The Finance Instructor is a part-time position. The Finance Instructor is responsible for the curriculum planning and implementation of the finance track in Wesley-Rankin Aspiring Professionals (WRAP), a program for high school students developing career, college, and life skills. The Finance Instructor will adhere to the goals, strategies, and mission of Wesley-Rankin Community Center. We do not seek an expert in all financial fields, but rather someone passionate about the profession with a willingness to learn and to teach.
Work within scope and sequence of topics to support the development of a general finance training program for high school youth that consists of a three-year curriculum. This includes (but is not limited to): basic banking, an introduction to economics and business concepts, credit, interest, taxes, basic accounting, investments. It also may include instruction in Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, and potentially other financial programs.
Develop lessons and activities in alignment with the aforementioned scope and sequence.
Implement lessons and activities while overseeing students in the program and fostering relationships with the small group.
Provide direct coaching and mentoring to students to prepare them for a career in general finance or related industries.
Advise the WRAP Design Team on best practices, techniques and tools regarding the finance track.
Assist with connecting students to employment and internship opportunities.
Ensure accurate and timely administrative tasks, like tracking data.
Report to the Youth Education Manager.
Strong interest in caring for youth/advocacy/community engagement and customer service.
Two (2) or more years of experience in the financial industry preferred. Two (2) years of study in a financial program and/or internships at the collegiate level may substitute for direct industry experience.
Financial training experience preferred but not required.
Bilingual preferred but not required.
Experience working with youth preferred but not required.
Fluent in Microsoft Office and money management programs.
Location: West Dallas (3100 Crossman Avenue) Program is in person, not virtual.
Hours: Program implementation required Saturdays, 8:30am - 12:30pm.
3-5 hours of additional planning time per week (schedule flexible and to be set with supervisor).
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Wesley Rankin Community Center
3100 Crossman, Dallas, TX 75212, US
Wesley Rankin Community Center provides support, education and hope to the people of West Dallas.
Wesley Rankin Community Center encourages education and community fellowship by offering a wide variety of programs for all ages. We offer GED/Parenting classes, computer literacy classes for adults, Elementary and Youth After-School programs, a Senior Citizen Program and much more.
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Wesley-Rankin Community Center3100 Crossman Ave.Dallas, TX75212