“It is imperative to change the way we look at education. We should invest in the foundation of school readiness from birth to age 5.”
We are seeking a three quarter time music teacher fluent in both English and Spanish, and conversant in either Mam or Q’anjob’al, to join our teaching team.
We are seeking a full-time music teacher with a Washington State teaching certificate and a strong background in early learning to join our teaching team.
We are seeking an experienced and passionate individual who will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization, including bookkeeping, organizational, and IT functions.
The successful candidate will be trilingual in English, Spanish and either Mam or Q’anjob’al, and will work closely with the lead teacher and other staff to create a safe and nurturing learning environment that supports the social, emotional, and cognitive development of our young learners.
The part time IT and Production Coordinator will provide technical support to staff, students, and families, managing IT infrastructure, and handling seasonal production tasks such as video and audio editing and synchronization.
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