Mission: At KinderCare, our mission is clear: “It's about children," says CEO of KinderCare Education, Tom Wyatt. "We have an opportunity, starting with children in their most formative years, to really change their lives ...
KinderCare is honored to be one of Mogul’s Top 1,000 Companies Worldwide for Millennial Women in 2018!
Data show that kindergarten students who attended KinderCare Learning Centers are better prepared for first grade – in fact, on average, children enrolled at KinderCare were four months ahead of kindergarten students nationally.
KinderCare is setting the standard for early childhood education.
We lead the nation in accreditation, we're recognized as a Gallup great place to work, and we care for 161,000 children every day. Teachers are the heart of our work and we support them with world-class curriculum and training, opportunities for professional growth, and benefits that really matter.
Join a team that builds brighter futures for children and teachers—and love what you do.
This year, our parent company, KinderCare Education earned the coveted Gallup Great Workplace Award—and the honor belongs equally to the dedicated employees at KinderCare.
From lead teachers to field leaders, from center directors to cooks, our people are emotionally connected with each other and the work that they do. Together, we're building an organization that we all love being a part of—one provides a world class education to children and families.
Join our amazing team and love what you do, too! Meet two amazing KinderCare educators who are doing just that. (We promise, they'll make your day!)
Soft-spoken, creative, and laser-focused on literacy, Alisha Jackson is a real role model for early childhood educators. “I am being the change I wish to see in the lives of children,” she says. Watch and find out how she helps children find a love of books and reading.
When you have a personal passion, it can really shine in a classroom! “My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are. And that’s no small thing.
We're Raising the Standard in Early Childhood Education
Nationally, only 10% of early childhood education centers are accredited—nearly 100% of ours are. Why are we so committed? Because it’s the right thing to do for children. Accreditation means that every one of our 1,343 accredited centers has met rigorous standards of excellence, education, and care.
The Result? KinderCare Kids Are Ready for School
Our accredited centers, world-class curriculum, and talented teachers give children the strongest start imaginable. Research shows that by the 7th month of Kindergarten, KinderCare kids test at first-grade levels in both math and reading. In March of 2016, our kindergarteners’ reading skills were three months ahead of national norms—and they were about five months ahead in math. Simply put, we prepare kids for school success in kindergarten and for years to come.
What Makes a Teacher Great? The Art and Science of Hiring Top Teachers
Teachers are the heart of our business—that's why we look for the most talented people to care for and educate the children in our classrooms. How do we find them? We learned from our very best teachers what makes them great—and now we hire for those qualities.
A truly great teacher has a natural talent: Do you have passion, patience, a love for children... and their families, too?
Become a teacher—and love what you do.
At KinderCare, we believe that teaching talent is as important as experience: We're looking for warm, curious people who exude positivity and see the potential in others and in themselves. Interested in joining us? We’re building careers in early childhood education—find a team near you!
I have been working at Kindercare full-time (Less than a year)
Teaching at kindercare is one of the best jobs I’ve ever had. I’ve worked at other child care centers before and nothing compares to this place. It’s amazing.
There are no cons here
Advice to Management
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Kindercare.
Very poor communication skills from recruiter. Originally missed our scheduled phone interview. She then called me out of the blue 4 days later and requested an in person interview. She asked me to call back later that day. I called back and was followed by no response, instead an email stating they were no longer interested in interviewing me.
Very poor communication. Why would I want to work for a company that does this? No longer interested. Not even phased.