Job Opportunities at Family League
Volunteer Opportunities at Family League
Review Panel Member
Community Schools Steering Committee Member
- Students (at least one student on the CSSC must currently be enrolled in a Community School)
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Job Opportunities at Partner Organizations
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- Academic Youth Advocate
- Afterschool Program Staff
- Child First Authority - Multiple Afterschool Program Positions
- Community Schools Coordinator, Child First Authority
- Equity Specialist
- Healthy Food Access VISTA (Full Year)
- The League for People with Disabilities - Multiple Positions
- LINK Academic Teachers (PreK/K, 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th)
- Maryland Family Network - Multiple Positions
- Out-of-School Time (OST) Manager
- Positive School Center Next Generation Grant – Program Manager
- Resource Development VISTA
- The Y of Central Maryland - Multiple Positions
Academic Youth Advocate
The VLP is looking for a committed individual who wants to increase their experience building relationships with urban youth. The LINK Leaders program is a new, school-year initiative for middle and high school students.
The Academic Youth Advocate is responsible for managing all aspects of the VLP’s LINK Leaders program including: academic curriculum delivery, enrichment sessions, coordinating partners, recruitment and enrollment of program participants, character education & service learning projects, attendance tracking, management of volunteers and classroom assistants, and oversight of program events.
Afterschool Program Staff
Under the leadership of the Director, after school program staff lead structured activities designed to empower youth to excel in school and lead healthy, productive lives. Activities include; sports, arts & crafts, academic/homework time, teambuilding, group games, and more. Group leaders are encouraged to bring their own passions and interests to the program.
Community School Coordinator, Child First Authority
Successful community school coordinators come from a variety of professional backgrounds but possess several key qualities: A natural relationship builder with hunger for results and a go-getter dedicated to finding solutions to intractable obstacles in order to ensure students and their families are fully supported. They are flexible in the face of changing community needs and priorities. All coordinators continuously evaluate and improve their efforts responding to data, feedback from stakeholders, and lessons gathered from their school-based and organizational team.
Ideal candidates will demonstrate strong experience and capacity in the following core competency areas: planning, asset/resource mapping, stakeholder engagement, partnership development, relationship management, student and family support, family and community engagement, communications, and reporting.
Works in the Department/Office of Equity to provide leadership in the development and implementation of the City Schools strategic equity plan. Provides direct support, training, and consultation for employees across the organization on topics such as, but not limited to: equity, culturally responsive pedagogy, bias, inclusion, diversity, etc. Works collaboratively with schools and offices to utilize a racial equity lens to ensure achievement for all students.
Healthy Food Access VISTA
VISTA will carry out three important components of our food access efforts. 1. First, she/he will conduct outreach to out of school time programs in high Free and Reduced Meal (FARM) school districts to determine those with the capacity to and interest in serving these meals. 2. Secondly, the Healthy Food Access Coordinator VISTA will be part of the team to ensure that meal programs at sites are being carried our properly by training site coordinators, conducting site reviews and collecting meal count information for federal and state reports. These monitoring visits include ensuring that St. Vincent de Paul’s own Head Start sites (6) and our homeless shelters (s) are also carrying out the federally funded food programs correctly too. 3. Finally, the Healthy Food Access Manager will assist the Healthy Food Access Director in several other priority projects as needed.
LINK Academic Teachers (PreK/K, 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th)
The VLP is looking for a committed individual who wants to increase their experience building relationships with urban youth and the community. The Academic Teacher is responsible for managing all classroom activities in the VLP’s LINK After School program including: academic curriculum delivery, enrichment sessions, character education, attendance tracking, management of volunteers and classroom assistants, and oversight of program field trips and events.
Out-of-School Time (OST) Manager
Sites:Creative Alliance and Tench Tilghman E/M School
The OST Manager manages the the out of school time program at Tench Tilghman, according to program goals, during the school year and the Teen Council in association with YouthWorks in the summer. The OST manager also supervises the Site Coordinator, Academic Teachers, and Enrichment Teachers at Tench Tilghman.
Positive School Center Next Generation Grant – Program Manager
The Program Manager will provide group and individual academic, emotional, and behavioral support to Next Generation Students at their high school and in the community and during the school year. They will also assist program staff with making sure the program runs smoothly.
Resource Development VISTA
The goal of the Development VISTA project is to support Maryland MENTOR in the creation and maintenance of the necessary systems to allow the organization to be efficient and effective in all activities related to fundraising, grant writing and holistic donor management. Why should you be excited about this role? Having the opportunity to work with Maryland MENTOR, the newest statewide affiliate of the National Mentoring Partnership, is truly a dream! We are currently operating at the intersection of the energy and innovation of a startup, the social promise of a non-profit with the strong push for results needed by a mature private sector business.
The Y of Central Maryland - Multiple Opportunities
Enrichment Specialist – Waverly Elementary/Middle School
Community School Assistant Director – Waverly Elementary/Middle School
Hall Monitor – Waverly Elementary/Middle School
Teacher – Waverly Elementary/Middle School
Enrichment Specialist – Riverview Elementary School
Teacher – Riverview Elementary School
Enrichment Specialist – Johnston Square Elementary School
Teacher – Johnston Square Elementary School
Enrichment Specialist – Holabird Academy
Enrichment Specialist – Graceland Park Elementary School
Teacher – Ft. Worthington Elementary/Middle School
Enrichment Specialist – Ft. Worthington Elementary/Middle School
Enrichment Specialist – Academy for College and Career Exploration
Community School Coordinator – Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School
Community School Coordinator – Gwynns Falls Elementary School
Community School Coordinator – Northwood Elementary School
Community School Coordinator – Violetville Elementary/Middle School
Community School Director – Johnston Square Elementary School
Community School Director – Frederick Douglass High School
Associate Executive Director, School Partnerships
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