Current Employment Openings


Lead Instructor for the EMERGE Academy

The Mentoring Center (TMC) is currently recruiting for a Lead Instructor for the EMERGE Academy.

The ideal candidate for the Lead Instructor position will be single or multi-subject credentialed, and will have significant and specific experience teaching high school students. The ideal candidate also should have experience working with students, specifically girls and young women, who are involved in the foster care and/or legal systems, and who are facing significant academic challenges.

POSITION SUMMARY

  • Provide daily instruction to up to twenty students, ages 16 – 18.
  • Assess students’ academic level and grade level.
  • Work with the ACOE Independent Studies teacher to establish each student’s credits and level of academic achievement at the time of enrollment.
  • Work with other EMERGE staff to develop daily lesson plan and weekly and semester curriculum.
  • Attend trainings and professional development opportunities provided by ACOE and The Mentoring Center.
  • Fulfill other duties related to instruction, as necessary.
  • Attend and participate in The Mentoring Center’s bi-weekly staff meetings, agency events and activities, and professional development opportunities.
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Learning Mentor Position Description

The Mentoring Center (TMC) is currently recruiting for a Learning Mentor for the EMERGE Academic Reentry Program.

The ideal candidate for the Learning Mentor position has teaching experience (especially teaching high school students). The ideal candidate also should have experience working with students, specifically girls and young women, who are involved in the foster care and/or legal systems, and who are facing significant academic challenges.

POSITION SUMMARY

  • Provide mentoring and academic support to students.
  • Support the Lead Instructor with curriculum development and implementation.
  • Co-design non-academic, in-class curriculum.
  • Connect students with additional services (Light case management).
  • Coordinate enrichment activities.
  • Teach arts-based (poetry, visual arts, fine arts, etc.), leadership, and/or life skills class.
  • Assist with student assessments.
  • Work with the Lead Instructor and the Independent Studies teacher to help students meet their academic goals and to calculate student credits.
  • Attend and participate in The Mentoring Center’s bi-weekly staff meetings, agency events and activities, and professional development opportunities.
  • Other duties as necessary.
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