Are you known to be super organized? Want to share those skills and desires with one of our scholars? BHGH STL is a residential college access program. We help academically capable student to meet their potential.
The Academic Adviser encourages the scholar to maintain a high academic performance with simple tracking and weekly meetings targeting the following success outcomes for scholars:
Provides assistance to scholars with homework completion in a timely manner, not limited to, but including tutoring, coaching, and teaching.
Communication with scholars about areas of academic difficulty and opportunity.
Time management monitoring with scholars as they complete On Course for College goals (a plan for a successful post-secondary educational success).
Academic year (September - May): approximately 2-4 hours each week on-site with scholars. Must have availability to meet with scholars after school weekly on a selected day, Monday - Thursday.
A) Bachelors degree
B) Desire to want to help young people succeed in academics
C) Effective verbal, nonverbal, and written communication is essential
D) Ability to provide critical feedback in a non-threatening and motivating manner
E) Ability to correspond with students, parents, or BHGH staff
F) Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
G) Ability to develop positive relationships with various populations, including scholars and their families
755 S. New Ballas Rd, Ste. 120, St. Louis, MO 63141, US
Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to reach their full potential and become men and women for others by providing family-like, value-centered homes, opportunities and education through college.
BHGH is a privately funded, non-profit organization. BHGH provides children with long-term, value centered homes coupled with a private preparatory education. Financial assistance is provided through college for all program graduates.