To help our students and graduates, we post open education positions that are sent our way. Be careful to research each location and opportunity to make sure it's a good fit for you.
Many of our students go on to work in the NYC public school system, making us one of the largest suppliers of teachers to the NYC DOE. For those interested in working for the DOE, watch this webinar on applying for a job at the DOE.
The Hagendorn Little Village School, Jack Joel Center for Special Children (HLVS) is a publicly funded, not-for-profit school highly regarded for providing outstanding educational and therapeutic services for children with developmental disabilities. Our school provides year round programs and services that include diagnostic and treatment, early intervention, a preschool and early elementary school.
The Manhattan Star Academy, a member of the YAI Network, provides Elementary Education for children 5-12 years of age with developmental disabilities and learning delays, including children on the autism spectrum. Be rewarded with a friendly working environment that facilitates open communication and participatory management, where you are truly valued as a professional and where your opinion really matters. Receive on-going state-of-the-art training, supportive supervision and a commitment to developing your education and career to help you reach your greatest potential as a professional!
The New York City school system is the largest in the country, composed of approximately 1.1 million students and 76,000 teachers in over 1,800 schools. The NYC Department of Education is looking for an experienced project manager to support the After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP). ASPDP is a small but mighty team of six experienced project managers, analysts, and instructional specialists, who lead a program that offers more than 200 professional learning courses over three semesters per year. All courses are designed to meet educators’ professional learning needs, support their progress toward career goals, develop their instructional practices, and lead to improved student learning.
Work under the supervision of and report to the director and to otherwise comply with the requirements of Article 47 and the New York City Health Code with respect to a “Group Teacher” as defined therein.