FSMN welcomes applications from all interested applicants who share our core values, including the Equity and Inclusion vision of our Strategic Plan:
“We envision a school community that embodies strength in diversity through the sharing of rich cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds and experiences, and the celebration of varied personal expressions and identities, while recognizing the challenges posed by societal structures of oppression. We envision a student body that is able to work towards and is committed to social justice and equitable change-making in the world. We commit to the long-term, collective work of examining school culture, practices, and policies, changing conditions to promote equity, defining diversity and inclusion needs within our school community, and approaching this work with humility and urgency.”
FSMN is seeking to fill the following positions:
Details and how to apply.
Email our assistant head of school, Sara, at email@example.com or call her at 651-917-0636 for more information about substitute teaching at Friends School of Minnesota.
Extended Day Staff
The Extended Day staff member position at Friends School of Minnesota is a part-time, 9-month position.
Extended Day staff supervise approximately 40 students each day in grades K-8, facilitating indoor and outdoor play, games, activities, quiet reading and study.
Work experience in childcare, teaching, education and/or coaching is extremely helpful. Candidates must be willing to embrace the mission and values of Friends School of Minnesota.
To apply for the extended day staff position:
Please email a cover letter describing why you want this position, your work background, and experience to Hilary Parker-Robertson, Extended Day Program Director and Extracurricular Activities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends School of Minnesota seeks diversity in every aspect of the school community. Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin in its admissions policies, hiring practices or in the administration of its personnel policies.