New Child Care Center to Open, Bring Jobs to Northern CambriaPosted on March 12, 2020
Johnstown, PA (March 11, 2020) –Are you looking for a career where you can make a positive difference for children and our community? The Learning Lamp is hiring for positions in early learning in Northern Cambria at a new child care center. The organization is partnering with Coal Country Hangout to remodel and reopen a center conveniently located at 1102 Maple Avenue. Applicants must have at least a high school diploma and a passion for working with children.
“Job seekers who are looking to start a career in early childhood education are encouraged to apply,” said Kayla Cobaugh, director of human resources at The Learning Lamp. “This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door at an organization that offers room to grow and great education benefits.”
If you are looking for an employer who will invest in you, The Learning Lamp is the place to start! In addition to providing high quality care for children, we’re creating opportunities for employees to earn degrees, build skills and advance their careers. If you have a high school diploma or a GED, you’re eligible to work in our early learning program and take classes toward earning a degree at no cost to you. Imagine earning a two- or four-year degree with no debt!
The Learning Lamp is a leading provider of early childhood education, child care, and before and after school programs. We offer competitive pay rates, flexible scheduling, professional development opportunities and opportunities for advancement. We also offer a generous child care benefit, which allows employees to bring their children to work with them.
All positions require clearances, a recent physical and TB test.For more information on job opportunities at The Learning Lamp, please call Kayla at 814-262-0732 extension 232, or visit us at thelearninglamp.org.
The Learning Lamp is a nonprofit organization with a mission to engage all children in the support they need to succeed. We deliver high quality programs that are affordable and accessible to families of all income levels. The Learning Lamp served 32,799 children and adults from 53 public school districts and 66 private schools and community organizations in 17 counties of Pennsylvania in 2018.
Our programs include: one-to-one tutoring; before/after school programs; portable classrooms aimed at building math and science skills; alternative education programs for at-risk students; evidence-based prevention programs; online learning and credit recovery; SAT preparation; educationally-focused child care; literacy-based preschool programs; and grant writing and project consulting for schools.