The New York Public Library
BridgeUp, is a College Prep Program, which builds a supportive network of students from under-served communities through developing cohorts of high school graduates who are prepared to thrive in college and career. The College Prep Program has created a network of safe spaces that allow students to come together to develop their individual passions and creativity, while helping them succeed both academically and socially. With the success of each student, the program aims to bridge the opportunity divide, close the achievement gap, and transform lives.
Each site is managed by a Helen Gurley Brown Education Fellow who serves as a mentor, educator, and skill builder to participants. Supervised by a Lead Tutor, Level I College Tutors will provide \u201cHomework Help\u201d directly to students and assist the Lead Tutor in implementing academic lessons and activities that are of high interest and relevance to the students served.
Program Hours: Monday \u2013 Thursday, 3:00pm-7:00pm; Friday, 3:00pm-5:00pm
Level I Tutor Hours: (flexible afternoon and early evening hours)
General Tutor Shift Hours:
Monday - Thursday, 3:00pm-7:00pm
2 - 4 afternoons per week
Tutoring Schedule can accommodate your College Semester calendars
Program activities are made possible through the institutional resources of the New York Public Library and the financial support of the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation
Reporting to the BridgeUp Lead Tutor, Tutors will:
Develop positive relationships with students that foster their academic and personal growth.
Work one-on-one or in small groups with students to provide them with Homework Help and academic tutoring to improve their understanding of math, reading, social studies and/or science, at all levels.
Assist students during \u201cmini-lessons\u201d/ learning activities that are led by Fellow and/or Lead Tutor.
Meet with the Lead Tutor to discuss student progress and planning needs.
Help BridgeUp Staff monitor students and maintain a safe learning environment during program activities.
Use best practices when tutoring students and managing classroom.
Attend required meetings and trainings.
Perform other duties assigned.
Currently enrolled in a 4 year college, preferably in Junior or Senior year.
Possess a concrete understanding of basic concepts in middle and high school Math, Science, Reading/Writing, History, and Foreign Language
Experience as an academic tutor.
Experience working with teenagers.
Flexible and able to work well under pressure, meet deadlines, and wear different hats.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Strong teamwork and collaboration skills
Must pass a criminal background check and drug screening
Minimum Salary (with 2 years of NYPL service)USD $13.00/Hr.
HoursTo be scheduled Monday-Thursday Schedule subject to change
Union / Non UnionNon Union
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