It’s mid-August, the end of summer is in sight, and somehow the stores are already stocking up on Halloween must-haves. It could only mean one thing: back to school!
As you get yourself (and your little ones, perhaps) ready for the back-to-school season, here are seven nonprofit schools and education orgs hiring up in preparation for the school year ahead.
Ann Martin Center, Emeryville, CA
Ann Martin Center is dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk children, youth, and their families in Alameda County by providing psychotherapy, educational therapy, and diagnostic assessment. The Center is distinguished by its emphasis on both emotional and educational support.
AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School, Washington DC
AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School’s mission is to provide young children with the social, emotional and cognitive foundations that will enable them to succeed in school. They focus exclusively on young children, ages three and four, supporting their specific development needs with an experience created just for them.
Community Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
By providing comprehensive, year-round after school programs for over 100 youth annually, Community Arts Center uses the arts as a tool for developing self-sufficiency and offers avenues for high achievement in a variety of artistic disciplines, as well as in academics, employment and social relationships.
Rocketship Public Schools, Various Locations
Rocketship Public Schools’ nonprofit network of public elementary charter schools propels student achievement, develops exceptional educators, and partners with parents who enable high-quality public schools to thrive in their community.
Teacher’s Democracy Project, Baltimore, MD
The Teachers’ Democracy Project’s mission is to support Baltimore City Public School teachers and school communities in building sustainable and just neighborhood schools. This mission is accomplished through school-based projects that deepen school relationships, and through policy and advocacy work that supports school communities.
Uncommon Schools, New York, NY
By building schools that reflect and represent the communities served, Uncommon Schools enhance the cultural competence of their scholars, preparing them for a multicultural, global future.
Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation, Bronx, New York
The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) is a community development organization founded on the radically simple idea that all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities. WHEDco’s mission is to give the South Bronx access to all the resources that create thriving neighborhoods, from high-quality education programs, to fresh, healthy food, cultural programming, and economic opportunity.
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