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Virtual Classroom Support Team Volunteer/Intern - Alhambra Elementary School District

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The Million Dollar Teacher Project is a non-profit organization that’s mission is to elevate the teaching profession through increased teacher compensation, recognition, and support. We develop grassroots, community-centered programs to meaningfully impact those three pillars (compensation, support, recognition).

The Classroom Support Team (CST) Intern assists with one of the most impactful programs in our nonprofit. As a CST Intern, you will impact the learning outcomes of dozens of students by supporting the lead teacher. This role provides a variety of exposure to the most important teacher duties. Your goal is to support the classroom environment, use of technology, parent communication, and everyday maintenance tasks to allow teachers and students to engage in the most enriching learning environment possible.


  • Curate content for Class Dojo, a classroom social media tool. Collect student work, take pictures of work, create posts, act as a point of contact for parents, and upkeep of the Class Dojo stream
  • Write positive notes about students to be sent to parents
  • Research community data and use the research to effectively engage with parents
  • Process and manage student achievement data
  • Support struggling students with emotional, behavioral, and academic interventions
  • Encourage positive behavior in students and monitor individual progress of participation and behaviors
  • Manage student behavior in a variety of settings by enforcing rules and procedures
  • Uphold discipline policies in accordance with classroom rules and disciplinary systems of school
  • Grade some class work, homework, tests and assignments as assigned by teacher
  • Assist in maintenance/accuracy/completion of students’ records, progress, and development
  • Develop classroom technology strategies and assist the teacher in delivery of technology-assisted instruction
  • Participate in extracurricular school functions (i.e., Meet the Teacher Night, Parent-Teacher Conferences)

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2942 N 24th St, Suite 211, PHOENIX, AZ 85016, US

Mission Statement

At Million Dollar Teacher Project, we support students by supporting teachers. Our mission is to elevate the teaching profession through increased recognition, compensation, and support.


Increased Teacher Compensation:

We are creating programming and solutions to radically increase teacher compensation in sustainable ways that are not connected to state funding, property taxes or tax credits. We want to develop new revenue generating methods to inject new revenue streams in to the education system.

Increase Teacher Recognition

We are creating programming to bridge the relationship between the community and schools to show teachers they are appreciated and valued.. We conduct events like our Take a Teacher to Lunch program and our #Teacherthankyounotes social media campaign.

Increased Support For Teachers

We actively create solutions to increase the teachers ability to positively impact students in their classrooms. One of those strategies is our Classroom Support Team Program or CST. Through the CST we surround the teacher with a team to increase their opportunities for differentiated and diversified instruction in the classroom.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


Tue Sep 01, 2020 - Mon Nov 30, 2020
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM  


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • General Education
  • Tutoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Youth Services
  • Child Development
  • Child Advocacy


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 17
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8 hours per week
  • Requirements • Part-time/full time positions available • Possess a good attitude, hard work ethic, and a passion for helping communities • Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, Marketing majors (or related degree) preferred • All majors welcomed • Inte

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