Become an apprentice
Our Princeton, Bucks and Raritan centers are actively recruiting for an apprentice for the 2017-18 year. This is truly a unique experience for someone interested in a career teaching in a self-directed learning environment, including the ins-and-outs of nonprofit work. Apprentices learn the back-end of running an organization, work with teens in lots of real ways on a daily basis, and share their personal interests by teaching classes of their choosing.
Details about the apprenticeship program can be found on the Liberated Learners apprenticeship page.
Volunteer–share your interests and talents
Most of the adults who work with teens at our centers do so on a volunteer basis. The teens are always on the lookout for interesting, passionate people to teach them–the list of their interests is long and varied. If you would be interested in tutoring, leading a weekly class, or offering a workshop, please be in touch via the contact info for the Princeton, Bucks or Raritan centers.
We do not currently have an open staff position. We are always happy to hear from people who would be interested in working at one of our centers. The Learning Cooperatives are on a mission to make self-directed learning for teens a viable alternative to school and create a financially sustainable model that can be replicated by others throughout the world.