Fall 2017 - STEM Afterschool Tutors
STEM Afterschool is a project-based enrichment program for 3rd grade students at Plummer and Nalle Elementary Schools in DC’s Ward 7. Tutors with the STEM Afterschool program are responsible for co-faciltating hands-on, project-based science, technology, engineering and mathematical explorations for groups of up to four elementary school children.

The STEM Afterschool program gives students the opportunity to increase youth’s interest and engagement with STEM topics. It also provides the opportunity to expand students’ awareness of STEM careers and improve students’ academic performance in science and math coursework. In addition to time spent at site and site preparation, tutors are responsible for participating in field trips, enrichment activities and attending workshops on campus throughout the semester, to better hone their tutoring/mentoring skills while deepening their understanding of the social context in which the program operates.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

- Facilitate a small group of tutees (up to four) in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering through hands-on, project-based activities.
- Participate in a weekly tutor meeting to prepare for the upcoming lesson plan, debrief the previous week's site, program needs, any additional training and team building.
- Attend a minimum of three CSJ workshops or events (please note that events are often in the evenings).
- Attend scheduled field trips, math and science expos, and campus visits with your tutees.
- Attend STEM related trainings (NGSS/Common Core)

Program Options:

STEM Tutor
- Teach science, math, technology, and engineering concepts through fun and engaging hands-on projects.
- Meet on Monday/Wednesday OR Tuesday/Thursday from (). Must be available for both paired days.
- Take tutee attendance, give thorough explanation of the daily lesson plan, deliver materials as needed and collect materials at the end of period for review.
- Assist tutees with any difficulties regarding STEM Afterschool lesson plans and course work.
- Conduct parent/guardian phone calls to review the tutees progression within the STEM Afterschool Program.
- Collect up-to-date parent and teacher information, become familiar with the site administrators and STEM Afterschool classrooms that are assigned.
- Report a daily review of each tutee’s strengths, weaknesses, needs and any further information that may be necessary.

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Jr. FIRST LEGO League (Jr. FLL) Tutor
- Teach engineering, math and simple robotic concepts with LEGOs.
- Meet on Friday afternoons only from ().
- Take tutee attendance, give thorough explanation of the daily lesson plan, deliver materials as needed and collect materials at the end of period for review.
- Assist tutees with any difficulties regarding STEM Lego League lesson plans and course work.
- Collect up-to-date parent and teacher information, become familiar with the site administrators and STEM Afterschool classrooms that are assigned.
- Report a daily review of each tutee’s strengths, weaknesses, needs and any further information that may be necessary.

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To participate in CSJ programs, you must be in good academic standing and enrolled in Georgetown University courses during the Fall 2017 semester.
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Please note that you may only use your FWS Award with ONE position at Georgetown. If you already have a position where you are applying your FWS Award, you will need to transfer the FWS Award to STEM Afterschool. Please email csj@georgetown.edu or your program director if you have any questions.
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