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Coach & Mentor

We invite you to join a diverse, talented, and passionate group of people. Our mission is to make learning fun for kids and develop social-emotional skills to support their mental health and physical well-being.

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About the role

Responsibilities you’ll take on as a coach and mentor with Elevo:

  • Work on-site with K-8 classes to teach physical education classes with a social-emotional learning curriculum.
  • Demonstrate, engage, and participate in games with students
  • Act as a positive and inspiring role model
  • Support and collaborate with school staff
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Benefits of working with Elevo

We understand how difficult it can be to find an impactful and fun entry-level job that pays well, gives you relevant experience, and fits into your busy schedule. That’s where Elevo comes in. As a coach you’ll have access to:

  • Competitive pay
  • Initial and continued paid training
  • Flexible schedule, working anywhere from 5 to 40 hours per week
  • Leadership development to become a capable and charismatic leader
  • Work experience in education, physical education, coaching, and child development
  • Growth opportunities for promotion within the company
  • Ability to mentor students and make a difference in their lives

Steps to becoming an Elevo coach

Apply Online
→ Phone Interview
→ Virtual Group Interview
→ Offer
→ Training

What current coaches have to say about working with Elevo:

"This is the best job I have ever had. I have learned so much from my regional manager, to my fellow coach trainers and coaches, and even the students themselves. Growth comes in all kinds of different forms but the important thing is that you never stop doing just that. This job challenges me daily to become a better person ‘on and off the field."
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Frequently Asked Questions

A: Elevo’s programs vary from school to school and district to district. Programs can be anywhere from 5 – 40 hours per week. 

A: At Elevo we work as a team! You may be assigned one school but you may also be required to travel between multiple schools close by in the district to help the team as needed. You will receive your schedule from your regional manager in advance and will be able to see your school assignments clearly.

A: Yes! Coaches who do well will be considered for promotion to site lead or coach trainer. Beyond that, there are Regional Manager and Operations Manager positions and other departments too, so there’s a lot of room to grow.

A: The first step is a phone interview with one of our Talent team members. If that goes well, you’ll be asked to participate in a group virtual interview. These sessions are 1 hour long and will give you an opportunity to show your personality and experience in a group setting. The next step after that is you will be invited to a  field training/interview session where you’ll learn our games and curriculum. Your employment with us will be contingent on your performance at the field training. We’re looking for energetic coaches who are excited for the opportunity to be a role model for our students so be prepared with lots of enthusiasm and ready to have fun!

A: We will assess you at our Field Training and send you your site assignment afterward.

A: Special Social Emotional Learning through physical activity integrated curriculum that our Elevo Curriculum team has created

A: We will try to accommodate, but it isn’t a guarantee.

District Staff & Partners

To book a meeting with a Director of District Partnerships, please select your school county below.

Meetings are not intended for prospective coaches. If you’re interested in working for us, please click here to visit our Careers page to view our current job openings.