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Position Opening: Humanities Teacher

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Full Time, Middle School (5th-8th Grades)

Description: Humanities at Friends School combines language arts and social studies into thematic content based on our school's mission. Humanities teachers work collaboratively with the middle school team to engage students across the curriculum. The middle school is dynamic and strong; teachers work together to help students develop socially and academically. Active participation in the full range of middle school program is expected, including trip and extracurricular chaperoning. See FSM website for more information about the curriculum and program (www.fsmn.org).

Requirements:
• Deep understanding of and commitment to progressive education and Quaker values
• 3-5 years middle school teaching experience in language arts and social studies
• Experience with and commitment to collaborating with colleagues in middle school setting
• Deep knowledge of and experience with a writing workshop process approach
• Strong knowledge of middle school level literature
• Experience with reading instruction at the middle school level
• Experience teaching in mixed-age, mixed-ability middle school setting

Preferred:
• Language arts license at middle school level
• Experience teaching, coaching, or facilitating middle school extracurricular programs
• Bus driver license
• Advanced degree in education

To apply, submit the following to Lili Herbert, Head of School (mail or email head@fsmn.org):
1. Completed application form (on website)
2. Resume
3. A one to three page statement of your educational philosophy
4. Three letters of reference (at least one from a supervisor from the last two years)


Applications due by May 31, 2011.

DESCRIPTION:
Marketing, also commonly known as Brand Management, is the moving force behind our business. You will begin your career in Marketing as an Assistant Brand Manager on a brand group that typically includes a Brand Manager and two or three Assistant Brand Managers. The Brands will be in one of our consumer, pharmaceutical, or commercial sectors. From your first day on the job, you will be given immediate responsibility and be expected to build your part of the business as if it were your own. It is your opportunity to be an entrepreneur and lead a multi-functional business team, while still having all the resources of P&G behind you. In Marketing, you will develop, produce and market superior products to a global community, using numerous strategies and innovative techniques.

Your career progression depends entirely on you. You will have the opportunity to follow several different career paths, the two most common paths lead to General Management or to Marketing Mastery. Whichever path you choose, you will progress to positions with increasing levels of responsibility that fully utilize your skills and capabilities. You will become part of a world-class community of brand builders who market brands that consumers can't imagine living without.

QUALIFICATIONS:
DEGREE/MAJORS: MBA, BS or BA Any Major

Candidates must be a U.S. citizen or national, permanent resident, refugee or asylee, or temporary resident under the legalization program of the 1986 Immigration Act.

Procter & Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for this position. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas that in Procter & Gamble's sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds.

Procter & Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.

HOW TO APPLY:
1. Go to www.experiencepg.com to learn more about the opportunities available. Click 'Search Jobs'
2. When the page refreshes, enter MKT00002288 to begin the process and click 'Go'.
3. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on the Job Title.
4. Review the Job Description and Qualifications and click the "Apply Online" button.

Current Employment Opportunities

School of Professional Studies
Department of Education and Educational Psychology
Assistant Professor in Reading, Literacy or Language Arts
One Year Special Appointment
Academic Year 2011 - 2012


The Education & Educational Psychology seeks applicants for a one year full-time non-tenure track position as Assistant Professor teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in reading and literacy; participate in student advisement; department and university service, research and scholarship.

Required qualifications:
1) Earned doctorate in Reading, Literacy or Language Arts.
2) A minimum of five years PK-6 classroom teaching experience as a reading, literacy or language arts teacher.
3) State certification in reading, literacy or language arts;
4) Expertise in one the following: literacy coaching, remedial reading, literacy instruction using digital technology or emergent literacy.
5) Three years full time university teaching experience in reading, literacy or language arts;
6) Record of scholarly activity (referred publications/national presentations) in reading, literacy or language arts.

