Off-Campus Student Employment Positions

Civic Engagement Center
Markim Hall, Third Floor
651-696-6040
651-696-6030 (fax)

Academic-Year Hours
Monday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Summer Hours
Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m.-noon

Off-Campus Student Employment (OCSE) Approved Sites 2014-2015

Below are the available OCSE 2014-2015 positions. Click on the arrow beside the position name to view the expanded, full position description.

Applications for 2014-2015 academic year are now being accepted through this online application form. Resume must be emailed to for application to be considered complete.

Applications and resumes must be received by 8:00am, Monday, February 10, 2014.

ACES - ACES Team Leaders

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: ABCs of ACES ACES confronts the achievement gap head-on by addressing the fourth-grade reading slump of lower-income students that results in these students having "serious trouble with the study of science, social studies, literature, mathematics, and other content study that depend, in great part, on printed text" (Chall & Jacobs, 2003) in later years. ACES after-school academic programming strikes three critical components of educational development that have long-term benefits for students and the community:

Job Title: ACES Team Leaders

Overview/Description of the Position: Position Purpose: The Team Leader will serve as the after-school teacher for one ACES classroom of 10-15 students in a tutoring/mentoring program for urban youth in grades four through eight. The Team Leader will be in charge of helping students make academic progress by facilitating the MN standards-based ACES curriculum units. Additionally, the Team Leader will serve as a role model for students, making sure to build a safe and engaging environment in the classroom. Team Leaders will also manage their classroom volunteers. Training will take place in September and as needed after hiring. The after-school program will run from October to May

Specific Duties: * Deliver ACES curriculum in the classroom; prepare for sessions by reviewing curriculum ahead of time; manage classroom time and materials; supervise homework completion and choice time; and participate in field trips. * Manage your classroom volunteers to assist students during academic support time and curriculum time. *Complete program documentation as directed by Program Coordinator. * Communicate with Program Coordinator and other ACES staff regarding student performance, program feedback, etc. * Work directly in classrooms during the school day. *Other duties as requested by ACES staff.

Qualifications: A qualified candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills and have experience working with youth. Experience working with inner-city students is preferred but not required. Team Leaders must also have reliable transportation. Spanish or Hmong language proficiency is a plus.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: generally 3:30-6:30

Location: varies based on location of school site. All sites are MPS or SPPS school sites.

Advocates for Human Rights - Refugee and Immigrant Program Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: Founded in 1983, The Advocates works locally, nationally, and internationally to promote and protect universal human rights and fundamental freedoms. The mission of The Advocates is to promote civil society and reinforce the rule of law. The Advocates takes an integrated, comprehensive approach to preventing human rights abuses through documentation of human rights violations, advocacy on behalf of individual victims, education on human rights issues, and training and technical assistance to prevent human rights violations. The Advocates involves volunteers in research, education, and advocacy, to build broad constituencies in the United States and select global communities.

Job Title: Refugee and Immigrant Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The student will be working with low-income asylum seeking clients to screen their cases for placement with volunteer attorneys and will assist with client intake, case research and program administration. The Advocates' clients come from around the world and are fleeing persecution based on their religion, race, nationality, political opinion or particular social group such as gender or ethnicity. The student will be working closely in the client intake and interview process and will prepare materials for presentation to legal staff.

Specific Duties: Possible duties include: • Assist with intake interviews with client; • Conduct telephone intake; • Provide referrals for callers to various legal or social service agencies; • Draft client and attorney correspondence and case summaries; • Participate in the deliberation process where program staff determine whether or not to accept an asylum case for placement with a volunteer attorney; • Assist with administrative duties, such as filing, copying, and mailing; • Translate documents or interpret for clients if necessary; • Conduct research for cases or update info on existing training materials; • Perform miscellaneous tasks as they arise.

Qualifications: Ability to work with survivors of torture and war trauma in a respectful and trust-building manner; Willingness and excitement about working with culturally diverse populations, including people in poverty and people from other regions of the world; Attention to detail; Strong written and verbal communication skills; Fluent Spanish or French is highly preferred.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: We are open M-F 8:30 - 5 pm. Either full morning or full afternoon slots are preferred.

Location: The Advocates for Human Rights 330 2nd Ave S #800 Minneapolis, MN 55401

Audubon Minnesota - Education & Conservation Associate

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: Audubon Minnesota is a state office of the National Audubon Society. Established in 1979, Audubon Minnesota shares Audubon's 100-year heritage of working to protect our environment. Our mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. Audubon Minnesota offers a comprehensive approach to conservation that achieves results by working in the areas of bird conservation, education and policy and across three levels of engagement - local, state, and national.

Job Title: Education & Conservation Associate

Overview/Description of the Position: The student worker will help the Education Coordinator at Saint Paul Parks and Recreation develop, implement, and evaluate environmental education for a wide audience and work collaboratively with other Natural Resources staff to enhance bird conservation efforts in Saint Paul parkland through networking, outreach, research, and fieldwork.

Specific Duties: With assistance from the Education Coordinator, the student worker will: 1) Design, implement, and evaluate a series of bird conservation education programs for the public 2) Facilitate environmental education activities with school groups, volunteers, and at events (especially 3rd-12th grade youth) 3) Collaborate with Natural Resource staff and partners to research best practices in bird conservation and education 4) Conduct research, outreach, and relationship-building, especially with currently underserved populations in relation to environmental education programs in Saint Paul.

Qualifications: • Excellent interpersonal, public speaking, and program facilitation skills • Interest in working with people from diverse backgrounds and ages • Basic knowledge and strong interest in birds, natural resources, environmental issues, and environmental education • Interest in innovative program development • Excellent written communication • Ability to work collaboratively with a team and complete work independently • Physically able to work outdoors in all seasons, including light to moderate hiking, and lift up to 50 pounds

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Primarily weekdays between 9am and 4:30pm (specific times flexible) with some evening and weekend hours

Location: Work will take place at the Natural Resources office location and at various Saint Paul parks. Office location: City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Central Service Facility 1100 North Hamline Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55108

Breakthrough Twin Cities - Family Connector

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: Breakthrough Twin Cities has a dual mission to serve highly-motivated, under-served students from the Twin Cities on their path to college graduation, while exciting future educators and education advocates. We serve 7th - 12th grade students outside of school time, and hire high school and college students to teach during our 9-week summer program.

Job Title: Family Connector

Overview/Description of the Position: The Family Connector is a new position that has been created thanks to feedback received from Breakthrough parents and Families. This position will focus on our incoming 7th grade Breakthrough class. Family Connectors will serve students and families by conducting check ins to assess and advocate for services as needed, support students and BTC staff at Saturday Sessions, and gather data to track student and family needs and progress.

Specific Duties: 1. Under the supervision of the Student Services Coordinator, provide basic case management skills to a cohort of 7th grade students. a. Conduct check-ins with students and families. b. Be familiar with resources in and around the Twin Cities to connect students with. c. Work with students to achieve academic and social-emotional success. 2. Provide support for school-year Breakthrough Twin Cities Program a. Assist program staff in planning, preparing, and implementing Saturday sessions. 3. Assist in tracking assessment and enrollment data for students.

Qualifications: 1. 8-10 hours per week with one day spent working on-site (hours are flexible). 2. Attendance one Saturday morning per month for middle school Saturday Sessions. 3. Desire and ability to work with students and families from diverse backgrounds. 4. Ability to work both independently and part of a team. 5. Desire to be part of high-quality, high-expectations team. 6. Good computer skills, including but not limited to Excel, Word, and various database tools.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible

Location: 2051 Larpenteur Ave E St. Paul MN 55106

Center for Victims of Torture - New Tactics Student Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: A program of the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT), New Tactics began because CVT recognized how complex the systems are that allow torture and other human rights abuses to persist. In order to address such challenging human rights violations, CVT and others would need to be strategic and use a broad range of tactics and collaborations. The Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1985 to provide direct care to survivors of politically motivated torture and members of their families.

Job Title: New Tactics Student Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The New Tactics in Human Rights project (www.newtactics.org) offers a unique experience for a student assistant to work with an international human rights project that promotes tactical sharing, innovation and collaboration among human rights practitioners around the world. This position presents an opportunity to not only work with a project that promotes collaboration among the global human rights community, but be a part of this community themselves.

