The Critical Path Learning Center (CPLC) is an educational commons and stigma-free space devoted to the intersection of health and literacy for the digital age that nurtures life-long learning through meaningful, relevant, non-judgmental education and resources for all people in our community, including people living with HIV, hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. Our core programs include a health resources library, technology access and training, adult education, employment resources, and hospitality services.
The Learning Commons Supervisor will oversee the public access space of the Critical Path Learning Center (CPLC) including providing an empowering and stigma-free space for the community, ensuring all participants have access to the resources they need. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in public services and community health librarianship. They will thrive in fast-paced community settings and provide strong leadership for a diverse team of other librarians and support service providers. Interested candidates should apply here.
The Adult Education Supervisor will be responsible for overseeing the instructional offerings of the Critical Path Learning Center including: adult basic education, high school equivalency/GED prep, and digital literacy trainings. The ideal candidate will have proven experience providing high quality adult education and innovative ideas about the role of technology in the in adult education classroom. We are looking for someone with extensive experience providing services for vulnerable populations. Interested candidates should apply here.