Match Corps

Match Education

About the organization

The Match Charter Public School is a nationally recognized, high-performing school that serves low-income students in Boston. The school has four campuses: Match Community Day, Match Next, Match Middle School, and Match High School, cumulatively serving grades Pre-K through 12. Our mission is to prepare ALL of our students to succeed in college and beyond. Many of our students arrive to our school several grade levels behind. We believe that with great teachers, tutors, and staff, as well as quality instruction and uncompromising expectations, these students can and will succeed. Our work is done through a combination of innovation, drive, and an emphasis on relationship building with students and their families.


1. Provide intensive, small group tutoring to students in grades 4-10 in Math during a school block
2. Build in-depth relationships that transcend tutorial boundaries with students, acting as mentors and helping them achieve goals.
3. Collect and analyze data surrounding student performance. Use data to inform decisions regarding how best to support student achievement.
4. Engage parents and/or guardians through regular communication regarding student growth and challenges.
5. Serve as a contributing member of the school team to advance the success of all students.
6. Support activities and celebrations that enrich the school culture and community.
7. Promote a spirit of service within the school and broader community.


-Bachelor’s degree (all majors accepted and encouraged to apply)
-Dedicated to constantly improving
-Strong communication and writing skills
-Relentless work ethic
-Committed to spending a year working with students in an exciting, fast-paced school setting
-Previous experience working with urban youth preferred but not required
-U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident status

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Note: Instead of submitting a cover letter, we ask applicants to thoughtfully answer a few short answer questions found in the application link

Additional Benefits:
-$17,000 living allowance (which is subject to applicable withholdings and deductions) over the complete term of service with the school
-Loan forbearance on qualified loans
-Segal Education Award from the National Service Trust applicable toward eligible post-secondary institution costs and qualified student loans
-Health insurance and retirement benefits
-Subsidized housing with other Corps members (optional, and offered on a first-come, first serve basis)
-Ongoing professional development and support with post-Match Corps transition
-Experience at a nationally recognized organization

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