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Junior After-School Program Coordinator (Part-Time)

Los Angeles, CA, USA

How to Apply


Submit your cover letter and resume to William Figueroa, Director of Programs at [email protected] and note Junior After-School Program Coordinator in the subject line. No phone calls please! We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information: visit us at

JOB DESCRIPTION: (Part-Time) Junior After-School Program Coordinator
Reports to Program Manager (PM) and the Director of Programs (DP), the Junior Program Coordinator is responsible for the preparation and coordination of LATM’s mentoring programs, both in-person and virtually. Primary responsibilities include: interfacing with school administrators, facilitating presentations, implementing student recruitment/retentions strategies, preparing, coordinating and managing weekly in-person and virtual sessions/fieldtrips, preparing and submitting reports, implementing volunteer recruitment/retention/appreciation strategies and oversight, both virtual and on-site support, curriculum development and program management.

Areas of Responsibility: 


  • Program Management – facilitate all program sessions and field trips (both in-person and virtually), community service projects, family events and other activities that serve to support mentoring relationships; work with Program Manager to revise and develop curriculum as needed; submit regular weekly, monthly and year end reports to the DP and PM;
  • Student Recruitment and Retention – recruit and retain students as specified by program standards and goals. Ensure all clients are properly enrolled, work with the DP to implement effective recruitment and retention strategies;
  • Mentor Recruitment and Retention – recruit teacher mentors and retain all mentor types as specified by program standards and goals as well as assist with college recruitment efforts;
  • Mentor Screening- assist with coordinating mentor screening efforts, database management;
  • Crisis Intervention – provide support to mentors and youth, and serve as a mandated reporter;
  • Session Preparation/ Staff Support- assist with preparing session materials and data entry;
  • Other – provide support to program and organizational activities, special events and administration


The ideal candidate will have excellent presentation, project and volunteer management, strong leadership skills, work well with others, highly organized, computer, oral and written communication skills. Bi-lingual in Spanish and English, experience working with at-risk youth and the ability to interface with school administrators preferred. Light lifting requirements (Up to 20-40 lbs.) and driving on a daily basis required—reliable transportation a must. Must be also available to work Monday– Friday, 9am – 6:30 pm with some evenings and able to work on Saturdays to manage fieldtrips. As COVID-19 requirements continue to evolve, candidates may require proof of being vaccinated or tested for coronavirus. All candidates must adhere to state, federal and school district mandates to limit the transmission of Covid-19 in our offices and at school sites.


We value our employees’ time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by our competitive salary commensurate with experience (Hourly range $14.00- $18.00).  We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, planning and culture.

How to Apply: 


Submit your cover letter and resume to William Figueroa, Director of Programs at [email protected] and note Junior After-School Program Coordinator in the subject line. No phone calls please! We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information: visit us at

Organization Info

Los Angeles Team Mentoring

Los Angeles, CA, USA
1-10 employees
About Us
Areas of Focus: 

Founded in the aftermath of the infamous 1992 Los Angeles civil unrest, LATM launched its first after-school team mentoring program just three miles from the epicenter of the Los Angeles Riots. Since then, LATM has positively impacted 28,000 young lives within economically disadvantaged communities across LA County through 2.8 million hours of service by 9,500 volunteer mentors.

Our Mission: LATM’s mission statement is to guide middle school students growing up in challenging urban environments to recognize and reach their full potential as members of our community. Through a school-based team approach to mentoring, young adolescents are given the tools and support necessary to make positive choices during a critical period in their lives.


LATM’s e-Works is a virtual team-based approach to mentoring. In our online "classrooms," 2-4 adult mentors are carefully matched with 12-14 middle school youth. Mentors utilize an interactive curriculum designed to build students' social emotional learning skills. Teams meet weekly for 1 hour and connect through email/video conferencing

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Listing Stats

Post Date: 
Mar 29 2021
Active Until: 
Apr 29 2021
Hiring Organization: 
Los Angeles Team Mentoring