Working as a substitute teacher is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the schools in our district, principals and teachers. If you hold a valid Massachusetts teaching license, substitute teaching could lead to a professional teaching position.
Substitute teaching provides great experience for future teachers, a flexible work schedule and good pay.
Who becomes a substitute teacher?
- Future Teachers
- Retired Persons
- Career Changers
You must have a Bachelor’s Degree and at least one of the following requirements:
- A Mass Teaching License (out of state licenses will be considered with teaching experience)
- Complete the Sub Skills Basic Training Course online at www.STEDI.org), you must complete the course with at least an 85% average, (you must have some teaching experience)
- Two years teaching experience (you may be asked to complete the Sub Skills Basic Training Course online at www.STEDI.org )
How to Apply:
- Go to www.bostonpublicschools.org and use the search engine for Substitute Teaching
- Select “Teaching Positions/Substitute Teaching Boston
- Scroll to How to apply and click the “here” link to create a profile
- CLICK “ADVANCED SEARCH”
- SCROLL DOWN TO “JOB OPENING ID”
- TYPE IN “341275”. THIS WILL TAKE YOU TO THE SUBSTITUTE TEACHER DISTRICT POOL POSTING
Once you have applied please contact Gwen Cleckley or Vivian Furtado at 617-635-9380, or email firstname.lastname@example.org