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The Assistant Camp Manager Brandeis Campus is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation and management of the JCCSF camps at the Brandeis School. The Assistant Camp Managers primary responsibilities are to mentor and supervise camp staff, ensure site compliance with American Camp Association standards, plan a portion of camps, and work with children and families of all cultures and backgrounds to provide a meaningful camping experience. This position will work with and be supported by the Camp Manager and Assistant Manager.
The JCCSF is hiring camp counselors for summer 2019! We believe that summer camp is the place to push your limits and learn new things, and as a camp counselor you’ll be helping children create lifelong memories. At the same time, you’ll develop your leadership skills, learn new games, boost your resume, and work on an incredibly fun team!
Residential Interns are accountable for organizational and residential responsibilities that are supervised by the function of the Intern Coordinator. Interns learn about all aspects of our educational nonprofit organization and working farm by assisting with daily afternoon chores including: garden chores, horticulture chores, animal chores, after school programs, and administrative projects. Communal living responsibilities include weekly household chores and a mandatory house meeting.
Residential Interns are accountable for organizational and residential responsibilities that are supervised by the function of the Program Manager. Communal living responsibilities include weekly household chores and a mandatory house meeting. Working hours within the program area are Thursday to Monday with some evening and extended hours. The Community Programs Intern works directly under the supervision of the Community Programs Manager.
Under the general direction of Senior Program Supervisor – Academics, the Program Supervisor – Activities will serve as a key contributor for developing exciting, high quality, enriching and engaging recreational activities, on and off-site, for youth between the ages of 7 and 18.
This position will serve as a role model and coach to parents by providing child development services, social services, health services and parent involvement services to families including home visits, socializations, advocacy and crisis intervention in accordance with federal, state and program guidelines. The Early Childhood Educator is responsible for delivering prenatal education and home based services as defined by the Head Start Program Performance Standards, in the 90001 area for families and their children 0-3 years.
The community school coordinator will be hired by LAEP and supervised by the Assistant Director of Community Schools. In partnership the school and LAEP, the community school coordinator will build a sustainable system of student, school and family supports that improves outcomes and creates an environment where students fulfill their potential at their school.
This position will be dedicated to providing childcare for children of parents/guardians who participate in varies activities such as events, meetings, socializations, trainings and workshops. Childcare is provided in varies locations around Los Angeles County, in particular: Antelope Valley, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, East Los Angeles, South Los Angeles, and Long Beach.
This fall, a governing board was assembled for the Oakland Promise to develop strategy, support fundraising and lead the hiring and management of a new, stand-alone Executive Director who will oversee day-to-day programmatic operations.