Somali Family Safety Task Force is seeking tutors for the Somali children in grades first-high school. Looking for tutors in all disciplines of math, science, and English.
Tutor Job Responsibilities:
Contributes to student learning, growth, and advancement.
Demonstrates academic competence in the subject area(s) and ability to build on the knowledge gained.
Maintains a growth mindset toward student learning and teaching practice.
Facilitates problem-solving with a curious mind and critical thinking skills.
Serves as a role model for students.
Collaborates effectively with parents and the organization to increase student performance.
Invests in the learners’ well-being, health, and safety, physically, socially, and emotionally.
Recognizes the relationship between social-emotional learning and academic performance and shows an ability to teach the "whole child."
Designs and facilitates differentiated and personalized learning goals and activities that follow a coherent sequence, are aligned to instructional goals and engage students in high-level cognitive activity.
Work Hours The work hours will be dependent on the family's needs, families will schedule the tutor session with each tutor. Generally, hours may be in the after between 2-5pm.
Emotional maturity and stability
Patient, flexible, positive, consistent, dependable, and cooperative with a sense of humor
Ability to take supervision and correction constructively
Ability to positively supervise students
Fluent in Somali (preferred)
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements:
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required
Bachelor’s degree in Education or subject-matter field preferred
Recent teaching experience a plus
Current CPR certification
05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
7054 32ND AVENUE SOUTH NEWHOLLY CA, SEATTLE, WA 98118, US
To empower immigrant and refugee women and their families by providing culturally appropriate services that embody the core values of our community.
The Somali Family Safety Task Force is a nonprofit community-based-organization (CBO) located in the NewHolly neighborhood in Seattle, WA that serves refugee and immigrant women and their families. Not only are we community-based but we are also community-driven. Our founders as well as the majority of our staff and volunteers are Somali and/or East African. Our programs are created with input from our community and are often at their request. Programs range from computer literacy training to combating and preventing gender-based-violence. We pride ourselves in being an organization by-and-for our community.
Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees
We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 1 shift
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.