Join us in the effort to upgrade the Internet infrastructure in all of America’s K–12 schools. With your help, we can accomplish our mission by 2020.
Marketing & CommunicationsOutreach Coordinator »
Outreach coordinators are primarily responsible for developing and executing state-specific marketing and communications campaigns that will motivate school districts to participate in our programs.
Strategy & AnalysisAnalyst »
Analysts are responsible for providing insightful, rigorously-validated, and repeatable solutions to the strategic problems that EducationSuperHighway is attempting to tackle at a national, state, and district level.Data Quality Specialist »
The Data Quality Specialist is responsible for the data collection & categorization required to help states understand the role they play in bringing broadband access to their K-12 public schools.
District ProgramsDistrict Consultant »
The district consultant will work as part of a consulting project team tasked with managing our efforts to connect districts that do not currently have access to high speed broadband services.District Network Engineer/Consultant »
The District Network Consultant is at the heart of our mission: your technical expertise is what will make it possible to upgrade the Internet infrastructure of school districts.Senior District Consultant »
The leader and project manager of a consulting team tasked with managing EducationSuperHighway’s efforts to connect districts that do not currently have access to high speed broadband services.
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