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Postdoctoral Fellow New York
The fellow will be responsible for taking care of administrative tasks (e.g. IRB filings) as well as conduct all interviews and field observations. The Fellow will participate in analysis and eventual publication as co-author. The fellow will also seek foundation support to fund a second year of research.
C&T Peer Mentor - Graduate Assistant Position (2020|2021) New York
The Department of Curriculum & Teaching is seeking a current student in the C&T Department to support ongoing community building for students in the Master of Education, Master of Arts in Curriculum, and Master of Arts in Elementary and Secondary Professional Certification programs. This Peer Mentor will coordinate a series of virtual social and professional activities and events to support the experience and development of students across C&T masters programs. Since the fall semester is online, we are seeking someone already proficient in using online platforms like zoom for holding events, fostering dialogue and building community.
C&T Doctoral Student Peer Mentor - Graduate Assistant (2020|2021) New York
The Department of Curriculum and Teaching will be hiring a Doctoral Peer Mentor for the Fall 2020|Spring 2021 Academic Year. The Doc Peer Mentor GA will be responsible for coordinating a colloquium series as well as coordinating doctoral students' induction experience in C&T 6100 with the support of faculty.
Lecturer New York
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a lecturer with recent relevant experience to join the core faculty in the Psychological Counseling and School Counseling Ed.M. Program in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology.
TCCS Online Music and Club Assistants (Work Study) New York
The Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) leverages faculty and student expertise, research, teaching, and service to enrich learning and improve outcomes in New York City public schools, especially those in the local community. A major initiative of OSCP is the development of Teachers College Community School (TCCS), which was established by Teachers College and the New York City Department of Education as a non-selective, public, demonstration PreK-8 school with a formal affiliation with TC. Opened in 2011, the school now serves pre-Kindergarten through eighth grades. For more details, visit: or TCCS (Teachers College Community School) is seeking multiple work study students to assist with online music classes and TC Clubs (yoga, science, movement, etc.). Tentative start is September 2020 through early May 2021. Dates are subject to change based on NYC DOE guidelines. Responsibilities include: Assist music and club teachers during online music and club classes with classroom management, attendance, and lesson demonstrations
Grant Researcher (Work Study) New York
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a Grant Researcher to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College. The primary responsibility of the Grant Researcher is to oversee and maintain an accurate and comprehensive grant database for TC faculty and students engaged in international work. This includes researching available and applicable grants; maintaining a calendar of submission deadlines and overseeing a larger grant database for OIA records and the TC community. The Grant Researcher will also work to ensure that the OIA website features up-to-date information about funding opportunities. In addition, the Grant Researcher may be asked to conduct research related to issues in international education. In this capacity, the Grant Researcher will prepare literature reviews and presentations on relevant topics; and may also be asked to assist with visits from international delegations and other OIA events. This position reports to the Program Manager. This position is remote during Fall 2020 with the possibility of onsite work in Spring 2021.
