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StreetSquash aims to help each child realize his or her academic and personal potential through long-term, rigorous programming in academic tutoring, squash instruction, college prep, literacy enrichment, community service, and one-on-one mentoring. Serving 180 Harlem public school students in grades 6-12, StreetSquash boasts a 100% high school graduation and college matriculation rate as well as a college completion rate of over 80%. Through high expectations and strong support, we help our students to achieve greatness.
Our team of fun, diverse professionals is committed to building deep relationships with our students and to giving each staff member meaningful responsibility in a cooperative working environment with support for everyone's ideas. We do our best to foster personal and professional growth, not just in our young people, but in each other as well. StreetSquash is a healthy, growing nonprofit, looking for motivated, enthusiastic individuals to fill integral positions within the organization.
StreetSquash is seeking a driven, innovative Academic Director with a passion for supporting young people and putting them on the path to achieving their higher education goals. This position will begin July 29 and will report to the Program Director.
Facilitate daily after-school homework and academic support sessions for two grades of 30 students, managing volunteers and tutors, and assisting individual students
Meet weekly with teachers to assess students' progress and communicate regularly with parents, guidance counselors, and others in each student's support system
Work closely with squash director to meet the needs of your teams, including performing home visits, planning team trips and cultural outings, organizing community service activities, facilitating team-building workshops, etc.
Develop and implement standardized test preparation Network with other organizations and external services to refer students and families as necessary
Work closely with academic team to coordinate programming and supervise part-time afterschool staff
Collaborate on program-wide initiatives and projects
Support students in their academic and personal growth through programming and relationship-building
Significant experience writing and implementing curriculum targeted toward middle and high school students
Excellent writing, research and computer skills
Project management, interpersonal, organizational and networking skills critical
Supervisory experience a plus
Sensitivity to different cultures and communities
Sense of humor and significant experience working with adolescents
Knowledge of NY State high school and higher education systems a plus
Valid NYS driver's license, comfort and capacity to occasionally drive vans
Must be able to work some weekends
Conversational spoken Spanish preferred
How TO APPLY:
Please email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
StreetSquash is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply. No knowledge of squash is necessary for academic positions.