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Join the Graland Team!

Graland recruits exceptional teachers and qualified professionals year-round. Current job openings are listed below. If you are interested in working at Graland, even if you do not see the position you're seeking, we would like to hear from you! Please send your resume and letter of interest to Sarah Young, assistant to the Head of School.

Current Openings

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  • Childcare Lead Teacher

    Graland Country Day School seeks an intelligent, energetic, flexible and dedicated educator who is interested in working to create a nurturing, stimulating and organized classroom environment.  A desire to work collaboratively on a team, as well as a desire for personal and professional growth, are essential qualities for this position. The person must be cognizant of the variation of students’ cognitive, social and emotional needs and capable of responding appropriately to each student as an individual. 
     
    Desired Qualifications:
    • Must be twenty-one (21) years of age.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Psychology, Special Education.
    • Associate’s degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education and six months of verified experience working with children in a child development program.
    • Minimum of two years training and/or experience working in a professional setting with children ages one to four (1-4).
    Reports To: Associate Head of Lower School and ECLC Director
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for the care and safety of up to 10 children; ensuring that children are in a safe environment at all times in accordance with Colorado Child Care Rules and Regulations.
    • Responsible for the planning and implementation of daily lesson plans, monthly calendars, classroom newsletters, and daily communication to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining age-appropriate, consistent classroom routines and daily schedule.
    • Responsible for daily set-up and delivery of programs by organizing activities, snacks/meal service, diapering/toileting, cleaning/sanitizing, playground supervision, rest time, arrival and departure of children.
    • Use positive behavior reinforcement and developmentally-appropriate guidance strategies to encourage appropriate behavior.
    • Develop and maintain positive communication with parents, children, and faculty/staff.
    • Seek out continued professional development opportunities.
    • Responsible for monitoring and maintaining annual fifteen (15) hour professional development credentials as required for their position.
    • Demonstrate commitment to the Graland mission, core values, and policies in the performance of daily duties.
    • Attend and participate in staff meetings, trainings, and site events as requested by the Director.
    • Attend work on a regular, reliable and punctual basis.
    • Provide before and after care supervision daily.
    • Maintain confidentiality in regard to staff, children, and family information.
    • Demonstrate responsible, nurturing and professional behavior at all times.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.
    Licenses, Certificates and Other Requirements:
    • Must be willing to meet appropriate Infant/Toddler Teacher requirements/qualifications and provide all documentation as required by the State of Colorado Department of Human Services upon hire.
    • Possess a current certification in CPR, First Aid, and Universal Precautions.
    • Complete fifteen (15) hours training annually.
    • Submit and pass criminal background check including Colorado Bureau of Investigations and TRAILS/Central Registry criminal record review as required by the Colorado Department of Social Services within five (5) working days of employment.
    • Provide all documentation as required by the State of Colorado Child Care Licensing Division upon hire.
    • Must be able to fulfill the role as a mandated reporter.
    Material and Equipment:
    • Knowledge of modern office procedures, methods and general office equipment (computer, copier, iPad, phone, etc.).  Proficiency with applicable computer software application (Word, Excel, Outlook).
    • Multiple manuals such as Colorado Health Department Guidelines, Graland Employee Manual, General Rules and Regulations for Child Care Services and the Colorado Department of Human Services Division of Childcare Rules and Regulations.
    Working Environment:
    • Most of work is performed indoors, approximately 70%, with normal noise and frequent interruptions.
    • Balance of the work day, approximately 30%, will be outdoors, possible exposure to extreme temperatures, sun, rain, snow, wind, humidity or icy conditions and frequent exposure to grasses, molds, fertilizers, dust and pesticides. 
    Physical Requirements:
    • Must have the ability to visually and audibly supervise the children in a variety of situations.
    • Requires the ability to stand for various periods of time (15-30 minutes), bend or kneel to communicate with children, engage in activities with children, and distribute supplies or materials.
    • Must be able to push, pull, and balance.
    • Must be able to lift/move a maximum of 30 pounds unassisted, and lift/more a maximum of 100 pounds with assistance.
    • Requires sense of smell and touch.
    This position requires a current signed Child Care Provider Health Form.
  • Evening Custodian

    Position Overview
    Graland is seeking an evening custodian to clean and maintain an assigned area of the well-kept 190,000 square feet of teachable space. The evening custodian is responsible for performing their duties with the latest cleaning standards and best practices to keep a safe space.

