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Academic Success Coordinator - OK Clubhouse
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
Project Learn: Project Learn is a whole-Club programmatic strategy that reinforces and enhances the skills and knowledge young people learn at school through fun and engaging activities at Club. This comprehensive strategy consists of homework help and tutoring, high-yield learning activities, family involvement, school collaboration, and incentives to reward participation in academic programs.
Academic Success Coordinator - Multiple Sites
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
AIM: The AIM Program is designed to increase academic achievement for under-performing elementary school age students, providing individual case management for youth identified as academically at risk.
Full-time
jobsearcher.com/articlesCritical Thinking Skills Needed For Academic Success.
Great communication skills - Critical Thinking Skills - Basic mathematical abilities What's In It for You
In a paragraph or two describe how you manage both your time and course in ways that would provide each student with a rich learning experience?
Academic Success Coordinator
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
REPORTS TO: Club DirectorTYPE: Full-time Hourly/Non-ExemptPOSITION: Academic Success CoordinatorPrimary Function: Lead the implementation of our Project Learn strategy and Academic Innovation and Mentoring (AIM) program at an elementary Club site, as well as engage family, school partners, club staff and volunteers.
$18.03 - $21.63 an hour Full-timeRemote
Academic Success Coordinator - Boys Girls Clubs of SW
Boys Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
Partner with the Volunteer Coordinator to engage volunteers when on-siteConnect volunteer mentors and tutors to identified Club members with a focus on tutoring, mentoring, and readingImplement a Reading Buddies program within the Club.
Academic Success Coordinator - Multiple Locations
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
Partner with the Volunteer Coordinator to engage volunteers when on-site. Primary Function: Lead the implementation of our Project Learn strategy and Academic Innovation and Mentoring (AIM) program at an elementary Club site, as well as engage family, school partners, club staff and volunteers.
Academic Success Coordinator
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest WashingtonVancouver, WA
Lead the implementation of our Project Learn strategy and Academic Innovation and Mentoring (AIM) program at an elementary Club site, as well as engage family, school partners, club staff and volunteers.

Title: academic success coordinator Company: boys girls clubs of southwest washington

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