We are hiring!
The East Harlem School is hiring the following positions for the 2017-18 school year:
The East Harlem School at Exodus House is seeking a dynamic and reflective Spanish teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Applicants must have a strong academic foundation, as well as a commitment to teaching students from East Harlem and the surrounding community. Spanish classes are taught to 7th and 8th grade students, some of whom are native Spanish speakers. A comination of vocbulary, grammar, speaking, reading, writing, and culture is taught. Teachers at The East Harlem School implement a curriculum appropriate to middle-school students and assume at least one extra-curricular responsibility within the school. Qualified applicants will have at least a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree, strong written and oral communication skills and a desire to collaborate with colleagues.
The East Harlem School at Exodus House is seeking a dynamic middle school science teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Applicants must have a strong academic foundation, as well as a commitment to teaching students from East Harlemand the surrounding community. Science classes at The East Harlem School are hands-on and combine biology, chemistry, and earth science. Teachers implement a curriculum appropriate to highly motivated middle-school students and assume one season of coaching responsibility within the school. Applicants who are able to coach soccer or lacrosse should note it in their application.
Summer Teaching Internship
The East Harlem School at Exodus House is seeking college students interested in exploring the field of teaching to intern with our mandatory summer enrichment program. Interns will be a part of all aspects of the school including the academic and athletic program, individual tutoring, and extracurricular activities. Summer interns teach small classes of 6-8 students and should be prepared to show considerable initiative and leadership as they juggle multiple responsibilities, interact with youth in and out of the classroom, and work closely with the EHS faculty and administration. Summer interns teach math or humanities, an elective class of their choice, and cover sports periods in the afternoon. Intern teachers are responsible for creating lesson plans and assessments and should plan to spend some time in the evenings working on grading. Interns must demonstrate a solid academic record and a desire to work with highly motivated youth from East Harlem and surrounding communities.