Micro-Credential Analyst

Under the administrative direction of the Chief of Quality Assurance, the California Office of Education Equity and Quality (COEEQ) seeks an experienced micro-credential analyst to join a growing team of analysts to develop a quarterly review publication assessing the quality of micro-credentials offered by learning providers within the state.

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Pop-Up Reality Producer

Learning Extravaganza has a one-year contract position open for an experienced pop-up reality producer to lead and manage a series of learning events for the 2025 production season with possible contract renewal.  The position is a full-time leadership and design role with responsibilities for planning a series of learning pop-ups in conjunction with local media arts developers, game designers, community organizations, and cultural agencies.

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Data Steward

The Greensburg Tri-County region is looking for an experienced data steward who can become the new executive director of the region’s learning data trust, leading oversight and management of all aspects of the cross-agency data warehouse system and ensuring responsible and ethical use of personal data.  This position represents a key leadership role in the region’s learning ecosystem.

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Competency Tracker

Amoeba Learning wants you! We’re about connecting people with great local learning experiences, and we are building a team who is passionate about that mission. We’re looking for a competency tracker to find out what’s out there and what’s good and to let people know about it. Want to be the learning DJ for your region? Come work with Amoeba.

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Social Innovation Portfolio Director

We know children’s self-discovery, motivation and passion emerge when they are authentically engaged in the world around them. At Fortis Community Solutions, we invest our time and resources into connecting learners with opportunities that let them bravely take on the challenges that matter to them. The Social Innovation Portfolio Director will help children help the world.

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Learning Pathway Designer

Crestwood Learning Village is a custom micro-school consisting of 50 families looking for a dedicated and innovative learning pathway designer to work with students aged 8-17 in curating their learning journeys.  Crestwood believes in hands-on experiential learning and in extending learning through deep community relationships and co-learning opportunities.  We are subject-matter and grade-level agnostic.

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Learning Pathway Designer

RestorED is a network of educational, workforce, and social service organizations committed to creating personalized, authentic learning opportunities for incarcerated youth. We are seeking a learning pathway designer who will work with learners, their families and community partners to create customized learning pathways that will meet each learner’s needs and interests.

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Learning Naturalist

Eaglecrest Learning Commons is seeking a learning naturalist to help set up a learning research strategy and assessment protocol for its new middle school program, “Sustaining Healthy Ecosystems.”  That program will combine social studies, environmental science, engineering, and communications curricula to engage learners in hands-on design and project work along with real-world data collection.  Students will work on their own to build fundamental skills and content knowledge, will participate in group discussion and brainstorming activities, and will contribute to problem-solving teams at various co-learning locations in the community.

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Learning Journey Mentor

FlexCareerWeb Consortium, a catalyst organization in Cedar Rapids’ learning ecosystem, coordinates learning modules and micro-credentials across education providers and businesses. Consortium members work together to ensure stability for our local education and corporate sectors and to communicate with students about long-term employment prospects, core academic skills, and learning mindsets. We are hiring a learning journey mentor to guide students enrolled in our program in carrying out their personalized learning plans.

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Educator Resident

The Rural Oklahoma Learning Commons seeks candidates for a one-year residency offering continuous learners committed to rural education the opportunity to learn best practices in fostering and utilizing a learning ecosystem approach in a rural area. Residents will participate in a combination of education practica and research on emerging learning technologies and theory. Upon completion of the residency, educators will receive a Rural Ecosystem Connector certificate and are expected to continue to work in rural communities for no fewer than 5 years. Graduates of the residency will have continued membership in the Rural Educator Professional Development network.

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