Preferred qualifications:
1) Expertise in literacy assessment and interventions with ESL/Bi-lingual students.
2) Remediation of PK-6 students with literacy needs.
3) Experience teaching reading, literacy or language arts in urban school districts;

Application process:
Please submit a letter of interest, current curriculum vita, copies of official transcripts and contact information of three professional references to:

Dr. Theresa Canada, Chair E&EP Department
Western Connecticut State University
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Review of applications will begin on xxxxxxxxxx. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Responsibilities:

The Elementary Spanish Teacher/Coordinator, in consultation with others, will be responsible for developing a comprehensive, articulated FLEX (K) - FLES (1-2) program for our elementary students based on ACTFL proficiency standards. S/he will motivate students to develop the necessary skills and enthusiasm for language acquisition, and provide rich, instructional experiences as a foundation for the introduction of world languages and cultures in general and the Spanish language and its cultures in particular. Working with classroom and specialist teachers, s/he will integrate vocabulary and concepts from other academic areas into the curriculum so that the language acquisition process does not exist as a discrete entity, but rather becomes part of the larger school experience for our students. This teacher will possess a passion for language teaching and acquisition as well as an excitement for promoting the program, evidenced by interactions with students, colleagues, parents, and the community at large.

Desired Qualifications:

* Current Minnesota licensure in K-12 Spanish
* Demonstrable native/near native fluency in both written and spoken Spanish
* Knowledge of elementary teaching methodology, child development, and language acquisition principles
* Skills necessary to create, develop, and promote a comprehensive K-2 FLEX/FLES program
* Ability to articulate and manage the program development process for a new elementary curriculum and world language center
* Experience with a wide range of teaching, class management, and assessment strategies and the ability to apply them in an elementary classroom setting
* In-depth comprehension of all national (ACTFL) standards for Spanish and the capacity to assess and communicate student progress to parents and others
* Ability and commitment necessary to develop and continuously improve world language curriculum for elementary students at various grade levels
* Willingness to work with other district world language teachers in assuring a well-articulated District-wide world languages program
* Enthusiasm for promoting the elementary FLEX/FLES program with all program stakeholders
* Strong oral and written interpersonal communication and presentational skills
* Interest in working cooperatively with classroom teachers and others to integrate content area concepts and vocabulary into the world languages curriculum
* Understanding of and willingness to differentiate instruction, as needed, for multiple learning styles and abilities
* Flexibility
* Ability to utilize and infuse technology into the classroom

Contact Information:

Dr. Connie Fladeland

Principal

Schuman Elementary School

cfladeland@orono.k12.mn.us

Teaching in the Tropics!

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Teachers-Teachers.com and the Hawaii Department of Education are pleased to announce immediate employment opportunities for special education, math and science teachers!

Would you like to live and work on an island with year-round sunshine and warm tropical breezes? Do you have a yearning to explore a new and exciting way of life? Do you hold or are you eligible for a Hawaii teaching certification in special education, math or science or do you hold current National Board Certification? If you answered yes to these questions, I'd love to talk to you about teaching in Hawaii.

The Hawaii DOE is currently seeking qualified special education, math and science classroom teachers through Teachers-Teachers.com for the 2011-2012 school year. To be considered for an interview, send your Teachers-Teachers.com application to Hawaii@teachers-teachers.com.

If you're ready to choose a beautiful setting unlike any other in the world, I'd love to help you learn more about teaching and living in Hawaii! Visit our site: http://www.teachers-teachers.com/r?HAWAII to learn more. Here you will find answers to questions about licensure, the application process and exciting details about the Hawaiian lifestyle.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity....paradise awaits!

Position Opening: Humanities Teacher

Full Time, Middle School (5th-8th Grades)

Description: Humanities at Friends School combines language arts and social studies into thematic content based on our school's mission. Humanities teachers work collaboratively with the middle school team to engage students across the curriculum. The middle school is dynamic and strong; teachers work together to help students develop socially and academically. Active participation in the full range of middle school program is expected, including trip and extracurricular chaperoning. See FSM website for more information about the curriculum and program (www.fsmn.org).

Requirements:
• Deep understanding of and commitment to progressive education and Quaker values
• 3-5 years middle school teaching experience in language arts and social studies
• Experience with and commitment to collaborating with colleagues in middle school setting
• Deep knowledge of and experience with a writing workshop process approach
• Strong knowledge of middle school level literature
• Experience with reading instruction at the middle school level
• Experience teaching in mixed-age, mixed-ability middle school setting

Preferred:
• Language arts license at middle school level
• Experience teaching, coaching, or facilitating middle school extracurricular programs
• Bus driver license
• Advanced degree in education

To apply, submit the following to Lili Herbert, Head of School (mail or email head@fsmn.org):
1. Completed application form (on website)
2. Resume
3. A one to three page statement of your educational philosophy
4. Three letters of reference (at least one from a supervisor from the last two years)


Applications due by May 31, 2011.

