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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.

Manager of Community Engagement

The Manager of Community Engagement will lead administrative aspects of the Community Engagement team’s work, manage special projects, and plan and attend meetings/events with community stakeholders. Throughout their workstreams, this Manager share The Mind Trust’s mission and vision in an effort to consistently build strong, collaborative relationships with community members.

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To apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to The Mind Trust’s Vice President of Community Engagement Lauren Peterson. Email Lauren.

Education Entrepreneur Fellow – Indy Summer Learning Labs

The Education Entrepreneur Fellow will build out and execute planning work streams for the future of Indy Summer Learning Labs for 2023 and beyond. The Fellow will oversee project management and conduct partner cultivation, management, and communication.

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To apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to The Mind Trust’s Manager of School Supports Jazmin Sanders. Email Jazmin.

Senior Director, School Incubation & Acceleration

The Senior Director, School Incubation & Acceleration will lead a statewide incubator/accelerator on behalf of The Mind Trust after supporting the design and launch of the effort. The Senior Director will focus much of their time on supporting the incubation and acceleration of high-quality schools throughout a new state and serve as the point of contact between TMT and partners in the new state.

The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator and influencer who has a strong background in charter school leadership or authorizing. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have general knowledge of the state’s education landscape, education policy and reform, the charter sector, and education entrepreneurship.

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To apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to The Mind Trust’s Senior
Director of Special Projects, Porsche Chisley. Email Porsche.

Director of Schools

Position Overview: The Director of Schools reports to the Senior Vice President of Schools and will support the incubation and authorization work as fellows transition through the fellowship. This role will involve working collaboratively with the Senior Director of Schools and other team members to support fellows in the incubation and authorization process as they engage with the district and authorizer to ensure they are sufficiently prepared for charter approval, replication, or expansion. The Director of Schools remains abreast of the school landscape and supports pushing the work of the Mind Trust forward through consistent engagement with the authorizer and district.

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To apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to The Mind Trust’s Director of Recruitment and Project Management Paula Glover. Email Paula.

Employee Benefits

The Mind Trust offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 403(b) retirement plan including employer matc,h and paid time off. Learn more about benefits The Mind Trust offers below.