GT Horizons Pre-Teaching Summer internship; Atlanta Tutors; Teachers of Color Recruitment Fair; James Madison Graduate Fellowships

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The Horizons at Georgia Tech Program is looking for talented and energetic undergraduates to work as Intern Assistant Teachers (AT)in a six-week academic enrichment summer program.  Assistant Teachers work alongside certified lead teachers to implement strategies to engage scholars in active learning through non-traditional, hands-on activities in a six-week summer program. ATs work with approximately 15 scholars in small group and individual instruction in mathematics, reading, and science. Applicants should enjoy working with youth and be fully willing to help fulfill the Horizons mission.

See the attached application for full details. 

This experience qualifies as a Pre-Teaching internship!

Susan Belmonte, Pre-Teaching Advisor, can help you with your application and resume.

Apply by March 1, 2022

Questions and to submit your application and resume:

Dajuana Robinson-




Atlanta Tutors LLC ( is hiring tutors for the upcoming school year.

Competitive Pay: $30/hr

Flexible Scheduling: You set your hours

Location: Tutoring throughout Atlanta and suburbs (your choose your locations)

Atlanta Tutors pre-screens clients and offers  a steady stream of tutoring opportunities. You choose which jobs you want.

Atlanta Tutors is a local company that is run by Atlanta teachers and parents.

·       College graduates or high-achieving juniors and seniors with experience tutoring, teaching, or working with children.

·       Expertise in a range of academic subjects and/or test prep experience

·       Transportation and a willingness to provide tutoring in students’s homes

Providing in-home tutoring to students of all ages, K-12 and college.

Hope VigilDirector, Atlanta Tutors LLC


TOC Recruitment Fair –  Feb 26, 12N-3PM ESTParticipate in the 16th Annual Teacher of Color Recruitment Fair on ZOOM, Saturday, Feb 26.  Registration is free for all interested candidates.1. Interested in teaching (BA degree required) from all majors2. New to teaching 3. Seasoned teachers and educators 4. Career changers – interested in moving into teaching after a career in other fields1. Interested in teaching (BA degree required) from all majors2. New to teaching 3. Seasoned teachers and educators 4. Career changers – interested in moving into teaching after a career in other fieldsRegister for the 2022 TOC Recruitment Fairs –  participate in a virtual TOC Recruitment Fairs  Feb 26, 12N – 3PM ET and ALL interested candidates are encouraged to attend.

Register and send resumes at  or use this link: Register for the 2022 TOC Teaching Webinars – Interested in teaching at independent/private schools? Meet reps and get details at our annual TOC Webinar: What’s the Big Deal about

Teaching at Private Schools? Saturday, February 26 at 11AM ESTUse this link to join the TOC webinar: TOC Webinar: Big Deal?



The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers $24,000 James Madison Graduate Fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level. Fellowship applicants compete only against other applicants from the states of their legal residence.

As funding permits, the Foundation plans to offer one fellowship per state per year.

The 2022 application is now live.

Applications due March 1, 2022

CEISMC Student Programs is Hiring

CEISMC Student Programs is currently hiring a temp Program Assistant to serve Horizons at Georgia Tech After School program and Summer P.E.A.K.S (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM). Duration of position is from February 1 through July 31, 2022.
See below for full job description.
Want help with your resume? Contact Susan Belmonte, GT Pre-Teaching Advisor,

CEISMC Student Programs Program Assistant

SECTION I: Education: High school diploma and at least one year of college.

SECTION II: Experience: Prefer the candidates have at least one year experience working or volunteering with students ages K-12. Prefer individuals that are familiar with the Georgia Tech campus.

SECTION III: Duration: January 1, 2022 – May 27, 2022,  up to 30 hours/week

May 30, 2022 – July 31, 2022,    up to 40 hours/week

SECTION  IV:  Duties:  This  position  will  serve  CEISMC’s  Horizons  at Georgia  Tech  After School program and Summer P.E.A.K.S (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM).

Program Assistant works with in-person programming on the campus of Georgia Tech and various local schools. Applicants must have prior experience working or volunteering with K-12  aged  students.