LINCOLN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
2123 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55404

1.0 FTE Mathematics Teacher Position Open

Lincoln International High School is accepting resumes for a full time Math teacher for the 2011-2012 academic school year.
• Experience working with English Language Learners from diverse backgrounds.
• Ability to develop and implement curriculum and instructional strategies to meet the needs of all students.
• Ability to work collaboratively across content areas.
• Strong knowledge of MN Mathematics Standards
• Strong oral and written communication skills required.
• Experience and/or desire to develop skills in literacy development and reading instruction for English Learners.

1.0 FTE Physical Science Teacher Position Open

Lincoln International High School is accepting resumes for a full time Physical Science teacher for the 2011-2012 academic school year.
• Experience working with English Language Learners from diverse backgrounds.
• Ability to develop and implement curriculum and instructional strategies to meet the needs of all students.
• Ability to work collaboratively across content areas.
• Strong knowledge of MN Science Standards
• Strong oral and written communication skills required.
• Experience and/or desire to develop skills in literacy development and reading instruction for English Learners.

1.0 FTE English as a Second Language Teacher Position Open

Lincoln International High School is accepting resumes for a full time ESL teacher for the 2011-2012 academic school year.
• Experience working with English Language Learners from diverse backgrounds.
• Experience using Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model to facilitate high quality instruction for ELs in content area teaching.
• Ability to develop and implement curriculum and instructional strategies to meet the needs of all students.
• Ability to work collaboratively across content areas.
• Familiarity with MN Academic standards for English Language Learners (WIDA)
• Strong oral and written communication skills required.
• Experience and/or desire to develop skills in literacy development, reading instruction, screening and progress monitoring assessments for English Learners.

Lincoln International High School was founded in 2007 and is a state charter school.

Application Instructions:
Applicants should email a cover letter, resume, copy of teaching license, and three letters of recommendation to Kelly Schwartzbauer, Academic Coordinator, kellys@lincolnihs.org.

Skyhawks seeking coaches

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Please check out this great opportunity for coaching with the Skyhawks!Skyhawks - Minnesota 2011 Summer Job Description.pdf


Greetings Graduates!

Check out the list of employers attending the upcoming You've Graduated, What Now? Event. Below highlights just some of the employers that have recruited CEHD students and graduates in the past. This is not a career fair, but rather a great opportunity to practice your networking skills and develop key contacts in these organizations.

Northwest Youth and Family Services -Mentoring Plus is a program that is part of a larger non-profit, Northwest Youth and Family Services. They are currently looking to hire Mentors to work one-on-one with youth ages 7-16 who have either a mental or behavioral diagnostic assessment in Ramsey County. This is a paid position that provides mentors with a rich experience and youth development knowledge

Ameriprise Financial has a 115-year history of building long-lasting, personal client-advisor relationships. Ameriprise mission is to help clients plan for their goals and dreams. They run a great program for recent graduates and have had a history of recruiting candidates from CEHD for HR positions and marketing opportunities. Currently, they have listings for over 71 jobs in the metro area alone on their job board. That does not count their positions throughout the whole state.

YMCA -The mission of the YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis is to develop the total person-spirit, mind and body-through character development programs that build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Most recently, the YMCA has been recruiting for the following positions and specifically reaching out to the CEHD community. They are for their Senior Fitness Coordinator and Compensation Analyst/HR Generalist positions.

MN Twins- Home of Minnesota's major league baseball team, the Twins will be at the event to network with graduates about the opportunities with their organization.

Timberwolves- Employee of the MN Timberwolves and alum of CEHD will be at the event to represent the Timberwolves. He would like to share his insight with graduates about breaking into a position within the NBA business

Pathways to Community is recruiting for several positions within their organization. They are growing more and more each day. Remember to check in with them to learn more about their Human Resource position, Program Coordinator, and Youth Programming opportunities.

