LEAD SCHOOL COORDINATOR (Part-Time)

Position overview

The Lead School Coordinator (LSC) position is responsible for the daily and overall operational success of the Power Lunch program. LSCs also help support StoryTime programs as needed.

The LSC position is a seasonal, part-time position (not to exceed 20 hours a week) and runs from late August through early June. With limited exceptions, LSCs will not be required to work when school is not in session. Actual daily and hourly LSC schedules may depend upon individual school assignments. LSCs are based at their assigned school but will occasionally be required to attend meetings or trainings off-site. In addition, LSCs may be asked to assist at a different Power Lunch school on an as needed basis. The starting rate of pay is $15 per hour. Completion of a background check and fingerprinting is required.

The ideal candidate is a flexible, proactive problem-solver with excellent relationship-building, organizational, and communication skills. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about children, mentoring, reading, and/or volunteerism and who is looking for a part-time commitment.

Position Duties and Responsibilities
  • Manage day-to-day operations of the Power Lunch program at assigned school, including: student enrollment, matching students with mentors; managing student and mentor schedules and communications; and providing training and support to mentors. 
  • Assist with data collection to ensure and promote program quality.  
  • Maintain and update mentor and student information in EWDC database. 
  • Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with school administrators, teachers, staff and other program stakeholders to facilitate program delivery and enhance program support. 
  • Facilitate and coordinate site-based program activities, book distributions, and special events. 
  • Assist with StoryTime events at assigned school as needed. 
  • Attend regular staff trainings and meetings.
  • All other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree or high school diploma plus two years of volunteer/youth management experience  
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills 
  • Experience with or demonstrated ability to learn how to use technology, including email, online databases, Google Drive, spreadsheets, and smartphones 
  • Strong work ethic and organizational/time-management skills 
  • Ability to travel between program sites and main office 
  • Experience working with elementary school students, corporate volunteers, and/or the public school system schools a plus  
  • Experience in relationship-building and working effectively with different types of stakeholders a plus 

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@everybodywinsdc.org

SCHOOL COORDINATOR (Part-Time)

Position Overview

The School Coordinator (SC) position provides programmatic and administrative support to ensure the operational success of the Power Lunch program. SCs also help support StoryTime programs as needed.

The SC position is a seasonal, part-time position (not to exceed 20 hours a week) and runs from late August through early June. With limited exceptions, SCs will not be required to work when school is not in session. Actual daily and hourly SC schedules may depend upon individual school assignments. SCs are primarily based at their assigned school/s but will occasionally be required to attend meetings or trainings off-site. The starting rate of pay is $13.25 per hour. Completion of a background check and fingerprinting is required.

The ideal candidate is a flexible, team player with strong communication skills. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about children, mentoring, reading, and/or volunteerism and who is looking for a part-time commitment.

Position Duties and Responsibilities
  • Support day-to-day operations of the Power Lunch program at assigned school/s, including: preparing daily Power Lunch materials; supporting mentor and student activities; and assisting with general program and administrative duties. 
  • Encourage a positive working relationship with school administrators, teachers, staff and other program stakeholders to facilitate program delivery and enhance program support. 
  • Facilitate site-based program activities, book distributions, and special events.  
  • Assist with StoryTime events at assigned school as needed. 
  • Attend regular staff trainings and meetings.
  • All other duties as assigned. 
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree or high school diploma plus two years of volunteer/youth management experience  
  • Experience with or demonstrated ability to learn how to use technology, including email, Google Drive, spreadsheets, and smartphones 
  • Strong work ethic and organizational skills 
  • Ability to travel between program sites and main office 
  • Experience working with elementary school students, corporate volunteers, and/or the public school system schools a plus  

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@everybodywinsdc.org

INTERNSHIP

SCHEDULE: Internships are available during the autumn (Aug-Dec), spring (Jan-May), and summer (June-July) semesters.

Full – time (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM) and part – time schedules available.

The EW Scholars Program is the internship program (unpaid) at Everybody Wins DC during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. EW Scholars get to learn about the various crucial pieces that keep nonprofits going by working across all of the organization’s departments: Operations, Programs (Direct Services), and Development & Communications.

EW Scholars Program Objectives:

  • Provide Scholars with professional opportunities to understand the mechanics of non-profits.
  • Expose Scholars to the field of mentorship.
  • Develop Scholars’ research and presentation skills.
  • Provide opportunities to meet professionals across various sectors.

Characteristics of Successful Candidates:

  • Demonstrable passion for public education and mentoring.
  • Passion and desire to work with at-risk communities.
  • High levels of organizational and time-management skills.
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
  • Ability to travel to program sites (during the autumn and spring semesters).
  • High sense of teamwork.
  • Sense of humor.

Applications are received and reviewed on a rolling basis. Please contact Rachael Walker at rwalker@everybodywinsdc.org for more information and an application.

EWDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to diversity in the workplace.