BGC In Person Afterschool Club Facilitator for Grades 3-5

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Job Type

Contract (Multiple)

About the Role

Positions Available: 2
Contract Dates: MARCH 2022 - MAY 2022 [9 to 11 weeks]
Specific dates TBD, and time ranges (2:00PM - 5:30PM Pacific Standard Time)
Compensation: $684

POSITION
The BGC Afterschool Club Facilitator (In Person) will coordinate and ensure project objectives are
met within their assigned BGC Afterschool Club Program. In this role, the BGC Afterschool Club
Facilitator will ensure that the BGC Afterschool Club Instructors have materials and access to
resources to fulfill project expectations. In this role, the BGC Afterschool Club Facilitator must
also be ready and available to serve as a Substitute Instructor as needed (teaching 10-30 students
in Grades 3 - 5, while creating and maintaining a strong sisterhood culture). Must be comfortable
working in a fast-paced, high-performance environment and demonstrate flexibility to last
minute modifications (if necessary). The BGC Afterschool Club Facilitator will advocate for a
strong consistent club culture and maintain effective communication with BGC Staff, BGC Team
and onsite school representatives. Ideal Candidates will have a background in project
management, instructional education, engineering, science, or technology for this role, but not
required. The successful candidate will have direct experience managing a team and teaching or
coaching elementary, middle, or high school students, with strong classroom management and
community building skills. Ideal Candidates will have experience programming in one or more
coding languages (preferred but not required). Must demonstrate capabilities using technology
tools to facilitate and teach coding (Zoom, PowerPoint, Google Drive, email etc.). Our BGC
Afterschool Club Facilitator role will be a contracted position working onsite at a school in
conjunction with the BGC Afterschool Club Instructor.

Requirements

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Track self-paced teacher/facilitator Professional Development (PD) progress for BGC

Team members

• Serve as support for BGC Virtual Club Instructors during club

• Track administrative statistics (attendance and evaluations, etc.)

• Facilitate learning around coding and programming to students through BGC curriculum

• Interact with youth and staff as a resource and STEAM Mentor

• Implement and maintain Brown Girls Code Club culture

• Participate and assist in implementation of Brown Girls Code evaluations

• Participate in BGC Club Kickoff and end of year demo day

• Other duties as noted in scope of work


Qualifications/Requirements:

• Teaching groups of elementary or middle school students in formal or informal setting

(preferred)

• Coding experience preferred but not required

• Strong classroom management/relationship building skills

• Demonstrates ability to problem solve

• Exceptional facilitation, communication, and presentation skills

• Well-versed in restorative practices and conflict management

• Enthusiasm and skill working in youth development

• Integrity, maturity, credibility, and a demonstrated commitment to Brown Girls CODE's

mission

• Demonstrates the ability to work in a fast-paced environment

• Commitment to complete entire project in BGC Club

• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team environment

• Be available 1-2 times per week, one hour per club session for 9 weeks. Totaling in 18

hours for project

• Must be willing to adhere to BGC Wellness Policy and Covid-19 onsite school

requirements [which includes being fully vaccinated and wearing N95 Masks when onsite]

• Zoom enthusiast

• BA/BS or higher in Computer Science or related technical field preferred but

professional experience is an acceptable substitute. College Applicants or Graduate

Students majoring in Early Childhood Education and/or STEAM related disciplines are

also encouraged to apply.


This position is a paid contracted position. The position requires 9 hours of club time, 6 hours of

preparation time, 2 hours (1 hr for onboarding/training and 1 hr for post review) and 1 hour of

follow up. In total, the position requires 18 hours throughout the duration of this Brown Girls

Code Club Project.

About the Company

Launched in 2018, Brown Girls Code (BGC) is a global nonprofit organization working to close the
gender and diversity gap in technology. Our programs equip underrepresented girls ages 7 - 18
with the skills and training needed to pursue 21st Century opportunities in Computer Science,
Information Technology, Cybersecurity, and other STEAM-related fields. Our goal is to increase
their knowledge and enthusiasm for the fields while building confidence, technical acumen, and
sisterhood. We are changing the face of tech through our programming which include workshops
and afterschool clubs where we train girls in coding, cybersecurity, robotics engineering, digital
citizenship, cyberbullying prevention as well as the development of entrepreneurial and
leadership skills.