Target Corporation is no stranger to the U of MN campus and they are excited to connect with you. In the past, Target has recruited CEHD students and graduates for positions in Human Resources, management, and marketing. Interested on how you can make your mark on the bullseye? Come connect with the target recruiters at this sensational event.


Event details:

You've Graduated, What Now?

Wednesday, May 25
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3rd Floor Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)

This intensive seminar will equip you to search for a job in a recovering economy. Get the scoop on how to conduct a creative job search, craft an outstanding resume and interview effectively. Gain LinkedIn knowledge and networking tips from Judy Zimmer, an engaging and candid effectiveness coach. Plus - practice networking with actual employers, including reps from:


Complete List of Employers:
Abacus Home Tutoring

Aerotek

American Marketing & Publishing

Ameriprise Financial

Buckle

CHS

CH Robinson

Coca Cola

Comcast

Epicor Software

Kraft Foods

MN Reading Corps

MN Timberwolves

MN Twins

Northwestern Mutual Financial

Northwest Youth and Family Services

Parker Hannifin

Pathways to Community

Rise

State of Minnesota

YMCA

And more!


This is a special event for all U of M seniors and recent grads who are serious about their job search. (You can attend if your graduation date is between December 2010 and August 2011).

$10 to participate and lunch is included.

Registration is required by noon on Monday, May 23 - sign up via GoldPASS at http://goldpass.umn.edu - click on "Career Events" and search for "What Now". Carlson students register via The Edge.

Questions? Contact your college career center or Liz Hruska, at 612-624-2172.


Position: Mentoring Plus MENTOR
Worksite: NW Ramsey County and St. Paul
Office is
NYFS, 3490 Lexington Ave N. #205
Shoreview, MN. 55126
Job Status: Part time Eligible for Benefits: No
Exempt: No Budget Responsibilities: None
Supervisor Mai Xiong Pay is $15 per hour + mileage
Purpose of Position: To increase the stability of youth experiencing personal and social
at- risk circumstances by improving their utilization of and interest in community
activities, services and resources.
Qualifications (Education, Experience, Abilities)

Bachelor's degree in psychology, family social science, social work preferred

Completing degree acceptable...2 years of related experience minimum

Ability to work independently while utilizing supervision

Working understanding of issues related to youth development and mental health
diagnoses

Ability to establish relationships that empower youth and families

Knowledge of Ramsey County resources

Ability to access free and low cost community events and activities

Must have car and valid MN driver's license

Must be able to communicate effectively in verbal and written form

Basic computer skills (word processing, e-mail)

Must be active with a healthy lifestyle

Job Responsibilities/Principal Duties:
MENTOR
Develop and maintain positive relationship with mentee
6 MONTH COMMITMENT - 3 HOURS PER WEEK
Develop activity and resource plans in advance
Proactively engage supportive services
Transport youth safely in your vehicle
CASE MANAGEMENT
Assess youth needs in cooperation with county and NYFS caseworkers
Review established goals and develop action plans to be consistent with diagnostic
assessments and any treatment plans
Support caseworkers in execution of plans
Maintain case notes
Actively participate in individual supervision and group consultation
Maintain accurate statistical data and case records
COMMUNITY BUILDING
Participate in all required trainings, consultations
Participate in community initiatives that benefit the needs of youth in the program
Assist NYFS staff as they develop Mentoring Plus opportunities with other mentors
Occasional speakers bureau and public speaking opportunities
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
Abide by policies and procedures of NYFS.
Participate in NYFS public relations and marketing efforts, including representing
NYFS at community functions as requested
Abide by NYFS Core Values
Develop and maintain sensitivity to employee diversity in the work place and
Develop cultural competence related to services provided.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
To apply for this position, please e-mail a PDF, Word, or text-formatted resume to
mai@nyfs.org, fax (651) 486-3858 (Attn: Mai X.) or download application materials at
www.nyfs.org.
NYFS provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.
We are committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, training, and
promotion of persons based on merit, qualifications, and competence. We do not discriminate based on
race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, place of
residence, political affiliation, veterans status, or status with regard to public assistance, or any other class
protected by local, state, or federal law. NYFS provides reasonable accommodations to qualified
individuals with disabilities upon request.

