Magnolia High School

Posted: 12-04-2019

 We are looking for a certified Spanish teacher for a current vacancy, the job would begin immediately. The courses taught are Spanish 1 and 2, both have team members who will help support you as you enter the teaching field. If you have questions, please contact me at mbraun@magnoliaisd.org

 


https://magnolia.teams.hosting/submission/EntryPointBrowseJobPostingsAction.do?applicantType=external#cntTeacherHighSchool

Contact Information:

Matthew Braun
Assistant Principal
14350 FM 1488
Magnolia, Texas 77354
mbraun@magnoliaisd.org
Phone: (281) 356-3572
Fax: (281) 252-2092



Cook Learn Grow

Posted: 11-22-2019

Do you love working with children? Do you love to cook?

 
We are currently looking for dynamic cooking instructors who love working with kids to add to our instructor pool for our After School program and Summer Camps in the Energy Corridor, Spring Branch, Meyerland, Fort Bend and Katy areas. This is a FUN and REWARDING part time seasonal job based on enrollment. Our instructors come from various backgrounds including, former educators, empty nesters, recreational and professional chefs, foodies, food bloggers, nutritionists, youth and community leaders, who want to help further the mission of food education amongst children.
 
Afterschool shifts are typically 2-5pm, with the potential to work up to 5 days a week for up to twelve week sessions. Summer shifts are typically 5-6 hours per camp day, with some camps in the morning and some camps in the afternoon.  Training begins in early January.
 
This is a mobile position which means instructors drive to schools to teach. We work in an amazing city where traffic is part of life. This position teaches real cooking methods such as knife skills, working with dough, cracking eggs, using hot burners, ovens, measuring, mixing and more. The position has many steps in the process, requiring clear-mindedness, high responsibility and ability to think ahead. Organization and timing are the keys to success.
 
CookLearnGrow is a professional children’s Food Literacy and Cooking program providing superior food education curriculum and hands-on instruction where students gain self-confidence, academic reinforcement and life skills for a healthy lifestyle and a whole lot of fun! Since 2013, we’ve taught over 4000 kiddos to cook in 4 major US cities! Come teach with us!
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Drive to surrounding communities in one or more of these areas; Energy Corridor, Spring Branch, Meyerland, Fort Bend and Katy to teach children’s hands-on cooking classes.
Prepare for CookLearnGrow lessons: grocery shopping, prepping/cleaning for class, etc.
Follow the CookLearnGrow curriculum and guidelines.
Maintain safe, orderly and engaging classroom environment.
Attend CookLearnGrow trainings and meetings.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Possess strong cooking skills.
Experience with classroom management.
Passionate about teaching children about food
Excellent ability to engage children
Highly responsible with strong organizational and time management skills
Pass background check & fingerprinting
Ability to work individually or with a team.
Able to multi-task and work in a fast paced mode while working under time restraints
 
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
High School Diploma required
College degree in Education, Nutrition or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.
Minimum of 6 months of successful experience teaching or leading children.
 
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT:
Reliable transportation with room for instructor`s kit and valid Texas driver`s license.
 
BENEFITS:
DOE up to $20 per hour.
 
TO APPLY: Apply online at www.cooklearngrow.com/join-team/. No phone calls please.
 


www.cooklearngrow.com

Contact Information:

Stephanie Wheatley
Houston Coordinator Cook Learn Grow
P.O. Box 92076
Austin, TX 78709
info@cooklearngrow.com
Phone: 2812028410

Lori Hinze
Executive Director Cook Learn Grow
info@cooklearngrow.com
Phone: 512-672-9211



Kidventure, Inc.

Posted: 11-22-2019

 Kidventure`s After School program is one of the finest programs in Houston. We hire individuals to form the best team of college students, teachers, and other professionals to make an impact in the lives of kids. We are looking for counselors who will bring tons of energy, creativity, compassion, and a love for kids to this dynamic and fast-paced environment.

