Director of Early Childhood Education (Full-Time)

The director is responsible for developing and overseeing a comprehensive model of professional development for early childhood educators, care providers, and parents. The director will work closely with the CEO, ED, and an established team of educators at Lee Pesky Learning Center to scale our current training and coaching model (PK –3), as well as develop a comprehensive Birth – 5 model

Counselor (Full-Time)

Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) is seeking candidates for a full-time Counselor. This position is focused on one-to-one counseling. The counselor will work in cooperation with the services director, lead evaluator, and other staff members to support an integrated service delivery system for the Center’s clients. Qualified candidates must demonstrate initiative, flexibility, and the ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a growing interdisciplinary environment.

Advancement Director (Full-Time)

Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) is seeking candidates for a full-time Advancement Director. The Advancement Director is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive advancement program that 1) builds LPLC brand awareness, 2) communicates with a wide variety of stakeholders to advance our standing as a thought leader in the field of learning and learning differences, 3) engages and stewards donors, 4) includes foundation grant writing, 5) secures major gifts from corporations and individuals, and 6) supports building our endowment fund for long-term sustainability.

Listening Series Session 1

On Tuesday, July 14 LPLC kicked off its Creating Pathways to Learning for Everyone listening series. This series is being hosted and moderated by The Community Library of Ketchum, ID. During session one, Dr. Evelyn Johnson, LPLC CEO, and Dr. Jenny Emery Davidson, Executive Director of The Community Library, laid out the current landscape of…

LPLC to Kick-off Listening Series on Learning Challenges and the Opportunity Gap

School closures have widened the already existing opportunity gap in education. If we do not address these inequities full-on, there will be lifelong consequences for children who struggle.  Forecasts based on historical data from summer loss and previous school closures during natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina suggest that students will return to school this fall at about 65%…

LPLC Board Welcomes New Member

The Lee Pesky Learning Center Board of Directors is pleased to announce Mark Hamachek has joined the Board as its newest member. Mark is a resident of Seattle, Washington and is passionate about supporting students with learning and attention challenges. Mark is the founder of H Group, an advisory and new venture development firm as…