TalkingPoints (talkingpts.org) is an award-winning education technology non-profit organization with the mission to unlock the potential of low-income, underserved families to support their children’s learning by partnering with their children’s schools. Returning to back-to-school has made our mission ever more urgent and important. We're building a one-of-a-kind product in the market, a multilingual family engagement platform that connects families and teachers using human and artificial intelligence powered, two-way translated messages and personalized supports — eliminating language, time limitations, and know-how as barriers to school/family connection.
Millions of teachers and families are using TalkingPoints in their classrooms and schools and districts across the U.S. TalkingPoints works with key school district partners such as Oakland Unified, Wake County and NYC DOE. We have won awards from NYU, MIT, Google.org, Ashoka, Forbes and are backed by Google.org, AT&T, Carnegie Corporation, Schmidt Futures, Stanford University and NewSchools Venture Fund, to name a few. Most recently we were named an evidence-based learning platform to support by MIT's J-Pal, and our research partners include University of Chicago and MIT. Learn more
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As Operations Coordinator at TalkingPoints, you will support the TalkingPoints HR and Operations team and our rapidly growing organization. You'll coordinate business logistics to help ensure TalkingPoints is running smoothly. This is a part-time, hourly, non-exempt position and hours may vary. The Operations Coordinator will report to and work closely with the Senior HR and Operations Manager on general operations tasks, and you will:
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Please submit your resume, a brief paragraph describing your interest, and a link to your LinkedIn profile.
TalkingPoints (talkingpts.org) is an award-winning education technology non-profit organization with the mission to unlock the potential of low-income, underserved families to support their children’s learning…