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Are you a current student who is looking for a part-time position or volunteer experience in an education-related field?  Are you an alumnus who is searching for a full-time position in teaching, administration, or related field?  

We want to help you in your quest!  Check out the following resources and postings.

Job Openings

Shaw Jewish Community Center (JCC), Akron

Team Members for the School-age Team

  • Previous experience working with children in a small group setting
  • Must possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of the school-agers
  • Knowledge of principles of child and youth development
  • Exercise mature judgment and sound decision making
  • Strong communication skills
  • Mature, of good character
  • Reliable and dependable
  • Display professionalism at all times

Candidates should have a high school diploma, and be willing to work on receiving First Aid, Child Abuse, Communicable Disease, and CPR certifications.

Contact Diane Galizio, (330) 835-0035 or

The Shaw JCC is open to all members of our community regardless of religious preference, marital, sexual, or economic status.

Private Schools in Columbus, OH

Intervention Specialist, Part-Time (2 positions available)

Two part-time Intervention Specialist positions are available in Columbus for applicants with at least a bachelor's degree and Ohio licensure at the high school level.  Position #1 is 15 hours per week at SonShine Christian Academy and The Gloria S. Friend Christian Academy.  Position #2 is 20 hours per week at the Columbus Torah Academy, Harambee Christian School, and St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School.  For the Columbus Torah Academy position, Orton-Gillingham certification would be most helpful.

Advocate staffing is handling the recruitment process.  Apply for a position

Phoenix Alternative School at Akron YMCA

Full-time Intervention Specialist

Funded by the United Way of Summit County, the YMCA Phoenix Alternative School is recognized throughout the country as a pioneer in providing alternative education and behavioral modification management services for special needs students referred by local public school districts or the Summit County Juvenile Court. This school serves nearly 200 youth per year, in grades 4 – 12, who are unable to maintain proper behavior in a traditional school setting.

Contact: Wendy Neloms, Principal

Posted: August 11, 2015


The UA Career Center offers dozens of helpful resources, including:

  • Current students and Alumni can search the Career Link jobs database, which lists hundreds of off-campus jobs and internships.  Post your resume, showcase your skills, and find your next job!
  • Focus2 is a free, online tool that pairs your interests with possible careers

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