    DEPARTMENT: Buildings and Grounds
    REPORTS TO: Custodian Supervisor
    PRIMARY FUNCTION: Performs tasks for the purpose of maintaining an attractive, sanitary and safe campus for students, staff and visitors.
     
    Essential Responsibilities
    • Cleans assigned campus facilities (e.g., classrooms, offices, gym, restrooms, multipurpose rooms, cafeteria, etc.). Cleaning includes but is not limited to:  vacuuming, dusting, sweeping, mopping, shampooing carpets, washing windows, sanitizing, emptying trash and picking up litter.
    • Use of ladders, step stools, as needed.
    • Lifts up to 30 pounds unassisted for the purpose of lifting equipment/objects necessary to complete assigned tasks.
    • Responsible for locking doors and windows and turning on and off lights at scheduled times.
    • Perform routine minor maintenance activities.
    • Inspects school facilities for the purpose of ensuring the site is suitable for safe operations and maintained in an attractive and clean condition.
    • Identify and report vandalism, equipment breakage, weather conditions, etc.
    • Work under limited supervision following standardized practices and/or methods.
    • Performs other related duties, as assigned, for the purpose of ensuring the efficient, effective functioning of the work unit.
    Job Requirements: Minimum Qualifications
    • SKILLS are required to perform multiple, non-technical tasks with a need to periodically upgrade skills in order to meet changing job conditions. Specific skills required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: using custodial supplies.
    • KNOWLEDGE is required to perform basic math; read and follow instructions; and understand multi-step written and oral instructions. Specific knowledge required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job includes: knowledge of custodial supplies; knowledge of cleaning methods and techniques.
    • ABILITY is required to work with a wide diversity of individuals in a variety of circumstances; and operate job-related equipment. Specific abilities required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: being willing to work; being organized. With the ability to engage with students, faculty and staff. 
    Working Environment
    • The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following physical demands: lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some climbing and balancing; stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling; and fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 5% sitting, 50% walking, and 45% standing. 
    Hours are 3:30pm – 12:00am 

    Compensation and Benefits
    Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Salary is between $15-$17 per hour.  Benefits include professional development, employer-paid health, vision, dental and life insurance, paid time off for school holidays and school vacations, as well as participation in a retirement plan. 
  • Human Resources Manager

    Graland Country Day School is seeking a full-time Human Resources Manager to manage all aspects of the Human Resources function. The Human Resources Manager shall lead Human Resources practices and objectives that will provide an employee oriented, high performance culture that promotes empowerment, quality, productivity, goal attainment, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a growth-oriented and adaptable workforce.
     
    Reports to: Director of Director of Finance & Operations
    Terms: Full-time, exempt, 12-month on-campus position

    Essential Functions:

    The essential duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Identifies legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions and ensures that policies, procedures and reporting are in compliance
    • Defines and manages hiring processes and procedures including: developing job descriptions and postings, coordinating interview schedules, supporting the recruitment process as needed, conducting background check process for final candidates, preparing employment contracts or letters, and overseeing the onboarding process including completion and collection of employment forms
    • Manages Workers Compensation claims and manages safety initiatives
    • Manages unemployment claims, employment verifications, garnishments, FMLA, and attendance
    • Manages and monitors HR best practices with respect to all employee relations; advises senior management on all employee relations matters
      • Employee appeals
      • Conflict resolution
      • Harassment complaints
      • Monitors for EEOC compliance
      • Cultural communication issues
    • Works with senior management to refine and implement compensation programs and assists with annual salary budget to ensure compliance and equity within the organization
    • Administers benefits programs and manages relationships with vendors. Responsible for ensuring programs meet employees needs, complies with legal requirements, and are cost effective. Also performs monthly accounting reconciliations of programs:
      • Medical, dental and vision insurance and cafeteria plans
      • Retirement plans
      • Life and Long Term Disability insurance
      • COBRA
      • Others as may be determined
    • Processes payroll on a semi-monthly basis in coordination with controller and payroll software vendor
    • Communicates key changes in programs and legislation that may affect budget; interprets and explains personnel policies and procedures to department heads, employees and applicants. Assists the Director of Finance & Operations in modifying policies, programs, and cultural and organizational changes
    • Conducts exit interviews and gleans suggestions for improvement of employee experience and practices
    • Implements employee management best practices and minimizes legal risks. Employees include full and part-time faculty and staff, after-school activities personnel, and others as needed
    • Retains personnel files in compliance with state employment requirements for independent schools, including teacher licensing and employee occupational licenses
    • Supports administration in staff development and evaluation
    • Reviews and updates the Employee Handbook in collaboration with Administrative team 

