Activity Leaders also apply applicable behavior guidance models (Restorative Practice, Positive Behavior Reinforcements, etc.) to address student behaviors and maintain group/classroom management.
You will work with a team of collaborative colleagues and help to foster a community of learning, growth, and equity. As a Multicultural and Identity-Based Program Leader, you will facilitate curriculum created through a critical and social justice-oriented lens, as well as become familiar with the Participatory Action Research project process and mentor youth to grow as advocates for themselves and their communities.
Your contribution keeps our mission alive by helping our programs thrive.
Peter Paul Development Center is seeking a qualified After-School Site Coordinator for our central educational program.
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LA’s BEST is an afterschool program that provides homework assistance, enrichment and recreational activities to children on elementary school campuses throughout the Los Angeles Unified School District.The Development Coordinator is part of a high performing team, responsible for coordinating fundraising events and activities generated by the LA’s BEST City Hall Office.This position also supports the Development Department overall activities and acts as a secondary liaison, representing the organization with boards, donors and vendors.If you feel we are a good fit, please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected] apply: Please attach resume and cover letter in an email to the contact listed in the job posting.As an After-School Site Coordinator, you will work closely with the Director of Education to provide support in center and student management. Some 11.3 million "latchkey children" go home alone after school each day.In the subject line of your email, please put the name of the position and in the body of your email please include how you heard about this job.If you have any questions regarding the positions above, please call the LA’s BEST Operations Office at 213-745-1900.Be sure to indicate which job you are applying for in the subject line.The Richmond Neighborhood Center, at the heart of San Francisco’s Richmond District, is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages a diverse workforce—all qualified persons are encouraged to apply. With your help, The Richmond Neighborhood Center improves the lives of over 5,000 youth, adults, and seniors per month.