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Information accurate at time of posting. Please contact listed resource for more details.

Consulting Position for Former School District Superintendent
Posted 12/16/14

Since its inception in 1987, Young Champions is a leader in affordable youth recreation programming offering classes in cheerleading, hip hop dance, self-defense, soccer, basketball, and art. Our goal with affordable, quality classes is to enhance self-esteem, build confidence and teach life-skills. For more information, please visit our website at

We are seeking a former school district superintendent for consultation and presentation to school boards. The main responsibility is meeting with current school boards to seek flyer approval in California and Arizona.


  • School Superintendent experience
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Great interpersonal skills to establish relationships
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and the Internet
  • Travel by plane within USA


$100/hr, plus $1,000 bonus for gaining full flyer approval

Please send your resume and cover letter, detailing your superintendent experience.


The Huntington Learning Center Needs Part-Time Teachers
Posted 11/25/14

The Huntington Learning Center in Valencia, CA is seeking enthusiastic, dynamic PART-TIME TEACHERS for K-12 instruction in reading, math, writing, science, study skills, with an emphasis on phonics, SAT/ACT exam preparation and subject tutoring.


- Flexible and convenient hours -- primarily in the afternoon/evening and on Saturdays
- Convenience and safety of tutoring in our learning center instead of in a residence
- Opportunity to focus on teaching students without the need to prepare lesson plans, grade papers or hold conferences
- Small student-to-teacher ratios
- Paid training program
- Hundreds of pieces of curriculum to utilize

Please send your resume to


Midnight Mission is Looking for Instructors
Posted 10/27/14

“Loving being retired but you still love teaching?

The Midnight Mission is a non-profit organization in downtown Los Angeles that has been serving those in need for over 100 years.  I am looking for part time instructors to teach GED preparation courses and tutor in a one to one setting. Our education program uses computer based learning and teacher led instruction to facilitate ADULT educational needs, from remediation to General Education Diploma certification, basic computer skills to advanced Microsoft IT Academy certifications. If interested in volunteering or teaching, please contact Renee Salazar at (213)624-9258 ex 1665 or via email at


Work from Home!
Posted 10/21/14

Joinlu (joint language utilities) is looking for retired
elementary English teachers for part time language instruction via the
internet to students in China. Please feel free to access the firm's website at* <>* .

We are growing and need to increase our staff. ESL experience is a plus, but not a requirement. The focus is on early learning. The salary is DOE and if you are interested we can set up an online interview. Please contact me at 775-266-1008 or and please include in the subject line joinlu.


After School Enrichment Instructors Needed in San Diego
Posted 9/23/14

The Academy for Public Speaking is hiring instructors to teach 3rd-6th grade children confidence, public speaking and leadership skills in the Del Mar Union School District in San Diego. Classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2:20-3:50 p.m. and Wednesdays from 12:20-1:50 p.m. The fall classes last 8 weeks and the spring classes last 10 weeks.  We also offer summer camp positions.

Before applying, please consider whether or not you are willing and able to teach for 1 hour per day in the Del Mar and Carmel Valley communities of San Diego. Instructors are paid for 1.5 hours for each one hour class. The starting wage is $20 per hour. Instructors must pass Live Scan fingerprinting and have negative TB test results. To apply, please indicate which day(s) you are available and send your resume to

For additional information, please visit our website at


Arbor Tutors is Hiring!
Posted 9/23/14

Arbor Tutors loves hiring current and former teachers as independent contractors. We share your passion for helping students. Tutoring is an excellent way to earn extra income. We offer part-time and flexible schedules.

•Keep your existing clients
•Work as an independent contractor
•Better pay than many other tutoring companies

We handle all of the tedious logistics like web programming, marketing, sales, invoicing, payments and bill collection. You focus on tutoring and are paid quickly and painlessly.

We provide:

• Challenging and meaningful work impacting the lives of students
• Competitive pay
• Flexible schedule
• Autonomy as an independent contractor
• High level of interaction with others
• Easy online scheduling system with reminders for clients and tutor

We look for:

• Timeliness, professionalism, politeness, patience, enthusiasm
• Passion for tutoring and helping students achieve their goals
• Expertise in subject matter
• Professionals who will represent Arbor Tutors with integrity.

Tutors are needed in all subject areas.


