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Out Teach’s vision is that all students, no matter their resources, have access to an engaging hands-on education that transforms their lives. So Out Teach team members spend every day working with school, district, and corporate partners to equip teachers with the power of experiential learning outdoors to unlock student performance.
Out Teach currently serves district and school partners in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
At Out Teach, each staff member contributes to an inclusive work environment by valuing other people regardless of differences and takes an active role in promoting practices that support diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence. Our work is guided by our core values, qualities we seek in new team members. Get to know more about our culture and benefits too.
Also, we’re always looking for office volunteers, please contact email@example.com.
Landscape Architecture Project Associate (0-3+ years)
Out Teach seeks a Landscape Architecture Project Associate who will manage the design and construction of outdoor learning spaces as a part of specific funding contracts. This position will primarily serve the Washington DC public schools but may also serve other local and non-local projects across the Out Teach partner network and will collaborate with the Project Director and Project Managers. The majority of the work is expected to be remote over the duration of this contract period. The ideal candidate is an experienced landscape architect or landscape designer with knowledge in design, project management, and construction. This position will be a full-time role for a maximum of one year, based on an awarded contract. The position may continue as a full-time role following the initial contract period if new contracts are awarded or additional workload becomes available.
This is a remote position located near Atlanta GA, Charlotte NC, Dallas TX, or Washington, D.C.
Out Teach seeks a driven and organized Grant Writer who has strong and persuasive writing skills and thrives in a fast-paced environment. This position provides an essential role to the organization, creating grant proposals and reports that enable multiple regions to serve hundreds of teachers and thousands of students. The Grant Writer is responsible for coordinating and gathering information to write detailed, organized, and compelling grant proposals, reports, and other documents. They will collaborate regularly with team members in the Development, Programs, Marketing, and Finance departments to develop the information required to effectively create these documents. They must be deadline-driven, able to multitask, and possess an ability to create relationships at all levels in the organization.
National Director of Philanthropy
The preferred location for this position is Washington, D.C.
The National Director of Philanthropy (Director) will serve as a senior member of the 11-person revenue team, working across the organization to drive growth with institutional partners and individual donors. Reporting to the Vice President of Partnerships and Growth and working closely with the CEO, the Director will manage a team of two and is a critical external representative of Out Teach within the philanthropic community. The Director will steward current partners, understanding their philanthropic goals and priorities and their history with Out Teach, and cultivate longer-term relationships that grow over time. The Director will also proactively identify and develop new regional and national philanthropic and individual donors. This position focuses on growth for an organization during an exciting growth strategy.
The Director will be a high-level individual contributor, working to develop and guide a multi-year fundraising strategy, directly engaging with national and regional foundations as well as individual funders. The Director is responsible for overseeing all proposals and agreements and managing all aspects of grant stewardship, communication, and reporting. The Director is expected to actively contribute to Out Teach’s $5M annual operating budget, which will grow to $8M+ in 2024.
The ideal candidate believes deeply in Out Teach’s mission and can serve as an authentic storyteller and relationship builder with new donors and partners. They are an assertive self-starter who thrives working independently and as a collaborative team member who shares values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Director of School & District Partnerships
Position is located in either Charlotte, NC, or Washington D.C.
The Director of School & District Partnerships will develop integrated partnerships with schools and districts to achieve Out Teach’s intended impact and support our growth across the nation. They will be responsible for growing school and district partnerships to meet or exceed our revenue goals, including securing new school and district contracts, renewing school and district contracts, and maintaining strong relationships with school and district partners to ensure opportunities for future growth.
Out Teach is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
About Out Teach:
Out Teach empowers teachers in low-income elementary schools to lead experiential Science lessons outdoors, opening pathways to STEM careers and providing all children with the 21st Century skills they need to succeed both academically and professionally. Out Teach provides schools and districts with the training and ongoing support teachers need to effectively use outdoor spaces for hands-on Science instruction, improving the overall quality and quantity of Science in the school day. We provide group trainings, job-embedded coaching, and professional learning communities to help teachers master experiential outdoor Science instruction, lead engaging hands-on Science lessons, and embed scientific concepts and practices and into other subjects, such as Math and Language Arts. IN FY2019, the Out Teach Professional Learning Program trained 1,382 teachers and impacted 57,610 students.