Out-of-School Suspension Teacher (Fargo)
- Provide tutoring to suspended or expelled youth referred by Fargo and West Fargo Public Schools
- Communicate with teachers to access schoolwork and discuss the needs of referred students
- Supervise part-time educational support staff providing classroom assistance to students
- Develop meaningful relationships with students
- Create an environment conducive to learning for all students
- Meet individually with students to discuss academic progress, provide positive feedback and address issues that may be impeding progress
- Attend school meetings pertaining to students
- Ensure that a healthy lunch meal is provided to all students
- Ensure that students have transportation to off-site community service or have adequate supervision for on-site community service
- Bachelors degree in Education
- Experience working with at-risk youth preferred
- ND Teaching License
- This is a full-time position, with potential for 9 or 12 month contract
- Compensation: DOE, plus benefit package, including health insurance and retirement
Position requires availability for on-call (rotating schedule with other staff) and some evening and crisis work.
Please send resume and cover letter to: Thomas Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Youthworks 1330 18th Ave S – Fargo, ND 58103
Summer Mentoring Program Mentors
Youthworks is looking to hire mentors and case aides to provide supportive services to youth and adults in Bismarck, Fargo, and throughout North Dakota. Mentors and case aides should have strong relational skills and should be adept at managing their own schedules. The ability to receive feedback and maintain confidentiality is a must. Travel may be necessary for some.
- Provide emotional, social, and practical support within limits
- Role model healthy, trusting relationships by using clear communication and setting appropriate boundaries
- Assist mentees in meeting their individualized goals
- Acknowledge mentee’s strengths, talents, and gifts and find opportunities to use them
- Empower mentees to resolve personal issues through problem-solving model
- Participate in weekly activities outside of the home to expose mentees to new experiences and opportunities, connecting mentees to outside resources
- Complete thorough documentation of weekly activities
- Engage in clear communication with mentee, family, case manager, and YEMI project coordinator
- Participate in pre-match, post-match and other ongoing trainings
- Utilize supervision when needed and participate in quarterly meetings
- Incorporate skills taught in mentor trainings, supervision, and meetings
- Continuously challenge own practice by exploring personal thought processes, inherent biases, and values
- Complete other duties and activities as assigned
- Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality
- Knowledge of one’s boundaries and biases
- Valid driver’s license and insurance
- Creativity and flexibility are essential in assuming significant responsibility
Mentors and case aides are asked to commit to a year of mentoring. Each mentoring relationship has a minimum expectation of 1-3 hours per week for a year. Mentors and case aides can have multiple mentees.
Mentors are compensated $12.50/hour; case aides’ compensation is dependent on experience. Mentors and case aides will be paid for one-to-one support, group participation, training, supervision, and meetings.
Street Outreach Worker
- Provision of street-based, school-based, and activity-based outreach to:
- Youth ages 13 – 17 who are have ran away from home or are at-risk of running away.
- Young adults ages 18 – 21 who are homeless or at risk of being homeless
- Staff the Drop-in Center for youth and young adults
- Maintain detailed records related to the duties of outreach and drop-in services.
- Be responsible for staff and youth safety.
- Staff must be dedicated to the Positive Youth Development model
- Staff must be able to work competently with youth from multiple backgrounds
- Outgoing and compassionate personality that can engage with youth in crisis
- Minimum High School Diploma with experience working with youth.
- Degree in Social Work or a related field preferred.
- Staff must possess a valid drivers license
- $14 per hour part-time
To apply please send resume and cover letter with references to Jessica Fleck at email@example.com or mail to 1330 18th Ave S – Fargo, ND 58103
Gaurdian ad Litems Part-Time (Grand Forks, Minot & Devils Lake, North Dakota)
The North Dakota Guardian ad Litem Program promotes the child’s best interest and provides a voice for those children in court. The Guardian ad Litem is an objective and independent advocate for the best interest of the child.
Once assigned a case the Guardian ad Litem must:
- Review records
- Interview appropriate parties
- Determine if a permanent plan has been created and whether required services are being provided
- Submit reports to the court with recommendations. Attend and participate in all court hearings.
- $16.50-$22.00 an hour
To apply please send resume and cover letter with references to Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org