HIRING! New jobs for foreign language teachers and tutors in Wilmington and Newark, Delaware

Hiring tutors teachers jobs in DelawareDo you love teaching? Here’s your chance to make a real difference!

Tutors needed for 1-on-1 tutoring of elementary school, middle school and high school students, in the daytime and after school hours in the Wilmington, and Newark, Delaware areas. All positions are part-time, as needed.


  • Must have minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Must have 1+ years of teaching / tutoring in the language to which you are applying, exclusive of practicum, student teaching or substituting. Language proficiency alone is not sufficient.


  • French
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Latin
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Russian

A rewarding career is just around the …

David Brower Youth Awards Scholarship deadline is fast approaching

The David Brower Youth Scholarship recognizes six people ages 13 to 22 living in North America who have shown outstanding leadership on a project or campaign with positive environmental and social impact. Applicants must have played a major leadership role in creating, organizing and implementing a project or campaign. Examples of projects and campaigns eligible for the award could include, but are not limited to, conservation, preservation and restoration.

Six winners annually receive a $3,000 cash prize, a professionally produced short film about their work and an all-expense paid trip to the San Francisco Bay area to attend an awards

What’s the future of technology in education? Your answer might win a $2000 scholarship!

CGTrader College Scholarship 2017The Annual CGTrader Scholarship challenges students to dig into the field of technology by writing an essay on how innovative technologies are transforming our lives. As voted by The CGTrader Scholarship Committee, the best submission will be awarded $2,000, and two runners-up will receive $500 each toward college tuition.

The GCTrader Scholarship Essay Topic

Every day there are more innovative technologies entering the marketplace, from virtual and augmented reality devices, to sensors of all kinds, to wearables.  GCTrader wants to know your thoughts! Will these types of technologies ever enter traditional schools and universities? Will they enhance the learning process …

How to get girls interested in STEM subjects

According to the National Girls Collaborative Project although women receive over half of bachelor’s degrees awarded in the biological sciences, “they receive far fewer in the computer sciences (17.9%), engineering (19.3%), physical sciences (39%) and mathematics (43.1%).” Thus, women are underrepresented in most STEM industries. Currently, women are:

  • 35.2% of chemists
  • 11.1% of physicists and astronomers
  • 33.8% of environmental engineers
  • 22.7% of chemical engineers
  • 17.5% of civil, architectural, and sanitary engineers
  • 17.1% of industrial engineers
  • 10.7% of electrical or computer hardware engineers are women
  • 7.9% of mechanical engineers

Helping millennial girls fall in love with STEM

Eventually, every company will …

Earning potential: Do college grads really earn more?

Earning potential. Do college graduates really earn more?College graduations are fast approaching. And, after four years and hundreds of hours spent in classroom discussions, late nights studying for exams, and finessing endless papers and projects, students may wonder… what is that shiny new college degree really worth?

The financial benefits of a college education

The value of a college education cannot be overstated. And, while we can all recite the “Cinderella stories” of students who have thrown off the shackles of higher education to start multimillion dollar (and even billion dollar) businesses, the reality is college grads earn more.

Just how much more?

A recent study from …