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Hours Per Week: 10-15

Work Days/Times: T-Th, between 8:00am – 4:00pm

 

Intern Responsibilities and Expectations:

Classroom Coaching interns and work-study students are responsible for supporting one or more of the APIE academic programs, including the middle school math program.  They will report to the Intern and Work-Study Coordinator, Emily Arnold.

APIE Work-Study students and Interns will be expected to:

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Work with small groups of 1-4 students on reading and/or math skills using APIE curriculum materials

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Substitute for volunteers who may be absent from their regular Classroom Coaching sessions

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Utilize effective instructional and motivational techniques when working with students

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Assist with preparing curriculum materials for schools and other projects in the APIE office as needed

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Work collaboratively with APIE staff, school staff, and volunteers

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Other tasks as assigned

 

Opportunities for Employment

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Work-Study Internship = 10 hours or more

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Unpaid Internship = 6 hours or more

 

Schedule Requirements

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Must be able to work 6 or more hours per week on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday between 8:00am - 4:00pm.

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Must be able to attend new work-study/intern orientation, new volunteer training(s), and in-service trainings throughout the year

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Must commit to at least one semester of work; however, a full academic year of work is preferred

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Occasional availability on Mondays and Fridays

 

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To apply for this position, please copy/paste this link into your web  browser and fill out the information.
https://austinpartners.secure.force.com/Internshipapp.

Required Qualifications: 

Qualifications: · Flexibility; or an ability to adapt well to often changing classroom environments · Excellent time management skills · Strong written and verbal communication skills · Experience as a tutor or working with kids/teens preferred · Spanish language skills are a plus · Ability to relate well with diverse populations of children, teens, and adults · Comfortable asking questions and seeking feedback as needed · Consistent access to email · Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Publisher) preferred · Access to reliable transportation

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