SIT: Community Site Liaison, Kenilworth, NJ

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JerseySTEM

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Title:

SIT Community Site Liaison - Kenilworth, NJ

Category:

SIT

Department/Group:

Community Engagement

Travel Required:

No

Location:

various in Kenilworth

Background Check:

Yes

Will Train Applicant(s):

Will Train Applicant(s)

Expected length of volunteering:

Ongoing

Supervisory Responsibility:

No

Expected Hours of Work: (include any mandatory meeting times with time zone)

3-5 hours/week

Position Type:

Volunteer

Date & Time (VM)

Flexible

Driver’s License Needed

No

Orientation or training needed?

Yes

Min. age required?

18

Summary/Objective

The primary responsibility of this position is to engage with the community to help JerseySTEM launch and operate STEM clubs for middle school youth.

Description: Role and Responsibilities JerseySTEM runs year round Saturday morning and after school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) programs for middle school children (grades 5 - 8) in partnership with the community at local libraries in Northern NJ. Classes are taught by local volunteers and college students provided by JerseySTEM and are designed to familiarize the children with robotics, coding, etc. We are looking for a local site lead to support the current locations in Kenilworth NJ and help with expansion plans to reach as many middle school children as possible, with a focus on underserved students.
Job Responsibilities:

● Assess locations to determine ability to support JerseySTEM programs

● Work with site staff to establish dates, times and program requirements

● Oversee/chaperone club meetings (2 hours/week)

● Establish and maintain class rosters for each site, location and class offering

● Upon program completion, meet with site to assess program

● Establish new programs by reaching out to local libraries, schools and community centers

● Ability to manage and coordinate activities between JerseySTEM and local communities.

Candidate should be well organized, have an outgoing style and strong relationship building skills, and be willing to reach out and engage the local community via phone, email and on-site.

This is a year-round position, with the heaviest involvement at the beginning of the spring and fall semesters (Sept/Oct and Jan/Feb); able to commit to 4 -5 hours week during this time.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Outgoing personality

Familiar with community locations and organizations

Interest in promoting STEM programs

Other Duties:

Please note this description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

TBDKenilworth, NJ 07033

(40.67724,-74.29129)
 

SKILLS

  • STEM
  • Youth Services

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4-5 hours/week
  • this is a long term position. Min requirement of 1 year, but we would love if you stayed longer!

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