2/21: TREE Semester Info Session

What is the TREE Semester? The Teaching and Research in Environmental Education (TREE) Semester is a 16-week, residential semester program that mirrors the traditional study abroad experience. Undergraduate students live and learn in community at the scenic Catamount Center in the montane forest outside Woodland Park, Colorado. The TREE Semester is for students of all…

Deadline 2/20: SLAC Video Interviewing Day Applications

What’s SLAC, you ask? The Selective Liberal Arts Consortium, which helps top-notch employers recruit students from seven outstanding colleges – including CC. Everything you need to know about SLAC is right here. This is our 4th and final application cycle for SLAC this academic year. Don’t miss out! All jobs are posted on SLAC’s Handshake site. Make sure to get…

Generation Teach Information Session 3/1

Thursday, March 1 from 5-6 pm in the Career Center Generation Teach might be right for you if… *You are hungry for an inspiring intellectual challenge and ready to immerse yourself in an intensive summer experience that will push you to grow personally and professionally; *You believe in the power of the collective and aspire…

Deadline 2/1: ArtistYear, one-year fellowship for artists

ArtistYear is dedicated to enhancing school engagement, increasing civic behaviors, and developing student artistry for vulnerable youth populations: economically disadvantaged students, English Language Learners, and students of color. Each ArtistYear AmeriCorps Member works full-time in a Title I school in America to deliver an issue-based arts curriculum that inspires active youth citizens and supports school culture…

2/24: Education/Career Fair For Diversity

While this event is open to anyone seeking employment opportunities, it is designed to support educators of color considering careers within independent schools. The main objective is to help candidates learn the best ways to navigate and prepare for the independent school hiring process. To work in an independent school, candidates need to have majored in…

SuCCess Stories: Meet Matt Lopez ’14!

This post is part of the Career Center’s bi-weekly roundup of alumni success stories. Check out  Matt’s story below, and find more SuCCess Stories here!   7 Questions with Matt Lopez ‘14 Major: German Literature Grad Year: 2014 Current Job Title, Organization: Associate Director of Talent, Atlas Preparatory School What did you do after graduation? ML:…

Paid summer education journalists, Chalkbeat

Chalkbeat, the nonprofit education news organization, is seeking motivated students to serve as summer reporting interns. Our reporting teams cover schools in Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Memphis, and New York City, as well as a national bureau covering education issues affecting schools across the country. The 10-week paid internship from June-August 2018 will offer student journalists…

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Denver Fellow Residency

Denver Fellow Residency The Denver Fellow Residency is a prestigious program designed for those interested in becoming teachers.  It offers an opportunity to get a Colorado Initial Teacher Licensure and a Master of Arts in Teaching while working in Denver Public Schools.  Fellow Residents spend the first year of the program working with small groups…

10/17: Network with Education Leaders

Be the change. Make a difference. Help others. You’re invited to a free lunch event for 20 CC students interested in post-graduate nonprofit equity work. Teach For America and City Year are partnering with the Peace Corps, Boettcher Teacher Residency Program, and Urban Teachers to network with current students. Hear from alumni and staff members…

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Participant Recruiter, Secondary School Programs with American Councils for International Education

American Councils for International Education We are an international nonprofit that strives to increase access to educational opportunities for individuals and institutions across the globe. Rooted by supporters like you, our mission has guided us over a 40-year journey through 80 countries, which encompasses 37 languages and over 65,000 alumni—from high school and college students…

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3/22: Museum Education Assistant

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum The CSPM (Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum) builds a lasting connection to the Pikes Peak region by preserving and sharing our cultural history. In this position, you will assist the Program Coordinator with the Junior Docent and other family and youth interpretive programs. You will also work with a group of 30…

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4/6: Reading Partners AmeriCorps Member

Reading Partners Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers in under-resourced schools. Our diverse and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals…