2800 Victory Blvd 2a 204, Staten Island, NY 10314

www.csi.cuny.edu/lpp

The Liberty Partnerships Program was created in 1988 by a provision of the Liberty Scholarships Program legislation, State Statute: Education Law §§610 and 612 and State Regulation: 8 NYCRR Part 55. Liberty Partnerships Program is provided through the New York State Higher Education Department, K-16 Initiatives and Access Programs and the College of Staten Island.  It is a collaborative college– school-community based project whose vision and mission is to increase the motivation and ability of the students to go onto post secondary education and or meaningful employment.

This New York State Education Department, higher education initiative provides eligible students with a range of services structured to facilitate their ability to persist through high school completion and admissions as competitive candidates for postsecondary education and the workforce.  Offerings include needs assessments; case management; counseling/goal-setting; college, career explorations; pre-collegiate/workforce readiness programming; cultural enrichment; recreation; and, parental involvement/support.

Liberty’s staff is dedicated to helping students reach their highest level of success, both academically and professionally. Since 1989, CSI’s Liberty Partnerships Program has graduated thousands of goal-oriented and talented students. It is a program that is committed to each of its students, from the first day of class to high school graduation and beyond.

Responsibilities

  • You will work closely with a teacher to support classroom instruction by assisting students with understanding lessons, answering questions, and providing additional guidance as needed.
  • You will review lessons with students, help reinforce key concepts, and may be responsible for grading assignments under the supervision of the teacher, ensuring that students receive the necessary support to enhance their learning experience and academic performance.

Requirements

  • Candidates for the position of In-Person Teacher’s Aide should demonstrate the ability to follow directions accurately and efficiently carry out tasks assigned by the teacher to support classroom activities and student learning.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft and Google suites is required, as the role may involve using these software tools for tasks such as document preparation, data entry, and communication within the educational setting, facilitating effective collaboration and organization in the classroom environment.

Schedule: 

Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 4:15 PM

Open Positions: 20

Job Category: Teacher's Assistant
Job Type: In Person
Job Location: Staten Island
Applicant Age: 16+

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