Upward Bound is a federally funded academic enrichment program for high school students who want to continue their education after high school. The UMF Upward Bound program is searching for creative individuals who:
Residential and non-residential positions are available with compensation adjusted accordingly. Residential staff members have responsibilities in all areas of the program including academics, career experiences, and social and cultural activities. Residential positions are from Sunday evenings through Friday afternoon. Salary depends on position and includes room and board for residential positions. The summer program begins June 17 and continues through August 2.
A bachelor’s degree and teaching experience is required for teaching positions (preference given to those candidates who are certified or who are eligible for certification). At least two years of college, excellent academic skills, and knowledge and proven ability in the subject area are required for teaching assistants. Experience working with high school students is preferred for all positions. A valid driver’s license with no moving violations in the past two years is preferred.
Complete details for the following openings can be found at upwardbound.umf.maine.edu.
TO APPLY: Send cover letter, transcript, resume, and contact information for two references to:
Lynn Ploof-Davis, Director
UMF, Upward Bound
238 Main St., Suite 1
Farmington, ME 04938
207-778-7297 firstname.lastname@example.org (indicate the preference for residential or non-residential).
Hiring begins immediately, applications accepted until all positions are filled.
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