ABOUT THE POSITION
Mission Montessori believes our goal as educators is to help each child become a passionate member of the human community who is confident, creative, and flourishing. We pride ourselves on taking our mission to heart and having a school culture that supports our mission. We know that our students thrive when we, as adults, feel passionate about our work and create an environment where we also feel confident, creative, and flourishing.
We are seeking an Admissions Director to be the face and voice of our school for prospective families. The Admissions Director educates parents about the value of our program to help them decide if Mission Montessori is the right fit for their child. It’s a wonderful role for someone with a passion for education and relationship-building.
If interested, please apply at www.missionmontessori.org/join-our-team
The Job: Executive Function Support Coach for Students
Would you like to help middle-school and college-age students succeed academically? Do you enjoy empowering students with strategies that help them to be more self sufficient, creating more harmony and happiness at home?
Executive functions (the ability to plan, organize, attend, remember, start tasks and prioritize) are essential to school success, often overlooked by schools, and can be challenging for many students. If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to use all of your own exceptional executive skills and talents as an educator and coach, while enjoying setting your own schedule with a consistent clientele, logistical support, and opportunities for professional growth, we’re interested in talking to you about joining our team at SOS4Students!
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WE WANT YOU! SOS4Students is hiring skilled, dynamic, and empathetic coaches to work 1-on-1 with students from grade 5 through college—in-person or online via video-chat.
Our coaches teach organization skills, time-management, project planning and execution, note-taking, essay-writing, test preparation, and more!
Our clients come from public and private schools, with a range of cultural, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds. Many are very bright but struggle with challenges such as ADHD, dyslexia, processing and working memory issues.
Are student learning styles and skills your niche and passion? Would you like to make a meaningful impact in the lives of students and their families? We’d love to meet you!
Our SOS4Students Coaches possess the following qualifications and experience:
As an SOS4Students coach, you’re invited to leverage not only your own experience and approaches, but also SOS’s tools and techniques from our signature workshops and programs; our new hires are trained in our systems.
Experienced presenters and coaches with specific content expertise (writing, science, math, language) are encouraged to apply. If we aren’t already offering a workshop in your specialty, let us know — we might hire you to create the program and teach it! We love our coaches’ input and pay for workshop development hours.
Why work for SOS4Students?
For information about SOS4Students’ Founder and Director, Beth Samuelson please visit http://www.sos4students.com/about How to Apply: Send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Or visit our and upload your application materials directly!
We need qualified and experienced tutors to work in-person with Chicago students grades 7-12. Most students need assistance with upper-level maths and sciences and/or prep for all sections of the ACT and SAT. Experience working with students with LDs, such as ADHD and Executive Functioning, is a plus. Tutors with Master's and PhDs are paid more. Tutor must live in the Chicago city or suburb area and have 1+ years experience teaching/tutoring with 2-3 references of their teaching/tutoring skills.
Tutors would be considered Independent Contractors (without a non-compete) to work one-on-one in-person with students at their homes in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Sessions are a minimum of 1.5 hours. You will be told the preferred location, days, and times as well as the hourly pay before you chose to work with an offered student.
TITLE: Academic Mentor
LOCATION: Various locations throughout San Francisco (visit www.myeep.org/locations)
COMPENSATION: $18-20 per hour depending on experience, 19 hours a week (part-time; non-exempt)
Since 1991 the Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program (MYEEP) has provided paid work experience and job readiness training to over 25,000 youth. MYEEP is a program of the Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC). We are a collaboration of 10 non-profit organizations and serve over 1,000 youth annually. With 10 service sites across San Francisco, MYEEP is the largest youth workforce program in the City. MYEEP leverages the desire of young people to be employed to engage them in job readiness training, youth development, and educational activities. MYEEP youth participate in an 80-hour job readiness curriculum and receive a paid internship earning SF minimum wage. The Academic Mentor Program, now in its fifth year, provides participants with academic enrichment. Each MYEEP location has a dedicated Academic Mentor who facilitates skill-based workshops, monitors academic success, and provides tutoring. For more information about JCYC or MYEEP, go to www.myeep.org.
AGENCY: JCYC Youth Workforce Programs provide youth employment opportunities and experiences that enhance the lifelong employability, earning potential and development of program participants. The JCYC Workforce Programs consist of the largest youth employment programs in San Francisco, and includes The Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program (MYEEP), San Francisco Youth Works (SFYW), Project Pull, JCYC STEM Academy and SSIP CitiWorks Internship Program, together providing subsidize employment experiences as well as other learning activities to over nearly 2,000 San Francisco youth annually.
