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225 Friend Street, Suite 704
Boston, MA 02114

617-725-0000

ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

Careers

 

FEATURED ROLE: 

Coach

(director of school support)

This is a unique opportunity for an outcomes-driven educational professional to foster a school culture in which learning standards, data, and great instruction contribute to breakthrough results for students.

 

Do work that matters, with a team that cares

Working at ANet means being humble enough to listen and learn, and assertive enough to make a difference for kids. We keep learning all the time—from schools and from each other—in order to be a great partner to schools. That fosters a culture where your unique strengths and differences are valued.

 
 

Driven by our values, every single day.

 
 

Advance equity. Bold thinking. Drive results. People matter. Promote leadership. Team first. These aren’t just words on a wall at ANet. Our core values show up in casual conversation, form the basis of staff awards, get referenced in emails, and guide decisions small and large.

 

Learning, growing, developing. Together. 

Working on the ANet team means collaborating constantly: in the office, on the phone, by video conference, over email, and—most fun of all—in person.  Retreats, group trainings, and site visits mean diverse colleagues are always nearby to challenge you to grow and discover new perspectives.

 

Facing inequities openly, in order to fight them.

I appreciate working with an organization that is willing to unpack issues related to race, class and privilege.
— Teimosa Martin, executive director, New Jersey-New York; 6 years at ANet

ANet is committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds and gender identities to apply to our positions.


READY TO LEARN TOGETHER?

We’re looking for reflective, diverse, and driven people who are ready to work toward educational equity in America, alongside schools.

You can expect to engage in a thoughtfully designed process that will include a combination of the steps below. We build each process to be as efficient and inclusive as possible so that we hire the right candidate for the right role.

  • Application review
  • Interviews
  • Performance task
  • Meet the team
  • References