Elementary School Volunteer

Cordata Elementary needs your help!

We have volunteer positions available in their AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS where you can:
Improve a child’s life • Support the community • Explore careers • Learn a new skill
Build a resume • Make friends • Network • Get experience

Clubs run Jan 22 to Mar 12 and include:
• Color and Chillax
• Basketball
• Ukulele
• Games
• World Culture
• Multi-Media Art
• Reading Buddies
• Tennis
• Music Adventures
• Community Club

Orientation sessions: Jan 13, Jan 15 and Jan 16

For more information, please contact:
• Robyn Johnston, Cordata Club Coordinator, robyn.johnston@bellinghamschools.org OR 360.739.0116

Job Description – After School Enrichment Opportunities at Cordata Elementary
This is an exciting opportunity to assist students in an elementary school setting under the guidance of an enrichment instructor and/or enrichment director. As a work study participant you will be working with students in an ‘after school’ classroom environment, focusing on enrichment themes such as music, art, sports, and other social/emotional enrichment subjects. You will provide some large group support, small group enrichment, and one-on-one tutoring. This position may also involve helping with administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, preparing materials and supplies, and supporting activities in the playground, cafeteria, and transportation pickup areas.
Positions are available on Mondays 2:30-4:30pm, Wednesdays 2:30-4:30pm, and Thursdays 12:45-2:30pm from Jan 22 to Mar 12 in the following enrichment classes (11/19/19 – still to be confirmed):
MONDAYS 2:30-4:30
• Color and Chillax
• Basketball
• Community Club
• Music Therapy
• World Culture
WEDNESDAYS 2:30-4:30
• Ukulele
• Games
• Reading Buddies
• Multi-media Art
• Tennis
• Community Club
THURSDAYS 12:45-2:30pm
• Coding
• Martial Arts

Benefits:
Learn to work with:
• students in small and large groups
• culturally diverse students, supported with social-emotional skill-building and Caring Schools Curriculum
• dedicated teams of enrichment providers supporting the core beliefs of the Bellingham Promise

Qualifications:
• Positive and flexible attitude
• Utilizes collaborative approach to problem-solving
• Willing to accept direction and changes in direction, when requested
• Ability to take initiative to engage and support students
• Ability to work in cafeteria, outside, and classroom environments
• Enjoys working with children
• Respectful and responsible to adults and children
• Professional conduct and communication in all teaching/learning settings