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ARE YOU UP FOR

THE CHALLENGE?

Forget the chalk and textbooks. Teachers are modernizing education
by removing the walls between classrooms and real
life. They’re doing it using the same innovation, leadership,
and tenacity as CEOs and NFL coaches. It’s a huge job.
If you have what it takes, we’re here to help. See if you’re up to the task.

WE'RE LOOKING FOR TEACHERS WHO CAN:

  • LEAD
  • INSPIRE
  • INNOVATE

Instantly impact students by helping them develop skills they need to compete in a challenging global market. Parents and colleagues will appreciate your work as they see students using these skills in daily life.

Go way beyond teaching rote facts and share your knowledge with a captivated audience. Use your imagination and ingenuity to bring your subject to life in ways students will always remember.

Instantly impact students by helping them develop skills they need to compete in a challenging global market. Parents and colleagues will appreciate your work as they see students using these skills in daily life.

Tim Bailey

Elementary School Teacher

"Real learning doesn’t take place without an emotional connection. Teaching history can make a real difference in the lives of my students."

Kylene Young

Elementary School Teacher

"I started out in social work, then realized a better way to address some of the problems I saw was to become a teacher."

Krista Rajanen

Elementary School Teacher

"I work in an underserved area because I absolutely believe that quality education is a right."

Jennifer Jackobson

Elementary School Teacher

"Teaching is a great job because every day I can feel successful. I can look at my students and think, 'I taught you something today.'"

Anne Brendergast

High School Teacher

"Teaching is a great career change. It allows you to take your former life experience and infuse it into a place that has great need now."

Alexandria Hollet

Elementary School Teacher

"I am struck by the generosity of people in underserved communities--who have nothing, but still give. I believe that education is the fastest and most effective path out of poverty."

The Rewards of Special Education

Special education teachers have a unique opportunity to make an enormous difference in the lives of students -- and their families.

Laurel Horn

High School Special Education

"Education is about lighting the fire. And it's about those moments when you see that spark, that excitement when they've learned something, when they feel valued and they value you."

Natalie Bizzaro

Education Student

"I have to work to pay for school, so it will take a long time to become a teacher. There is such joy to be able to make an impact on a child's life that it's definitely worth it to me."

Jennifer Jackobson

Elementary School Teacher

"Teaching is a great job because every day I can feel successful. I can look at my students and think, 'I taught you something today.'"

Kylene Young

Elementary School Teacher

"I started out in social work, then realized a better way to address some of the problems I saw was to become a teacher."

La'Mont Geddis

Middle School Principal

"If you can read, thank a teacher. Teachers make a difference. We change lives."

Chris Burton

Middle School Faith Studies Instructor

"I want my students to understand their potential. I want them to think for themselves and become self-aware."

Tim Bailey

Elementary School Teacher

"Real learning doesn’t take place without an emotional connection. Teaching history can make a real difference in the lives of my students."

Laurel Horn

High School Special Education

"Education is about lighting the fire. And it's about those moments when you see that spark, that excitement when they've learned something, when they feel valued and they value you."

Chase James

High School Teacher

"I bring in TV shows to talk about things like main ideas or character details. Then students can use those skills to analyze historical figures."

Mauricia Dantes

Elementary School Teacher

"I'm passionate about music. So in every lesson I embed a chant or a rap so students can access what they've learned in the future."

Victoria Scott

Elementary School Teacher

"I bring my life to work by making references to things kids know and tying them back to literature and things that happened in history."

HOW TO BECOME A TEACHER

What does it take to become a teacher? Our roadmap takes you from finding a school and financial aid to getting your licenses and landing a job.

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