Employment at STEM

STEM Residency Program

The STEM Residency Program is a year-long experience that coincides with our school-year calendar. The program is designed to meet and exceed two semesters of University-field requirements, which include a Spring semester of traditional-student teaching. We have opportunities for teaching candidates across grades K-12, in core and traditional subjects, and in STEM-specific classrooms.

External Applicant Process

STEP 1: If you are interested in applying for a position, please click here.
STEP 2: Please submit the following to careers@stemk12.org.
  • Application Note, you will need to download this application form, fill it in and save it locally to your computer, then return it via email with the following items:
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Transcripts
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • References

Have questions about what it's like to teach at STEM?

You can reach out directly (via email) to some of our staff.

Internal Applicant Process

If you’re an internal applicant, please submit the following to careers@stemk12.org with the subject line “INTERNAL APPLICANT”.

  • Cover Letter
  • Updated Resume
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • References

Why Work at STEM?

Each year we take part in the Teaching and Learning Conditions Colorado (TLCC) Survey through the Colorado Department of Education. Below are some of the areas of strength from the survey in the Spring of 2020.

Classroom Support
93% of New Teachers agree that they have instructional and classroom support.
Student Focus
86% of School Faculty believe their work is guided by a Shared Vision that is student focused.
Safety & Security
96% agree that STEM is a Safe Place for students to learn and 92% believe it is a Safe Place to work.
88% believe that Teachers have Leadership Opportunities at STEM
Support Resources
81% believe that all Teachers receive Ongoing Support and Coaching to improve their practice.
Student Learning
93% would recommend STEM as good place for Students to Learn.
84% report a process in place for Collaborative Problem Solving.
Cultural Viewpoints
87% believe that STEM instruction encourages Different Cultural Viewpoints.
94% of STEM teachers feel supported to try new Instructional Strategies.
School Support
94% believe the broader community is Supportive of the School.