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As we expand our direct programming, we have various ways that you can get involved. Please see below for the different opportunities and we hope you apply today! Contact hello@seen52.org if you have questions or other inquiries.

check back for new job openings for the new school year.

School-Year Opportunities (Full-Time / Part-Time)

  • Join a founding team of innovative After-School Learning Coaches who can connect with youth, make learning and exploration exciting and important, and see our students as individuals who have their own unique journeys and backgrounds.
  • We are looking to fill a few coach openings immediately to serve the rest of the 21-22 academic year. Read the job description below and apply today!

Project re:Fresh is a new program launched by Seen52 for the ’21-’22 school year where coaches lead recreational, academic and team-building activities for middle and high school youth impacted by the foster care system and/or unstable housing. With two after-school programs, in Oakland and Hayward, we hope to offer a unique opportunity to refresh our students’ understanding of what it means to be a friend, a student, a community member, and most importantly, a valued human being.

Example responsibilities:

  • Facilitate recreational, academic, and team-building activities for middle school and/or high school students
  • Closely know, support, and advocate for the students in your cohort (7-9 students)
  • Maintain an orderly and safe environment
  • Work positively and collaboratively with a diverse team
  • Complete other duties and responsibilities as assigned by site director


Ideal competencies:

  • Highly motivated to work with and shape the lives of youth
  • Previous teaching or facilitation experience with youth impacted by the child welfare system and/or racially and socioeconomically diverse youth
  • Growth mindset and the ability to “fail forward”
  • Creative and enthusiastic team player who can be counted on to provide a safe, supportive, inclusive learning environment for all students
  • Internet, Zoom, Google apps proficiency
  • Multilingual proficiency (ie: Spanish, Pashto, Dari, French, Cantonese, etc) would be a bonus!


Required qualifications:

  • HS Diploma
  • Proof of COVID vaccination
  • Negative TB test results (<4 years)
  • Ability to pass Livescan background check
  • Resume with professional references


Locations:
(You will be able to convey your preferences in the application form)

  • Oakland | Monday and Thursday | 3-6:30PM
  • Hayward | Tuesday and Friday | 3:15-6:45PM
  • Optional Saturday Trips in the Bay Area (times/locations TBD)


Compensation and Benefits:

  • Starting salary at $19 with potential room for growth in the future
  • Free snacks and meals
  • Fun colleagues and supportive team environment
  • Priority consideration for full-time summer opportunities
  • Bi-weekly 1:1 coaching
  • Strong letters of recommendation after successful completion

Summer Opportunities (Full-Time / Part-Time)

  • Become a Summer Learning Guide for the Rocketry or Environmental Conservation strand in our summer learning program in Oakland. This will be a June – July 2022 commitment and promises to be adventure-filled and exciting!

In the 21-22 school year, we piloted Project re:Fresh, which offered middle and high school youth in Alameda County a unique opportunity to refresh social muscles and academic skills through hands-on learning and trips! In the summer, we hope to expand into a full-day experience by providing an interdisciplinary, 4.5-week project that encompasses student agency, deeper learning, community exploration, and growth mindset.

We invite you to be part of our founding team of innovating learning guides. We seek folks who can connect with our youth, make learning and exploration exciting and important, and see our students as individuals who have their own unique journeys and backgrounds.

Example Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with your teacher team and other learning guides and enrichment coaches to lead 2 cohorts of 20 students each, Monday-Friday from 8:15AM-4:15PM
  • Facilitate deeper learning through summer interdisciplinary project from launch to exposition
  • Closely know, support, and advocate for the students in your advisory (10-11 students)
  • Facilitate and guide recreational, academic, and team-building activities for students in the afternoon
  • Supervise drop-off, pick-up, and breaks
  • Prioritize meetings for training, decision-making, and coaching
  • Maintain an orderly and safe environment
  • Work positively and collaboratively with a diverse team
  • Ability to switch to virtual or hybrid situations if necessary
  • Complete other duties and responsibilities as assigned by site director


Ideal Competencies:

