Join the Oakland Kids First program team as a half-time REAL HARD Program Coordinator at Fremont High School. The REAL HARD Program Coordinator will lead programming that teaches youth in both programs to develop social emotional intelligence, self-reflection, research skills, political education, and facilitation expertise to advance educational justice. The REAL HARD program conducts Youth Participatory Action Research to engage in an equity campaign to shift institutional practices at their school site towards the arc of justice. The REAL HARD Program Coordinator also recruits RH members to participate in the Youth Organizing Council program to organize in more advanced settings and campaigns. REAL HARD staff will also establish a presence and relationships with institutional decision makers on campus to transform ground-level school culture and systems to ensure transformational change for students.
Run a REAL HARD program chapter at Fremont High School after school to develop youth into organizers utilizing leadership skill development, political education, youth participatory action research, and campaign planning.
Promote a safe and positive classroom environment rooted in restorative justice, shared ownership, and reflection; actively supervise and ensure student safety; implement a structured classroom culture; maintain positive, appropriate, professional, and student-friendly speech, behavior, and attire.
Work with the Program Manager to develop a recruitment and retention plan and maintain at least 15 actively and regularly involved youth in your REAL HARD chapter.
Base build and reach a critical mass of students at schools to exercise youth voices to advance school culture and educational justice objectives. Recruit and retain a group of 10-15 students
Lesson plan REAL HARD curriculum and prepare weekly materials in advance of programming.
Partner with REAL HARD students to train school community members to uphold positive school culture and values through codes of respect and cultural currency developed by REAL HARD.
Track growth of youth through a yearlong plan and databases to develop skills, demonstrate learning, and practice those skills through a campaign organizing cycle.
Please submit your résumé and a cover letter describing why you’re a good fit for this position to our human resource at email@example.com.
AFTER SCHOOL CULINARY ARTS FACILITATOR
Under the supervision of Oakland Kids First’s Community Programs Manager, the Culinary Arts Facilitator will create a culinary program after school at Castlemont High School that enriches the lives of high school students by teaching them to love everything about food – cooking, eating delicious and healthy dishes, and learning about different cultures and stories behind the food. We are looking for an energetic instructor to join our fun team and start teaching!
Lead after school cooking classes for high school students (9-12th) while getting them excited about trying fun and creative recipes, new foods and encouraging them to learn about new cuisines and cultures
Teach lesson plans related to basics of nutrition and healthy eating to young people in a fun and engaging way and making sure kids are learning while having fun
Introduce kids to basic cutting and measuring techniques, food safety and other concepts provided in the curriculum
Utilize the Castle Urban Farm to support education about farm to table models