One of our wonderful donors is looking for two youth program coordinators for their student program. I shared how many moms I know could use some extra income as well as how many of you have a heart for students.
Here is some information if you are interested, if not please feel free to share this.
This is from Linda from Compass USA.
Good Morning Donna
I am still looking for two Coordinators. I would love someone in your area. I have so many families in the SJC, Dana Point and San Clemente that indicated at the end of the program last year they would like to host again. Of course that is not a guarantee they will, but it is a good starting point. AND…if you know anyone in Simi Valley, we have so many families out there. I open to all communities within 100 miles of LAX. I have groups in Bellflower and Yorba Linda.
Become a Youth Program Coordinator!
Visit Japan without leaving home this summer!
If you are interested in personally promoting the growth of international understanding and worldwide friendships, love kids, have strong ties to your community, are self- motivated, organized and energetic, then this is the perfect part-time job for you! Compass’ Youth Program Coordinator position is a part-time supplemental income job that starts immediately. Work in your community, around your schedule, while meeting recruiting and program planning deadlines.
Our Summer Program: 18 students from Japan will reside in your community with volunteer host families from July 22 until August 10.
Youth Program Coordinators will be responsible for the following:
• Recruit 20 VOLUNTEER Host Families for the students and their two adult escorts.
• Attend local training meetings.
• Plan and supervise the planned three week program.
• Be available to all participants during the program in case of an emergency.
Minimum Requirements: College graduate preferred with experience in community work. Other job or volunteer experience may be substituted for college degree. Must be a resident in the community for three or more years, worked as a volunteer in the community and have contacts with families through various community organizations. There are no Compass provided leads for recruiting Host Families in your community, so it is important that you have the necessary networking in place to be successful.
Compass’ goal is to enable all of our Coordinators be successful representatives of our program in their communities. We provide comprehensive training and support throughout the program.
If you are interested, please contact Linda directly.
Please send your resume along with a statement explaining why you are interested in this position and why you think you would be successful to firstname.lastname@example.org
Compass USA started promoting programs that build intercultural understanding in 2000. Compass USA homestay and cultural experiences surpass typical vacations or tours. Participants learn to look beyond language, color and customs to discover the true character of others: a process that Compass USA believes will bring people of the world closer together one student at a time.
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