Specific Duties: 1. Connect with human rights practitioners in a variety of ways – gathering information prior to online dialogues, during the dialogues themselves, and sometimes in terms of follow-up for clarifications on tactical experiences and successes. 2. Research human rights organizations and tactics 3. Write/edit summaries of tactical case studies 4. Maintain and help develop the tactical database 5. Assist in promotional activities: eNewsletter, blogs, articles, etc. 6. Assist with management of the New Tactics interactive website

Qualifications: 1. An interest in human rights 2. Experience conducting online research 3. Excellent writing and communication skills 4. Organized and detail-oriented 5. Computer skills - internet, Word, Excel, and/or website development 6. Desirable but not essential: lanaguage capacity in Arabic, French, Spanish, or other language

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Minimum of 8-10 hours/week

Location: 2356 University Ave W, St Paul (corner of Raymond Avenue), Suite 430 (4th floor) By car: Go north on Snelling to University Ave. Take a left (West) on University Ave to Raymond Avenue. 2356 University Ave is located on the southeast corner of University Ave and Raymond. NOTE: The entrance to the building is from the parking lot at the back of the building, there is no entrance on University Avenue. By bus: 84 SNELLING AV / ROSEDALE to University Ave, then take 50 LTD STOP / MINNEAPOLIS / UNIV AV or 16 UNIV AV / MINNEAPOLIS going west (get down at Raymond Avenue bus stop) Building is across the street - Southwest corner of University Ave and Raymond. NOTE: The entrance to the building is from the parking lot at the back of the building, there is no entrance on University Avenue).

Cycles for Change - Program Assisstant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The mission of Cycles for Change is to build a diverse and empowered community of bicyclists. C4C seeks to specifically engage traditionally under-represented communities – including women, people of color, immigrants, and low-income community members – to ensure that the health, financial, and environmental benefits of bicycling are shared equitably. C4C’s programming, youth engagement, and leadership development initiatives provide participants with access to a bicycle, train them in safe and confident riding techniques, and engage participants as community leaders fighting for improved bicycling conditions in St. Paul. We offer programming to empower people and to provide access to transportation.

Job Title: Program Assisstant

Overview/Description of the Position: Cycles for Change is committed to empowering participants to be confident bicycle users by providing them with the mechanical knowledge they need to keep riding. The Program Assistant will be responsible for teaching others and helping them get rolling.

Specific Duties: Assist users of open shop. Instruct them in bicycle repair and answer their questions. Assign another qualified volunteer to show and instruct shop users as needed. Manage users and volunteers during open shop. Make sure everyone is following the rules and getting the help they need. Assign tasks to volunteers and people doing work-trade. Provide direction to volunteers during Monday Volunteer Night and help accomplish tasks identified for volunteers including kids bike repair and shop organization. Assist in sales during Open Shop and Volunteer Night. Help keep the shop neat and organized. Help co-teach classes

Qualifications: Dress appropriate for working on bicycles. Closed toe shoes. Good organizational skills Punctual Commitment to teaching Ability to delegate tasks

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Evenings and Weekends

Location: 712 University Ave W, St. Paul, Mn 55104

EXPO Elementary School - Classroom Tutor/Mentor

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: EXPO is an urban elementary public school serving 720 students, grades pre-k through 5. Our student population is 49% white, 22% African American, 12% Southeast Asian, 9% Latino and a small representation of Somali families. We offer band, art, music, science, gifted and talented services, and after school enrichment classes. We believe in "whole child" experiential, hands-on learning, two-year relationships with educators and strong partnerships with our parents and surrounding community businesses and institutions.

Job Title: Classroom Tutor/Mentor

Overview/Description of the Position: EXPO offers student employees an opportunity to give the precious gift of time and attention to the children of our community! You are invited to become a part of an elementary classroom, get to know those children, be a role model, join in the learning, fun, and social interactions. You may be tutoring EXPO students in math, listening to them read, leading a small book club or helping them stay focused on a class projects. Watch as a child blossoms with joy and confidence through small victories and starts down the road to becoming a successful adult as a result of the time and attention you gave them.

Specific Duties: 1. Tutoring one-on-one in math. 2. Listening to children practice reading, reading to students, or reading in a small group together. 3. Helping a student stay focused on a classroom assignment or task. 4. Assisting with classroom organization, bulletin boards, materials preparation when appropriate.

Qualifications: Must speak, write, read English comfortably. Must enjoy working with children. Must be able to make and honor a weekly commitment.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 8:30-3:00 PM

Location: 540 Warwick Street S. St. Paul, MN 55116 Go South on Snelling Ave to Randolph, turn left at Randolph, go 3 blocks to Warwick St. and turn right. EXPO (Also Harriet Bishop Learning Center) is the large tan building on the left.

Family Tree Clinic - Sexual Health Educator and Advocate

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: Family Tree Clinic was founded by Macalester College students and teachers, health professionals and community leaders in 1971. Their goal was to serve the thousands of teens and adults in the area neglected by the traditional health care system. From the beginning our founders based their philosophy of care on the needs of the community, including maintaining a volunteer Board of Directors. Many of those who serve on our board are patients, community members and health care professionals. Our Board of Directors and founders brought a unique perspective to the field of family planning health care – they put an emphasis on education and outreach. Today, in addition to our clinical services, Family Tree Clinic is proud to offer community education programs, education services for the Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing, rewarding volunteer opportunities, and a strong focus on accessibility. We work to keep our services accessible, confidential and affordable and to stay involved in the community. Family Tree Clinic is now the largest provider of reproductive health care in Ramsey County. To this day addressing the needs of the community is our biggest inspiration and goal.

Job Title: Sexual Health Educator and Advocate

Overview/Description of the Position: The Sexual Health Educator and Advocate will be responsible for conducting in-clinic Patient Education, promoting off-site testing, and developing outreach education opportunities.

Specific Duties: The responsibilities of the Sexual Health Educator and Advocate at Family Tree Clinic will be split between three primary priorities. 1. Patient Education The student worker will spend approximately 20 hours doing training to lead preventive screenings for sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy testing for Family Tree Clinic patients. This training will be spread over the course of one semester and will be very hands on in nature. While the training is in progress, the student will work with experienced Patient Educators and the Volunteer Coordinator to better understand the process. 2. Testing at Macalester The student worker will also be responsible for the organization and administration of off-site testing at Macalester. This responsibility will include promoting the events, reserving space to conduct the events, and working with the Volunteer Coordinator to plan the details of the events. 3. Education at Macalester The student worker will also be responsible for the organization and administration of education seminars at Macalester. This responsibility will include promoting the events, reserving space to conduct the events, and working with the Volunteer Coordinator to design the educational goals and evaluation.

Qualifications: Candidates for this position must be passionate about access to sexual health information and sexual health care. The position also requires someone who is excellent at communicating with both patients and coworkers, someone who is self-directed and someone who is compassionate.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: The preferred times are quite flexible. The clinic is open Monday and Wednesday from 8am-8:30pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 8am-5pm, and Saturday from 10am-2pm. The Sexual Health Educator and Advocate can work during any of these times.

Location: Family Tree Clinic 1619 Dayton Avenue Suite 205 Saint Paul, MN 55104

Fred Wells Tennis and Education Center - Tennis2College Program Facilitator

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The Fred Wells Tennis and Education Center is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit incorporated in 2002 by our founding benefactor, Fred Wells, who had a vision for an community center that provides access to tennis, education, and life skill development for all, particularly underserved youth. The facility has eight tennis courts, a fitness center, a computer lab, and over 4000 square feet of classrooms for use by the public and by our educational enrichment programs. Our mission is to empower youth to be successful on and off the court through tennis and education activities that challenge them mentally, academically, physically and socially.

Job Title: Tennis2College Program Facilitator

Overview/Description of the Position: The Tennis2College Program Facilitator will assist in the design, implementation, and evaluation of one of the following Tennis2College afterschool programs: NO TENNIS EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED! Citizens of the Court (grades 3-5) TopSpin (grades 6-8) Wells Academy (grades 9-12) The Tennis2College Program Facilitator is a key member of the Tennis2College (T2C) team. T2C serves 350+ young people annually in grades 3-12. T2C programs help students become productive and healthy young citizens. T2C programs are offered to Twin City youth at little or no cost, as over 85% of participants live in economically disadvantaged households.

Specific Duties: The Tennis2College Program Facilitator for the Citizens of the Court, TopSpin, or Wells Academy program is responsible for the following functions: • Assist in developing, facilitating and evaluating the program • Help implement curriculum that fosters: positive interpersonal relationships; life skills; leadership; academic enrichment; service learning and physical fitness. • Over the course of the school year, create and lead at least eight 30-40 minute lesson plans that follow the curriculum above. • Assist in supervising program volunteers • Coordinate Macalester College campus visit with youth afterschool group • Provide feedback in planning sessions, program debriefs and staff meetings

Qualifications: • Minimum of one year successful experience working with youth • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form • Strong interpersonal skills • Willingness to engage in physical activities with youth. No tennis experience is required!

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Citizens of the Court Program (grades 3-5)/TopSpin Program (grades 6-8): Mondays/Wednesdays 2-6pm OR Tuesdays/Thursdays 2-6pm (worker’s choice) *Hours are generally flexible outside of the 2 hour afternoon program time which runs from 2:30pm to 4:30pm W

Location: 100 Federal Drive Saint Paul, MN 55111

Irreducible Grace Foundation - Program Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The vision of our organization is to assist youth emerging from foster care to plan for and achieve success in college, career, and life. Our work is carried out through our mission: To increase the awareness of youth emerging from foster care to educational requirements, career fields, and entry-level work experiences. To connect youth emerging from foster care to local, regional, and national resources to assist them in entering and completing requirements for college entry, career training, or a professional field.

Job Title: Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Irreducible Grace Foundation is a new non-profit in Saint Paul that aims to assist youth emerging out of the foster care system to achieve success in planning, preparing and completing college, career or professional opportunities. The Program Assistant would play a vital role in ensuring the voice, needs, and desires of the youth are the focus of the programmatic offerings, yet to be developed, of the organization. The Program Assistant would help the organization to be aware of and network with other community resource provides on behalf of the population of youth to be served.

Specific Duties: * Perform a gap analysis of current services and resources within the Twin Cities to support youth emerging from the foster care system. * Work with the Executive Director to engage various community members, but especially, youth in or emerging from foster care in discussions related to the needs of this population in preparing for and completing steps to post secondary. * Record group discussion data to be shared with program development staff, potential grant funders, and social service agencies. * Assist in developing and implementing programmatic offerings and awareness events. * Assist with grant research and writing, if desired.

Qualifications: Must be open to interacting with racially, ethnically, and socioeconomic diverse populations of youth/young adults, ages 16-24. Have the ability to conduct on-line research, in person interviews, facilitate (in partnership) small group discussions and produce notes of such activities to be shared. Able to think critically about the potential impact of various programming or systems requirements related to youth receiving support. Have the ability to complete tasks while also having a healthy sense of enjoyment.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible, some evening meetings

Location: 585 Fuller Ave. St. Paul, MN 55103

Jane Addams School for Democracy - Spanish Circle/East African Circle Worker

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: JAS is a community-based education and democracy initiative aimed at rebuilding our democracy where everyone is a teacher and a learner. The core of our work is our learning circles with immigrant residents, college students, and other interested people on Mondays and Wednesday evenings.

Job Title: Spanish Circle/East African Circle Worker

Overview/Description of the Position: The worker will first of all be a member of the Spanish Circle or East African Circle on Monday and Wednesday evenings. In the Circle, they will be a co-facilitator of dialogues and partner study time. Finally, the worker will work on projects developed with her or his supervisor and the JAS planning group that contribute to the success of JAS.

Specific Duties: -Participate in Spanish Circle or East African Circle -Assist in facilitating and/or interpreting bilingual dialogues -Support learning pairs to pursue individual education goals -Orient and support ongoing college student involvement in JAS -Be a ongoing member of overall JAS planning -Work on JAS projects that relate to worker’s interests

Qualifications: -Desire to develop relationships with immigrants -Some experience in teaching or learning another language -Experience facilitating or leading groups -Spanish or Somali speaking ability and formal or informal translation experience preferred but not required

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 4:30-8:30pm Mon and Wed

Location: 209 W. Page Street, St. Paul, MN 55107

Jean Lyle Children's Center - Teacher Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: We are a small, non profit school serving 50-60 families in the Macalester/Merriam Park area, providing 3 half day preschool classes and one half day kindergarten. Our mission statement is (in part), "At Jean Lyle Children's Center we provide a safe and nurturing school environment for children 3-6 years old to make friends and choices, to take joy in learning, to be both independent and cooperative and to learn through play. In a setting of respect and acceptance, we provide a transition from the family to the larger world...". Our school is in its 34th year since leaving the Macalester campus where it was the college lab school for many years.

Job Title: Teacher Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: This position offers the opportunity to work as a teacher assistant at a one-of-a kind, small preschool/kindergarten, in a very nurturing environment, to be a part of an educational team, to make a meaningful contribution to students and staff, and to experience the unique benefits that come from spending time with young children. The job involves helping in the classroom by positively and respectfully interacting with young children (ages 3-6) in their play and working with them individually and in small groups, assisting with projects and art activities, reading stories, playing games, etc.

Specific Duties: 1. Engaging and interacting with small groups of children or individuals in both child chosen and teacher directed activities. 2. Helping children learn how to share, take turns, enter and sustain play, be independent and be a good friend/community member. 3. Assist with preparation of classroom projects. 4. Assist with light clean up of materials and classroom (washing paint brushes, putting things away, etc.) 5. Being an involved, contributing classroom participant.

Qualifications: 1. Love of young children is a MUST. Experience working with them is helpful. 2. Willingness to work with a team of teachers and a variety of families. 3. Sense of humor, flexibility, reliability and initiative. 4. Professional attitude.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: School hours are: Morning Preschool: 9:00-11:30. Afternoon Preschool/Kindergarten: 12:30-3:15. Work hours are usually in 4 hour increments and need to cover either morning or afternoon school hours.

Location: Our school is at 130 N. Howell Ave. (Howell and Laurel Aves.) in St. Paul. We are located in St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Directions: From Snelling Ave, go west (toward the river/Minneapolis) on Summit Ave. to Howell Ave. which is 2 blocks past Fairview. Turn right on Howell and go to Laurel. Enter through the red door by the alley. Jean Lyle is about 1 mile from Mac and many of our Mac students walk or bike.

Minnesota AIDS Project - MAP Program Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The Minnesota AIDS Project (MAP) is a statewide non-profit organization serviing Minnesotans since 1983. MAP's mission is to lead Minnesota's fight to stop HIV through advocay, education, and service.

Job Title: MAP Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The student will be a MAP Programs Assistant. This position will assist in direct activities of the Minnesota AIDS Project, specifically by providing front desk/reception duties and assistng the Every Penny Counts Emergency Assistance (EPCEA) Coordinator with the day to day operations of the emergency financial assistance program. This will include assisting directly with clients and agency visitors through reception desk responsibilities, assisting with client satistaction surveys, and processing emergency financial assistance requests for EPCEA clients.

Specific Duties: 1. Recieving and processing client requests for emergency financial assistance in order to reduce financial burdens and emergencies for HIV positive individuals living in Minnesota. 2. Staffing the reception desk, answering phone and directing calls, greeting and assisting agency clients and visitors accordingly. 3. Understanding and complying to the agency's confidentiality guidelines. 4. Assisting with other projects of other agency programs if needed or as appropriate.

Qualifications: 1. Comfort working with diverse populations. 2. Experience with customer service, sexual health issues and/or social services preferred but not required. 3. Comfort working with on line databases and working with Microsoft Office programs.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Monday - Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM

Location: 1400 Park Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Minnesota Internship Center Charter High School - Health Advocate

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The Minnesota Internship Center is a charter high school with multiple locations in Minneapolis. MNIC serves predominantly low-income African American students who are motivated to earn their high school diploma despite facing many barriers to their education, including generational poverty, compound community trauma, teen pregnancy, homelessness, and many healthy disparities. MNIC strives to provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students, addressing holistic student needs.

Job Title: Health Advocate

Overview/Description of the Position: Macalester student employees will work as Health Advocates at MNIC. Health Advocates are valuable members of the MNIC Student Support Services Team. Health Advocates will work in a number of capacities at MNIC. To build rapport with students, Health Advocates will tutor regularly in the classroom. As they build relationships with MNIC students, Health Advocates will work one on one to refer students to health care and resources. In addition, each Health Advocate will work on a larger health project that fits their interests. In the past, Health Advocates have completed projects including facilitating a student health club, creating a guidebook for different insurance plans, and creating a PE volunteer program. Health Advocates also promote health literacy through planning and implementing monthly health themes such as Healthy Relationships or Diabetes Awareness. They create posters, learning games or invite guest speakers, etc

Specific Duties: Provide needed research on local health resources and health programs Work with students one to one on helping them find needed health resources Working with community health partners, helping to integrate their services into the MNIC school day Assessing health related needs of MNIC students Preparing health information presentations around monthly health themes Record student health concerns and advocacy activities Attend required training and support meetings

Qualifications: Applicants must have an interest in public health, social justice, and working with minority communities. Applicants must be flexible and able to work independently with minimal supervision, since their supervisor will not be on site consistently. Applicants must have strong communication skills and desire to make connections with MNIC students. This is a very non-traditional school and requires one to come in as a learner and with a non-judgmental attitude. Applicants must be available to work 8 - 10 hours per week, sometime between Monday - Friday and the hours of 8:30am - 3:00pm

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 2 - 3 times per week, sometime between 8:30am - 3:00pm

Location: Four MNIC sites (Minneapolis/St Paul proper): MNIC Sabathani 310 E. 38th Street Mpls, 55409 MNIC Downtown 511 Groveland Ave. Mpls, 55403 MNIC Unity 2507 Fremont Ave. N. Mpls, 55411 MNIC St Paul 1821 University Ave. Suite S-271 St Paul, 55104

Minnesota Literacy Council - Student Support Assistant

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The Open Door Learning Center—Lake Street is a program of the Minnesota Literacy Council, a statewide nonprofit organization providing life-changing literacy services for youth, children, and adults. Our adult learning center provides ESL (English as a Second Language) and Adult Basic Education classes, including Basic Math, Computer, GED and College Preparation classes. Our students are both native and non-native speakers of English from all over the world. At Lake St., most of our classes are volunteer-led, but some are taught by paid staff. We have morning, afternoon and evening programming Monday through Thursday, along with some programming on Friday mornings and early afternoons

Job Title: Student Support Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Student Support Assistant will provide direct, one-on-one support to our adult students to enable them to more effectively engage with their education.

