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Employer in Residence: Teach For America

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Date: 11/07/2016

Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Location: Stearns Center

Contact: Faith Bade

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Employer in Residence: Teach For America
Nov 7, 2016 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM

This is your opportunity to meet one-on-one with Recruitment Manager Erin O’Neill to learn more about Teach For America and their full-time opportunities as a Corps Member and STEM Corps Member!

30 minute appointments in the Stearns Center are available from 1 pm to 4 pm on Monday 11/8. Call Career Development (617-373-6548) to schedule an appointment. Additional appointment times may be available before 1 pm.

These appointments are for students from all majors graduating in 2017 only, with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Future recruiting will target those graduating in 2018. Application deadlines vary throughout 2016 and 2017. To learn more about these opportunities check the complete job posting in NUCareers for Corps Member #1794328 and STEM Corps Member #1794261.

Teach For America
Everyone has a right to learn. But in our country today, the education you receive depends on where you live, what your parents earn, and the color of your skin.
That’s a serious injustice. And in the national movement to right it, our contribution is the leadership of remarkable people.
Our people—diverse and passionate—start in low-income classrooms, where the stakes are highest. We help them become teachers who can dramatically expand students’ opportunities. But our teachers don’t just teach their students, they learn from them.
They gain a better understanding of the problems and the opportunities in our education system and use those lessons to define their path forward. Many stay in the classroom. Others leave. Both paths matter because to set things right, we need leaders in all areas of education and social justice united in a vision that one day, all kids will have access to an excellent education.
For more information go to

Faith Bade | Employer Relations Coordinator

Department of Cooperative Education & Career Development

Boston, Massachusetts 02115


978/837-0860 (mobile)

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