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AMERICORPS PROMISE FELLOW

Home Careers AMERICORPS PROMISE FELLOW
Submitted: March 4
Closing: June 3

Contact

Human Resources Committee

Phone: 6514001781

Email: office@cpathmn.org

Location Career Pathways
1355 West Pierce Butler Route
St. Paul, MN 55104
Categories Non-Licensed
Grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
To Apply

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

Job Description

Career Pathways has an opening for a Full Time Promise Fellow for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year. Note: We are also looking for two Full Time Promise Fellows for the 2022-23 school year. This posting works for both.

The Promise Fellow will carry a caseload of students based on data eligibility and work with these students on attendance and behavioral issues. The Fellow will serve as a social emotional mentor for these students and support them to build up their engagement with school and their community.

BENEFITS:
As a full-term, full-time AmeriCorps member, a Promise Fellow serves in a full-time (40 hours per week minimum) capacity for a total of 1700 hours (minimum) from September 1st to July 31st (staggered start dates available beyond Sept 1st) and receive: Modest Living Allowance (approximately $636 twice per month, pre-tax); Health and Dental Insurance; Qualified Federal Student Loan Forbearance; Qualified Child Care Assistance; $6,095 Education Award upon successful completion of service; Ongoing, extensive support and training. Additional benefits information is available at https:mnyouth.net/.

Qualifications

GENERAL AMERICORPS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to pass a background check before being officially enrolled by the Minnesota Alliance With Youth
Must be High School Graduate and 18 years of age or older
U.S. citizen , U.S. National, or have status as a Lawful Permanent Resident Alien
Able to maintain a full time schedule to successfully complete service hours

GENERAL AMERICORPS PROMISE FELLOW QUALIFICATIONS:
Interest and experience in youth, service, education, and non-profit work
Strong written and oral communication skills
Ability to deal effectively with a variety of tasks, priorities, and people in order to meet goals Ability to work effectively with people of a variety of backgrounds and cultures
Self-motivated, able to work in a team, take initiative and work independently
Ability to present oneself in a highly professional manner and be an ambassador of the program

CAREER PATHWAYS PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Associates or Bachelor of Arts Degree in community or youth development, education, or a related field
Ability to speak another language such as Hmong, Somali, Spanish
Demonstrated ability to work with families from different class and cultural backgrounds
Successful experience working collaboratively with youth and adults
Leadership experience with youth organizations

Institution Description

Career Pathways works to include underserved and disenfranchised students who do not achieve well in traditional settings, but who will flourish in this unique multi-age/multi-graded environment which promotes application of learning. Research shows that all students learn better when they experience the real-life responsibilities of the job.

To learn more about our school and our goals, please visit our website: www.cpathmn.org

Application Instructions/Comments

To apply, please, email cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references along with the Alliance's application to: Career Pathways Human Resource Committee, office@cpathmn.org Position open until filled. Please visit www.mnyouth.net for a complete application.

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

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