Work From Home Tutoring Jobs in Seattle, WA

Student Support Specialist (Program Assistant) - Youth Tutoring

Seattle, Washington Catholic Community Services of Jul, 08 Overview$25 per hour. This is a temporary part-time position.Preference given to applicants with one year or more of experience as an instructional assistant or similar position in an elementary school classroom, afterschool program or summer program; and skills and training in Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports and Restorative Justice practices.Program DescriptionThe Youth Tutoring Program (YTP) is an after-school educational enrichment program for first through twelfth grade students who live in six low- and mixed-income housing communities in Seattle. Started as a partnership with the Seattle Housing Authority in 1991, the tutoring centers provide youth with a safe, positive, and stimulating environment to explore learning and experience academic and personal success.Position DescriptionCatholic Community Services seeks a program assistant to support elementary school summer learning program activities at Bailey Gatzert Elementary school for a six week summer program July 6h - August 14th, 2020. The Student Support Specialist (SSS) will support Social Emotional Learning with individual students or small groups as needed throughout the summer. Activities will include positive behavior interventions, supporting conflict resolution, and being available online or in person to support students as needed. The SSS will also support enrichment activities during weekly programming and participate in family visits online or in person. The SSS will support the Center Supervisor with tasks such as distributing learning materials and supplies, taking attendance, and supporting families as needed with technology. The SSS will be aware of the organizational culture and the student behavioral supports used at Bailey Gatzert Elementary, and will be called upon to intervene, redirect, and support students struggling behaviorally. The SSS will work 6 hours per day, Monday through Friday for the six week summer program. Sixteen hours of orientation and preparation time will be provided July 1st through 3rd.Responsibilities* Work individually with students struggling behaviorally, maintaining the culture and norms for behavior support used by Bailey Gatzert Elementary.* Support academic and social emotional learning for students online, in summer learning classrooms, working individually or in small groups under the direction of a classroom teacher.* Support enrichment activities online, or in person under the direction of the Center Supervisor.* Contribute to a positive program-wide culture and behavioral norms. Establish and enforce expectations for behavior among the students for whom they are responsible.* Assist with student assessment under the direction of the Lead Teacher* Assist with meals, supplies, and attendance as needed.Qualifications* Experience working with students with a range of challenging behaviors and social-emotional support needs.* Experience working with students in an educational setting.* Cultural competence in working with diverse students.* Strong classroom management skills.* Strong technology skills.* Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.* Commitment to development and supporting values of a culturally diverse work environment.* Current First Aid/CPR certification required prior to employment.* Support and contribute to a creative, collaborative and respectful environment that promotes Teamwork.* Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.* Criminal history background checks are required prior to employmentPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:* One year or more of experience as an instructional assistant or similar position in an elementary school classroom, afterschool program or summer program* Skills and training in Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports and Restorative Justice practices.* Experience with remote learning See more

TRIO Talent Search Student Success Specialist

Seattle, WA Seattle Community College District Jul, 07 Position SummaryUnder the supervision of the Executive Director of TRIO Pre-College Programs, the TRIO Talent Search Student Success Specialist will be responsible to teach, counsel, and mentor high school students enrolled in the Talent Search and Upward Bound program. During the school year these activities occur at the assigned target high school. During the summer, these activities occur at South Seattle Community College. Major components of the position include developing curriculum and teaching workshops and classes; providing college admissions and financial aid assistance; coordinating college and career-related field trips; and providing individual tutoring and academic advising. The program's ultimate objective to have all of our student participants succeed in college and earn an associate's degree or bachelor's degree. This position is contingent upon grant funding continuing beyond 9/1/21.The first application review will be June 30, 2020Application Procedures:Attached current ResumeAttached cover letter addressing how you meet the duties, responsibilities, and requirements for the positionContact information for three professional referencesRequired application materials and answers to supplemental questions if indicated must be completed and submitted onlineNotice to Applicants:Please note that Seattle Colleges has moved to remote operations, pending public health guidance. Per CDC and WA Public Health directions, at this time we will be practicing social distancing and holding interviews virtually using video conference or teleconference options. As such, if you are selected for interview, please be prepared to hold your interview virtually.This position is governed by a collective bargaining agreement with representation by AFT-SPS and is subject to union shop provisionsSeattle Colleges are committed to recruiting dedicated faculty and staff who together create a welcoming academic climate that reflects the diverse backgrounds of our community, including ethnicity, national origin, religion, race, gender, gender identity, age, status as a veteran or disabled veteran, disability, political status, and sexual orientation.Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform the position.Essential Functions* Manage a caseload of approximately 290 students consisting of middle and high school students, assuring that each student is 1) making progress to graduate from high school on time; 2) preparing for the rigors of college academics; 3) completing high-quality college applications; and 4) working on a multi-pronged approach to secure financial aid* Teach college admission workshops during the academic year and teach Upward Bound classes during the six-week summer program as needed* Develop and utilize current knowledge of college admissions processes, college enrollment processes, trends in higher education, and financial aid processes* Collaborate with Learning Specialists and other staff to develop and implement curriculum for the school year and summer program* Build and maintain relationships with target school staff, community partners, and college/university personnel* Coordinate events and activities for participants and their families, including overnight field trips* Maintain accurate and timely records, including annual reporting, among other tasks* Meet with participants' parents/guardians as required* Recruit and retain students in the program* Maintain professional and respectful communication with staff, faculty and students from diverse backgrounds such as racial, ethnic, religious, linguistic, gender, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic, and with diverse physical and learning disabilities.Required Education, Experience, Abilities* A bachelor's degree with a strong background in math, science and/or English* Demonstrated history of developing relationships and rapport with students of color and/or with students from low-income backgrounds* Excellent communication skills required, including written, oral, and interpersonal communication* Strong computer application skills to include Microsoft Office, data entry and navigation of a database, and some desktop publishing* Reliable transportation and a Washington State driver's license free of excessive moving violations* Ability to work evenings, weekends, and overnight trips* Must pass Washington State Patrol and WATCH, FBI fingerprinting criminal records check and any additional security and/or teaching certification clearance required by Seattle and Highline School Districts See more

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