Applicants  should  have  leadership  experience,  experience  in  providing quality customer service, presenting STEM activities for K-12 grad students and the ability to work with program instructors and CEISMC staff.

The  CEISMC  Program  Assistant  role  will  include,  but  not  limited  to  1) Working  with the Educational   Outreach   Managers   with   After   School   and Summer   P.E.A.K.S.   program coordination,   2) Providing customer service, 3) Working with instructors/staff on room set up and supply delivery, 4) Assist with program logistics including inventory maintenance, 5) Assist with drop  off  and  pick  up  6)  coordinating  snacks/lunch  for  each  session,  7)  fulfilling tasks associated with the day-to-day in-person program operations of after school and summer camps.

The CEISMC Program Assistant is a valued member of a small team supporting Horizons at Georgia Tech  After-School  and  Summer  P.E.A.K.S program.  The  Program  Assistant  reports directly to the Educational Outreach Manager. The Program Assistant must welcome positive direction and suggestions, possess a strong work ethic, and be customer service oriented. The program assistant is the direct contact with instructors and CEISMC staff daily and represents CEISMC.  Activities and  decisions  are  varied  in  nature,  which  to  some  degree  requires independent action and judgement in solving common problems. Some physical activities are involved such as walking long distances and lifting heavy boxes for in-person programming.

*A background check and personal transportation is required for this position.

Send Resume to:

Subject Line: Student Programs Program Assistant

AP Physics tutor needed

subject(s): AP Physics 

age of student(s): 16

grade(s) of student(s): Sophomore 

times per week: 1 

length of sessions: 1 hour

compensation amount per session/hour: $40 

location of tutoring: Buckhead (~10 mins from Tech campus)… but flexible 

transportation needed: Yes… maybe?

contact information (email and phone): Trent Watkins (father): 404.915.4155 &

NOTE:  Please contact the person listed directly and not pre-teaching advising.

Teaching Opportunities; Latinos/Hispanices in STEM career path series


Best in Class is an education center that teaches math to K-12 students with an emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving. We are adding passionate teammates interested in helping students excel. If you are energetic, positive, and have a passion for education and working with students, Best in Class can be a perfect fit.


  • Enrolled at a university and working on a math degree.
  • Able to effectively tutor one-on-one, one-on-two, or in small groups.
  • Able to energize students with a love for learning.
  • Tutoring/teaching experience.


  • Teach math both face to face and virtually in grade levels K through 12; cover elementary and middle school levels, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Calculus, and standardized test preparation (AP’s, SAT, ACT).
  • Track progress and identify areas for improvement (no work required outside of class time).
  • Provide positive and constructive feedback.

Work Schedule – In Person Position

  • Weekdays from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm – initially Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Saturdays from 9:30 am to 4:00pm
  • Additional hours based on student demand

Position Specifics

  • Starting pay from $20.00 to $25.00 per hour (depending on experience)
  • Centers located in Johns Creek, GA and Milton, GA
Postings do not equate to endorsements of a particular organization by Georgia Tech or Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching Advising.

 Rewarding & Enjoyable Summer Teaching Jobs 

Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages

Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2022

The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our live online reading skills programs for students of all ages. Our programs provide students with the skills, books, and experiences they need to achieve greater success in school and beyond.

As an Institute teacher you will:

·         Earn between $600-$700 per week.

·         Improve your teaching skills and confidence, gaining valuable teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to high school students.

·         Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.

We provide comprehensive training and ongoing support for our teachers; we do not require teaching certification or experience. You must have a bachelor’s degree or higher and be available to teach classes five days a week, including both weekend days. We are looking for full-time teachers with availability to work 37-40 hours per week during the summer. There will be opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer.

Successful Institute teachers:

·         Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure.

·         Are responsible and hard-working, with strong communication and organizational skills.

·         Are comfortable and confident with technology.

·         Are patient and supportive with students and parents.

