Teachers Test Prep Scholarships for Aspiring Teachers

Each year, Teachers Test Prep awards two $5,000 scholarships: (1) One to an aspiring elementary school teacher and (2) One to an aspiring secondary school teacher. Funds go directly to the recipients to use in whatever way will be most helpful to them as they work towards their accreditation.

How to Apply: To apply, applicants simply need to create a short video telling the story of a teacher who inspired them, and what they learned from that teacher that they’d like to pass on to the students they will teach. Applications are currently open and close on July 31, 2022. Further information and application forms are available at For questions, please feel free to get in touch with the Manager of Programs & Curriculum, Leonie Jordan, at


  • DSI PRESENTS: SPRING SYMPOSIUM - Date: April 9 Location: Reitz Union Rio Ballroom

*Registration Required* 

  • COLLEGE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM - Date: April 14 Location: Norman Hall Conference Center
  • MUSEUM NIGHTS: YEAR OF THE TIGRESS - Date: April 14 Location: Harn Museum of Art
  • VOLUSIA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT | SPRING INSTRUCTIONAL JOB FAIR - Date: April 20 Location: In-person & virtual 

*Registration Required* 


*Registration Required*
Virtual Link

  • BROWARD STUDENT INTERNS SPRING 22’ INTERVIEW DAY - Date: April 25, 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM. Location: Virtual , Job ID #50444

Virtual Link

  • Distinguished Lecture Series in Qualitative Research: Dr. Boylorn - Talking (Back) to Myself - Autoethnography and the Role of Reflexivity in Critical Qualitative Research - Date: April 14, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Virtual

*Registration Required* 
Virtual Link

  • VALDOSTA HIGH SCHOOL JOB FAIR - Date: April 22, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Testing Center at Valdosta High School, GA

*Registration Required* 

Employment and Internship Opportunities

Union County Public Schools Teacher Positions

Description: Union County Public Schools (UCPS), located just outside of Charlotte, NC, is looking for dedicated teachers for the 2022-2023.  We would love to meet you!

UCPS is the 6th largest district in North Carolina and is known for offering comprehensive support for beginning and experienced teachers.   We believe in putting students first, at the heart of all we do.  We also have an excellent employee benefits package and competitive annual supplement.

Union County Public Schools Opportunities:

    • Location: Weddington High School
    • Address: 4901 Monroe Weddington Road, Matthews, NC 28104
    • Time: 9:00 am- 12:00 pm

Application: I encourage you to APPLY TODAY! Please know, vacancies will be updated throughout the spring.
Contact: Please feel free to contact Jessica Robinson with any questions ( I look forward to meeting you!

Student Assistant - School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences

Description: Report to the Online Education Coordinator and assist instructional design staff and teaching faculty with development and monitoring of eLearning for the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences: (For the full job description and requirements, please see the application below). 

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, including PowerPoint.
  • Process lecture files and course materials (maintain/update as necessary)
  • Correspond with faculty timely and efficiently
  • Assist instructors and online students with troubleshooting (Canvas, Mediasite and Zoom)
  • Other duties as needed

Pay Rate: $15.00 – $17.00 per hour.
Application: To apply, please visit:

P.K. Yonge (Multiple Positions)

Description: P.K. Yonge is hiring or the 2022 – 2023 school year! P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is a public school established in 1934 with the mission to design, test, and disseminate innovations in K-12 education through serving a student population representative of Florida’s economic, racial, gender, and academic diversity. P.K. Yonge seeks to attract a faculty that reflects the diversity of our student population. Affiliated with the College of Education at the University of Florida, P.K. Yonge faculty may partner with members of the college to develop, and test teaching solutions grounded in our shared values of inclusivity, accessibility, equity, and student agency while educating approximately 1250 students on campus.
About P.K. Yonge: P.K. Yonge boasts a small community-like atmosphere that fosters deep and impactful relationships with students and families from all walks of life over many years. P.K. Yonge is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive environment for all as we seek to generate new ideas for advancing equity and inclusion at P.K. Yonge and beyond through research, teaching, and/or service. Teachers work closely in a collaborative environment that cultivates diversity of thought, perspectives, and ideas on matters that impact K-12 schools. As practitioner-researchers, P.K. Yonge faculty are constantly working to bridge theory and practice. P.K. Yonge attributes our successes to the contributions of teachers from all backgrounds and nationalities who find teaching, research, and investigation inspiring, who value the opportunity to reach outside the bounds of the classroom, and who are open to sharing on a broader scale.

