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Fall 2022 Fresno County After School Tutor

Job Details

Central Region - Fresno, CA
Part Time
Not Specified
$17.00 - $17.50 Hourly
2:00PM - 6:00PM

Cities served: Clovis, Easton, Firebaugh, Fowler, Fresno, Kerman, Kingsburg, Laton, Orange Cove, Parlier, Sanger, Selma, Tranquility

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Monitor Student Learning in a Morning, Day and After-School Program Environment

Monitor and mentor student learning activity each day; Prepare objectives and outlines/lesson plans for each day; establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to students; submit lesson plans to Teaching Fellows at the end of each work outlining target standards achieved; tutor youth individually and in groups; prepare reports on youth activity and accomplishments; enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order; Observe and evaluate student’s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health (if applicable); monitor students in the use and care of equipment and materials; at all times, the tutor is to set a responsible and positive example to youth, in accordance with California Teaching Fellows Foundation standards and school district standards.

Adhere to Teaching Fellows Day and Morning Program Outline

The tutor shall follow the day and morning program outline, which will also include the shadowing of a master teacher or administrator assigned to the tutor; assist with checking in youth and tutoring them in their homework, provide an “enrichment” component consisting of pre-scheduled/organized educational activities, and provide an “academic” component which entails a structured learning activity.

Communication & Safety

Tutors are encouraged to maintain good communication with other tutors, their master teacher/administrator assigned to them, and with the California Teaching Fellows Foundation; collaborate with other tutors in lesson plan development and furthering the mission of the day and morning program, and demonstrate excellent teamwork. For the purpose of training and development, shadow an assigned master teacher or administrator. With respect to safety, the tutor is expected to monitor students, as well as their overall safety while under supervision; know the location of all students under their supervision; follow emergency procedures set forth by Teaching Fellows and/or the school site/school district; ensure that the tutor-to-student ratio (1 in 20) is always maintained; monitor suspicious activity and inappropriate conduct from unauthorized individuals on school site; and immediately communicate to the executive director or local authorities of all incidents involving, but not limited to, abuse of any type and injury or illness of a student; and submit a complete incident report to the executive director, if applicable.

Perform Other Duties as Assigned

Attend monthly staff development training and meetings as scheduled and assigned; follow directions, policies, and rules set by the executive director / California Teaching Fellows Foundation; and offer opinions and suggestions of proposed actions and decisions that may affect the day and morning program.

If applicable, the Tutor may need to have 48 units of college credit completed as part of addressing NCLB requirements or successfully pass an approved assessment/exam; submit appropriate identification; strong demonstration to sincerely serve local and surrounding communities in mentoring youth in an day and morning program and environment; possess a genuine desire to see youth aspire in their educational accomplishments and goals; possess a general understanding of the public school system and State educational standards; possess knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar; bi-lingual experience, such as speaking both English and Spanish is recognized, but not required; must be able to demonstrate exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; be able to lead and motivate groups and individuals; be able to manage own time and maintain a rigorous schedule; outstanding organizational skills; must possess high ethical and moral standards, attributes of honesty and trustworthiness, respectful and sensitive to others, cultural awareness, flexibility, and sound work ethics; must be able to work in a fast-paced environment; multi-task various assignments given; review and sign appropriate paperwork associated with California Teaching Fellows Foundation; and undergo a background, criminal background check and submit to a TB (Tuberculosis) exam.