Careers

We’re hiring!

Education Support Coordinator Shelter-Based: Education Support Coordinators fill positions within our shelter-based program. These roles are critical to providing daily management of the tutoring hour at a specific shelter partner site by working directly with students, tutors, parents, and partner staff. Must be available to work 10 hours per week with required availability on site Tuesday – Thursday from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Read the full application here and send cover letter and resume to Erin Brown, erin@indysow.org.

Education Support Coordinator School-Based: Education Support Coordinators fill positions within our school-based program. These roles are critical to providing daily management of the tutoring hour at a specific school partner site by working directly with students, tutors, and school staff. Must be available to work 30 hours per week. Read the full application here and send cover letter and resume to Karen Routt, karen@indysow.org

Learning Assistant: Learning Assistants fill positions within our school-based program. These roles are responsible for assisting the Education Support Coordinator in providing daily management of the tutoring program at a specific school partner site by working directly with students, tutors, and school staff. Must be available to work 20 hours per week. Read the full application here and send cover letter and resume to Karen Routt, karen@indysow.org

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 which 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, socio-economic 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.