Brazosport Independent School District

Posted: 04-21-2020

 Brazosport ISD is hosting a Virtual Career Fair

Register online

Contact Information:

Teresa Rios
Onboarding/Recruiting Specialist
301 W Brazoswood Drive
Clute, Texas 77531
Phone: 979-730-7000
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Humble ISD / West Lake Middle School

Posted: 04-21-2020

 West Lake Middle School is a 2-year old school in Humble ISD looking to fill positions in grades 6-8 core subjects.

Here is a link to the job openings.

Contact Information:

Cory Kollister
Mathematics Academic Lead Teacher
11810 Madera Run Parkway
Humble, TX 77346
Phone: 8133936625

Sharp Minds Academy

Posted: 03-06-2020

 As a Preschool STEAM Teacher with Sharp Minds Academy, you will be a part of our innovative educational

program serving preschool students ages 2 to 5 years.
This role is ideal for someone who is passionate about education, has experience with teaching Preschool
students or Elementary and Middle School, and is looking to contribute to the growth and excellence of the
center. As a Sharp Minds Teacher, you will be given the Lesson Plans and tools to teach in a group setting.
You will provide personalized instruction for Preschool students.
A Strong Science/Math teacher who has developed or assisted with STEAM related activities for Preschool
or Elementary students; can assist the program with content preparation, lesson planning, setting up
materials as well as train our teacher aides for a fun, creative and innovate inclusion atmosphere.
Key Responsibilities:
• Sets up the classroom atmosphere that can be adaptive to the STEAM activity.
• Prepares for instructional session; gathers and prepares materials as appropriate.
• Teaches using Sharp Minds based Curriculum.
• Supervise, interact with and motivate students during instruction hour while they work with equipment and
• Evaluate and document student progress.
• Communicate student needs to the Management.
• Develop rapport with students and establish a fun learning environment.
• Motivate students and initiates instruction to personally engage each student.
• Uses effective class management techniques to ensure effective learning.
• Monitors appropriate use and care of equipment, materials and facilities.
• Evaluates and assesses student progress against instructional objectives on their STEAM Journals.
• Able to effectively communicate the value of STEAM and how it impacts human beings and the world
around us.
• Demonstrates knowledge of educational research, trends, and best practices.
• Maintains accurate, efficient, and effective records for instructional and non-instructional purposes.
• Manages classroom organization.
• Communicates and interacts with students, parents, staff and community.
• Works cooperatively with the administration and staff to schedule meetings.
• Ability to explain concepts to students in multiple ways.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Contact Information:

Ciji Thomas
7746 Hwy 6 Suite C
Missouri City, TX 77459
Phone: 281-781-4439

Somy Thomas
Phone: 8322981539

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

Posted: 03-04-2020

 We are offering an internship and learning opportunity as a Summer Camp Intern. The Intern will be supervised and mentored by the Director of Education. The intern will serve as a co- teacher under the guidance of a lead teacher in the Summer Camp classes.

Interns will gain up to 35 hours of teaching experience per week, with a potential of 350 total hours under the guidance of Arboretum Staff Naturalists.
Interns will gain experience in reading and implementing curriculum. 
Interns will practice appropriate classroom management techniques.
The intern will develop and strengthen skills in organization, communication, and management.
The intern will increase their science knowledge.
Interns will gain a deeper understanding of the ecosystems and natural history of the Texas Gulf Coast.

Contact Information:

Patti Bonnin
Senior Naturalist
4501 Woodway Dr.
Houston, Texas 77024
Phone: 713-681-8433

Institute of Reading Development

Posted: 02-19-2020

 The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Since 1970, the Institute’s teachers have helped over 3 million students master valuable reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading.  Programs designed by the Institute give students the right skills, books, and experiences that result in greater success in school and beyond.

