Summer Job Openings- Math Corps Philadelphia

Math Corps Philadelphia is a combined academic enrichment and mentoring program for Philadelphia public and charter school students. Our summer camp is FREE for all participants. During summer camp our high school Teaching Assistants mentor and teach our middle school students and our College Instructors mentor and teach our high school Teaching Assistants.

The camp is designed to provide high school mentors for our middle school students. In addition to learning math, we have fun! We play games, hold assemblies, develop relationships, and encourage social growth.

Hiring:

-Math Instructors (must have Bachelor's)
-Grade Supervisors (must have Bachelor's)
-College Instructors and College Assistants (current Undergrads)

For more information email or call us!
Admissions@MathCorpsPhilly.org (215) 208-3955
***Positions open until filled***

http://www.mathcorpsphilly.org/summer-camp/

Mathematics Instructors:
The role of the Instructor is to teach mathematics courses that could include 7th grade math through Calculus, as well as Advanced Logic and Discovery/Socratic Methodology (curricula provided by The Math Corps). The Instructor is required to have current PA DOE clearances and attend training in Philadelphia June 24-27, 2019 and in Detroit, July 8 - 12, 2019*. The ideal candidate has 3+ years of prior teaching experience in a Philadelphia public or charter school, a degree in Mathematics (or other STEM field), and is passionate about helping students learn and grow.

*training in Detroit is preferred but not required

Grade Supervisors:
The primary responsibilities of the Grade Supervisor are to regularly observe, supervise, assist and evaluate college students; coordinate tutoring; provide a daily journal question and check and respond in writing to journal entries; and participate in parent meetings as needed. The Grade Supervisor is required to have current PA DOE clearances and attend training in Philadelphia June 24-27, 2019 and in Detroit, July 8 - 12, 2019* as well as other program events and activities. The ideal candidate has 3+ years of prior experience supervising others, prior experience working with Philadelphia public or charter school students, a bachelor’s degree in education or a related field, and is passionate about helping students learn and grow.

*training in Detroit is preferred but not required

College Instructors:
The College Instructors (CI) are the leaders of the teams that make up the structure of the camp. They lead a team of 5 high school teaching assistants and 10 middle school students. The CIs are responsible for the well being of their assigned students, TAs, and PAs. CIs prepare lesson plans, games, activities, and perform many other tasks relevant to their students needs. They also serve as mentors, friends, teachers, and guides to everyone on their team. Training takes place in Philadelphia June 24 - 27, 2019 (required) and in Detroit, July 8 - 12, 2019 (preferred but not required).

College Assistants:
The College Assistant (CA) is part of an army of " behind the scenes"responsible for helping to ensure that each and every student has a safe, rewarding, enjoyable and academically successful six-week experience.  Specifically, the role of the CA is to help the Site Coordinator in organizing the site, supporting the Director and Dean in carrying out the day-to-day operations of the camp, and communicating daily events and issues with the Program Coordinator.  The CA’s wear many hats in the program and can easily find themselves working as tutors, hallway supervisors, classroom assistants, room supervisors, lunch assistants, runners, setting up and cleaning up for events like Family Meal Day, Family Picnic, Friday Activity Days, and many other tasks. Training takes place in Philadelphia June 24 - 27, 2019 (required) and in Detroit,  July 8 -12, 2019 (preferred but not required).

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