Open Positions in the Child Care Community
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General Information: We are currently hiring for energetic, passionate Pre-School Teacher Assistants to assist our teachers with classroom coverage in our brand new Lealman Preschool Academy. Current openings are in infant and toddler classrooms. This is an excellent opportunity to join a mission-driven organization that offers training, development and growth potential.

Primary Responsibilities:

Provides a quality experience to children and parents that focuses on the YMCA values of honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
Assists in the supervision of children, classroom, and all activities.
Implements curriculum within the established guidelines.
Establishes and enforces rules to promote positive behavior.
Attends to children's basic needs including supervising meal times, playground times and free play.
Attends and participates in family nights, program activities, staff meetings, and staff training.

Monday Friday, 20-29 hrs/week; $13/hr plus excellent benefits including free before and after school child care, discounted program fees, free wellness center usage for employee and discount for family, and employer-paid retirement fund upon eligibility.

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Position requires High School diploma or equivalent, CDA or equivalent, completion of MODS (Introductory Child Care Training, Parts 1 & 2) and one or more years previous experience working with children in a developmental setting. Must be able to interact with infants, toddlers and young children for an extended period of time both indoors and outdoors. The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, bend and reach with hands and arms. The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Pre-employment drug test and background check required.
Site Name: Lealman YMCA Preschool Academy
Contact Person: Carla Struckhoff
Contact Email Address: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org
Street Address: 5175 45th Street N
City: St Petersburg
Zip: 33714
Phone: 7278959622
Send Resumes To: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org

 

General Information: We are currently hiring for energetic, passionate Pre-School Teachers to provide a safe, fun and educational environment for our early learning center participants in our brand new Lealman Preschool Academy. This is an excellent opportunity to join a mission-driven organization that offers training, development and growth potential.  Ideal candidates will have a positive attitude, creative personality and excellent classroom management skills. Current openings are for infant and toddler classrooms.

Primary Responsibilities:

Provides a quality experience to children and parents that focuses on the YMCA values of honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
Designs and implements daily lesson/activity plans.
Implements curriculum within the established guidelines.
Organizes and leads activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development, such as games, arts and crafts, music, and storytelling.
Establishes and enforces rules to promote positive behavior.
Attends to children's basic needs including supervising meal times, playground times and free play.
Conducts parent conferences, and maintains positive relationships and effective communication with parents. Engages parents as volunteers.
Maintains required program records.
Attends and participates in family nights, program activities, staff meetings, and staff training.

Monday - Friday, 40 hrs/week; $16/hr plus excellent benefits including health insurance, paid time off, free before and after school child care, discounted preschool fees, free wellness center usage and employer-paid retirement fund upon eligibility.

Requirements: Position requires a Bachelor's degree (or currently enrolled in a Bachelor program with graduation anticipated within 1 year) in Early Education or related field, CDA or equivalent, and completion of MODS (Introductory Child Care Training, Parts 1  2). Qualified applicants must be at least 21 years old. Minimum six months pre-school teaching experience required. Knowledge of outdoor activities and school based programming preferred. Must be able to interact with infants, toddlers and young children for an extended period of time both indoors and outdoors. The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, bend and reach with hands and arms. The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Pre-employment drug test and background check required.
Site Name: Lealman YMCA Preschool Academy
Contact Person: Carla Struckhoff
Contact Email Address: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org
Street Address: 5175 45th Street N
City: St Petersburg
Zip: 33782
Phone: 7278959622
Send Resumes To: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org

General Information: The Family Engagement Specialist is responsible for building relationships and integrating parent and family engagement strategies into program services in order to support family well-being and promote children's learning and development. Collaborative, positive, strengths-based, and goal-oriented relationships between early childhood professionals, families, and children must be maintained. Creates and sustains ongoing partnerships with social service agencies that support family well-being.

