Bright Horizons Field Teacher Intern in Cambridge, Massachusetts
2022 Summer Child Care Center Internship Program – Cambridge, MA
High school graduates and college students: apply today to be a Summer Intern at Bright Horizons and grow your skills in the early childhood field!
During this 8-week, full–time internship, you’ll work in an early childhood classroom under the supervision and leadership of an early childhood educator who will help you practice and refine your skills. You’ll have the opportunity to network and collaborate with peers across the country and learn from early childhood curriculum experts that will help guide your experience.
Spend your summer discovering the incredible career and professional development awaiting you at Bright Horizons. Apply today to make this the best summer ever!
Working under the guidance of a Lead Educator in the classroom, you will:
Assist with hands-on activities to meet the needs and interests of the children.
Actively participate in all classroom activities and complete required training.
Keep the classroom safe and clean by following important procedures and guidelines.
Candidates must pass required state and company background checks, and meet state and company minimum education and experience requirements:
At least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED required
Experience working with children; child care, daycare, or preschool preferred
Must be available to work full-time hours (at least 30 hours per week) between June 13 and August 5, 2022
Candidates must be fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing for COVID-19 (testing supplies and tracking provided by Bright Horizons) to ensure compliance with enhanced health and safety protocols and to keep yourself and others safe and free from illness.
If hired into a full time position at Bright Horizons you can look forward benefits including:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Paid time off
Career development and FREE college degrees through our Horizons Teacher Degree Program
*Benefits vary based on full-time/part-time status
Explore your passion for early learning; pursue your purpose as a teacher, and enjoy the possibilities of all the places a Bright Horizons career can take you – in a workplace dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion; where you can be you. Come build a brighter future at one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Apply today!
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