Our programs need you! We'd love for you to join us!
prek - 3'S CLASS
What: Assist our teachers with various activities
When: Monday, Wednesday or Friday 8:30-12:30
Contact: Sloan [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]
** PreK 4's class cannot take any new volunteers this year, but will be looking for volunteers in the Fall 2018 - 5 days a week, 8:30-2:50 daily. Contact Sloan if you are interested!
What: "Meet Our Community" Presentation
When: Every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm (sign up for one open slot)
Why: It is an opportunity for you to share your story/journey through life with middle school students who are eager to learn through other's experiences. Allow what you have experience to shed light on student who might one day be on a similar path. (You are not required to share for the entire hour and this time can look however you want it to look!)
Contact: Derek [ email@example.com ]
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INTERESTED IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP? MARKETING? FUNDRAISING? ADMINISTRATION? FINANCE? COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT?
Get the opportunity to work hands on in all of these fields (& more!) through this internship at A House on Beekman, Interns will work directly with our founder and learn what it takes to keep an organization functioning well. This is much more than a “getting coffee & making copies” kind of internship. You’ll be fully immersed into the life and operations of our organization and your tasks will be tailored to fit you and your particular skills and interests.
We are looking for self-motivated individuals who are looking to grow as a leader. Bonus if you have a particular interest in non-profit organizations.
Minimum availability is 2 days a week for 10 - 20 at our South Bronx office. Internship is unpaid.
- Intern for the fall semester - End of August *
- Intern for the spring semester - End of November **
* We'll be accepting applications for Fall 2018 as early as February 15th, 2018.
** We'll accept applications for Spring 2019 as early as August 1, 2018.
ARE YOU IN COLLEGE? DO YOU LIKE WORKING WITH KIDS? DO YOU HAVE A HEART FOR MINISTRY IN NYC? ARE YOU READY TO HAVE THE BEST SUMMER YET?
If you answered yes to all, some, or even one (well… maybe two) of those questions, read on! As an intern for A House on Beekman your primary role will be with our summer camp. Camp consists of 60 children and is split into 6 different groups divided up according to age.
The age groups run from our graduated pre-schoolers through 5th grade and the intern’s job is to be the group leader for one of these groups the whole summer. Your daily routine will be to guide the groups to different activities throughout the day.
Each week a new set of mission teams will come to assist with the different activities and will act as support for you and your group. The camp day will start at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm M-F. The main job of the interns is to consistently and sacrificially love the children of our neighborhood.
NEW TO CAMP THIS YEAR: We will specifically be hiring for a Middle School Intern, in addition to the Interns we hire for elementary-aged camp. If you'd be interested in applying for this position, click here for the job description and then indicate "Middle School" on your application!
APPLICATION DEADLINE - Mid-May
Internship will begin June 18th and run through August 5th.
Babies to Three Director
We currently have programs from birth to 8th grade. We are looking to hire a full-time Director for our Babies to Three program. This program serves as the foundation of A House on Beekman, equipping caregivers with children from 0-3 with the tools and support they need to be the best parents they can be during this critical time in a child’s development. We are looking for a visionary leader who can build on the existing strengths of this program while incorporating a new expanded vision.
Duties and Responsibilities:
· Design and oversee existing and new programs for caregivers with babies ages 0-3 including pregnant women
· Build and implement a multi-faceted recruitment strategy including building relationships with Mott Haven families, and other programs and institutions in the neighborhood
· Hire, develop and oversee staff to help implement the program
· Coordinate and oversee any volunteers or consultants needed to carry out program
· Manage budget and purchasing for program expenses
· Develop goals and metrics to evaluate the program effectiveness
· Work collaboratively with Executive Director and other key staff to develop organization wide strategy and unity
The ideal candidate would have:
· Mature believer in the Christian faith
· Bachelors degree, masters preferred in education, social work, health or related field
· 3+ years experience working with children/families in a leadership capacity
· Experience in designing, planning and implementing programming
· Lives in or is willing to relocate to the South Bronx
· Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred
This is a full time, year–round position. To apply email resume and cover letter to Sara Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.