Just wanted to let you know both GCN and ISE have both posted internship positions for this fall. The positions will be closing on June 10. Here are the Job ID #s and position titles on GoldPASS:


63045/Event Management Intern

63046/Leadership Training Program Intern

63047/Program Intern

63048/Program Intern

www.goldpass.umn.edu

YMCA is hiring a Senior Fitness Coordinator

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MN Valley YMCA for a Senior Fitness Coordinator. For candidates to be considered please have them apply here: https://wfa.kronostm.com/index.jsp?SRCSEQ=postingSearchResults&locale=en_US&applicationName=YMCAKTMDReqExt&SEQ=jobDetails&POSTING_ID=15403481146 or visit http://careers.ymcatwincities.org

You've Graduated, What Now? Event

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You've Graduated, What Now?

Wednesday, May 25
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3rd Floor Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)

This intensive seminar will equip you to search for a job in a recovering economy. Get the scoop on how to conduct a creative job search, craft an outstanding resume and interview effectively. Gain LinkedIn knowledge and networking tips from Judy Zimmer, an engaging and candid effectiveness coach. Plus - practice networking with actual employers!

This is a special event for all U of M seniors and recent grads who are serious about their job search. (You can attend if your graduation date is between December 2010 and August 2011).

$10 to participate and lunch is included.

Registration is required - sign up via GoldPASS at http://goldpass.umn.edu - click on "Career Events" and search for "What Now". Carlson students please register via The Edge.

Questions? Contact your college career center or Liz Hruska, at 612-624-2172.

Linkup: Peer mentoring program

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Sophomore, juniors, and seniors, we would like to invite you to become a part of a new mentor program, Link-Up! Last fall marked the beginning this campus-wide program aimed to help first-year students become acclimated to our huge, beautiful campus.

It is easy for first year students to begin their journey and have no idea which direction to head. We all know the sky is the limit for opportunities here at the U. Our goal is to help first-year students adjust to this new lifestyle. We are looking for individuals that are in at least their second year that would love to spend their time leading and learning from an incoming student. As a mentor, you have the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life.

· For more information and applications, click here http://z.umn.edu/linkupprogram

· Questions? E-mail us at linkup@umn.edu

*This program is run by students and supported by the Office of Student Engagement and the College of Liberal Arts.

You've Graduated, What Now? Event

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You've Graduated, What Now?

Wednesday, May 25
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3rd Floor Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)

This intensive seminar will equip you to search for a job in a recovering economy. Get the scoop on how to conduct a creative job search, craft an outstanding resume and interview effectively. Gain LinkedIn knowledge and networking tips from Judy Zimmer, an engaging and candid effectiveness coach. Plus - practice networking with actual employers!

This is a special event for all U of M seniors and recent grads who are serious about their job search. (You can attend if your graduation date is between December 2010 and August 2011).

$10 to participate and lunch is included.

Registration is required - sign up via GoldPASS at http://goldpass.umn.edu - click on "Career Events" and search for "What Now". Carlson students please register via The Edge.

Questions? Contact your college career center or Liz Hruska, at 612-624-2172.

Southern Teachers Agency Openings

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Southern Teachers Agency currently has 628 vacancies listed by schools for the 2011-12 school year. We expect schools to post additional openings with STA for the remainder of the spring and summer.

STA is the oldest educational recruitment service in America. We receive job listings from hundreds of PK-12 private schools around the South. Schools come to STA because they recognize the value of STA's help in recruiting & screening talented candidates.

Certification is not required for most middle- and high-school teaching positions.

In addition, we presently have numerous Administrative Opportunities listed around the South.

Requirements:
-Elementary Education: teacher certification required and, typically, 3 years teaching experience
-Art, Physical Education, and Music: teacher certification strongly preferred
-Learning Specialist: teacher certification required
-Media Specialist/Library: MLS (or comparable degree) required
-Counselor: master's degree in counselor education, but not necessarily for College Counselors
-Administration: master's degree in administration preferred for most jobs
-For most other middle- and high-school teaching positions, a bachelor's degree with a major in the teaching field (or at least a minor) is essential, but teacher certification is not.

