NEW - December 2015 graduates - David Carpenter, instructional technologist in FCPS, writes, “I am working to support my principal who is trying to hire a First Grade teacher. Our enrollment has increased to the point that we need to open an additional First Grade class. As a graduate of Curry, I told my principal that I would reach out to see if our job opening might be shared out to your pre-service teachers graduating in December and possibly to recent graduates. Our principal is Andy Camarda and our school is Lemon Road Elementary. He can be contacted at email@example.com.”
NEW - Nonprofit Youth Resource Coordinator, Responsible Outgoing College Students
Our client is a Nonprofit Organization whose mission and philosophy is to provide financial support for Military families in need of child care assistance. You will provide support for DoD/Military Child Care programs and be responsible for processing child care subsidy applications and maintaining relationships with military personnel, parents, and child care providers. Please see CavLink for more information.
NEW - The McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia seeks to hire a full-time professional to serve as an integral member of the Commerce Career Services (CCS) student advising team for their Assistant Director for Career Development position. As a member of a dynamic team committed to providing exceptional service to students and employers, the Assistant Director must be an innovative, enthusiastic and results-oriented team player. The Assistant Director for Career Development will assume a wide variety of individual and group advising, counseling, programming, and career placement responsibilities for both undergraduate and graduate students, and will have a special focus on the advising and programmatic needs of the graduate students in the M.S. in Accounting program.
For more information please visit the UVa jobs posting board and search for posting 0617708.
NEW - Roanoke College seeks qualified applicants for the position of Career and Professional Development Advisor. Reporting to the Director of Career and Professional Development, the successful candidate will possess a Master’s degree in Counseling or other related field, or prior experience in Career Services settings; have strong interpersonal, counseling and coaching skills; and effectively plan and deliver programming to a variety of groups; i.e., students, faculty, parents. Must effectively use advanced Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) functions, Google Drive and social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
General advising staff responsibilities include advising of students, outreach/presentations, assessment and professional development. A full job description can be reviewed by clicking here. To apply, submit a letter of introduction, resume and the names and contact information of three references by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applicants will begin immediately with an anticipated start date of January 4, 2016. Roanoke College supports diversity and affirmative action as an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application and more information available here.
NEW - For our December 2015 graduates:
Gwendolyn Watkins, Principal of Park View Elementary School writes, “Unfortunately, the sixth grade mathematics teacher at Park View Elementary School is resigning for personal reasons and I need to fill the position ASAP. Park View Elementary is a Title 1, urban school, located in the Hampton Roads area. The neighboring cities of Portsmouth, VA are Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, and Suffolk. If there is anyone interested in employment regarding the sixth grade mathematics teacher position, I may be contacted by telephone (757) 393-8647 or email email@example.com.”
Camp Galileo in California - Renée Colligan, a third year at UVA and now in her first year of the BMT Elementary Ed program here at Curry writes, “ I just wanted to let you know about this wonderful summer job opportunity that I was able to take advantage of this past summer. Last June through the beginning of August I worked as a Team Leader at Camp Galileo, an Innovation Summer Camp for Pre-K - 5th graders in California. The camp atmosphere was so energetic, positive and supportive for all kids and staff, and I was amazed by the science and art projects the kids completed every week. I definitely want to go back to work there next summer. If you're looking to work with kids this summer and would like to travel to "Sunny California," I highly recommend looking into Camp Galileo or Galileo Quest (5th-8th graders) and applying to one of the many camp locations all over the Bay Area. Check out the website for more info about different job positions offered and the Galileo mindset of being visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined, and reflective.
Teach In Bhutan seeks qualified teachers to fulfill one-year placements beginning January 2017. Preference given to primary specialists and high school math, science and English teachers. This is an opportunity to travel a world away and make a world of difference. Please visit their website for more information.
Prince William Country Public Schools - Curry student Thuy Vu writes, “My school in Prince William County Public Schools currently has some vacancies available. I think it would be a great opportunity for any December graduates. Please contact my principal, Susan Porter, at:
firstname.lastname@example.org. She can give you more details about the job openings.”