HOPE is currently recruiting for the following positions: 

HOPE Mentor: The HOPE Mentor plays a key role in facilitating a positive, productive, and successful educational experience and environment for HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op (HOPE Online). Mentors work with HOPE Teachers to deliver daily lessons and classroom activities both online and offline. A Mentor is responsible for monitoring daily activities of the students to ensure learning. This position provides both encouragement and discipline within an inviting learning environment designed to accommodate group and individualized instruction. We have positions in elementary, middle school and high school throughout the state. The current minimum educational requirement is a two year degree from an institution of higher education. Bachelor's Degree preferred. HOPE's vision is to support all Mentors in becoming a Licensed Educator if they currently aren't one. Grants may be available to assist in the cost of obtaining a license. Resumes can be sent to Mentors are employees of their assigned Learning Center.

Open 2017/2018 Mentor Positions at:

HOPE Teacher: The HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op (HOPE) Teacher works in a unique and innovative education environment with Learning Center staff and mentors. The HOPE Teacher is responsible for providing instructional support to teachers-in-training (Mentors) and increasing student achievement through a blended approach of offline and online curriculum. The HOPE Teacher uses a deep coaching model focusing on the ongoing professional development of the Mentor that includes providing intervention to identified students and coordinating and monitoring student achievement in all grades/content areas for all students attending their assigned Learning Center. Active Colorado Teaching License and be considered Highly Qualified by NCLB/CDE guidelines, five years teaching experience, at least two years working with at-risk youth in a multicultural environment is required. Send interest and resume to  

Open 2017/2018 Teacher Positions:

  • K-5 - Aurora, Commerce City, Lakewood and Pueblo

  • Secondary 6-12 - Aurora, Commerce City, Greeley and Pueblo

Assessment Coordinator
HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op – Englewood, CO
Salary Range - $46,000 - $50,000 a year

Summary of Job Duties:
The HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op Assessment Coordinator will oversee the planning, administration and reporting of required school, district and state tests. This position will ensure that students are appropriately identified for gifted and language proficiency programming and that plans are completed in compliance with state requirements.

• Current Colorado Teaching License with CLD endorsement
• Effective communication skills
• Highly organized, detail-orientated
• Ability to interpret data
• Knowledge of state and local assessments (PARCC, DIBELS, ACCESS, and more)

Health, dental and vision program
Paid leave in addition to school breaks
PERA Retirement benefits

Send interest and resume to  

Administrative Assistant
HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op – Englewood, CO
Salary Range - TBD

• Maintain database for mileage, compensation time and absences for literacy teachers and paraprofessionals
• Ensure required Title I paperwork is updated, forms signed by appropriate personnel and submitted monthly to budget director
• Maintain HOPE Literacy staff phone tree
• Review resumes and applications for open literacy positions and set up interviews
• Assist in ordering, inventorying and dispersing office equipment
• Assist in development of slides for professional development sessions
• Copy materials, set up binders, and manage professional development materials
• Develop regular literacy newsletters to communicate pertinent testing dates, Title I requirements, professional development sessions and more
• Develop and post meeting notes
• Conduct regular filing for ease of access

• Conduct, manage and maintain literacy intervention material inventory
• Organize Core Knowledge Language Arts curriculum at the HOPE office
• Generate and keep CKLA inventory for each learning center updated
• Monitor all CKLA curriculum requests and ensure materials are ready for pick up
• Check in CKLA materials returned from centers
• Inventory, organize and distribute Social Studies and Science Weekly Studies Newspapers for Learning Centers

• Maintain database to track Title I, ELAT and other grant budgets
• Track expenditures, communicating budget source on invoices to HOPE budget director
• Develop invoices and order materials as needed

• Associate’s Degree or equivalent
• Use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
• Google Calendar and Drive
• Must demonstrate ability to lift 50 pounds

Health, dental and vision program
Paid leave in addition to school breaks
PERA Retirement benefits

Send interest and resume to