Project Advisor, New Media Technology Charter School

Posted by on June 4, 2004

Project Advisor, New Media Technology Charter School

New Media Technology Charter School is now seeking to hire project advisors (teachers) who have a passion for interdisciplinary project-based learning. Applicants must have an interest in working with high school youth. If you are inspired by the idea of learning alongside students, by experiencing the world in a project-based context, and by helping to create a school that invites students and professionals to immerse themselves in life, then consider joining the New Media Technology Charter School team. Qualifications include the following: Bachelor?s Degree required; candidates with experience or interest in project-based education and in creating a dynamic, progressive learning environment are encouraged to apply; teaching experience using both traditional and experiential instructional strategies is preferred; solid organizational skill; experience in program development or curriculum writing is a plus; experience working with teenagers in an educational environment; experience working with teenagers and parents from diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds; excellent listener and communicator with strong values and decision-making skills; demonstrated ability to nurture relationships with students, parents, co-workers, donors, consultants, and others; strong computer skills; and experience or secondary certification in any of the following areas is preferred: mathematics, science, computer technology, or language arts. To apply, submit a letter of application, resume, and three letters of reference to: Personnel Committee; New Media Technology Charter School; Attn: Dr. Ina Walker, Lotus Academy, 340 East Haines Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144-5711 or e-mail to

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