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Teen / Tween Assistant
Boys And Girls Club of BlufftonBluffton, SC
The Teen/Tween Center Assistant will help to run a teen programming under the Core Areas of Character and Leadership Development, Education and Career Development, Health and Life Skills, The Arts and Sports, and Fitness and Recreation.
Teen Dept. Assistant
Boys And Girls Club of BlufftonBluffton, SC
Youth Development Staff to assist with program activities for middle and high school members for afterschool program and summer camp. Experience working with youth; experience working with teens preferred.
jobsearcher.com/articlesBoys And Girls Club Job Description
As part of our mantra, Great Futures Start Here applies not only to our Club Members, but Boys & Girls Clubs employees.
If you think you possess the skills to do whatever it takes to put kids on the path to a great future, submit your resume and go to our website at www.
Technology Assistant
Boys And Girls Club of BlufftonBluffton, SC
PART TIME Youth development staff to assist in the Technology Center with after-school STEM programs such as computer programming, math tutoring, digital literacy, robotics, and fun activities that spark interest in science, technology, engineering, or math.

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