 
Kidventure runs After School in the following neighborhoods:
- Town & Country
- Lazybrook/Timbergrove
- Galleria
- Oak Forest
 - Memorial Park
- Heights
 
**This is part time position with varying shift assignments from 2:00-6:00pm, Monday-Friday.
 
Qualifications
- 18 or older
- Love working with kids
- Maintain high, positive energy throughout the shift
- Strong customer service skills
 


https://kidventure.com/jobs/

Contact Information:

Roxana Rivera
HR Manager
2501 Central PKWY Suite B2
Houston, TX 77092
roxxi@kidventure.com
Phone: 713-960-8989



Down Syndrome Association of Houston

Posted: 10-21-2019

Job Title: Education for Life Coach
Job Type: Full-Time or Part-Time
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation: Hourly $10/hour with opportunity to advance, no health insurance available

Description: The Education for Life Coach will facilitate the development, improvement, or maintenance of functional life skills and behaviors in adults with Down syndrome through training, instruction, and coaching. Additionally, the Education for Life Coach will carry out the mission of the Education for Life program, which is to empower adults with Down syndrome to be as self-sufficient as possible in life, work, and relationships by providing opportunities for academic, social, vocational, personal, and creative growth.

Requirements
• High school diploma
• Passion for lifelong learning in adults with intellectual disabilities
• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred Key Responsibilities
• Use technology to facilitate learning
• Use best-practice coaching techniques to facilitate life-long learning in adults with intellectual disabilities
• Work cooperatively with staff, external stakeholders, and volunteers
• Handle multiple projects simultaneously with attention to detail and accuracy while adhering to deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
• Effectively communicate the DSAH’s mission and needs as well as interact with potential donors, volunteers, and the community at large.
• Work with the E4L Coordinator to plan and implement lessons, activities, guest facilitators, and field trips
• Provide E4L coordinator data-driven participant reports as requested
• Treat all program participants as adults with unique goals, wishes, and dreams
• Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director


www.dsah.org

Contact Information:

Kim Torres
Executive Director
7115 W Tidwell Road, Bldg K, Suite 106
Houston, TX 77092
ktorres@dsah.org
Phone: 713-682-7237



Greyhound Lines, Inc.

Posted: 10-10-2019

 Enter Greyhound’s Go Far University Bus Wrap Scholarship Competition for a chance to win a $5,000 scholarship and a chance to have your design featured on a Greyhound bus. Greyhound is inviting University of Houston students to enter by creating a bus design inspired by 2019’s theme, Go Far. 

 
You don`t have to be an artist to enter! All disciplines are welcome. 


gofarwithgreyhound.com/university-of-houston-scholarship

Contact Information:

gofarwithgreyhound.com/university-of-houston-scholarship

Crystal Booker
Communications Specialist
350 N. St. Paul St.
Dallas, TX 75201
hello@gofarwithgreyhound.com
Phone: 214-849-6826

Sara Currie
Marketing Specialist
hello@gofarwithgreyhound.com



UH - LAUNCH Campus Learning Center)

Posted: 10-08-2019

 
Job Description - Program Coordinator 2 (STA005250)
Organization: H0221 Learning Support Svcs
 
Description
Coordinates and provides senior-level administrative support to an ongoing program at the University.
 
Coordinates program to ensure that implementation and prescribed activities are carried out in accordance with specified objectives.
Participates in planning and develops methods for program implementation and administration; coordinates program activities and processes.
Reviews program records and reports of activities. Recommends modifications to methods or procedures as required.
Prepares recurring and ad hoc program reports for management use.
Assists in preparing reports, proposals, manuals, and other documentation as required for the program.
Participates in budget planning and is responsible for controlling expenditures in accordance with budget allocations for the program.
Conducts formal training or gives instruction regarding program policies and procedures.
Interacts with faculty, staff and students to promote the goals and objectives of the program.
Develops and maintains database on research studies, policy issues, etc.
Performs other job related duties as required.
EEO/AA
 
Qualifications
 
Associates and 1 year experience
Education: Requires the ability and knowledge for analysis and interpretation of procedures, policies and practices attainable through specific education and/or training programs in a specialty or technical field. Advanced vocational or electronic skills or a basic knowledge of a professional field is required. An Associate`s degree or certification/licensing in a technical specialty program of over 18 months and up to 3 years duration are characteristic of this field.Experience: Requires a minimum of one (1) year of directly job-related experience.
 
