Part Time Mentor – Tutor — Liberty Partnerships Program

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Part Time Mentor – Tutor — Liberty Partnerships Program

Part-Time Position
Posted: March 12, 2020

SUNY Sullivan is seeking to fill the position of Mentor Tutor in the Liberty Partnerships Program. The Mentor – Tutor will assist the Director and Coordinator in implementing the Liberty Partnerships Program, an after-school, day school and summer program designed to promote successful graduation, college readiness and career development among high school students. Some daytime hours may be required. Programming occurs at local school districts, field trips, and on the SUNY Sullivan campus. It requires a flexible work schedule. Night and weekends may occasionally be required for special events. The Mentor Tutor for the Liberty Partnerships Program reports to the LPP Director, and will take direction from the Program & Education Coordinator. This is a part-time, grant-funded position.

  • College background required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience or willingness to work with disadvantaged youth
  • Ability to demonstrate strong knowledge in specific academic subjects
  • Experience in youth counseling, social work, or case work
  • Proficiency in MS Windows
  • Bi-lingual English/Spanish a plus
  • Interact with students in order to assess their academic needs, work with the LPP team to develop learning plans and assist with designing curriculums.
  • Assist in directing and coordinating the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Liberty Partnerships Program in and out-of- school time for high school students enrolled in programming at the Liberty Partnership Program.
  • Tutor LPP students based on assessed areas of need.
  • Comfortable assisting students with academic/homework needs at the middle and high school level.
  • Facilitate group discussions on topics related to college readiness, life skills and youth development.
  • Mentoring students regarding academic and personal issues at the individual and group level.
  • Keep informed of current trends in education.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director.

The Mentor-Tutor will receive $16.37 to $18.31 per hour depending on experience, and may work up to 25 hours per week, depending on the needs of the program and dates that the public schools are in session. Hiring for this position is contingent on the finalization of the LPP contract with the State and receipt of a clean criminal history record. E-mail your cover letter, resume and the name, address and telephone number of (3) professional references to the Office of Human Resources at:

[email protected]




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Posted: 12/25/2018
Application Due: 9/27/2020
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