Stoler Early Learning Center at the JCC of Greater Baltimore

Stoler Early Learning Center at the JCC of Greater Baltimore

About Us

Inspired by the work we do every day, the JCC is an organization centered by Jewish values and focused on creating meaningful experiences and opportunities to enrich, connect, and positively impact our community. 

We pride ourselves on our inclusive and welcoming workplace and celebrate the diversity of our employees. We value all members of our team in a supportive environment in which everyone is treated with appreciation and respect and positioned to do their best work every day.


The Stoler Early Learning Center is located at the JCC of Greater Baltimore’s Rosenbloom Owings Mills Campus. We serve 200 children from the ages of 6 weeks through kindergarten. It is our belief that each child is unique and we strive to partner with families to address their strengths, needs, and interests in a comprehensive, child-centered approach. 

Our educators have the qualifications, knowledge, and professional commitment needed to promote children’s development and support families.  Our program is designed to enhance the development of each child as they grow to become creative, resilient, and confident thinkers by learning through exploration of the world around them and play. Our school is working towards living and breathing a constructivist inspired philosophy and embracing a spirit of innovation and experimentation to create a caring community of learners.

We are currently seeking energetic, enthusiastic, dedicated, creative, and passionate educators who are committed to furthering their education and joining their students on their journey of social/emotional and educational growth. Our team prides ourselves on providing high quality education and care that reflects the goals and values of J Early Childhood. Lead Teachers are responsible for monitoring the development and learning of the children.  The ideal candidate enjoys working with children as they inquire about the world, nourish their innate sense of wonder, encourage imagination, build their self-esteem, and create “edu-speriences” (hands-on, engaging, educational experiences) by developing, implementing, and reflecting upon their class community.  The ideal candidate has a strong understanding of child development, a willingness to ‘wonder,’ and an excitement for learning.