Preferred Qualifications:
 
Bachelor`s Degree.
Experience providing customer service.
Experience inputting, summarizing, and evaluating data. 
Experience scheduling, training, and supervising student workers in a higher education setting.    
---Experience will not be considered in lieu of education.---
 
The following documents are required:
 
NOTE: We will maintain your confidentiality and notify you in advance of making contact with any of your references. References will be contacted only after the interviewing process has been completed.
 
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
 
Salary: $15.02 - $19.15
 
Employee Status: Regular/Benefits

 


www.uh.edul/ussc/launch

Contact Information:

Laura Heidel, Ph.D.
Academic Counselor/Student Success Advocate II
210 Student Service Center 1, 4800 Calhoun
Houston, TX 77004
lheidel@uh.edu
Phone: 713-743-5439



Tweens Read

Posted: 09-30-2019

Volunteer opportunities are plentiful at Tweens Read! The goal of the Tweens Read Book Festival is to celebrate and promote reading by connecting tweens with authors.The target audience for the event is students in grades 5-8. 


The Festival organizers seek to:
Connect tween readers to local and national authors and illustrators.
Encourage interaction between aspiring tween writers and established authors.
Educate, enrich, inform, and entertain local tweens and other participants.
Celebrate the educational and recreational benefits of tween reading and writing.
 Ignite a passion for reading and writing in the tween community.
 
Visit http://tweensread.com/volunteers.html if you are interested in volunteering!  Thank you for your support - we couldn`t make this day happen without the support of our wonderful volunteers!


http://tweensread.com/volunteers.html

Contact Information:

Pasadena Memorial High School
tweensread@gmail.com



BuildingBrains

Posted: 09-30-2019

 Building Brains LEGO Engineering is a program designed to teach STEM lessons with LEGOs in an AFTERSCHOOL,

SUMMER CAMP, and BIRTHDAY PARTY setting. We have a curriculum written by an engineer designed to teach the TEKS for Elementary Science and Math. Our courses include LEGO I (ages 3 to 5) LEGO II (ages 6 to 12)
 
Intro to Robotics (ages 6 to 12). Our classes are usually one hour in length. We bring in LEGO Educational kits and our students build simple machines. Each class the students will build a simple machine from LEGOs and conduct an experiment to see how well it performs. Teachers bring large bins of LEGOs to each site location. Teachers will travel to Private and Public Schools all around the Houston Area.

(They will not go to the Cypress location listed as the address.)


http://BuildingBrains.Biz

Contact Information:

http://www.BuildingBrains.Biz

Kim Koenig
After School Enrichment Instructor
17311 E Single Rose Ct. STE 100
Cypress , Texas 77429
Kim@BuildingBrains.Biz
Phone: 713-204-0770



Springwoods Village Middle School in Spring ISD

Posted: 09-19-2019

 Springwoods Village Middle School a candidate IB school in Spring ISD is looking to hire teachers for the following vacancies due to student growth on the campus. Please send resumes to Ms. Kim Culley (kculley@springisd.org) and Ms. Crystal Mahar (cmahar@springisd.org) and apply on the Spring ISD website if interested! 

 
7th Math 
7th Grade Science 
7th Grade Social Studies 
CTE
Spanish
 


https://www.springisd.org/springwoods

Contact Information:

Crystal Mahar
Associate Principal
1120 Crossgate Blvd
Spring, TX 77373
cmahar@springisd.org
Phone: 281-891-8100



Janet Michel

Posted: 09-19-2019

Looking for someone who is studying Early Childhood Development and would like to work a few hours each month in our home.

