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Leadership Program Leader

$16/hr

Girls Inc

5 days ago
5d ago

Oakland, CA

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TITLE:  Leadership Program Leader (School Year) with summer employment as the Eureka Program Leader (Summer)

DEPARTMENT: Community Programs (Girls Resource Center)

CLASSIFICATION: Regular Part-time 25 Hours per Week 

REPORTS TO: Girls Resource Center Program Coordinator

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt 

SALARY: $16/hour + Fringe Benefits

SCHEDULE: Must be available from 2-6 Monday-Thursday (Summer Schedule TBD)

SUPERVISES: None

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 7/28/17 

POSITION AVAILABLE: 8/8/17

 

BACKGROUND

Founded 54 years ago, Girls Incorporated of Alameda County is an affiliate of the national Girls Incorporated, the nation’s leading expert on issues affecting girls and young women.  Through innovative programs, Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart and bold. 

SCOPE OF POSITION

The Academic Engagement Program Leader will track girls' academic progress and provide small group and/or individual instruction to middle and high school girls. The Academic Engagement Program Leader develops and facilitates new programs and activities in the Girls Resource Center that help girls develop their organization, time management, and study skills. They will communicate with families, provide resources for credit recovery, academic enrichment, special education and tutoring. They will provide homework assistance in math, science, history/social science, English and writing. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop lessons and facilitate new activities focused on defying gender stereotypes, developing social and emotional skills, relationship skills, leadership and community building for 10-20 middle school girls. 
  • Collaborate with Fitness, STEM and Academic Engagement Program Leaders to deliver successful programming in Girls Resource Center. 
  • Collaborate with community partners to supplement program activities for girls to develop their healthy attitudes and behaviors. 
  • Assist with administrative tasks as needed for Girls Resource Center Programs including recruitment, orientations, materials organization, and lesson plan preparation.
  • Assist Girls Resource Center Program Coordinator with administrative duties including entering program participants into agency database.
  • Maintain communications with Girls Resource Center Program Team (in person, voicemail, during weekly meetings).
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS 

  • Minimum of 2 years experience facilitating for middle or high school youth. 
  • Enthusiasm for working with middle school and high school girls.
  • Experience facilitating programs in leadership, social and emotional skill development, community building, and/or defying gender stereotypes.
  • Position requires flexibility, creativity, organization, positive energy and passion for inspiring girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
  • Ability to develop and facilitate activities with groups of 10-20 girls in grades 6 through 12.
  • Ability to identify needs and develop relevant activities for middle and high school girls.
  • Effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills that follow youth development principles.
  • Experience working with diverse communities.
  • Ability to set up space for girls that challenges gender stereotypes and is LGBTQ-inclusive.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to implement tasks and activities independently. 
  • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines consistently, timely and reliable.
  • Ability to receive and provide feedback in a constructive way.
  • Knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office preferred.
  • A valid California Drivers License, access to a reliable vehicle and proof of automobile liability insurance with minimum policy requirements established by Girls Inc.
  • Background clearance from the Department of Justice.
  • Requires a minimum commitment of one school year.
  • Ability to bend, lift, move up to 40 lbs. 
  • High School Diploma required. Associates Degree or some college degree preferred with focus in education, social work, psychology and/or sociology.
  • Bilingual in Spanish-English highly desired. 

APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to talent@girlsinc-alameda.org 

Girls Incorporated of Alameda County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

 

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Human Sexuality Teacher (2017-18 School Year) - South Bay/Peninsula

Summit Public Schools

6 days ago
6d ago

San Jose, CA

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We're seeking Expeditions teachers in the South Bay and the Peninsula (San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Redwood City). 

The Summit approach to elective courses - in the form of Expeditions - is unique.  Expeditions occurs at each school site four times throughout the year in two-week intervals.  Students take a morning and afternoon course every day for two and a half hours each for a daily, immersive experience in the area of study that they would like to explore or already have passion for.  They continue this exploration for each two-week Expeditions interval in a school-year.  The Expeditions faculty is the team of teachers who rotate through four school sites for the year, leading two sets of students (morning and afternoon) at each school through this immersive experience for two weeks, and returning to that group four times each year.   The areas of study, or clusters, which students can explore include Arts, Design & Engineering, Health & Wellness, Media Studies, Technology, Leadership & Social Change, and Business.  Over the course of their time at Summit, students have the opportunity to explore passions across these clusters or to craft a pathway of deep study that may lead to an internship or independent study. The Expeditions team seeks passionate teachers who can design and execute courses in one of the following clusters:

