Roosevelt University College of Education Blog

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2018-2019 Dean’s List Announced

The College of Education is pleased to recognize the 53 undergraduate students who earned the GPA required to make the Dean’s List during the 2018-2019 academic year. The students who earned this special recognition are listed below along with the semesters in which they were recognized. Undergraduate students who complete all coursework during a fall…

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Two Early Childhood Vacancies at Bellwood SD 88

Bellwood SD 88 currently has two vacancies in Early Childhood Education. A Bilingual Pre-K teacher to provide specialized instruction for the purpose of developing the students’ ability to effectively perform courses of study, Spanish or English as appropriate. They will consider all applicants, but a bilingual candidate would be ideal. A Special Education Pre-K teacher…

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Last Call For Gates Scholarship Nominees!

The Gates Scholarship (TGS) needs your help in identifying America’s top minority students, who may be eligible for a prestigious scholarship. TGS is a highly selective, last-dollar scholarship for outstanding, minority, high school seniors from low-income households. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to 300 of these student leaders, with the intent of helping them…

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Talman Elementary School Seeking College Tutors

Talman Elementary School is currently hiring college tutors. The Chicago Public Schools utilizes temporary part-time seasonal support in school-based, network and central office positions. Duties are identified by the hiring manager following the application process. Positions require reliable workers who are able to provide support in areas as requested by administrators. These may include, but…

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Summer 2019 Dean’s Newsletter

After what seems like the longest spring on record, summer has finally arrived. Here are some highlights from our work over the last three months: Faculty Promotions – I am pleased to announce that two associate professors, Leslie Bloom and Dorota Celinska, earned promotion to full professor in May 2019 after an extensive review process….

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Preschool Outreach Interns

Des Plaines Public Library is hiring two Preschool Outreach Interns for the Fall. These internships have proven to be a great start for those interested in LIS, Early Childhood, or other related fields.  We are looking for two interns to work with preschool-aged children at our local early learning center performing story times and playing…

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Association House of Chicago is in need of volunteers

The Family Literacy Program targets children (0 – 5) of parenting students enrolled at the Association House High School to address educational attainment for two generations at once. We provide daily on-site child care, early childhood education, family literacy activities, and parenting workshops on a schedule that is complimentary to the high school schedule– Monday…

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