Work Sites


Grace-on-the-Hill has worksites that fall in two general categories: 


St. Andrew's School

A K-5 elementary school in Oregon Hill with a long-standing mission to educate students of limited financial resources.  One of the oldest among a small number of tuition-free schools in the country, St. Andrew's serves about 96 students through a balanced academic, social, and spiritual experience, shaped by the Episcopal tradition and inspired by Christian faith. The school's founder was visionary philanthropist Grace Arents.

St. Andrew's School Job Description

Anna Julia Cooper School

Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School 

An independent, tuition-free, faith-based middle school for students of limited resources primarily from Richmond's East End neighborhood. Through a program focused on academic, social, and spiritual development, AJCES helps students set their sights on college and responsible citizenship. 

Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School Job Description

The Diocese of Virginia

With its headquarters in downtown Richmond, the Diocese is an organization that provides both oversight and extensive resources to the nearly 200 churches within its scope. Tracing its roots back to Jamestown, it is one of the oldest member dioceses of the Episcopal Church.

The Diocese of Virginia Job Description 



St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

St. Andrew's is an Episcopal Church located in the Oregon Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. Like our neighborhood, we are eclectic and creative, fun and a little edgy. We enjoy being together as we seek (and struggle) to live in meaningful and life-changing ways. Each of us here has experienced God’s abundant love through this community in a variety of ways and we like sharing this experience with others, whether they’re in our community once, or visit for a short time, or make this their church home.

St. Andrew's Church Job Description 

Past Worksites


Blue Sky Fund

A non-profit, Richmond VA based organization providing various outdoor, experiential education opportunities for Richmond City Public School students living in under resourced neighborhoods and homes. Offering school-based, after-school, weekend and summer programs that educate and mentor young people through outdoor adventure and experiential science encounters Blue Sky Fund seeks to offer access to as many educational opportunities as possible. 


The READ Center’s mission is to help adults with low-level literacy develop basic reading and communication skills so they can fulfill their roles as citizens, workers, and family members. This mission is accomplished by providing classroom instruction, one-to-one tutoring, an adult literary curriculum and educational resources to support students.