We're Hiring

As a Partnership teacher, you will receive all the benefits of being an LAUSD employee. In addition, Partnership teachers have access to professional development opportunities, coaching and training above and beyond what is traditionally available in district settings. For those seeking to take the next step in leadership without leaving the classroom, our network-wide teacher leader programs are unparalleled in their support of future leaders.

Current Openings

Teachers

For the 2021-22 school year, LAUSD is excited to offer hiring stipends of $5,000 for newly-hired credentialed teachers who elect to work in high needs schools (High or Highest on SENI Ranking) and commit to remaining at their school site for a minimum of three years! The stipend is broken into three payments. Most Partnership schools qualify for this bonus!

Click “Learn More” below to apply! Candidates new to LA Unified must meet the multiple measures of the district’s recruitment process. All current employees must meet all district requirements to transfer.

We are currently accepting applications for credentialed (or soon-to-be credentialed) candidates in:

  • Multiple Subjects (elementary and middle school)
  • English
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Spanish
  • P.E.
  • Art
  • Special Education K-12

 

Recruiting and retaining outstanding school leaders is key to our success. Partnership school leaders receive intensive support and coaching that goes beyond what the District provides, including year-round professional development that is aligned for principals and assistant principals. We provide opportunities for leaders across our network of schools to collaborate and share best practices to unstick difficult problems around staffing, facilities, and budgeting. We also provide additional operations support and advocacy to help our schools make the most of their dollars and maximize services for students.

"As a Partnership Leader, I am able to use innovative, student-centered strategies and culturally relevant practices to promote student success. I am also able to build capacity in my administration and teacher leadership teams by providing them with the necessary supports to continue their professional development and growth as community educational leaders."

Violeta Ruiz, Principal, Santee Education Complex

Current Openings

Assistant Principal, Jordan High School

Assistant Principal, Dolores Huerta Elementary School

Our work at the Partnership’s home office allows us to support our schools and impact policy change. We help our students access new opportunities, provide operational support to our schools, and help our teachers and leaders improve their craft. Most importantly, our staff is passionately aligned with our mission to transform schools and revolutionize school systems.

The single most important resource needed for us to achieve our mission is TALENT. We need talented individuals who read our mission and immediately sense that it speaks to who they are at their core.

Ian Guidera, Chief Academic Officer

Current Openings

Director of College-Going Culture

Director of Educator Engagement

Senior Director of Secondary Schools

Senior Director of Elementary Schools

Director of Arts Education

Coordinator of School Transformation, Secondary Mathematics

Development Associate

Project Manager, Curriculum Systems Advising

Coordinator of Curriculum Systems Advising

Secondary Literacy Coach for School Transformation (Middle School)

Parent College Outreach Team Lead

Elementary Coach for School Transformation

Parent College Outreach Team Member

The Partnership is seeking someone to join our Parent College Outreach Team.  Parent College Outreach Team Members deliver quality customer service to our parents and school sites.  This individual’s core duties and responsibilities focus on monitoring team members, managing logistics, and providing the highest level of support to the outreach efforts of our Parent College program. This year, the program will continue remotely, as will Outreach Team work.

Partnership Teacher Residency at Alder Graduate School of Education

The Alder Graduate School of Education teacher residency program is based on a model that combines immersive hands-on practice in the classroom with educational theory and research. In collaboration with the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, Alder’s teacher residents will be assigned to LA Unified schools within the Partnership’s network. Each resident will be paired with a mentor teacher from whom they will learn throughout the year. We are seeking teacher residents for Math, Science, Special Education (K-12), and English.

Our residents will:

  • Earn their Master’s Degree and Teaching Credential in one year
  • Apprentice four days a week with a mentor teacher in the Partnership for LA Schools network
  • Learn alongside a cohort of peers with whom they will work (and laugh) all year long
  • Build a relationship with an expert instructional leader and get support through one-on-one observation and dialogue
  • Engage in critical conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion with their mentor, instructors, and peers
  • Receive priority consideration for a full-time position in LA Unified upon completing the program
  • Do all of this with a minimal cost of tuition and with access to financial support

Learn more below.

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools and Alder Graduate School of Education logos.

Program & Living Costs

  • 2022-23 Tuition: Approximately $19,500
  • Books, tests, etc.: Approximately $2,000

Financial Support

  • Resident Stipend (taxable): $15,000
  • Up to $24,000 in grant funding depending on your credential area
  • Additional scholarships may also be available
  • Federal financial aid (loans for tuition and living expenses): Up to $40,000
  • Test registration fee support: $200+
  • Credential test preparation support: $250 on average
  • Excellent preparation and priority consideration for a paid, full-time teaching position: priceless!

Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree earned by June 2022
  • GPA: 2.65
  • Eligible to work in the U.S. (DACA, permanent resident, citizen)

Application Deadlines

  • Priority deadline is Friday, October 15, 2021
  • Regular Fall deadline is Friday, November 4, 2021

Subject and grade placements will be filled on a rolling basis; apply early for priority consideration.

Apply here: https://aldergse.edu/apply/

For more information, see the Alder Graduate School of Education website.

 

To get your questions answered, please email Eduardo Rodriguez at ERodriguez@AlderGSE.edu.

Learn More About the Alder GSE Resident and Mentor Experience

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