Current Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in working at Positive Tomorrows. Check out our current openings below:

Summer Break Camp Counselors

Each year, our summer day camp provides learning and enrichment activities outside the regular classroom. Summer Break Camp Counselors will provide an educational atmosphere where students have the opportunity for academic, social-emotional, and physical growth during Summer break Camp.  The counselors are responsible for providing a well-rounded camp experience for each student.

Mandatory training and CPR certification (if needed) begins May 29th. The summer program ends July 31st.

Development Associate

The Development Associate is responsible for organizing and leading tours of Positive Tomorrows’ facility and coordinating all in-kind donations and collections to meet the needs of Positive Tomorrows and its clients as expressed in the Vision Statement, Mission Statement, and Strategic Plan. The Development Associate organizes outreach and presentations in the community, including United Way activities, to increase the organization’s exposure and recruit volunteers and corporate partners. In addition, the Development Associate will assist in volunteer management, communications, and donor relations in collaboration with other Development staff members.

Middle School Science/Social Studies Teacher, 2024-25 School year

A teacher at Positive Tomorrows is the primary educational service provider of the organization and, therefore, must maintain a visionary, progressive, and evidence-based approach to educating students.  The teacher is responsible for providing an educational atmosphere where students experiencing homelessness have the opportunity for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth, as directed by the Purpose Statement, Mission Statement, and Strategic Plan.  The teacher is responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program that employs an arts-integrated approach and will result in accelerated academic growth in each student.

The 7th grade Science/Social Studies teacher will serve as the homeroom teacher for 7th graders and will be a part of the middle school teaching team where they will teach science/social studies to 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students. The Middle School Science/Social Studies teacher at Positive Tomorrows is responsible for planning standards-aligned content in Science and Social Studies for 5th-7th grade students. The teacher will coordinate with team members to find alignment and connection between content areas. A strong candidate will feel confident in designing learning experiences that encourage student discovery, form connections to modern-day culture, and question information presented to them. This course of study should present a historical perspective through a culturally responsive lens. A successful candidate will find creative ways to present information from multiple perspectives and allow students to debate history while uncovering their own beliefs, values, and biases. A current Oklahoma State Department of Education teaching certificate (or out-of-state equivalent) is required.

Special Education Teacher, 2024-25 School year

A special education teacher at Positive Tomorrows is a primary educational service provider of the organization and therefore must maintain a visionary, progressive, and evidence-based approach to educating students.  The teacher is responsible for creating an educational atmosphere where students experiencing homelessness have the opportunity for academic, intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth, as directed by the Purpose Statement, Mission Statement and Strategic Plan.  The teacher is responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program that employs an evidence-based approach and will result in accelerated academic growth in each student.  The special education teacher at Positive Tomorrows is responsible for teaching self-regulation skills, math, reading, writing, and spelling to our neediest students. Study skills and behavioral expectations are taught in the classroom and supported by the special education teacher, as needed.