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Interested in joining our team of enthusiastic and talented staff and volunteers!
CRB is hiring! Are you passionate about educational equity? Are you committed to power of youth development and true family engagement? Are you interested in welcoming newcomers to our community? Then join our team as Youth Education Program Coordinator!
The Youth Education Program Coordinator will plan and coordinate, co-design and implement all of CRB’s site based Youth Education Program in Seattle and Kent Public School Districts. Duties will include coordinating students, volunteers, partnerships, and part-time staff for on-site academic, youth development and parent engagement programming.
To Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to Youth Program Manager, Siobhan Whalen, email@example.com. Applicants must pass a background check.
CRB depends on volunteers to help support and build the capacity of our community. Over the past year, our volunteers have contributed nearly 1,500 hours to serve the diverse, multi-ethnic refugee communities from Burma, Iraq, Bhutan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, and Democratic Republic of Congo living in South Seattle and Kent. This contribution of dedication and skills is equivalent to over $39,000 of in-kind donations to CRB!
CRB’s In-Home Tutors are key partners in working towards our mission. In-Home Tutors help to increase the academic success of refugee youth through tutoring, mentorship, and encouraging family engagement with formal education. In-Home Tutors are matched with K-12 refugee youth living in the Rainier Valley region and meet once a week at the student’s home to complete homework, study for tests, and build English language skills. In-Home Tutoring also takes place in the summer. This is a great opportunity to make the newest members of our community feel welcomed!
Location: Throughout Seattle (Northeast, West, & South Seattle) and Kent
Commitment: 2 hours per week for a 6-month commitment
Commitment: Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 PM; minimum 3-month commitment
At our Kent Meridian High School After-School Program, Classroom Tutors provide small group tutoring and homework support to high school aged refugee and ELL youth. Additionally, Classroom Tutors assist students as they participate in academic activities to improve their reading and writing skills and increase their knowledge of college and career readiness.
Location: Kent Meridian High School in Kent, WA
Commitment: Sessions take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:15-4:15 PM. Volunteers are expected to attend one day per week for a 3-month commitment.
At our Rainier Beach High School After-School Program, Classroom Tutors offer valuable homework help and assist students as they complete their senior research projects during our after-school programming.
Location: Rainier Beach High School in Seattle, WA
Commitment: Sessions take place on Mondays from 2:40 PM - 4:40 PM. Volunteers are expected to attend each weekly session for a minimum of 3 months.
Technology Trainer Assistants will assist with CRB’s Nexus Program: Connecting Newcomers with Technology. CRB, in partnership with Somali Youth & Family Club, is planning a technology access and training program for refugee and immigrant adults and youth. The Technology Trainer Assistant will aid CRB staff in providing instruction to adult refugees interested in learning computer skills, such as navigating the Microsoft Office Suite, email, Google, and other online tools. Additionally, the Technology Trainer Assistant will help participants practice and develop the skills taught in the lessons.
Location and Dates: Various locations in South Seattle. Dates TBD.