We are looking for a CTEP worker
Community Technology Empowerment Project (CTEP) AmeriCorps Member
Adult Education Member will focus on employability and computer literacy.
CTEP Member will alternate between working in the morning and early afternoon and early afternoon and evening. The position includes lesson planning and leading classes independently, co-teaching with staff, and working one-on-one with participants. The Adult Education CTEP Member will:
- Lead afternoon and evening computer literacy classes that help students develop basic computer skills and use the internet, email, word processing, and the MS Operating System.
- Facilitate open access computer lab time where learners can work on a variety of educational and online learning programs, for example, one-on-one resume and job search assistance.
- Provide individual work-related assistance to students.
- Lead and co-teach digital literacy activities in the English and GED classes
- Train staff and volunteers to utilize digital literacy resources and lead digital literacy activities.
- Coordinate class curriculum to align with technology literacy standards.
- Maintain Neighborhood House English and GED blog with resources for students, volunteers, and staff.
- Coordinate online classes using platforms provided by the Adult Education program.
Learn more and apply for the Neighborhood House Adult Education position HERE
Many college students come to Neighborhood House to fulfill their Service Learning requirements. You can look at our current volunteer opportunities to see what interests you and what will meet your academic needs. Please note the commitment requirements- many of our opportunities require a full quarter or semester.
10-25 hours– Our best opportunities are with our Food Support programs-
- Food Market Assistant (minimum of 12 hours)
- Bonus Thursdays
- Fresh Produce Distributions
Evening opportunities– Our only evening service learning opportunity is with our Evening Childcare. This requires a commitment of 2.5 hours per week for 12-15 weeks.
Weekends– At this time we do not have weekend volunteer opportunities.
100 hours or less- You can look at our current volunteer opportunities to see what interests you and what will meet your academic needs. Please give as much info in your application as you can.
We have recently begun offering a variety of internship opportunities. We aim to offer internships every spring, summer, and fall semester. Our goal is to offer high quality internship opportunities that give students necessary skills and experience while helping our organization achieve our mission.
Social Work Internships-
We do offer BSW and MSW Social Work internships throughout the year. Please contact Barb Swaiman to learn more about current openings- email or 651-789-2529.
- usually range from 10-20 hours per week
- can be either direct service or support service focused
- are unpaid (some students will qualify for funding through their higher education institution but we are unable to provide paid internships at this time)
- will vary depending upon the semester and our current needs
To Apply for a Cohort Opportunity
Step one – Fill out our Service Learning/Internship Application- CLICK HERE. Please give any important details about your education requirements in the notes section.
Step two – You will be contacted for more info and to schedule an interview.