The MYEEP Academic Mentor will work out of one partner agency in the San Francisco community to provide high quality academic support for program participants. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of working effectively with youth of color in low-income communities. This is a part time, 19 hour a week position. The Academic Mentor reports directly to the Academic Mentor Program Coordinator.
• Support youth ages 14-16 in improving overall academic performance during the academic year
• Create and facilitate weekly academic focused workshops for MYEEP participants • Lead small group tutorial sessions in a variety of subjects
• Create and maintain a supportive learning environment for participants
• Able to create individual academic success plans for each youth
• Communicate with school administrators, teachers, counselors, and parents/guardians to obtain report cards, progress reports and student updates
• Monitor and maintain attendance from tutorial sessions and other vital records
• Track and input participant grades using Salesforce database
• Attend MYEEP weekly workshops to provide classroom management support
• Attend MYEEP and JCYC program wide events • Support program specific civic engagement activities to ensure participants understand the importance of participating in the democratic process
• Participate in advocacy initiatives prioritized by JCYC
• Must be a college student or recent graduate
• Available 4-5 days/week, Monday – Friday during after school hours (approximately 2:30pm-6:30 p.m.)
• Available Fridays for bi-monthly training meetings at JCYC main office
• Experience working with diverse populations of youth
• Strong understanding of high school level math (Algebra, Geometry); English, science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics); history, and language electives (Spanish, Chinese)
• Effectively exercise behavior management skills
• Provide strong mentorship and guidance
• Demonstrate compassion, patience, reliability, and professionalism
• Competency with Microsoft Office and Google G Suite
• Able to commit to duration of the MYEEP program session: September 2019 - May 2020
• Experience working with at-risk youth
• Strong understanding of youth development • Bi/multilingual
Email a cover letter, resume, and schedule of availability to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Early applications are encouraged.
Please Note: MYEEP and JCYC actively seek to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, MYEEP and JCYC will consider for employment-qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records
Do you want to get paid and make a difference by tutoring local middle school students? Apply to tutor for JCYC! We are looking for part-time academic coaches to work 5-19 hours a week helping middle school students with their homework during the 2019-2020 school year. Earn $16.50 an hour, gain valuable leadership and communication skills, meet interesting people, contribute to your community, and have fun by becoming an academic coach. We offer trainings so that you do not need to understand all subjects before you start. Please see our job description below for more information. To apply, email your resume, cover letter and schedule of availability to coach AT jcyc.org
Job Title: Academic Coach, JCYC Educational Talent Search and San Francisco College Access Center
Position: Casual, 5-19 hrs/week
Location: Denman Middle School in the Excelsior neighborhood of San Francisco, Francisco Middle School in North Beach, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School in the Bayview, Roosevelt Middle School in the Richmond District, Aptos Middle School in Twin Peaks, or Thomas R. Pollicita Middle School in Daly City
Apply: July/August 2019
Tentative Start Date: September 2019
The JCYC Educational Talent Search (ETS) and JCYC San Francisco College Access Center (SFCAC) identifies, selects and assists low-income school youth, ages 11 and older who have the potential to be the first generation in their family to attend college. ETS and SFCAC are college access programs of JCYC. JCYC’s mission is to cultivate and enrich the lives of children and youth from diverse, multicultural communities throughout San Francisco and beyond. For more information about ETS, SFCAC, and JCYC visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org or www.jcyc.org.
ETS and SFCAC is searching for after school middle school Academic Coaches to provide academic tutoring. ETS Academic Coaches must meet the following requirements:
· Available to work 3-4 days a week, Monday through Thursday, during mandatory after school hours throughout the academic school year. (School day hours also available);
· Available to attend trainings and monthly meetings;
· Be highly motivated to work with low income youth and help prepare students for academic success, paving the way to be the first in their family to attend college;
· Effectively exercise behavior management skills;
· Assist students with daily homework assignments, working in a room with an estimated ratio of about 5-7 students to 1 tutor.
· Demonstrate compassion, patience, reliability, professionalism and teamwork skills.
Based on the school site, additional responsibilities may include:
· Manage a small caseload of students, tracking their academic progress throughout the school year. This may include working with specific, underserved populations
· Assist with in-class tutoring, and one-on-one tutoring throughout the school day
· Assist with planning educational field trips for a group of students during the school day
· Experience working with multicultural and bi/multilingual youth, people of color, and individuals with backgrounds similar to target population (low-income and first in their families to attend college)
· High school diploma or equivalent required
· Students working toward an AA/BS/BA in related areas will be strongly considered and are strongly encouraged to apply
How to Apply
Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter, 2) Resume, and 3) School Schedule (if applicable) Contact E-mail: coach AT jcyc.org, Attn: Academic Coach Position
Please no phone calls.