  • Highly motivated to work with and shape the lives of youth
  • Previous experience with youth impacted by the child welfare system and/or racially and socioeconomically diverse youth
  • Growth mindset and the ability to “fail forward”
  • Creative and enthusiastic team player who can be counted on to provide a safe, supportive, inclusive learning environment for all students
  • Internet, Zoom, Google apps proficiency
  • Multilingual proficiency
  • Passions outside of your profession


Additional Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of college and/or full-time work experience combined (w/ minimum 48 college units)
  • Available for full training and program calendar (see Application Form)
  • Proof of COVID vaccination
  • Negative TB test results (<4 years)
  • Ability to pass Livescan Background check
  • Resume with 3+ professional references


Benefits and Compensation

  • Opportunity to engage with a diverse team with the paid opportunity to learn and try things within a framework of intentional Social-Emotional Learning and student-centered practices
  • Small cohort sizes
  • Non-exempt, temporary, hourly position
  • Starts at $22/hour* with paid prep periods and coaching
  • $200 bonus for summer commitment completion in addition to strong letters of recommendation

*$2/hr increase for Learning Guides with continued education credits in Education, Social Work, or subject-related concentration

[View the PDF version]

  • Become a Summer Enrichment Coach for our summer learning program in Oakland. This will be a June – July 2022 commitment and promises to be adventure-filled and exciting!

In the 21-22 school year, we piloted Project re:Fresh, which offered middle and high school youth in Alameda County a unique opportunity to refresh social muscles and academic skills through hands-on learning and trips! In the summer, we hope to expand into a full-day experience by providing an interdisciplinary, 4.5-week project that encompasses student agency, deeper learning, community exploration, and growth mindset.

We invite you to be part of our founding team of innovating learning guides. We seek folks who can connect with our youth, make learning and exploration exciting and important, and see our students as individuals who have their own unique journeys and backgrounds.

Example Responsibilities:

  • Be present Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:45PM-5:45PM to facilitate and guide daily afternoon electives that promote learning by doing
  • Be available Wednesdays from 11:45AM-5:45PM to chaperone weekly field trips
  • Supervise and support with independent maker-space
  • Provide after-school supervision and elective/passion course
  • Maintain an orderly and safe environment
  • Work positively and collaboratively with a diverse team
  • Ability to switch to virtual or hybrid situations if necessary
  • Complete other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Enrichment Director


Ideal Competencies:

  • Highly motivated to work with and shape the lives of youth
  • Previous experience with youth impacted by the child welfare system and/or racially and socioeconomically diverse youth
  • Growth mindset and the ability to “fail forward”
  • Creative and enthusiastic team player who can be counted on to provide a safe, supportive, inclusive learning environment for all students
  • Internet, Zoom, Google apps proficiency
  • Multilingual proficiency
  • Passions outside of your profession


Additional Qualifications:

  • 2+ years of college and/or full-time work experience combined (w/ minimum 48 college units)
  • Available for full training and program calendar (see application form)
  • Proof of COVID vaccination
  • Negative TB test results (<4 years)
  • Ability to pass Livescan Background check
  • Resume with 3+ professional references


Benefits and Compensation

  • Opportunity to engage with a diverse team with the paid opportunity to learn and try things within a framework of intentional Social-Emotional Learning and student-centered practices
  • Small cohort sizes
  • Starts at $18.50/hour* (non-exempt, temporary, hourly position)
  • $200 bonus for summer commitment completion

*$2/hr increase for guides with continued education credits in Education, Social Work, or subject-related concentration
[View the PDF version]

Your generosity makes our programs possible.

Donations help to support the after-school and summer learning programs available to the students of Seen52.

Year Round Volunteer Opportunities.

First of all, thank you for your interest in getting involved! Here are a few options:

  • Volunteer with us (will require Livescan, proof of TB and vaccination, and additional Zoom trainings)

  • Commit to providing critique or feedback during a project cycle (remote or in-person)

  • Host a Saturday Deep Dive at your work site

  • Contribute labor

 

Volunteer opportunities

For more detailed descriptions about these opportunities, click here.

We are excited to get to know you and work with you to find a healthy fit! Contact hello@seen52.org if you have questions or other inquiries.

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Your in-kind donations underwrite the cost of programming and subsidize our material budgets for our after-school and summer programs for students.