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Community Counseling and Mediation
810 Classon Avenue
DescriptionCommunity Counseling and Mediation is a community-based, not-for-profit social services organization that annually serves thousands of at-risk children, youth and families in some of the poorest minority-populated areas of Brooklyn. Community Counseling and Mediation (CCM) is currently seeking dedicated individuals with a profound interest in making a significant and positive impact on the lives of New York City’s youth who are in and will be transitioning from foster care. We are especially looking for educational mentors who will tutor youth in language, writing, math, science and history.
In an effort to achieve positive outcomes for New York City’s foster care youth, Community Counseling and Mediation actively participates in a program called Preparing Youth for Adulthood (PYA) which primarily caters to youth ages 12 through 21. As part of an academic enrichment component of CCM PYA, CCM has established an afterschool program that provides study hall, regent’s prep and GED prep to all foster care youth in our charge. Volunteer members will plan curriculum and facilitate all lessons.
Hours: Monday thru Saturday 3:00pm to 6:00pm (Hours are flexible)
Service site is located at Community Counseling Mediation, 810 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn New York, 11238.
To apply for the volunteer position offered by the PYA Afterschool Program, please email Community Counseling & Mediation at email@example.com, with “volunteer opportunity” in the subject line. In your message, kindly attach a copy of your resume.
ResponsibilitiesThe primary responsibilities of Volunteer staff members are to prepare interesting and educational lesson plans for the class they facilitate. They will be expected to get to know each student as individuals so that they will be able to personally assist and motivate participants to improve their reading, writing, math and social skills.
The staff of the PYA Afterschool Program will always be expected to work hard to inspire the students to feel more competent and confident in school and their personal lives.
- Experience tutoring A+
- Experience working with disconnected youth A+
- Able to commit 6 to 15 hrs a week (flexible)
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Culturally sensitive
- Motivated to empower disadvantaged communities
- Excellent resume building opportunity
- References will be made available to those volunteers that complete their term of service
- Flexible scheduling
- Friendly work environment