Paid Internship with Urban Students May 22, 2019 Industry: Non-Profit Classification: Part-time Company Name: Common Good, CDC 1015 North Limestone Lexington Kentucky 40505 Contact Person: Laura Gallaher Contact E-mail Address: email@example.com Description/Responsibilities: Common Good is seeking an intern to begin September 3, 2019. This person will provide leadership for our After-School and Summer Programs as a Lead Mentor in an elementary classroom. They will build mentoring relationships with students, manage a classroom, oversee volunteer mentors in their class and help to address barriers to basic needs. The position includes an education award, training, supportive supervision and a stipend through Americorps. The position is 20 hours a week and a one-year commitment with possible renewal. Essential Job Functions: 1. Provide leadership for program each day; work alongside staff and volunteers to implement program in a successful, structured fashion. 2. Build meaningful mentor relationships with students. 3. Enforce Common Goods discipline policy. Address and manage discipline issues promptly and serve as key mediator/communicator in conveying issues to parents/guardians. 4. Carry out objectives and performance measures developed by full-time staff that address students educational, emotional, behavioral, and social growth. Conduct assessments in order to monitor students growth and development. 5. Assist with maintaining a good, working relationship within the school system to better meet the emotional, behavioral, and academic needs of the students. 6. Ensure facilities are clean, organized, and conducive to learning. 7. Develop and maintain positive relationships with students parents or guardians. 8. Keep program hours from 1:30-6:30PM Monday-Thursday. Additional planning and administrative hours required; schedule for these hours will be determined with supervisor. 9. Outside program hours required. Attend weekend activities for students and families. Requirements/Qualifications: Requirements: 1. Strong passion and commitment to people and outreach in an underserved community 2. High school degree 3. High levels of initiative and organizational skills Preferred Qualifications (not required): Bilingual (English and Spanish) Have experience working in an urban setting with students NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the neighborhood and the non-profit.