Job Title: Afterschool Program Specialist
Reports To: EDP Coordinator
The Afterschool Program Specialist is responsible for creating fun, enriching, and engaging programs and a safe environment for the youth attending The Collaborative’s afterschool Extended Day Program.
Duties and responsibilities
- Developing and facilitating programs for youth-homework help, arts enrichment activities, fun physical activities, etc.
- Providing youth a healthy snack
- Creating and posting a programming schedule
- Having fun with K-5 youth!
- Assisting the EDP Coordinator with administrative tasks as needed
- Communicating and building a relationship with parents
- Assuring all EDP activities and programs adhere to licensing rules
- Overseeing and building a relationship with youth
- Tracking youth behavior
- Some college, BA preferred
- Experience with Microsoft Office, social media, and other computer software
- Previous experience working with youth
- Ability to manage time, multiple projects, and deadlines
- Positive attitude, organized, enjoys working with youth
Afterschool Program Specialist will primarily work from 2-6pm, with room for some flexibility, onsite at the Extended Day Program located in Flood Brook School. 15-20 total work hours each week.
$12-$14 per hour, depending on experience level. Child can participate in the Extended Day Program afterschool program free of charge. Time off accrual.
How To Apply
Applicants may submit a résumé via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
The Collaborative, Attn: Kerri MacLaury, PO Box 32, S. Londonderry, VT 05155
Or fill out an online staff application at https://thecollaborative.wufoo.com/forms/staff-application/.
The Collaborative’s annual Fall online auction is underway!
Join the fun and bidding excitement while helping to support
The Collaborative’s programs.
Thanks to the generous donations of our business community (near and far),
there is a fabulous variety of auction items to entice you!
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The Collaborative is looking for a dynamic, organized individual for its Extended Day Program Assistant position. The EDP Assistant is responsible for creating safe, fun, and engaging programs and environment for the youth attending The Collaborative’s EDP afterschool program.
Some of this position’s duties and responsibilities include developing and facilitating programs for youth; creating and posting a programming schedule; having fun with K-8 grade youth; assisting the EDP Coordinator with administrative tasks; communicating with EDP parents; and overseeing support staff.
Some college or a BA is preferred, as well as experience working with youth, computers, and computer programs. Strong organizational and time management skills a must.
The EDP Assistant will work up to 15 hours/week, generally from 3-6 pm, onsite at Flood Brook School. $12-14 per hour, depending on experience level. Benefits include-EDP Assistant’s children, who are of an appropriate age, may attend the EDP afterschool program free of charge and time off accrual.
To apply, submit your resume to email@example.com or fill out our online staff application.
If you’re looking for a trail that has a little bit of everything from smooth paved and gravel roads to back roads and great views the West River Trail is right up your alley!
• Click to check out the 11 Miles of Trouble Map •
The West River Trail Run starts at 9am at the South Londonderry Depot on Route 100 and ends at Jamaica State Park. Individual runners and hikers and relay teams of three are invited to register. Proceeds support The Collaborative’s mission to promote the development of a healthy, involved community supporting substance free youth in a caring environment.
A big thank you to our sponsors and kind community donors.
Friends of the West River Trail, Stratton Mountain Resort, The Mountain Goat, Real Sports, Southern Vt Tech Rescue Inc, C & J Stoddard, Crystal Rock, Vew-do Balance boards, Salomon Shoes, Grandma Millers, Rutland Regional Medical Center, Battenkill Brittle, VT Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Jamaica State Park, Flood Brook Girls On The Run, and Londonderry Rescue Squad.
April 28th, 2014 kicked off Health and Wellness Week at Burr and Burton Academy. The Student Run Activities Committee, Our Voices Xposed, and the BBA Health Center partnered with The Collaborative to get the message out to the student body, faculty and staff about the causes of impaired driving and what can be done to prevent impaired driving. Faculty members spoke on how others impaired driving decisions affected their lives and about the experience and responsibilities of an individual when responding to an accident. Students took part in a Ghost Out Day assembly to start the week of awareness, each day will include an awareness activity during lunch in the cafeteria. Topics include: Impaired and distracted driving, tobacco, marijuana, prescription drugs, nutrition and fitness, alcohol and more.
March 19th is national Kick Butts Day sponsored by the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids! The Collaborative is celebrating fun events at Flood Brook School and Burr and Burton Academy. Check out the photos below and see what youth in the community got up to!
AmeriCorps members Lynnette Volden and Jesilyn Amsden kick butts, literally!
The Vermont Kids Against Tobacco group at Flood Brook School created this numbers campaign to bring awareness to tobacco use among teens in Vermont.
AmeriCorps member Jesilyn Amsden and Burr and Burton Our Voices Exposed member Stella Oh post resources on the wellness board at BBA.
If you’re between 18 and 25, take a few minutes and fill out the 2014 Vermont Young Adult Survey.
Your opinion on substance use counts, AND you could win a cash prize of up to $250!
The Vermont Department of Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs, and The Collaborative thank you for making your voice heard and helping us make Vermont a healthier state!
The Center for Health and Learning in conjunction with The Collaborative is please to announce two days of professional training on the topics of Suicide Prevention and Postvention Response.
All community professionals are welcome to take advantage of this professional-level training opportunity.
Become a part of Vermont’s prevention-prepared community by learning how to respond to suicidality by identifying signs and symptoms of suicide, risk and protective factors; learn your profession’s roles and responsibilities, protocols, when and how to refer for more help, and how to access important resources.
April 1: Suicide Prevention – April 2: Suicide Postvention
9:00 am – 3:00 pm both days
Registration and breakfast at 8:30 am
Dana L. Thompson Memorial Park, Park House Activity Room
$35 per day, includes materials, breakfast, and lunch
Register for one day or both
If you would like to register, click this link.
If you have questions, please contact the Center for Health and Learning by phone 802.254.6590 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know any community professionals who might be interested in this training, please pass along this information!
Anticipating summer, when the weather will be warm and the days long and sunny?
Make the thought of summer even more exciting by checking out this year’s Collaborative Summer Camp.
This year campers will spend a week living in the world of some of their favorite books and movies. Plus, there’s swim lessons, field trips, and digging around in the Community Garden.
Register online here, e-mail email@example.com, or pick one up at Flood Brook School.