Primary Responsibilities:

Meets with families to evaluate social service needs to help create family goals of stability, education and interaction.
Engages families in a large number of activities and events as well as support families in finding resources that meet a variety of their social service needs.
Connects families with vital programs and services, such as the Department of Human Services, Adult Basic Education, Pinellas County Economic Development Commission, and agencies as appropriate
Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with prospective families and community partners.
Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and to ensure integrated child and family curriculum.
Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating family and community engagement goals and objectives.
Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.
Works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.
Provides health, safety and family literacy activities to parents, as appropriate.
Develops a working knowledge of community resources, and visits, at least bi-annually, with major agencies for service delivery and community resource guide updates.
Documents all efforts to assist families, tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes, records, monitors and follows up on referrals, and submits reports as required.
Actively seeks out new community partnerships based on the needs and wants of community members.
Collaborates with Y staff for onsite activities (i.e. Boo Bash, Healthy Kids Days, Neighbor to Neighbor Christmas program) to bring awareness and encourage involvement.
Attends all workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by the supervisor
Maintains strict confidentiality at all times with respect to children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures, including the ability to recognize situations in which confidentiality is required.
May provide backup classroom coverage for preschool.
Job Type: Full Time, Non-Exempt

Hours: Monday Friday, may involve occasional evening/weekend hours

Salary: $16-17, plus excellent benefits and training opportunities

Benefits: Health insurance, paid time off, free before and afterschool childcare, discounted preschool fees, free gym membership and employer-paid retirement fund upon eligibility

Location: Lealman YMCA Preschool Academy, 5175 45th St. North in St. Petersburg, FL

Requirements: Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Human Services or related human services field.
Minimum one year of experience working with children and families in a social services environment.
Knowledge of social services and health services available in the Pinellas County area.
Mastery of basic computer skills and data entry processes.
Knowledge of family-centered practices.
Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as excellent organizational skills.
Ability to make recommendations and develop implementation strategies.
Demonstrated success in building relationships and trust with children, parents, and community members, preferably in a diverse and educationally under-resourced community
Must possess a valid drivers license and ability to travel throughout the Pinellas County area.
Completion of MODS (Introductory Child Care Training, Parts 1 & 2) required within 90 days.
Certification in First Aid and CPR within six months of the date assigned to this position; and successful completion of a Level II background screening, and drug screening prior to hiring.

Site Name: Lealman YMCA Preschool Academy
Contact Person: Carla Struckhoff
Contact Email Address: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org
Street Address: 5175 45th Street North
City: St. Petersburg
Zip: 33714
Phone: 7278959622
Send Resumes To: cstruckhoff@stpeteymca.org

General Information: Join our team as a co-teacher for children in our corporate child care center for Morton Plant Hospital employees. We are a well-established, beautiful center with a dynamic team. This is a part-time or full-time position with benefits through Baycare Health Systems.
Requirements: CDA or college credits to meet the Pinellas County Licensing Board requirements for a teacher. First Aid and CPR certified, Able to provide developmentally appropriate learning using The Creative Curriculum learning tool.
Site Name: Powell Child Care & Learning Center - Morton Plant Hospital
Contact Person: Vikki Yates, Director or Mary Segui, Coordinator
Contact Email Address: Vikki.yates1@baycare.org
Street Address: 510 A Street
City: Clearwater
Zip: 33756
Phone: 727-462-7334
Send Resumes To: Vikki.yates1@baycare.org No walkin interviews permitted due to COVID 19 restrictions

General Information: Most have good communication skills to be able to tell parents of children progress. Preschool teacher most do lesson plans every week that engages the children. Preschool teacher must be patience and have good physical stamina, creativity, and be flexible.
Requirements: H.S. diploma
Background CK
CDA
Frist Aid & CPRAll Florida requirements to work in a Pre School
Site Name: Angels at Play Learning Center Inc
Contact Person: Virginia Castellnos
Contact Email Address: angelsatplaycenter@gmail.com
Street Address: 2001 62th Ave South
City: SAINT PETERSBURG
Zip: 33712
Phone: 7278649664
Send Resumes To: angelsatplaycenter@gmail.com

General Information: The St. Jude Cathedral Preschool is hiring a dedicated and dynamic After care staff member. The school provides After care for two year old's to kindergarteners from dismissal time (2:30pm until 6:00pm).
Requirements: Duties include:
Organizing indoor and outdoor activities
Helping with Clean-up and Snack time
Working with small groups of students in a dynamic after care environment
Communicating positively with students, staff and parents.
We are a Catholic preschool located in Pinellas County. A qualified candidate for this position will successfully complete a Level II background screening and the Safe Environment Training.
Employees working with Early Education aftercare will be required to obtain the necessary clock hours and trainings set forth by the Pinellas County Early Learning Coalition ( You have one year to complete) All employees are required to wear a mask or face covering in accordance with the school's re-opening plan.
Site Name: St. Jude Cathedral Preschool
Contact Person: Cindy Shafer
Contact Email Address: cshafer@cathedralschoolofstjude.org
Street Address: 600 58TH ST N
City: ST PETERSBURG
Zip: 33710-7121
Phone: 7273478622
Send Resumes To: Cindy Shafer

 

General Information:
Lead TWO Year Old Teacher - MUST HAVE A CDA

Precious People Learning Center, a curriculum-based preschool in Palm Harbor, is currently hiring for a Teacher Assistant/Floater in the classroom. Our mission is to provide the best quality of care in a clean, safe and loving environment.

We believe that education is paramount and will be conveyed through our philosophy, teachers, and curriculum. This full time position will be working as LEAD TEACHER in a classroom and MUST HAVE A CDA,

Hours of availability are between 7:00am- 6:00pm.

*You must have a warm, smiling face that makes every child feel special and loved.

*You must be able to laugh at jokes that you don’t understand, or you don’t find funny. Child humor can be a confusing minefield to navigate.

*You will preferably have a little bit of quirkiness. If a child requests that you be the captain of a pirate ship, you will be the best pirate captain you can be.

*The ability to sing in tune is not necessary, however the ability to sing out of tune in front of a crowd is essential.

*Some knowledge of Frozen,Minions, Spiderman, Ariel, Peppa Pig, Octonauts, Thomas the Tank Engine and Sofia the First would be advantageous.

*You preferably do not have an aversion to an environment that at times resembles the aftermath of a tornado.

*Pretending to eat playdough creations realistically is required, this is a skill that may develop with time and experience.

* Previous experience working with children in a licensed childcare setting is required!

Requirements:
WE REQUIRE A CDA or EEC Degree

* High School diploma - required to be available and copied

* First Aid and CPR certification within 90 days of Employment

* 40 Clock Hours as mandated by the state - Transcript to be available and copied

* 10 hours - Infant and Toddler (ITAP/UDAP) required or completed within 90 days

* First aid and CPR required within 90 days

* Some PRE-EMPLOYMENT state classes are required

All classes required by the state are mandatory, and most may be done during the probationary period and training is provided to the successful applicant

Site Name: Precious People Learning
Contact Person: Barbra Mastrota
Contact Email Address: barbramastrota@preciouspeople98.com
Street Address: 130 Riviere Road
City:
Palm Harbor
Zip: 34683
Phone: 727-786-1094
Send Resumes To: Barbra Mastrota @ barbramastrota@preciouspeople98.com

General Information: Our early childhood center is looking for a Preschool Teacher/ Floater who can help create innovative lesson plans and enhance the learning environment for our students. The ideal candidate for this position enjoys working with children, understands how they learn and is dedicated to creating a nurturing learning atmosphere for every student. If you have previous experience working in an early childhood center and are interested in joining our growing team, we encourage you to apply.
Requirements: 45 clock hours
Safe sleep
Bloodborne and Pathogens
CDA a plus!
Site Name: Bumblebee Club Learning Center
Contact Person: Nicole/Chrisy
Contact Email Address: bumblebeeclub2@gmail.com
Street Address: 5021 75th AVE N.
City: Pinellas Park
Zip: 33781
Phone: 17272569306
Send Resumes To: bumblebeeclub2@gmail.com

