Volunteer Opportunity

Empowering Special Education Teacher

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XyayX the Movement | Brooklyn, NY
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XyayX the Movement


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Time Commitment

A few hours per month


Who We Are

XyayX the Movement, established in 2017, addresses and responds to the educational resources deficiencies in New York City’s predominantly Black neighborhoods. Offering a variety of programs, XyayX the Movement provides an oasis in an educational desert. Fearing the loss of another generation of youth, XyayX the Movement—founded by Quinton Spikener — along with committed citizens nationwide, has raised funds for the establishment and operation of XyayX the Movement’s educational facility.


The mission of XyayX The Movement  is focused on providing programs and founding facilities that embrace and nurture the development and growth of Black, African American and Afro-Latino communities. We achieve these goals through community-wide culturally significant programs, social service advocacy, educational opportunities, community-based initiatives, and accountable fundraising strategies.


Who You Are 

  • An education reformer with an unwavering commitment to XyayX the Movement's mission of embracing and nurturing the development and growth of Black, African American and Afro-Latino students.
  • An outstanding, passionate, nurturing, and patient classroom teacher who supports students in meeting and maintaining behavioral and academic expectations.
  • A fully certified teacher (Students with Disabilities, Grades 1-6, Grades 5-9, or Grades 7-12), with at least 2 years of urban teaching experience.


What You'll Do 

  • Create, monitor, and sustain an environment where our students can thrive.
  • Implement a coherent curriculum.
  • Communicate effectively and maintain strong relationships with students, families, and colleagues.
  • Offer a few hours of your time as an in-kind donation to our students at XyayX the Movement (this is a non-paying position).


Who We Are

XyayX the Movement, established in 2017, addresses and responds to the educational resources deficiencies in New York City’s predominantly Black neighborhoods. Offering a variety of programs, XyayX the Movement provides an…

Details at a glance

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How To Apply

Please send your resume to XyayXthemovementbk@gmail.com.

Please send your resume to XyayXthemovementbk@gmail.com.

Location

1596 Saint Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11233
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