17 Feb Help Us Build Our Team: We’re Hiring 15 Positions!

A great education starts with great teachers. Here at Tiny Trees, our team will will help over 176 students at 6 schools develop the academic, social and emotional skills for a lifetime of success all while giving them the nature rich childhood they deserve: one full of play, exploration and wonder.

We’re going big and need your help spreading the word. Please forward to a friend, share on social media (neighborhood blogs, facebook parent groups, PEPS groups, nextdoor, etc), post to your local community college or university or send to preschools you admire and early learning networks. We’re excited to build a great team and appreciate your help making introductions.

Family Empowerment Coordinator
(Admissions & family engagement)

Volunteer and Training Coordinator
(Recruits and empowers classroom volunteers and student interns)

Roving Lead Teacher & Curriculum Coach
(Full time roving teacher & trainer)

Lead Teacher
(5 Full time educators and school leads, 1 part time – 28 hours/week)

Assistant Teacher
(5 Full time educators, 1 part time – 28 hours/week)

Substitute Teacher
(Part-time, on call, multiple positions. Opportunity for growth and transformation)

Priority deadline to apply is March 21, final deadline is April 25.

Please encourage candidates to submit a cover letter and resume with contact info for three references at tinytrees.org/about/careers

With your help we will help every child receive a great education and a nature rich childhood: one full of play, exploration and wonder.

  • Pennie
    Posted at 10:44h, 19 February

    Been such a pleasure watching Tiny Trees evolve…Fundraising, development of a board, hiring of Director of Education (Erin Soper) and now the beginning of staff hiring…SO exciting!! And continually hearing nothing but amazing things about TIny Trees and the leader of the pack, Andrew Jay. Keep it going Tiny Trees – we can’t wait to see what is in store!

  • Andrea DAsaro
    Posted at 21:33h, 27 February

    I’d like to offer mindfulness for pre-schoolers as a way to increase mind-body awareness and emotional regulation. See my webpage, awaken to mindfulness.