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  • Wednesday, September 04, 2019 8:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Science Teacher to work within our Science-Theatre Program

    The College Bound Program ( at Boston College is seeking to hire a science teacher to join the teaching staff starting in September of 2019. The successful candidate will co-teach with a theatre teacher in the science-theatre class section, where 7-9th grade youth will collectively write and produce performing arts pieces around social and environmental justice topics that are personally relevant to them. As a part of this process, students will be involved in (1) investigating and learning about social and environmental justice issues; (2) engaging in coding and engineering to create props, stage set, lighting and sound; and (3) developing performances that highlight stories that are important to them around a social and/or environmental justice topic of their choosing.

    The ideal candidate has teaching experience in urban middle school settings and is excited to co-plan with a teacher outside of their discipline in order to bring together science and theatre practices in a cohesive manner. In addition to planning and teaching with a theatre teacher, the successful candidate will be expected to work with project staff to ensure successful program implementation.

    The position is funded by a series of National Science Foundation (NSF) grants that includes a collaboration with theatre directors, playwrights, scientists, and educators in science and theatre.

    College Bound consists of approximately 18 Saturdays (8:30am-12pm) during the academic year and a 3-week summer program that takes place in July. The current rate of pay is $150/day for the Saturdays during the academic year and $200/day during the summer. To learn more about the Converge Science Theatre Project, please visit:

    How to apply

    The application for the science teacher position can be found online here: 

    Questions about the application process? Please contact Megan McKinley at

  • Wednesday, August 21, 2019 8:15 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Looking for science teacher for one afternoon a week, teaching a 3rd-4th class and a 5th-6th

    class, in a nature-based independent elementary school in Royalston Massachusetts. Prefer

    individual with science teacher experience, science background and teacher training. Curriculum

    is already developed by the school, and the right person will be mentored by the long-time

    science teacher. It requires a fair amount of prep. Be ready to take students out in the field

    regularly! No textbooks, it's all hands on, labs and observation.

    For the right person, this is a great opportunity to enter the science teaching field, or to renew

    science teaching after an absence.

    Send resume and references to

  • Monday, August 05, 2019 5:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Lesley University is looking for a qualified instructor to teach one section of PHYS 1104 Earth Science with Lab. Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00-6:30 PM. First class is Friday after Labor Day (9/6).

    This is a survey course in earth science, encompassing the disciplines of geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. The main unifying theme throughout the course is: The Earth as a System with numerous interacting components. Approximately one half of our class meetings will be devoted to geology: the study of the solid earth, its constituents, and the many processes that have contributed to its change over the past 4.6 billion years. Additional topics include: elements of weather, chemical and physical characteristics of the oceans, and the Universe of which we are a part.


    Masters level or higher in Earth Science or a closely related discipline, with college teaching experience required.

    Must be authorized to work in the United States; if you hold a visa, your visa status must allow you to work at Lesley University.

    Application Instructions:

    A cover letter, CV/resume, and contact information for two references must be included for full consideration, emailed to David Morimoto at

  • Friday, June 14, 2019 11:34 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Position Overview

    Under the direction of the Director of Education, the Manager of Adult Education is charged with attracting

    and serving a diverse population of new and existing adult audiences through a comprehensive suite of

    relevant and mission focused, learning opportunities. These learning experiences include interpretation,

    drop-in activities, lectures, author talks, workshops, symposia, classes, tours, trips, etc. on topics including

    horticultural therapy, horticulture, gardening, garden design, nature studies, floral design, art and craft,

    health and wellness, food and cooking, and more. The Manager of Adult Education oversees all aspects of

    program planning, development, implementation, and evaluation. The ideal candidate is strategic, creative,

    highly organized, and has extensive experience with adult program planning and logistics.

    Complete information can be found on this flyer.

  • Friday, June 14, 2019 11:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Plymouth State University (PSU) is transforming the campus to create a first-of-its-kind university holistically organized around integrated clusters. Our goal is to provide a dynamic interdisciplinary and innovative learning environment. Students, faculty, staff, and community will connect to solve real-world challenges that will benefit people and organizations at all levels. We are a residential and comprehensive university with a warm and engaged learning community focused on teaching excellence and regional engagement. The University is located in the heart of the Lakes Region and White Mountains of New Hampshire and serves approximately 4,300 undergraduate and more than 2,000 graduate students.

  • Monday, May 13, 2019 4:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Teens for Trees runs from late June through early August. Teens work 4-5 hours per day, Monday-Friday, in the streets of Watertown learning about and caring for trees. The stipend is $1000 for 120 hours of work. Interested? Apply here!

  • Wednesday, May 01, 2019 9:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is currently looking to hire a Science and Technology/Engineering Content Specialist. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in supporting teachers and administrators in a way that has broad implications across the state.

    The Science and Technology/Engineering Education Specialist will develop high-quality, standards-aligned resources, tools, and presentations for use by schools and districts across the Commonwealth. They will conduct analyses to determine school and district needs and to target assistance; facilitate networking activities and meetings across the state; and work with other programs and offices within the Agency to provide PK-12 Science and Technology/Engineering content support. The Specialist will work in the Department’s Center for Instructional Support, and in close collaboration with the Statewide System of Support.

    This position is posted on MassCareersCandidates who apply by May 1 will receive competitive priority in the hiring process. 

  • Monday, April 22, 2019 10:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School has an opportunity for a dynamic Chemistry teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. We are looking for a reflective practitioner who enjoys working with colleagues and loves working with high school students. The Chemistry curriculum uses contextualized, inquiry-based investigations to build student understanding. Students are assessed through a variety of methods with the goal of supporting and challenging each student.

    Complete information can be found on the position announcement.

    Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School

    15 Mulligan Dr.

    South Hadley, MA 01075

  • Monday, April 08, 2019 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The Northeastern University Marine Science Center is recruiting for our Beach Sisters Fellowship. See details below/attached. Please share as you are able!


    Since 1967, Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center (MSC) has generated outstanding teaching and research in the marine sciences, and interacts with the public via our Outreach Program, which reaches ~10,000 people per year through various educational programs and events. The MSC and Girls Inc. of Lynn have developed the Beach Sisters program in order to pair the resources of an informal science education center with a community-based organization, to help pave the way for girls living in an environmental justice community to develop scientific inquiry and citizenship skills, and to learn about studies and careers in marine science. The Fellow will be responsible for coordinating and implementing the Beach Sisters program including mentoring six teen Peer Leaders and working with them to plan and deliver marine/environmental science after school programs to and participate in environmental service learning projects in the community.

    Click here for the full service description and application instructions.

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019 3:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Buckingham Browne & Nichols

    Job Posting Notice

    Position Open:   Middle School Science Teacher

    Date Posted:  February 2019              Date available:  Fall 2019

    Department:  Middle School Science

    Contact Information:

    Questions about this position should be emailed to: - (Please, no phone calls/e-mails to Head’s office and/or HR.)

    Job Summary

    BB&N is seeking an experienced, full-time science teacher to teach seventh and eighth grade science. The candidate hired will teach three to four classes and work in our co-curricular/ Advisory program, advise students and support student programs, such as science club. Additional responsibilities will vary according to current program need and new initiatives. The science program in grade seven introduces students to topics in physics (forces, motion and energy), while science in the eighth grade explores the general principles of chemistry. Both classes incorporate hands-on activities and independent projects, and technology is infused throughout the curriculum.  

    About BB&N

    BB&N, a coeducational day school in Cambridge, MA, was established in 1974 by the merger of two independent schools, the Buckingham School and the Browne & Nichols School, founded respectively in 1889 and 1883. Located on multiple campuses, we work as one School in pursuit of excellence. We celebrate the diversity of our community, which enriches our daily experience. At BB&N we foster intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and a deep concern and respect for others.


    The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in laboratory or environmental science or a related field, a masters' degree in education or science and experience teaching middle school science. A strong background in technology is required.

    In addition, the candidate will demonstrate the following:

    • Passion for working with middle school aged students

    • Commitment to promoting a growth mindset

    • Capacity to communicate effectively with students, parents and colleagues

    • Excellent writing skills

    • Warmth and a positive spirit

    • Collaborative and flexible approach to working with colleagues

    • High standards of professional conduct

    • Commitment to fostering an inclusive community

    To Apply: Please visit the employment opportunities page at or click complete your online application.  Please upload your Cover Letter, Resume, Personal Statement and Reference List as a single combined Document.

    Buckingham Browne & Nichols School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, gender, national origin or ancestry, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any non-job related physical or mental disability. We welcome candidates who will increase our diversity; we encourage candidates of color to apply.

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