    Competency:

    • Customer Service – Responds to requests for service and assistance and makes self available to faculty and staff
    • Ethics – Treats people with respect regardless of status or position; works with integrity and ethically; upholds organizational values
    • Confidentiality – Maintains confidential information
    • Adaptability – Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events
    • Analytical – Synthesizes complex or diverse information; Collects and researches data
    • Judgment – Exhibits sound and accurate judgment
    • Communication – Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills
    • Organizational Support – Follows policies and procedures
    • Teamwork - Ability to work independently and in teams
    • Technical Skills – Strives to build knowledge and skills; Shares expertise with others

    Team Player

    Be a collaborative and supportive member of the Graland community who:
    • Models caring, respect, patience, and appreciation of differences.
    • Recognizes the importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity (DEI) work and continues growth as a culturally responsive staff member.
    • Provides a safe environment for students.
    • Upholds school, employee and family confidentiality.
    • Represents school in position and in community – understands voice of school.
    • Participates in effective communication that is responsible, descriptive, and nonjudgmental.
    • Adheres to all school policies and procedures.
    • Demonstrates a growth mindset and is open to feedback and new learning.
    • Offers support during after-hours as needed.
    • Likes to work with people and create solutions.

    Qualifications:

    • Ability to work collaboratively
    • Excellent organizational and supervisory skills are required
    • Strong oral and written communications skills; ability to write routine reports and correspondence; ability to speak effectively before groups of employees
    • Ability to calculate figures and amounts
    • Ability to solve practical problems; ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
    • Exceptional relationship management, problem solving and negotiation skills
    • Individual must be proficient with industry software and technology

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university
    • Five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

    Compensation and Benefits

    Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Salary is between $65,000-$80,000. Benefits include professional development, employer-paid health, vision, dental and life insurance, paid time off for school holidays and school vacations, as well as participation in a retirement plan. Daily free lunch and access to free on-campus workout facilities.
  • Middle School Learning Specialist - Literacy

    Please Note: This position is being hired for an August 2022 start date.

    Position Overview

    Graland Country Day School is seeking a middle school literacy learning specialist to work closely with students in grades 5-8. The candidate should be an experienced teacher who understands school environments and the unique needs of middle school students. The ideal candidate thrives when working collaboratively and is skilled at working with students, faculty, and families.

    Reports to: Head of Middle School Status: Full-time, school year
     

    Position Description

    Literacy learning specialists support Graland’s pursuit of intellectual excellence by working in partnership with students, teachers, parents, and administrators to identify and address learning differences that are impeding student progress in English and history. As coaches and consultants, literacy learning specialists provide alternative methods and strategies to better differentiate curricular delivery and assist teachers in identifying and addressing the nature of non-responsiveness to generally effective instruction. This practice is guided by the Response to Intervention Model.
     

