Careers « LEAP for Education

Careers

About → Careers

Careers-Page-Banner

Careers at LEAP

LEAP serves over 360 youth in Salem, Peabody and Gloucester in programs that include academic enrichment and support, college access and readiness, and college and careers advising. We are always interested in hearing from qualified individuals looking to grow their careers with us. You may send your resume to Linda Saris, Executive Director, via email or at 35 Congress Street, Suite 102, Salem, MA 01970. We look forward to your continued interest, support and involvement. Enjoy your time with us and do not hesitate to share your insights, questions and concerns. We rely on your feedback for the continued improvement of our programs.


TEEN CENTER EL ADVISOR (Americorps)

$17,000 taxable living allowance paid in bi-weekly installments
$6,095 Segal Education Award upon completion of service


The EL Advisor would be primarily responsible for the development and facilitation of inclusive programming opportunities within the Teen Center to support the needs of our newcomer EL population. This includes all EL students who use the Teen Center as a drop-in program to get academic support as well as to participate in the Teen Center’s many activities, including our EL Street program designed to improve our EL’s speaking and connections in the community…

United Way Logo
Americorps Logo
MA Service Alliance Logo

AFTER SCHOOL – PART TIME GROUP LEADER/SITE MENTOR

$14.00-$16.00 per hour


Group Leaders are essential in assisting the Assistant Site Supervisor and the Director of Middle School programs in the day to day operations of the program and with the implementation of curricula. Group leaders ensure that students are safe and engaged, while also building strong positive youth-adult relationships…

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?

The staff and students at LEAP for Education, Inc. value your interest in our youth programs. Volunteers are a vital part of achieving our goal of expanding the educational and career opportunities for low-income and/or first-generation-to-college youth in our community. Visit our volunteer page to browse our current needs.