MUNCIE, Ind. – Apr. 27, 2015 – AIM Summer, Muncie’s premier youth enrichment program, is immediately hiring for the summer positions of Academic Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator.
AIM Summer is a collaboration between the Boys & Girls Club of Muncie, Buley Community Center, Motivate Our Minds and the Ross Community Center, focused on providing children in kindergarten through 12th grade the experiences they need in order to further their academic and life skills.
Positions will be full-time, beginning May 11, 2015 and culminating on or around Aug. 9, 2015. Interested individuals should submit their resume and three professional references for review. The deadline for application is May 1, 2015 at noon. Applications can be submitted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in-person at the locations designated below.
Available positions include:
Primary Responsibilities: The development and delivery of all summer academic programming. The position will consist of the supervision of teachers, data collection, volunteer recruitment and training, direct contact with children, communication with Ball State University professors, Muncie Community School teachers and parents of the children we serve.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelors degree in education or teaching certification, evidence of skills in programming, organization, curriculum development, communication, advising and program development.
Preferred qualifications: At least one year of a graduate assistantship or professional experience in program administration or teaching, general knowledge of and experience working with at-risk populations. Demonstrated experience in organization planning, program development, project management and supervision based on the developmental needs of young people. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
Duties include, but are not limited to: Coordination of planning in partnership with academic staff and program leadership, day-to-day oversight of academic program, collection and coordination of data for evaluation.
Apply: By email at email@example.com with the subject “AIM ACADEMIC COORDINATOR,” in person at Motivate Our Minds, or by mail at:
AIM ACADEMIC COORDINATOR SEARCH
c/o Motivate Our Minds, Inc.
2023 E. Highland Ave.
Muncie, IN 47303
Primary Responsibilities: The coordination and administration of all logistics in support of a comprehensive summer program. The position will consist of the supervision of program assistants, interns, cadet staff, data administration and collection, volunteer recruitment and training, direct contact with children, communication with external partners, vendors, and parents.
Minimum qualifications: At least one year of work experience in a youth center or similar organization. A high school diploma and demonstrated experience in afterschool or summer programming and understanding of logistics and administration. Willingness to work in a high-energy environment, and desire to work with children and families.
Preferred qualifications: Associates degree in communication, business, management, social work and at least two years of experience in program or organizational management OR comparable experience. Demonstrated experience in organization planning, program development, project management and supervision based on the developmental needs of young people. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
Duties include, but are not limited to: Daily coordination of program administration, logistics and program staff supervision to support the Summer Program Director.
Apply: By email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “AIM ASSISTANT COORDINATOR,” in person at Boys & Girls Club of Muncie, or by mail at:
AIM ASSISTANT COORDINATOR SEARCH
c/o Boys & Girls Club of Muncie
1710 S. Madison Street
Muncie, IN 47303
For more information about job opportunities, email email@example.com or call 765-744-5297.
AIM higher this summer by enrolling in a youth enrichment program consisting of fun recreational and academic programs for students entering Kindergarten through 12th grade. AIM, which takes place June 9 – August 8, packs in swimming, field trips and wellness programs weekly throughout the 8-week program. In addition to exploring Delaware County and beyond, students will further their academic and life skills. The primary goal of AIM Summer is to prevent learning losses that occur over the summer. AIM Summer balances the critical importance of academic enrichment with experiential activities similar to traditional summer camps, while using an accelerated learning approach.