NDMVA is looking for hardworking, non-judgmental, and flexible individuals who are comfortable teaching in grades K-12. Volunteers must be open to differences, and celebrate and encourage their students. In addition to teaching classes, volunteers also tutor, serve as advisors, monitor lunch and recess, accompany students on some weekend field trips, conduct co-curricular activities after school, and serve in summer enrichment programs. Applicants should be committed to a challenging and rewarding service position. Please visit our website www.ndmva.org for more information about Notre Dame Mission Volunteers. Each Service Site varies in its service description.
"I Have A Dream" Foundation- New York (seeking 1 half-year member):
The “I Have a Dream” Foundation provides long-term support to children and youth living in under-resourced communities to achieve their full potential, by promoting from an early age, values of higher education and career success, with opportunity guaranteed through financial resources, and other services. The “I Have A Dream” Foundation's vision is for all children to have an opportunity to earn a college degree and fully capitalize on their talents, aspirations, and dreams of fulfilling careers and productive global citizenship.
Cornelia Connelly Center (no longer seeking half-year members):
Cornelia Connelly Center (CCC) champions under-resourced girls, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. Students enter their joyful and holistic program in the 4th or 5th grade at Connelly Middle School (CMS), continue on as CMS graduates in the Graduate Support Program (GSP), and matriculate to and graduate from college in GSP 2.0, receiving financial, academic and social-emotional support from 4th grade through college graduation.
Brilla Schools Network/Seton Teaching Partners (no longer seeking half-year members):
Brilla Public Charter Schools are K-8 schools located in the north and south Bronx. The network seek to educate students to lead
lives of excellence, virtue, and purpose. They do this by leveraging the best instructional practices of model charter schools – a longer school day and year, utilizing technology-based blended learning to deliver individualized instruction, intensively supporting and coaching teachers—and combining this with a robust character education program, centered around our core virtues of courage, justice, wisdom, and self-control.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Student loan forbearance
Regular training, team support, bi-weekly team meetings, housing assistance in some cities only, professional development, mid-year conference
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check
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