 

General Information: We are a well-established Christian Preschool looking for a full-time Lead Two Year Old Teacher. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about children to join our ministry. We offer paid time off and a monthly health allowance. Our school culture is one of love and respect and we have high expectations for our staff, our students, and their families. Hours of availability are from 8:30am-5:30pm.
Requirements: H.S. Diploma or equivalent
CDA or FCCPC required or college credits that meet Florida Preschool Teacher requirements
45 Clock hours
Minimum 1 year experience preferred
Site Name: Feather Sound Christian School
Contact Person: Dawn Waters
Contact Email Address: preschool@feathersoundchurch.com
Street Address: 13880 Feather Sound Dr.
City: Clearwater
Zip: 33762
Phone: 727-573-1012
Send Resumes To: preschool@feathersoundchurch.com

 

General Information: New Beginnings Preschool is hiring Full Time(CDA preferred) Co-Toddler Teacher. We are an established preschool in the Seminole/Largo area. Salary is commensurate with experience/Education. Please include a recent DCF Childcare Training Transcript and a current resume .
Requirements: Must Haves:~2 years preschool experience
~ CDA/FCCPC
~Level 2 Background screening
~Reliable/Flexible
Site Name: New Beginnings Preschool
Contact Person: Anna Zegzdryn
Contact Email Address: newbeginningslargo@gmail.com
Street Address: 12240 seminole blvd
City: largo
Zip: 33778
Phone: 7275598469
Send Resumes To: newbeginningslargo@gmail.com

General Information: We are looking for a happy, team oriented teacher who loves to watch children learn and grow to join our team.
Requirements: High school Diploma
level 2 background
45 clock hours preferred
CDA preferred
1st aid and CPR
Site Name: A Child's Place
Contact Person: Joanna Coss
Contact Email Address: achildsplace49@yahoo.com
Street Address: 4025 49th st N
City: St Petersburg
Zip: 33709
Phone: 727-526-1330
Send Resumes To: achildsplace49@yahoo.com

 

General Information: Job Summary: The Child Development Assistant of the Center for Early Learning is responsible to assist the Director and assigned classroom Teacher of the Center for Early Learning to provide a high quality early learning environment for children from infants to entry into kindergarten.

Essential Functions:
Assist Teacher as directed to implement agency-approved curriculum to provide high-quality educational experience for children
Prepare materials for lessons as requested by assigned classroom Teacher
Assist Teacher to maintain orderly, clean and stimulating classroom environment as per NAEYC and Pinellas County Licensing Board guidelines
Collaborate and coordinate with assigned classroom Teacher to:
Maintain appropriate supervision of children in assigned classroom at all times.
Care for ill/injured children and document actions as per agency guidelines.
Post and maintain a daily schedule as agreed upon with Center Director.
Direct clean-up activities of children and instruct them in good hygiene practices
Administer appropriate behavioral guidance to children in assigned classroom as per agency guidelines using the Conscious Discipline program.
Maintain confidentiality of all information pertaining to students and families
Notify Teacher and/or Director of Center for Early Learning of concerns regarding a student.
Assist Food & Safety Coordinator to serve meals and snacks
Assist adult family members of students as requested by Teacher or Family Engagement Specialist
Assist Teacher to keep accurate records and files as required by agency policy, licensing requirements, and contracting agencies
Attend training sessions, conferences and staff meetings which foster personal growth and/or are required by the Agency, Licensing Board or contracting agencies
Maintain accreditations, licenses, and renewals
Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Supervision Received/Exercised: Reports to Director of Early Learning Center. No supervisory duties.

Decision Making: Limited to those needed to carry out assigned duties.

Hours: Full Time, 40 hours per week, year-round

FLS Status: Non-Exempt, Hourly

All Learning Empowered employees are hired At-Will. No contract is implied or intended.