PLEASE NOTE: Japanese Community Youth Council ( JCYC) actively seek to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
We are looking for a School Counselor of School Counselor Intern to help students prepare for academic achievement, ensure career readiness and develop personal or social competencies through a comprehensive, preventive and developmental counseling program. The goal is to ensure that students will become productive and well-adjusted adults.
Job Types: Part-time, Contract
Salary: $25.00 to $30.00 /hour
Central Ohio Technical College is accepting online applications for a full-time Academic Advisor position.
Summary of Duties:
Academic Advising is essential for student’s academic success, persistence and completion of an academic program. Position will provide academic advising, including career exploration, educational and career goal setting, program overview, course registration, academic monitoring for student success, verification that graduation requirements have been met and transfer opportunities into baccalaureate programs.
• Provides information to prospective and current students about academic programs and requirements, general admissions, and registration.
• Guides students through the enrollment process by providing accurate information regarding transfer admissions, re-enrollment and registration procedures consistent with College policy and applicable state guidelines.
• Maintains an advising caseload, facilitates mandatory advising sessions, and conducts regular outreach to assigned advisees each semester through email, phone calls and/or mailings.
• Processes registrations, drop/adds, withdrawals, requests for student demographic changes and enrollment verifications.
• Acts as an advising liaison to assigned academic programs through advisory committee meetings, division meetings and individual meetings with program faculty.
• Works with colleagues to disseminate programmatic advising information, supports curriculum development and offers new ideas to ensure student needs are met.
• Coordinates and executes program information meetings; assists in the coordination and execution of new student orientation program.
• Meets with, advises, and prepares individual academic plans for all students. Conducts initial advising session and may provide subsequent advising sessions based upon individual student needs.
• Evaluates degree audits, transfer credits, college placement based upon multiple measures’ standards and other student information to guide students in the selection of appropriate courses to fulfill program requirements; meets with students to discuss academic performance and track progress toward completion.
• Maintains accurate and appropriate records for student advising sessions and educational plans.
• Works with faculty and administration to interpret and ensure academic policies and procedures, program informational material and training material are designed to provide efficient and effective advising services to students. Recommends solutions and establishes best practices for academic advising.
• Conducts advisor intervention for students on academic probation and for course repeats; reviews student files to monitor academic progress; works with students to ensure agreed upon interventions are completed; assists students with academic petitions; refers students to appropriate on and off-campus resources as needed.
• Ensures graduation applicants have met requirements for graduation; provides guidance to students to assist in timely completion of requirements.
• Attends scheduled meetings, workshops and training sessions as scheduled by the department. May be required to attend meetings and events related to the advisor’s academic area of focus.
• Assists admissions by participating in college recruiting events both on and off campus.
• Assists with front desk coverage as necessary to provide excellent customer service to students, staff, faculty and community members.
• These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed; employees will be required to perform other job related duties as required.
• Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education and two (2) years professional experience in counseling, advising, or a related field. A master’s degree in a related field may be substituted for years of experience.
• Demonstrated experience using a personal computer, office software such as MS Office and electronic mail.
• Requires a valid Ohio driver’s license.
• Requires a successful completion of a background check.
• Demonstrated ability to:
o Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
o Establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, students and the public.
o Work in a fast-paced, demanding environment.
o Interpret degree program requirements and assist students in the achievement of the requirements.
Thorough understanding of the curriculum, College requirements and regulations, course sequences and degree requirements.
Experience using an enterprise-wide integrated student information systems such as Colleague.
For complete position details and to submit an online application go to http://jobs.cotc.edu/postings/3941 . Central Ohio Technical College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We have multiple openings for an Academic Advisor. These are direct hire roles with an excellent benefits package. Culture is outstanding! Start date slated for mid-January but interviews will be happening in the next few weeks.
Responsible to advise undergraduate and graduate students regarding program and course requirements. Develop a strong rapport with assigned students, track and report student data and progress, maintain responsibility for student retention, and support the student in persistence through program completion. Communicate and collaborate throughout the university advising community and perform other duties based on campus needs. Perform all duties in accordance with the University’s policies and procedures, a
General Direction — indicates that the incumbent receives guidance in terms of broad goals and overall objectives and is responsible for establishing the methods to attain them. Generally, the incumbent oversees an area of work, and typically formulates policy for this area but does not necessarily have final authority for approving policy.
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EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, CERTIFICATION AND/OR LICENSES:
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As an academic advisor, you will act as the coach and mentor for students throughout their program. You will be there to inspire, motivate, and challenge them. You will support enrollment, student development and retention services while ensuring high quality learning in accordance with school and company policies and procedures and federal, state and regional regulatory requirements and accreditation standards.