Our programs need you! We'd love for you to join us!
What: Supervise/play with babies to 3 while parent is in the same room attending a workshop.
When: Fridays from 9 - 2pm
Contact: Juzenia at [ email@example.com ]
Babies to three
What: Assist for a window of time in a 3K, PreK, or PreK after care classroom
When: M-F 8:30-5:30
Contact: Sloan at [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]
*DOE fingerprinting may be required for consistent volunteers
What: After School Tutor - assist leaders with homework help/extra curricular activities if necessary. If you are interested in bringing a large group of volunteers, please consider putting together some programming to share with the kids. Please reach out to Oxil for further details.
When: Mondays 3 - 5 (unless another date is set with Oxil)
Contact: Oxil [ email@example.com ]
What: "Meet Our Community" Presentation
When: Every Wednesday from 4pm to 5pm (sign up for one open slot)
Why: It is an opportunity for you to share your story/journey through life with middle school students who are eager to learn through other's experiences. Allow what you have experience to shed light on student who might one day be on a similar path. (You are not required to share for the entire hour and this time can look however you want it to look!)
Contact: Derek [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]
We're always updating our wishlist on Amazon to keep our spaces functioning and our programs current.
Items range from less than $5 to over $500!
ARE YOU IN COLLEGE? DO YOU LIKE WORKING WITH KIDS? DO YOU HAVE A HEART FOR MINISTRY IN NYC? ARE YOU READY TO HAVE THE BEST SUMMER YET?
If you answered yes to all, some, or even one (well… maybe two) of those questions, read on! As an intern for A House on Beekman your primary role will be with our summer camp. Camp consists of 60 children and is split into 6 different groups divided up according to age.
The age groups run from our graduated pre-schoolers through 5th grade and the intern’s job is to be the group leader for one of these groups the whole summer. Your daily routine will be to guide the groups to different activities throughout the day.
Each week a new set of mission teams will come to assist with the different activities and will act as support for you and your group. The camp day will start at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm M-F. The main job of the interns is to consistently and sacrificially love the children of our neighborhood.
We will specifically be hiring for a Middle School Intern, in addition to the Interns we hire for elementary-aged camp. If you'd be interested in applying for this position, click here for the job description and then indicate "Middle School" on your application!
APPLICATION DEADLINE - Mid-May
Internship will begin June 18th and run through August 5th.
High School Program Coordinator (HSPC)
A House on Beekman’s aim is to create a seamless series of programs from birth to career that
empowers the next generation of the South Bronx to reach their full potential. We are seeking a
dynamic, hard-working and creative leader who shares our passion for providing exceptional
programming to students and families in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx.
A House on Beekman (AHOB) will launch our high school pilot program this year (2019-20). The
primary purpose of this program is to meet our students where they are by coming alongside them on
a weekly basis in order to support and empower them on their high school journey. The High School
Program Coordinator (HSPC) is proactive and will help students develop the skills they will need to be
successful in high school, college, and beyond. We are searching for proactive professionals who are
passionate about assisting students as they progress through their academic journey, from new
student orientation to graduation.
To be a successful HSPC, candidates should be invested in the success of their students and have a
thorough understanding of developmental processes, post-secondary education admissions, financial
aid practices, and student resources. The HSPC will assist students with developing a four year plan,
choosing classes, determining their strengths, selecting extracurricular activities, and help them work
towards careers that fit their talents. To ensure that students are progressing towards their goals, the
HSPC will communicate regularly with students and school staff, maintain records of their
performance, and intervene if declines in grades or attendance occur.
Successful HSPC will have extensive knowledge about NYC DOE institutions and a strong desire to
assist in student development. The HSPC will also need to be analytical, collaborative, and possess
the desire to motivate students. Strong computer and communication skills are a must. Ideal
candidates will be caring, organized, communicative, and accessible.
Duties and Responsibilities shall include but not limited to the following:
● Plan, implement and document successful educational, recreational/extracurricular, youth
leadership, biblical/spiritual growth, and community service with high school age students.
● Share the gospel with the students and show God’s love to them.
● Build a positive relationship with each high school participant in your care, and foster positive
connections between participants and their families.
● Actively engage with teens at all times with the goal of fostering the positive development of
each teen and the group.
● Conduct yourself as a professional and representative of A House on Beekman with school
staff, parents/families, children and anyone else with whom you come into contact in your role.
● Work as a part of a collaborative team, providing support to any specialist implementing
activities. The team plays an important role in the development of the program.
● Actively participate in all aspects of staff or member development, including bi-weekly
supervision, team meetings, pre-service training, and any additional trainings during the
High School Program Coordinator Responsibilities:
● Building rapport with students.
● Helping students identify strengths and weaknesses.
● Assisting and supporting students with setting and meeting their academic and career goals.
● Displaying an interest in student development.
● Developing student habits and other skills to ensure their success.
● Analyzing data, maintaining updated reports, and tracking student progress towards goals.
● Connecting students with other resources, such as counselors or tutors, as needed.
● Discussing career and educational goals with students.
● Aiding in the course selection process to ensure progress towards student goals.
● Intervening if behavioral or academic abnormalities occur.
● Demonstrate a strong understanding of NYC DOE institutional policies.
● A desire to help students in their academic journey, from enrollment to graduation.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of
activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties,
responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
● Bachelor’s Degree or at least 2 years collegiate study completed, working toward Bachelor’s.
● More education or experience in education or counselling may be preferred.
● Must have experience working with youth and young adults in a structured program,
preferably in a racially, ethnically, and social-emotionally diverse urban community.
● Living in (or open to living in) the South Bronx is a big plus, though not absolutely necessary.
● Familiarity with college admissions processes, financial aid, and student resources.
● Ability to motivate students as they transition from high school to college to career.
● Ability to maintain accurate and updated records concerning student performance.
● Understanding of institutional policies, procedures, and resources.
● Strong communication skills, strong organizational skills, excellent judgment, self motivated,
ability to work in a team in a variety of environments.
● Candidates possessing skills in financial literacy, time management, and strong study habits
are strongly encouraged to apply.
● Bilingual is a plus.
1. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
2. Strong interpersonal skills
3. Computer/Social/Mobile Technology Skills
4. Team Building
5. Problem Solving/Analysis
6. Time Management
7. Ethical Conduct
Expected Work Schedule
This is a seasonal part-time position, working up to 20?hours a week. The High School Program
operates on a flex schedule due to working in the field. Exact schedule will vary based on student
needs. We will follow the NYC public school calendar and will also have occasional staff
development/planning days on school holidays. Work days/hours subject to change based on AHOB’s
• State Central Registry (SCR) General Background Check
This job operates in a professional environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment
such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.
This position requires you to travel throughout New York City meeting with students and staff at their
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the
employee is regularly required to talk or hear. This role will also require the ability to lift files, open filing
cabinets and bend or stand on a stool as necessary.
Send Resume and Cover Letter via email to
To be considered for a position, email resume to email@example.com. Please be sure to
reference Job Title in the subject line of your email. Please submit cover letter and resume as an
attachment in a Word document or PDF format only. Due to the volume of resumes received, no calls
or faxes regarding submission will be returned. Your resume will only be routed correctly and
considered, if all instructions above are met.