CBFWS Jobs - NET Charter High School
Academic Tutor/Computer Lab Assistant
- Work in small groups and/or one-on-one to assist students who are struggling in the following subjects: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Environmental Science, World History, American History, ACT Preparation, Writing and Reading.
- Support students with online course work in a blended learning lab environment.
- Support Academic Dean, classroom teachers and Student Advisors as necessary on various school-related projects (i.e. you may occasionally be asked to make copies or staple something for a teacher. The majority of your time, however, will be spent with students).
- Build relationships with students over time.
PURPOSE OF JOB WITHIN ORGANIZATION
The purpose of this position is to increase the capacity of NET faculty to meet the academic needs of our students.
Students will need to submit a background check, which will be paid for by the NET.
- Access to reliable transportation (car or ability to access public transportation)
- Strong desire to work with struggling high school students
- The capacity and confidence to support students in several of the subjects noted above
- Ability to independently problem solve and ask questions
- Basic internet and computer skills (Microsoft Office, Google Apps, etc.)
- Experience working with students who struggle academically.
- Student will work closely with academic staff to learn how to best support NET students in their course studies.
- Student will receive a thorough orientation on effective tutoring methods, techniques to try with students, how to use our computer based learning systems, as well as, an orientation on the school in general.
- Student will be supervised by the faculty member to whom he or she is assigned, the Academic Dean, or other NET staff members nearby.
- Will be able to work closely with educators.
TRAINING AND ORIENTATION PROVIDED
Student will be oriented at the school site. Overviews of online programs and classroom syllabi will be provided.
Updated August 19, 2013