We are currently hiring hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:
Earn up to $8,000 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$700 per week.
Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.
We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season.
Successful Institute teachers:
Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
Will be patient and supportive with students
Learn more about teaching for us and apply today:

Contact Information:

Felix Hall
Teacher and Logistics Coordinator
5 Commercial Boulevard
Novato, CA 94949
Phone: (425) 884-8147

Brittani Persha Counseling

Posted: 02-14-2020

We are looking for a virtual assistant to help with phone calls, emails & scheduling initial appointments. We are a small (5 therapist) group practice. 10-15 hours a week and person can work from home.

Contact Information:

Brittani Persha
1035 Dairy Ashford Rd., Ste. 220
Houston, Texas 77079
Phone: 713-364-8645

Houston Humane Society

Posted: 01-31-2020 QUEST Images

 This is a paid summer internship for education majors. The intern will be involved in the development, planning, and leading of week-long summer camp (called Companion Camp) programs to children aged 7-13 and 12-15, and directing and supervising junior camp counselors aged 14-18. Education program lessons will focus on animal welfare, animal shelter, STEM, ELA, leadership skills, and arts & crafts. The program will also involve handling and supervising the handling of various animals such as cats, small dogs, large dogs, small mammals, reptiles, and more. We are looking for one intern for each session: session 1 June 1 - July 3 and session 2 July 6 - August 14. If you enjoy working with children and animals and are looking for leadership experience, this is the internship for you!

Contact Information:

Chloe Hamilton
Education and Community Outreach Coordinator
14700 Almeda Rd.
Houston, TX 77053
Phone: 281-910-5651
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Posted: 01-29-2020

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Contact Information:

Placement Liason
394 Village Green Blvd
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: (248) 924-9877?

Cristo Rey Columbus High School

Posted: 01-29-2020

 We are seeking a Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion who will enhance the educational experience for all students and help to support the educational benefits of diversity. A new position, the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will provide leadership, training, and support in furthering the outcomes of Cristo Rey Columbus High School with a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion lens. The Director will serve as a leader, mentor, facilitator, collaborator and resource for students and families, school leaders, faculty, staff, business partners, volunteers, donors, and friends. The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will report directly to the Cristo Rey Columbus High School President. 

Cristo Rey Columbus High School (CRCHS) is a private, Catholic, co-ed, college-prep high school that is part of the national Cristo Rey Network. The Cristo Rey Network educates 12,000 students in 37 high schools across the country. 
Cristo Rey Columbus serves students and families in need of access to an affordable, high-quality education. Founded in 2013, the school is currently in its seventh year of operation.
Cristo Rey Columbus seeks to prepare students of all faiths to excel in college, in career, and in character through the combination of our faith-based education, our rigorous college-prep curriculum, and our hallmark Professional Work-Study Program. Through our work-study program, students learn and work in professional internships one day a week, covering a significant portion of the cost to attend, while building invaluable professional relationships and skills for their futures. Our ultimate goal is that our students will graduate from college and become leaders in the public and private sectors, service organizations, their own faith institutions, and the community at large, transforming the world for the good of society. 
The Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will join in promoting the overall development of the student as a person according to Catholic educational principles and the mission of our school. Our school strives to build a genuinely faith-informed and service-minded community in which students are offered love, acceptance, responsibility and accountability while empowering students to reach their full potential. 
The Director will be responsible for three core priorities that are critical success factors for the students of Cristo Rey Columbus High School and for our learning community at large, including faculty, staff, and other adult co-educators: 
(1) Students (and their families) have a safe place to dialogue and respond to issues and experiences of identity, race and systemic injustice. 
(2) Staff/Faculty are culturally competent and responsive to the diverse cultures and experiences of the students, families and communities we serve. 
(3) Corporate Partners, volunteers, donors and friends of Cristo Rey Columbus have appropriate opportunities to participate in the transformative mission and vision of Cristo Rey Columbus, including opportunities to learn cultural competence and to dialogue about diversity, equity, inclusion and systemic injustice. 
To see the full job description, as well as details for applying, please visit:

Contact Information:

Caroline Blosser
Senior Coordinator
400 E. Town Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Phone: 614-223-9261

