The mission of Boston Public Schools Department of Adult Education and Community Services is to provide a variety of high quality educational services to BPS parents, children, employees and Boston residents in order to help them to develop and improve their educational status, political status, economic status and lives.
The Boston Public Schools, Department of Adult Education serves adult students who want to learn to speak English, improve his/her academic level and/or graduate from high school. The department employs eight full and twenty-nine part-time staff to work with 400 students. The department currently operates a day and evening program. Online courses are also available for students wishing to utilize a more flexible independent learning modality.
We are looking for a staff member to join our energetic team; someone who is committed to working with our students, someone who understands the lives of urban adults and has a proven track record of working successfully with adult students who face academic and personal challenges. Adult Education provides students with engaging academic classes, electives, enrichment activities and individualized learning plans. Priority is given to parents of school-age children in order to empower them to become advocates for their families and to become more involved in their children’s education.
Stipend position, will work 2 evenings per week with the possibility of working some Wednesday evenings. BTU hourly rate. Minimum: 192 hours annually. Boston Central Adult High School follows the BPS academic calendar.
Reports to: Director
Application Procedure: Apply through Boston Public Schools Career Center
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