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  • We are passionate about education and increasing students’ options after graduation!
  • We support a flexible work-life balance.
  • We promote learning and professional development.
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Student Focused

Our organizational purpose is to increase opportunities for our students. Students are our reason, our why, and our purpose. We support student growth and believe all students can be successful.

Team Player

Dedicated to supporting students. We work within our teams to accomplish our goals and support other teams to accomplish theirs. We’re united in our purpose!

Motivated Learner

Our work environment is dynamic. To respond to changing needs, we need employees dedicated to learning, improving their skills, and becoming knowledgeable in new methods.


Our organization evolves and must innovate to keep abreast of new trends and priorities.

Self Starter

We value individuals who take initiative and are motivated to go above and beyond on their assignments.


Build your career at Austin Partners in Education!

Austin Partners in Education (APIE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving student college and career readiness through student-centric tutoring and mentoring programs.

With support from the Greater Texas Foundation, APIE has embarked on a three-year project designed to support the development of the P-TECH program at Akins Early College High School. The goals of the project are to help create a program model and framework, support the implementation of work-based learning experiences, and provide direct academic support to P-TECH students.

The Work-based Learning Specialist will be responsible for (1) facilitating and supporting the design and development of work-based learning activities in collaboration with project partners and (2) designing and developing supplemental academic support content and material for college-level P-TECH courses.

This is a unique opportunity to be part of a project that will contribute to the growing body of knowledge about effective P-TECH programs. The Work-Based Learning Specialist will report to APIE’s Associate Director and collaborate closely with the APIE P-TECH Program Research and Project Manager.

What you will do:
  • In collaboration with the Akins ECHS leadership team and industry partners, facilitate and support capacity-building efforts in the areas of work-based learning and academic support for the Akins ECHS P-TECH programs
  • Collaborate with industry representatives to design and execute work-based learning experiences, including developing and documenting learning objectives, student outcomes, and operational details for career mentoring, facility visits, guest speakers, presentations, job shadowing, internships, etc.
  • Create resources to support the development of work-based learning experiences, such as lesson plans and student pre and post-learning activities
  • Lead the development of supplemental instructional content and strategies to provide students academic support for P-TECH program college-level courses
  • Use promising practices and work-based learning frameworks to guide program development
  • Develop processes for collecting student feedback to inform the design of student engagement strategies
  • Serve as the primary contact for campus staff and industry partner representatives
  • Coordinate the logistics of work-based learning activities and career mentoring activities
  • Support industry partner/s with recruiting mentors
  • Assist in training and supporting mentors
  • Support student recruitment and outreach efforts at feeder middle schools
  • Track and document student participation
  • Provide consistent and timely communication to APIE leadership and school administration
  • Provide recommendations for future program implementation
Who you are:
  • You believe deeply in the role of education in driving economic mobility and believe all students should have equal educational opportunities.
  • You have strong interpersonal skills in the areas of collaboration, creative problem-solving, conflict resolution, collaborative planning, and decision-making processes
  • You are a strategic thinker and can develop activities that support both the career and mentorship program
  • You have strong leadership skills with an ability to foster and grow relationships with teachers, campus administrators, industry partners, and students; you demonstrate knowledge and practice good judgment in matters dealing with school and student relations
  • You have three years of experience in education or education-related nonprofit and have a Bachelor’s Degree in education or a related field
  • You have educational training/background in secondary education and experience working with socio-economically and ethnically diverse student populations
  • You have a background in instruction or have expertise in instructional content creation
  • You have effective oral and written communication skills and can deliver information in a clear, concise, and logical manner through face-to-face presentations and written communication
  • You have strong organizational skills and will deliver on commitments to partners
  • You can adapt quickly to changing environments and expectations, maintain composure working in stressful situations or unpredictable environments, and can make decisions with limited information
  • You’re confident making decisions independently and can work with minimal supervision
  • You can interpret and leverage data to make sound program decisions
  • You are proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • You can communicate program vision, goal, and progress effectively to various stakeholders and can facilitate working groups and build consensus
  • You exhibit strong initiative and demonstrate a growth mindset and a willingness to take in new information and perspectives to inform your work; you are comfortable working iteratively
Equal Employment Opportunity

The Organization is committed to equal employment opportunity. Our policy is to recruit, hire, train, promote, evaluate and reward employees for their individual abilities, achievements and experience without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, sex, genetic information, sexual orientation or other legally protected status. The Organization will make every effort to ensure that both the letter and spirit of laws prohibiting employment discrimination are fully implemented.

Please email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to

Internships & Work-Study Opportunities

Are you a college student interested in gaining nonprofit experience? Then you could be a great fit for APIE! Internships and work-study opportunities support our programs and administrative departments. Apply for an internship or work-study opportunity and grow your skills today!

There are no internship or work-study opportunities at this time.