At Princeton Montessori School, we believe you’ll find a fulfilling place to work – a place where you can make a difference.
Princeton Montessori School and Princeton Center for Education are seeking those interested in a part time Administrative Internship. If you have completed or are working toward a degree in Business Administration and are looking for an opportunity to gain experience in all areas of independent school management, please send your resume and cover letter detailing your interest and departmental focus to our Human Resources department.
On Call Substitute – (infant through early childhood)
Seeking an energetic, well-balanced individual who enjoys working around children and being a support to teachers. The candidate should be someone who is interested in learning about the Montessori philosophy of teaching. Responsibilities include assisting teachers in multi-age groupings from infants through age 6 in a Montessori classroom. A quiet and calm demeanor and professional appearance is a must. Background check necessary and previous experience a plus. You would be called to work either an 8:00-4:00 day or a 10:30-6:00pm day. Competitive hourly salary.
AMS Internship Practicum
The Princeton Montessori Society may offer up to three unpaid practicum (internship) opportunities (Infant & Toddler, Elementary I and Secondary I) to begin September 2014 to passionate Montessori educators who have fulfilled the academic requirements through Princeton Center Teacher Education at the Infant/Toddler and Elementary I level and approved site for Secondary I.
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. This practicum is not guarantee future employment with the Princeton Montessori Society.