Founded in 1876, The Boys' Club of New York (BCNY) is a youth development organization with the mission to empower boys and young men, ages 7 to 21, by providing effective programs and a supportive community. BCNY provides evidence-based programs to address the evolving social, emotional, health, creative, educational, and vocational needs of our members in meaningful, lasting ways. BCNY develops programs to cultivate positive qualities in members and strives to continually deepen and broaden our impact.
Under the direction of the Education Director, the Math Tutor will provide individual and/or small-group tutoring. Tutors will be strongly supported by the Education Director and are responsible for planning their own lessons and finding materials. We are seeking a reliable, highly motivated candidate with a strong record of working with young people.
* Plan, organize, and implement appropriate programs and lesson plans to enhance math skill development of participants * Work regularly with the Education Director and other relevant staff to assess the needs of individual students and adapt lessons to meet those needs * Observe and track member progress and attendance * Reinforce positive student behavior and clubhouse rules; maintain a positive relationship with all members, families and staff * Write, implement and adapt a curriculum and training methods that meets participants' interests * Other duties as assigned * Attend required department meetings and professional development training
* Minimum Bachelor's Degree with a focus in a relevant field * At least 2 years of experience as a Math Tutor or classroom teacher * Experience working with students from 7-18 years old * Knowledge of NYC school standards preferred * Strong communication and organizational skills * Ability to adapt to a changing environment and to address the varying needs of the boys
The Boys' Club of New York is an equal opportunity employer.
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