School on Wheels is currently hiring.

Part-time Education Support Coordinator: We are seeking a part-time Education Support Coordinator to work at a partner school or community-based location supporting students impacted by homelessness or housing instability and their families.  Daytime or evening hours available, depending on location; positions with as few as 12, or up to 30 hours a week are available. The ideal candidate would have a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience and a background in education or social work, or a similar field.  They would exhibit flexibility, proactive thinking, excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and a commitment to meeting students and families right where they are. You can find the full job description here. Please send your cover letter and resume to Kelly Coker,

Volunteer Opportunities

Committee Volunteer Opportunities: We are seeking volunteers to serve on various committees. If you are interested in serving on our Development or Event Committees, please contact Amber Ewing Kostoff. For those interested in serving on our IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Awareness) Committee or SPOKES, our young professionals committee, please contact Fatima Johnson.

Tutor Volunteer Opportunities: We urgently need volunteers with in-person daytime downtown availability to act as volunteer tutors. With just one hour a week, you can help unhoused students complete homework and build grade-level skills. We provide the training and support so that all volunteers and students are successful. All backgrounds are encouraged to apply, and individuals ages 14 and older can volunteer independently. Bilingual Spanish speakers are needed to help us support students at select partner locations. Contact Volunteer Manager, Arielle Hirt, to learn more or apply today.


Together WE Can Break the Cycle

School on Wheels values a diverse and inclusive culture that represents the students, families, and community that we serve. We are committed to providing an environment that encourages, supports, empowers, and celebrates the diverse voices of our students, families, volunteers, and staff. By embracing different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds we will continue to cultivate future leaders through education and break the cycle of homelessness in our community.

Inclusion and Collaboration

We believe to break the cycle of homelessness through education, we must create an environment where all people, from all walks of life, are valued and included. When recruiting staff, volunteers, and community partners we welcome and encourage the unique perspectives, life experiences, innovation, and individual differences that shape us through our education, opinions, cultures, age, race, ethnicity, languages, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, religion, veteran status, and beliefs. By embracing and valuing the unique qualities of all people, School on Wheels delivers programs and builds networks that contribute to ending homelessness through education.