EOE

Requirements: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Minimum High School Diploma, plus Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential, or Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC) / Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) and willing to obtain a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential
OEL School Readiness pre-service training completed (or willing to complete within 90 days of hire).
45 Clock Hours DCF required Training (or willing to obtain in first six months of employment)
Fluent in English
Ability to lift and carry 35 pounds and in an emergency pick up a 40 pound child.
Physical ability to extend arms overhead, grasp with hands, stand, stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, walk, sit on floor.
Clean Level II Background Check (conducted by agency upon hire) maintained throughout employment
Current First Aid/CPR, including Infant and Child CPR, or willing to obtain upon hire
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to a diverse audience of volunteers and clients
Ability to use computer software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, Email client, Internet) in a Windows environment to communicate and maintain records
Ability to maintain professional boundaries with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to maintain and protect confidential information with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to create an environment where children, parents, staff and volunteers are welcomed and affirmed
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends to best meet the needs of enrolled students
Wholehearted commitment to the mission, values and programs of Learning Empowered, Inc.
Site Name: Learning Empowered
Contact Person: Gina Trieste
Contact Email Address: jobs@learning-empowered.org
Street Address: 12945 Seminole Blvd
City: Largo
Zip: 33778
Send Resumes To: https://www.learning-empowered.org/careers

General Information: Job Summary: The Early Childhood Teacher is responsible to provide a high-quality early learning environment for children in the assigned classroom. Responsible for all aspects of classroom management including student attainment of educational goals, development and maintenance of a high-quality learning environment, and provision of a safe, emotionally healthy social environment.

Essential Functions:
Implement agency-approved curriculum to provide high-quality educational experience for children in assigned classroom
Carry out ongoing assessment of all children in assigned classroom to ensure attainment of educational goals.
Develop lesson plans tailored to meet children’s developmental needs as informed by observation and ongoing assessment. Submit lesson plans to Center Director following Agency format and deadlines.
Maintain an orderly, clean and stimulating classroom environment as per NAEYC and Pinellas County Licensing Board (PCLB) guidelines. (Plus Head Start guidelines, as applicable)
Collaborate and coordinate with assigned Child Development Assistant to:
Maintain appropriate supervision of children in assigned classroom at all times.
Care for ill/injured children and document actions as per agency guidelines.
Post and maintain a daily schedule as agreed upon with Center Director.
Direct clean-up activities of children and instruct them in good hygiene practices
Administer appropriate behavioral guidance to children in assigned classroom as per agency guidelines using the Conscious Discipline and/or Head Start guidelines.
Maintain confidentiality of all information pertaining to students and families
Consult with the Center Director and/or Family Engagement Specialist about concerns regarding children who may need referral for assessment of special needs
Notify Center Director of materials needed for the classroom
Coach and counsel classroom volunteers to successfully support the educational program.
Keep accurate records and files as required by agency policy, licensing requirements, and contracting agencies.
Attend training sessions, conferences and staff meetings which foster personal growth and/or are required by the Agency, Licensing Board or contracting agencies.
Maintain accreditations, licenses, and renewals.
Other duties as assigned by Supervisor

Supervision Received/Exercised: Reports to the Center Director. Coaches and counsels classroom volunteers.

Decision Making: Latitude to make decisions for the most effective operations of assigned classroom with approval of Supervisor.

