January 2020

   For over seventy years, RABBI PESACH RAYMON YESHIVA (RPRY), located in Edison, NJ, has been the leading Orthodox Jewish day school in Central New Jersey. RPRY promotes a warm, collegial, and professional environment where passionate teachers are committed to innovation.

 Stevens Cooperative School is hosting its 5th annual diversity recruitment fair. We invite candidates from traditionally underrepresented groups to come along and find out about schools in the Hoboken and Jersey City areas and employment opportunities.
   The event is Tuesday 7 April from 5:30-7:30pm at Stevens Cooperative School, 100 River Drive, Jersey City, NJ, 07310. A light fare will be served.

 The NJAIS Job Fair to Promote Diversity in Independent Schools serves as an opportunity for the 87 member schools to connect with talented, motivated, compassionate educators who can enhance culture and community. Please note that while no one will be excluded, this event is designed to increase the numbers of teachers and administrators of color within NJAIS schools. This event will introduce candidates to teacher-leaders and school administrators who will share their career path, dedication, and call to independent schools. It will also provide opportunities for hiring and connections.

High School student in South Brunswick is looking for a Graduate Student/ Undergraduate Student to provide in-home tutoring in South Brunswick (about 1/2 hour from Rutgers Campus). The subjects include English & History. Interested students can contact me at anuj.us@gmail.com or text me at 908-510-7992. Tutoring will be needed 3-4 times a week and the schedule is flexible.

 ExpandED Schools is dedicated to closing the learning gap by increasing access to enriched education experiences. We give children more hours in the school day, bring more role models into the classroom, and infuse their learning with enrichments in literacy, STEM, arts, and sports and opportunities to build character and leadership skills. In our first decade, we created the nation’s first citywide system of K-12 after-school programs and leveraged more than $500 million in private and public funds.