What We Look For
Matching Our Programs With the Right Candidates
Behavioral Health Services for Children and Families includes a Children and Adolescent Behavioral Health Center
and school-based Behavioral Health Service that serves students in more than 80 schools in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, Howard, and Cecil counties.
Candidates will possess a graduate degree in Social Work or Professional Counseling and be eligible for licensure in Maryland and enjoy working in an educational setting to ensure children receive necessary mental health services.
Family Life Education/ Treatment Foster Care Program serves foster care children with behavioral or emotional issues and results in several adoptions each year.
Candidates will possess a graduate degree in Social Work and be eligible for licensure in Maryland and be committed to working with families who provide for and support some of our most vulnerable children.
The Children’s Guild Special Education Schools in Baltimore, Prince George’s County, and Transformation Academy serve students from K-12 with emotional and behavioral disorders and/or are on the autism spectrum. Our schools provide learning and vocational opportunities to ensure students can live successful independent lives.
Candidates will be teachers who are certified in Special Education and wish to work at our Baltimore or Prince George’s County campuses. Our programs and teachers are supported by a team of related service professionals with licenses in Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy.
Monarch Academy Public Charter/Contract Schools and The Children’s Guild DC Public Charter School
serve students in Washington, D.C. and Anne Arundel County and provide students with real-life learning experiences, fostering character development and assuring success in a global 21st century world.
Candidates will be teachers who are certified by MSDE (for Maryland) and OSSE (for District of Columbia) for our Maryland and D.C. campuses. Our programs and teachers are supported by a team of related services professionals with licenses in Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy.