Club Academy Tutor

Job title: Club Academy Tutor

Company: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Job description: OVERVIEW


Under the general direction of the Education Director, the Club Academy Tutor works with 1st through 5th grade students using a set lesson plan and program materials. The Club Academy will administer all educational programs including but not limited to Power Hour, Summer Brain Gain, Developmental Studies Center Curriculum, Annual Spelling Bee, and 1-on1-tutoring in the Club. Each week with the assistance of the Education Director the tutor will prepare material to review and support their students in grade-level math and literacy that occur during the regular school day.


Assist in developing individualized lesson plans, following the set program format, for all assigned students.

Tutor assigned students 4 times per week, for 30 minutes per session. Develop and implement tutoring program that assesses, assists and encourages member in the learning processes.

Complete all reports and documentation, as required for academic data for K-5 Club members.

Work with staff to implement creative and engaging after-school literacy games/activities for program participants.

Provide guidance and direction to youth in the areas of educational programs.

Creating a safe, positive environment that supports children’s social, emotional, intellectual and physical development.

Build positive relationship with youth, volunteers, parents, schools and community.

Assist with tracking daily attendance and other applicable program administrative duties

Attend any programs, projects and special events coordinated by Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain.

Assist with clean up and organization of all program areas

Maintain flexible scheduling to be able to travel between different locations


Education: Associate’s Degree or greater required. For our Clubs with the 21st Century Grant, applicants are required to have to be certified teachers.

Experience: Minimum of 2 years of relevant work or volunteer experience with youth required.


Excellent verbal and written communication skills including facilitation and leadership skills. Knowledge of math, literacy, science, and other relevant content areas to ensure adequate and acute information is taught to members examples of working with youth. Experience in early literacy instruction a plus.

Skills: Demonstrated experience working within diverse socioeconomic demographics. Maintains excellent working relationships with staff, volunteers and public. Ability to organize and supervise members in a safe environment. Strong project management and organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills and be a team player.

Work Environment: This position is primarily indoors. Ability to stand, kneel, reach, bend and lift objects weighing up to 50lbs. Outdoor work and moderate physical activity on occasion.

Expected salary: $14 – 21 per hour

Location: Washington, NC

Job date: Sun, 17 Mar 2024 00:08:55 GMT

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