Apply Now

Learn more about us and our reading programs at

Allison Carlson


Institute of Reading Development

Postings do not equate to endorsements of a particular organization by Georgia Tech or Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching Advising.

You’re Invited!

We are thrilled to welcome Prof. Andrés J. García, Ph.D., F.B.S.E., Executive Director of the Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience and Regents’ Professor at Georgia Tech as our first speaker in this year’s Latinos/Hispanics in STEM: A Career Path Series! This event will be hosted virtually on Feb. 1st from 4 to 5 PM.
Learn more and get registered – see you there!

Latinos/Hispanics in STEM Flyer

Download a copy of this flyer HERE.

Tutors Needed – Database Systems, Math

Tutoring opportunities below. Please contact the person listed in the posting, not Pre-Teaching Advising, if you’re interested in the position. 
Database Systems and Network Security Tutor Needed
GT graduate student seeks a tutor for:
  • subject(s): Database Systems and Network Security
  • times per week: 2-3
  • length of sessions: 2hrs
  • compensation amount per session/hour: $30 per session
  • location of tutoring: virtual
  • contact information: 202-599-0233
College student seeks Math tutor
  • Subject: Math 0999 and Math 111 (not a GT class)
  • Student: college
  • When: Saturdays or Sundays
  • Length of sessions: 1.5 – 2 hours each
  • Compensation: $30/hour
  • Location: public location preferred
  • Contact: 404-438-8243 or


CEISMC/Decatur Makers Instructor Interest Meeting :: January 13, 2022

CEISMC Student Programs in partnership with Decatur Makers is hosting an Instructor Interest Meeting, Thursday January 13, 2022 at 6pm. *Virtual*


CEISMC is looking for outstanding classroom teachers, informal educators, or undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in sharing hands-on STEAM activities for K-12 students in the Atlanta or Savannah surrounding areas for school-year and summer programming.  Check out the flyer below and attached PDF/PNG and share with any and all groups that may be interested.


Teacher Interest Meeting 2022

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Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education releases annual Top Ten Issues

The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education (GPEE) annually releases the “Top Ten Issues to Watch”

NOTE:  Click on the image to the right to view/download the Top Ten Issues to Watch in 2022 report (Adobe PDF file).



First published in 2005, the Georgia Partnership’s Top Ten Issues to Watch report has been Georgia’s go-to publication for identifying the key public education issues facing the state for nearly 17 years. With over 3,000 copies distributed across the state, the highly anticipated annual report plays a major role in informing education, business, government and civic leaders in Georgia. Each state legislator receives a copy as the new legislative session opens and members of the Georgia Partnership leadership team are traditionally invited to brief a joint meeting of the House and Senate Education Committees.


GPEE’s mission:
The mission of the Georgia Partnership is to inform and influence Georgia leaders for the improvement of student achievement. We accomplish our mission through research and non-partisan advocacy to impact education policies and practices.

STEM Education-Based Vertically Integrated Projected Opportunity

Are you interested in contributing to STEM education research and practice?

Do you have an idea on how to teach an idea better than you were taught?

Want to give back to the schools and communities that will create the scientists and engineers of the future?

Apply to be part of the STEM Mobile Lab Vertically Integrated Project (VIP). In this VIP course, advisors Jack Wood and Tyler Kinner – both part of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) –  work with project teams to develop innovations in informal STEM education, new methods and tools for K12 laboratory activities, and resources for computer science and cybersecurity education. Participating students will have the opportunity to learn about educational psychology, modern STEM education, and the application of subject matter knowledge to training and teaching. Participants will also practice their project management, design thinking, and team work skills.

ALL majors are welcome to apply.

Learn more about the VIP program and the STEM Mobile Lab project at

Questions about the course can be directed to Tyler Kinner ( or Jack Wood (

Tutor needed for AP Seminar class

  • Format (virtual or in-person): in-person or virtual
  • Compensation per hour: $10/ hr
  • Location of sessions:  Alpharetta (if in-person)
  • Contact: Mamta Basnet,  (Do not contact GT Pre-Teaching Advising about position. Contact Mamta Basnet directly)