The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula is currently looking for rising high school and college students to be summer interns!
Summer Interns will work collaboratively with BGCP staff to implement a summer academic and enrichment program for elementary school kids. The program is designed to use hands-on learning to improve students’ school outcomes and their interest in learning.
BGCP internships provide practical experience for job training and college preparation, as well as eligibility for national service awards. While many colleges and employers look for applicants who have expertise in a certain area, they are also seeking individuals who are community-minded and concerned about the world in which they live.
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Interns will work collaboratively with the BGCP Directors, credentialed teachers, and staff to implement a summer academic and enrichment program for elementary age youth. The program is designed to give students’ academic enrichment activities to improve their school outcomes and their interest in learning. The internship will provide an opportunity to experience first-hand work with youth in an educational setting. This is a great role for someone who is considering education as a possible career.
- Volunteer as a class assistant during academics & enrichment electives
- Serve as an intern for a 5-week commitment from June 20-July 22, with training week from June 13th-17th
- 3 consecutive week options available from either June 20-July 6 or July 7- July 22
- Support summer program from 8am-4pm Monday-Friday (full day preferred, see below for half day options)
- Morning shift is 8am-1pm
- Afternoon shift is 11am-4pm
- Rewarding leadership opportunity available to select returning Program Management Interns
- Support new interns
- Serve as liaison between intern cohort & BGCP staff
- Facilitate team bonding activities for cohort
- Assist in managing a class of 20 or fewer students with the assistance of BGCP staff and a credentialed teacher.
- Designing and running engaging, hands-on enrichment activities.
- Being innovative and open to learning and experimentation.
- Helping to tailor the program to support the students’ efforts and coordinate academic efforts regarding individual members.
- Performing other administrative tasks as needed.
- Minimum age requirement is to be a rising freshmen (entering the 9th grade this fall)
- Have a desire and experience working with youth.
- Conversational Spanish encouraged but not required.
- Be adaptable and flexible to a changing workplace.
- A positive attitude and mature personality conducive to working effectively as a team player with diverse youth, staff, volunteers, parents/guardians.
Thank you for your interest in spending your time supporting our youth. Unfortunately, the deadline to apply was May 15th, 2016. Please check out our general volunteer opportunities to get involved in Fall 2016!
For more information please contact:
Volunteer Services via email at firstname.lastname@example.org