Our 4 year old grandson visits for about two weeks each month. He will be here Sept. 15 - Oct 1. We are looking for someone who can come to our home for 3 - 5 hours during the day, once or twice while he is visiting. You would be serving as his home "preschool" teacher. He is very well behaved and loves to learn. We would be home while are here. Focus would be on art, numbers, letters, puzzles, etc. Location is near Gray and Dunlavy. Contact us for more details.

 


Contact Information:

Janet Michel
W Gray St
Houston, TX 77019
janetamichel@gmail.com
Phone: 417-224-0121



UH Cougar Literacy Corps

Posted: 09-13-2019

ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT COMMUNITY SERVICE AND ENGAGEMENT? THEN JOIN UH COUGAR LITERACY CORPS!


The University of Houston Cougar Literacy Corps-AmeriCorps (UH CLCA) gives qualified college students the opportunity to work as reading tutors in nearby elementary schools, to participate in community-service projects and to serve as role models – all while gaining real-world education experience.
 
What will I be doing?
• Using your skills and knowledge to tutor elementary students in our partner Third Ward community schools
• Serving as a role model for young students
• Engaging and collaborating on community service projects
• Meeting new people, networking and HAVING FUN!
 
How long will this take? 
This program is during the 2019-20 academic school year. Tutoring hours are flexible around tutors’ school schedule.
 
How will I be compensated?
Tutors will receive a monthly stipend and education award at the completion of program.

Education majors receive observation credit (Approved by P. Siller)

Qualifications:

  • Be 18 years of age or older and have at least a high school diploma or recognized equivalent by your start date.
  • Be either a citizen, national or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.
  • Pass mandatory pre-service background checks.
  • Speak, read and write English fluently.
  • Have a dedication to community service and interest in education, specifically helping young children develop early language and literacy skills.
  • Have basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email.
  • Be energetic, results oriented and student focused.
  • Be willing to accept and incorporate constructive feedback from coaches and program staff.
  • Have strong personal standards of excellence, ethics and integrity.
 


http://www.uh.edu/education/aces/cougar-literacy/

Contact Information:

Jasmine Payton
Program Manager
Cougar Literacy Corps-AmeriCorps
Houston, TX cougarliteracycorps@uh.edu
Phone: 713-743-7799



Leander ISD

Posted: 09-04-2019

 Leander ISD is seeking certified teachers in the area of special education at both the elementary and secondary levels. 

 
To apply:
-Candidates should complete an online application by visiting the Leander ISD Job Board:
----https://www.applitrack.com/leander/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url&category=
-Candidates can also contact a LISD Recruiter directly: 
----Elementary Positions - Abby Bridges (abby.bridges@leanderisd.org)
----Secondary Positions - Wendell Mills (wendell.mills@leanderisd.org)
 
About Leander ISD: 
Leander ISD is located about 20 minutes northwest of Austin, Texas. LISD is ranked as the 9th fastest growing school district in Texas as we are adding over a 1,000 students each school year. We currently have 43 campuses. Teacher growth and support is a top priority. LISD has developed a two-year mentor program for new teachers entering the district. We believe in “growing our own” by offering a variety of professional develop and leadership opportunities in order to encourage and promote lifelong learning. 


https://www.leanderisd.org/departments/human_resources/Careers

Contact Information:

Abby Bridges
Campus Recruiter
204 W South Street
Leander, TX 78646
abby.bridges@leanderisd.org
Phone: 512-570-0128
Fax: 512-570-0054

Wendell Mills
Campus Recruiter
wendell.mills@leanderisd.org
Phone: 512-570-0129



ALGObot STEM Education

Posted: 09-04-2019

 Instructor position for after school, weekends special Lego programs!!!

 
ALGObricks programs - Prestigious after school activities for elementary school children in the fields of engineering and science.
 
