HOPE is hiring Teachers for the 2018-19 school year!

HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op (HOPE) is a public charter school certified by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) as a multi-district online school. We offer a blended (offline and online) curriculum designed to meet the identified Colorado state standards. Students K-12 attend daily classes at one of 25+ locations (Learning Centers) throughout the Front Range and beyond.

These are NOT telecommuting/work from home positions. Teachers are expected to be on-site daily. Locations for the positions to be hired for the 2018-19 school year will be determined this spring and successful candidates will be asked for geographical preferences before offers of employment are extended. HOPE's Learning Centers are located in Aurora, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Commerce City, Denver, Federal Heights, Grand Junction, Greeley, Lakewood, Mountain View, Pueblo and Westminster.

To Apply: Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit interest letter, professional resume and copy of valid CO teaching license to: (Elementary positions, grades K-5) or (Secondary Positions, grades 6-12). Candidates can also apply through the Indeed website.

Available teaching positions for the 2018-19 school year 
Building Resource Teacher (BRT), Elementary Dual Role
Building Resource Teacher (BRT), Elementary General
Building Resource Teacher (BRT), Elementary Literacy
Building Resource Teacher (BRT), Secondary General
Secondary Reading Interventionist (Title I)

Applications received by March 15th will be given preference in the first round of our hiring process, which will be completed by mid-May. 


HOPE Learning Center Positions

Current Openings for 2017-18 school year:

Current Openings for 2018-19 school year:

Collecting interest for the following position for 2018-19 school year: 

HOPE Mentor: The HOPE Mentor plays a key role in facilitating a positive, productive, and successful educational experience and environment for HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op (HOPE Online). Mentors work with HOPE Teachers to deliver daily lessons and classroom activities both online and offline. A Mentor is responsible for monitoring daily activities of the students to ensure learning. This position provides both encouragement and discipline within an inviting learning environment designed to accommodate group and individualized instruction. We have positions in elementary, middle school and high school throughout the state. The current minimum educational requirement is a two year degree from an institution of higher education. Bachelor's Degree preferred. HOPE's vision is to support all Mentors in becoming a Licensed Educator if they currently aren't one. Grants may be available to assist in the cost of obtaining a license. Send a resume to Mentors are employees of their assigned Learning Center.