Early Education Hiring Event


We are seeking passionate educators to join our team!  

Learn about our Reggio Emilia curriculum | Classroom Tours | Light Refreshments and Prizes!

At Chicago Commons, we believe that every child deserves the best education, and we are dedicated to providing a nurturing and stimulating environment for their growth.  

On June 2 and June 9 from 12-5:30pm, we are hosting Open House Hiring Events where you can tour our facilities, meet our dedicated team, and interview on-site for available positions. We are hiring for several positions including Lead Teacher, Teacher Assistant, and Teacher Aide

During the event, we’ll provide you with a glimpse into our teaching philosophy and approach, showcasing how we foster a love for learning through play-based activities, student centered instruction, and a supportive classroom community. Not only will you learn about the rewarding benefits of being part of our team, but you’ll also have the chance to discover the growth opportunities we offer for professional development and advancement. 

We encourage you to bring your resume and any teaching materials you would like to share with us. Be prepared to engage in meaningful conversations and showcase your passion for early education. We look forward to meeting you and discussing how you can become a valued member of our team, shaping young minds and making a lasting impact on the future. 



Lead Teacher: Sign on Bonus $1,750

Assistant Teacher: Sign on Bonus $750

Teacher Aide: Sign on Bonus $500



Friday, June 2, 2023, 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Taylor Center for New Experiences

1633 N. Hamlin Ave, Chicago, IL 60647



Friday, June 9, 2023, 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Paulo Freire Family Center

1654 West 43rd Street, Chicago, IL 60609


Questions? Email Talent Acquisition Specialists:

José Limas-Lopez or Miriam Maldonado


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ABOUT Chicago Commons: For 129 years, Chicago Commons has empowered individuals, families, and communities to thrive across generations. With over 800 professionals and growing, Commons has a strong team of early childhood education teachers, family workers, home care aides, and other program staff working together to move children and families toward educational success, economic security, and health and well-being.

ABOUT OUR EARLY EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Chicago Commons is a leading provider of high-quality, comprehensive early childhood education using the Reggio Emilia approach for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. In collaboration with its delegate partners, Chicago Commons is now able to support learning and development for more than 1,750 children across 18 Chicagoland neighborhoods that have tremendous need for quality early learning opportunities coupled with access to supportive resources.