Coordinator of After School and Summer Enrichment Programs

Philadelphia 19133, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Hope Partnership for Education (HPE), a non-profit, affordable independent middle school located in North Philadelphia, PA, is currently seeking a Coordinator for its After School and Summer Enrichment Programs, full time, beginning in August 2018.

The Coordinator organizes and implements extended day and summer enrichment programs and opportunities for students in grades 5 through 8 by:

  • Recruiting after school program instructors and developing a rotating schedule of classes for students that complement the school's academic programs, and that promote healthy social relationships;
  • Overseeing daily operation of the Enrichment Program including making class assignments; communicating with instructors; and managing administrative aspects of the programs;
  • Cultivating partnerships and acting as liaison between HPE and community partners to research and support student participation in summer school/camp options.

 

Experience working with urban youth highly desirable. College degree required. Coursework in education or child development a plus.

 

To Apply: Submit letter of interest and resume via e-mail (preferred) to Dr. Sharon DuPree at [email protected] or fax us at (215) 232-7067.

Contact: Head of School Dr. Sharon DuPree

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Full time positions include health and retirement benefits.

Fax: (215) 232-7067

E-Mail: [email protected]

Website: www.hope-partnership.org

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