Join our Team

The backbone of KIPP DC student success is a team of exceptionally talented and diverse teachers and leaders. United by the belief that an excellent education transforms lives, this team has helped KIPP DC become the highest-performing school system in the District of Columbia.

Upcoming Events

  • CTR Application Launch

    October 2

  • Lincoln University Career Fair

    October 12 10:30-2pm

  • Capital Teaching Residency Webinar

    October 12 5-6pm

  • Bowie State University Career Fair

    October 25 1-4pm

  • Towson University Career Fair

    October 27 11-2pm

  • CTR Application Deadline

    November 6

Priority Roles

High School Teacher

KIPP DC is searching for dedicated high school teachers to join our team. As one of the highest-performing school systems in the District of Columbia, educators at KIPP DC work in schools that put students at the center of decision-making. Culturally responsive learning environments cultivate a sense of belonging for staff and students alike. As a teacher, you will have this foundation to make an impact with your students. We believe that all educators should have pathways for growth and development. This means teachers have ample planning time, grade-level and content meetings, and development and wellness days. In our schools, teachers work collaboratively with peers and are able to grow their leadership through opportunities like grade-level chairs, fellowships, or school leadership development cohorts. Our instructional salary scales are at the top of the DC market and affirm KIPP DC’s belief that teachers are the cornerstone of schools. 

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Immediate Teaching Fellow

KIPP DC is looking for a dynamic immediate teaching fellow to become part of a vibrant educational community. KIPP DC teaching fellows are responsible for assisting the lead teacher with instruction, classroom culture, and administrative duties, supporting additional classrooms beyond your own when needed, including covering classes or supporting in other classrooms when needed, internalizing and teaching clear and concise developmentally appropriate content to support student learning in small and whole groups, track, analyze, and use data to drive teaching and instruction, build trusting relationships with scholars, families, and colleagues. Following the teaching fellowship year, Teaching Fellows may interview for or be asked to become Capital Teaching Residents ($52,000), Lead Teachers (starting at 65,500), or another role at their school or another KIPP DC school.

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