Afterschool Group Leader

Association to Benefit Children


Association To Benefit Children - Echo Park
1841 Park Ave
New York, NY, 10035



Job Type:



Part Time



Specific Days Needed:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Minimum Hours/Week:

4 hours/week

Number of Available Positions:


Maximum Hours/Week:

5 hours/week

Public Transportation:

Bus (BX15, M60SBS, M100, M107, M1, M35), Train (4,5,6), MetroNorth Harlem-125th Station

Minimum Education:

High school diploma

Area of Focus:

Academic Support/Homework Help, Community Service/Service Learning, Leadership/Mentoring

Job Description:

The Association to Benefit Children (ABC) at Echo Park hosts an after-school program serving children ages 5-12 from the East Harlem community. The program offers tutoring and academic guidance, workshops, community service projects, and recreational activities in an integrated and supportive setting. ABC seeks two professionals committed to building social/emotional relationships with youth of diverse backgrounds and fostering a safe and stimulating after-school environment.


  • - Facilitate a stimulating, academic, and emotionally supportive environment for a classroom of 15-20 students
  • - Assist with the development and facilitation of daily enrichment activities
  • - Operational tasks including set up and clean up from workshops, snack and meal serving
  • - Be accountable for all classroom students during program hours
  • - Maintain daily records of attendance, snack and meal counts, health and medical incidents, parent contact, academic progress, and behavior



How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to the attention of Email:
1841 Park Avenue Attn: Jessica Casanova
New York, NY, 10035
United States

To the Attention of:

Jessica Casanova

Required Skills/Experience:

  • - Minimum of two years of experience working with youth from diverse backgrounds
  • - High School diploma and CDA certification required, advanced study in child development or related field preferred
  • - Strong leadership, classroom management, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills
  • - Patience, reliability, and confidence in interacting with students, parents, staff, and volunteers
  • - Experience working with youth with special needs preferred
  • - Familiarity with the East Harlem community preferred
  • - Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred