Join Our Team
Inspiring Minds creates a work environment that is fair and equitable for all. We will not discriminate against staff members or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis. Our goal is to create a team that accurately reflects the demographics of our community. We believe systematic oppression is an unequivocal barrier to the future we envision. We commit to hiring people who are actively anti-racist and committed to social justice. We want every employee to feel like they are an integral and valuable member of our community. Curiosity and critical thinking are essential to the dialogue and change our community needs to thrive. By creating an accepting environment, we can inspire a culture of curiosity and innovation to better serve our community.
All job postings will list the title, status, salary range, and minimum qualifications for hiring. We complete a pay equity self-assessment annually; our minimum wage is $15/hr. We are thoughtful about the years of experience and education we require to attract the widest pool of candidates and give them an opportunity to describe their alignment with our mission, vision, and values. We will base our hiring decisions on the applicants' qualifications, experience, history, and personal fit with Inspiring Minds. We are looking for good people who can demonstrate a commitment to the community and are willing to learn.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
Inspiring Minds seeks Early Childhood Aides for our KidsBridge Summer Learning Program. Early Childhood Aides work under the guidance of teachers to supervise and support rising kindergartners in a full-day, six-week summer learning program. Early Childhood Aides work primarily with one assigned individual child within a classroom.
Inspiring Minds seeks instructors for the 2023-2024 academic year. Our instructors teach mindfulness strategies to students during/after the school day using our ResilientKidsTM curriculum. Our team of instructors teaches a variety of classes from PreK-high school, during the school day, and in the out-of-school time space. Positions can be very part-time to 29 hours per week.
We are now accepting internship proposals for summer 2023 and the academic year 23-24. We have several capacity-building opportunities. Inspiring Minds is very interested in interns who are looking to expand their experience in data management, web development, marketing, and fund development. We are open to other proposals.
Internships are unpaid. However, students who qualify for Off-Campus Work Study may be able to be paid through their respective schools. Internship hours may also count towards undergraduate credits, if applicable.
Our Explorers Program is a unique opportunity for multicultural and/or multilingual students to participate in a paid internship. Please see our Explorers program for more information on the program, as well as directions on how to apply.
Undergraduate volunteers who participate in our Tutoring and Mentoring programs may be able to use their hours towards Off-Campus Work Study, if they qualify. Please contact your school’s Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.
IM has many different opportunities to volunteer for individuals, corporations, parents, educators or college students. Whether you want to help a young preschooler to identify their name or a 4th grader decode literature, or to just be a positive role model in a child’s life, Inspiring Minds will train you and match you with students who need your help. Our services are offered to Providence public school students at no cost to them or their families. LEARN MORE