Join a corps of changemakers dedicated to building a better North Carolina.

Be a tutor, mentor, or contact tracer. Earn a living wage supporting students and the schools that serve them.

Support Students
Elevate Potential
Launch Futures

North Carolina Schools Face A Covid Crisis

Covid-19 has disrupted K-12 education across our state. Students are feeling disengaged learning from home. Many are caring for younger siblings or working to make ends meet for their families. Some students and teachers need help using technology effectively for remote education. Social and emotional challenges, racial and technological disparities, and economic instability are plaguing students’ ability to thrive.

You can make a difference addressing these challenges.

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Our Communities Need Your Help

Our call to action is simple: Help us tackle the most pressing needs of our schools across the state. Work with an inspiring group of North Carolinians who also see themselves as part of the solution.

Our inaugural corps members trained and deployed to begin service in early January 2021.

Job Creation Meets Crisis Relief

NC Education Corps is a joint project of the North Carolina State Board of Education, the governor’s office, and local school districts. We match compassionate and entrepreneurial leaders with opportunities to make a meaningful impact in the lives of K-12 students across the state.

We seek to activate community-minded changemakers to span the education divide, supporting NC students who need it the most. Join us.

Our vision:
A North Carolina Where All Students Have The Support They Need To Thrive.

Work that changes lives

Corps members commit up to five months of paid service. Their roles have been designed to meet the needs of the local school and utilize the skill sets of the particular corps member. In general superintendents are requesting help tutoring, counseling, navigating technology, coordinating volunteer services, and more.

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Living Wage:
all corps members will be compensated for their valuable time serving students and school districts.

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Part-Time:
opportunities vary based on school need. Our current needs are for those who can commit 20-30 hours/week. 

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In-Person and Remote:
each school has different needs with many needing in-person and remote support. Strong applicants are able to adapt to the school needs.

Download Job Descriptions
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Partners Making This Possible

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North Carolina Education Corps is also working in collaboration with public school units across the state to ensure all students have the support they need to thrive.

Join The Movement

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Recruit

(February)
Complete our simple application by 2/20. Our team will review all applications and notify selected corps members by mid-March.

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Train

(April)
We will equip you to serve NC students. We’ll provide high-impact online training and community-building with other corps members.

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Deploy

(April)
We will match you with the school and position that best fits your skills and interests. You will commit to four months of life-changing service.

Where Our Inaugural Class Is Serving

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Tier 1 (most economically distressed)

  • Clinton City Schools
  • Cumberland County Schools
  • Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools
  • Halifax County Schools
  • Jones County Public Schools
  • Perquimans County Schools
  • Pitt County Schools
  • Vance County Schools
  • Weldon City Schools

Tier 2

  • Ashe County Schools
  • Granville County Schools
  • Mount Airy City Schools
  • Newton-Conover City Schools
  • Hickory City Schools
  • Person County Schools
  • Lexington City Schools
  • Stanly County Schools
  • Winston-Salem / Forsyth County Schools

Tier 3 (least economically distressed)

  • Durham Public Schools
  • Wake County Public School System
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools