work.
|| 12 Units in ECE/Child Development or related field (be able to provide transcripts)
Child Development Associate Teacher permit preferred
1 year prior childcare experience preferred
Interact with children in a manner consistent with CDI/CDC philosophy
Must be able to prepare lesson plans, anecdotal notes, portfolios, desired results
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Off-Campus (archived)
|Colegio Americano de San Carlos
||Best Private K-12 School in Guaymas Sonora, Mexico which attends high end students of the city.
||Single and Multisubject teacher.
As in any culture, we expect you to be an exemplary role model for the students. As a teacher, you will wear many hats. You will be a communicator, a disciplinarian, a conveyor of information, an evaluator, a classroom manager, a counselor, a decision-maker, a member of many teams and groups, and at times, a surrogate parent.
Our expectation is that you arrive to work on time every day, that you are prepared for your classes and complete daily lesson plans, and that you actively and willingly take part in the learning culture of the school.
||Basic Spanish understanding.
Independent and proactive.
No fear to change and adapt to foreign cultures.
•Language and Communication
•Form, Space, Shape
•Culture and Social Life
•Civics & Ethics
•Language & arts
||Full-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Internship, Seasonal/Temporary
||Child Development, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, School Psychology
|County of Sacramento: Office of Education
||The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is one of 58 county offices of education in the State of California. SCOE provides technical assistance, curriculum and instructional support, staff development, legal and financial advice, and oversight to Sacramento County school districts.
SCOE plays a leadership role in delivering quality education to more than 235,000 K-12 public school students in Sacramento County. SCOE directly educates more than 30,000 children and adults, providing support services to 13 school districts. SCOE helps ensure schools operate in an efficient, service-oriented manner while focusing on the bottom line: student achievement.
||to be determined
||to be determined
||to be determined
||Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology, & Deaf Studies, Teacher Education, Speech Pathology
|Davis Joint Unified School District
||The Davis Joint Unified School District is a K-12 district with approximately 8,500 students.
||K - 12 Teachers
||The Davis Joint Unified School District is looking to hire multiple teachers for a variety of open positions this year.
||All positions require a 4 year degree and appropriate certification with CLAD or BCLAD equivalent. Must be able to meet highly qualified criteria under NCLB act.
||Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Severe, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential, School Psychology, School Specialization, EDUCATION
|Elk Grove Unified School District
||Elk Grove Unified School District covers 320 square miles, has over 59 schools with an enrollment of over 61,000 students and continues to grow.
||Certificated Substitute Teachers, Classified ParaEducators, Substitute Bus Drivers
|Exeter Unified School District
||K - 12 School District
||Various Teaching Positions
||We are currently recruiting for English/Language Arts, Math (High School & Middle School), Social Science and Multiple Subject (K,3,6).
||Valid CA Teaching Credential
||Multiple Subject, Single Subject
|Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
||The Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is located midway between San Francisco and Sacramento. It is the largest school district in Solano County.
Unified in 1968, FSUSD has an enrollment of approximately 22,000 K - 12 students, and is comprised of 30 schools including 5 high schools, 3 middle schools, 17 elementary schools, several alternative schools and 1 adult school.
The District office is located at 2490 Hilborn Road, in Fairfield. The central switchboard can be reached at (707) 399-5000.
||Teachers, School Psychologists and Speech/Language Pathologists
||Single Subject: Art, English, Foreign Language, History, Math, Music, Physical Education, Physical Science, Science and Social Science
Special Education: Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe
Speech and Language Pathologists
||Single Subject: A valid teacher credential with the appropriate authorization, ELA & meet the "No Child Left Behind" criteria.
Multiple Subject: A valid Multiple Subject teacher credential, ELA & meet the "No Child Left Behind" criteria.
Special Education: A valid Ed Specialist Instruction credential with the appropriate authorization for Mild/Mod or Mod/Severe, ELA & meet the "No Child Left Behind" criteria.
School Psychologist: A valid Pupil Personnel Svcs credential and a Master's.
||Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Severe, Multiple Subject, Single Subject, School Psychology
|Fortune School of Education
||Established in 1989, Rex and Margaret Fortune School of Education is a comprehensive educator preparation institution. Working with a consortium of California school districts, it also helps school districts develop their teacher hiring pool with qualified teacher 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 provide the highest standard of education and develop students to their highest potential.
The mission of Fortune School is to graduate high achieving students of good character prepared for college and citizenship in a democratic society. Students will be well-prepared for high school, higher education, employment and productive citizenship.
||Multiple Subject Credential, CBEST
|Franklin-McKinley School District
||FMSD serves over 9900 students in grades ranging from Pre-school to eighth grade. We are 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.
Special Education Teachers
||Multiple Subject, Single Subject, EDUCATION, Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology, & Deaf Studies
|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.
||ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Under the direction of the principal/designee, the classroom teacher shall develop in the student the skills, knowledge, concepts, generalizations, principles, appreciations, and attitudes that are necessary to meet the district goals and the anticipated student outcomes for the course.
||A. California Credential: General Secondary, Standard Secondary, or Ryan Single Subject in subject area.
