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Fundraising Consultant: Zinn Education Project

The Zinn Education Project (ZEP), a project of Teaching for Change and Rethinking Schools, is the lead source for teachers of lessons and other resources for teaching people’s history in K-12 classrooms. The project has a broad reach with an online registration list of 65,000+ teachers and more than 260K Facebook followers. The project is approaching its 10th anniversary (2018).
We seek a fundraising consultant to prepare (and possibly implement) a fundraising plan to sustain our work in the years ahead. Learn more.


Coordinator of Teacher Engagement and Professional Development

The Coordinator of Teacher Engagement and Professional Development will organize and facilitate professional development opportunities for teachers across Teaching for Change’s program and project areas, including but not limited to: anti-bias education, teaching about Central America, Teach the Beat: Go Go in the Classroom, the Tellin’ Stories Project, and Civil Rights Teaching. This position will lead our efforts to build and support a local network of social justice teachers who are connected to Teaching for Change’s work. The ideal candidate will have at least several years of teaching experience in public schools with knowledge of multicultural education and critical pedagogy, and demonstrable skills in curriculum design and workshop facilitation. Learn more.


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Teaching for Change is an equal opportunity employer.

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