New York City NDA members will serve in a variety of positions in inner city schools and nonprofit organizations. All positions are designed to provide academic assistance for grades 1st-12th. NDA members support after school programs, receive educational training, support teachers in the classroom, assist in support and development of students, and facilitate school operations directly serving students. Each Service Site varies in its service description. Service sites are located in Manhattan, The Bronx, and Brooklyn this year. A high school diploma/GED is required to serve at all sites, and some sites require a Bachelor's degree.
"I Have A Dream" Foundation (Manhattan):
The “I Have a Dream” Foundation provides long-term support to children and youth living in under-resourced communities to achieve their full potential, by promoting from an early age, values of higher education and career success, with opportunity guaranteed through financial resources, and other services. The “I Have A Dream” Foundation's vision is for all children to have an opportunity to earn a college degree and fully capitalize on their talents, aspirations, and dreams of fulfilling careers and productive global citizenship.
- High school diploma or GED required
Boys Hope Girls Hope (Brooklyn):
Boys Hope Girls Hope of NY is a non-profit, college preparatory urban boarding program that is committed to helping academically capable and motivated students reach their potential by providing them with a stable living environment, academic enrichment and support services to ensure their success through high school and beyond.
- Bachelor's Degree preferred
NDMVA is looking for hardworking, non-judgmental, and flexible individuals who are comfortable serving youth and young adults. Service members must be open to differences, and celebrate and encourage their students. Applicants should also be committed to a challenging and rewarding service position.
Please visit our website www.ndmva.org for more information about Notre Dame Mission Volunteers.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Student loan forbearance, Training
Community building and professional development training, one-on-one and team support, housing assistance provided by some sites, National Mid-Year Conference (personal and professional development).
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check
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