B. Education: Bachelor’s Degree
C. Personal Qualification: Displays an attitude toward subject areas and students conducive to a positive learning atmosphere. Understand and work effectively with people from different cultures.
||Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Severe, Single Subject, Single Subject Teaching Credential
|Gateway Community Charters
||Non-profit Charter School Organization
|Gonzales Unified School District
||The Gonzales Unified School District is located in the heart of the Salinas Valley. The High School serves students from elementary school districts in the communities of Gonzales, Chualar, and Mission. The Unified District was officially established on July 1, 1997. Almost all of the students are from families related to the agriculture industry, the heart of the area’s economy. The district’s student enrollment is 94% Hispanic.
The Gonzales Unified School District consists of five schools, La Gloria Elementary School (K-4), Fairview Middle School (5-8), Gonzales High School (9-12), Continuation High/Alternative School and a State Preschool School.
||Agriculture Teacher (9-12; 205 Work Days)
Elementary Teacher (K-6)
Independent Study Teacher (K-12 Recruitment Pool)
Language Arts Teacher (9-12)
Math Teacher (9-12)
Special Education Teacher (SDC K-2; Recruitment Pool)
Speech Therapist (K-12)
|Greenfield Union School District
||The Greenfield Union School District is a five school district, serving 3,000 children in grades Pre K-8. Most of our students are Spanish-speaking.
The District provides children with a strong basic educational program. It is our belief that to succeed, children must be able to read, write, and speak English, and be technologically literate. The District has aligned its $24 million budget and has committed its entire staff from teachers to maintenance, from cafeteria workers to Superintendent to ensure a strong basic education for each student it serves.
||Teach the standards, as assigned by the Principal. Provide planned learning experiences in order to motivate pupils and effectively utilize the available time for instruction. Develop lesson plans, instructional materials, and teaching methods in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of individual pupils. Establish and maintain standards of pupil behavior needed to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom, and provide guidance in developing qualities of good citizenship. Evaluate pupil’s academic and social growth, keep appropriate records, prepare progress reports and to use that data to guide instruction. Communicate with parents on the individual pupil’s progress through teacher-parent conferences and other means of communication. Perform other related duties.
||Applicants must possess, or be eligible for, a valid California Credential or Internship in the assignment for which application is made. No Child Left Behind Highly Qualified, CLAD, BCLAD or equivalent.
||Multiple Subject, Single Subject
||Established in 1989, KidsFirst’s mission is to end child abuse. Our vision is that all children live in a safe, healthy, and nurturing home. It's not just the number of children we serve (over 50,000 since 1989) but the conditions and behavior changes they experience that measure our success. We invest in programs proven to improve children's lives.
||Homework Helper - Volunteer
||Work closely with the lead teacher to help assist with special projects, review curriculum and help the students stay on track with their school work
||have a heart to help Jr high and high school students with their homework.
||KidzArt is an afterschool drawing based enrichment program held after school at local elementary schools.
KidzArt and its sister programs are presented by the non-profit NorCal Art Resource, bringing enrichment classes to Elementary schools in your area!
||Instructing elementary aged children on various art projects centered on drawing.
KidzArt is a fun, unique and confidence-building drawing program for grade school children. Our mission at KidzArt is to provide kids of all ages with the opportunity to have art in their lives, increase their skills and knowledge of various art media, learn to draw using a proven method, and most of all, to have fun!
Part-time: Two, Three, or Four day a week schedules available (no weekends!) working 1.5 hours each day between the hours of 1pm-5pm.
***Please keep in mind that KidzArt is very part-time work. It is not intended to be a primary source of income. Our programs run in the afternoon between the hours of approximately 1pm-5pm.
||*Fun, energetic, and creative individuals
*Experience managing groups of children a plus
*Experience in art is a plus, but not necessary
*People who want to work with kids (great way to get more experience!)
*Must have your own reliable car
*Must be willing to drive up to 15 minutes to school sites
*Looking for part-time work (4-10 hours a week)
*Must own a computer, printer and have access to a digital camera and internet.
*Must pass background check in order to work with the children.
|Korean Consulate Education Center
||Dedicated to helping Koreans and non-Koreans alike, the Korean Education Center (KEC) is an institution for social education founded by the Korean Ministry of Education. The KEC's mission is to provide appropriate educational opportunities and social services related to Korean language, culture and history in order to enrich the lives of Koreans living abroad. The KEC also seeks to empower this overseas Korean community by infusing it with pride and awareness of its Korean identity. Furthermore, by introducing the rich tapestry of Korean life and culture through education, advocacy, and services, the KEC also hopes to promote better understanding and cultural awareness of Korea among Americans.
||TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea)
||After-school classes at elementary school (15 hours per week)
TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea), a program tantamount to an international teaching internship, invites native English speakers to teach English at a rural elementary school while learning about the different facets of Korean culture.
||- Native English speaker and citizen of one of the designated countries
(Designated countries: Australia, Canada, Ireladn, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, USA)
- Associate's degree or enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program (3rd year of higher)
|Liberty Union High School District
||Secondary High School District
||Secondary High School Teachers
||Single Subject Credentialed Teachers
||Valid Single Subject Credential with EL Authorization