■ Final Education Department Newsletter for This School Year: This is the last Education Department Newsletter for this school year. Summer updates may be sent out for important announcements, so please keep checking your Augsburg email. Have a safe and productive summer and we’ll see you next fall.
■ Summer FPI Job Opportunities: The Fund for the Public Interest is seeking applicants for citizen outreach and Field Manager positions across the country this summer. Earn an average of $6,000-$8,000 this summer To apply online, visit: <http://www.summerjobsthatmatter.org> or call them directly at 1-800-75-EARTH.
■ Search Institute VISTA Jobs: Search Institute, an internationally-recognized youth and family research center located in Minneapolis, has two full time VISTA-supported job openings. One is in the research and development department and the other is in marketing and funder research. Both positions require a participant to participate in the AmeriCorps VISTA program. Please visit <https://careers-mnyouth.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchKeyword=Search+Institute> or contact Melissa Orrey at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
■ Jobs in Fridley This Summer: The City of Fridley has several openings for those interested in working with youth this summer. There are a variety of positions, ranging from 20-40 hours per week, Monday – Friday (June 4 – August 24). The application deadline is Monday, April 12. To apply go to: <https://fridleymn.gov/1345/Summer-Rec-Jobs>. If you are interested please contact Margo at 763-572-3574 or <email@example.com> for more information.
■ Visitation School Jobs: Visitation School in Mendota Heights, Minnesota has a number of middle-level and high school teaching position openings for this fall 2018. More information may be found at: <https://www.visitation.net/about-vis/employment>.
■ Start Planning Now for European Study Abroad Trip in May 2019! Study Education and Psychology in Slovenia, May 2019: Examine the roots of both educational and psychological practices that shaped European culture in beautiful Ljubljana, Slovenia. As part of this May 2019 travel program, you will also experience Roman ruins in Croatia and the canals of Venice, Italy.
This travel seminar has been the most popular Augsburg summer short-term travel seminar each time it has been offered, with maximum enrollment achieved each trip, so start planning now to make sure you can join us!
For more information, visit <http://bit.ly/Slo2019>. To apply, go to <http://studyabroad.augsburg.edu/?go=PsychAndEduSlovenia>.
More information about the trip may be obtained by contacting professors Joseph Erickson <firstname.lastname@example.org> or Stacy Freiheit at <email@example.com>.
■ Free MTLE Preparation Site: A free site on which you can gain valuable test prep experience for the MTLE is available. It is the preparation site for the *Massachusetts* teacher candidate test.
The site can be located following these steps:
Go to: Learning Express (all centers)
- Career Center
- Prepare for an Occupation
Find the MTEL (this is the Massachusetts version but it is almost identical to the Minnesota version of the test)
Students need to register but only need to fill in the spots with an asterisk. and can skip the blank for student ID.
Submitting news to Augsburg:
- To the Education Department News: Send your news to Joseph Erickson at C.B. 312 or erickson-AT-augsburg.edu.
- To the Augsburg Now published by the Augsburg University Office of Public Relations and Communication: Send your news to C.B. 145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To the daily A-Mail electronic newsletter: Go to AugNet Home Page and login. Then click on “Submit News and Announcements” link.
Connecting with Alumni and Friends:
Augsburg University provides several ways to stay connected with alumni and friends. Here are some links to get you started:
- Alumni Information Update: Submit news and contact information changes to the university’s Alumni Office.
- TC2 New Teachers’ Blog
Other Sources of News for K-12 Teachers:
Here are links to some of the very best online news sources for K-12 teachers:
- Education Week
- Teacher Magazine
- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (also, subscribe to ASCD SmartBrief, a daily email news resource delivered right to your inbox).