1) How do I apply to jobs?
The first step to applying for a job at COA is to select the school you are interested in.
2) Can I visit the school and hand in my resume?
As all applicants must go through our screening process, completing the online application is the best way to apply
for a position at COA.
3) I have applied for a position on the careers page, now what should I do?
After your application has been completed, you will receive an email acknowledging its receipt. A recruitment specialist will carefully review your application and contact you directly if your qualifications match the particular job. If we are unable to identify you as a match for our open position, you will not receive further contact from us. Feel free to check back in the future for other opportunities.
4) What benefits does Children of America offer their employees?
Our employees’ well-being is one of our top priorities. Our industry-leading benefits include: health, dental, and vision insurance; 401(k) retirement savings; perks at work; paid time off; and discount programs for purchasing everything from pet insurance to movie tickets!
In 2019, we launched our COA Child Development Associate (CDA) Program that enables our full-time center-based employees to complete their Early Childhood Education college degree FREE with zero out-of-pocket expenses. Classes will be taken as a self-study online through our partner CCEI at no cost to the employee. Additional tuition assistance is available for career-related college coursework that is not covered by the CDA Child Development program.
5) What is Children of America (COA)?
COA is a premiere educational preschool enterprise, trusted by families around the country for safe, academically-driven early education company that responds to the specific needs of working families. For more than 20 years, Children of America stands as the leader in the childcare industry by providing a comprehensive roster of services and proprietary programming employing a unique level of market intelligence.
Children of America operates facilities throughout Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. The company expansion plans include several locations in the TX, FL, SC areas over the next two (2) years. COA offers the highest level of care for children ages six weeks to twelve years of age. The premier programs include infant care, toddler care, nationally renowned preschool and
pre-kindergarten programs, before-and-after school care, and summer camp.
6) Why should I work at Children of America?
As a lead teacher or assistant teacher in one of our child care centers, you’ll work alongside people who share your passion for changing lives, in a place where you get to be you. Together, you will launch a lifetime love of learning for children and support their families throughout their amazing first years. Children of America will be there to support your career dreams – whether that be a college degree through or growing into a center leadership role. We have big plans
for you. Come build the future with us. Search for positions near you.