Summer Staff UB Math/Science & Classic
Serves as Summer Instructional Staff for federally funded college preparatory programs for low-income high school students in the Rochester City School District. Works with program to create and deliver curriculum in the subject areas of foreign language, writing, or mathematics for low-income, and potential first-generation college student populations in 9th-12th grade; program dates of M-F June 26-Aug 7th. Virtual and in-person training and evaluation work prior to and after program dates are required starting on May 22nd. Works at program site (University of Rochester) Mondays -Friday.
Deliver Pre and post assessments in specified curricular areas
Create and deliver innovative curriculum in specified curricular areas
Work with UB staff to assess participants, through use of school district data and student performance to determine curriculum needs of participants.
Assist students with educational and academic achievement issues.
Organize, implement and attend college visits, including local and regional as well as national visits when appropriate.
Assist the management team in conducting regular program evaluation and assessment; implement necessary and appropriate program adjustments based on evaluation findings.
Travel with students; serve as student advocate.
Other duties as assigned
Demonstrated, in depth subject area knowledge of high school writing, foreign language, or mathematics. At least two years of experience working with students in the target population, a desire to work with high school students, an understanding of the college application and enrollment process and potential obstacles to success on that path.
Some teaching/counseling experience at the high school or college level.
The ability to relate well to high school and college students from low- income, educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.
Sense of humor, patience, and ability to communicate effectively and work on a team are essential.
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How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Location: The College
Full/Part Time: TAR
Opening: Time as Reported Grade 001 Kearns Center
Schedule: 8:30 AM-5 PM