TechGYRLS Instructors Wanted!
BECOME A ROLE MODEL!
The YWCA of Bethlehem is looking for instructors for the Spring 2013 TechGYRLS program. This is a part-time, seasonal job. Must be able to teach classes twice a week for seven weeks at consistent days and times for the semester.
This position is perfect for college women studying math, science, or education. While prior experience is not required, previous teaching experience and familiarity with Lego Robotics is a plus.
Responsibilities would include: attending all training sessions, paid meetings, 2 TechEXPOS, and a spring field trip; instructing a class of 10-15 girls; working with site administrators and the TechGYRLS coordinator on various programs; monitoring student progress and the program’s effectiveness.
Please email a resume and weekday availability by Monday, January 14th to Amber Mirza, Empowerment Center Director, at email@example.com.
The YWCA of Bethlehem is an EOE.
The YWCA of Bethlehem is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
To learn more about the YWCA of Bethlehem, please visit: http://ywcabethlehem.org/
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General Volunteer Opportunities
Adult Day Services
Assist with adult day center activities such as bingo, playing cards, making crafts, Tuesday Baking Club, pet therapy, music therapy, etc.
Assist with direct mail projects, filing, answering the phones, etc.
Women Achieving New Directions, Career Development Facilitators
Facilitate workshops on resume writing, cover letter preparation, interviewing skills and dressing for success.
Study Circles Facilitators
Facilitate a 6 week community dialogue program on racism and race relations.
Help to create an invaluable technology experience for girls participating in the program. A few roles include: ensuring that the girls are happy and engaged in their work; helping the girls think of projects and mentor them through the creation process; share with the girls personal successes and challenges in the technology field.
LPGA-USGA Girls Golf of the Lehigh Valley Mentors
Spend time with the girls during lessons, clinics and on course play activities. Roles include: monitoring the progress of each girl; offering positive reinforcement to the girls to help build their confidence; mentoring girls to discover their skills and abilities.
Coalitions and Committees
- Adult Day Services Committee
- Coalition of Racism and Race Relations
- Finance Committee
- Girls Golf Committee
- Great Decisions Committee
- Human Resources Committee
- Nominating Committee
- Women’s Program Committee
- Women & Teens Awards Ceremony Committee
For current information regarding internships please contact Amber Mirza, Empowerment Center Director at (610) 867-4669 ext. 104.