Camp Lonehollow

Posted: 01-29-2020

 Camp Counselor position: 

Camp Lonehollow is a premier co-ed adventure camp for boys and girls ages 7-16 located on 3,000 acres in the Texas Hill Country. Lonehollow offers over 60 activities including Field Sports, Horseback, Camp Crafts, Guitar, Puppy Park, Mountain Boarding, the Blob, and much more. Our cabins feature many amenities to make your stay comfortable such as pillow-top mattress and air-conditioning. As a staff member, Lonehollow provides a wonderful opportunity to grow professionally and offers a paying internship or job that gives a unique experience to set you apart in job interviews. Ideal candidates have a passion for working with children, want to challenge themselves with new experiences, and will share their enthusiasm for adventure with children. Our goal is to help you succeed through our summer camp program. For more information, and to apply online, please visit our website We look forward to having you join the Lonehollow family!

Contact Information:

Tyler Thompson
Assistant Director
P.O. Box 826
Hunt, Texas 78024
Phone: 830-966-6600
Fax: 8309666604
Phone: 830-966-6600

Agape Development

Posted: 01-29-2020

 This position is for high energy individuals who are interested in any of the following areas of ministry: community development, children’s ministry, teen ministry, inner city ministry, justice, education.  

Come live in an urban neighborhood with other ministry-minded young adults.  Spend the day ministering to neighborhood children or teens in a summer day camp program, and the evenings having fellowship with your fellow ministers.  The internship will provide housing at no cost, a salary of $2,000, and a weekly meal stipend.  Dates of employment run from June 1 to July 24.  You must be willing to go ""all-in"" for the summer.  There will be little to no time for outside activities during the summer term.

Contact Information:

Sosina Morgan
Executive Assistant
6401 Calhoun Rd
Houston, TX 77021
Phone: 210-410-7112

Spring ISD Virtual Learning Program

Posted: 01-22-2020

 High school mathematics teacher needed in a face-to-face, blended learning environment. Teachers should have a strong background in algebra, geometry, and pre-calculus.

Contact Information:

Jeanine Wilson
Program Administrator
1001 S. Ridge Rd.
Houston, TX 77090
Phone: 281-891-6894

Vampire Squid Labs

Posted: 01-22-2020

 We are looking for enthusiastic instructors to help us teach and engage young minds. Each class is taught by two instructors. You do NOT need to be a certified teacher, positions are open to All Majors. The most important qualifications are passion for teaching kids, patience, love of science, and teaching others. You do not need a background in teaching we will supply labs, materials and instruction. This position is for teaching K-5th grade students.

Open Classes (K-5th Grade)
- Chess
- Science
- Engineering
- Spanish
Vampire Squid Labs is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exposes young minds to science and engineering through fun hands on art based projects and labs.

Contact Information:

Gina Magana
Program Director
1502 Sawyer St Ste 212
Houston, TX 77007
Phone: 832-465-9008

Brazosport ISD - Brazos Success Academy

Posted: 01-22-2020

 Are you an innovative teacher wanting to make the difference in the lives of children? We have just the place for you, Brazos Success Academy in Brazosport ISD.

Brazos Success Academy is an accelerated alternative high school. We are located just 45 minutes south of Houston in Lake Jackson. Lake Jackson was recently voted as the 2nd Best Places to Live in Texas by Money Inc.  Our district`s starting teacher salary is $56,000.
Our campus specializes in facilitating an online program to support students acceleration of their high school credits for graduation. We are a school of choice high school that requires an application process for our students. We are a small campus with the perks of being within a large school district. 
We currently have an open teaching position in Algebra 1 and/or US History. The position also includes training to facilitate our online courseware, Edgenuity, We do require either a Mathematics 7-12 or Social Studies 7-12 certification.
If you are interested or would like more information, please contact the principal directly.

Contact Information:

Brooke Merritt
500 Circle Way
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
Phone: 979-730-7091