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Achievement First Opportunities

Achievement First is committed to constant growth and reflection for our teachers--and we want to share that learning with the broader education reform community. We have created an exciting new section of our website to share hundreds of proven classroom and professional development resources found in our 19 public charter schools. From elementary school lesson plans to high school math guides, these tools can help take your students' craft to the next level.

Check it out:

Join a Virtual Information Session
Join us for a Virtual Information Session hosted by an Achievement First talent recruiter and a current teacher or school leader. We will discuss:
Achievement First's history, mission and core values
Training and professional development opportunities
Various opportunities to join our team for the 2011-12 school year
Application process and qualities of a successful candidate

Leadership Opportunities with Achievement First
March 16, 2011; 8:00-9:00 p.m. EST
RSVP Here:
Teaching Opportunities with Achievement First
March 22, 2011; 8:00-9:00 p.m. EST
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Calling All Rising Second-Year Teachers: Become a Summer Teaching Resident
The Achievement First Summer Teaching Residency provides rising second-year educators with the opportunity to teach at a high-performing urban charter school in Connecticut or New York for the summer. "The Summer Teaching Residency represents the best of all worlds: small classes, consistently phenomenal professional development, and an opportunity to work with an incredibly smart, energetic, and dedicated staff. If you're looking for consistent feedback, concrete strategies to immediately improve your craft, and exceptional resources to bring to your own classroom in the fall, you MUST apply." - Justin Taylor, 2010 Summer Teaching Resident
Read our Summer Teaching Residency job description here:

Deadline to apply is April 8! SPACE IS VERY LIMITED
Apply online!

Achievement First is Hiring!
For the 2011-12 school year we will hire over 200 amazing teachers and school leaders throughout our Brooklyn and Connecticut schools!

In addition we have several openings for December graduates that have teaching experience- these positions can be viewed here:

Some of our Current Openings Include:
-Director of ELA Achievement, K-4and 5-8 (NY or CT)
-Elementary, Middle, High School Teacher Interns (Brooklyn, NY)
-Middle School Social Worker (Bridgeport, CT)
-High School ELA Teacher (Brooklyn, NY)
-1st Grade Teacher (Brooklyn, NY)
-Middle School Math Teacher (Brooklyn, NY)
-Middle School Science Teacher (Brooklyn, NY)

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