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About working at The Mind Trust

The Mind Trust is a high-impact organization with an emphasis on outcomes. The organization prides itself on its inclusive and dynamic culture, with a focus on quantitative measures and continuous improvement. Our team is highly collaborative and team-oriented, while also offering a flexible work environment. The organization strives to be antiracist in all its programming, policies, and procedures.

Neighborhood Education Advocate

The Mind Trust believes informed parents and families make their communities stronger and stronger communities enhance schools. Similarly, stronger schools enhance students’ experiences and academic growth. Neighborhood Education Advocates (NEAs) will play an integral role in helping to build robust communities and improve outcomes for students.

The Mind Trust is seeking 12 individuals to serve four targeted neighborhoods to develop relationships with neighbors, community organizations, business owners, and schools to deepen the understanding of pertinent education topics. The four neighborhoods that will consist of three NEAs each are far-eastside, near eastside, south, and west. The ideal NEA is a dynamic, solution-oriented individual committed to engaging and developing school, neighborhood, and business partnerships. NEAs will receive training on pertinent topics. These positions will be part-time (10-15) hours a week. NEAs will receive a monthly stipend.

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To apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Lauren Peterson, Senior Director of Community Engagement . Email Lauren.

Director of School Support and Incubation

Position Overview: The Director of School Support and Incubation reports to the Senior Vice President of Schools and will support the incubation work and other key support initiatives of the Great Schools Team. The primary role of the Director of School Support and Incubation will involve working collaboratively with team members to develop content for fellowship programming, and extending support where needed in the managing of the Schools Team budgets and outcomes reporting. In addition, the position supports the capacity building of school leaders and their schools as it pertains to academics and talent development.

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To apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Kelli Marshall, Senior Vice President of Schools. Email Kelli.