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Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The teaching assistant (TA) for Leopold Scholars will be responsible for the support of all field research, teaching students how to write Land Ethic essays, showing students how to design and make a poster presentation, guiding discussion about Leopold’s Sand County Almanac, and evening house duty activities for the scholars present during the two week session.
Category
Education
ID
2024-1829
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School announces an opening for a Biology teacher. We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individual who wants to work in a collaborative and diverse academic setting with both high school students and adults. The Lawrenceville Science Department encourages students to develop an appreciation of the nature of scientific knowledge and the practice of scientific inquiry, to be curious about the natural world, and to become scientifically-informed citizens.
Category
Education
ID
2024-1821
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School seeks enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting. The LVSS House Leader and Fellow position requires full-time work during the 3-week duration of the program. This position is required to live in a student dorm and serve as a dorm supervisor, in addition to an activity leader/coach.   The Summer Scholars program runs from Monday, July 8, 2024 to Friday, July 26, 2024. All House Leaders and Fellows must attend the one four-hour orientation on July 6, 2024; one residential training that afternoon, and be present on move-in day (July 7, 2024) from 12:30pm-4:00pm.   LVSS House Leader and Fellows will supervise and lead a House community of rising 6th-9th grade students, ensuring their health and wellbeing in the house 24/7 during the program, generating curriculum to capitalize on the House system and Community, teaching an afternoon activity, leading a group in afternoon House Cup activities, supervising during meals, supervising on weekend trips, providing supervision during study hall and house check-in times, assisting with evening activities, and assisting with the distribution of medications. In this leadership role, LVSS House Leader and Fellows will be entrusted with sensitive student information and must maintain confidentiality at all times. You will be expected to help create, plan and execute daily activities, manage classroom/dorm setup and other camp needs, and assist with managing in-person prefects as necessary.   The LVSS House Leader and Fellows work together with the Executive Director of LVSS and Dean of Students to provide support, guidance, and supervision to the students enrolled in the program.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1819
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School seeks enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting. The In-Person Day Teacher position requires full time work during the 3-week duration of the program, from 8:00AM-4:30PM.   The Summer Scholars program runs from Monday, July 8, 2024 to Friday, July 26, 2024. All faculty must attend the one four-hour orientation on July 6, 2024 and be present on move-in day (July 7, 2024) from 12:30pm-4:00pm.   Successful applicants for this position will be experienced teachers committed to designing dynamic, student-centered classes that go beyond textbooks. We are seeking professionals interested in growing as educators by setting goals, collaborating with peers, observing classes, and receiving actionable feedback. The Summer Scholars program is designed to mimic, in every way, boarding school life. The goal of the program is to have students leave the program feeling “known.” Many of the students hope to come to Lawrenceville and therefore, faculty should apply the Harkness Teaching Method, the primary pedagogical method used at The Lawrenceville School and in its Summer Scholars program. In addition to designing and implementing class curricula, teachers are responsible for ensuring students’ safety and medical well-being during class hours and lunch (teachers will receive training in regard to students with life-threatening allergies). Prior to the start date of the program, teachers will be required to attend one four-hour orientation on July 6, 2024 and be present on move-in day (July 7, 2024) from 12:30pm-4:00pm. In advance of the program (mid June), teachers will be required to submit their 15 day class plans. During the program, in addition to their teaching responsibilities, teachers will be expected to attend faculty meetings should any arise, attend and supervise during lunch, and write end-of-session narrative comments for each student (3-4 sentences per student). The time teachers spend in/on any/all meetings/training sessions, class preparation, grading, comment writing, meeting with students, or communicating with the administrative team is included in the salary. NOTE: we are unable to accommodate any faculty who need to take time off for vacations, etc., during the dates of employment.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1818
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School seeks enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting. The In-Person Prefect position requires full time work during the 3-week duration of the program. The in-person prefect is asked to live in a dorm and be accessible for work 24/7 during the program. The Summer Scholars program runs from Monday, July 8, 2024 to Friday, July 26, 2024. All prefects must attend the one four-hour orientation on July 6, 2024 and be present on move-in day (July 7, 2024) from 12:30pm-4:00pm.   Prefects must be rising seniors or recent graduates of The Lawrenceville School. Position responsibilities include helping to manage House life and community, supervising during meals, providing support during study hall and house check-in times, facilitating afternoon activities, and assisting during House Cup activities. You will be expected to help create, plan, and execute daily activities, manage carpool, assist with classroom/dorm setup and other camp needs. Crucially important to the student experience, prefects are expected to be the fun but responsible adult in a room full of younger students.   The Prefects work together with the Director of Students and the Heads of House to provide support, guidance, and supervision to the students enrolled in the program.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1817
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School announces a job opening for a Chemistry and Physics teacher. We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting. The strongest candidates will have experience teaching chemistry and physics. Candidates may also have experience teaching one of the subjects and significant coursework in the other subject.   It is the mission of the Science Department of the Lawrenceville School to introduce students to both the beautiful simplicity and intriguing complexity of the world to foster a life-long curiosity about the world in which they live. Members of the science department will cultivate in students the understanding that scientific knowledge is characterized by empirical criteria, logical argument, and skeptical review.  It will prepare all students to use an understanding of scientific concepts and processes for personal decision making, effective participation in civic affairs, and preparation for those who choose advanced study in science beyond Lawrenceville.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1813
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School announces a job opening for a Math teacher.  We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting.  Experience teaching a range of courses including Computer Science or post-Calculus electives is a plus. The Lawrenceville Mathematics Department encourages students to develop an appreciation for the inherent beauty and utility of mathematics, as well as facility with constructing and evaluating mathematical arguments, using mathematical models to describe real-world phenomena, and making decisions in the face of risk and uncertainty. 
