Imagine surrounding yourself with some of the most creative teachers you've ever met and spending your days planning lessons, activities, and units for classrooms across the country. Each day brings new excitement: art projects to test, themes to research, or brand-new children's literature to review.
It would be challenging.
It would be collaborative.
You don't have to be a professional writer to work for The Education Center. All you need are strong writing skills and the ability to focus on how an idea will play out in the classroom. In fact, it's your ability to analyze an idea for practicality that matters most! We offer a comprehensive training program, which includes formal, guided training by our in-house trainer and constant support from your mentor. We are dedicated to providing you with the tools you'll need to become a successful editor.
"As a former teacher myself, I know you cherish the moments when you make a significant difference in the lives of your students. When I became an editor for The Education Center, I soon realized that I could make a significant difference in the lives of millions of students. What a great feeling to know that kids across America would be using the materials that I wrote!
"If you want to have an experience like this one, then consider becoming an editor for The Education Center. All you need is teaching experience, creativity, and a love for learning. When you join our creative team at The Education Center, you'll be a part of a fine group of teachers who all share your commitment to making a difference for children. We'd love to hear from you!"
—Kimberley Bruck, Editorial Director
We're recruiting freelance writers to contribute ideas and write units for our books and magazines. To pursue this opportunity, you must have teaching experience at kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, or grade 5. After you complete the online resumé, we may contact you to ask you to complete a sample unit. This position does not involve relocation.