NY Educator & Professional Development Facilitator:
The Educator will work collaboratively with the CELF team, specifically as a creative and strategic team partner to the CELF Director of Education, to develop CELF’s Professional Learning Program primarily for K-12 schools in New York State, New York City, and the Northeast. The Educator will contribute to the design and delivery of professional learning programs and the development of curricular resources for the organization.
The Educator and Professional Development Facilitator will work collaboratively with CELF, specifically as a creative and close team partner to the Houston CELF Program Manager, to support CELF’s Sustainable Schools Professional Learning Program for Houston area K-12 schools. The Educator will support the delivery of professional development programs for the organization.
Join CELF and teachers around the country as we explore how environmental literacy through the lens of environment, economics and equity. In December, we will learn and reflect on the “economy” pillar of the 3 E’s of Sustainability framework. Economic sustainability refers to practices that facilitate long-term economic growth without compromising social, environmental, and cultural components of a community. January focuses on Equity.
The CELF Summer Institute is an intensive multi-day virtual workshop that enables educators to integrate the concepts of sustainability into new or existing curricula. The Institute equips Educators with practices and teaching methods to address the core concepts of EfS – the intersection of social, economic, and ecological systems – and how the balance of those three systems is vital to a sustainable future and relevant to all subject areas.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 2:00pm to Thursday, July 16, 2020, 4:30pm
The board and executive director (ED) are looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience scaling an organization, leading both HQ Westchester, NY and satellite staff in Houston, and developing a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. Reporting to the ED, the COO will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for all CELF programs and will manage a group of program directors.
The Program Director will assess optimal curriculum and professional development access points for CELF’s Education for Sustainability (EfS) programs in Houston K-12 schools. Program Director will focus on delivery of CELF professional development programs for K-12 schools. These programs will include but are not limited to: onsite planning meetings with school administrators and teachers; onsite professional development workshops; and a Houston-based CELF Summer Institute.
The Director of Development will collaborate with the Executive Director to secure a diverse revenue stream for a growing non-profit. provides innovative and strategic leadership in the planning, implementation, and management of the organization’s annual fundraising plan and long-term development strategies. S/he provides new opportunities to financially grow the organization and is responsible for overseeing an integrated strategic communications plan to support fundraising.
Join a cutting-edge organization to implement exciting whole-district and whole-school Education for Sustainability programs. Based in Westchester, NY, with programs focused in NYC and surrounding areas, the Director of Education will oversee professional development programs and manage communications across multiple schools, staff, and community partners. Conceive, develop and implement new programming in conjunction with strategic plans, and join CELF's network of field experts.
Educator will work collaboratively with CELF, specifically with the Director of Education to design, to implement and support the delivery of professional development programs for the organization. These programs will include but are not limited to: CELF’s On-line Toolkit, Summer Institute, NYC After School Professional Development Program course, Mentor Schools Partnerships and other fee-for-service EfS programs. This part-time position is available immediately.
Connecting hard science and public policy, CELF is partnering with Mt. Sinai Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit and CUNY School of Law's Center for Urban Environmental Renewal to provide professional development for teachers in grades 5-12, with breakouts by grade level clusters. Connect with industry-leading science research professionals, learn to use New York City to make authentic place-based connections and come away with citizen science opportunities for your students.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 8:30am to Thursday, July 14, 2016, 4:00pm