Boys & Girls Club to Host Summer Employment Job Fair

News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 17, 2017

  

For Interviews or More Information:
Sharon Cleaver, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City
Phone:  816-462-0136
Email Address:scleaver@helpKCkids.org / Web site:  www.helpKCkids.org

 

Boys & Girls Club to Host Summer Employment Job Fair
 HAVE FUN…TEACH AT THE CLUBS!

Kansas City, Mo –  The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City is seeking qualified teachers and youth development professionals to facilitate academic-based programming at the Clubs.  The Clubs’ will hire close to 300 people to staff it’s “Atomic Blast Math & Science Summer Enrichment Program” to run in each of the six Club unit locations across the Greater Kansas City metro area.

Teacher applicants must be have a current Missouri teaching certification or teaching license. Youth development professionals must have a high school diploma or equivalent and one or more years experience working with youth in a similar environment.

Applicants wanting to apply should attend the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City’s upcoming Summer Employment Job Fair:

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
 4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City,
John Thornberry Unit
3831 E. 43rd Street
Kansas City, Missouri

Interviews will be conducted on-site. Interested applicants should bring:

  • photo id (driver’s license or passport);
  • social security card (copies accepted);
  • current Missouri teaching certificate or license (if applicable);
  • printed and completed job application (download online at helpkckids.org).

Please note:  Multiple openings for Teachers, Site Coordinators, Membership Coordinators and Group Leaders are needed for the Missouri sites and multiple openings for Group Leaders and Lead Teachers for the Kansas sites.

For more information about the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City, please visit the website at www.helpKCkids.org or call 816-361-3600.

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City

For more than one hundred years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City has provided a fun and safe environment for youth, ages 5-18, to learn, play, meet new friends and grow. From sports, digital arts and media to group activities and tutoring, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City provides top-quality programs to over 1,000 area youth each day.  Whether it is learning how an individual can make a difference in his/her community or learning how to play basketball – the Clubs strive to help youth feel important and put their dreams of a great future within reach. For more information, visit www.helpKCkids.org or facebook.com/helpKCkids

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