P.K. Yonge teachers enjoy greater professional autonomy.  P.K. Yonge faculty engage in professional learning opportunities each year though webinars, workshops, learning communities, and teacher research aimed at increasing knowledge of diversity and equity in inclusive learning environments. Teachers are fully supported to explore and learn within their subject areas; encouraged to present and attend national conferences; and inspired to refine and improve their current practices.
Available Positions:


Application: To learn more about P.K. Yonge, please visit If you are interested in being a part of this dedicated team of professionals, we invite you to submit your curriculum vitae or resume and application to one of the above job position links.

Guided Discoveries Summer Camp Counselors

Description: Guided Discoveries is looking for college students who are passionate about working with children!  Our summer camp in Clover, VA is looking for counselors for its AstroCampCamp CHOP, and Camp Motorsport programs. Summer camp provides a wonderful supplemental experience for education and counseling students.  Students will have the benefit of working with children in a more relaxed environment, allowing them to connect with children on a different level and in a different time frame than is often able to take place in a formal school or clinical setting.  Many of our staff continue on to teaching and counseling careers after leaving us, and they all have benefitted from the skills and experiences gained by working at our summer camps.  It’s a great way for current students to gain real-world experience and to get paid for it!  Plus summer camp is just… fun!  Our staff have opportunities to be creative, mentor children, make lasting, meaningful friendships, and develop skills that will benefit them in their personal and professional lives.
Application: If interested, apply here.  The hiring manager (also listed on the flyer) is our Summer Camp Director, John Swanwick (

Services and Volunteer Opportunities

GNV4All Chapter

Description: Hello everyone, my name is Anthony Avila and I am the current GNV4All Vice President. I would like to share some information with you about the organization. The GNV4All chapter is a branch of the local non-profit, GNV4All, and we are focused on bridging the gap between the university and the city of Gainesville. Specifically, bringing light to the disparities and inequities members of the community are experiencing. By educating members of the organization and providing volunteering opportunities we hope to alleviate these disparities. Our organization is made of 4 different teams: Education, Criminal Justice, Family Support, and Health & Transportation.
How to Join: If you are interested in being a part of the change you want to see in your local community sign up to be a member today using this link.

Balance 180 Summer Volunteers

Description: Balance 180 Gymnastics & Sports Academy is a local non-profit organization that focuses on integrating children with and without special needs through sports. This summer we are looking for highly motivated volunteers to work with our athletes. We have two programs available; our three-week inclusive summer camp and our adaptive gymnastics program.

  • Summer Camp: Summer Camp is a great learning experience for student volunteers. All of our volunteers work 1-1 or 2-1 with the participating campers in various activities, including gymnastics time, crafts, and games. The athletes have a variety of disabilities, including Autism, Down Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and Cerebral Palsy, among others.
    When: The camp will be offered from July 11th to July 29th and will be held Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM. Volunteers do not need to commit to all dates. However, we ask that volunteers sign up in advance for the days they are available.
  • Adaptive Gymnastics: In adaptive gymnastics classes, we teach gymnasts with physical or intellectual disabilities foundational skills on the vault, bars, beam, and floor in a step-by-step, individualized process. Our volunteers work one-on-one with the athletes and help each athlete work at their own pace. Volunteers focus on helping the athletes improve motor skills and encourage them to follow instructions and make new friends.
    When: The Adaptive Gymnastics classes will be held on most Saturdays from 12:30-2:00 pm.

How to Volunteer: To volunteer, please email
Volunteer at Balance 180 This Summer!

FYCS Survey: Experiences with Parent Incarceration Research Study

Description: A team of young adults who have experienced parental incarceration are partnered with adults in a research study to understand the support needs of children ages 12-19 who have also experienced parental incarceration.  This study is conducted through the youth participatory action research model (YPAR), in which young people’s lived experiences guide the research process. This work is being conducted in partnership with UF, Project YouthBuild Gainesville, and River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding.

