City Neighbors Schools Seeking Special Education Teachers for 2017-18

The City Neighbors schools are looking for K-12 Special Educators for the 2017-2018 school year.   The ideal candidate has Special Education teaching experience, case management experience, a deep commitment to inclusion, a strong ability to work with students, parents, and teachers, and a commitment to progressive ideals of teaching and learning.   All candidates must be MSDE certified.

Located in northeast Baltimore City, The City Neighbors Foundation serves over 850 students in grades K-12.   Our schools are committed to vision of all children as capable, powerful, creative, and worthy of the deepest respect.     Our pedagogical mission focuses on project-based learning and arts integration and are inspired by the Reggio Emilia schools of Italy.

Send resume and cover letter in the form of an email attachment (pdf) to hiring@cityneighborsfoundation.org.

City Neighbors Charter School seeks Middle School Humanities Teacher for 2017-18

City Neighbors Charter School is seeking creative, dynamic, passionate and innovative Middle School educators interested in teaching Social Studies and/or Language Arts starting in the Fall of 2017.     Ideal candidates are interested in progressive teaching and learning, arts integration, project-based learning, a diverse community, building teacher/student relationships, and a pioneering spirit of education.   All candidates must be MSDE certified/eligible.  Located in northeast Baltimore City, City Neighbors Charter School serves 226 students in grades K-8.

Send resume and cover letter in the form of an email attachment (pdf) to hiring@cityneighborsfoundation.org.

City Neighbors Schools are seeking early elementary teachers for 2017-18

The City Neighbors schools, located in northeast Baltimore City, are seeking progressive, creative, and dynamic early elementary teachers for the 2017-2018 school year.   Ideal candidates have a commitment to progressive education, arts integration and project-based learning, emergent and responsive curriculum, the workshop model, teacher leadership, and strong respectful relationships with students and adults.

Email your resume and cover letter, both in the form of an email attachment (pdf), to Academic Director, Mike Chalupa, at hiring@cityneighborsfoundation.org. No phone calls, please.

Teaching Careers

What is your ideal place for teaching and learning? A place where student learning is creative, responsive, and engaging? A place that is not driven by standardized testing?

A place where you can build deep and strong relationships with your students? A place that is looking to push the envelope on current thinking about best practices? A place where teachers are seen as researchers and experts about their practice?

Interested? Email us at hiring@cityneighborsfoundation.org and tell us about your ideal.