Specific Duties: • Administer a distance-learning program, assisting students in completing online practice in a lab setting • Tutor adult students one-on-one to help improve their English, math, or computer skills • Teach or assist in an English-as-a-Second-Language or GED prep classroom, as needed • Help students connect with community resources that can help them solve problems for themselves and their families • Assist students in registering for classes and provide customer service in person and by phone • Complete a long-term project of choice, based on student’s strengths and interests.

Qualifications: • Experience working/interacting with many different cultural backgrounds and a strong interest in working with immigrants and/or refugees • Strong communication and organizational skills. • Self-starter/takes initiative.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible—ideally during our programming hours between 8:30 AM and 2:00 PM M-Th, or between 4:00 and 9:00 PM M-Th evenings

Location: 2700 E. Lake Street, Suite 2500 Minneapolis, MN 55406

Neighborhood House - Adult Education Program Specialist

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: Neighborhood House is a multicultural settlement house founded in 1897 by the women of Mount Zion Temple. Located on Saint Paul’s West Side, Neighborhood House was created to help Eastern European Jewish families settle in the Saint Paul area. During the past century, Neighborhood House has supported families from over 50 cultural and ethnic populations in times of transition or need. With each successive wave of newcomers—Mexican immigrants after World War II, Hmong refugees in the 1970s and 80s, and most recently Somalis and Karen—the demographic makeup of our service population has changed. What has not changed is our commitment to helping families move from “survive” to “thrive.” The Neighborhood House mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive in diverse communities. We achieve this mission by meeting basic needs and offering lifelong learning opportunities that create pathways out of poverty.

Job Title: Adult Education Program Specialist

Overview/Description of the Position: This worker will often be the first face new participants see when they come to Neighborhood House. The Program Specialist will welcome new participants to the program, facilitate intake and placement in ELL and GED classes, help participants set learning and life goals, conduct new participant orientation to the program, and, if schedule allows, follow up with learners about goals progress. Help new participants on their journey towards self-sufficency!

Specific Duties: Duties: 1. Greet incoming learners and assist them with enrollment paperwork 2. Administer and score CASAS and TABE tests for new learners 3. Complete an interview with learners to create Personal Education Plan 4. Place learners in the appropriate class based on their goals and assessment results 5. Assist participants with childcare papers as necessary 6. Provide tours and explain classroom expectations 7. Enter learners in the MABE database 8. Create, organize, and maintain learner files Benefits: 1. Form dynamic relationships with people from many cultures 2. Help welcome and adjust newly arrived families to their new life in the United States 3. Gain experience in English Language teaching, volunteer management, program coordination and data entry 4. Develop a greater understanding of non-profit organizations 5. Learn about literacy and cultural challenges for non-native English speakers 6. Enjoy a strong support system and stimulating team environment 7. Have fun, make new friends, learn about yourself and your own creativity

Qualifications: 1. Strong attention to details, dependable, prompt 2. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills in English 3. Proficient computer skills (including Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail) 4. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team 5. Demonstrates ability to work and communicate effectively with people of diverse economic, racial and cultural backgrounds 6. Maintain confidentiality of all program participants in accordance with data privacy laws, standards and ethics 7. Bilingual in English and Spanish, Amharic, Somali, Hmong, Tigrinya, Oromo or Karen a plus

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible to student class schedule!

Location: Wellstone Center for Community Building 179 Robie Street Saint Paul, MN 55107

Neighborhood House - Children’s Literacy Activities Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Neighborhood House is a multicultural settlement house founded in 1897 by the women of Mount Zion Temple. Located on Saint Paul’s West Side, Neighborhood House was created to help Eastern European Jewish families settle in the Saint Paul area. During the past century, Neighborhood House has supported families from over 50 cultural and ethnic populations in times of transition or need. With each successive wave of newcomers—Mexican immigrants after World War II, Hmong refugees in the 1970s and 80s, and most recently Somalis and Karen—the demographic makeup of our service population has changed. What has not changed is our commitment to helping families move from “survive” to “thrive.” The Neighborhood House mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive in diverse communities. We achieve this mission by meeting basic needs and offering lifelong learning opportunities that create pathways out of poverty.

Job Title: Children’s Literacy Activities Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Children’s Literacy Activities Assistant aids in the planning and execution of games, crafts, reading and other learning activities for children between the ages of 0-4 years while their parents are attending English or GED classes. The children are non-native English speakers from immigrant and refugee families who need help preparing for kindergarten and elementary school.

Specific Duties: Duties: 1. Provide safe, enriching and fun environment for children 2. Plan and lead activities with the children’s group 3. Collaborate with classroom volunteers as appropriate 4. Provide attendance and activities reports as requested by the Program Coordinator 5. Other program specific duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator or Director Benefits: 1. Form dynamic relationships with many diverse people 2. Learn about cultures from around the world 3. Help children adjust to life in the United States 4. Gain experience in Early Childhood Development, education and school readiness 5. Use your creativity to meet children’s learning needs 6. Learn about literacy and cultural challenges for non-native English speakers 7. Enjoy a strong support system and stimulating team environment 8. Have fun, make new friends, learn about yourself and your own creativity

Qualifications: 1. Strong attention to details, dependable, prompt 2. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills in English 3. Proficient computer skills (including Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail) 4. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team 5. Demonstrates ability to work and communicate effectively with people of diverse economic, racial and cultural backgrounds 6. Maintain confidentiality of all program participants in accordance with data privacy laws, standards and ethics 7. Bilingual in English and Spanish, Amharic, Somali, Hmong, Tigrinya, Oromo or Karen a plus

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible to student class schedule!

Location: Wellstone Center for Community Building 179 Robie Street Saint Paul, MN 55107

Neighborhood House - Basic Needs Worker

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Neighborhood House is a multicultural settlement house founded in 1897 by the women of Mount Zion Temple. Located on Saint Paul’s West Side, Neighborhood House was created to help Eastern European Jewish families settle in the Saint Paul area. During the past century, Neighborhood House has supported families from over 50 cultural and ethnic populations in times of transition or need. With each successive wave of newcomers—Mexican immigrants after World War II, Hmong refugees in the 1970s and 80s, and most recently Somalis and Karen—the demographic makeup of our service population has changed. What has not changed is our commitment to helping families move from “survive” to “thrive.” The Neighborhood House mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive in diverse communities. We achieve this mission by meeting basic needs and offering lifelong learning opportunities that create pathways out of poverty.

Job Title: Basic Needs Worker

Overview/Description of the Position: Worker will conduct participant interviews and assessments, provide information and referrals, and assist with food shelf operations, help participants shop for food in our choice model food shelf, and help restock shelves.

Specific Duties: 1. Conduct intake assessment of participants for Neighborhood House 2. Attend regular group supervisions, individual supervisions, and team meetings once a month. 3. Select and refers participants to other community resources. 4. Perform site visits to community resources as necessary. 5. Observe Neighborhood House staff during a home visit, if desired 6. Assist with seasonal programs such as Operation Joy, Thanksgiving Baskets, March Food Drive 7. Assist in the food shelf, including lifting up to 30 pounds 8. Conduct client satisfaction surveys or other consumer input regarding services, participate in staff development trainings and staff trainings 9. Perform other duties as assigned by the Basic Needs Manager or Coordinator

Qualifications: 1. Strong attention to details, dependable, prompt 2. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills in English 3. Proficient computer skills (including Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail) 4. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team 5. Demonstrates ability to work and communicate effectively with people of diverse economic, racial and cultural backgrounds 6. Maintain confidentiality of all program participants in accordance with data privacy laws, standards and ethics 7. Bilingual in English and Spanish, Amharic, Somali, Hmong, Tigrinya, Oromo or Karen a plus

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible to student class schedule!

Location: Wellstone Center for Community Building 179 Robie Street Saint Paul, MN 55107

Our Saviour's Community Services - Student Advocate

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Overview/Description of the Organization: The English Learning Center is a non-profit school providing basic English, math, computer and citizenship preparation classes (among others!) to more than 375 adult immigrant and refugee students each year. We rely on more than 150 volunteers to teach all of our many classes.

Job Title: Student Advocate

Overview/Description of the Position: Student Advocate This position is responsible for providing support to and advocacy on behalf of ELC students so that they can better meet their goals. This is a relatively new position and the ideal candidate will be flexible and willing to help grow the position. Likely tasks might include helping students to understand documents or fill out forms, helping students to access community resources, or organizing students so that they can act as resources to each other. Other projects may be assigned depending on the skills and interests of the applicant and the needs of the English Learning Center.

