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Why Work For Us?
We’re driven by a mission
At the HILL, we believe literacy is foundational and crucial. That belief underscores all the work we do, from our facilitators in schools to our administrative staff to the team working on our HILL Online platform.
We’re making a difference
The HILL is an education nonprofit that helps teachers and administrators translate literacy research into meaningful practice. Our goal for every school we work with is long-term success, and our team of experts has the knowledge, experience, and insight to make that possible.
We’re all about growth
We work hard to foster a culture of growth internally with our staff as well as externally in our client schools. Recently, demand for our services has increased exponentially, leading to many exciting opportunities to join our vibrant team.
About the HILL
HILL for Literacy was founded in 2001 as the Hanson Initiative for Language and Literacy within the Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program at the MGH Institute of Health Professions; in 2010 the HILL reorganized and became an independent nonprofit. The HILL has worked with numerous schools and districts nationwide, helping them transform into efficient, systemic platforms for literacy excellence. We start at the top and build leadership teams, provide a guided curriculum review process, train teachers and reading personnel, introduce evaluation methodologies, and provide support throughout the process to ensure success. We are dedicated to bringing our clients the best and latest in evidence-based literacy practices. As part of our commitment to research, we partner with the some of the premier education research centers in the country including the University of Oregon’s Center on Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the University of Connecticut’s Center for Behavioral Education & Research (CBER).
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HILL for Literacy’s policy is to ensure equal employment opportunities for all, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, or any other non-job-related characteristic. We view the principle of equal employment as a vital element in the employment process and as a hallmark of an organization that deeply values its employees.