In these programs we will use motorized Lego and K’nex bricks to teach theoretical STEM subjects. After instructor’s short theoretical explanation, the children will start building motorized Lego models and K’nex to understand and implement the theory they`ve just learned.
 
Training will be provided.
 
Pay rate: start from 12$ per hour, will increase depends on experience and performance.
 
Requirements:
 
Must love working with children
Experience with child education and classroom management
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills
Proven track record of dependability and professionalism
Good interpersonal and rapport building skills, with students, parents and teachers.
Willing to work at least 5 hours per week, will have bonus when work consistently throughout school year
Available immediately
Ability to travel to schools
Expectations:
 
Teach 1-5 days a week during Monday – Friday, between 4:30pm to 5:30pm, or 5:30-6:30pm or Weekends one hour session or multiple sessions.
Inspire, engage and teach a group of up to 16 students
Take care of classroom and program materials (including daily set-up and clean up)
Job Type: Part-time
 


Contact Information:

Terri
Director
1124 Solder Field Drive
Sugarland, TX 77479
sugarland@algobricks.com
Phone: 281-623-4953



Sylvester Turner for Mayor Campaign Internship

Posted: 08-28-2019

 Come and intern with the 2019 Sylvester Turner for Mayor Campaign! 

 
The campaign is looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of political campaigns. This is a top tier campaign and one of the hottest races in the country. Hours are flexible with a small requirement. No experience necessary. 
 
You will walk out the door at the end of the internship knowing how to run a local field program and have an established network of political professionals.
 
The Sylvester Turner for Mayor Campaign internship program is designed to be an enriching educational experience, where participants will engage in daily field activities, learn from and have access to seasoned campaign staff, and hear from a variety of political guest speakers.


https://tinyurl.com/Fall2019intern

Contact Information:

Amanda Pope
houstoninternship19@gmail.com



Vampire Squid Labs

Posted: 08-27-2019

 After School Program Instructors Needed

 
We are looking for instructors for our after school program for the following topics: Science, Engineering, Robotics, Chess, Spanish, Mandarin, Art, and Piano. You do not need a background in teaching we will supply labs, materials and instruction. This position is for teaching K-5th grade students.
 
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.
 
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.
 
To apply please contact us at the email address below:
 
Monse Lozano
jobs@vampiresquidlabs.com


http://www.vampiresquidlabs.com

Contact Information:

Eugina Magana
Program Director
1502 Sawyer St Ste 212
Houston, TX 77007
jobs@vampiresquidlabs.com
Phone: 7133643210

Monse Lozano
Executive Director
monse@vampiresquidlabs.com
Phone: 713-364-3210



MOR by Lindsey Douglass, LLC

Posted: 08-27-2019

 We are seeking our very own Mary Poppins to be our nanny and tutor in Sugar Land.  My daughter is 7 years old and I am a single mother.  The perfect nanny for us has a good-hearted firmness, someone who instills a sense of wonder as well as a respect for limits.  (Magical powers not required ??)

 
We want someone who has a "Can Do" attitude. Our perfect nanny likes to have fun and is really hands on. Someone who will make learning fun for homework and tutoring where my daughter needs improvement. We want someone who will plan and participate in fun activities with my daughter. 
 
Must Have:
The nanny must be a non smoker, has own transportation, first aid trained, can swim, 
and can pass a background/drug test.
 
Light Housekeeping: 
I have a weekly house cleaner for deep cleaning, 
but need someone to straighten up each day and help with laundry. 
 
Cooking & Errands: 
A big plus if you are a great cook but not required. 
Will need to run errands and be willing to learn to cook as needed.
 
Tutoring Help: 
After school tutoring on areas she needs improvement. She has ADHD and needs a tutor that is patient, consistent, and compassionate. 
 
Schedule Details: 
Monday to Friday
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sugar Land, TX 


https://www.lindseydouglass.com/nanny-position

Contact Information:

Lindsey Douglass
Tutor/Nanny
Mailing: 2450 Louisiana Street, Suite 400 PMB 603
Houston, TX 77006
lindsey@raiseyourresults.com
Fax: 888-228-8991



Mad Science of Houston

Posted: 08-27-2019

 Mad Science of Houston is currently looking for after school instructors to teach science to school age children after school. We offer classes in Houston ISD, Katy ISD, Fort Bend ISD and private schools in the Houston area.

 
Requirements:
• Instructors should be fun, outgoing, and dependable
• Must have a working, reliable vehicle
• Paid childcare experience preferred
• Availability between 2pm and 6:30pm for at least 3 days
Perks:
• Paid training bonus
• Flexible Hours
• Great experience to put on a resume
• We also do birthday parties, morning workshops, booths and weekend work for anyone looking for additional work!
Compensation:
• $30 per class
• Travel compensation for certain locations
• Weekly stipend for equipment pick up and drop off.
 


http://houston.madscience.org

Contact Information:

Emma Perales
Human Resources
6300 Westpark Dr. Ste #500
Houston, TX 77057
events@madscienceofhouston.com
Phone: 713-663-7623
Fax: 713-663-7624

Ally Torres
Events Coordinator
events@madscienceofhouston.com
Phone: 713-663-7623
Fax: 7136637624



Workshop Houston

Posted: 08-27-2019

 Job Title: Scholar Shop Tutor

 
About this Position:
The Scholar Shop Tutor’s primary role is to participate in fulfilling the mission of Workshop Houston: to provide youth with creative, technical, and educational resources.  As Scholar Shop Tutor, you will have an integral role in supporting our students, academically and personally, and helping them connect their experience at Workshop Houston with what they are doing in school and in life.  To achieve this, you will be: 1) to provide academic support, tutoring and educational enrichment activities for our students and 2) serving and tracking meals from The Houston Food Bank.
 
About Scholar Shop:
The Scholar Shop is an academic support center and learning library which provides educational resources to students in Workshop Houston’s Middle and High School Program.  Students in Scholar Shop receive tutoring and assistance with school work, as well as participating in creative educational enrichment activities that help them develop a deep love of learning and see the many applications of their education. 
 
About Workshop Houston:
Workshop Houston’s mission is to provide youth with creative, technical and educational resources. Our vision is to lay the groundwork for a just society by creating a community that provides youth with support, expanded opportunities and alternative definitions of success. Workshop Houston has five shops that provide resources and support for young people: The Beat Shop (hip-hop music production), the Style Shop (fashion design) The Discovery Shop, (Science and Technology) and the Scholar Shop (tutoring and academic enrichment). See our website at www.workshophouston.org for more details.
 
Responsibilities:
 
Scholar Shop Operation
Act as a responsible and positive role model at all times; be a leader in creating constructive learning environment in the Scholar Shop.
Keep Scholar Shop clean, organized and stocked, including managing your annual equipment and materials budget. 
Serve Daily meals from The Houston Food Bank and document service
Work with volunteers and guest artists who may participate in the Scholar Shop’s programs.
Plan and coordinate periodic educational workshops and activities in the Scholar Shop to give students a sense of the fascinating breadth of knowledge in the world.
Keep all student attendance and other program data recorded and up-to-date in accordance to program policies.
Collect report cards/progress reports from all students at each grading period for student evaluations.  Use this information to help students succeed in areas where they are struggling. 
Ensure all participating eighth graders apply to multiple high schools, and all participating seniors apply for college or vocational school, so they can make an informed decision about continuing their education.  
Help develop a positive peer community where education is a way of life.
 
 
 
Other Responsibilities
Other activities as assigned or taken on and approved by the CEO.
Represent Workshop Houston positively and convey our mission.
            
Specific Knowledge
Strong grasp of basic math through geometry.
Strong grasp of reading and English grammar.
Strong writing skills.
Teaching experience a plus.
Strong understanding social, cognitive and behavioral of youth development issues.
 