Assessment Administrators Needed
Posted 6/11/14

Westat is seeking motivated individuals to proctor assessment sessions with 4th-, 8th-, and 12th- grade students in schools for the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Must be available January 26–March 6, 2015. Paid training, paid time and mileage reimbursement for local driving, and weekly paychecks. This is a part-time, temporary position. To apply, visit our website at and select "Search Field Data Collection Jobs." Search for your state, find the NAEP Assessment Administrator position and select the "apply to job" button. For more information e-mail NAEPrecruit@westat.comor call 1-888-237-8036.


Tutor Needed!
Posted 3/10/14

Long term position - full time tutor to grade school student.

Marin County, California

Please email resume to or contact Steve (530) 718-2310


Teach Driver Training and Driver Education
Posted 2/21/14

Retired teachers wanted to teach Driver Training in the Santa Clara Valley, San Jose Calif.  Earn $40.00 or more per hour using your own car.  We will train you and supply all your students.  You will be licensed through the Calif. Department of Motor Vehicles. Work the days and times you choose.  Economic Driving School has been in business 37 years and is owned and operated by retired teachers.  Call Don Meyer (408) 836-3853 or email


PrintMat USA Wants You!
Posted 1/31/14

PrintMat USA is seeking retirees who would like to work a few hours or days a week from home, have fun, and earn supplemental income with a minimum of reporting required. You have a good knowledge of your local community, you are outgoing and goal oriented. You will be promoting our PrintMat products ( to businesses and organizations of all types; for example, restaurants, retailers, hotels, manufacturers, event organizers, etc., as well as the general public. No investment required.

For more information, please contact Richard Devereaux at or call 415-897-0321


Fuhu Inc. is Looking for Educators
Posted 12/6/13

Fuhu Inc., is the leading designer, seller and innovator of “thoughtful” consumer products and services for children.  Creator of the nabi™ tablet, the world’s first tablet made just for kids, Fuhu provides an ecosystem of hardware, software services, and accessories to immerse kids in rich and engaging experiences.  nabi ™ is available in all major U.S. retailers including Target, Walmart, Best Buy, and GameStop.

One of the main Business Groups within Fuhu, creators of the nabi® tablet, is looking for teachers to assist with the development of WINGS, the world’s first tablet-based adaptive learning system that delivers individualized lesson plans based on student proficiency. WINGS has been designed to give children a head start and develop a love of learning, strong study skills and confidence (

Specifically, we are looking for teachers to validate curriculum. The position will run through the month of December (maybe longer), and hours are flexible. Please contact Crystal at if you are interested!


Private Schools in China Seeking Educators
Posted 10/18/13

Private schools in China have expressed an interest in hiring foreign teachers to teach in their International Education Departments. Many Chinese schools now have International Education Departments. The curriculum is Western, not Chinese, and the teachers are mostly foreigners. This is a growing trend because a large number of Chinese students want to study in overseas universities - primarily American and Canadian. The International Education curriculum is a means to that end. These schools are interested in hiring experienced teachers of all subjects, including retired teachers who would be interested in living and working in China for short or long term periods.

The educators we seek would not be teaching ESL classes, they'd teach their own field of expertise.

If interested please contact Justin Feigelman at:


Pocket Tutoring Co.
Posted 10/11/13

Pocket Tutoring Co. is recruiting educators who may be interested in securing part-time employment tutoring online. We believe in advancing proven pedagogy and hope to attract experienced educators as we prepare to launch to do so. You can learn more about our company at


Recently Retired from Public Education but Not Ready to Completely Settle Down?
Posted 8/2/13

If so, have a wonderful opportunity for you!

Join GLP & Associates. We are looking specifically for retired public educators who would like to work part or full time as Retirement Specialists.  GLP’s number one priority is Educating Educators on the State Pension System and their retirement benefits.

GLP & Associates is a leading Independent financial firm founded in 1969. Our expertise and focus for the past 44 years has been public school employees, providing retirement services and investments. We work with more than 50,000 working and retired school employees throughout thousands of school districts across the country. Currently, GLP has offices in Michigan, Texas and California with Ohio, Indiana, Arizona, Colorado and Illinois coming in 2013 and 2014.

The Process: Extensive paid training is provided along with a team of experts to promote and develop your earning potential. This is not a job but an opportunity for a chance at a rewarding second career.  With GLP you control your own schedule while building greater financial security for your retirement. We help mold the skills and knowledge you already possess with our state of the art technology and education through in-house and in-field training.

We are looking for agents in and around the Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas.

David Levine

GLP & Associates

Director | Northern California

Direct: 530-305-2355

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Volunteer Opportunities
Information accurate at time of posting. Please contact listed resource for more details.

