Clinical EduGator of the Year — interns, make your nomination today!
The College of Education at the University of Florida is proud to honor an individual that serves to mentor and supervise educator preparation interns in their capstone field placement. The award is given annually each spring. Based on intern nomination, final determination is made by a selection committee comprised of faculty, staff, and students. It is open to any full-time intern. Make your nomination for Clinical “Educator” of the Year here: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8BVUo4tmfVFXASW
UF Journal of Undergraduate Research
It is time to consider entering the Journal of Undergraduate Research! UFJUR is published once per year and gives scholars a voice for their research in the arts and humanities, social, behavioral, education, STEM and medicine. Students submit their work with faculty/mentor approval. Submissions are due April 1st. For more information and to submit, visit: https://cur.aa.ufl.edu/jur/
Children Beyond Our Borders Internships
Description: Children Beyond Our Borders, a Gainesville-based non-profit that works to empower children in the US and Latin America is currently recruiting new interns to join us immediately! Our organization gives interns experience working for a nonprofit organization.
We are looking for the following positions:
Application: To apply, visit chbob.org or email Samm Rials at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UF STEM Summer Camp Counselor
Description: The University of Florida Center for Precollegiate Education and Training (CPET) is seeking summer residential counselors for the Student Science Training Program. UF SSTP is a seven-week residential science immersion program for academically talented high school students. The program emphasis is research participation with a UF faculty research scientist and his or her research team. Students engage in the on-going research of the faculty-mentor for 28 hours each week, attend a lecture series on current research topics, and participate in a UF honors seminar class. Social activities, fieldtrips, and service projects engage students outside the classroom. Please visit our website: https://www.cpet.ufl.edu/students/uf-cpet-summer-programs/student-science-training-program/.
Residential counselors are an integral part of our summer program providing leadership, mentorship, and supervision for the up to 90 SSTP participants. SSTP is housed in Lakeside residential complex. Two residential counselors live on each floor. A counselor’s responsibilities are multifaceted and range from working in the CPET office, to planning, organizing, and implementing activities, to leading small group discussions and providing feedback on academic assignments, to facilitating a safe and inclusive residential environment. We are seeking applicants who are motivated, mature, responsible, caring, and energetic to fill these positions.
Contract Dates: SSTP Counselors will be hired for a 10-week period, beginning May 22nd. Prior to the start of the program, counselors work in the CPET office, assist in program preparation, and attend training. The dates for this year’s seven-week SSTP are June 11th to July 29th. Applicants must be able to commit to living in the residence halls with the students, from program check-in to check-out (including overnight). During SSTP, counselors will be provided set time off during weeks two thru six and one weekend off during the program.
Compensation: SSTP Counselors are provided a bedroom (shared suite) on a program-occupied floor in Lakeside Residential Complex and are paid on contract starting at $500 per week.
Applications: Link to the on-line application available at UF SSTP Counselor Application. Two references, a resume, and copy of college/university transcriptions (unofficial transcripts acceptable) are requested. Selected applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Contact: Danae Perry, Youth Programs Coordinator & SSTP Director at email@example.com or 352-392-2310
Alachua County Public Schools - Teacher Positions
Description: Outstanding academic achievement and innovative, high quality educational programs are the hallmarks of Alachua County Public Schools. Alachua County Public Schools is hiring! Alachua County will be hosting its Annual Teacher Hiring Fair on April 8th from 9am – 12pm at Gainesville High School. Career changers are welcome.
Application: To register for the fair, visit us at www.sbac.edu.
Institute of Reading Development - Summer Teaching Positions
Description: Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages — Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2023!
The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our reading programs for students of all ages. In these programs we combine skills instruction with the experience of reading and discussing really good books. We help our students develop strong fluency and comprehension skills. Our mission is to inspire a lifelong love of reading.
This is a great opportunity to do challenging and meaningful work in a supportive environment. Teaching experience is valuable but not necessary, and we do not require teaching certification. We welcome your application, whether you are an upcoming or recent college grad, a graduate student, or a current teacher.
Schedule Details and Commitment:
Successful Institute Teachers:
Website: Learn more about us and our reading programs at https://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com/
Application: We teach most of our students online and hire remote teachers throughout the country. In select metropolitan regions we also offer in-person classes on the campuses of our partner universities. Teaching schedules in these regions may include both online and in-person classes. To apply, click on the appropriate link below:
We look forward to reading your application soon!
University Press of Florida Internships
Description: Our internship program offers students of all majors the opportunity to gain employment experience in the business of book publishing. The Marketing Intern assists the Marketing Department of the State University System Press (University Press of Florida) in spreading the word about books published by the Press to readers everywhere, helping find, grow, and interact with audiences for Press books. The position also performs other clerical duties as assigned. Excellent written communication skills and organizational abilities are essential. This position is ideal for students who enjoy reading and discussing books, who want to gain experience in the publishing business, and who are interested in exploring book publishing or marketing as a career. The Marketing Intern will gain practical and professional knowledge about the publishing industry and marketing.
Application: To apply, UF students should visit https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/526047/ops-student-assistant-marketing-intern. A resume and cover letter must be included with each application. The application deadline is Friday, March 31, 2023.
Hidden Oak Elementary Spring Carnival Volunteers
Description: The Hidden Oak Elementary PTA is in the process of planning a spring carnival for Hidden Oak Elementary School in Gainesville. The PTA is excited to announce that our school carnival will be free for our families! The planning committee is looking for few volunteers to assist in various planning and day-of capacities, including securing business sponsorships, helping plan a silent auction, creating carnival games, set-up, supervision and break-down.
How to Volunteer: If you are interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GNV4ALL Chapter Leadership Opportunities
Description: Hello! We are GNV4ALL Chapter, a student organization created to connect University of Florida students with their off-campus community through learning about and seeking meaningful solutions to systemic problems of racial and economic inequality in Gainesville, especially concerning areas of health and transportation, family support, education, and criminal justice. Our Education team in particular has looked at solutions of closing the achievement gap in Alachua County schools through mentoring, literacy support, and early childhood education efforts. We are currently seeking passionate students for leadership positions for the 2023-2024 year that include executive board, all four of our teams, and non-team roles.
How to Apply: Find out more about us and the positions available and join us today at this link: https://forms.gle/umCJY2R4gGq4aAVDA
Connect in Place Volunteers
Description: Looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? Teach a course with connectinplace.org, where college students teach free courses ranging from “The Art of Thinking Like a Computer” to “Minecraft: Intro to Architecture & Team Building” to “The History of Rock and Roll!” Connect in Place has taught 500+ classes to a community of 5,000+ students in 45 countries, and wants to continue making education more accessible + engaging this summer! We are now recruiting instructors for Session 1 (June 19th – July 14th) and Session 2 (July 24th – August 18th). Interviews will end April 9th for both sessions.
How to Volunteer: Volunteer here or you can also look at our website (connectinplace.org). Feel free to email the operations team at email@example.com.
Description: Gainesville family offers an opportunity for students whose native language is English to assist a 15-year-old boy on the autism spectrum in Reading/Writing, Math, Science, or other 8th-level classes as a tutor. (Experience with K-12 education or special education students is desirable but not necessary.) The family is also looking for a student who can help in swimming, basketball, tennis, or outside sports activities as a coach.
Pay Rate: Payment starts at $25/hour.
Schedule: Work hours 4-10 hours a week.
Contact: If you are interested, please get in touch with Cindy by phone/text at 7273016344 or firstname.lastname@example.org
English & Reading Tutor
Date: April 1, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: P.K. Yonge
Date: April 8, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Gainesville High School