At Princeton Montessori School, we believe you’ll find a fulfilling place to work – a place where you can make a difference.
Middle School Teacher (Secondary I)
We are seeking a teacher who is passionate about the Montessori philosophy and enjoys teaching adolescents from sixth through eighth grade. This teacher must excel in written communication and have a desire to share the love of learning with curious students through literature, science and mathematics. The Princeton Montessori School welcomes candidates who want to work with a dynamic and committed team of teachers. An AMS Montessori Elementary or Secondary credential preferred, but not required provided the candidate is willing to become trained over the next three years. Bachelor’s degree required, Masters preferred.
AMS Internship Practicum
The Princeton Montessori Society is offering three unpaid practicum (internship) opportunities (Infant & Toddler, Early Childhood, Elementary I) to begin September 2013 to passionate Montessori educators who have fulfilled the academic requirements through Princeton Center Teacher Education. Applicants must submit a current resume, two references along with a philosophical statement regarding his/her interest to become a Montessori teacher. The minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required. A stipend in the amount of $3,000 will be paid to each participant at the completion of the practicum experience and the fulfillment of the requirements of the PCTE course for the recommendation of an AMS credential.
Teaching Assistant Early Childhood (PT) Are you attentive, energetic, and responsive to young children? Do you like working with a professional team of passionate teachers? The perfect candidate for this position can multi-task, keep an environment orderly and maintain and enjoy the unexpected that occurs in a Montessori classroom filled with happy children ages three through 6. Bachelor’s degree required, Montessori credential a plus but not required provided the candidate is interested in learning more about the developmental characteristics of children and Montessori philosophical principles by completing courses offered in the evening on Thursdays.