Volunteer Faculty are responsible for the delivery of Life Learning Center (LLC) curriculum; for conducting designed exercises; answering questions; assigning homework; and administering member evaluations.
Teaching curriculum as designed
Conducting interactive breakout sessions as designed
Managing in-class participation and member behavior
Conducting post-class evaluations and summaries
Offering feedback on member participation and suggesting areas for improvement to the Director of Education.
Adhering to the LLC Code of Conduct as defined in the Volunteer Faculty Handbook
Awareness of LLC Volunteer rights and responsibilities as defined in the Volunteer Faculty Handbook
Providing feedback on member performance to the Director of Education
Offering suggestions for improvement to the Director of Education
Highly Disciplined: Faculty members must be highly disciplined, committed to teaching and delivering the curriculum assignments with consistency, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
Professional: Faculty members must conduct themselves professionally in speech, language, dress and contact with members and staff.
Intelligent/Knowledgeable: Faculty members must meet a minimum level of acumen, ability to learn the curriculum, policies and procedures of the LLC and shall studiously learn the data and the curriculum. Faculty shall be able to constructively react and respond to events, situations and problematic or crisis-level conditions. Faculty shall be responsible for constructive input, reporting and other administrative activities.
Experienced/Seasoned: Faculty members shall be experienced in life, successful, and mature.
Training experience or teaching at some level is a good foundation, but not essential.
Personal experience in difficult life situations wherein volunteer has successfully overcome the challenges presented is a desired quality.
Experience, education or training in counseling is a favorable skill indicator.
Extensive executive management of people and/or human resource management is helpful.
Extensive experience in select socially oriented agencies or services, even governmental services, may produce successful faculty candidates.
Reports to: the Director of Education, Life Learning Center
Life Learning Center helps "at-risk" individuals reach their highest potential through education and care. Our free, 12-week program focuses on addressing all domains of life: Physical, Relational, Emotional, Spiritual, Financial, and Relational
Located in Covington, KY at the heart of Northern Kentucky, the Life Learning Center (LLC) is a United Way funded, not-for-profit organization that works with multiple local community partners and progressive employers. Together we take individuals who demonstrate a commitment to stable employment and help prepare them for productive, sustainable careers. We do that through education, job search training, and life coaching. Our strategy is focused solely on employment enhancement, and is supplemented by four intertwined themes: foundation for success, personal life skills, education and/or skills advancement, and community involvement.