Positions with the Indy Afterschool Corps

Full and Part-Time Positions Available

For more information contact:
Melissa Churchwell
317-920-4700
MChurchwell@bgcindy.org

Full Time Part Time
Education or Teen Director Education Coordinator
Hours per week 40 hours/ week 15-20 hours/week
Max Stipend $17,300 $6,100
Bi-Weekly Stipend $665 $236
Training (12-20%) 204-340 hours 108-180 hours
Education award $6,345 $3,172
Health Care Free n/a
Service site Ed director= All clubs
Teen Dir= 5 facilities
At least 1 at each club
(Schools & Facilities)

Indy After School Corps Education Coordinator

Indy AfterSchool Corps members serve in afterschool programs at community based host sites in neighborhoods of high poverty. Roles and responsibilities will vary by service site. Responsibilities include providing education and career development programs to youth, ages 5 – 18 years; implementing daily activities including: tutoring, conflict resolution, health and safety, enrichment and clubs; recruitment and support of additional volunteers at sites to build organizational capacity; and spreading the AmeriCorps vision and visibility within the host site community.

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Indy AfterSchool Corps Education Director

Indy AfterSchool Corps members serve in after school programs at community-based host sites in areas of high poverty. Education Directors are responsible for providing daily service the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, and sharing experience and volunteer opportunities. Roles and responsibilities will vary by service site. Responsibilities include: development and implementation of academic enrichment programs; supervision of state-funded literacy and numeracy program; supervision and implementation of Power Hour homework/tutoring program; management of volunteer tutors; relationship development with key staff at feeder schools; administration of evaluation tools to measure increases in academic success through data collection; tracking of youth participation; and spreading visibility of the AmeriCorps program within service site community.

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Indy AfterSchool Corps Teen Program Director

Indy AfterSchool Corps members serve in after school programs at community-based host sites of high poverty. Graduation Counselors are responsible for implementing College- and Career-readiness programs for junior high and high school students. Roles and responsibilities will vary by service site. Responsibilities include creating positive, mentoring relationships with teen Club members; utilizing input from teen members to develop and implement a daily homework help and tutoring program that will appeal to teen Club members; conducting individual meetings with teen Club member (who attends regularly) to develop and update his/her Graduation Plan at least once a month; creating opportunities for Club members in junior high/middle school and high school to participate in college and career planning programs (i.e. College Goal Sunday, College Fairs, etc.); promoting participation in college entrance exams (GED/SAT/ACT tests), financial aid assistance programs (21st Century Scholars/College Goal Sunday/etc.), and scholarship opportunities; planning and implementing college tours; planning and implementing additional educational and leadership development programs on a weekly basis; recording program activities and member participation in all programs; supervising the Teen Room Director to ensure the delivery of daily Club programming that is attractive to teen members; developing collaborative relationships with feeder middle schools and high schools, and visiting them regularly to recruit new teens, to promote teen programs, and to gather data on participating members; developing collaborative relationships with other organizations, and supporting college and career preparation activities.

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