  • Human Sexuality 
  • Girls on the Run/Girls Rising 
  • Archaeology
  • Psychology
  • Hands-on sociology 

Using the Framework for 21st Century Learning, the skills, knowledge and expertise that students should master to succeed in work and life in the 21st century in connection with a passion for are:

  • Act on creative ideas to make a tangible and useful contribution to the field in which the innovation will occur
  • Elaborate, refine, analyze and evaluate their own ideas in order to improve and maximize creative efforts

The role of the Expeditions teacher is to empower students to discover and deepen their passions. We believe that connecting to one’s passion is crucial for success in college and a career.  Students can make better choices about “best fit” colleges based on an understanding of the course of study for possible careers.  They can begin college with an career goal in mind that is connected to their passion, and can immediately apply their  decision-making and self-direction skills to continuously set and achieve goals that are connected to working towards that career.   With their own passions and fields of study as expertise, Expeditions teachers execute this vision by doing the following:

  • Summit Expeditions teachers design and teach high-quality, challenging, project-based curriculum which guide students towards explorations of potential passions.
  • Summit Expeditions teachers facilitate learning experiences which lead students through deep exploration of fields of study connected to potential majors, hobbies and careers.
  • Summit Expeditions teachers design and guide students through real-life experiences in the field, through guest speakers, field trips, and other connections to community groups.

At Summit Public Schools, you are joining a community committed to excellence and continual growth. We prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders. If you are looking for the opportunity to drive transformative change in a diverse community of learners and contribute to reimagining what schools should be, we encourage you to apply.

Eligibility:

  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values and belief that all children deserve a rigorous, college-­preparatory education
  • A California Teaching Credential (or a commitment to obtain one) is preferred but not required for the Expeditions Teacher role - if you have any questions please review our credentialing FAQ document or contact us at talent@summitps.org
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred but not required)
  • Experience in and ability to design and execute a course in the cluster of your choice

Key Qualities and Characteristics of a Summit Teacher:

  • Maintains high expectations for all students and believes all students can be successful in college
  • Facilitate learning experiences, using a variety of methods including: direct instruction, project­-based learning, small group tasks, individual student projects, individual and group writing tasks, formative and summative assessment, direct teacher feedback, extended individual students tasks and public performance/presentation
  • Collaborates with colleagues to maintain academic integrity of planned lessons and learning experiences for students
  • Design and implement social and emotional learning experiences as a recurring part of all courses
  • Actively participate and suggest proposals as a member of weekly faculty team meetings
  • Track and provide updates on student achievement to faculty, directors and families
  • Maintain and reinforce Summit's graduated discipline process
  • Ability to learn technology platforms that organize instructional materials and data gathering at Summit

Human Sexuality Teacher (2017-18 School Year) - South Bay/Peninsula

Summit Public Schools

6 days ago
6d ago

Redwood City, CA

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We're seeking Expeditions teachers in the South Bay and the Peninsula (San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Redwood City). 

The Summit approach to elective courses - in the form of Expeditions - is unique.  Expeditions occurs at each school site four times throughout the year in two-week intervals.  Students take a morning and afternoon course every day for two and a half hours each for a daily, immersive experience in the area of study that they would like to explore or already have passion for.  They continue this exploration for each two-week Expeditions interval in a school-year.  The Expeditions faculty is the team of teachers who rotate through four school sites for the year, leading two sets of students (morning and afternoon) at each school through this immersive experience for two weeks, and returning to that group four times each year.   The areas of study, or clusters, which students can explore include Arts, Design & Engineering, Health & Wellness, Media Studies, Technology, Leadership & Social Change, and Business.  Over the course of their time at Summit, students have the opportunity to explore passions across these clusters or to craft a pathway of deep study that may lead to an internship or independent study. The Expeditions team seeks passionate teachers who can design and execute courses in one of the following clusters:

  • Human Sexuality 
  • Girls on the Run/Girls Rising 
  • Archaeology
  • Psychology
  • Hands-on sociology 

Using the Framework for 21st Century Learning, the skills, knowledge and expertise that students should master to succeed in work and life in the 21st century in connection with a passion for are:

  • Act on creative ideas to make a tangible and useful contribution to the field in which the innovation will occur
  • Elaborate, refine, analyze and evaluate their own ideas in order to improve and maximize creative efforts

The role of the Expeditions teacher is to empower students to discover and deepen their passions. We believe that connecting to one’s passion is crucial for success in college and a career.  Students can make better choices about “best fit” colleges based on an understanding of the course of study for possible careers.  They can begin college with an career goal in mind that is connected to their passion, and can immediately apply their  decision-making and self-direction skills to continuously set and achieve goals that are connected to working towards that career.   With their own passions and fields of study as expertise, Expeditions teachers execute this vision by doing the following:

  • Summit Expeditions teachers design and teach high-quality, challenging, project-based curriculum which guide students towards explorations of potential passions.
  • Summit Expeditions teachers facilitate learning experiences which lead students through deep exploration of fields of study connected to potential majors, hobbies and careers.
  • Summit Expeditions teachers design and guide students through real-life experiences in the field, through guest speakers, field trips, and other connections to community groups.

