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Graduate Student Awards
The College of Education is pleased to announce the winners of our 2022-23 Graduate Student Awards! The following students were selected by a faculty committee as distinguishing themselves in the following areas:

  • Outstanding Graduate Student in Leadership:
    Hannah Fox, a student in the Educational Specialist in School Counseling and Guidance, is the recipient of the 2022-2023 award for Outstanding Graduate Student in Leadership. The faculty selection committee was particularly impressed by her leadership of a team of four supervisors utilizing the Practice Based Coaching framework for the BAE in Early Childhood Education program, and her success in bringing all new supervisors to meet departmental goals for model fidelity.
  • Outstanding Graduate Student in Professional Practice:
    The winner of our 2022-23 Outstanding Graduate Student in professional Practice Award goes to Michael Scofield, a doctoral student in Curriculum and Instruction. Michael’s service to the profession includes playing a pivotal role in revising and strengthening core courses in the College’s undergraduate teacher education program. In addition to recognition as an excellent course instructor, Michael also helped secure grant funding in support of the Akwaaba Freedom School.
  • Outstanding Graduate Student in Research:
    Brian Abramowitz, a doctoral student in Curriculum and Instruction, is the winner of the 2022-23 Outstanding Graduate Student in Research award.  During his time at UF, Brian has served as President of SAGE, working to further other graduate students’ opportunities to engage in and disseminate their own research. In his own work, he has demonstrated excellence through his socially responsible and community-oriented AI in education research agenda along with exceptional outreach to Florida’s K-12 schools.

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Employment and Internship Opportunities

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Description: Millhopper Montessori School (MMS) is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools and affiliated with the American Montessori Society. The school was founded in 1977 by Christina Miller, who is the Owner/Head of the School. MMS enjoys a spacious facility for its extensive, developmentally appropriate private educational program, serving children ages two through eighth grade. True to its Montessori heritage, the staff fosters creative thinking and problem-solving through the use of manipulatives and other educational tools. Standing true to our school’s motto, “The Millhopper Way,” we have created a diversified curriculum. We provide our students with opportunities to explore real-world concepts and issues, challenge assumptions, think critically, and acquire skills that they will need to apply throughout their educational and future professional journeys. Our 8th-grade graduates are accepted into advanced academic programs throughout the county, such as the International Baccalaureate Program, the Cambridge Program, and various Magnet Programs at local high schools.

Available Positions:

  • Lead Teacher – Early Childhood
  • Assistant Teacher – Early Childhood
  • Upper Elementary Team Teacher
  • Assistant Groundskeeper

 Website: For more information, visit mmschool@millhopper.com
Application: To apply, email mmschool@millhopper.com.
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Description: See the flyer below for more details.

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Description: See the flyer below for full details.

Application: To apply email Annick Charlot at Annick.charlot@palmbeachschools.org. with your letter of interest and resume. You may also apply at https://www.palmbeachschools.org/careers.
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Description: See the flyer below for details.

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Description: See the flyer below for details.

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Description: See the flyer below for full details.

Application: To apply email Genika Chery at genika.chery@palmbeachschools.org. with your letter of interest and resume. You may also apply at https://www.palmbeachschools.org.
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Description: The Harn Museum would like to share the following paid internship opportunity for students who are interested in exploring career opportunities in the museum field in the Education or Curatorial Department. The Jalyn Imani Stallworth Internship was established by the family of Jalyn Imani Stallworth to honor her memory and support aspiring curators and museum educators with a focus on diversifying the profession.

Jalyn Imani Stallworth was a 2018 graduate of the University of Florida. She graduated with honors, majoring in African American History with minors in Art History and Anthropology.

Application: Internship applicants may find the full description and requirements for the Stallworth Internship in our Instructions document (page 5). Full internship project descriptions and application form may be found at https://harn.ufl.edu/internships/. The successful applicant may be majoring in any field of study and will have demonstrated commitment to making meaningful contributions to a pluralistic community and the continuation of a diverse student body.
Contact: Questions? Contact us at register@harn.ufl.edu


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Description: Brentwood is a small, private preschool and elementary school growing strong in Gainesville since 1971. We are known for developing curiosity, creativity, and character in children, establishing supportive family relationships, and capitalizing on the nature of our park-like campus. As our community grows and thrives, we are seeking an additional 3rd grade teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.
Application: Nurturing, student-centered candidates should contact us right away! Send us an email to introduce yourself and include your resume. We are excited to meet you! Email
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Description: See the flyer below for more details.

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Description: Intern at your art museum! Fall internships at the Harn Museum of Art are open to all majors to provide professional experience, growth opportunities, and guidance from museum staff. Find the guidelines for our funded Internship opportunities in our instructions document (Page 4).

  • The Criser Internship
  • The Tim Joiner Memorial Internship
  • The Jacqueline Friel Fund Internship
  • The Mary M James Student Inspiration Fund Internship
  • The Jaylin Imani Stallworth Internship
  • Dixie Neilson Museum Studies Registration Internship

Application: Interested candidates can find instructions, applications, and project descriptions at https://harn.ufl.edu/internships/. Questions? Contact the Intern Coordinator at register@harn.ufl.edu. Look for our available Fall scholarship funds in the application form. Deadline to apply: July 1st, 2023.

 
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Description: Children Beyond Our Borders is a nonprofit organization that runs a variety of programs for our mission to eliminate barriers to education for children locally and in Latin America. The mentorship program, the Triunfadores College Prep Program (CPP), aims to provide educational resources for low-income, migrant, and otherwise disadvantaged K-12 students in Alachua County through weekly, one-on-one tutoring sessions with college students and volunteers.
How to Volunteer: For more information about this program and the volunteer application, please visit https://tinyurl.com/yck8dr9j. If you would like more information on our organization as a whole, please visit our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/iamcbob) or website (http://www.chbob.org/).

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Description: If you have frequent contact with youth and adolescents, or know someone who does, here is a wonderful training opportunity for you! At Project REACH we work in collaboration with youth mental health first aid to provide FREE training on how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health challenges amongst youth. All participants who complete training will receive a $25 gift card after completion!

How to Sign Up: Use the QR above to learn more and participate.
Contact: For questions, please contact Jacqueline Swank at jswank@missouri.edu.

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Description: Childcare and teaching opportunities for CityLight Church’s children’s ministry, ages from 3 months through 5th grade. Join an awesome team working with kids in a safe, fun and energetic environment.
Hours: 4-7 hours/week
Schedule: Sundays, 8:00am – 1:00pm, other hours may be available during the week.
Pay Rate: $12/hour
Website: Learn more about CityLight Church at citylightgnv.com.
Contact: Send Lauren Phillips an email at kids@citylightgnv.com to introduce yourself and include your resume. We are excited to meet you!
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Description: STEPs for Success is looking for tutors for elementary, middle, and high school students. Tutoring/Teaching experience required.
Pay: $20 per hour
HoursTutors-at least 4 hours a week (more hours are available upon request)
Schedule: Flexible, afternoon/evenings 3-4 days a week Monday through Friday are highly preferred
Contact: Interested? Questions? Please send an email with your resume to Stephanie (Tutor Director) at STEPsforSuccess352@gmail.com
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Date: June 30, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Norman 2043
*To register, email ngreen1@ufl.edu*
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