University students between the ages of 17-19 are eligible to participate if they have currently, or have in the past, had an incarcerated parent or primary caregiver, and are not wards of the state. 17 year-olds will need parent consent. Interested students can participate in focus groups with approximately five others to share about their experiences with parental incarceration, and will also complete a survey, in an in-person session at Project Youth Build Gainesville, lasting about two hours. They will be compensated $30 for their time. Please see the attached flier for additional information.
How to Participate: We are prioritizing focus group recruitment, but if they do not have time for the focus group, they can still participate in the survey by clicking on this link:
Contact: Students who are interested in the focus groups can contact Michelle Abraczinskas at 352-448-8525, or Erin Vines at to learn more about the opportunity and how to sign up.
Experiences with Parent Incarceration Research Study

Be a MUSE at the Harn Museum of Art!

Description: Join the MUSE program! The Harn Museum of Art is now accepting applications for the Museum University Student Educator Program (MUSE). MUSEs come from all majors and bring creative and dynamic energy with their unique perspectives into museum planning projects.
Application: Curious about how you can get involved? Visit the QR code below:

  • Deadline for Summer A – April 4, 2022
  • Deadline for Fall Semester– August 8, 2022

LAP-2 Undergraduate Student Leadership Program

Description: Do you want to get more involved this year, expand your leadership skills, and build a community with other UF students while you’re at it? If your answer is yes, join LAP-2! LAP-2 is a year-long leadership program for second-year undergraduate students that focuses on building leadership, along with learning about identity, purpose and more! LAP-2 also offers mentorship and officer positions. We are recruiting for Fall 2022 – Spring 2023 and will be meeting once a month.


  • Have a GPA of 2.85 or higher
  • Able to attend one monthly meeting (Day & time is TBD)

If you meet the eligibility, we invite you to one of our info sessions:

  • April 5, 5:30 – 6:30
  • April 13, 4:30 – 5:3

Info Sessions Location: Classroom Building 105, Room 104. 105 NW 16th Street

TO APPLY: Applications due at 11:59PM on April 15. To apply, please visit:
Contact: If you have questions, please email Megan MacKenzie at

LAP-2 Graduate Coordinator Volunteers

Description: The Office of Academic Support is seeking graduate-level students who would like to volunteer as Graduate Coordinators and Mentors and support undergraduate students for a leadership development program, LAP-2.

LAP-2 is a year-long leadership enrichment program designed to help students develop leadership while finding their identity and purpose. Through monthly meetings, service learning and more, students gain all the tools needed to lead. The LAP-2 Graduate Coordinators play an integral role in the development of both students and programming. 


  • Graduate level student
  • Interest in and excitement about supporting undergraduate students

Time Commitment: Attend 1 monthly meeting for the Fall 2022- Spring 2023 school year.
Roles and Responsibilities: 

  • Attend meetings 
  • Assist in preparing monthly lessons on leadership, identity, purpose, communication, working with others, professionalism and more. 
  • Oversee one LAP-2 Student Leadership Committee and programming efforts:
    • Social Committee
    • Service-Learning Committee
    • Fundraising Committee

To Apply: Please send your resume and a short paragraph on your interest to Megan MacKenzie (, LAP-2 coordinator by April 11, 2022. No cover letter is required.

Tutoring and Childcare

Childcare Needed

Description: I am in need of a nanny to help with my kids (3 and 5) starting April 25th. Duties would include picking them up from school and taking them to various activities.
When: Times would be from 2:30 – 6:00 every week day. Bonus if they could also bring them to school at 8 am every day, or at least a couple days a week.
Contact: If interested, please contact Kaelyn Schmidt at 772-528-1196.


Description: I’m looking for a babysitter for my 4 year old daughter for the times when we are in town. She must be fun, energetic, creative, good with play and imagination, love children, naturally good with children, know how to interact with children, able to prepare snacks and generally experienced.
Hours: It would be for 3-5 hours a few days of the week at our home in Dunnellon while we work from home. We are flexible on the days, times, and pay. We are interested in someone coming in for one week next week and back again in April.
Contact: If interested, please contact Camila at 786-718-4305 or

Childcare for Children’s Ministry

Description: Childcare for children’s ministry at CityLight Church including ages nursery, preschool and elementary. Join an awesome team working with kids in a safe, fun and energetic environment for kids to enjoy. Learn more about the vision and mission of CityLight Church (
Hours: 4-8 hours per week.
Schedule: Sunday, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Other hours are flexible during the week
Pay Rate: $11 per hour.
Contact: Allison Wicker at