100Kin10 is a network that is fueling the creation of the next generation of innovators and problem solvers by supporting best-in-class organizations to train and retain 100,000 excellent science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers for American classrooms by 2021.
100Kin10 is neither a paper coalition nor a top-down initiative. It is an experiment powered by nearly 200 partners that are taking a networked approach to systemic change. Partner organizations include foundations and nonprofits, corporations and universities, museums and school districts, states and federal agencies. Each makes one or more unique commitments to improve STEM learning for all students by increasing the supply of excellent STEM teachers; hiring, developing and retaining excellent STEM teachers, or helping to build the movement.
100Kin10 is an equal-opportunity employer and warmly welcomes applications from all individuals with the talent and commitment to ensure that every student in America has access to excellent STEM teaching. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual identity or orientation, religion, age, pregnancy or marital status, disability, or military veteran status. If you are among the first generation in your family to graduate from college, or are a STEM professional from a traditionally under-represented background, we particularly encourage you to apply.