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St. William is a Big Shoulders Fund school as well as a Caritas School in the Archdiocese. In need of a Spanish teacher and a Physical Education teacher who can teach Physical Education instruction for our preschool through 8th grade students three times a week.

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Under the direction of the Site Director, the Early Learning Certified Teacher takes the lead in working with the entire classroom team to implement a formal child screening process, a researched-based curriculum that addresses the Head Start Standards, on-going child assessment, parent involvement and community collaboration. All work to be completed with minimum supervision and in accordance with organizational standards.

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Under the direction of the Project Development Manager, the Head Start Ambassador supports and encourages parents on the importance of children being enrolled in an early learning program. The Chicago Early Learning Ambassadors will conduct community visits to help connect parents to Chicago Early Learning programs and resources that will support early learning and increase enrollment in programs.  All work to be completed with minimum supervision and in accordance with Organizational standards.

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Oak Park family looking a part time nanny. Early Childhood students preferred.

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I am one of the site directors at Aim High's San Rafael campus over summer. Aim High is a free summer enrichment program for middle schoolers in high-needs communities. Aim High started in San Francisco thirty-one summers ago and has grown to include seventeen sites all over the Bay Area. We are currently looking for teachers of all subjects and all backgrounds too! Last summer's staff included everyone from elementary teachers who had just started their careers in teaching, to high school counselors, to veteran middle school teachers, and more. 


With Dominican University being located so close to our campus, the San Rafael site would be a great option for any of your teachers interested in a summer teaching opportunity. In fact, we have had several graduates of Dominican's education department work with Aim High in the past.


Below is a flyer about the Aim High program, as well as a link to our website. 


Any interested applicants can apply directly online, or get in touch with me for more information about our program. 


Thank you,

Stephanie Mera

Aim High Marin Academy Co-Director

909 856 2656

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Noble is hosting our annual hiring event of the season at UIC College Prep on Wednesday, April 4th from 6-8 pm. Our principals are ready to fill their vacancies for next year, and this is the perfect opportunity to make that positive first impression that can lead to a future interview.


In order to attend the event you must RSVP, which you can do by clicking here. You will find additional details on the RSVP form and on the flyer below. Additionally, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I greatly appreciate you sharing this with your organization. We’d love to have students from Dominican at the Networking Night.


Looking forward to seeing you on April 4th!

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School of Education Scholarships
click here for a SOE Scholarship Application Form (see the FORMS section for the scholarship application form). Please note that this application is for graduate students only.  Undergraduate students should contact the Financial Aid Office for scholarship information.
Apply by April 23rd for Spring 2018 scholarships. 
Helen Brach Foundation:               
  • Master of Arts in Teaching, Special Education, or Early Childhood students in high need Catholic schools;                                  
Hall Scholarship:                
  •Early Childhood students
  •Demonstrates financial need
Katherine Inglis Sutter Scholarship: 
 • Special Education students
 • Based on need rather than only academic qualifications.      
 • Can be given to one student or divided among several

Teacher Education Scholarships:           
 • Individual scholarships given on a term by term basis. 
 • Students must be accepted to be eligible. (Students with incomplete application files may apply if they meet all eligibility requirements).
 • Applicants submit a new application for each term: Fall, Spring, Summer I and Summer II.
Archdiocesan Leadership Scholarships:

The School of Education offers scholarships in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Chicago.  These scholarships are awarded by the Archdiocese and you should apply directly to that office.  Please refer to the websites below for qualifications and applications.
For additional information, please contact the Archdiocese of Chicago at (312) 534-5200.

Critical Needs Scholarship:  http://www.criticalneeds2014.pdf
Big Shoulders Fund:

Office Hours
Crown 300
Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Closed at 4:30 pm for Summer and Holidays
General Office Phone number (708) 524-6399
click on "contact us" above for faculty and staff contact information

Click below to access the School of Education Graduate Viewbook Addendum for 2016-2017.


2016-2017 School of Education Viewbook Addendum.pdf

New Student Information:
Click  here  to access important informational resources for new students .
Students may view textbook requirements for their classes by visiting the bookstore's website  here Many instructors also include the information on MyDU in the course details section.