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Job Opportunities at HSLDA Online Academy

The Academy serves homeschool and private school students around the world through live, online classes. See what teacher and staff openings are available!
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Part-time High School Educational Consultant

HSLDA is looking for an experienced, passionate, and knowledgeable individual to join our team as a part-time high school consultant! Read more . . .
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Lead Front-end Web Developer

HSLDA is seeking a full-time, on-site lead front-end web developer. Read more about this position . . .
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Job Opportunities at ParentalRights.org

Our friends at PRO are currently searching for a Development & Communications Coordinator to join their dynamic team.
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Global Outreach Assistant

Home School Legal Defense Association is looking for a resourceful, articulate, and team-oriented Legal Assistant to join our team!
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Part-time Donor Relations Specialist

HSLDA is looking for a part-time Donor Relations Specialist (DRS) to help build a stronger development team.
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Salesforce Lightning Community (Experience Cloud) Developer

HSLDA’s technology department is looking for an IT professional who can participate in the development of our Salesforce Lightning Community. Learn more!
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Salesforce Administrator

HSLDA’s Technology department is looking for an IT professional to work as a Salesforce Administrator. Learn more!
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Bilingual Editor

HSLDA is looking for a highly creative Graphic and Web Designer to join our team.
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Receptionist/Customer Service Representative (CSR)

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Trouble with Getting Jobs, Diplomas, Driver’s Licenses? Call Amy!

HSLDA’s newest attorney reflects on the victories she’s already won for homeschool families—and how it makes her love her job.
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Federal Job Corps Rejects Homeschool Grad’s Diploma

An official at a government jobs program didn’t want to enroll a qualified graduate for college-level instruction because he believed his diploma was illegal. But his mom, a second-generation homeschooler, knew to call HSLDA.
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