Specific Duties: Duties for this position are likely to be widely varied and depending on the unique needs of individual students. Duties might include: helping students understand their personal mail and fill out forms; connecting students with community resources; accompanying students to access community resources; assist with employment related activities (filling out job applications, writing resumes, job searching, etc.); and perhaps organizing students to act as resources for one another (eg. connecting students with one another for ride-share to and from school or a "walking school bus", starting parent support groups, or organizing a student council).

Qualifications: This position requires an extremely responsible and mature individual who is able to work independently, problem-solve quickly, and who has a good sense of ethics and boundaries. This person should be interested in immigrant and refugee issues and have a strong desire to work within international communities. This person must feel comfortable working across linguistic and cultural barriers. Additional language skills a plus.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: This person must be available at least once a week in the morning (anytime between 8:30am and 1pm) and at least once a week in the evening (sometime between 5pm and 9pm). Work days are Monday - Thursday, at least twice per week. We will do our best to wor

Location: 2315 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404 We are located just a few blocks from the Midtown Global Market, right on the #5 bus line, and not far from the 2, 9, and 14.

Our Saviour's Community Services - AM Computer Lab Coordinator

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Overview/Description of the Organization: The English Learning Center is a non-profit school providing basic English, math, computer and citizenship preparation classes (among others!) to more than 375 adult immigrant and refugee students each year. We rely on more than 150 volunteers to teach all of our many classes.

Job Title: AM Computer Lab Coordinator

Overview/Description of the Position: AM Computer Lab Coordinator This position is responsible for teaching basic computer classes two mornings per week, managing the morning open computer lab sessions, maintaining the computer lab, and occasionally substitute teaching morning English classes in the event of a teacher absence. Other projects may be available depending on the skills and interests of the student and the needs of the English Learning Center.

Specific Duties: Duties will include regularly teaching a basic computer class two mornings per week; supervising open computer lab and actively assisting students in the lab as they develop their technology skills; assisting students using the computer to study other subjects (English, math, citizenship, etc.); keeping computers in good working order and keeping the lab organized; monitoring student attendance; occasionally substitute teaching English classes in the event of a teacher absence. Duties might include curriculum updates or other special projects depending on the skills and interests of the student and the needs of the ELC.

Qualifications: This person will be an important part of the morning team at the ELC. They should have strong computer skills, a solid work ethic that keeps them on track even when working independently, and an ability to reach out to a class of students to keep each on engaged and working toward their goals.This person should be interested in immigrant and refugee issues and have a strong desire to work within international communities. This person must feel comfortable working across linguistic and cultural barriers. Additional language skills a plus.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Ideally, this person would be available twice a week from 8am - 1pm Monday - Thursday. If this is not feasible, we will work with a candidate to find a suitable schedule, provided they can be present during the hours our AM computer lab students are prese

Location: 2315 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404 We are located just a few blocks from the Midtown Global Market, right on the #5 bus line, and not far from the 2, 9, and 14.

Patrick's Cabaret - Box Office Manager

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Patrick's Cabaret is a small theater in Midtown Minneapolis that focuses on emerging and experimental work. Our shows typically consist of six unrelated acts in a cabaret format. The mission of Patrick's Cabaret is to support artists in their growth and development by encouraging artists of all experience levels to try new things, specifically reaching out to artists of color, GLBT/queer-identified artists and those with different abilities.

Job Title: Box Office Manager

Overview/Description of the Position: The student worker will attend all Cabaret events and run the box office: help set up and take down the theater seating (before and after performance), sell tickets and concessions, make coffee and display concessions, manage nightly volunteers, ticket taking, general clean up. There is also room for growth in this position into areas a student may have interest, including community outreach, marketing, grant writing or non-profit organizational management.

Specific Duties: Manage the box office volunteers Set up and take down of theater seating Assist in the clean up of the theater after events Sell tickets and concessions at shows Other duties as requested by students

Qualifications: Outgoing Flexible Able to multi-task Able to work independently or with minimal supervision Able to attend weekend evening performances several times per month

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Friday and Saturday evenings

Location: Patrick's Cabaret 3010 Minnehaha Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55406

Pillsbury House Theatre (Pillsbury United Communities) - FANS Co-Advocate

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Further Achievment through a Network of Support (FANS) is a college prep program. We help students from different schools around Minneapolis prepare for the ACT/SAT, apply to collge, apply for financial aid, apply for scholarships and get them ready for all aspects of college from academics to social life. We also have a service learning aspect to the program where we go out and service the community. We also give scholarships to graduating seniors.

Job Title: FANS Co-Advocate

Overview/Description of the Position: Through weekly afterschool participation Furthering Acheivement through a Network of Support (FANS) gives teenagers opportunities to find scholarships, prepare for the ACT/SAT tests and look at career opportunities that line up with college programs. As a FANS Co-Advocate you will work directly with students in tutoring and leading at least one college related session.

Specific Duties: Tutoring Some Food Prep Asissting with college related sessions Input on lesson plan Leading at least 1 session

Qualifications: Currently a college student with at least a 2.7 GPA.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Wednesdays 3:30-8:30 (possibly other days of the week)

Location: 3501 Chicago Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, 55407

Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota - Patient Support Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Planned Parenthood is a trusted provider of affordable reproductive health care services, education and advocacy for women, men, teens and families. We are a non-profit community-based organization whose volunteers help fulfill our mission to affirm the human right to reproductive health and freedom.

Job Title: Patient Support Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: Patient Support Assistants play an essential role in ensuring excellent patient care at Planned Parenthood's new Vandalia clinic in St. Paul (near University and Vandalia), a facility that provides abortion services in addition to a range of other reproductive health care services. The student worker provides assistance with direct patient services (handholding during surgical procedures, assisting with breathing techniques, rooming patients), as well as some limited administrative help as needed.

Specific Duties: - Assist with patient flow tasks such as rooming patients - Handholding/assisting with breathing techniques during abortion procedures - Assist with check-in and paperwork, and other administrative tasks such as filing - Other tasks as needed by staff or as directed by student interest

Qualifications: - Interest in providing quality, confidential health care; friendly, cooperative and able to work well with others; able to work in a sometimes stressful, often high-paced environment - Some knowledge of reproduction, contraception, STIs, etc. is helpful - Must feel comfortable working in a surgical setting (not bothered by site of blood, medical instruments, etc.) - Must be able to provide proof of up-to-date immunizations

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Flexible availability M-F 10-4 preferred

Location: 671 Vandalia Street, St. Paul, MN 55114

Project for Pride in Living (PPL) - Homework 'n Hoops Mentor/Program Asst.

Name of Organization:Project for Pride in Living (PPL)

Overview/Description of the Organization: Project for Pride in Living (PPL) is a nonprofit community organization founded in 1973. We serve over 17,000 Twin Cities residents annually with a variety of integrated services. Our mission is to work with individuals and families with lower incomes to achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing, employment training, support services and education/youth programs.

Job Title: Homework 'n Hoops Mentor/Program Asst.

Overview/Description of the Position: PPL’s Homework ‘n’ Hoops program strives to provide high quality mentoring for low income students living in South Minneapolis, serving students from 1st-12th grade. The Youth Mentor/Program Assistant will work one-on-one with a student, helping the student build academic and social skills. The Youth Mentor/Program Asst. will also serve an important role as a liaison between program staff and volunteer mentors. As a member of both the staff team and the mentor team, this student will help staff identify, refine, and devise plans to replicate best practices. The Youth Mentor/PA will also help staff identify areas for ongoing mentor trainings and help to develop those trainings.

Specific Duties: •Mentor an elementary school-aged student throughout the year, working to build strong academic and social skills and promoting goal setting and positive behaviors. •Build positive, supportive relationships with participants. •Assist with identifying, refining, and replicating best practices. •Communicate with program staff about volunteer mentors’ needs and experiences. •Assist in planning and leading volunteer development sessions. •Assist in planning family nights and build positive relationships with participants’ families. •Provide transportation for youth in a 15-passenger van.* •May be asked to lead gym or craft activity, depending on needs and interests.

Qualifications: •Experience working or volunteering with youth preferred *Background check and references required *Prefer student who is willing/able to drive van route as part of duties-clean driving record for 3 years, current drivers' license. Training provided. *

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 2-3 afterrnoon/evening sessions per week (to be determined between supervisor and student)

Location: Bethlehem Community Center, 2539 Pleasant Ave. S, Mpls. 55404

Project for Pride in Living (PPL) - Family Literacy Program Assistant

Name of Organization:Project for Pride in Living (PPL)

Overview/Description of the Organization: Project for Pride in Living (PPL) is a nonprofit community organization founded in 1973. We serve over 17,000 Twin Cities residents annually with a variety of integrated services. Our mission is to work with individuals and families with lower incomes to achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing, employment training, support services and education/youth programs.

