Availability from July 2 – August 3 (8:30 a.m. – noon)
Must hold Michigan Secondary Certification in Science (Integrated science or multiple discipline endorsement is preferred)
ESL endorsement is a plus!
Teach students from Cesar Chavez Academy HS and Western International HS at WSU
Budget for supplies will be provided
Lunch provided daily
Freedom to create your own curriculum
Details of the position below:
Muskegon ISD is hiring a STEM and PBL Education Specialist:
The MAISD STEM (science, technology, engineering and technology) and PBL (Project Based Learning) Education Specialist assists districts in the development of K-12 STEM programs, providing guidance for the design, implementation, and evaluation phases. The Specialist provides technical assistance to principals, counselors, and teachers as they develop curricula and instructional models that integrate traditional science, technology, engineering, and mathematics content in ways that connect career education through the lens of project-based and place-based education. The Specialist provides job-embedded professional learning and instructional supports to teachers, and serves as a liaison between the MAISD, local districts, and STEM industries in the region.
To see more about this position and to apply, please visit our website: http://www.muskegonisd.org/jobs/
To: Certified Chemistry Teachers
From: Warren Cousino High School, Attn: Bradley Perkins, Principal
Re: Long Term Sub Position
I am looking for a Long Term Chemistry Teacher for 4th quarter at Cousino High School. Please feel free to contact me at 586-224-0595 or 586-698-4201 if interested. Thank You!
This position is responsible for providing educational leadership and performing duties necessary for the successful delivery of Special Education and related services in a center-based setting. The incumbent oversees the daily operations of the Hillside Learning and Behavior Center, which includes three programs at two sites.
The Summer Math and Science Honors (SMASH) Academy, is a free of cost, residential college preparatory program for underrepresented high school students of color interested in STEM. 100% of SMASH scholars graduate from high schools and 93% have completed college. According to U.S. News and World Report, “Perhaps the most ambitious program to encourage African American and Latino students in STEM fields is the SMASH Academy run by the Level Playing Field Institute.”
With sites at Stanford, UCLA, UC-Berkeley, UC-Davis, and Morehouse, SMASH Academy is expanding to Wayne State this summer!
Check out a few more facts on SMASH as it celebrates 15 years!
- Proven Impact: SMASH is a 3-year STEM acceleration summer residential and academic year program that works: check out our impressive alumni outcomes at http://www.lpfi.org/research/smash-impact/.
- Free of Cost: SMASH is a free program – equivalent to a $24,000 scholarship.
- Nationwide: SMASH is continuing to expand to serve more students across the nation. In addition to our existing sites at Berkeley, Stanford, UCLA, Davis, and Morehouse College, we will be opening two
new sites in 2018: Wayne State University and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
How can you and other adults get involved with SMASH Wayne State?
We’re seeking undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals for seasonal positions. Apply yourself or tell a colleague. Visit lpfi.org/jobs for more info and apply by April 13!
- Computer Science Instructor
- Math I Instructor
- Biology Instructor
- Design Thinking Instructor
- Writing Instructor
- Head Residential Advisor (can be an undergrad or grad student)
- Wellness Advisor (experience with counseling or SEL)
- Residential Advisors (can be undergrad or grad students)
For questions please contact John Ray, Site Director of SMASH Wayne State, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the below posting for additional information:
Classification: University Counselor I – Career Planning
The successful candidate will have experience and expertise in the areas of career planning, career counseling theory and technique, and the various career-related online interests, skills, and values inventories. In addition, the position serves all student academic disciplines and degree levels with an emphasis on still deciding freshman and sophomore students to support their academic success. A close relationship with the campus-community is essential along with a special focus on partnerships between Career Services, unit academic advisors, the University Advising Center and other student support offices on campus with a special focus on pre-health careers.
- Provide systematic support for students and alumni regarding career, employment, and academic-related goals and objectives
- Serve and support career planning programs and services
- Establish and develop strong presence with the University Advising Center, academic advising council, the general university academic advising community, and interact with such on an ongoing basis with a special focus on pre-health careers
- Develop, foster, and disseminate career planning-related services throughout the university
- Maintain and support online interactive student career planning inventory systems
- Provide supplementary support for career planning-related employment programming
- Maintain and support online interactive student/employer/staff data system (Handshake)
- Develop collaborations and relationships with faculty/staff, employers, and colleagues
- Gather information and data relative to ongoing and annual reporting
- Provide informational input and support for career-planning website tab
- Assist Director with unit assessment initiatives
- Perform related duties as assigned
- Master’s degree in appropriate discipline, i.e., Counseling, Psychology, Instructional Technology, etc.
- Experience in the career services arena within a higher education environment
- Experience and knowledge of career development and planning theory
- Experience and knowledge in the delivery of online career planning inventories
- Proven ability with MS-Office and related IT software
- Ability to establish positive professional relationships with students, employers, faculty/staff, and colleagues
- Demonstrated abilities and skills with oral and written communication
- Experience working with diverse student populations
- Perform work in accordance with established attendance and performance standards
- State of Michigan Licensed Professional Counselor certification
- Affiliations with career planning-related professional organizations
- Ability and willingness to establish and participate in campus-wide committees and initiatives
To be considered for this position, applicants must apply online at:
Questions may directed to:
Nannette McCleary, University Counselor III
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202