Join our passionate team and help us narrow the opportunity gap.
Equal Opportunity Schools is a growth-stage, education-reform not-for-profit that works to ensure that students of color and low-income students have equitable access to America’s most academically intense high school programs and succeed at the highest levels.
Why Work with US
Our work makes a real difference.
“Reflecting on my career, the through line has been the effort to achieve equity for ALL students. I was attracted to EOS because the company mission, reflected in its people, is about realizing the same purposes that have propelled me over time. Further, the EOS partnership represents a true leverage point to help schools and districts realize results and change practices and mindsets. ”
– Dr. John Ramos, Superintendent-in-Residence
“I was drawn to EOS because of its mission to provide access to underserved youth in our public school system. To be able to affect change in the large system we call “public education” is profound and makes me proud to be a part of EOS. Working with like-minded colleagues is an incredible feeling, and meeting administrators, teachers and staff from around the country who serve our youth, has been awe-inspiring. EOS combines my passion for equitable access in education, and working alongside teammates who share the same vision, drive and work ethic.”
– Sharmila Williams, Regional Director, Strategic Initiatives
“A few things I enjoy about working at Equal Opportunity Schools includes our relentless drive for equity, the rigor behind our products and their development, our data-driven culture, a diverse range of intellectual and respectful individuals I am fortunate to call my colleagues, and the hunger to constantly improve and increase our impact.”
– Dr. Alejandro Torres, Researcher
– Dorothy Miranda, Partnership Director
“I have worked with some amazing colleagues in my role as a high school teacher, but for once in my career, every single person in my organizations gets it. Every single person at EOS wants what is best for all students. Every single person at EOS is passionate and vocal about our work together. I have an entire team to work with to change the world. And it feels great.”
– Dolores Caamano, Regional Director
“The best thing about working for EOS is the laser focus nature of our work. It produces actionable steps that we can help schools take over the course of a school year to drive cultural and enrollment improvements for traditionally underrepresented students. We also have a brilliant staff that are not only passionate about the work, but committed to using their talents to improve educational outcomes for underrepresented students.”
– Marquise Roberson, Partnership Director
“The opportunity to work with colleagues with truly diverse career paths, skill sets, and experiences who are united around a common passion for and commitment to educational equity is truly a gift each day. I am continually learning from my colleagues and enjoy the ways we all challenge one another to continue learning and growing in our work toward educational equity. If all that wasn’t enough, our EOS team is also filled with incredibly kind, smart, funny, warm, energetic people who care deeply about one another.”
– Dr. Holly Karakos, Senior Researcher
“Working for EOS is actually a dream come true. I have spent my career in education looking for ways to eliminate opportunity gaps, working to remove systemic barriers and racism that prevents success for ALL students, and ensuring that all of my students feel at home in my classroom and at school. When I was a teacher and then administrator, I was able to spend some time on these things, but now as a Partnership Director with EOS, I get to spend all of my time focused on my passion. What could possibly be better than that?”
– Ed Winchester, Partnership Director
“Equal Opportunity Schools is a place where my assets and uniqueness are valued resources for the movement of educational reform. I enjoy working with brilliant educational leaders in an organization that unites my passion for educational research, advocacy, equity, student voice, and data analytics.”
– Jonathan Houston, Partnership Director
What's it like Working at Equal Opportunity Schools
Our team is passionate, innovative, data-driven, and authentic. We have a strong work ethic and we really enjoy working with each other!
- An accepting culture
- Collaborative and agile teams
- Continuous innovation
- Career growth opportunities
- Vacations encouraged
- Competitive salary
- Group insurance for Medical/Dental/Vision/Life/Long-term disability
- Retirement matching
- Generous PTO/Sick/Holidays
- Employee assistance program
- Funding of professional development
- Flexible/alternative work arrangements
- Social events and clubs (book club, shared meals, running/walking groups, happy hours)
- Take your kids to work day
Equal Opportunity Schools is seeking a General Accountant, who is socially responsible, in-tune with race and diversity in education, and is drawn towards equity. We want individuals who share our desire to be innovative leaders in technology, software, and data focused on mission-critical work to transform public education. The General Accountant is responsible for supporting all areas relating to financial reporting. See full posting for additional skills.
If you have questions on any of these open positions, please contact us at: HR@EOSchools.org.
Our Recruitment Process
Equal Opportunity Schools posts open opportunities on our website with links to the submission page. Each hiring manager works directly with EOS’ HR department in developing position requirements and pre-interview screening questions.
If you have questions on the application process, please contact us at: HR@EOSchools.org.
Equal Opportunity Schools is an Equal Opportunity Minority/Female/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veteran and Affirmative Action Employer.
Equal Opportunity Schools considers for employment and hires qualified candidates without regard to age, race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, protected veteran or disability status or any factor prohibited by law. Equal Opportunity Schools provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures and/or processes. If you need accommodations or have additional application questions, please contact us at: HR@EOSchools.org.
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