    Literacy learning specialists accomplish the above as they:

    • Serve as a student’s advocate/case manager by closely monitoring their progress
    • Review and summarize psycho-educational evaluations, creating support plans based on the findings and recommendations provided, and ensuring parent communication and protocol development
    • Participate in formal and informal parent-teacher conferences as well as weekly teacher, grade- level, and administrator meetings
    • Provide direct academic support to students and/or small groups of students in the classroom and out
    • Assist with test administrations, including standardized tests, to students receiving accommodations
    • Write report card comments, in some situations, for students who receive ongoing instruction from learning specialists
    • Administer and analyze the results of curriculum-based measurements and standardized testing in order to drive instruction
    • Recommend outside testing when school interventions have not produced desired outcomes
    • Collaborate with the Student Support Team, using a growth mindset
    • Engage in professional development to further enhance knowledge of learning differences, differentiation and strategies for problem-solving, intervention, remediation and/or enrichment

    About Graland’s Middle School

    Teaching in the middle school at Graland is a multi-faceted experience. We start with the fundamental belief that teaching middle school students is about building relationships. From here, teachers are responsible for fostering in students a love of learning and the development of skills necessary to be successful. Math, English, science, and history teachers teach one grade level and form that grade's MESH team, whose charge is to create continuity in students' experiences, including developing central themes and interdisciplinary units, common expectations for student work and behavior, to integrate technology, and to manage students' academic and social well being. The MESH team members also serve as advisors within their respective grade levels. World Language and Visual and Performing Arts teachers work with a range of grade levels and serve on departmental teams. They may serve as advisors as well. The middle school experience at Graland calls for teachers to recognize that working with this age group requires a variety of roles, including coaching sports or an innovation team in the Gates lab, and a high level of energy and enthusiasm from its staff.
     

    Team Player

    A collaborative and supportive member of the Graland community who...
      • Models caring, respect, patience, and appreciation of differences.
      • Provides a safe environment for students.
      • Recognizes the importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity (DEI) work and continues growth as a culturally responsive educator.
      • Upholds school, employee and family confidentiality.
      • Represents school in position and in community.
    • Participates in effective communication that is responsible, descriptive, and nonjudgmental.
      • Adheres to all school policies and procedures.
      • Offers support during after-hours as needed.
      • Likes to work with people and create solutions.
      • Recognizes the importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity (DEI) work and continues growth as a culturally responsive educator.
     

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree; master’s degree preferred.
    • Licensure in Special Education.
    • 3+ years of teaching experience; experience with middle school students preferred.
    • Excellent communication skills.
     
  • Purchasing Manager

    Position Overview:
    Graland Country Day School is seeking a full-time Purchasing Manager to manage the day to day purchasing for the School. Graland utilizes a centralized purchasing process to effectively manage vendor relationships, secure best pricing and ensure timely delivery of items needed to operate the School.
     
    Reports to: Director of Director of Finance & Operations
    Terms: Full-time, exempt, 12-month on-campus position

    Essential Functions:

    The essential duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Purchase school supplies, classroom furniture and other items necessary to operate the school
    • Establish and maintain vendor relationships to facilitate the purchasing of goods that are of high quality, reasonably priced and can be delivered in a timely manner
    • Negotiate fair pricing with vendors so school does not overpay for items
    • Establish, enhance and maintain purchasing policies
    • Evaluate and improve processes where appropriate to gain efficiencies
    • Coordinate the purchasing, tracking and delivery of ordered items
    • Establish relationships with faculty and staff to coordinate purchasing requested items, communicating delivery schedule and training them on purchasing systems and procedures
    • Review purchase request against remaining departmental budget. Alert department leader about potential budget overage and seek approval before placing order.
    • Reconcile orders placed with items received and follow up with vendors regarding any missing items.
    • Reconcile items received with vendor invoices and reconcile to the corporate purchasing department bank purchase card.
    • Coordinate with maintenance department for delivery of items to the classrooms
    • General duties as assigned by the Director of Finance & Operations
     

    Qualifications:

    • Education or Formal Training - Associates or undergraduate degree in business administration preferred.
    • Experience – 5 years purchasing experience
    • Desired skills – Excellent organization skills, strong communication skills, effective researcher, ability to negotiate, skilled at troubleshooting and ability to work independently. Intermediate level user of technology systems including purchasing applications, Microsoft Office and Google apps.
    • Working Environment/Physical Activities - Office and school environment; able to access buildings and rooms on school campus, typing, copying, printing, filing, able to lift up to 20 lbs.