Required Qualities
Minimum of College Enrollment or a Bachelors Degree.
A love of learning and sharing knowledge.
Strong commitment to youth education and the Workshop Houston Mission.
Interest in learning new skills.
Organized, able to schedule own time and to prioritize tasks.
Flexible, able to adapt to change quickly and make do with sometimes limited resources.
Team oriented, interested in collaborating and working closely with a tight-knit staff.
Consistent and pro-active in relationships with students and other staff.
 
*College Students and Teachers encouraged to apply*
 
Schedule
This is a part time position for 25/hrs a week.  You must be able to work 2:30 pm until 7:30 pm Monday.


http://www.workshophouston.org

Contact Information:

Roderick Tillman
Program Director
3030 Holman Street
Houston, TX 77004
bass@workshophouston.org
Phone: 346-307-7911
Fax: 713-807-7911

Zach Moser
CEO
TX zach@workshophouston.org
Phone: 713-807-7911



The Kensington School

Posted: 08-27-2019 QUEST Images

Want to gain more teaching experience by working at an actual preschool run by Directors who have their Masters in Education and Masters in Teaching?  The Kensington School has Full Time, Part Time, and After School Teacher positions and Assistant Teacher positions available right now.  Join a wonderful team of teachers who value education and are implementing today`s teaching techniques and strategies.  Get some more experience working with the TEKS and STEM philosophies right here in the Sugar Land/Richmond area!  Email us a resume at INFO@THEKENSINGTONSCHOOLTX.COM.  We look forward to you joining our team! 

 
The Kensington School is an Early Childhood Learning Center that provides all day care for children between the ages of six weeks and 6 years, as well as before and after school and summer programs for children Kindergarten up to 5th grade.
 
Our Philosophy
The Kensington School is a 21st Century Montessori that combines the best aspects of the Montessori philosophy with the use of technology and an emphasis on educational approaches and teaching skills that will prepare students for school, college, and careers of the 21st century. The Kensington School also integrates
cutting edge educational practices and brain based learning approaches.
 
Job Opportunities Available
The Lead Teacher position might be an excellent fit for individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. This includes individuals currently enrolled in college or graduate school who are interested in a long term career in childcare or education or individuals with experience in childcare who are looking to work in an environment that provides training and support to employees, ongoing professional development, and a positive work environment.
 
To Apply
Email us your Resume and an Interview will be scheduled.
We have immediate openings.
 
info@TheKensingtonSchoolTX.com
6410 Sansbury Blvd.
Richmond, TX 77469
(281) 232-4400
www.TheKensingtonSchoolTX.com
 


http://www.TheKensingtonSchoolTX.com

Contact Information:

Nadia Remtulla
Director
6410 Sansbury Boulevard
Richmond, TX 77469
info@thekensingtonschooltx.om
Phone: 281-232-4400
Fax: 281-783-2099



Camp Innovation II Inc

Posted: 08-27-2019

Camp Innovation II Inc is looking for an energetic, organized, punctual person that is a student in either the education department or related fields. Pay ranges from $10-$15/hour based on responsibility.

 

Duties:
- Assist children with homework 
- Help setup and breakdown afterschool area daily
- Light lesson planning
- Be a role model for children to look up to and follow your great example
- Play with the children in an active way including gym games and outside play
- Follow directions and execute lesson plans
- Be a team player with your fellow coworkers
- Be flexible to change roles within the program
- Work with children ages 3-13
- Speak to parents in a professional manner
- Carry yourself in a professional manner and wear uniform daily (shirt will be provided)
 
School is located in Eado at the historic Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School. 
Hours to be worked 2:45pm - 6pm Monday thru Friday. 
 
Please contact Joseph Sanchez at 832-859-6656 or email at jsanchez@campinnovationhouston.com
 


http://www.campinnovationhouston.com

Contact Information:

Joseph Sanchez
Owner
2405 Navigation blvd
Houston, TX 77003
jsanchez@campinnovationhouston
Phone: 832-859-6656