Education Coordinator, World Affairs Council

Posted by World Affairs Council of Philadelphia on April 5, 2022

Position Overview

The Education Coordinator is a temporary position with hybrid work environment that will be responsible for assisting with the administration of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia’s Global Smarts Mentoring Program, a rigorous global literacy tutoring program that pairs college-level student mentors with middle school students participating in the Jr. Model UN program. The position also includes additional administrative duties related to the Council’s global education program for high school and middle school students. This position reports to the Vice President of Education and works both in-person at the Council’s office in Center City Philadelphia and remotely, with occasional visits to partner schools and participation in all Council education programs.

Key Functions/Responsibilities

  •  Co-leads a group of student mentors (undergraduate students) during weekly professional development meetings
  • Assists with planning and facilitation of Council education programs for middle and high school students
  • Visits Global Smarts Mentoring Program partner schools and assists with on-site observations of mentors
  • Provides pre- and post-event support • Researches and prepares program-related curriculum for middle and high school programs
  • Assists with distribution of evaluations, forms, and prepares detailed reports
  • Manages and prepares program-specific correspondence and documents
  • Assists in content creation for the website and social media, including proof reading
  • Provides proofreading support on both digital and hard copy materials as needed
  • Provides data entry support

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