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EVkids is growing! Click on any of the opportunities below to learn more and view instructions for applying.

Positions Available

  • Spend five weeks in the Green Mountains of Vermont with a dedicated team of education professionals hosting small groups of low-income Boston children and teens for a unique summer camp experience.

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  • This is a renewable 10-month school-year position (September 2022 – June 2023). The Education Advocate manages a caseload of up to 20 students, working with their families and teachers to support the work of their 1-on-1 tutors each week.

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  • This is a renewable 10-month school-year position (September 2022 – June 2023). The Education Advocate manages a caseload of up to 20 students, working with their families and teachers to support the work of their 1-on-1 tutors each week.

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  • This is a renewable 9-month part-time (20 hours/week) Boston-based school-year position (September 2022 – May 2023). The part-time Education Advocate manages a caseload of up to 10 virtual tutoring pairs, working with their families and teachers to support the work of their 1-on-1 tutors each week.

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  • The College Success Advisor will work within the College Success Project to guide 11th and 12th grade EVkids Tutoring students by providing 1:1 support through career exploration, assisting with the college application process, and empowering students to take control over their academic and career goals. The Fellow will build relationships and provide check-ins with students, their families, and their tutors, while tracking and taking note of each student's progress. The Fellow will coordinate and implement career panels, college tours, and informational college events. The Fellow will strengthen college readiness programming and assist wherever needed.

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  • The Assistant Director for Tutor Engagement is the point person in supporting student leaders, coordinating events that build relationships between university tutors and their 4th-12th grade tutees, as well as programs that build community events amongst tutors. Tutor Chaplains periodically attend tutoring to connect with tutors, as well as individual check-ins each semester with around 40 tutors, and support tutor coordinators (student leaders) in directing 1-hour, small group “reflections” on themes of spiritual development and social justice for their peers. This is a 10- month (September-June) position for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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