Passionate about social change? Want to make a difference?

Looks like it’s hiring season! Over the past week, we’ve heard that many of our partners, fellow travelers, and social entrepreneurs are adding to their teams. And, TransformEd is adding to our team as well. We thought we’d share the opportunities we’re aware of here. Whether you’re an aspiring changemaker, social entrepreneur, ed reformer, or maven of MESH, we wish you luck in your search!

The Director of Innovative School Partnerships will be responsible for launching and leading a three-year partnership between TransformEd and NewSchools Venture Fund (NSVF) to support a cohort of innovative schools in expanding their definition of student success to include both MESH and academic outcomes. The Director will lead a three-month fact-finding effort (March-June 2016) to understand the needs of NSVF cohort schools in this area and then scope out the three-year partnership (SY17-19) with input from TransformEd, NSVF, and the participating schools. You will be deeply involved in pushing the boundaries of education reform, addressing a diverse set of challenges that provide chances to broaden and enhance your skills. Working as a member of a small and mighty team, you will have opportunities to receive coaching and mentorship from experienced leaders in research, policy, and practice.

The Einhorn Family Charitable Trust (EFCT) is seeking a new fellow. EFCT is a private family foundation with the mission of helping people get along better. The Trust supports a portfolio of national organizations that help individuals develop and practice prosocial skills and behaviors such as empathy, kindness, and cooperation across all stages of life. Are you passionate about social change and looking to make a difference in the world? Are you eager to learn inside a fast-paced organization? This Fellowship is an opportunity to play an active role in the programmatic, strategic, and operational activities of the foundation, working with all members of the EFCT team. This is a fulltime two-year position with a competitive salary, benefits, and a professional development stipend.

In 2008, Ashoka U launched as a program of Ashoka, because after three decades of working with leading social entrepreneurs (over 3,000 in 70 countries), we realized that far more changemakers were needed to become the architects of a sustainable and flourishing society. As part of the Ashoka team, Ashoka U works towards a world in which all members of society feel empowered and equipped with the skills to create change. We believe higher education is important in developing the skills to be a changemaker, and that it should be diverse, inclusive, and impactful. Will you join us to take this growing movement to the next level of influence in higher education? Ashoka U is facing immense opportunity, but we need a dream team to take advantage of them.

Building on our work as the design and launch partner for the Lawrence Public Schools (MA) turnaround effort, Empower Schools partners with communities to help them get the schools they want with the results students need.  As Program Manager, you will support the implementation of some of the most groundbreaking school improvement efforts in the country. You will start by gaining a strong understanding of our approach and will quickly begin addressing a diverse set of challenges that provide opportunities to broaden and enhance your skills. Along the way, you will receive informal coaching and mentoring from experienced leaders in education and business.

Silver Lining Mentoring empowers youth in foster care to flourish through committed mentoring relationships and the development of essential life skills. They’re hiring a Program Coordinator to work directly with youth and mentors. Silver Lining Mentoring serves youth ages 7 and older through Mentors, their one-to-one mentoring program and through Leaders, their life-skills program for young people ages 14 and older who are preparing to “age out” of the child welfare system.

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