Refugee Youth Mentorship Curriculum Specialist
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Recruiting Organization: Refugee Youth Success and Empowerment (RYSE) Initiative
Refugee Youth and Empowerment (RYSE) Initiative provides cross-collaboration and capacity building infrastructure for community-based mentorship programs supporting young adult refugees working towards academic, career, and personal goals.
The Curriculum Specialist role is a unique opportunity to join an all-volunteer nonprofit startup while learning and showcasing your ability to develop trainings to educate, inform, and guide volunteers and refugees throughout the mentorship relationship. This is an unpaid position with flexible hours and is completely remote.
There are 4 sectors of trainings to be designed: the modules for new mentors, and three additional module groups that are available for refugees and mentors to work on together including academic advising, career counseling, and personal development. The team member will have the opportunity to work on all sectors or just work on one based on their preference.Mentor Training
The mentor training modules are designed to prepare potential mentors and guarantee that mentors are thoroughly aware and informed on the refugee experience. The goal is to ensure that all mentors are working in non-oppressive and anti-racist lenses.Academic Advising
The academic advising modules are designed to be a collaborative experience for the mentor and mentees to engage with informational content that includes subjects such as keys to academic success, the potential educational opportunities available in the United States, and content surrounding education equity for migrants.Career Counseling
The career counseling modules are designed to be a collaborative experience for the mentor and mentees to engage with informational content that includes subjects such as the job market, creating resumes, assets and barriers to employment, and potential career options.Personal Development
The personal development modules are designed to be a collaborative experience for the mentor and mentees to engage with informational content that includes subjects such as goal setting, social and emotional well-being, and expanding upon potential and capabilities.RESPONSIBILITIES
- Identify programs and best practices for working with refugees and migrants
- Assist with developing training modules, resources, and informational sessions designed to help volunteer mentors effectively work with young adults
- Identify programs and learning resources applicable to young adult refugees
- Assist with developing a mentorship curriculum of online learning modules covering applicable life skills and topics
- Seek out opportunities to address potential inequities and implement anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices
- Other duties as assigned
- Excellent research and written communication skills
- Organized with attention to detail
- Able to work independently as well as in a team
- Must be a self-starter
- Familiar with Google Workspace
- An interest in curriculum design
- An interest in international and refugee issues
Language/Cultral Support AvailableFalse
Fee Amount: None
This opportunity is recurring
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