Part-time job opportunity for ASU graduate students
The New Teacher Project (TNTP), a national nonprofit organization involved in recruiting, training and certifying teachers. Since its inception in 1997, TNTP has recruited or trained approximately 49,000 teachers – mainly through its highly selective certification programs – benefiting an estimated 8 million students. Today TNTP is active in more than 25 cities, including metro-Phoenix and northern Arizona.
I’m writing with a part-time TNTP job that I thought might be interesting to your grad students. One of our primary data collection efforts this year is surveying close to 15,000 students (in grades 3-12) taught by teachers trained and certified by our programs; to collect these data, we are in the process of hiring part-time student survey proctors. The full job description is here: JOB DESCRIPTION.
To summarize, we are looking for student survey proctors who are interested in working ~10 hours a week (likely more if desired) between February 4th and mid-March. Proctors will visit classrooms in metro-Phoenix schools, administer surveys, and then return the completed surveys for data entry. The pay rate is $20/hour. There will be a brief (paid) training prior to data collection to go over all the procedures.
Contact for More Information
Erin Grogan, PhD
Partner, Assessment & Evaluation
New Teacher Effectiveness
(603)256-8438 [office] * (517)614-2824 [cell] |
email@example.com | tntp.org
The Fellowship in Strategic Initiatives at ASU’s College of Technology and Innovation (CTI)
engages early-career thinkers, doers and makers from a variety of fields (education, science, graphic design, communications, public policy, etc.) in real problem-solving to transform higher education. The fellowship provides a unique platform to develop skills essential to building, implementing and communicating innovative higher education projects linked to economic and social change. 12-month salary: $50-65K + benefits. Applications for the fellowship are invited from those who will complete their graduate studies in spring 2013 or have completed their graduate studies within the last 5 years. The priority deadline to apply is March 15, 2013 at 5 p.m. MST. Fellowship applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed every two weeks thereafter until the search has been closed.
Learn more about this unique employment opportunity and how to apply at http://technology.asu.edu/fellowship.