“I believe two of the most important skills you can give to a student with special needs is the ability to be a self starter and the skills of establishing and maintaining healthy relationships. During my time at CLU, these things were highly emphasized in my classroom as well as in the others.  I also felt there was a great deal of support and training for the staff and it was a very collaborative environment to work in.  I truly believe that working at CLU was such an amazing growth experience for me and my career, and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work there!”

–     J. Lopez (former Lower School teacher)


Our small community of professionals is grounded in interdisciplinary collaboration and brings together educators, physicians, psychologists, speech and language specialists and other experienced professionals in the service of our students and their families.

  • Teacher applicants must have a California teaching credential as well as a Preliminary, or Level I, Education Specialist Instruction Credential with either a 1) Mild/Moderate or 2) Moderate/Severe specialty area.  Applicants with AASE authorization(s) are preferred.
  • Paraprofessional applicants must have a degree and/or experience in a field that relates to the progress of our students (i.e., teaching, psychology, sociology or occupational therapy).

All new members of our team are expected to study and apply CLU’s model of supporting each student’s growth through relationship-based interventions.

The Center for Learning Unlimited is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive total rewards package to all employees that includes: vacation and/or personal time off, 401k, continuing education opportunities, and health, dental and eye insurance.

If you are interested in joining our collaborative, interdisciplinary team and working with children who have complex learning differences, please email your resume to