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|FT Sales/Marketing Territory Manager (Education)||Chicago, IL|
|Office Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Education Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Middle School Athletic Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Business Analyst||Indianapolis, IN|
|Outside Sales Representative||Baton Rouge, LA|
|Mathematics Teacher||Jersey City, NJ|
|School Community Relations Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Teacher Development Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Summer 2014 Teaching Fellows Program||New York, NY|
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Are you interested in a job in education, but teaching in a classroom just isn’t for you? Entry-level jobs in education that are done outside of the classroom are tough to find, but they’re out there. The New Teacher Project is a fine example. The New Teacher Project is a non-profit organization that recruits and trains teachers to put them in classrooms where they are badly needed.
The New Teacher Project (TNTP) focuses on four main elements to achieve success: teaching fellows programs, staffing initiatives, teaching certification, and policy and research. The New Teacher Project founded The New York City Teaching Fellows program and many others like it around the country. From there, TNTP partners with school districts to help improve the flow of qualified teachers into the schools that need quality teaching the most. This is partly to ensure that schools open fully-staffed; however, TNTP is also involved in developing and implementing many levels of professional training to help teachers become, and stay, certified to teach. Lastly, TNTP conducts targeted research, which allows them to identify the obstacles that school systems are facing and make realistic recommendations that will improve the quality of education that students receive.
TNTP occasionally recruits on college campuses, and hires about ten entry-level employees every year. Most entry level positions fall into either the Communications or Operations Associate category. Judging from other people’s experiences, if you are a hard worker who shows dedication and enthusiasm for TNTP’s cause, you can move up very quickly. Here is an overview of TNTP’s hiring process and expectations for applicants. One downside to TNTP is that they do note on the job listings that these positions may require “non-traditional” work hours, including weeknights and weekends. Nonetheless, TNTP has been named by Princeton Review as one of 2007’s Best Entry Level Jobs and also offers above average salaries for non-profit work.
The New Teacher Project allows you to for specific positions through their job listings. You can also inquire about jobs by e-mailing email@example.com. Be sure to include a detailed cover letter when you apply.
Note: On April 27th we revisited entry-level jobs at The New Teacher Project.
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