Grow Your World Job/Intern Application for College and Graduate Students and Young Adults
Grow Your World is a youth development program centered around the foundational practices of racial equity and resilience. This Fall, we will be offering virtual tutoring and programming opportunities to middle school youth and potentially elementary school youth. Please review our website (
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Please plan to reserve at least 30 minutes of time for completing this application.
UPDATE 9/23/2020: We currently are hiring only for the tutoring team member position. If you're interested, please apply.
ABOUT THE FIT:
We are looking for individuals who are actively seeking ways to practice racially equity and resilience in a work space, and to grow personally and professionally. Applicants must be committed to growing and learning, especially in areas of racial equity, anti-racism, and resilience building (personally, with youth, and in community). Applicants must be independently motivated and work well with a team. Applicants must be flexible, patient, and creative. Applicants should be prepared for unexpected changes to schedules and projects without timely notification.
Below, please find short descriptions of each job. For detail on the organizational structure and full job descriptions, click here:
Program Coordinator: Provides daily supervision for program needs, is the first line of support and coaching for all Team Leads and Racial Equity and Resilience Coordinators. Promotes racial equity and resilience in all components of Grow Your World. Reports to the Executive Director. (2 positions available; approx. 20 hours/week)
Racial Equity Coordinators: Will plan and facilitate weekly staff trainings on racial equity, support teams and individuals to develop racial equity skills and practices, build partnerships with community leaders in racial equity, model accountability and repair when harm happens (1 position available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Resilience Coordinators: Plan and facilitate bi-weekly trainings for all staff resilience and
trauma healing across teams, Support teams and individuals to develop resilience building skills and
practices in their work and lives, Build partnerships with community leaders in resilience. (2 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Curriculum Development Team Lead: Plans and facilitates weekly co-working meetings, Support a team in creating lesson plans that align with foundational values and chosen core competencies, Develop a weekly system of creating and reviewing both tutoring and programming lesson plans that most effectively meets the needed lesson plans per week (2 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Live Workshops Team Lead: Schedules live workshops based on staff's availability. Conducts weekly co-working meetings. Acts as the first line of response when there is uncertainty regarding live workshops (2 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Recorded Workshops Team Lead: Responsible for managing and guiding the recording team. Logistical responsibilities include reviewing the outlines, uploading the completed recordings to flipgrid and the youtube channel, communicating with the admin team and holding weekly meetings (2 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Tutoring Team Lead: Handles staff scheduling, youth scheduling, and conducting weekly meetings. Acts as the first line of response when there is uncertainty regarding tutoring. (2 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Administration Team Member: Will do outreach work including media relations, solicitations, and partnering with community organizations. Will create graphics for social media, newsletter, and our website. Will keep track of data and measures for grants. Will oversee all forms sent to families and youth. Will handle any other logistical and marketing aspects. Will attend weekly Administration Team meetings (10 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Development Team Member: Will create lesson plans that align with foundational values and selected core competencies, review lesson plans, attend weekly Development Team meetings, emphasize racial equity in all lesson plans (10 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Live Workshops Team Member: Will work directly with youth (via zoom) to offer virtual programming in the following areas: arts & crafts, professional mentoring, goal management, mindfulness, identity, and communication. Will attend weekly Programming Team meetings. (10 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
Tutoring Team Member: Will work directly with youth (via zoom) to offer virtual tutoring in the following subject areas: science, math, Spanish, reading, and writing. Will attend weekly Tutoring Team meetings/trainings. (45 positions available; approx. 10 hours/week)
For detail on the organizational structure and full job descriptions, click here:
TIMING OF THIS EXPERIENCE:
We look forward to reviewing your application. Positions are open to apply until August 12th and interviews will take place by August 14th. The start date for trainings will be Aug 17th.
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