Why a career with the Carole Robertson Center for Learning?
Since the Carole Robertson Center for Learning’s inception in 1976, it has committed itself to serve underresourced communities across Chicago. Through our name, we honor and remember Carole Robertson and the three young girls killed in the 1963 Birmingham Church bombing by the Ku Klux Klan. Today, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning is one of the largest early childhood and youth development organizations in Chicago, reaching nearly 2,500 children through our directly operated and partner sites. Our three flagship sites are located in North Lawndale, Little Village, and Albany Park.
Are you a passionate individual with a deep commitment to your community? If so, we invite you to join our dedicated team at the Carole Robertson Center for Learning.
OUR CORE VALUES
Our children and families come first. To do this, we must…
- Commit to empower and support our staff
- Take joy and pride in our work
- Seek innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement
- Work respectfully, transparently, and with integrity
- Listen with open minds and caring hearts
“I have gained many different relationships in my work and have gained new mentors along the way to help me grow as a person and professional. I feel very fortunate to work for an agency whose mission is to educate, enrich, and empower both children and families, and to be able to provide quality care for our families.”
Erica Trujilo, Family Support Specialist
Life, Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
PTO (Paid Time Off)
Retirement Savings Plan
At the Carole Robertson Center for Learning, we’re committed to your well-being and professional development. This includes benefits such as comprehensive health, dental, vision, and life insurance, strong retirement plans. We also provide paid time off, tuition reimbursement, paid trainings, and even an apprenticeship program for teachers. We invite you to apply and embark on a career that not only values your contributions, but also invests in your future.