Application process: Interested candidates should apply to Southern Teachers Agency via our website.
Southern Teachers Agency
7 Elliewood Avenue, Suite 2A
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Tel (434) 295-9122
www.SouthernTeachers.com

On-Campus Interviews with SAGE

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On-Campus Interview! Apply through GoldPASS

This is an open interview schedule. Graduating seniors/alumni who meet the qualifications for this position and are interested in being considered for this opportunity can simply add themselves to a 30-minute interview time slot. Learn more about SAGE and the position/qualifications by searching in GoldPASS in the 'On-Campus Interviews' section. Search on schedule #1938 (or in the Jobs Database, #62272).

SAGE is the world leader in electronically tintable windows. If you are looking for a career in the dynamic world of green technology, have a passion for sales and marketing, and wish to join an organization where you can have an immediate impact, please sign up for an interview today! Space is limited.

Please visit your college career services office for help preparing for your interview. Questions about your career office? Visit www.career.umn.edu

Link-Up Mentoring Program

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Sophomore, juniors, and seniors, we would like to invite you to become a part of a new mentor program, Link-Up! Last fall marked the beginning this campus-wide program aimed to help first-year students become acclimated to our huge, beautiful campus.

It is easy for first year students to begin their journey and have no idea which direction to head. We all know the sky is the limit for opportunities here at the U. Our goal is to help first-year students adjust to this new lifestyle. We are looking for individuals that are in at least their second year that would love to spend their time leading and learning from an incoming student. As a mentor, you have the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life.

For more information and applications, click here http://z.umn.edu/linkupprogram
Questions? E-mail us at linkup@umn.edu
*This program is run by students and supported by the Office of Student Engagement and the College of Liberal Arts.

K-8 Teaching positions with WISE Charter School

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WISE Charter School is a K-8 ele-middle school located in North Minneapolis, expanding to serve 360 students from 16 metro area school districts. The philosophy of WISE is based on the belief that each child is entitled to learn and develop in a positive, rich environment that promotes self- determination, self-respect and respect for their heritage. A mission driven institution,

WISE exists to ensure the academic and social development of students from underserved families and communities, with an emphasis on cultural awareness, academic achievement, and responsible citizenship.
We serve a high needs population of students with approximately 16% qualifying for special education services as well as a high number of highly mobile students that do not meet the State criteria for learning disabilities, but who present significant learning gaps. We believe that each child is capable of meeting high academic and social standards thus becoming knowledgeable, skilled, and confident citizens.

WISE Charter School is committed to a standards-based thematic program that integrates content, skills, process and activities appropriate to each child's stage of development and learning style with the support and participation of the family and community. WISE consistently enforces a rigorous academic program, code of conduct, dress code, and emphasizes personalized relationships among students, teachers, and families. We are looking for devoted educators who maintain high expectations for all students, are willing to hold students accountable, work collaboratively, are skilled in designing and delivering high quality units of study, are reflective about their practice, and who share our passion for children.

We are currently accepting applications for teachers. If this sounds at all interesting to you, please respond to humanresources@wiseschool.org with a resume, cover letter, and recommendation letters so that we can discuss the possibilities of you joining our team.

Work Green Event

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Work Green! Finding the Green in Minnesota's Economy - Tuesday, May 24, 1-5pm

Get charged up about green! Learn about Minnesota's green jobs, businesses, and industries at this information-packed program, based on the most up-to-date, accurate research and tools available.

Listen and learn from analysts about green developments, get hands-on experience with new online tools for career and education planning, and hear from featured speaker Jeremy Kalin, a state and national leader in clean energy, about national and global perspectives and directions for our energy future.

Meet with exhibitors engaged in green activities in Minnesota, including training providers, businesses offering green products and services, green-focused non-profits and professional associations.

Where: Wilder Center, 451 Lexington Avenue N, St. Paul, 55104
When:
1-5pm exhibits and demonstrations
1:30-2:30pm sessions on green job research and new tools to explore green careers, training and jobs
3-4pm feature presentation on Minnesota's green economy, national picture and energy future

Please RSVP and contact for more details: Julie.remington@so.mnscu.edu
Co-sponsored by the Department of Employment and Economic Development and iSeek Solutions. Free and open to all.

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