Train with Yolo County SELPA!
Posted 12/16/14

Yolo County SELPA is holding a training for all who are interesting in becoming a surrogate parent for student with IEPs.  Surrogate parents stand in and support students with disabilities in the special education process when their own parents aren’t able to.  We will focus on how to help students participate in school, how to become a surrogate parent, how the special education process works, and what the rights are of a surrogate parent.

The training is from 3:00 to 4:00 pm on January 22, 2014 at the Yolo County Office of Education Conference Center in Woodland, 1280 Santa Anita Ct., Suite 120.

For registration and more information contact Lisa Young at or 530-668-3760.


Center for Positive Change needs Volunteers!
Posted 11/6/14

Solano County Probation, Center for Positive Change is looking for volunteer instructors to do GED preparation with our participants.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Marcia Massa at or 707-290-9638.


Volunteer to Help High School Students in the East San Fernando Valley! 
Posted 11/4/14

The Kiwanis Entertainment Industry Group empowers youth to become competent, capable, and compassionate leaders by helping high school students learn to help others.  We enable high school student leaders to serve their communities, opening doors for them to improve the world.

Join our club and through Kiwanis become a Kiwanis Advisor.  Kiwanis members have the privilege of serving and guiding these young leaders.

Call or email today for more information!

Zaven Pogosyan, Kiwanis Club President

818 392-0862


Sign Up Today to Volunteer with Champion Youth! 
Posted 10/28/14

We are seeking outgoing, responsible volunteers to meet and greet parents and students and assist with light administrative duties while the Instructor/Coach teaches. Volunteers are in the same room where classes are held so they may enjoy watching the youth participate in their class. Our programs provide a positive, social and energizing environment!

Candidates must be available for one or more evenings a week or Saturday mornings, have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and insurance, and pass a background check.

To learn more about this exciting and important volunteer opportunity, please call Dianey Zimmer at 714-259-1400 ext. 138 or email at


San Jose Tech Museum 
Posted 8/29/14

Be the one to Inspire the Innovator in everyone! No science background required. Individuals who enjoy working with people are encouraged to apply. Volunteers welcome our museum visitors and help them have fun while sharing content and programs featuring the "Spirit of Silicon Valley"

Hours will be Mon to Fri shifts 8:30a-1:00p, 12:30p-5:00p (preferably Tues 8:30a-1:00p).

Great benefits for our volunteers!

Please apply at


Orange County Office on Aging Needs Your Help! 
Posted 8/6/14

The Orange County Office on Aging: Healthier Living Program

The Orange County Office on Aging is looking for motivated and compassionate volunteers to help lead chronic disease self-management workshops throughout Orange County.

The next training class is being offered in September (Sept 5, 12, 19, 26) at the Office on Aging in Santa Ana. Once trained, community classes are 2.5 hours once a week for six weeks. The Stanford-developed program has been proven to be effective and helpful for those with chronic conditions. If you have an interest in being a part of this effort to improve the health and longevity of the older adult population of Orange County please consider volunteering for this program.

Call or Email for further information about the training.

Orange County Office on Aging

Phone: 1-800-510-2020




LifeSTEPS is Seeking Part-Time Coordinators! 
Posted 7/15/14

The Program Coordinator implements and coordinates activities following the After School Program and/or Teen curriculum for program participants in partnership with the Director of Social Services within assigned affordable housing complexes.

LifeSTEPS is a provider of social services to seniors and families residing in affordable housing communities.  Our commitment is to provide consistent, professional, and caring educational and social service programs that empower and impact the community.  We currently offer programs in over 230 housing communities throughout California, serving more than 80,000 people.

Apply Today: Please email your resume and cover letter to:

Learn more about LifeSTEPS at:


The Braille Institute is Seeking Volunteers! 
Posted 8/13/13

Do you have 1-2 hours per week and a desire to help improve the lives of San Diego’s blind and visually impaired community? Braille Institute is seeking volunteer instructors to teach one day a week during our Winter Term 2014 (January 6 – March 28). Student age range is 30-98. Class size varies from 5-20 students.

Class titles include: News & Views, Heroes, Stress Management, Autobiography Class, Healthy Lifestyles, Introduction to iTechnologies, Sculpting, Stretch or Chair Yoga, Virtual Travel, Dance, ESL, News & Views (Bilingual Spanish)

Call or email today for full class descriptions!

Joni Redmond, Volunteer Services Manager