When you work at Success, you’ll be joining a supportive community that helps you thrive in many different ways.
Accelerate your career
You’ll receive world-class training, unparalleled resources and support, and the chance to expand your responsibilities, allowing you to hone your skills, take professional risks, and seize the many opportunities we offer for career growth and advancement.
A springboard for growth
Our staff members have accelerated opportunities for career advancement in instructional and school leadership, as well as pathways into curriculum development, training, and more. SA teachers also have the opportunity to pursue a free master's degree.
A career path with options
One of the most exciting parts of joining SA is the options it affords you. After 2-3 years you have a few career paths available to you.
Stay in the classroom
We believe that teaching is incredibly rewarding. If you find that you love teaching, you can continue in the classroom, and help to train incoming teachers at SA as a grade team lead.
We prefer to promote from within our own ranks. Our rising Assistant Principal and School Leader programs help teachers transition from running a classroom to running a school.
Join the network office
For teachers who are interested in curriculum, or the business of education there are available roles at the network that provide a pathway from the schools into the broader education industry
Transfer your skills
Teaching provides transferable skills like how to present information, conflict management, data analysis, and leadership experience that make our teachers in demand with employers from other industries.
I love all of the professional development SA offers and the opportunities for growth. It is great to be part of a community that encourages students, teachers, and leadership alike to be curious and consistently push themselves to be their best.
Grade 6 Math Teacher SA Midtown West
Success Academy has empowered me to grow in skills that will prepare me to achieve my career goals for years to come. What is most distinctive about working here is the deep investment leadership has in me — this organization has allowed me to blossom as a young professional.
Assessment Associate, SA Bensonhurst
In my three years as Assistant Principal, I changed a lot as a leader and manager. I got regular feedback from my senior leader, who pushed me to do my best work every day. The combination of consistent feedback and ongoing professional development helped me become a more decisive and confident leader.
Principal, SA Hell’s Kitchen
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Karina Mateo joined Success Academy in 2016 as a STEM teacher at SA Bronx 2 Middle School. She advanced to the role of math content lead and then assistant principal. In 2019, Karina joined the High School of the Liberal Arts–Manhattan’s leadership team as an associate dean and then dean of academics.
Dean of Academics
High School of the Liberal Arts, Manhattan
Chris Hall joined Success Academy in 2016 as a middle school STEM teacher. He advanced through the role of grade-team lead and assistant principal, and in 2021, became the school principal at SA Rosedale in Queens.
SA Rosedale, Queens
Amanda joined SA as a middle school history teacher. After advancing through the roles of history labsite teacher for middle and then high school, she moved to the Network office as program manager of history instruction, where she leads training for high school history teachers across our network of schools.
Program Manager of History Instruction
Originally an office coordinator at an SA middle school in 2014, Shanice advanced to school building operations manager before being promoted to regional operations manager at the Network office, where she oversees operations at seven Success Academy schools.
Join our talent community
We will notify you about relevant positions, and keep you in mind whenever we have interesting opportunities.