Position: STEM Teacher
Location: 321 East 111th St. New York, NY 10029
Salary Range: $40
Hours: 6 hours per week
Employment Type: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
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.
The STEM Teacher is responsible for leading boys and young men through a curriculum intended to support the development of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills. The STEM Program runs each cycle for 9-12 weeks, 2-4 days a week for up to 6 hours, and the theme or program may vary at the start of each new cycle.
* Effectively manage STEM classroom for 8 to 12 boys or young men
* Engage members in fun and relevant lessons based on established curriculum and specific classroom needs
* Use provided curriculum or develop appropriate STEM curriculum as needed to engage members in project-based learning activities
* Observe and track member progress and attendance
* Reinforce positive student behavior and clubhouse rules; maintain a positive relationship with all members, families and staff
* Communicate with Education Director to discuss member progress, needs, and concerns.
* Attend required department meetings and professional development trainings
* Other duties as assigned
* Minimum 3 years college credits with a focus on Science, Technology, Math, Engineering, Education, or other highly relevant field; Bachelors degree preferred
* At least one year's experience teaching STEM related programing to school-aged children in a group setting preferred
* Commitment to impacting the lives of youth through STEM
* Experience with Lego Mindstorm and Robotics preferred
* Ability to adapt to a changing environment and address varying needs
The Boys' Club of New York is an equal opportunity employer.
Associated topics: epigenetic, experiment, math, mathematics, molecular, molecule, oceanography, organic chemistry, physics, science
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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