The Summer Educator will teach Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, or Math concepts to students and will be responsible for lesson planning, execution, and evaluation of the curriculum, facilitating a positive learning environment for students, and communicating with parents in culturally responsive ways. Read the full job description here.
The Journey Mentor Program will provide weekly mentoring for youth, ages 16 to 24 who are disconnected from formal secondary or post-secondary education. Additionally, the Journey Program will provide monthly support meetings for all program participants to share challenges and successes, academic support strategies and other wrap-around educational services. Read the full description here.
The LINC Partnership Development Specialist’s work will focus on the development of a robust linkage and referral system and providing opportunities for CRB Early Learning families to connect with local resources and services through community events. They will be CRB’s main representative at Help Me Grow Community Based Organization (CBO) partnership meetings. The CBO partnership, convened by Best Starts for Kids (BSK) King County, has the goal of building a linkage and referral system among local agencies. Read the full description here.
The Early Learning Program Coordinator (ELPC) will oversee the daily functioning of the LEAP-SKC and LINC programs. He or she will support both programs by supervising staff, overseeing data collection processes, procuring program materials, providing logistical support for program activities, and developing systems to improve program quality and efficiency. Read the full description here.