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CEISMC Summer P.E.A.K.S. and STEAM Whistle Workshop Group Leader Position

Job Description

EDUCATION:  High school diploma and at least one year of college.

EXPERIENCE: Prefer candidates have at least one year of experience working or volunteering with students grades K-12. Prefer students who are familiar with the Georgia Tech campus.

DURATION: May 23, 2024 – July 28, 2024, up to 40 hours/week. $15 per hour starting compensation.

DUTIES:  This position will serve CEISMC’s Summer P.E.A.K.S (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEAM), an in-person program on the campus of Georgia Tech and for the STEAM Whistle Workshop, a virtual STEAM program. Summer P.E.A.K.S. and STEAM Whistle Workshop run through June and July 2024. Applicants must have prior experience working or volunteering with K-12-aged students. Applicants should have leadership experience, experience in providing quality customer service, and the ability to speak professionally with students, parents and instructors.

The CEISMC Group Leader's role will include, but not limited to: 1) checking students in and out with parents when they arrive/leave campus or taking attendance online, 2) supervising groups of students throughout daily activities, 3) monitoring them during lunch 4) taking students to various locations on campus for tours and lectures 5) assisting instructors during parent presentations every Friday, 6) fulfilling tasks associated with the day-to-day in-office operations of summer camps, 7) completing a summer-long deliverable at the end of employment. (See SUMMER PROJECT below for more information).

SUMMER PROJECT: This summer's Group Leader project will include the creation of a deliverable that can be used to market the Summer P.E.A.K.S. program to students and families. Please be sure to include your qualifications and/or relevant coursework in your resume.

The CEISMC Group Leaders are a valued member of a small team running Summer P.E.A.K.S and STEAM Whistle Workshop. The Group Leaders report directly to Expanded Learning Programs' Educational Outreach Manager I. The Group Leaders must welcome positive direction and suggestions, possess a strong work ethic, maintain safety for students, and be customer service-oriented. The intern is the direct contact for parents on a daily basis and represents CEISMC. Activities and decisions are varied in nature, which to some degree requires independent action and judgement in solving common problems. Some physical activities are involved such as walking long distances and lifting heavy boxes for in-person programming.

*A background check, CPR training (provided) is required for this position.

Please send resumes/inquiries to:

Summer PEAKS at summerpeaks@gatech.edu

Subject Line: Summer Group Leader