Trust for Learning supports and advocates for ideal learning: child-centric, emotionally and intellectually engaging, structured and accountable for developing skills for life success.

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Re-imagining education to meet the needs of our children

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All children have the innate ability to learn and grow.  Programs that embrace hands-on, self-paced, and collaborative learning strategies help children develop into exceptional learners who also have the life skills that are critical to success.

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At Trust for Learning, we’re working every day to make ideal learning real.

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Interested in working in the early childhood space? Trust for Learning is hiring. Available positions are below, and you can scroll down to Work With Us for full details.

Program Administrator, Trust for Learning (Part-time)

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Program Associate, Trust for Learning (Part-time)

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Work With Us

Trust for Learning is hiring. Interested in the work of early childhood education? Available positions are listed below, along with the application form. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or feedback. 

 
 

Program Administrator, Trust for Learning (part-time)

Trust for Learning is seeking a Program Administrator to support the execution of the Trust’s programmatic efforts, and to provide direct administrative support to the Executive Director and Board of Advisors. Please click here for full details on the job and application process.


Program Associate, Trust for Learning (part-time)

Trust for Learning is seeking a Program Associate to support the execution of the Trust’s programmatic and strategic efforts, and to provide direct research and program support to the Executive Director and Board of Advisors.  Please click here for the full job summary. The application to apply can be found here.