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'18-19 Neighborhood House, After-school Program AC Member
 
 
 
The Neighborhood House Youth Tutoring and Resource Centers specialize in providing quality afterschool programming for students aged K-12th grade. The program curriculum is designed to improve the students' skills, academically and socially, while also providing a fun, community environment where the students feel supported. The NH tutoring staff place high importance on incorporating student feedback when planning program activities. We believe that youth should have a voice in the types of services and experiences available to them. Program hours take place Monday through Thursday, in the late afternoon/early evening times. Members and tutoring staff spend the rest of their time creating program curriculum, performing community outreach, making connections with local schools and families, exploring community partnerships and planning field trips and/or activities for the students that will enrich their overall learning experience. Each center is run with a team approach, where staff and members collaborate closely together to design and manage all aspects of programming. The member in this position will serve with an AmeriCorps team, consisting of seven other members. Each team member has an AmeriCorps site partner, and a full-time on-site supervisor who can provide ongoing training and support, while providing crucial assistance to underrepresented youth. Service sites are located in highly diverse communities, where families come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. There are three communities- Seola Gardens in South Seattle/White Center, Burndale Homes in North Auburn, and Firwood Circle in South Auburn. This position is contingent on funding.
 
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Member Duties : Members will be responsible for providing 1-on-1, big, and small group academic support to youth aged K-12th grade. Lessons created by members will be focused on the 4 main areas of direct service: homework/academics, project-based learning (PBL), student success skills, and writing. Members and staff will join together to create a safe, respectful and engaging environment for youth. Additional tasks include developing and supervising field trips; transporting youth in a 7-passenger agency van; building relationships with families, schools, and community organizations; supporting with community and agency events; and, overseeing on-site volunteer activities.
 
Program Benefits : Health Coverage ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Stipend ,  Training ,  Childcare assistance if eligible . 
 
Terms :
Car recommended . 
 
Service Areas :
Education ,  Children/Youth . 
 
Skills :
Recruitment ,  Computers/Technology ,  Writing/Editing ,  General Skills ,  Leadership ,  Community Organization ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Youth Development ,  Public Speaking ,  Education . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
'18-19 Neighborhood House, After-school Program AC Member

Program Start/End Date
01/16/2019  -   07/15/2019

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
College graduate

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations WASHINGTON   Seattle/Tacoma/Bremerton  

Languages
English

Accepting Applications
From  11/25/2018  To  02/16/2019 

Contact Courtney Jacob
1225 S Weller St
Seattle   WA   98144
206-461-8430
courtneyj@nhwa.org
http://www.nhwa.org/americorps
 
AmeriCorps

Listing ID 61505


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