YouthBuild Teacher's Aide-Sisters, OR
This is a full-time position as an AmeriCorps member of Heart of
Oregon Corps YouthBuild located in beautiful Sisters, Oregon.
Teacher's Aide AmeriCorps members are responsible for assisting
program teachers and construction instructors in improving the
language arts, mathematical, science, social science and work
readiness skills of program participants as these participants
study to achieve a GED, high school diploma, and industry
recognized certificates. AmeriCorps members will additionally
assist participants with job readiness and college readiness. The
Teacher's Aide AmeriCorps member will be working with young people
who want to transform their lives and roles in society through
earning their GED, high school diploma, college credits, learning
job skills, and serving their community through building affordable
housing. Members in our program divide their time between
classroom, field (construction sites), and leadership development.
As stated by YouthBuild USA Co-Founder, John Bell, "YouthBuild
seeks to join with others to help build a movement toward a more
just society in which respect, love, responsibility, and
cooperation are the dominant unifying values, and sufficient
opportunities are available for all people in all communities to
fulfill their own potential and contribute to the well-being of
others." Further help on this page can be found by clicking
Member Duties : Assist teachers and construction instructors
with the planning and implementation of classroom activities in the
areas of language arts, math, science, health, careers, social
science, and construction classes (NCCER curriculum). Assist
teachers and instructors with the implementation of job readiness
training to all YouthBuild participants. Support YouthBuild
participants in researching possible careers and college placement
options. Participate in Heart of Oregon Corps, YouthBuild USA, and
AmeriCorps training, service projects, and other activities. Assist
with the planning and/or implementation of a project on a
designated national days of service. Promote service learning
within the classroom. Assist in the delivery of other program
services as assigned to the extent that it is not in conflict with
the primary position responsibilities or any AmeriCorps provision
including the AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities.
Program Benefits : Living Allowance , Health Coverage ,
Childcare assistance if eligible , Education award upon successful
completion of service , Training .
Permits working at another job during off hours , Permits
attendance at school during off hours , Car recommended .
Service Areas :
Housing , Education .
Youth Development , Education , Teaching/Tutoring , Team Work ,
Leadership , Writing/Editing .