Category
Education
ID
2023-1812
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School announces an opening for a Spanish teacher.  We are seeking an enthusiastic, collegial individual who wants to work with other highly motivated faculty and students in a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive boarding school environment. The Lawrenceville Language Department supports students as they become citizens of the global community: the curriculum is designed to develop capacities to understand other cultures and peoples through the beauty and power of their languages.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1810
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School Teaching Fellows are enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Boarding School Teacher Residency program (part of UPenn’s Graduate School of Education), in which they work toward a master’s degree in Education. Teaching Fellows teach in an academic department, live on campus, and fully participate in the residential and co-curricular life of the School.  The Lawrenceville School pays approximately 80% of fellows' graduate school tuition and fees and provides a salary, room and board for all fellows.   We are now accepting applications for our two-year teaching fellowship program for 2024-2025 in English (Degree in English or Journalism with research experience preferred).   The goal of this two-year program is to identify aspiring or early career educators (typically recent college graduates) with an interest in the boarding school context. Over a two-year period, the Lawrenceville School provides them with the training, skills, and experience they need to succeed as educators, as well as extensive mentoring and support.      We will begin reviewing applications December 1, 2023.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1803
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School Teaching Fellows are enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Boarding School Teacher Residency program (part of UPenn’s Graduate School of Education), in which they work toward a master’s degree in Education. Teaching Fellows teach in an academic department, live on campus, and fully participate in the residential and co-curricular life of the School. The Lawrenceville School pays approximately 80% of fellows' graduate school tuition and fees and provides a salary, room and board for all fellows.   We are now accepting applications for our two-year teaching fellowship program for 2024-2025 in History (background in world or US history preferred).   The goal of this two-year program is to identify aspiring or early career educators (typically recent college graduates) with an interest in the boarding school context. Over a two-year period, the Lawrenceville School provides them with the training, skills, and experience they need to succeed as educators, as well as extensive mentoring and support.   We will begin reviewing applications December 1, 2023.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1802
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School Teaching Fellows are enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Boarding School Teacher Residency program (part of UPenn’s Graduate School of Education), in which they work toward a master’s degree in Education. Teaching Fellows teach in an academic department, live on campus, and fully participate in the residential and co-curricular life of the School. The Lawrenceville School pays approximately 80% of fellows' graduate school tuition and fees and provides a salary, room and board for all fellows. We are now accepting applications for our two-year teaching fellowship program for 2024-2025 in Mathematics.   The goal of this two-year program is to identify aspiring or early career educators (typically recent college graduates) with an interest in the boarding school context. Over a two-year period, the Lawrenceville School provides them with the training, skills, and experience they need to succeed as educators, as well as extensive mentoring and support.   We will begin reviewing applications December 1, 2023.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1801
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School Teaching Fellows are enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Boarding School Teacher Residency program (part of UPenn’s Graduate School of Education), in which they work toward a master’s degree in Education. Teaching Fellows teach in an academic department, live on campus, and fully participate in the residential and co-curricular life of the School. The Lawrenceville School pays approximately 80% of fellows' graduate school tuition and fees and provides a salary, room and board for all fellows. We are now accepting applications for our two-year teaching fellowship program for 2023-2024 in Science (background in either biology or chemistry/physics). The goal of this two-year program is to identify aspiring or early career educators (typically recent college graduates) with an interest in the boarding school context. Over a two-year period, the Lawrenceville School provides them with the training, skills, and experience they need to succeed as educators, as well as extensive mentoring and support.   We will begin reviewing applications December 1, 2023.
Category
Education
ID
2023-1800
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
The Lawrenceville School announces a possible opening for a full time English teacher.  We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and high school students in a collaborative and inclusive academic setting.  The English Department encourages students to develop a love of reading, facility and pleasure in writing, and an appreciation for literature as a way to understand themselves and the world.   
Category
Education
ID
2023-1795