Remote Learning Classroom Monitor
Jericho Partnership, Inc
As part of Jericho's service to Danbury's at-risk youth and their families, Jericho is providing space and support for Danbury public school students whose parents would otherwise have to quit jobs or stay home from work to be with children on remote learning.
Jericho is operating a COVID-safe program, with only 6-7 students in each classroom, social distancing, mask requirements, sanitizing, etc. The program runs week days, 8:00 am to 4:00 p.m.
Classroom Monitors serve a two-hour shift (as often as you desire), providing supervision to students engaged in remote learning, helping them log in to various online classrooms when needed (basic knowledge of navigating the Google Classroom/internet is necessary), supervising lunch, ensuring COVID-19 rule compliance, and during the afternoon, engage in and supervise free-time activities. Students sometimes ask for assistance with their school assignments.
About Jericho Partnership, Inc
13 ROSE ST, DANBURY, CT 06810, US
Our Mission To mobilize ministry and transform the city of Danbury for the glory of God and the common good of its people. We will do this via a radical and sustainable partnership of Christ-centered churches, word-and-deed ministries and private foundations. Our Objectives Forma collaborative partnership of Christian organizations serving urban Danbury's at-risk communities Mobilize funds, facilities and volunteers for the partnership Empower partners to connect holistically with the populations they serve Create practical initiatives in the name and Spirit of Jesus Christ to transform lives and break the cycle of poverty and homelessness
Jericho Partnership grew out of a 1999 project when several hundred volunteers from urban and suburban Danbury, Conn., congregations began renovating a derelict, burned-out 1800s downtown factory. The result is Jericho House, the home of Cambodian New Life Evangelical Church and several independent Christ-centered ministires for at-risk adults.
As the five-year project progressed, a vision emerged for a Christian charitable organization that would mobilize Christ-centered word-and-deed ministries and congregations into a collaborative serving the city's at-risk communities. Jericho Partnership was formed, providng an ongoing demonstration of living uncompromisingly for the glory of God.
Since then Jericho has become a 501(c)3 cross-cultural organization providing financial, volunteer, facility and staff support to 10 autonomous ministries in Danbury, and collaborates with more than 20 urban and suburban congregations for year-round inner-city ministries and projects.