Reasoning Mind wants kids to "love their math class so much, they do math problems at home instead of playing video games" and they need Program Coordinators.

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I don’t know where they were when I was looking for a math related non-profit for Pi Day, but I was excited to learn about Reasoning Mind through a Facebook message from George Khachatryan that asked me to help them get the word out about their entry level positions. We’ll get to those in a second, but first let’s talk about what Reasoning Mind is. It’s a Houston, TX based non-profit (with offices in Dallas, San Antonio, and Moscow Russia too) that is offering “an engaging online community that develops students’ math knowledge and thinking skills” so that every child can receive “a first-rate math education.” They’re already working in quite a few schools in Texas, California, Louisiana, West Virginia, and Tennessee, and they also offer individual enrollment over the web. Reasoning Mind seems to be a family affair, as the President & CEO and the Vice President also happen to be Khachatryans.

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Reasoning Mind wants you to “imagine a day when children love their math class so much, they do math problems at home instead of playing video games.” That’s a lofty goal, but they’ve created what they call RM City to make it happen. It looks like an awesome web interface that might remind kids of Club Penguin or Webkinz World. I wish I had RM City when I was a kid. So, what about their jobs? According to George, they’re looking to fill 15 Program Coordinator positions by this summer. Most positions are expected to be in cities across Texas, but that may change depending on where Reasoning Mind is able to initiate new partnerships. The job posting is fantastic, and it even has a picture of the hiring manager – Steve Gaudino – and his title at the top, so you know whom you’re going to be working for. I’ve never seen that before, and I love it.

Program Coordinators are responsible for supporting dozens of teachers and their students who are using the Reasoning Mind program by “visiting schools, meeting with teachers to provide training and support, monitoring the progress of students, and working with principals and other school staff.” It sounds like an awesome job, so check out the job description and apply (the application form is on the job description page) by February 15th or March 15th if you’d like to start in the summer.

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One response to “Reasoning Mind”

  1. George Khachatryan says:

    Thanks for posting about us, Willy!

    I also wanted to add that you don’t have to be a math major to apply. The math in our program is just elementary and middle school math, so the main things needed for being a good Program Coordinator are people skills and dedication. It doesn’t matter at all what your major was.

    If anyone has questions about the job, just email me (gak@reasoningmind.org) or Steven (the director of the department hiring Program Coordinators — sjg@reasoningmind.org).

    And good luck to everyone on your job search. :)

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