Afterschool program now hiring college students
California Teaching Fellows seeks program leaders in Fresno, Madera, Merced and Tulare Counties
FRESNO – College students interested in becoming teachers will have the opportunity to work at school sites and get paid to run afterschool programs.
California Teaching Fellows Foundation (CTFF), a Central Valley non-profit that gives potential teachers valuable experience, announced last week it has immediate openings and is now hiring college students to lead afterschool programs; morning tutor programs; and other youth programs at local K-12 school sites.
The job positions available are part time and offer competitive wages in four counties-Fresno, Madera, Merced and Tulare. To be eligible, candidates must have a passion for youth and our community, be enrolled in a minimum of six college course units, be in good academic standing, and be able to lead academic and enrichment classes in a classroom setting. Paid professional training is provided to guide all new hires before entering the classroom. Becoming a Teaching Fellow is a one of a kind experience that allows college students to share their passions and inspire youth in before and afterschool programs. In the program, Teaching Fellows build leadership and management skills while being part of a fun, energetic, and interactive team. With CTFF, there is always opportunity for growth and professional development.
Since 1999, California Teaching Fellows Foundation has partnered with local school districts across the four counties of Merced, Madera, Fresno and Tulare to staff and operate over 250 afterschool and summer learning programs. With nearly 2,000 diverse and first-generation college students, California Teaching Fellows Foundation serves just under 40,000 K-12 students daily and is the largest employer of youth in the area.
To apply or for more information, call 559-224-9200 or visit www.ctff.us, or 575 E. Locust, Suite 302, Fresno, CA 93720; phone 559-224-9200; fax 559-224-9204.