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YDP1 - Jr. Staff
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral AlaskaUtqiagvik, AK
Identify high needs youth (e.g., those at risk for abuse, neglect, gang involvement, substance abuse, depression, suicide), and report to supervisor for follow-up/profiling or mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse.
YDP4 - Program Coordinator
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral AlaskaUtqiagvik, AK
Identify high needs youth (e.g., those at risk for abuse, neglect, gang involvement, substance abuse, depression, suicide), and report to supervisor for follow-up/profiling. Get job updates from Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska.
$25 an hour
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.
Barrow Substitute
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral AlaskaUtqiagvik, AK
Basic understanding of youth development, generally acquired through a minimum of 6 months' experience tutoring, mentoring, or supervising school-age youth. Responsibilities also include tutoring, leading craft projects and gym games, supervising the safety and development of children, participating in outdoor play, and facilitating fun.
YDP2 - Program Aide
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral AlaskaUtqiagvik, AK
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska. Recognize and react quickly to problems arguing, bullying, fighting, horseplay—and stop the undesirable activity quickly, using Boys & Girls Clubs Effective Guidance and Discipline principles.

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