Job Title: Family Literacy Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Family Literacy Program engages families in PPL's housing sites to work together towards success in school and in life for youth. The twice-weekly after-school program setting provides focused literacy skill development, 1:1 college and community mentors, supervision and engagement by licensed teachers and professional youth development staff and enrichment activities. The program aims to develop self-sufficiency in students and increase reading skills to grade level or above. Program sites are coordinated by PPL staff together with a work study/intern team of 4-5 students, who plan, prepare, and implement all program activities together. Activities may include 1:1 tutoring, small group activities, literacy games, field trips, digital literacy projects, and art/science/cooking/cultural projects.

Specific Duties: 1. Serve as a mentor/tutor to one or more youth in the program. 2. Work as a team with the program coordinator and other student workers to plan and prepare all program activities and materials. 3. Serve as a resource to volunteer mentors/tutors, providing supervision, support, and training as needed to ensure success. 4. May work with and provide leadership to a subset of youth depending on program enrollment (pre-K, teens). 5. Drive a van route (if qualified) to transport youth to/from PPL housing sites and Obama Elementary (training provided). *6. If student is returning to the position, additional responsibilities will be determined between the supervisor and student based on student interest and program needs.*

Qualifications: Experience working with or volunteering with youth preferred (mentoring, tutoring, camp counseling, etc.) Willing/able to drive van route preferred (current drivers' license and clean driving record) Interest in youth empowerment/bridging the achievement gap Able to work as part of a team to maintain a safe, supportive, challenging program environment for youth

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Schedule to be determined between supervisor and student. Program schedule is Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 pm. Student will need to be available for a determined amount of time before and after program sessions, plus any additional hours arranged f

Location: PPL Service Center, 1035 E. Franklin Ave., Mpls. and Obama Elementary School, 707 Holly Ave., St Paul

Ronald M. Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning - Digital Education Lab Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: The Hubbs Center offers a variety of classes onsite, in the community and via distance learning. Classes provide opportunities to prepare for post secondary and/or employment while students improve their basic skills such as English reading, writing, and speaking skills, and preparing for the GED.

Job Title: Digital Education Lab Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: Tutor adult immigrants/refugees/ GED students in basic computer use both in a classroom (assisting a teacher) and open lab setting. Potential opportunity to tutor students individually, as well.

Specific Duties: 1. Arrive regularly and puctually as scheduled for your shift 2. Work cooperatively with staff to determine best approaches in the lab. 3. Assist adult learners in the computer lab as needed with online materials. 4. Provide encouragement and support to learners. 5. Complete reports as requested by coordinator (attendance, progress,etc.) 6. Manage sign-in/out of students during shift 7. Other lab tasks as needed

Qualifications: 1. Able to speak, read and write in English. 2. Dependable, prompt, patient, flexible. 3. Respectful of differences; able to respect confidentiality. 4. Basic Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, internet, etc.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: M - Th 8:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m (arrange times within this timeframe)

Location: 1030 University Ave. St. Paul, MN 55104 By car: Go north on Snelling to University Ave. , Turn right on University Ave., Right on Oxford (One block east of Lexington) By bus: #4 North to Snelling, transfer to #16 at University Ave. (Eastbound) get off at Oxford.

SPNN - Saint Paul Neighborhood Network - SPNN Youth Media Program Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Mission & Purpose: SPNN’s mission is to empower people to use media and communications to better lives, use authentic voice, and build common understanding. Similarly, SPNN Youth is a place for exploration and diverse voices, for artistic vision and award¬-winning quality. Our goal is to empower youth to find their voice, by offering the tools, training and access youth need to speak out on issues important to their lives.

Job Title: SPNN Youth Media Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Youth Media Program Assistant will work directly with youth in Set It Up, a teen-produced TV show. Set It Up began in 2000 after a group of high school students involved in a class at SPNN asked if they could keep creating media together. They saw a lack of after-school programming relevant to their interests, and wanted to produce media that represented their perspective. The program grew organically out of this conversation, and youth worked collaboratively with staff to develop a program that met their needs.

Specific Duties: Specific Duties of the Youth Media Program Assistant include: -Assist Set It Up coordinators with program planning and implementation -Mentor youth through the production process -Work to build community and develop leadership skills with teens from a variety of different backgrounds -Complete at least one media project (such as a training video, a photo essay, or a zine) -Organize and lead at least one training around technology, media literacy, or community engagement -Organize a panel of guest speakers from Macalester College -Assist with outreach, visibility, and public screenings -Attend weekly meetings with Set It Up Coordinators and provide feedback on the direction of the program

Qualifications: The SPNN Youth Media Program Assistant will work with a diverse population of youth engaged in programming at SPNN. The youth involved in our programs are predominantly low-income youth of color, from a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds. Experience working with youth of color, low-income youth, and having an understanding of general philosophies around youth development would be extremely helpful. To support the youth participants in classes, it would be beneficial if the intern has experience or at least a strong interest in video production, digital photography, and other forms of media. Experience with manual functions of cameras (exposure, white balance, gain, shutter speed), lighting, audio/music production, animation, or the Adobe Production suite would also prove relevant. An interest in social justice, community exploration, and/or media literacy is desired.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 2:30 – 5:30pm In addition, a weekly 30 minute check-in meeting would be scheduled, though the specific day/time for this is flexible.

Location: SPNN Headquarters 375 Jackson Street - Suite 250

St Paul Public Schools - ArtsLiteracy Assistant on the Racial Equity Team Of St Paul Public Schools

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Overview/Description of the Organization: We work in classrooms, lead professional development, and special programs, all guided by lens of equity. The work includes innovative approaches to literacy learning, activating student voice, creating authentic classroom communities, and arts based work such as spoken word poetry and social justice theater designed to increase student engagement and eliminate racial disparities. We serve 5th through 12 grade students and their teachers in St. Paul schools. We have a ten-year history of creating strong and effective programming specifically for African American Males. We lead workshops locally and nationally as well.

Job Title: ArtsLiteracy Assistant on the Racial Equity Team Of St Paul Public Schools

Overview/Description of the Position: We work in classrooms, lead professional development, and special programs, all guided by lens of equity. The work includes innovative approaches to literacy learning, activating student voice, creating authentic classroom communities, and arts based work such as spoken word poetry and social justice theater designed to increase student engagement and eliminate racial disparities. We serve 5th through 12 grade students and their teachers in St. Paul schools. We have a ten-year history of creating strong and effective programming specifically for African American Males. We lead workshops locally and nationally as well. Though arts based programming we are asking the questions: What are the root causes of inequity in education? What methods can we use to create more equitable classrooms What actions can we take WITH students to transform the school experience? Programing includes projects with all African American male classrooms, ArtsLiteracy projects in schools that transform teaching and learning, Social Justice theatre work that give students voice, an Absent Narrative Cohort bringing silenced voices into spaces so staff can witness, district wide staff development focused on critical race theory, the role of whiteness and the process of having courageous conversations about race. We are also building a team of SPPS of alumni to give them a platform to lead the work with their stories. We assist students and teachers in creating a variety of performance venues where student “show what they know” taking their content “from the page to the stage”. Families’ members come to witness and celebrate the successes of their children. Intern will be mentored working along side of those on the team

Specific Duties: 1. ON THE TEAM: work as part of the racial equity team of the St. Paul Public Schools. Intern will select from the projects listed above and will always be working as part of a team on planning, creating, facilitating, documenting and evaluating all work from inception through performance/presentation. 2. IN THE CLASSROOM: Will work with students in classroom on a variety of projects, observing, then leading small groups or working with individuals, again always in collaboration with team of staff, alumni and often professional teaching artists. 3. In PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Will work with teachers and staff in planning trainings and leading workshops for staff in St Paul Public Schools. 4. In DISTRICT RACIAL EQUITY WORKSHOPS: (courageous conversations) Racial Equity Workshop will be available if interns desires to participate. Courageous Conversations deepen intraracial and interracial dialogue about race, racial identity and institutional racism for purposes of examining schooling and improving student achievement. This is a national model of race equity work run by the Pacific Education Group. 5. On The Alumni Team: Will help in training the former students in ways to give back and challenge and transform intuitional practices that maintain institutional racism and educational disparities . We will access intern skills that can be utilized for critical support tasks such as photography, documentation, video production, promotion, grant writing, theatre direction, arts based skills, etc.

Qualifications: 1. Passion, energy and a desire to learn from and with urban youth 2. Ability to work well on teams. 3. Can be resilient, is flexible, can take initiative 4. Interest in Equity Work and Arts 5. Welcomes challenge

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 8-3 a few evenings optional

Location: We work at many schools in St Paul we can have cars and can assist with transportation!

