Olivet Boys & Girls Club is seeking qualified individuals for various positions at a number of its Clubs throughout Pottstown and Reading, PA.
With all positions, Federal and State Background Checks are required.
Federal Criminal History Record
Pennsylvania State Criminal Record Check
Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance
21st Century Program Staff, PT
- Tuesday through Friday
- 4:30 to 6:30 (8 hr/wk)
Program staff will supervise students during program hours. The ideal candidate will enjoy helping youth reach their full potential by motivating them and being a positive role model. Candidate must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and enjoy working with students from a diverse background.
Desired skills include:
- Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) background
- Art background
*Floater position is also available.*
Send resume to: Deloris.Reviere@olivetbgc.org
Bus Driver, PT
Olivet Boys & Girls Club is seeking an experienced bus driver to assist in the transportation of its members between Club sites, as well as on group activities and excursions. Must have a clean driving record.
- Afternoon and evening hours
- Some weekends
D.R.E.A.M. Program Assistant/Juvenile Facilitator, PT
This is a part-time position assisting with the coordination of the d.r.e.a.m Program in Reading. Individual is responsible for overall supervision of programming, creating and maintaining schedule, facilitating activities, documenting, documenting progress, incidents, and attendance for each student.
Duties & Essential Job Functions: Supervise students during group hours, Facilitate group activities and lessons from Boys & Girls Club of America’s social skills curriculum, Administer intake meetings with parents and new students, Keep in regular contact with parents of each student’s progress, behavior and special events, Maintain behavior modification programs to promote positive behavior and attendance, Maintain safe and positive environment for all students and staff by providing effective guidance and discipline, and keeping consistent boundaries and expectations, Report any questionable/illegal behavior and incidents to supervisor, and if necessary, contact police immediately, Search students upon entering program area, Help maintain cleanliness of building providing transportation for students, meet one-to-one with students regarding progress in the program, and attend organizational events and training’s.
Requirements: High School Diploma, Bachelor’s degree preferred, experience with at risk youth in an individual and group setting, supervisory experience, and experience facilitating and lesson planning.
Preferred: Bi-lingual (English and Spanish)
Required: Licenses/Certifications, PA Driver’s License
Data Analyst Intern- PT, unpaid
The ideal candidate will be passionate, data-driven, with the ability to work independently. The goal of this internship is to start to create the story of our impact as an organization by understanding how our afterschool and summer programming and AmeriCorps program positively affect the youth that attend our club locations. This individual will work with the AmeriCorps Director to collect and analyze academic and attendance data of club members across our seven locations in the city of Reading.
- Must be proficient in Excel and statistical analysis
- Reliable transportation is required
- 10-15 hours/week or as needed
- Ability to work independently
- Data entry experience a must
Please send resume and cover letter to Kat Royer, AmeriCorps Director, at email@example.com
After School Programs Internship (12 hr per week)
An ideal candidate should be an energetic student with passion for area youth. Preferably an Education or Family Studies major, or a student with experience working with students in an urban setting.
Under the supervision of the Club Director, the intern will be responsible for assisting with the supervision of all children, assisting in implementing classroom activities, cooperatively working with and supporting other classroom staff and assisting with the general maintenance of program facilities to insure the health and safety of the children in the program.
S/he will maintain an ordered arrangement, appearance, decor, and learning environment of the classroom in cooperation with other staff, and make suggestions to the Club Director regarding instructional materials and equipment necessary to carry out the program. S/he will also plan and carry out open-ended activities for different levels of development and multicultural diversity of children enrolled in his/her class.
Candidates will need to be able to demonstrate an interest in working with children, possess, good communication skills, understand nature, and the ability to communicate well with both children and other staff.
Development/Marketing Internship (10 hr per week)
An ideal candidate would be a Marketing, Communication Design, English/Professional Writing or Communication Studies major, or a student with an Advertising or Public Relations minor with strong computer skills.
The goal of this internship is to understand the operations and functions of a non-profit development office in relation to annual campaigns, fundraising and marketing/public relations. Duties include assisting the Resource Development team in researching and writing of potential and future grants, assisting with the development of the Club’s holiday appeal campaign, assisting with the writing and developing all aspects of the organization’s promotional and marketing materials, as well as social media and e-newsletters.
- Computer/data entry experience. Excel, Word and Publisher experience preferred, but not required.
- A high level of communications and human relations skills is essential.
- Demonstrate ability to work with people from a variety of backgrounds.
- Self-motivation and independent working is a must
- Ten hours a week, plus availability at special events as school schedule permits.
- Must pass a criminal background/child abuse record check by appropriate authorities.
Questions regarding internships can be directed to Rhonda Mauk Hudak, Director of Advancement Rhonda.mauk-hudak@olivetbgc or 610-373-1314 ext. 208
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