|Category||Education , Community Outreach , Children/Youth .|
Hands On Atlanta Social Emotional Learning Coach (Half-time)
Responsibilities: Major areas of responsibility for the AmeriCorps Half-time Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Coach position include: • Coach and mentor a caseload of 20-30 elementary or middle school students and facilitate activities centered around social emotional learning, community engagement, and academic growth. • Conduct checks with caseload students to provide guidance in their development of SEL competencies, including self-awareness, conflict resolution, communication, and behavioral interventions. • Track student progress through maintaining detailed and accurate records of student meetings, interventions, and group sessions and teacher/staff observations. • Attend Discovery and engage with community volunteers up to 10 Saturdays over the school year. This includes helping with volunteer recruitment and recognition, sign-in, lesson facilitation, and student support. • Coordinate and support volunteers during national and local days of service, including MLK Day and Hands On Atlanta Week. • Participate in AmeriCorps trainings and development days and complete a Leadership/Legacy project at the end of your service term. Eligibility requirements: • Able to commit to completing 900 hours of full-time service over 10 months • Have a bachelor's degree or are currently pursuing your bachelor's • Able to clear state and federal background checks & NSOPW check • Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Nationals or Lawful Permanent Residents of the U.S. • Valid driver's license, reliable transportation and ability to navigate in and around greater Atlanta A more detailed description of the role, responsibilities, and candidate qualifications can be found at https://handsonatlanta.welcomekit.co/jobs/americorps-full-time-social-emotional-learning-coach_atlanta.
Member Duties : • Coach and mentor a caseload of 20-30 students and facilitate activities centered around social emotional learning, community engagement, and academic growth. • Provide behavioral interventions and support to students in order to decrease behavioral incidents and office referrals, ultimately preserving students' "time-in-class." • Debrief SEL caseload student needs with school staff and SEL team at least once a week; collect teacher observations, discuss behavior management strategies, etc. • Track student progress through maintaining detailed and accurate records of student meetings, interventions, and group sessions and teacher/staff observations. • Support teachers and school administrators by assisting students, co-planning lessons, leading learning activities, and participating in school events. • Support and attend Hands On Atlanta's weekend enrichment program (Discovery) and engage with community volunteers up to 10 Saturday mornings over the school year.
Program Benefits : Living Allowance , Education award upon successful completion of service .
Car recommended , Permits attendance at school during off hours , Permits working at another job during off hours , Uniforms provided and required .
Service Areas :
Education , Community Outreach , Children/Youth .
Leadership , Public Speaking , Youth Development , Community Organization , Education , Team Work , Social Services , Communications , Conflict Resolution , Counseling , Public Health , Teaching/Tutoring .