Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Ocean Literacy Summit
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Middle School Long term science substitute
Lexington Public School Lexington Public Schools in Lexington Ma is looking for a middle school science teacher starting immediately Nov 1- Jan 3. Full time grade 8. Contact Valerie Franks for further information @ firstname.lastname@example.org
New England Science & Sailing Position Summary: The NESS Educator will help New England Science & Sailing Foundation (NESS) achieve its goal of world class instruction and innovative programming and partnerships. As part of NESS’s world class program staff, NESS Educators merge inquiry based learning with innovative programming to guide students on their personal journeys of discovery. This position develops lessons, implements NESS’s programs, and assists in maintaining program-related equipment. NESS Educators are on the front lines of providing NESS’s high-quality programs and maintaining NESS’s strong culture of safety. This is a great opportunity for a passionate, motivated individual to be an integral part of this vibrant, growing organization. Programs include academic year classes and summer programs, primarily for Pre-K-12 youth. You must be motivated, able to work within a team as well as on your own, and have proven skills working with children. This full-time, year-round position reports to a NESS Program Director.
The NESS Educator: • Develops innovative lessons that contribute to NESS Curricula • Implements engaging hands-on curriculum that is difficult to replicate in the classroom • Is knowledgeable about all NESS programs and serves as an ambassador for NESS when dealing with NESS’s constituents • Exhibits a strong culture of safety, environmental stewardship, and customer service • Is comfortable working with all age groups and abilities • Can operate with a high degree of awareness and knowledge related to assigned responsibilities
Founding 5th Grade Science Teacher 2022-2023 - Rhode Island Providence, Rhode Island
Excel Academy Charter School Rhode Island Duties & Responsibilities
Teach Science to our Founding class of 5th grade students; Collaborate with department members on curriculum refinement and implementation; Design and implement rigorous assessments that evaluate student mastery of academic standards; Create a safe learning environment for all students by implementing Excel’s strategies and best practices with consistency; Provide coverage as needed during non-instructional time; Serve as a productive member of the Excel Academy community; and Do whatever it takes to ensure the mission of the school is upheld.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Understand how your identity markers (including race, class, and gender) impact your leadership; Demonstrate understanding and respect for the cultures and languages of our communities; Solicit and welcome collaboration and feedback from colleagues, students, families and the surrounding community; Understand the impact of historical and structural racism and use this lens in your decision-making; and Take action to demonstrate personal reflections and growth/be responsive to feedback and lessons learned.
Qualifications A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree is preferred; Rhode Island certified or in the process of obtaining certification. You can learn more here: https://www.ride.ri.gov/TeachersAdministrators/EducatorCertification/RICertificationRequirementsandApplications.aspx A commitment to and belief in all students and the mission of Excel Academy Charter Schools, including Excel’s values and educational model; A commitment to addressing racial and economic inequity in education; The ability to focus and thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment; The ability to work effectively in a team environment and the willingness and desire to support others in doing their best work; An openness to change, a willingness to problem-solve, and an interest in receiving feedback for continuous improvement
Blue Ocean Society Summer Internships-Please share outside of conference!
Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated people to join us for 12 week sessions throughout the year. This is a fun and exciting opportunity to experience the daily challenges of studying wild marine life on the ocean in all weather conditions and also interact with and inspire the public to take action to protect marine life. Note: this is an unpaid position and you must provide your own housing and reliable transportation.
Seasonal Camp Director - SummerQuest at The Crane Estate
The Trustees The Camp Director (CD) is a seasonal role requiring full time commitment from late May through Labor Day, and part-time commitment (5-10 flexible hrs./wk.) for certain weeks in the winter/spring. The CD is responsible for directing and overseeing the daily activities of camp, supervising staff, managing enrollment and parent communications, and fostering a safe and fun camp environment. The CD is also responsible for inventory, licensure/inspection, camp management software, staff training, gathering parent/staff feedback, and setting up/breaking down all camp spaces. The CD takes the lead in building a strong camp community, empowering educators to contribute collaboratively to the development of camp activities, and overseeing the development, scheduling, and implementation of camp activities. The CD is supervised by the Education Manager, and works closely with the Camp Lead Educator, who serves as an assistant/substitute Director as needed.
SummerQuest is set at the magnificent Crane Estate in Ipswich, MA, a property of The Trustees. The Estate sprawls over 2,100 acres of dunes, barrier beach, tidepools, pine forests, salt marsh, and grassy fields. We strive to instill the values of environmental education and land stewardship in our campers, while having fun exploring these varied environments. A variety of families attend camp from the North Shore area, and we work with community organizations to help broaden our constituency. Each week at SummerQuest is based around a different “quest” theme, from marine mania to a week of wizarding to survival skills on a deserted island.
For more information, check out our website at https://thetrustees.org/program/summerquest-at-the-crane-estate-ipswich/