The following opportunities are now available at For Love of Children. Please forward cover letter and resume to: For Love of Children, c/o Human Resources, 1763 Columbia Road NW, Washington, DC 20009, or Fax: 202-462-9280. Applicants are seen by appointment only. This listing is subject to additions, deletions, or other changes without notice.

The clients of For Love of Children have a reasonable right to expect that the services they receive are performed by persons who are free of the effects of drugs and alcohol. For Love of Children will test all individuals who have been offered employment for current substance use as part of its pre-employment physical process. In the event of a confirmed positive test result, the applicant will be rejected for consideration of employment.

For Love of Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


The FLOC Scholars Program serves students in grades 6-12 and beyond, helping them gain the skills needed to graduate from high school, pursue higher education, and succeed in college and career. Through weekly workshops, students are exposed to experiences, information, and activities that build leadership and persistence skills to help them progress through their educational journey and into a chosen career. In addition to workshop-based programming, students are supported by staff throughout their middle school, high school and postsecondary transitions. As students apply to and enter postsecondary education, the Scholars program continues to provide support and mentoring through regular check-in’s, distance learning seminars and professional development workshops during semester breaks.

Scholars Program Coordinator

Scholars Postsecondary Success Coordinator

FLOC’s largest program, The Neighborhood Tutoring Program (NTP), is an innovative one-on-one tutoring program that began in 1994 as a strategy to offer grades 1-12 students more than just homework help. NTP identifies and fills academic gaps for students by matching them one-on-one with trained tutors and using structured, research-proven curricula to ensure that students gain the fundamental reading and math skills they need to attain grade-level competency. At the same time, this model cultivates meaningful relationships between students and volunteers, while fostering an environment that builds students’ self-confidence and academic persistence.

Manager for the Neighborhood Tutoring Program


Thank you for your interest in careers at For Love of Children. There are currently no positions available at this location.