Working at UCBHSSP

Current Searches:

Academic Coordinator I  (The first review date will be May 17.)

The History-Social Science Project at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for a one year, 100% time Academic Coordinator appointment, rank I with a step ranging from 7-10 based on experience, with a start date as early as July 1, 2019. The Academic Coordinator leads professional development in history for K-12 grade level teachers participating in University of California, Berkeley History-Social Science Project (UCBHSSP) programming. This is a fiscal year, full-time appointment of 40 hours a week. The Academic Coordinator will work closely with the Director of the UCBHSSP, as well as district and school site administrations and department leadership, to provide professional development for history-social science teachers. We seek applicants with experience in history instruction, curriculum development, and adult learning. We are particularly looking for someone to join our team who has expertise in Ethnic Studies and culturally sustaining pedagogies.

Additional Opportunities:

  • If you would like to be involved with our programs as a participant, please explore our events page.
  • If you would like to join our teacher leader network, please learn more about our Teacher Research Group.

Opportunities for Graduate Students (2019-2020)  

Medieval History - Starting in the fall, you would meet with UCBHSSP staff and the working group of 7th grade teachers to help outline the year of study. As the project moves forward, you would help identify resources and provide critical feedback on the direction of the units and lessons developed. This collaboration would end with the academic year.

Asian History (Southeast, South Asian, East Asian) - UCBHSSP will be developing a summer institute to be held at the Asian Art Museum during summer 2020. The focus of the institute will be on interconnection and trade.

For more information on either of these opportunities for graduate students, email Rachel Reinhard (rreinhard@berkeley.edu).