Details: $19-20 per hour, up to 20 hours per week
2130 E. First Street
What is College Track?
College Track is a national education nonprofit that empowers students from underserved communities to reach their dreams of a college degree. Our mission is to close the achievement gap and create college-going cultures for students who are historically and currently underrepresented in higher education. We actively engage students over the course of 8 to 10 years, from the summer before high school through college graduation. For more information about College Track’s program model and impact, visit our website: http://www.collegetrack.org.
Why join the College Track team?
1. Impact Students – you will have the opportunity and the responsibility to push highly motivated students to build their academic and non-cognitive skills day by day, so they can not only attend college, but also graduate from college.
2. Change Communities – be part of the movement to close the achievement and opportunity gaps that exist in historically underserved communities.
3. Experience the Education System – immerse yourself in work with our local schools, and you may participate in discussions about ways to improve local, state, and national education systems.
4. Develop Your Career – participate in professional development and networking opportunities with others dedicated to improving our nation’s education system.
Position: Success Coach - Math Counts Instructor
The team of Academic Success Coaches is responsible for ensuring that all College Track students maximize their potential. The goal of the Academic Affairs program is to give students the academic support necessary to graduate college-ready and college-eligible. For most students, this means a GPA of 3.0 or higher and an ACT Math score of 22 or higher.
· Work up to 20 hours per week, primarily from 2:00-7:00PM Monday through Thursday, with the potential for some Friday work.
· Participate in all staff meetings, such as orientation, weekly check-ins, scholar talks, and professional development.
· Teach a math intervention course for freshmen and sophomores.
· Create engaging math lessons based in grade-level ACT standards.
· Collect, input, and analyze academic data weekly to track progress (qualitative and quantitative) towards math-readiness.
· Continually monitor student mastery using Exit Ticket data and checks for understanding to adapt lessons according to class skill level.
· Model effective study strategies and growth mindset.
· Administrative tasks including, but not limited to, maintaining the center, monitoring technology, taking attendance, chaperoning field trips, and contacting families.
· May proctor and grade ACT practice exams.
· May also tutor students individually and in groups to facilitate completion of assignments, preparation for tests, and understanding of content.
· Oversee a student intern.
· Other duties as assigned.
Our team is looking for someone who…
· Has or is currently working towards a BA/BS.
· Demonstrates mastery in high school level Math
· Demonstrates tutoring, teaching, and/or facilitating strategies that effectively engage students and support learning.
· Brings passion and enthusiasm to the subject of Math.
· Uses an asset-based approach to navigate issues of racial, ethnic, class, and gender equity in education, particularly in the support of first-generation and low-income students.
· Utilizes data to guide decision-making and reassess plans.
· Exhibits flexibility and a positive mindset in the face of challenges.
· Takes initiative in building authentic relationships and motivating students.
· Implements feedback and seeks continual opportunities for growth.
· Can commit to the role for a minimum of one year.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to:
Barbara Guerra-Torres, Academic Affairs Manager (email@example.com)
Subject: Full Name, Math Counts Instructor
Only applicants who meet the specified qualifications will be contacted.