We don’t offer jobs. We offer pathways to potential!
Starfish staffers are compassionate and caring. We have grit and drive. We are innovative and visionary. We have passion and purpose. We are a community of educators, social workers, behavior health specialists, administrators, partners, and clients who are committed to strengthening communities, empowering families, and creating brighter futures for children.
Every day at Starfish you’ll have a chance:
To positively impact a child’s or a parent’s life and future. To immerse yourself in challenging work with a regionally and nationally recognized human services agency. To be surrounded by supportive colleagues who foster an environment of cooperation and teamwork.
Exceptional Educators Wanted: Marygrove ECE Center
Starfish Family Services is now accepting applications for full-time, year-round Early Childhood Education teachers at the Marygrove ECE Center. We’re looking for educators who are fearless about jumping full-throttle into a pioneering systems-changing educational program that lays the foundation for little learners to flourish. We’re looking for educators who are dedicated to celebrating diversity and equity in the classroom. We may just be looking for YOU! Learn about qualifications and benefits and apply directly here.
Staffers Make Their Mark
There are no limits to what Starfish staffers can can achieve!
Carmen Price, Starfish Preschool Teacher, was featured in Chalkbeat’s series “How I Teach.” Chalkbeat is a nonprofit digital news organization that covers education policy and practice in major U.S. communities. “How I Teach” spotlights “great educators” and Carmen was recognized for her innovative virtual classroom strategies, dedication to connecting with parents, and inspiring fellow teachers during the pandemic. Read the article
- Carmen quote: “One of the things that inspires me . . . is realizing that everything I do with the children each day makes some sort of impact on their life. I may not see it in the classroom with them right now, but something that I’ve done is going to make a difference in their lives.”
Steve Hall, Starfish Nurse-Family Partnership Community Liaison, has been chosen by the NFP National Outreach Team to participate in an innovative new program, the ART and Expansion Team. This intensive mentorship program focuses on guiding staff towards mastery of outreach best practices, including customized hands-on practical training.
Lance Reed, Starfish Birth to Five Regional Manager, was selected as the council chair for The Council for NAEYC Accreditation of Early Learning Programs. The council was established by NAEYC’s Governing Board as an independent body, ensuring the equity, integrity, and accountability of NAEYC Accreditation of Early Learning Programs.