Summer Youth Program Instructor
Youth Program Instructors are an integral part of our summer Xcelerate Program for ages 4-14. Instructors are responsible for presenting curriculum in fun, exciting ways for youth participants. Additionally, instructors will be involved with classroom management and supervision of youth participants. Instructors
will serve as a first point of contact for parents and caregivers and should be able to address their concerns in a thoughtful and productive manner.
Instructors will be expected to work either morning or afternoon shifts that align with the hours of the programs offered.
Instructors work a maximum of 25 hours per week, but average approximately 19 hours per week.
Xcelerate camps run weekly June 4 – August 3. Instructors are not required to work every weekly session, but must be available the entire week (Monday – Friday) for any of the sessions they are scheduled to work.
Science and Biology
Computers – App development, Coding, Video Game Design
Robotics and Engineering
Fine Arts and Digital Arts
Subject expertise is not required as training and/or curriculum will be supplied by Community Education prior to the start of the camp session.
Instructors must be available to attend one training session prior to the beginning of Xcelerate
Req ID: req389
Job Title: Summer Youth Program Instructor
Division: Community Education
Location: Sugar Grove Campus
Grant Funded: No
Employment Type: Temporary
Compensation Range: 20.00 - 30.00, starting pay, prior experience will be considered
Compensation Type: Hourly
Work Schedule: Summer Semester
Work Hours: 25 (max)
Documents to be attached: Cover Letter-Yes,
Special Instructions to Applicants: Please list subjects and which ages you are interested in teaching. Also list any vacations or commitments that will impact your availability for summer.
Targeted Hire Date: 5/21/2018
Position Qualifications: We hire energetic, outgoing, and knowledgeable instructors who have a passion for working with youth.
At a minimum, instructors should possess:
Excellent communication skills.
Relevant degree or professional experience. Subject expertise is not required as training and/or curriculum will be supplied by Community Education prior to the start of the camp session.
Experience working with youth in an informal setting such as a camp, after-school program, or in a community recreational activity. Experience working with youth in an educational setting.