We look for talented people who are deeply rooted in their communities and fiercely determined to help families achieve their goals.


We offer a competitive compensation package and the possibility of an annual, performance-based bonus. Full-time employees also are eligible for our comprehensive benefits plan, including:

  • Premium health, dental and vision insurance for you and your family
  • Optional additional insurance coverage through Justworks
  • Four weeks paid time off each year
  • Betterment 401(k) retirement savings plan with employer matching
  • Home office setup allowance for eligible employees

Grow With Us

You’ll also have the opportunity to shape a rapidly growing, entrepreneurial nonprofit with:

  • A diverse team of talented, mission-driven colleagues
  • An ironclad commitment to improving educational and economic opportunity for working families nationwide
  • An inclusive, performance-focused culture that values hard work, innovation and creativity
  • A flexible, virtual office environment
  • A veteran leadership team committed to staff development and advancement

Get to Know Navigator Briana Casey

A first generation college graduate, Briana specializes in special education and private school access. She’s also our resident ice hockey captain.

Meet Briana

Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

We honor our differences. At EdNavigator, we believe diversity makes us a stronger organization. We acknowledge, value, and leverage the different backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, and talents that each of us brings to our work together. We strive to build a team that reflects the families and communities we support.

We champion equity, internally and externally. EdNavigator’s work is rooted in the goal of increasing equity in educational opportunity and outcomes. We align our policies, practices, strategies, and resources to advance this goal and ensure that EdNavigator employees of every race, ethnicity, social background, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, and national origin have genuine opportunities to thrive.

We cultivate an open, connected, and inclusive culture. Individually and together, we strive to create an inclusive culture that welcomes all voices and inspires us to be our authentic selves, try new things, speak openly, and be bold. We recognize this as an ongoing and collective endeavor and regularly reflect on and improve the practices, behaviors, and ways of working that shape this culture.