- Passionate about supporting the growth and learning of young children
- Invested in thinking about Jewish Identity and Social Justice
- Excited to work with a dynamic, progressive team of teachers
The Jewish Cultural Sunday School of Boston Workers Circle is seeking a teacher for our Pre-K/Kindergarten class. The school engages children grades K-7 in an exploration of secular Jewish identity rooted in Jewish cultural literacy and our traditions of social justice.
Ideal Candidates Have:
- Experience working with kids in a camp, informal setting or a classroom
- Experience with implementing curriculum
- Familiarity with Jewish culture, Jewish history, and a commitment to Social Justice work
- Experience supporting students with diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges.
- Knowledge of Yiddish and or Ladino is a plus, though not required.
- Knowledge of community organizing is a plus, though not required.
- Design and teach 22 lessons using the BWC curriculum as a guide
- Plan and manage the end-of-unit projects
- Are available September-June on 2x-3x a month from 10:30-12:30pm on Sundays
- Build a warm, welcoming and engaged classroom community
- Attend 2-3 trainings/ teacher meetings throughout the year
- Communicate with families during the week
- Work withEduation Director to implement feedback and get support
- Based in Brookline, MA
Starting pay is $100/session ($20/hr) commensurate with experience. Start date September 10, 2023
- Jewish Literacy Theme: Jewish Life through holidays, Stories, Drama and Crafts
- Social Justice Theme: Doing Good Deeds (Mitzvahs) to make the world a better place
- Projects: Food drive, building a sukkah
How to Apply:
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis with priority given to early applicants. Applications due June 4th.
Send resume and cover letter with 2 references to Education Director, Meira Soloff, email@example.com
BWC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People who identify as Jews and non-Jews of Color, multiracial, Sephardi, Mizrahi, trans, non-binary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer people, people with disabilities, and immigrants are strongly encouraged to apply.