AmeriCorps members assigned at this school site will assist with the supervision and coordination of in-school/after-school & summer programs at Community School 15 in order to provide academic support and enrichment opportunities for students in grades K-8. Under the supervision of the SPCDC Full Service Community School's Site Coordinator, service responsibilities will include: providing academic support services, chaperoning field trips, coordinating service-learning activities, as well as after-school and summer activities.
Program Benefits : Education award upon successful completion of service , Training , Living Allowance , Childcare assistance if eligible , Health Coverage .
SPCDC offers its members different benefits based on a member’s level of commitment.
*Full-Time Members commit to serve 1700 hours (approximately 35-40 hours per week).
*Part-Time Members commit to serve 900 hours (approximately 20-25 hours per week).
Position Type: (2) Full-Time & (2) Part-Time
Volunteer Hours to Complete: 1700 FT / 900 PT
Bi-weekly Financial Stipend: $528.15 FT/ $279.61 PT
Total Stipend Amount for the Service Year: $13,732.00 FT/ $ 7,270.00 PT
Educational Award: $5,920.00 FT/ $2,960.00 PT
*Access to NJSCNCS Trainings, Professional Development Workshops, & Access to AmeriCorps Alumni Resources
*Participation in FREE End of the Year Trip to Washington D.CTerms :
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Uniforms provided and required , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :
Children/Youth , Education . Skills :
Public Speaking , Youth Development , Leadership , Education , Writing/Editing , Counseling , Computers/Technology , General Skills , Team Work , Teaching/Tutoring , Conflict Resolution , Social Services , Fine Arts/Crafts . Service Description :
Paterson Public School #15 (Kindergarten - 5th Grade) is a Full Service Community School within the Paterson Public Schools' Full Service Community Schools Initiative. Full-Service Community Schools provide comprehensive academic, social, and health services for students, students’ family members, and community members that will result in improved educational outcomes for children. These services may include: high-quality early learning programs and service; remedial education, aligned with academic supports and other enrichment activities, providing students with a comprehensive academic program; family engagement, including parental involvement, parent leadership, family literacy, and parent education programs; mentoring and other youth development programs; community service and service learning opportunities; programs that provide assistance to students who have been chronically absent, truant, suspended, or expelled; job training and career counseling services; nutrition services and physical activities; primary health and dental care; activities that improve access to and use of social service programs and programs that promote family financial stability; mental health services; and adult education, including instruction of adults in English as a second language. St. Paul’s Community Development Corporation (SPCDC) supports the initiative by providing comprehensive, developmentally appropriate, extended day/year academic enrichment, mentoring and community service opportunities to over 1,300 students at Full Service Community School 15 (FSCS15) and New Roberto Clemente Full Service Community Middle School (NRC). SPCDC also coordinates educational opportunities for school parents and makes other social services available inside the school building.