Alumni Relations Marketing Work Study New York
The Alumni Relations team is seeking a Marketing and Media Work Study to assist with creating social media content, proofreading and copyediting, video and audio production and more. This position provides a great opportunity to be part of a friendly, flexible team. Here is the full job description: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: creating and maintaining communications calendars; updating the website and social networking sites; researching alumni news to feature on social media; proofreading web pages, emails and other copy; replying to alumni questions via email; updating various databases; editing class notes for TC Today magazine; editing virtual event recordings; drafting congratulations letters to alumni; and assisting with event preparation and other administrative tasks as necessary. Minimum Qualifications: Must be a current TC student AND have been awarded federal work-study for the term in which a work-study position is being sought. Must be a student matriculated in a TC degree program. Must be taking at least 6 credits (or equivalent, which includes full-time equivalent offerings - HBSK 6480, CCPJ 6480, CCPX 6480, or any 8900 course). Must be able to work approx 16 hours per week between Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. Full-time TC employees are not eligible for this position. Must have previous office experience. Preferred Qualifications: Organization skills: detail oriented, flexible and able to handle multiple tasks Excellent written and verbal communication skills Social media experience (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and/or LinkedIn) Ability to keep supervisor apprised of the status of all tasks Ability to take initiative and work independently Strong computer skills and experience in Google Suite and Microsoft Office preferred Previous marketing and/or communications experience preferred Experience with Adobe Photoshop is a plus Experience editing videos is a plus, ideally in Adobe Premiere Pro
CCRC Research Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University has up to 20 hours/week of project work available in academic year 2021 for a qualified work study eligible student. The CCRC Research Assistant provides general support to the CCRC administrative team as needed. Tasks include supporting research logistics, retrieving and reviewing research literature, and contributing to written products. Requirements include proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills. Candidates should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter including information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date. See CCRC Current Projects at
Student Ambassador: Work Study New York
The Office of Admission is on the search for our next star Student Ambassadors! We're looking for outgoing, enthusiastic, patient individuals who will be excited to talk to prospective students and applicants about their TC experience. Daily work will include answering emails, phone calls, editing captioning of our virtual events, and tackling other administrative projects as needed. Most importantly, our Ambassadors are often the face of our office, both virtually and in-person! They provide campus tours (currently through virtual platforms), speak at our events, and write blogs to be shared on our social media outlets. For this reason, we're looking for students who will be excited and comfortable being in the spotlight! We are hoping to hire students who will be available to start in September and continue working through the end of the Spring semester. To be reviewed, you must upload a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and why you are interested in this position! We look forward to reviewing your application!
Office of Financial Aid Student Assistant New York
Our office is looking to hire as soon as possible for students in the 2020-2021 academic year. Please submit both resume and cover letter for review - incomplete applications will not be considered.
Community Impact: Off-Campus Work Study (Multiple Positions) New York
Community Impact seeks Teachers College Graduate students with current Federal Work Study eligibility for the School year 2020-21, who are eager to work with a diverse adult population and are interested in community service in a non-profit setting.
Adult Learning Interim Academic Secretary New York
The Adult Learning and Leadership/AEGIS program seeks an Interim (Temporary) Academic Secretary whom exhibits strong service orientation, office support skills, and excellent communication skills. The Interim Academic Secretary should possess organizational and time management skills and have the ability to prioritize and handle simultaneous demands and to meet deadlines. The ideal candidate should possess a strong work ethic, sense of initiative, be a team player, have the ability to multitask while maintaining professionalism, and have excellent follow up skills. The person in this position is also expected to maintain office decorum, assist program/department members and all visitors in a friendly, professional, and respectful manner. The incumbent will be responsible for the daily operation of the program office. The position reports directly to the Program Manager. Other related duties, including responsibilities to support the department.
MD-ICCCR Work-Study 2020-2021 New York
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) is seeking a Work Study for the 2020-2021 school year. The MD-ICCCR is an innovative center committed to developing knowledge and practice to promote constructive conflict resolution, effective cooperation, and social justice. This work-study position assists with the education program at the MD-ICCCR. This work-study will support the course instructors before, during, and after each online course. They will provide technical assistance in real-time to the instructors teaching the course and the students participating in the course virtually.
Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a Graduate Research Assistant to support the Center’s IES-funded partnership with Teachley, Inc through their Small Business Innovation Research grant. The Graduate Research Assistant will support the CTSC team in studying the development of Teachley’s online fractions tool, with a particular emphasis on how the tool both supports and is used for formative assessment. The Graduate Research Assistant will contribute to qualitative aspects of the project, including data collection and analysis. The position is temporary, although there is a possibility that the work will continue with more funding beyond the eight-month rapid prototyping phase. All work will be conducted remotely through the initial term of this project. Minimum Qualifications: *Enrollment in a Masters or Doctoral program, with some emphasis on elementary or secondary education. *Some qualitative research experience. *Strong organizational skills. Preferred Qualifications: *Interest and/or experience in innovative instruction, mathematics education, rapid prototyping, digital tools for the classroom.
Office Assistant (Work Study) New York
Seeking TC students with college work study to work in the Office of Residential Services. Position primarily handles administrative tasks for the office including phones, guest housing reservations, mail room, and general office tasks.

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