Please see below for listings of events, job descriptions, and other notifications from the friends and associates of the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training.
Santa Cruz Waldorf School
Preschool After School Lead – Posted 7/18/17
2190 Empire Grade, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
San Francisco Waldorf School
Part-Time High School Front Desk Administrative Assistant – Posted 7/13/17
470 West Portal, San Francisco, CA 94127
Preschool Assistant and Grades Aftercare Teacher – Posted 7/12/17
2491 San Miguel Dr, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Singing Stones School
Grades Teacher – Posted 7/11/17
2491 San Miguel Dr, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Golden Bridges School
Full-Time Kindergarten Aftercare Teacher – Posted 7/5/17
65 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112
Wood Work Teacher for 2017-2018 – Posted 6/19/17
200 South Main, Sebastopol, CA 95472
Waldorf School of Mendocino County
Various Employment Opportunities – Posted 5/23/17
6280 3rd Street, Calpella, CA, 95418
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County offers an authentic Waldorf program: a dedicated and experienced faculty, a helpful staff, a supportive Board, and a committed parent community. We are centrally located between both Rudolf Steiner College in the Sacramento area and the rich offerings in the greater San Francisco Bay.
Mendocino County maintains its rural flavor yet offers a culturally progressive experience, as only Northern California can. Farmers markets, organic restaurants, boutique shopping, wine tasting, the redwoods, and the nearby Pacific Coast also make our area a great place to raise a family.
We have a few job opportunities for the 2017-2018 school year. All full job descriptions can be found on our website: www.waldorfmendocino.com
* Gardening Teacher, Grades 3-6
Share the wonder of growing food in an established garden
* Singing/music, Strings/orchestra, piano accompaniment
Be a confident and passionate leader for established program
* Aftercare, Grades 1 – 6
Provide an enriching afterschool program to capable students
* Kindercare, Preschool and Kindergarten
Offer a restful, play based afternoon program to young students
* Paid Internship for a student studying to be a Grades Main Lesson Teacher
Receive mentoring while leading select activities with First & Second Grade students
It is possible that one person could fulfill several positions, depending on their skill set.
Apply by sending your letter of interest, resume, and references to our Administrator, Spring Senerchia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camellia Waldorf School
Seeking Grades Class Teachers – Posted 5/23/17
7450 Pocket Rd, Sacramento, CA 95831
Camellia Waldorf School is seeking applicants for our Rising First, Fourth and Seventh Grade Classes for the 2017-2018 school year.
Founded in 1989, Camellia Waldorf School is an AWSNA accredited urban school with over 120 students from diverse backgrounds. In 2017, our school purchased property and relocated to the Pocket area in Sacramento. The Camellia community that surrounds our children includes devotion and support of a strong parent body and Board of Trustees.
We offer Parent Toddler classes, preschool and kindergarten classes, and an elementary and middle school. Our program includes Spanish, Music, Eurythmy, Handwork, Woodworking, Movement and more. As a school, we are committed to the fullest development of the curriculum, the well of the faculty and staff, the continued study of anthroposophy, and a healthy balanced budget.
Our ideal candidates will have completed their Waldorf teacher training, have successful teaching experience, possess a strong relationship to anthroposophy, and demonstrate a commitment beyond the classroom. We are looking for teachers committed to working collaboratively with colleagues and our parent community.
Please send a cover letter, work resume, personal biographical statement, and professional references to email@example.com.
Time to Rise: A Heartbeet Youth Conference on Social Threefolding September 21 – 23, 2017
Since the Industrial Revolution, western civilization has been driven by economic forces to the detriment of freedom in cultural life, justice and equality for all in political life, and even economic prosperity, due to the concentration of wealth. Well-meaning social movements have sought to address this issue by transferring economic power to the government through communal ownership (communism/socialism), only to find that once again corruption and inequality prevail.
One hundred years ago Rudolf Steiner shared the radical insight that the high ideals of the French Revolution — Liberty, Equality and Fraternity — actually hold the key to social health, but only if they are applied to the appropriate aspects of life: freedom in cultural life, including religion and education; equal rights for all in the political arena; and in place of self-interest, fruitful associative collaboration amongst consumers and producers in the economic sphere to serve the needs of all.
You are invited to participate in a conference at Heartbeet Lifesharing Community in Hardwick, VT to explore these social ideals and engage with others in living into their relevance and creative possibilities in our real current situations: in schools, on farms, intentional communities and other social and economic organizations.
Please visit our conference website at www.threefoldingconference.com for the full schedule and further information. The program will be finalized by end of May. Registration opens May 1. Apply early because space will be limited.