Analyst- Assessment and Evaluation and Junior Business Analyst
Teaching experience is an ideal qualification for both of these flexible location roles, so both are great potential fits for TFA Alums with interests in data analysis and technology.
- The Analyst-Assessment and Evaluation will think about how to incorporate student work analyses (both qualitative and quantitative) into our assessment of teacher and student growth and development in our Teaching Fellows programs. These analyses will be used to drive teacher improvement across TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs. This is a unique opportunity for someone interested in applying a combination of teaching experience and/or experience working with student data with quantitative research and data analysis skills to improve teacher performance. We are looking for people with teaching experience, who are creative and aren’t afraid of ambiguity, and have experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis (including the ability to conduct basic statistical analyses such as correlations and linear and logistic regressions). The application and complete job description can be found here.
- The Junior Business Analyst will manage TNTP’s overall video technology strategy to meet our program and organizational goals. Video is increasingly playing a role in TNTP’s teacher development work (both in Fellows programs and our work with school districts). Experience as a teacher or in education more broadly would be a plus. In addition, we are looking for candidates who have an affinity for and love technology, are able to manage multiple work streams independently, have strong communication skills, and are proactive problem solvers who aren’t afraid to take risks. The application and complete job description can be found here.
DESIGN, FOUND and LEAD your dream school with KIPP. The Fisher and Miles Family Fellowships provide educational leaders one and two year pathways to founding their own school. The Fisher Fellowship (our 1 year pathway) includes a Summer Institute in Chicago, residencies at KIPP schools nationwide, and individualized coaching from experienced KIPP school leaders. Upon completion of the fellowship, leaders return to their preferred region and open their dream school one grade level at a time.
Brandi Vardiman (Miami ’03) developed a research-based literacy program for her kindergarten class. Now she’s opening a new KIPP elementary school where the entire teaching team will put literacy at the heart of every lesson. Where will YOU take us?
The 2014-15 Fellowship Application is now live. Apply HERE by November 7th for priority notification of your application status!
The Chief Academic Officer role is an exciting opportunity to work closely with schools and principals to ensure all KIPP Austin students are climbing the mountain to college. The CAO will directly manage 4-6 principals and be responsible for both individual coaching and support of KIPP Austin’s school leaders as well as their overall professional development. As well, the CAO will lead the work on the instructional design work of KIPP Austin’s 2020 Strategic Plan. KIPP Austin is seeking two Chief Academic Officers – one who will oversee our elementary school programming, the other our secondary school programming – both to start in June of 2015.
The Founding High School Principal will design and launch KIPP Austin’s second high school to serve students from KIPP Austin Vista Middle School and KIPP Austin Beacon Prep Middle School. The Founding High School Principal will spend the 2015-2016 school year completing KIPP’s renowned Fisher Fellowship and then open the doors to our new high school in August of the 2016-2017 school year. Applications for this position must be submitted no later than November 7.
The High School Principal will assume leadership of KIPP Austin’s existing high school, KIPP Austin Collegiate, for the 2015-2016 school year. This role is an opportunity to build out our high school from approximately 500 students to 800 students and increase the effectiveness of high school programming to achieve KIPP Austin’s mission of ensuring all students complete the journey to and through college.
KIPP Austin Assistant Principals play a critical role in school leadership and student achievement. Every Assistant Principal manages between 8-12 teachers and plays a central role in teacher development and instructional coaching. Assistant Principals take on significant school leadership responsibilities and work closely with the principal to achieve the school’s goals. KIPP Austin is seeking Assistant Principals to support our growing elementary and middle schools in school year 2015-2016. The Assistant Principal position will be posted to our website in the next few weeks; in the meantime, please contact email@example.com to express your interest.
For more information, contact Emily Schneider-Krzys, Senior Director of Talent, or visit www.kippaustin.org to complete your application today.
Join your fellow Austin Alumni and their families for our 7th Annual Back to School Kick Off!
In addition to plenty of socializing and merriment, the Alumni Board will share their initiatives for the year and how you can get involved.
We would also love your help in fulfilling teachers’ wish lists. Teachers submitted items they want for their classrooms. Check out their wish lists and volunteer to bring their item to the Kick Off by writing your name on the google doc.
Thank you to Jerry (Chicago ’07) and Diego Negrete for hosting!!
1610 Astor Place
Austin, Texas 78721
The McBee Elementary School Library is looking for volunteers! McBee is an Austin ISD campus located in North Austin on Braker Lane with an enrollment of approximately 550 students. Library volunteers are needed mainly to assist with book shelving, but may have the opportunity to work on other special projects as they arise or to pursue areas of special interest. No special experience or knowledge is required; just the urge to help! Requested minimum time commitment is one hour once a week. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
PelotonU is a local non-profit that provides an innovative pathway through college to help students graduate on time with no debt.
We’re recruiting high-school graduates (under age 25) who work and are not enrolled currently in college.
This program blends mentorship, a scholarship, and high-quality online colleges to provide students with the support and flexibility needed to earn their degree.
Contact Sarah Saxton-Frump RV ’07 for more information via email@example.com
Join the Perez team, including four Austin Alumni who also work and lead at this AISD school.