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Our Culture
About Us
Walk in to a LEARN4LIFE resource center, and you will feel the difference. No bells, no class clowns, and no drama.  We focus on providing a safe educational environment, so that students can focus on their studies.  Our students love the quiet, one-on-one attention they receive from their teacher mentors.  With resource centers located throughout California, thousands of students have chosen to succeed with LEARN4LIFE.

What Makes Us Differen
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Our students are what make us different.  Students come to LEARN4LIFE for a variety of reasons, with some facing extraordinary obstacles and challenges.  And every day, we witness these students break through those obstacles, find their voice, and set their sights on a better future.  It happens every day at LEARN4LIFE, and it can happen for you.

For more information, 
Watch this Video and visit us at http://Learn4Life.org.
Employee Benefits

At LEARN4LIFE, we are committed to providing quality and affordable benefits to our employees. We offer a comprehensive and flexible benefits program designed to meet the changing needs of our employees and their familites. Some of our benefits include:

  • Medical (PPO and HMO)
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Life Insurance
  • Accidental Death or Dismemberment (AD&D)
  • Long Term Disability (LTD)
  • Short Term Disability (STD)
  • Long Term Care (LTC)
  • Sick and Vacation Accruals
  • Eleven Holidays

LEARN4LIFE also provides:

  • 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with a generaous employer match
  • Supplemental Coverage: Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness and Short Term Disabilty
  • Employee Assistance Program (i.e. Financial, Legal and Emotional Counseling)
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Employee Discount Programs
  • Education Assistance Program

We are pleased to offer a web-based communication system, available to you 24/7, to help reduce the time spent selecting and changing your benefits.

At LEARN4LIFE, we are changing lives, for both our students, our employees and their families. For more information, visit us at http://learn4life.org.

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and Family/Medical Leave Compliant

Notice of Non-Discrimination

The Charter School/Organization prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying based on the actual or perceived characteristics of disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, national origin, ancestry, race or ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, immigration status, potential or actual parental, family or marital status, age, or association with an individual who has any of the aforementioned characteristics, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in the hiring process, the Charter School/Organization will provide you with upon notice.

Notice of Prohibited Unlawful Sexual Harassment

The Charter Schools/Organization is committed to providing a workplace/environment free of sexual harassment and considers such harassment to be a major offense, which may result in disciplinary action, up to, and including dismissal, of the offending employee/applicant.

Sexual harassment consists of sexual advances, request for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, regardless of whether or not the conduct is motivated by sexual desire, when: (1) submission to the conduct is either made explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s employment/potential employment; (2) an employment decision is based upon an individual’s acceptance or rejection of that conduct; and/or (3) that conduct interferes with an individual’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment.

It is also unlawful to retaliate in any way against an employee/applicant who has articulated a good faith concern about sexual harassment against him or her or against another individual. Each employee/applicant has the responsibility to maintain a workplace/environment free from any form of sexual harassment. Consequently, should any individual, in particular employees with supervisory responsibilities, become aware of any conduct that may constitute sexual harassment or other prohibited behavior, immediate action should be taken to address such conduct. Any employee/applicant who believes they have been sexually harassed or has witnessed sexual harassment is encouraged to immediately report such harassment to the People Services Division.

Sexual harassment may include, but is not limited to:
  • Physical assaults of a sexual nature, such as:
    • Rape, sexual battery, molestation or attempts to commit these assaults and
    • Intentional physical conduct that is sexual in nature, such as touching, pinching, patting, grabbing, brushing against another’s body, or poking another’s body.
  • Unwanted sexual advances, propositions or other sexual comments, such as:
    • Sexually oriented gestures, notices, remarks, jokes, or comments about a person’s sexuality or sexual experience.
    • Preferential treatment or promises of preferential treatment to an employee for submitting to sexual conduct, including soliciting or attempting to solicit any employee to engage in sexual activity for compensation or reward or disparate treatment for rejecting sexual conduct.
    • Subjecting or threats of subjecting an employee to unwelcome sexual attention or conduct or intentionally making performance of the employee’s job more difficult because of the employee’s sex.
  • Sexual or discriminatory displays or publications anywhere at the workplace by employees, such as:
    • Displaying pictures, cartoons, posters, calendars, graffiti, objections, promotional materials, reading materials, or other materials that are sexually suggestive, sexually demeaning or pornographic or bringing to work or possessing any such material to read, display or view at work;
    • Reading publicly or otherwise publicizing in the work environment materials that are in any way sexually revealing, sexually suggestive, sexually demeaning or pornographic; and
    • Displaying signs or other materials purporting to segregate an employee by sex in an area of the workplace (other than restrooms or similar rooms).

The illustrations of harassment and sexual harassment above are not to be construed as an all-inclusive list of prohibited acts under this policy. Moreover, please note that while in most situations a personal relationship is a private matter, these relationships are not appropriate in a professional setting, particularly where one of the parties has management or supervisory responsibilities. As such, consensual relationships in the workplace may violate Charter Schools/Organization policy.