Admissions Travel Specialist
he Woodrow Wilson Graduate School or Teaching and Learning is seeking qualified applicants for part-time, per diem Admissions Travel Specialists. The Admissions Travel Specialists report to the Associate Director of Admissions and support the School’s student recruiting activities by attending recruitment events and fairs within designated areas. Travel Specialists are responsible for meeting with prospective students to cultivate interest in the Graduate School, collecting prospective student information, maintaining accurate travel-related expenses and completing travel reports. Travel specialists are also required to attend periodic meetings and training sessions at the Graduate School.
Now in its second year of full operation, the Woodrow Wilson Graduate School, developed in collaboration with MIT, prepares teacher candidates in STEM fields and grants the M.Ed. degree. Its distinctive competency-based curriculum combines problem-based learning experiences for teacher candidates with significant work both in and outside of schools. Learn more about the Graduate School at wwgradschool.org.
Candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Catherine Kinyua ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). Please title the email “Admissions Travel Specialist.”
Director of Clinical Learning and Educator Development
The Director of Clinical Learning and Educator Development is an energetic, creative, hands-on leader who works closely with the academic leadership team and plays a significant role in realizing the mission and vision of the WW Graduate School of Teaching & Learning.
The Director of Clinical Practice and Educator Development is charged with developing and leading a collaborative, effective and scalable model for clinical learning as an integral and embedded component of competency-based teacher education. This model not only supports teacher candidates, but also builds the capacity of our partner districts by supporting mentor teachers (learning design coaches) to model and demonstrate the WW Graduate School’s core competencies in support of student learning and achievement. A strong Director will be resourceful, adept at creative strategic thinking and problem solving, and demonstrates ability to translate plans into action in a timely manner.
The ideal candidate will bring a background in teaching, providing professional development for middle and high school teachers and administrators, developing and implementing innovative instructional solutions, and working in informal education settings.
Specific Responsibilities include:
Experience, Skills and Attributes:
Candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Catherine Kinyua (email@example.com). Please title the email “Director of Clinical Learning and Educator Development.”
Selected candidates must pass a pre-employment background investigation and degree verification to be hired for this position.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
At the WW Graduate School, we celebrate and support difference for the benefit of colleagues, teacher candidates, and the students they serve. The Graduate School is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. The WW Graduate School considers all qualified applications for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.