May Center for Learning is growing!
We have the following positions open for 2016-2017 school year:
- 2nd/3rd grade lead teacher
- 3rd/4th grade lead teacher
- Teaching assistant
Special education experience is preferred and willingness to train in our multi-sensory methodology is necessary. (Training is provided at no cost to those hired.)
Please submit a resume and cover letter to Patty at email@example.com.
Take a LEAP with us this summer.
May Center for Learning’s Summer LEAP Program targets the academic skills of reading, writing, and math, as well as boosting executive functioning skills like organization, time management, and self-regulation. Our Programs:
- Reading and Writing Intensive (3rd-9th grade)
- Math Intensive (3rd-9th grade; can be combined with Reading and Writing Intensive for a full-day program)
Academic Skill Building (K-2nd grade)
Summer LEAP 2016 runs from June 13th through July 15th. Call 505-983-7407 for more information. Register early as the summer programs programs fill up quickly! Click here for the registration packet.
2016-17 May School Application Packet Now Available
Application materials and tuition information for May School’s upcoming academic year are now available online. For more information or to schedule a May School visit, call Patty Conway at 503-983-7407 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May Center is Hiring for the Summer LEAP Program.
We seek dynamic, experienced teachers to join our team. Special education experience is preferred and willingness to train in our methodology is necessary. (Training is provided at no cost to those hired.) The available positions are for an afternoon math teacher (3rd-9th grade) and an assistant teacher (Kindergarten-2nd grade). The summer school runs for five weeks, from June 13 to July 15. Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
May Center for Learning is a non-profit school, tutoring, and outreach center in Santa Fe, NM for exceptional students who learn differently. In addition, we provide outreach and education to parents, educators, and other professionals in the field of learning differences. To achieve these goals, we focus on four skill areas: Literacy, Empowerment, Advocacy, Principles–LEAP!