ASCD empowers educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Comprising 77,000 members—superintendents, principals, teachers, and advocates from more than 127 countries—the ASCD community also includes 67 affiliate organizations.
Our diverse, nonpartisan membership is our greatest strength, projecting a powerful, unified voice to decision-makers around the world.
ASCD's Core Values
- Caring: We appreciate differences in people and thoughts. We demonstrate integrity, decency, humanity, honesty, and good faith in all our interactions.
- Courageous: We are bold and unafraid to share new and non-traditional ideas. We are strong enough to debate professionally for or against a position about which we are passionate. We are brave enough to hold one another accountable for our focus on ASCD's priorities, commitments, excellence, and mission.
- Creative: We think and act creatively with a focus on relevance. We embody a collaborative spirit that moves us beyond organizational boundaries and thinking. We lead each other to transformative ideas and solutions.
Our employees are our greatest asset. We have approximately 120 employees working within our five divisions: Executive, Finance and Business Services, Impact, Engagement, and Digital. Our talented, knowledgeable, and dedicated workforce produces exciting work every single day. ASCD provides excellent benefits and an energizing environment that fosters employee engagement, skills development, and career growth. We work in a state-of-the-art facility near the established Winkler Botanic Preserve in Alexandria, VA. We invite you to join us. How could you fit in?
ASCD provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or veteran status (including reservists and National Guard), in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.
ASCD is embarking on an ambitious journey to re-establish its place as the leading provider of quality content for educators in a digital world. Success on this journey will require leveraging data as a strategic asset across the organization. As a data strategist, you will be an instrumental part of constructing the data ecosystem that enables teams across ASCD to succeed.
ASCD is embarking on an ambitious journey to re-establish its place as the leading provider of quality content for educators in a digital world. Success on this journey will require the development of user-centered applications to deliver the quality content ASCD is known for. As a developer, you will be an instrumental part of building these tools.
Working closely with the applications team, you will be building a set of applications used by hundreds of thousands of educators around the world.
The Email Marketing Specialist will be responsible for the successful production, management, and deployment of outbound email campaigns, managing contact lists and suggesting segmentation strategies, and providing guidance in email best practices to stakeholders across the company.
The Customer Service Manager is responsible for managing the relationship with ASCD's third-party customer service provider and managing any customer service staff directly employed by ASCD. The incumbent will ensure efficient and effective operations of the overall customer service experience through courteous and accurate customer service to the association's members, customers, constituents, affiliates, and staff. They are responsible for unit productivity, associate relations, quality measures, and meeting or exceeding service level agreements.
This position provides support to ASCD's projects and programs, allowing them to develop, launch, and run successfully and effectively. You will work with colleagues across the organization and our network to scope, plan, and execute projects. This position has the responsibility for the day-to-day management of a number of projects from our Digital Learning Products and Professional Learning Services departments.
The Superintendent in Residence, Leadership & Systems Development will be responsible for supporting and developing public school leaders to improve the quality of education for all students. The primary responsibility will be in mentoring and coaching superintendents and other district leaders through ASCD programs and services in the areas of leadership development and system-wide transformation and/or changes with an emphasis on curriculum, equity, SEL, ELL, and closing student achievement gaps. This role will work collaboratively with our ASCD Managing Director of Educator Success and our ASCD authors and faculty to ensure the content and structure of our leadership and system-wide implementations of change are aligned to the latest research and are meeting the needs of our districts and schools. Piloting new leadership services and system-wide implementations is a major responsibility within this role. This leader will spend time on our community platform engaging leaders across the country on current topics, events, and challenges. Internally, this role will be a critical subject matter expert resource for each of the departments across the organization in the areas of messaging, sales, state-wide initiatives, product development, membership and more, to drive revenue and meet educators' needs.