Private/independent schools look for recent grads, career changers, experienced teachers, and fine arts administrators to support the drama, music, and studio art programs.
School guidance and college counselors and admissions professionals are a vital part of any independent school community. We have entry-level, assistant, associate and director level guidance positions.
We're always looking for experienced elementary teaching candidates or recent graduates with significant camp counselor, mentoring, or other early childhood teaching experiences.
An independent school can be an excellent place to start or continue your career teaching English. We work with candidates in all stages of their careers, and from upper elementary ELA teachers to AP English teachers.
Research has shown that learning a foreign language has many benefits beyond just learning the language. Independent schools often have strong language Spanish, Mandarin, Latin/Classics, or French programs.
Bring history alive! We can help you find the right private/independent school for you to teach Humanities, Politics, U.S., European, World History, or any Social Studies subject or content area.
Help students see the role of mathematics in their daily lives. Independent schools seek math teachers to help students understand, analyze, and critique, from Geometry and Algebra to AP Calculus and Statistics.
Today's school librarians aren't just helping with checking out books, they are involved in technology, multimedia, and research. Independent schools are looking for innovative media specialists.
Independent schools look for educators to support the physical, mental, and social-emotional health of their students. We look for teaching candidates who are excited to bring a unique approach to physical education programs.
Independent school science teachers help students to question, wonder, imagine, and invent. We’re looking for candidates who can generate excitement about Life Science, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and more!
Our 11th Annual Student Art Contest is open for submissions through March 31. The winning students will receive gift certificates from Blick Art Materials, and their artwork will be published in our SY 2000-2021 art calendar, which is distributed to thousands of schools around the country.
This majestic creature symbolizes many different things in cultures around the world, but we selected it as our icon because the elephant and the agency have key traits in common.