Be Noble. Be a Social Worker at Noble Street College Prep.
Noble Street College Prep is the original campus of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Since 1999, Noble street students have been coming to 1010 N. Noble Street from all over Chicago ready to work hard and go on to college. Noble Street College prep is a thoughtful, intentional community of hard working teachers and students formed around the values of scholarship, discipline, and honor,
Noble believes that all students have the right to an excellent education; our social workers are crucial in ensuring all of our diverse learners have success in academics and in life. Social workers provide support for our students and act as guides in their social, emotional, and mental health. Noble social workers identify those students who need extra support, advocate and develop improvement plans, research and refer students to community resources, and work with/liaise with the students’ teacher, administration, and family.
Type 73 and MSW is required.
MSW and Type 75 for School Social Work
A History of Personal Achievement
Belief That All Students, Regardless of Background and Current Ability, Can Succeed In High School, College, and Life
Belief In Noble’s Approach To High Expectations
The Noble Network of Charter Schools Is An Equal Opportunity Employer
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis
Additional Salary Information: All full time employees are eligible for benefits.
About Noble Network of Charter Schools
Noble is Chicago’s highest-performing and largest network of public charter high schools. Noble opened in 1999 with the mission of preparing low income students with the scholarship, discipline, and honor necessary to succeed in college and lead exemplary lives, and to serve as a catalyst for education reform in Chicago. By making college a reality for our students, Noble is committed to changing the trajectory of the lives of our students and impacting their families for generations to come. Noble’s 17 campuses currently serve over 10,000 students, of whom 98% are minority and 89% are low-income. One hundred percent of Noble students are accepted into college and over 90% choose to enroll, resulting in over 5,000 Noble alumni who have received or are currently pursuing a college degree.