With summer coming to an end, it’s time for scarves and all things pumpkin-scented. But perhaps most importantly, it’s back-to-school season! Whether you’re looking for a teaching job or want to spend some time volunteering in the education sector, here are seven organizations searching for new talent!
GO Project is currently seeking teachers and volunteers to help out with their Saturday program. These programs are offered year-round for children and families in low-income neighborhoods in the New York City Public School System, supporting students as they excel academically, emotionally, and socially.
The Worcester Refugee Assistance Project is seeking volunteers to support their mission of helping refugees in the Worcester, MA area by offering mentoring, advocacy services, and more to ensure refugees are able to settle into their new homes as smoothly as possible.
Johns Hopkins University Center for Educational Research partners with Baltimore Public Schools and youth-serving nonprofits to inspire and help students pursue STEM education and careers.
Homework Central serves 3rd through 5th-grade students in the San Mateo-Foster City Unified School District by offering students after school homework help (with healthy snacks!).
The Rutgers University Foundation supports Rutgers University in providing their students with education, research, and public service opportunities.
Chicago Children’s Museum provides a community where children can learn while they play. Children can play their way through exhibits all while learning history, STEM, art, and more.
Sarah Lawrence College is a small liberal arts college that offers students the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty in smaller classes. SLC prepares students to take on the world independently and creatively.
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