Greater Burlington YMCA
Y School Age Programs provide critical growth and development outside of the classroom with a fun environment where we foster positive physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth. Our curriculum compliments the school day with extended learning opportunities that include sports, outdoor play, arts, skill building clubs, literacy and more!
Y Before and Afterschool Programs are available for children in grades K-8 with full-week options and hours, designed to meet the child care needs of working families.
The Y offers flexible opportunities to candidates who may be able to work 2-3 days per week and those who are available daily afterschool. Whether you are in the midst of your your youth development educational career, re-entering the workforce, or just have a passion working with children and teens, joining the Y movement will allow for national participation in enriching the lives of our youth population.
We have partnerships at the following sites:Barre, Fairfax, Fletcher, Georgia, Jericho, Underhill, Waterbury.
To learn more about our school age positions, click on a position below.
School Age Site Director — currently hiring for Underhill
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As a Site Director, you will oversee a program of up to 25 school age children. As Director, you’ll guide our Y Program Staff in being leaders to school age children by implementing programs in accordance with the policies and philosophy YMCA School Age Programs. You will manage before and after school programs, develop curriculum and activities around the interests and desires of the children, create positive relationships with the children and families, the school and other Y partners, and provide strong leadership, direction and supervision to the Y program staff.
Afterschool Program Staff
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Our enthusiastic Afterschool Program Staff will work with our partnered schools in a part-time role, Monday through Friday during afterschool hours between 2 pm and 6 pm.
In this role, you’ll be a leader to a young people by implementing programs in accordance with the policies and philosophy YMCA School Age Programs, assisting the Site Director with overall management of the programs, and develop and facilitate activities and interests that fit the needs and desires of the children.