Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Restoring the Heart to Education: On the Promotion of the Humanities in K-12 Education
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MS Latin teacher
Washington Latin PCS Teach five sections of MS Latin and serve as an advisor. Applicant needs to be willing to work to reach kids who are not initially enthusiastic. Join a team of nine Latin teachers at a wonderful and diverse classical school that believes in shaping young people and accepts all of the messiness entailed in that undertaking.
School Leader Fellowship
Ascent Classical Academies Now is an exciting time to be a leader in the classical education movement! Ascent Classical Academies is expanding and adding new campuses, to provide more families and children access to an American Classical Education.
Strong school leaders and great teachers are key to a high-quality charter school, with an important mission to develop the minds, hearts, and bodies of our young people.
In order to ensure families have strong leadership in Ascent Classical Academy schools, we have developed an Ascent Classical School Leader fellowship, to prepare experienced classical educators to lead and in some cases, open new Ascent Classical Academy schools. Ascent Classical School Leadership Fellows will serve in an existing school for up to a year to develop and hone their abilities to prepare them to lead a school. Each fellowship is individually tailored but includes topics in: Academic leadership and administration; School operations; and External relations.
Fellows will have a leadership coach who will work to develop a leadership training plan to ensure fellows have a well-rounded development program to prepare them to take the reins of a school.
Successful fellows who have demonstrated their readiness for school leadership may start preparing to open or take over a school during the second half of the fellowship. Fellows may also have the opportunity to fill positions as deans / assistant headmasters.
Ascent Classical Academies is currently looking for candidates ready to take their career in classical education to the next level and accepting applicants for the 2022-2023 school year.
Director of Alumni Advocacy
American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) seeks a Director of Alumni Advocacy. ACTA is an independent, nonprofit organization committed to promoting academic freedom, academic excellence, and accountability at America’s colleges and universities.
Since the formation of the Alumni Free Speech Alliance in Fall 2021, there has been an uprising of alumni who want to ensure that colleges and universities protect and encourage free expression. The Director of Alumni Advocacy advances ACTA’s mission by supporting the efforts of alumni groups to advocate for reform, particularly surrounding their alma maters’ free expression policies.
The Director of Alumni Advocacy is responsible for building partnerships, raising awareness, and creating resources, as well as working closely with the Director of ACTA’s Fund for Academic Renewal.
Program Associate, Trustee & Government Affairs
American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) is an independent, nonprofit organization committed to academic freedom, academic excellence, and accountability at America’s colleges and universities.
The Program Associate for Trustee & Government Affairs advances ACTA’s core values of academic excellence, academic freedom, and accountability by assisting the Vice President of Trustee & Government Affairs in maintaining ACTA’s national network of trustees and elected officials and improving ACTA’s communications with those audiences.
The Program Associate is expected to be personable, dynamic, well organized, highly motivated, and principled, and to act with the highest degree of personal responsibility, accountability, and honesty.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Jordan Thomas at email@example.com with the subject line “Application: Program Associate for Trustee & Government Affairs”.
Executive Assistant to the President
American Council of Trustees and Alumni ACTA is an independent, nonprofit organization committed to promoting academic freedom, academic excellence, and accountability at America’s colleges and universities.
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) seeks an Executive Assistant to the President. The Executive Assistant will work collaboratively with all members of the ACTA team and will have the opportunity to work on a diverse and exciting set of initiatives in higher education reform.
The Executive Assistant position is based in Washington, DC, and will report directly to ACTA President Michael Poliakoff. This position requires exceptional communication skills, the ability to prioritize and execute tasks efficiently and effectively, and utmost respect for confidentiality. Additionally, the Executive Assistant must demonstrate strong research and writing skills. This position is ideally suited for a dynamic and entrepreneurial individual who feels as comfortable scheduling high-profile meetings as interpreting complicated texts and documents.
The highest degree of personal responsibility, accountability, and honesty is expected. A bachelor’s degree is required, and 3–5 years of related professional experience is preferred.
To apply, please send a cover letter, including a salary requirement, and a resume to Jordan Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Application: Executive Assistant.”