Social Studies Job Opportunities

| May 6, 2011

Social Studies Job Opening – Ardsley School District (Westchester)

The following position, which is listed at, will be replacing a graduate of our program who is leaving for a position at another school. It is my understanding that they will be moving rather quickly, so if you are interested, please apply immediately.

Job Opening in Hoboken

The Hoboken Charter School, a small K-12 public school in Hoboken, NJ, seeks a middle school Humanities special education teacher. The teacher must have the English or Language Arts Specialization certification for the State of New Jersey as well as at least fifteen credits in social studies (history, geography, sociology, etc.) or the History or Social Studies Specialization certification for the State of New Jersey as well as at least fifteen credits in language arts. You must also be willing to pursue special education certification. Our school has a mission of service-learning and the arts, and grades are capped at twenty-two students. It is a progressive environment with passionate and hardworking educators, and we are eager to bring another excellent teacher on board. If you are interested, please fax a cover letter, a copy of any certificates you have and a resume to 201-963-0880 attention Deirdra Grode, Co-Director/Principal K-8. You are also welcome to mail them to:

Deirdra Grode
Hoboken Charter School
713 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

We are unable to take phone calls and emails at present.

Deirdra Grode
Co-Director/Principal K-8
Hoboken Charter School
713 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Opening in Brooklyn

Brooklyn coeducational parochial high school seeks dynamic, engaged and engaging, qualified secondary teachers in the areas of Social Studies and
Physical Education. A suitable candidate will have the ability to not only deliver cogent and inspiring instruction to students but will also be
willing to be a true team player. We seek committed educators who are comfortable making use of a variety of instruction methods including
multi-media lessons, student centered learning, and real world exploration. A background in cultural and political awareness is essential for our Social
Studies candidates. Qualified candidates should hold a NYS teaching certificate in their area of expertise or be actively working towards one.
Please forward inquiries and resumes to

Economics Position at Beijing National Day School

One of the foreign schools that Wasatch Academy (WA) works with is Beijing National Day School.  They run a dual diploma program at the school by selecting/training a staff of American teachers to teach an AP curriculum for 10-12 grade students in China.  They are currently looking for an excellent teacher of economics for the dual diploma program and I wondered if you knew of any great candidates that would be interested in this unique opportunity. If there is anyone currently completing their MA at TC or a person from your own connections that would be interested please feel free to pass my contact information along to them.

Daniel Smith | Assistant Director, Klingenstein Center
Office: 212.678.6666
| Fax: 212.678.3254