    Compensation and Benefits

    Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Salary is between $60,000-$68,000 per year. Benefits include professional development, employer-paid health, vision, dental and life insurance, paid time off for school holidays and school vacations, as well as participation in a retirement plan. Daily free lunch and access to free on-campus workout facilities.
  • Development Services Coordinator

    Immediate Opening
    30-40 Hours Per Week
    For the 2021-22 School Year with Possibility to Extend
     
    Graland Country Day School is seeking a Development Services Coordinator. This position has flexible scheduling, from 30-40 hours per week, and includes benefits. The position will be effective immediately and for the duration of the 2021-22 school year, with the possibility to extend.
     
    Reporting to the Director of Development, this position supports all development program areas. Focus is primarily on donation gift recording and acknowledgment, Raiser’s Edge database maintenance, and report generation, as well as general Development Office support.
     
    Graland’s Development Office is responsible for outreach to the school’s internal and external constituencies. Through community outreach and relationship building, the department motivates Graland’s community and the community-at-large to support the school financially.  By obtaining resources required by Graland to carry out its educational mission and strategic objectives, the department plays a vital role in contributing to the overall education and personal development of Graland students and maintaining Graland’s place as an outstanding educational institution.
     
    Responsibilities
    • Hold responsibility for all donation gift entry, tracking, and filing on a timely basis
    • Oversee and process Graland’s receipt of corporate matching gifts, securities, and wire transfers
    • Overall production and mailing of donation acknowledgment receipts and template notes and letters on a timely basis
    • Produce and distribute quarterly donor pledge reminders
    • Produce Raiser’s Edge reports for development staff, business office, school administration, and volunteers
    • Hold responsibility for overseeing constituent data entry and change in Raiser’s Edge and/or CORE
    • Collaborate with the Associate Director of Data Systems to perform all global changes and updates to the database, including appeals and annual Graland targets/solicitations
    • Partner with business, finance, and accounting staff re: gift entry, fund creation, gift designation, as well as audit and tax reporting
    • Create all necessary mailing and email lists
    • Perform other duties as requested, delegated, interested, or assigned
     
    Qualifications
    • Education, Formal Training and Experience – Associates degree or higher in business or equivalent combination of education and experience; one to three years of related development experience in non-profits preferred.
     
    • Required Skills – familiarity with data systems, 1-2 years of experience with Blackbaud products/Raiser’s Edge preferred; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to balance multiple tasks, prioritize and meet deadlines; ability to work independently and as part of a team; positive attitude and growth mindset – an eagerness to learn new tasks and approaches, to collaborate with and learn from others, to think “outside the box.”
     
    • Working Environment – Graland is a school serving children ages 3 through grade 8 and their families; understanding of and involvement in the mission, values, organization, and traditions of an independent school are important to this role. Candidates must honor current school initiatives, including innovation, equity, and inclusivity, as well as donor confidentiality.
     
    School Background
    Graland is an independent school in Denver that serves students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Guided by our mission, values, and strategic plan, we go to extraordinary lengths to give children the best education possible. Visit www.graland.org for more information. Graland’s faculty and staff enjoy a collaborative, supportive environment where each member is encouraged to be a lifelong learner. Professional development, a desirable location in the heart of Denver, and other benefits make Graland a dynamic, inclusive, and innovative workplace.
     
    Team Player
    Graland Country Day School asks that the right candidate be a collaborative and supportive member of the school community who…
    • Models caring, respect, patience, and appreciation of differences
    • Provides a safe environment for students
    • Upholds school, employee and family confidentiality
    • Is sensitive about what he/she is saying and where
    • Participates in effective communication that is responsible, descriptive, and nonjudgmental
    • Adheres to all school policies and procedures.
     
    Salary and Benefits
    • Hourly compensation will be in the range of $20-24/hour.
    • Graland Country Day School offers an exceptional benefits package that includes health, dental and vision coverage, a generous retirement program, long-term disability and life insurance, daily lunch, parking on-site, work-out facilities access, a generous time off policy and more.
  • Extended Day Program Staff 2021-2022

    This position is for the 2021-2022 school year and will start in mid-August, 2021.
     
