The CTEP member will be a member of the IT Career Pathways team. This includes the Employment Coordinator and two IT Instructors. Member will be working with students ages 18-24, primarily Karen but also East African such as Somali, nearly all are newcomers and English Language Learners. The CTEP member will be teaching two 2-hour sections of Information Technology once a week, with 15 students in each section. There will be additional opportunities to teach Digital Literacy classes throughout the year. Member will also instruct our computer refurbishing/recycling program, which forms the hands-on component of the IT curriculum. Additionally, the member will oversee the volunteer component of our IT Career Pathway. This is the process where the member finds opportunities for the students outside the school to perform community service, a vital part of the YouthBuild/AmeriCorps program. We try to have this service often be on an IT related nature, such as testing equipment for "PC's for People". This program matches IT students to volunteer opportunities at local organizations and includes processes for recruitment, orientation, training, supervising, supporting. Another responsibility is running a twice per week Technology Club at a nearby middle school.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Student loan forbearance, Training
GED/High School Diploma
Less than High School Completed
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check