HEAF@Brooklyn Volunteer Assistant Site Coordinator

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Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HEAF)

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Purpose: The Assistant Site Coordinator will provide hands-on support in all areas of program operations at
the HEAF@Brooklyn site. This position ensures that our program runs smoothly and that we are creating an
enriching, positive, and empowering environment for our students. Additionally, this position ensures that our
Tutoring Program runs smoothly, and that tutors are given the resources they need to support our students.

Location: HEAF@Brooklyn takes place at Medgar Evers College, located at 1150 Carroll Street,
Brooklyn, NY

 Assist morning set up: moving supplies from storage, printing class materials and greeting
families at front entrance
 Track teacher attendance
 Support teachers in ensuring effective classroom management and a positive learning
 Ensure the safety of students during program transitions and while class is in session
 Assist with entering student attendance into the Youth Services Database
 Greet tutors upon arrival and ensure they have necessary materials for their session
 Track tutor attendance and hours and ensure that student progress is recorded
 Develop resources such as manuals, templates, etc. around academic support for tutors to utilize
during their sessions
 Provide support for students during their sessions by providing additional resources, assisting
with behavioral challenges, and documenting any follow-up needed
 Maintain responsibility for program supplies and proper use of all facilities
 Communicate effectively with Program Directors, Site Coordinator and colleagues
 Perform other duties as needed

 Bachelor’s degree preferred - some college required. (Masters students in Education encouraged
to apply)
 Desire to work with and motivate students to achieve academic success (previous tutoring
experience is a plus)
 Strong organizational skills and attention-to-detail
 Strong interpersonal skills, work ethic and professional values
 Willingness to promote HEAF educational and youth development philosophy.
 Ability to work collaboratively with the HEAF staff
 Bilingual (Spanish/English) candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

Interested in applying? Visit www.heaf.org/volunteer and complete a Volunteer Application
Questions? Contact our Volunteer Engagement team at volunteer@heaf.org

Time Commitment: The Assistant Site Coordinator is asked to make a minimum of a three hour/week
commitment for a minimum of one semester.
Spring Semester Dates: January 26, 2019- May 18, 2019
Weekly Work Schedule: Saturdays, 8:00-11:00 or 12:00-3:00
o 8:00-9:30 Set Up Support, Greeting, attendance taking
o 9:30-11:00 Administrative Support - logging attendance
o 12:00-1:30 Lunch Supervision and Elective Class Support
o 1:30-2:30 Manage Tutor Program - greet tutors,
o 2:30-3:00 Dismissal Support and clean up

5 More opportunities with Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HEAF)

Children & Youth Education & Literacy


Sat Jan 26, 2019 - Sat May 18, 2019


Medgar Evers College1150 Carroll StreetBrooklyn, NY 11225



  • Administrative Support




  • Orientation or Training
  • A minimum of 3 hours per week (Saturday's)

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