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Operation Unite NY

Operation Unite New York (OUNY) offers educational, cultural and community programs and events throughout the year that help youth to become informed, active participants in Hudson politics and cultural life. Our arts and educational programs help youth to succeed. We serve over 200 youth and their families each year through programs like Art on the River!, Hudson Youth Government Day, College Tours, cultural events like Kwanzaa and the Hudson Black Arts & Cultural Festival, dance workshops (including Kuumba Dance & Drum, Pedestrian Movement, Hip Hop, and seasonal workshops with professional dancers), and ongoing youth-led service projects at Bliss Towers, local senior homes, and the Rotary Club. Workforce development projects like YOUTH IN ACTION: Earn-to-learn put youth into leadership roles, providing them with an opportunity to earn a modest salary as they learn through doing, while building a resume for college and future employment. 100% of Youth In Action participants have graduated from high school and gone to college. OUNY has served the Hudson Valley community for over thirty years, and a majority of our youth empowerment programs focus on residents of Hudson that are underserved. Eighty percent of OUNY youth are young people of color. We see a direct and positive relationship between education, exposure to the arts, and vocational training in the arts which leads to growth in the socio-economic development and agency of all members of our community. This position is a remarkable opportunity for the right individual to be a creative force in helping to realize the long-range growth and sustainability of a beloved organization serving youth and their families in the Hudson community.
Hudson Valley
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Brooklyn Robot Foundry

Brooklyn Robot Foundry offers hands-on robot-building programs for children, and sometimes adults. These super creative STEAM classes are engaging, immersive, and tons of fun! Students get to build and take home a new whimsical robot each time they attend. Brooklyn Robot Foundry currently serves NYC and Rochester with in-person classes, and offers virtual classes for the remainder of the state. We've got after-school classes, summer sessions, school holiday “Fundays”, field trips, birthday parties, school residencies, and adult classes too! Interested in bringing Brooklyn Robot Foundry to your area? Open your own Foundry! Our mobile franchise system allows you to bring the joy of robot-building anywhere! We've got a dynamic curriculum, a robust training & support system, and an amazing production facility that will prep all of your materials! Join this awesome company and we'll start Building Fun Together!  
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The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families

The Senior Group Leader is responsible for overseeing the safety and well-being of a group of 20 school-aged participants in CHCF’s After-School Program with the assistance of a Youth Worker. Senior Group Leaders must love children, be flexible and understanding, act as a positive role model, and be a team player. Senior Group Leaders are a critical part of the success of the CHCF After-School Program, as they provide direction, comfort, innovation and partnership between students and the school community. Duties and responsibilities Supervision of students: Assures all students are safe Acts as a positive adult role model Reinforces and models good communication and respectful behavior Ensures all participants in the group receie a daily snack Ensures classroom/space is clean and organized Ensures participants utilize homework time effectively and assist when needed Ensures all materials and games stay in good condition and treated with respect Maintain group control Lessons: Creates and executes age appropriate lesson plans Incorporates and implements strategies learned from trainings, professional developments, curriculum and resources from the after school library Creatively adapts lessons; be flexible as needed Teamwork: Collaborates with Group Leaders Provides input and ideas to improve and expand the After-School programming Communicates effectively with Group Leaders, Program Coordinator, Teachers, Administrations and other school and program staff Attends trainings and meetings when required Actively engages in all activities and trips Administrative Duties: Takes daily attendance and snack count Prepares attendance logs Provides reports and plans in a timely fashion Lesson Plans Incident Reports (behavior, injury or sickness) Students Behavior and Academic Contract Students Weekly HW and Behavior Tracker Anecdotal Reports Supplies Requests Special Equipment Sign In - Out Sheet Other duties as assigned by supervisor Qualifications and Skills: High School Diploma Some college credits in early childhood, youth development, or education preferred Some related experience working with children is preferred Must love working with youth Must have problem solving skills Must have excellent interpersonal skills Must possess strong listening skills Must be punctual Must be responsible Intermediate skills in technology CHCF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Job Type: Part-time Pay: $20.00 per hour
New York City
Bronx
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NYC FIRST

NYC FIRST inspires and empowers thousands of students from diverse communities across New York City each year to engage with STEM and robotics in meaningful and joyful ways. We create authentic learning experiences that encourage young people to think critically and creatively and to persevere. NYC FIRST is investing in New York City’s future by preparing the next generation of innovators and leaders, thinkers and doers. For over 20 years, we NYC FIRST has engaged K-12 youth in a range of high-impact programs, encouraging productive participation in their communities, teaching them how to solve problems, and preparing them for success in their academic and professional lives. Robotics is an ideal vehicle for building a young person’s mindset and skillset, presenting a student with complex, technical challenges to build solutions to real world problems. Robotics gives young people the opportunity to take an idea and transform it into something creative and tangible. NYC FIRST has a staff of 20, made up of 14 full-time employees, 3 part-time employees, and 3 AmeriCorps Vista members, and an annual operating budget of $3 million.
New York City
Bronx
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
Staten Island
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Sandler Search

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Say Yes Buffalo

The mission of the Say Yes Buffalo partnership is to remove barriers to educational attainment, workforce participation and economic mobility for students in public and charter schools in Buffalo, NY.   Our collective impact partnership, centered on racial equity and inclusion, provides a postsecondary tuition promise and cradle to career comprehensive supports to increase the rates of high school and postsecondary completion and the achievement of fulfilling professional employment.    Our vision is for a more equitable and thriving Western New York economy in which all students will have the opportunity to reach their full potential. 
Western New York
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WNY STEM Hub

WNY STEM Hub Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, mobilizes schools and stakeholders to develop, nurture and maximize interest in STEM careers through hands-on, one-of-a kind experiences.  WNY STEM is an initiative of the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County, the UB Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences and the Empire State STEM Learning Network. Its purpose is to the WNY Community to empower students through life changing STEM experiences – such as the award-winning Hand in Hand, Girls Coding, Schools on the Move and Take Flight Space Experiments Programs – to tackle careers in science, technology, engineering and math. It is recognized internationally as an ecosystem of the STEM Funders Network and a regional partner of Code.org.
Western New York
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Mentoring in Medicine

Mentoring in Medicine (www.medicalmentor.org) -  a national 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to inspiring and educating the next generation of health and science professionals. MIM programs include in-school field trips, in-class electives, after-school programs, out of school time camps, Saturday Academies, conferences and e-learning initiatives.
Long Island
New York City
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NYSED 21st Century Community Learning Centers Technical Assistance Resource Center, Rest of State Region

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) program is the only federal funding source dedicated to supporting afterschool and local summer learning programs through the US Department of Education. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, now known as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), updated and reauthorized the 21st CCLC program in December 2015. Each state receives funds based on its share of Title I funding for low-income students. Grants support afterschool and summer learning programs that provide the following services to students attending high-poverty, low-performing schools: Academic enrichment activities that can help students meet state and local achievement standards. A broad array of additional services designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program, such as: drug and violence prevention programs, counseling programs, art, music, and recreation programs, technology education programs, and character education programs. Literacy and related educational development services to the families of children who are served in the program. ​The purpose of the Resource Center is to provide ongoing support to all 21st CCLC subgrantees to improve the quality of their programs and, in turn, improve the academic, social and emotional outcomes of the students and the literacy of their families.
Southern Tier
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ExpandED Schools

ExpandED is dedicated to ensuring that all young people have access to enriching learning opportunities that affirm their identities, teach them valuable skills, and spark new possibilities. Through program development, capacity-building, research and advocacy, we work toward our vision of a vibrant and stable publicly-funded system of school-community partnership so that all New York City children thrive.
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