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STAR House supports low-income, academically at-risk children by providing after-school tutoring, school supplies, leadership activities and recreational programs. During the school year, we require STAR House students to attend school, complete homework and participate in class. We believe STAR House should provide a consistent, nurturing, diverse and challenging atmosphere. We strive to offer a caring, encouraging and supportive environment to the community. Each child at STAR House is given individual attention within a group, allowing them to progress according to their own development rates. We instill self-esteem, confidence and a love of learning by providing tools for academic success.
Elementary Coach – Virtual Summer Program (June 1-July 22, 2021)
If you have a passion for teaching and mentoring kids, we need you! We are currently hiring tutors for our virtual summer program – Bounce Back Better! You will be working with students who attend Esther Jackson, Mimosa, and/or Vickery Mill elementary schools.
Our summer program runs from June 1 through July 22. Tutoring takes place via Zoom Monday-Thursday between 9a-12pm and 2-5pm. Hours are flexible, however, you must commit to work a minimum of 20 hours during the 8-weeks. Compensation is $16/hour.
If you enjoy working with kids and are looking to support communities in need, OR you know someone who is looking for an opportunity, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 678-384-4550 x101.
Elementary Coach – Esther Jackson, Mimosa & Vickery Mill elementary schools (After-School Position)
Coaches assist our students with homework completion, test preparation, and provide supplemental educational instruction covering core subjects (Reading/English Language Arts (RELA), Phonics, Math and Science), which reinforces the curriculum covered during daily classroom learning. In addition, coaches provide guidance toward improving study skills, time management, and accountability. Each coach is responsible for one grade level, 12 students.