New Settlement Apartments


Group Leader - Creative Leaders After School Program
1501 Jerome Ave
Bronx, NY, 10452



Job Type:


Minimum age:

18 years old


Part Time



Specific Days Needed:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Minimum Hours/Week:

18 hours/week

Maximum Hours/Week:

24 hours/week

Public Transportation:

Bus (BX1, BX2), Train (4, D)

Minimum Education:

Undergraduate student or Bachelor's degree

Area of Focus:

Academic Support/Homework Help, Arts (Visual, Music, Dance, Theater), Community Service/Service Learning, Leadership/Mentoring, Sports/Recreation/Fitness

Job Description:



Is a youth-centered, school-based program providing leadership, arts, STEM and healthy living activities to middle school students at CMSP 327, a 6th-12th grade school located in the Bronx. In addition, we offer an array of clubs and free choice activities aimed at providing students with social, emotional and cognitive growth. 

OVERVIEW OF NEW SETTLEMENT: New Settlement is a non-profit, mixed-income housing organization with a 27-year track record of active commitment to neighborhood revitalization, community building and organizing, and positive youth development. Our community programs currently provide year-round educational, cultural and recreational programs and social services to 13,500 youth and adults who live in the surrounding area.  The Creative Leaders After-school program is one of these programs. 

How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to the attention of Email:
New Settlement Apartments 1512 Townsend Ave.
Bronx, NY, 10452
United States

To the Attention of:

Creative Leaders Program Director, New Settlement Apartments

Required Skills/Experience:


During the school year the part-time Group Leader works a minimum of 18 hours a week, Mon-Fri 2:30-6pm and is responsible for:


  • Implement youth-centered activities including Girls and Boys clubs and assists with the implementation of activities led by professional facilitators, consultants and program partners
  • Supervise the safety and engagement of program participants
  • Serve as a positive role model to the school population and uphold professionalism at all times; build positive relationships with participants, program staff and school staff. Enforces progressive behavior policies while building-up our youth
  • Guides students through daily routines and establish order during school dismissal, program transitions, meal time and after-school dismissal
  • Actively participate in activities alongside participants in order to encourage persistence and risk-taking
  • Upkeep program spaces, classrooms used and maintain order in program closet and designated materials area
  • Complete all necessary documentation daily and as required: attendance, sign out sheets, session logs, cafeteria rosters and classroom check-lists
  • lesson plan for engaging activities that support the growth of the whole child
  •  Chaperones field trips during and out of regular work hours including some evenings and weekends. Help staff special program celebrations and weekend events




ü  1+ years of experience working with activity-based, educational lesson plans

ü  1+ years of experience working with middle school aged children in a school or community based setting (baby sitting or having young relatives in the family does not fully fulfill this qualification)

ü  The position requires a creative, energetic person who is eager to be a part of a team and is genuinely interested in working with youth

ü  Must get fingerprinted by the Department of Education, Department of Health and background check upon position offer

ü  Must be able to attend professional development sessions through- out the school year as mandated by the program funder, DYCD


Graduate or undergraduate students preferred. Bilingual Spanish/English and experience working in a school setting is a plus.

COMPENSATION $13-$15; based on experience