Urban Roots MN - Garden Program Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Urban Roots (formerly Community Design Center of Minnesota) is a Saint Paul-based organization whose mission is to build vibrant and healthy communities through food, conservation and youth development. Our Garden Corps, Conservation Corps and Nutrition Corps youth internships help local teens learn, contribute, navigate and thrive. We do this through a combination of hands-on work experience, education, and exploration of career opportunities in partnership with many local organizations, schools, and businesses. Our internships give youth valuable work skills in gardening, product development, and conservation, as well as skills in teaching and public speaking. In addition, all youth interns participate in weekly classes and field trips covering a wide range of topics around food, personal health, and the environment. Throughout the program youth interns explore career opportunities and make links to professionals.

Job Title: Garden Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Garden Corps Program Assistant will provide support to our Garden Program Manager, Garden Program and high school aged youth interns. The student worker will help develop program material for garden teaching and outreach activities within the teen employment program and for the greater East Side community. They will also help direct youth interns in garden program related tasks which includes project planning, vegetable sales, job skill development and on site garden work. During the spring and fall this position will assist the Garden Manager in preparing and planting gardens along with other seasonal garden duties.

Specific Duties: Garden Program Assistant will: • Work with teen Garden Corps interns and Garden Manager on garden related tasks. (Such as harvesting, planting, weeding, watering, etc.) • Assist with program development and enrichment activities for youth. • Assist with lesson planning and garden training/education. • Assist with fall farmers market stand and CSA (Community Supported Agriculture project) operations. • Work on community outreach initiatives related to gardening and education on the East Side. • Be a mentor and advocate for youth.

Qualifications: Enjoy working with diverse youth and engaging the larger community. Enjoy working outdoors and gardening. Experience with youth work preferred but not required. Licensed driver highly preferred. Completion of related coursework preferred but not required.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Some morning and afternoon availability during the week, occasional Saturdays as needed during market season.

Location: Our office at 731 East 7th Street, St. Paul MN Off-site work could occur in our gardens and at local schools and community based agencies and travel could occur in our agency minivans with staff.

Urban Roots MN - Cooking/Nutrition Program Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Urban Roots (formerly Community Design Center of Minnesota) is a Saint Paul-based organization whose mission is to build vibrant and healthy communities through food, conservation and youth development. Urban Roots was incorporated in 1969. Over the years, we have provided a range of community development services with a common thread of empowerment, engagement and innovation. Since 1996, we have operated our environmental, gardening, and cooking programs in St. Paul, engaging thousands of youth in education, training, and action projects that improve the community's health and environment and develop young leaders. Our Garden, Cooking and Conservation programs include the Garden Corps, Nutrition Corps and Conservation Corps youth internships and community education classes and action projects co-led by youth interns and their staff mentors. Youth internships are paid positions, employing 60 economically disadvantaged, multicultural youth ages 14-18 during the summer, and up to 24 teens during the academic year. Our programs reach more than 1,400 children and parents each year. Our Garden Corps, Conservation Corps and Nutrition Corps youth internships help local teens learn, contribute, navigate and thrive. We do this through a combination of hands-on work experience, education, and exploration of career opportunities in partnership with many local organizations, schools, and businesses. Our internships give youth valuable work skills in gardening, product development, and conservation, as well as skills in teaching and public speaking. In addition, all youth interns participate in weekly classes and field trips covering a wide range of topics around food, personal health, and the environment. Throughout the program youth interns explore career opportunities and make links to professionals.

Job Title: Cooking/Nutrition Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Program Assistant will provide support to our Program Manager and youth programs. They will have many opportunities for direct interaction with youth in grades K-12 in schools, as well as during out of school time experiences. They will help with implementation of training for our teen interns and education for school-age youth. This position will also be involved in lesson planning, preparation, and evaluation for fall, winter and spring cooking and nutrition eduation. In addition, they may also assist our Program Manager with planning and outreach to community members for the East Side Food & Wellness Hub.

Specific Duties: 1. Help Program Manager prepare for fall, winter and spring cooking and nutrition tasks (class set up, shopping list preparation, etc.) 2. Assist with lesson planning and teaching for after-school training classes for Nutrition Corps teen interns, including recipe selection and demonstrating cooking skills, and program evaluation. 3. Support youth intern-led after-school and evening Cooking Classes for youth and families at area schools. 4. Assist Program Manager in teaching and preparing for nutrition education for 4th grade students at local elementary schools. 5. Support planning and implementation of outreach strategies to expand knowledge of and membership in the East Side Food & Wellness Hub. 6. Assist with youth development and enrichment activities.

Qualifications: 1. Enjoy working with diverse youth and community engagement 2. Enjoy and experienced with cooking and working with a wide variety of foods 3. Experience with teaching preferred but not required 4. Prefer licensed driver 5. Prefer related coursework 6. Prefer fluency in a second language, especially Spanish or Hmong

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: days, including some occasional evenings

Location: Our office at 731 East 7th Street, St. Paul, and travel to various community schools and locations in our agency minivans

West 7th Community Center - After School Program Assistant and Tutor

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Overview/Description of the Organization: West 7th Community Center is a Minnesota non-profit 501(c)(3) multi-service organization with over 38 years of experience serving residents of St Paul's West 7th neighborhood. Operating from a welcoming, centrally located facility, West 7th Community Center functions as a community anchor and helps individuals access services in a caring, personalized setting. Academic and developmental asset-building programs for children, comprehensive in-home and center-based services for seniors, and a support and referral program for families help ensure that each person in our neighborhood receives the support he or she needs to be stable and successful. The center also serves as a community focal point by housing a branch of the St Paul Public Library, as well as hosting community-wide informational and social events.

Job Title: After School Program Assistant and Tutor

Overview/Description of the Position: The student worker will help plan and implement the Community Kids After School Program. Community Kids provides five days a week of quality afterschool programming to 60 children in grades K-8. Staff and volunteer tutors facilitate social interactions, provide daily homework help, enrichment, and athletic activities. Work-study hours will be spent working with children and youth in the afterschool program, and assisting Family and Youth staff with program planning.

Specific Duties: 1. Tutoring individual or small groups of children and youth and providing homework help. 2. Planning and conducting enriching activities for students in the areas of academics, social enrichment, arts, athletics, and other areas of interest. 3. Conduct individual student pre and post assessments in social and reading. Chart progress allowing us to provide measurable outcomes. 4. Student workers may assist in implementation of other department program such as monthly Fare For All food distributions; weekly Circle of Parents support groups; quarterly free family book fairs; monthly family movie nights; annual holiday party; and Women's Health Fair, to gain a comprehensive view of services to families and youth. 5. Recruit more Macalester student volunteers to assist with West 7th programming. 6., Student may work with Youth and Family Director to develop other projects suited to student's interests

Qualifications: 1. Social work, education, human services, or community development BA/BS students with interest and/or experience working with youth. The desire to have a positive influence in the lives of children and youth. 2. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Responsibility, flexibility, and initiative. Interest and/or experience working with people from diverse cultures. 3. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet preferred. Bilingual proficiency in any of the following languages appreciated: Spanish, Somali, or Amharic.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: 3 afternoons per week; 3:00-6:00pm

Location: Onsite: West 7th Community Center - Family and Youth Department is located at 265 Oneida Street in St Paul, MN. Offsite: Field-trips. Directions from Macalester: Bus Lines: West 7th Community Center is on the 70 bus line (approximately a 6 minute ride from the Macalester campus). Driving: Head south on Snelling to St. Clair. Take a left on St. Clair Drive approximately 2 miles. Turn right on Oneida (just after you cross over 35E) The community center parking lot is the first lot on your right.

West Side Community Organization - Environmental Justice Organizer

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Overview/Description of the Organization: The West Side Community Organization (WSCO) is an action oriented, neighborhood-based organization empowering our residents to participate in and advocate for solutions to West Side community issues. Growing out of a movement in 1973 to save Humboldt High School, WSCO remains committed to its activist roots, using organizing and community economic development principles as a foundation for all of its work. The organization works to increase the civic participation of residents by initiating organizing campaigns, providing leadership development opportunities for youth and adults and by educating and building the power base of residents to tackle civic issues. WSCO also acts as a vehicle to inform and shape issues concerning the “built” environment through community economic development planning, organizing resources to clean up urban blight and advocating for equitable development. Finally, the organization works to promote a healthy natural and social environment by addressing food security issues, promoting urban agriculture, recycling and residential energy efficiency.

Job Title: Environmental Justice Organizer

Overview/Description of the Position: Environmental Justice Organizer will work with staff, volunteers, and community partners around issues related to environmental justice including food justice/urban agriculture, responsible energy, transportation equity and environmental health concerns. The position will provide support to WSCO's Environmental Justice Committee, help organize community events and represent WSCO at various activities in the neighborhood.

