Careers

We aspire to build and sustain a diverse team of collaborative and energetic individuals to partner with us in ensuring that our students are successful in college and beyond.

We seek candidates with an unwavering commitment to the mission, students, families, and community of Boys' Latin. We provide a student-centered environment in which teacher autonomy is highly valued. We support our faculty with continued professional development opportunities and support. We believe in creating professional pathways for teachers to master their craft and lead from the classroom, offering competitive pay and best-in-class benefits.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What credentials or certifications do I need to apply to Boys’ Latin?

We comply with all federal and state certification requirements for charter school teachers. If you are not certified as a teacher, you must be enrolled in a program that leads to certification by the time you start at Boys’ Latin. You can be certified in a state other than Pennsylvania. If you are out-of-state certified, our HR department will walk you through the steps needed to attain Pennsylvania certification.

How does the application process work?

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Ruth Gonzalez, Director of Operations, via email at rgonzalez@boyslatin.org. Prior to submitting your application, we recommend you thoroughly review our website to familiarize yourself with our mission and model.

After I apply, when will I hear back from Boys’ Latin?

If your qualifications meet our current needs, our team will contact you about the next steps in the process. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we may not be able to respond to individual inquiries about application status.

What is the experience and background of a typical Boys’ Latin teacher?

Our teachers are a diverse group, including experienced teachers who have worked in schools serving educationally underserved students, new teachers who are just beginning their careers, and career changers who are entering the classroom after succeeding in another profession. We are committed to building a diverse team who can provide high-quality instruction and build authentic, lasting relationships with students.