    Part time Extended Day Program Staff
    Hours: 2:30pm-6pm, Monday – Friday
    Qualifications: ECE teacher qualified /previously group leader
    Qualified applicants only
    Background check and fingerprinting required upon hire
    CPR, First Aid, Standard Precautions certification preferred or willing to acquire when hired
    15hrs Professional Development per school year required once hired
     
    • Work with children ages 5-12
    • Create fun, safe, caring environment
    • Assist with snack, arts, crafts, homework help, recess and other duties as needed
    • Set up and clean up
    • Communicate effectively with student, parents, other staff
     
    Please e-mail resume to: syoung@graland.org
  • Substitute Teacher

    Graland occasionally has a need for substitute teachers for grades preschool to grade 8. If you are qualified and interested in being on our list of subs, please submit a cover letter with your resume to Sarah Young (no phone calls please).
  • Teacher Resident Program (Stipend Position)

    Graland Country Day School is seeking intern candidates for our Teacher Preparation Program. You will be partnered with experience mentor teachers as you work to achieve your goal of a licensure in elementary education. Options exist for obtaining your masters degree at the same time. See below for details.

Graland Country Day School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

It is the policy of Graland Country Day School to comply fully with all laws barring discrimination against employees, or applicants, for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, military discharge status or physical or mental handicap, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran. This policy applies to recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, discipline, demotion, rates of pay or other compensation, employee benefits, tuition assistance programs and termination of employment. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Please send your resume and letter of interest to:

Sarah Young

Assistant to the Head of School
303-388-2803 (fax)
No phone calls, please

Teacher Residency

Graland Country Day School is seeking resident candidates for our Teacher Preparation Program in partnership with PEBC Teacher Residency. Participants are partnered with experienced mentor teachers at Graland and work to achieve a licensure in elementary education. Options exist for obtaining a master's degree at the same time.
For more information on PEBC Teacher Residency please contact:

PEBC Recruitment and Admissions Team 
Direct Phone: 303-861-1169 or Email: admissions@pebc.org.

For more information on being a resident at Graland Country Day School, please contact:
Parthenia D. Williams
Associate Head of Lower School
Direct Phone: 303-336-3767
pwilliams@graland.org

Information session hosted at Graland on February 5, 2020 click here to learn more and sign up.

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  • Overview

    Graland Country Day School and PEBC Teachr Residency seek candidates to participate in an alternative teacher licensure program where participants receive their Colorado Teacher’s License.

    Residents gain an understanding of teaching through an experience-based program coupled with licensure coursework that allows residents to connect theory and practice. They steadily take on increasing responsibilities as their skills and confidence grow. Resident teachers start the year working with small groups of children and end the year capable of managing the entire class.

    With ongoing feedback and support from their field coach and mentor teacher, residents participate in all aspects of the teaching process. They learn to help children with a wide range of abilities and share in celebrating diversity within the classroom.

    Graland residents are paid a stipend and receive some benefits. Please contact us to learn more.
     
  • Start Your Application Today

    To join PEBC Teacher Residency begin your online application at pebc.org and upload the following documents to begin the application process:
    • Statement of Purpose and Essay
    • Resume or curriculum vitae
    • Unofficial transcripts from all universities and colleges attended; please email official transcripts to admissions@pebc.org or mail official transcripts to the PEBC Teacher Residency office (3607 Martin Luther King Blvd, Denver, CO 80205)
  • How do I know if I’m a good fit?

    Although teaching experience is not required, we encourage applicants with a passion for education and love for learning. We also require applicants to have the following: Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, average 3.0 GPA and U.S. citizenship, permanent residency or ability to legally work in the U.S.
  • Master's Degree Option

    PEBC Teacher Residency highly recommends that residents take advantage of credit benefit options offered by partner universities after their residency year. Residents are encouraged to choose a program that best fits their needs and interests. Please visit the PEBC Teacher Residency website to learn more about the University Partners.
     

Graland Country Day School

Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.