Specific Duties: Provide staff support to the Environmental Justice/West Siders for Strong Schools committee at committee meetings, providing information to the committees as requested or needed, following through on assigned tasks and information/research requests Conduct issue research Participate in relevant community meetings to network and build strategic alliances and coalitions with other community-based entities. Assist staff in organizing community events

Qualifications: Environmental Justice Qualifications Experience/Knowledge of environmental justice issues Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience/Comfort working with diverse communities Ability to work flexible hours Bi-lingual candidates encouraged to apply School Organizer Qualifications Experience/Knowledge of youth and education issues Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience/Comfort working with diverse communities Ability to work flexible hours Bi-lingual candidates encouraged to apply

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: flexible with some night and weekend meetings required

Location: 1 West Water Street, Suite 260 Saint Paul, MN 55107 Various locations around the West Side

West Side Community Organization - Strong Schools Organizer

Name of Organization:

Overview/Description of the Organization: The West Side Community Organization (WSCO) is an action oriented, neighborhood-based organization empowering our residents to participate in and advocate for solutions to West Side community issues. Growing out of a movement in 1973 to save Humboldt High School, WSCO remains committed to its activist roots, using organizing and community economic development principles as a foundation for all of its work. The organization works to increase the civic participation of residents by initiating organizing campaigns, providing leadership development opportunities for youth and adults and by educating and building the power base of residents to tackle civic issues. WSCO also acts as a vehicle to inform and shape issues concerning the “built” environment through community economic development planning, organizing resources to clean up urban blight and advocating for equitable development. Finally, the organization works to promote a healthy natural and social environment by addressing food security issues, promoting urban agriculture, recycling and residential energy efficiency.

Job Title: Strong Schools Organizer

Overview/Description of the Position: The Strong Schools Organizer will work with staff, volunteers, and community partners around issues related to building a strong school community. The position will provide support to West Siders for Strong Schools, attend meeting, help organize events and represent WSCO in various activities in the neighborhood.

Specific Duties: Provide staff support to the Environmental Justice/West Siders for Strong Schools committee at committee meetings, providing information to the committees as requested or needed, following through on assigned tasks and information/research requests Conduct issue research Participate in relevant community meetings to network and build strategic alliances and coalitions with other community-based entities. Assist staff in organizing community events

Qualifications: Environmental Justice Qualifications Experience/Knowledge of environmental justice issues Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience/Comfort working with diverse communities Ability to work flexible hours Bi-lingual candidates encouraged to apply School Organizer Qualifications Experience/Knowledge of youth and education issues Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience/Comfort working with diverse communities Ability to work flexible hours Bi-lingual candidates encouraged to apply

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: flexible with some night and weekend meetings required

Location: 1 West Water Street, Suite 260 Saint Paul, MN 55107 Various locations around the West Side

Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment - Youth Program Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment (WISE), Inc. was founded around a kitchen table by a group of multi-cultural, first generation immigrant women in 1995 as a vehicle for education, leadership, social and economic empowerment of Asian, African, and Latina women, girls and their families. WISE's founding members witnessed and experienced the negative impact lack of education and having English as a second language had on the empowerment of immigrant women and girls.

Job Title: Youth Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: The Youth Program Assistant at WISE will help to foster and support WISE's Girls Getting Ahead in Leadership (GGAL) program. GGAL is a multi-site (school-based and after-school) academic, leadership, and college preparation program that maximizes social and emotional progress for under-served and underrepresented at-risk immigrant/refugee young women in their freshman through senior years of high school. The primary goal of this program is to build academic, college readiness, and leadership skills to improve resilience, protective factors, and effective self-management and self-competency.

Specific Duties: The responsibilities of the Youth Program Assistant includes: 1. Assisting the youth program coordinator with curriculum development. The intern helps to research a relevant topic and creates a lesson plan for the workshop. 2. Prepare before GGAL workshops with the youth program coordinator. The intern helps gather the materials needed before each workshop. The intern also helps with setting up the workshop at the program sites. 3. Facilitate and lead workshops. The intern is expected to facilitate small group activities such as ice breakers, conversation circles, and reflection activities during GGAL workshops. In addition to this, interns are expected to provide individual help to students who may need help with homework, college application, or scholarship applications during a workshop.

Qualifications: 1. Applicant must be female. 2. Applicant should be a sophomore, a junior or a senior. 3. Applicant should have an interest in women's organization, non-profits, youth development or immigrant communities. 4. Applicant should have an interest in cross cultural learning. 5. Applicant should have strong written and oral communication skills 6. Applicant should have strong listening and interpersonal skills 7. Applicant should be self-motivated and have good time management skills 8. Applicant should be able to transportation herself to and from the office and program sites.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Wednesdays 2-4pm; Thursdays 2-4pm; Fridays 3-6pm; Saturdays 10am-2pm

Location: WISE Office: 570 Asbury St. Suite 202 St. Paul, MN 55104 We have four GGAL program sites. Two in Roseville and two in St. Paul. Interns are expected to commit to two of our four sites. Commitment depends on the intern's schedule availability and transportation ability.

Youth Farm - Youth Farm Student Employee

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Overview/Description of the Organization: Our mission is simple. We farm to grow. We grow leaders. We provide year-round programs for youth ages 9 to 24. We farm to educate and train through gardens and greenhouses. We cultivate leadership through planting, growing, preparing and selling the food we grow. We grow food. From raspberries to radishes we seed, plant, grow and harvest our food and bring it to our communities’ forks. We feed families through our CSA, community dinners and other neighborhood events. We grow community. We live in and work in vibrant and diverse Minneapolis neighborhoods of Lyndale, Powderhorn and Hawthorne as well as Frogtown and the West Side neighborhoods of St. Paul. We grow progress. Since 1995 we’ve created and implemented a development model that grows with our youth to challenge them where they’re at with projects and leadership opportunities tailored to a variety of ages and abilities.

Job Title: Youth Farm Student Employee

Overview/Description of the Position: Youth Farm Interns will support school year programs for youth ages 9 to 18 to build a youth-led food movement. OCSE students will farm to educate and train youth through gardens, hoop houses, and greenhouses in one of our five Minneapolis and St. Paul neighborhoods. You will cultivate leadership through planting, growing, preparing and selling the food we grow. OCSE students will be directly engaged with youth to build healthy relationships, support their development, and have fun. As a Youth Farm intern you will learn to cook from scratch and learn how to grow a ton of food.

Specific Duties: Work with the Program Director and staff to plan and facilitate 1-2 weekly after-school classes focused on cooking and gardening. This will include leading games, reflections, and small group work, as well as teaching cooking and gardening skills. Assist with farm planning, including gathering input from youth and community members to develop a food distribution plan that meets community needs. Assist with farm work, including prepping, planting, and maintaining our farms. Assist with harvest and food distribution including direct distribution to family members, processing our food for preservation, and preparing our foods in cooking classes and community dinners. Attend and assist community events and meetings.

Qualifications: Students will be required to: Be a positive role model for youth. Develop healthy relationships with youth who are different than you. Be culturally competent. Be able to lift 50 lbs. Arrange for their own transportation to and from the neighborhood. Respond to emails and phone calls in a timely manner. Constituently show up on time and prepared for youth work. Have fun with youth. Previous experience cooking from scratch and growing food is helpful but not required.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Afternoons/evenings Monday - Fridays, exact schedule TBD.

Location: Lyndale: 128 W 33rd St. Minneapolis Powderhorn: 3400 15th Ave S Minneapolis Hawthorne: 2901 Emerson Ave N Minneapolis Frogtown: 530 W LaFond Ave St. Paul West Side: 89 E Page St. St. Paul

YouthCARE - Program Assistant

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Overview/Description of the Organization: YouthLEAD (Youth Leadership, Education & Diversity) is a year round program focused on developing youth leadership and employment skills while building multicultural friendships among youth, 13-18 years old, through positive after school and weekend activities. Annually, 175-200 youth participate in YouthLEAD programs and activities. YouthLEAD has a strong emphasis on bringing together youth from diverse backgrounds to learn about others, better understand and appreciate cultural differences and build multicultural friendships. A primary focus of the program is to provide a link between the community built at Camp Sunrise and the participant's home communities in Minneapolis and St. Paul. YouthLEAD works with YouthCARE’s Camp Sunrise program to offer year round program opportunities for the youth.

Job Title: Program Assistant

Overview/Description of the Position: Help provide positive multicultural activities for youth 13-18 years old. Assist YouthLEAD Program Director with planning, organizing and implementing recreational and leadership development activities.

Specific Duties: 1) Recruit and supervise youth participants. 2) Conduct one-on-one or small group outreach activities (basketball games, plays, museums, movies). 3) Maintain data and records. 4) Provide one-on-one Homework Help for youth ages 13-18 years old. 5) Provide guidance and support by being a positive role model to participants. 6) Attend meetings and special events as assigned.

Qualifications: Experience working with youth ages 13-18 preferred, but not required. Student with youth development, social work or education coursework preferred, but not required. Desire to work with people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Must be at least 19 years old. Drivers preferred but NOT required.

Hours/Times of Day Preferred: Activities take place Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday and/or Friday evenings (4:00 pm-6:30/7:00 pm). However, earlier hours for preparation and planning are necessary.

Location: 2701 University Ave SE | Ste 205 | Minneapolis, MN 55414