A Job Fair for Academic Tutors

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The YOUTH POLICY INSTITUTE  HOSTS A Job Fair for Academic Tutors

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2010 10:00AM -4:00 PM

634 South Spring, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Contact person: Ms. Carrillo (213- 797- 4872) For More Information

HIRING PROCESS

To apply, please e-mail the following information to sesjobs@ypiusa.org

(Please write “In Home Tutor”    or “Center Tutor”  in the Subject line)

  • Resume and cover letter (please include your  tutoring locations of preference)
  • Name/contact information of three references.

The Youth Policy Institute is an equal opportunity employer

Must be able to attend one of these paid training cohort (all day training):

 

  • Saturday, December 4 and Saturday December 11, 2010  OR
  • Saturday, December 11 and Saturday December 18, 2010 OR
  • Saturday, December 18, 2010 and Sunday December 19, 2010

 

 

Company Overview: 

  • The Youth Policy Institute-SES program provides tutoring services to K-12 students in Math or Language arts throughout Los Angeles and the Greater San Fernando area. 
  • Tutoring occurs in a 1 on 1 and small group setting at a students’ home, local library or one of our many learning centers
  • We are currently looking for tutors to work 1 on 1 or small group (2:1) and center tutors with teaching credential to work with small group of students (5:1)

 

Benefits for working with YPI: 

 

  • We are a growing local nonprofit
  • There are many tutoring opportunities
  • Competitive hourly rate
  • We provide all teaching supplies and materials
  • Various perks: 

–We pay for preparation

–We pay for travel time and mileage

–We pay for training (at a lower hourly rate)

–We reimburse your LiveScan

We are looking for people in all areas throughout

 

Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley

 

These areas have the biggest program need:

 

  • San Fernando Valley~ Canoga Park, Winnetka (West Valley), Sun Valley.
  • District 3 & 4:   Downtown/Central Area~ Downtown LA, Westlake, Pico Union, Echo Park, Korea Town, Mid-Wilshire, Highland Park, Mid City & West L.A.
  • District 5:   East LA ~ Boyle Heights, City Terrace,  Huntington Park, El Sereno, Maywood, Walnut Park,
  • District 6, 7 & 8:  South LA~ Bell, Huntington Park, , Athens, Florence, Long Beach, South Gate, San Pedro, Wilmington

 

In-home/Library tutors:        $12.00 – $20.00 an hour depending on experience

 

Minimum requirements: 

 

  • At least 2 years of academic tutoring experience
  • Must be able to tutor one on one and/or small groups (2:1)
  • Enrolled in college or Bachelor’s Degree

 

Center Tutor:      $20.00 – 30.00 an hour depending on experience

 

Minimum requirements: 

 

  • Must have California Teaching Credentials
  • Tutor students in small groups (5:1)
  • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Will consider individuals that are currently obtaining teaching credential, clearing credential, out of state teaching credential with teaching experience
  • Ability to help English language learners become bi-literate and bilingual Candidates with CLAD/BCLAD highly encouraged

 

All Candidate Must: 

  • Be available to work a minimum of 12-15 hours and up to 32 hours  per week during the times below:

–Monday-Friday:        4-6pm and/or 6-8pm

–Saturdays/Sunday:     Two hour sessions from 8 am to 8 pm

  • Comfortable tutoring & teaching underserved communities
  • Pass a criminal background check and provide verification of TB test
  • Have reliable transportation to travel to center or local library or student’s home
  • Very flexible Schedule and highly dependable
  • Proven ability and commitment in assisting children in Math and/or Reading and Writing
  • Have access to a computer and check email frequently
  • Excellent organizational, computer savvy and ability to do paperwork and meet strict biweekly deadlines
  • Bilingual Spanish/English is a huge plus

 

Must be able to attend one of these paid training cohort (all day training):

 

  • Saturday, December 4 and Saturday December 11, 2010  OR
  • Saturday, December 11 and Saturday December 18, 2010 OR
  • Saturday, December 18, 2010 and Sunday December 19, 2010

 

HIRING PROCESS

To apply, please e-mail the following information to sesjobs@ypiusa.org

  (Please write “In Home Tutor”  or  “Center Tutor”  in the Subject line)

  • Resume and cover letter (please include your  tutoring locations of preference)
  • Name/contact information of three references.

The Youth Policy Institute is an equal opportunity employer

 

Company Overview: 

  • The Youth Policy Institute-SES program provides tutoring services to K-12 students in Math or Language arts

throughout Los Angeles and the Greater San Fernando area. 

  • Tutoring occurs in a 1 on 1 and small group setting at a students’ home, local library or one of our many
  • learning centers
  • We are currently looking for tutors to work 1 on 1 or small group (2:1) and center tutors with teaching credential

to work with small group of students (5:1)

Benefits for working with YPI: 

—We are a growing local nonprofit                —There are many tutoring opportunities

—Competitive hourly rate                          —We provide all teaching supplies and materials

  • Various perks: 

–We pay for preparation                                 —We pay for travel time and mileage

–We pay for training (at a lower hourly rate) —-We reimburse your LiveScan

We are looking for people in all areas throughout Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley

These areas have the biggest program need:

  • San Fernando Valley~ Canoga Park, Winnetka (West Valley), Sun Valley.
  • District 3 & 4:   Downtown/Central Area~ Downtown LA, Westlake, Pico Union, Echo Park, Korea Town,
  • Mid-Wilshire, Highland Park, Mid City & West L.A.
  • District 5:   East LA ~ Boyle Heights, City Terrace,  Huntington Park, El Sereno, Maywood, Walnut Park,

District 6, 7 & 8:  South LA~ Bell, Huntington Park, Athens, Florence, Long Beach,

South Gate, San Pedro, Wilmington

In-home/Library tutors:         $12.00 – $20.00 an hour depending on experience

Minimum requirements: 

  • At least 2 years of academic tutoring experience
  • Must be able to tutor one on one and/or small groups (2:1)
  • Enrolled in college or Bachelor’s Degree

 

Center Tutor:         $20.00 – 30.00 an hour depending on experience

Minimum requirements: 

  • Must have California Teaching Credentials
  • Ability to help English language learners become bi-literate and bilingual Candidates with CLAD/BCLAD highly encouraged
  • Tutor students in small groups (5:1)
  • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Will consider individuals that are currently obtaining teaching credential, clearing credential, out of state teaching credential with teaching experience

All Candidate Must: 

  • Be available to work a minimum of 12-15 hours and up to 32 hours  per week during the times below:

–Monday-Friday:    4-6pm and/or 6-8pm

–Saturdays/Sunday:                Two hour sessions from 8 am to 8 pm

  • Comfortable tutoring & teaching underserved communities
  • Pass a criminal background check and provide verification of TB test
  • Have reliable transportation to travel to center or local library or student’s home
  • Proven ability and commitment in assisting children in Math and/or Reading and Writing
  • Have access to a computer and check email frequently
  • Excellent organizational, computer savvy and ability to do paperwork and meet strict biweekly deadlines
  • Bilingual Spanish/English is a huge plus

Must be able to attend one of these paid training cohort (all day training):

  • Saturday, December 4 and Saturday December 11, 2010  OR
  • Saturday, December 11 and Saturday December 18, 2010 OR
  • Saturday, December 18, 2010 and Sunday December 19, 2010

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