Resilience Charter School accepts applications year-round for teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, and support staff. We seek creative, dedicated educators and team members who believe in a high-quality education for all children. We provide a positive, supportive work environment, honoring individual strengths and collaborative contributions in all we do together.
Resilience is a pioneering, leading-edge educational environment that is designed to truly engage and empower students and teachers.
Our Mission: To cultivate a dynamic learning community based on innovation, social justice, and environmental stewardship. The Resilience Charter School engages students through authentic relationships and project-based learning, empowering them to think critically, persevere with grit, design creative solutions, and act with mindfulness and compassion.
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**Candidates MUST be local residents of Florida or Georgia to be considered.
Resilience Charter School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, pregnancy, marital status, genetics, economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
Internships are also available at Resilience Charter School. Contact us for more information.
Both Summer and School-year internships are available. Hours are flexible. Internships are not paid positions but may be eligible for college or high-school credit.
We accept applications year-round for school administration internships and classroom internships. To apply, complete the employment application below and select “Intern (non-paying)” as the desired position.
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