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Summer Learning Loss Prevention Employment Opportunities

Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program
Employment Opportunities

Interested candidates are welcome to apply through any of the following means:


Lead Teacher

The Summer Learning Loss Prevention (SLLP) program Teacher is responsible for planning, implementing and leading the educational activities of the SLLP program under the supervision of the SLLP program Site Director. The SLLP program Teacher guides the academic and social development of children ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment that promotes progress and learning.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The SLLP program Teacher must have the competencies, skills, and proven leadership ability to successfully carry out the YMCA mission, goals, and visions for serving the community.  The SLLP program Teacher will be responsible for the following:

  1. Prepare lesson plans according to the Four Blocks Literacy curriculum model.
  2. Work with the site director to administer the pre- and post- reading STAR assessments.
  3. Attend all required trainings and staff meetings.
  4. Instruct and facilitate according to the Four Blocks model and lead classroom according to the fidelity and quality requirements.

Education:  Bachelors Degree. PA Teaching Certificate
Experience:  1 year of classroom instruction

Applicants must be available the following days and times:
July  8 – August 9 (with one-week training prior to program start)
Monday-Friday  8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

 

Teacher Assistant

The Summer Learning Loss Prevention (SLLP) program Teacher Assistant is primarily responsible for assisting the SLLP program Teacher in the implementation and facilitation of the Four Blocks curriculum.  The Teacher Assistant reports to the Site Director and assists in the supervision and in the literacy and social development of children ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The SLLP program Teacher Assistant must have the competencies, skills and proven leadership ability to successfully carry out the YMCA mission, goals and vision for serving the community.  Other important responsibilities include the following:

  1. Attend trainings and staff meetings.
  2. Support teachers in instruction according to the 4 blocks model.
  3. Meet daily with the teacher to review activities and ensure continuity of classroom support strategies.
  4. Gather the appropriate books/resources for the literacy curriculum.
  5. Support the classroom according to the fidelity and quality requirements.
  6. Set up for and clean up after all classroom activities.

Education:  High School Diploma.
Experience:  2 years of experience with school-age children.

Applicants must be available the following days and times:
July  8 – August 9 (with one-week training prior to program start)
Monday-Friday  8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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