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Open Doors - The KIPP NYC Careers Blog

Our open door policy encourages collaboration and sharing. It also means that no door is closed to you and your career growth.

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New Schools – Meet KIPP Freedom’s Leaders

In August 2018, KIPP NYC will be launching two new schools in the Bronx - KIPP Freedom Elementary School (2246 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY) and KIPP Freedom Middle School (1825 Prospect Avenue, Bronx, NY). Meet the two KIPP veterans leading the way! Sarah English –...

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A Great Job Interview with KIPP Takes Great Character

You’ve got this. Your resume is polished and you have all the skills for the job. Next up is the interview. If you know anything about KIPP, it’s that we’re big on character here. To help you ace your interview, we’ve provided essential interview tips using the seven...

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A Day of Character… A Lifetime of Lessons

Character education has always been at the heart of KIPP. We know when KIPPsters develop skills like grit, curiosity, and self-control, they become happier students, better teammates, and are more likely to persist through college. This fall, KIPP NYC hosted Character...

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Teaching with Tech to Drive Learning

3,000 Chromebooks. More than 600 iPads. A Mac Lab for high school graphic arts. Laptops and iPhones for all staff members. Technology is essential to everyday life and future careers, and these are just some of the many resources provided to KIPP NYC teachers across...

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KIPP Students and Teachers Get a Lesson in “Good Trouble” from John Lewis

KIPP NYC schools are committed to social justice, civil rights, and instilling our students with a sense of intellectual curiosity and purpose with respect to social issues. So, the opportunity to hear, firsthand, from John Lewis as he described the sit-ins, bus boycotts, and the march over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, on the way to Montgomery, left all of us in awe and deeply inspired.

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