Working at The LP
Frequently, our teachers find their “home” at The Learning Project, but occasionally we do seek experienced Head Teachers and Administrators to join our community of educators. All openings are listed here, on the AISNE and NAIS websites, on LinkedIn, School Spring, Handshake, amongst others. The Learning Project is eager to meet educators who are enthusiastic about the school’s mission and are hoping to join a collaborative and supportive work environment.
The Learning Project hires up to six Fellows for its year-long Teacher Training Fellowship Program. This program provides a rich opportunity for beginning teachers to train directly with experienced mentor teachers and to develop their own teaching skills by working daily in the classroom. Teaching Fellows meet weekly with their mentor teachers and also as a cohort in seminar with the Director of the Fellowship Program for professional development and to discuss their classroom experience. Teaching Fellows also supervise children in the After School Program. Placement in the program is perfect for recent undergraduate or graduate students, career changers, or those currently enrolled in a graduate level education program.
Teaching Fellows receive a medical benefit, plus a $33,000 yearly stipend. The school has a limited number of moderate housing grants available on a rolling basis for Fellows.
While all candidates are encouraged to apply, we are actively seeking candidates from diverse backgrounds as part of our broader effort to ensure that our community and our hiring process reflects our Mission, which is rooted in social justice, diversity, and equity. All applicants should connect to, and be willing to carry forward, these principles in their instructional and relational work.
The Learning Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin.
We would love to hear from you!