Hours: Full-Time, year-round

FLS Status: Exempt

Requirements: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Education, preferably Early Childhood or Elementary Education, or Bachelor’s Degree in related field plus staff credential as verified by the Department of Children and Families (DCF transcript). OR
Are actively pursuing completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, provide updated transcripts regularly, and have been approved for an Exception prior to hire.
Completed DCF 45 clock hours (or willing to obtain within 6 months of hire)
Fluent in English.
(For Head Start staff) Completion and proof of a physical examination prior to the start of employment, including a tuberculosis test (TB Test). Physical examinations must be repeated every two years during employment.
Ability to lift and carry 35 pounds and in an emergency pick up a 40 pound child.
Physical ability to extend arms overhead, grasp with hands, stand, stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, walk, sit on floor.
Clean Level II Background Check (when conducted by agency upon hire) and maintained throughout employment
Current First Aid/CPR, including Infant and Child CPR, or willing to obtain upon hire.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to a diverse audience of volunteers and clients.
Ability to use computer software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, Email client, Internet) in a Windows environment to communicate and maintain records.
Ability to maintain professional boundaries with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to maintain and protect confidential information with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to create an environment where children, parents, staff and volunteers are welcomed and affirmed.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends to best meet the needs of enrolled families.
Wholehearted commitment to mission, values and programs of Learning Empowered, Inc.
Site Name: Learning Empowered
Contact Person: Gina Trieste
Contact Email Address: jobs@learning-empowered.org
Street Address: 12945 Seminole Blvd, Bldg Two
City: Largo
Zip: 33778
Send Resumes To: https://www.learning-empowered.org/careers

General Information: Job Summary: The Support Aide of the Center for Early Learning is responsible to assist the Director and classroom Teachers of the Center for Early Learning to provide a high quality early learning environment for children from infants to entry into kindergarten. The Support Aide is assigned duties throughout the Center by the Director as needed.

Essential Functions:
Help Teachers as directed to implement agency-approved curriculum to provide high quality educational experience for children
Prepare materials for lessons as requested by classroom teachers.
Help Teachers to maintain orderly, clean and stimulating classroom environments as per NAEYC and Pinellas County Licensing Board guidelines
Help Teachers and Child Development Assistants to:
Maintain appropriate supervision of children at all times.
Care for ill/injured children and document actions as per agency guidelines
Direct clean-up activities of children and instruct them in good hygiene practices
Administer appropriate behavioral guidance to children as per agency guidelines using the Conscious Discipline program.
Maintain confidentiality of all information pertaining to students and families
Help with service of meals and snacks as requested by Teachers and Director of Center.
Notify appropriate Teacher and/or Director of Center for Early Learning of concerns regarding a student.
Assist adult family members of students as requested by Teachers or Family Engagement Specialist
Maintain confidentiality of all information pertaining to students and families
Help Teachers to keep accurate records and files as required by agency policy, licensing requirements, and contracting agencies
Attend training sessions, conferences and staff meetings which foster personal growth and/or are required by the Agency, Licensing Board or contracting agencies
Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Supervision Received/Exercised: Reports to Director of Center for Early Learning. No supervisory duties.

Decision Making: Limited to those needed to carry out assigned duties.

Hours: Full-Time, 40 hours per week, year-round.

FLS Status: Non-Exempt, Hourly

Requirements: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Minimum High School Diploma, plus Child Development Associate credential, Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC) or Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC)
OEL School Readiness pre-service training completed (or willing to complete within 90 days of hire).
45 Clock Hours DCF required Training (or willing to obtain in first six months of employment)
Fluent in English
Ability to lift and carry 35 pounds and in an emergency pick up a 40 pound child.
Physical ability to extend arms overhead, grasp with hands, stand, stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, walk, sit on floor.
Clean Level II Background Check (conducted by agency upon hire) maintained throughout employment
Current First Aid/CPR, including Infant and Child CPR, or willing to obtain upon hire
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to a diverse audience of volunteers and clients
Ability to use computer software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, Email client, Internet) in a Windows environment to communicate and maintain records
Ability to maintain professional boundaries with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to maintain and protect confidential information with regard to agency programs, staff, volunteers and participants
Ability to create an environment where children, parents, staff and volunteers are welcomed and affirmed
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends as needed to best meet the needs of enrolled students
Wholehearted commitment to Learning Empowered mission, values and programs
Site Name: Learning Empowered
Contact Person: Gina Trieste
Contact Email Address: jobs@learning-empowered.org
Street Address: 12945 Seminole Blvd, Bldg Two
City: Largo
Zip: 33778
Send Resumes To: https://www.learning-empowered.org/careers