At Summit Public Schools, you are joining a community committed to excellence and continual growth. We prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders. If you are looking for the opportunity to drive transformative change in a diverse community of learners and contribute to reimagining what schools should be, we encourage you to apply.

Eligibility:

  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values and belief that all children deserve a rigorous, college-­preparatory education
  • A California Teaching Credential (or a commitment to obtain one) is preferred but not required for the Expeditions Teacher role - if you have any questions please review our credentialing FAQ document or contact us at talent@summitps.org
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred but not required)
  • Experience in and ability to design and execute a course in the cluster of your choice

Key Qualities and Characteristics of a Summit Teacher:

  • Maintains high expectations for all students and believes all students can be successful in college
  • Facilitate learning experiences, using a variety of methods including: direct instruction, project­-based learning, small group tasks, individual student projects, individual and group writing tasks, formative and summative assessment, direct teacher feedback, extended individual students tasks and public performance/presentation
  • Collaborates with colleagues to maintain academic integrity of planned lessons and learning experiences for students
  • Design and implement social and emotional learning experiences as a recurring part of all courses
  • Actively participate and suggest proposals as a member of weekly faculty team meetings
  • Track and provide updates on student achievement to faculty, directors and families
  • Maintain and reinforce Summit's graduated discipline process
  • Ability to learn technology platforms that organize instructional materials and data gathering at Summit
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Children’s Dance/Music/Yoga Instructor

JAMaROO Kids

8 days ago
8d ago

San Anselmo, CA

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JAMaROO Kids was founded in 2004 by Jamaica Stevens, a former preschool teacher who continues to study and participate in the Arts. JAMaROO Kids provides quality developmentally appropriate enrichment programs such as Music & Movement, Dance & Creative Movement, Yoga, and Storytime Art classes and entertainment services for young children in local preschools, family daycare centers, grade schools, after-school programs, and recreational centers throughout the Bay Area and at our San Francisco Studio. Our students are between the ages of 1-7 years old with a majority between the ages of 2-4 years. Currently, we work with over 130 well-known schools and continue to grow each year.

As we continue to acquire new schools/clients, we are actively looking for individuals who have experience in the Arts as well as with young children (e.g. daycare/preschool teacher, nanny, etc.) to become a part of Team JAMaROO!

We are looking for an instructor to teach "Music & Movement", "Yoga" and "Dance & Creative Movement" classes primarily in San Francisco 2-3 days a week and/or in the Peninsula 2-3 days a week and/or in Marin 2-3 days a week.
We are currently hiring for both full-time and part-time positions with paid training to start in August.

It is a plus if you are bilingual (preferably in Spanish), have experience with arts & crafts, and are able to cross-teach multiple types of classes.

Our Studio/Office is located in the Cow Hollow neightborhood of San Francisco; however, we are primarily a mobile company, where our teachers drive from school to school throughout the day in order to provide our classes.
Therefore, all applicants must own a reliable commuter/gas-efficient vehicle and be willing to drive.

Applicants must :
- Have a valid California Drivers License, a reliable commuter/gas-efficient vehicle for work, and undergo a background check (e.g. LiveScan fingerprint clearance, TB test, reference check, etc.)
- Have experience working with young children ages 2-5 years old and/or hold units in Early Childhood Education
- Have experience in the Arts (both formal and informal)
- Feel confident teaching in front of parents, teachers and school directors
- Be responsible, punctual, organized and flexible
- Be outgoing, friendly and enthusiastic about teaching
- Be a team player and work well with others
- Wear JAMaROO Kids teaching apparel during teaching hours
- Be willing to make at least a one year commitment

We offer:
- Paid training for all types of classes
- Flexible schedules
- Competitive wages ($18-$20/hour DOE) with the opportunity for a raise after three months
- The chance to grow with JAMaROO Kids as we continue to expand throughout the Bay Area

If you are interested, please submit your resume with three professional references and visit us at www.jamarookids.com to learn more about our company!

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