Achievement First is hiring Teachers & administrators

Achievement First is always looking for great
teachers and school leaders. If you are a
smart, talented and dedicated educator
who is passionate about helping urban
students succeed in college and life, please

Achievement First is Hiring!
Achievement First is a growing network of high-performing, K-12 urban public charter schools in Connecticut and Brooklyn focused on providing all of our scholars with the academic and character skills they need to graduate from top colleges. In fact, 100% of the class of 2010 and 2011 was accepted to a four-year college! As we open new schools and add grades to our existing schools, we are looking for great teachers and school leaders to join our team. To learn more about Achievement First, access our instructional resources, or to apply online, please visit
School-Based Opportunities

· Elementary, middle, and high school teachers
· Founding middle school teachers in Brooklyn
· Founding high school teachers in Connecticut
· Special education teachers
· Secondary math teachers
· Secondary science teachers
· Lower-elementary classroom teachers
· Regional Superintendent
· Director of School Operations
Network Support Opportunities
· Director of Leadership Development
· Regional Director of Special Services Achievement
· Regional Director of Operations
· Associate Director, Data Warehouse Engineering
· Associate Director, Facilities
· Associate Director, Human Capital
· Associate Director, Math Achievement (Grades 5-12)
· Operations Associate
· Human Capital Associate
· Graphic Designer
· Assistant, Leadership Development
· Principal’s Executive Assistant
· Data Analyst Intern
· Teacher Career Pathway Lesson Observer
Summer Internship Opportunities
Achievement First is looking for summer interns! Positions are available at our schools and network support offices in Brooklyn, NY, Bridgeport, CT, and New Haven, CT. Our summer internships offer a great opportunity to learn about charter school operations and make an immediate impact by ensuring our schools are ready for scholars in August. Projects may include managing student enrollment processes, tracking and procuring inventory, coordinating student onboarding, or designing a (simple!) library database. Internships have flexible hours and are unpaid.
If you are interested, please email Genna Weinstein, Director of Recruitment Operations ( with the email subject “Achievement First Internship”. Please include the following in your email:
· your resume
· the city in which you would like to intern (Brooklyn, Bridgeport, or New Haven)
· two to three sentences on why you are interested in K-12 education.
We will respond to your application within three weeks.