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Overview

JOB DESCRIPTION: We are hiring a part-time Co-Facilitator for the 2021-2022 academic year. The Community Leadership Program in Tahoe is embedded in North Tahoe High School in Tahoe City, CA and may engage students at other local high schools. Applicants must live in the region, and we will prioritize applicants who have an existing connection to the community. The Community Leadership Program Co-Facilitator will work closely with the ARC Program Coordinator to support program goals and student outcomes. Because our cohorts engage in weekly meetings and participate in a progression of outdoor and overnight experiences, this position involves some mid-week and some weekend work.

EOE

DESIRED SKILLS and EXPERIENCE: Demonstrated interest and ability to be a positive role model for high school youth Ready to use or willing to learn a strengths-based approach to youth development Experience in, or interest in learning, outdoor activities such as hiking and camping Demonstrated ability to understand, communicate, and effectively interact with people across cultures Bilingual English/Spanish

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: High School
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks
  • Motor Vehicle Record Check
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $17.25

    About Adventure Risk Challenge

    ABOUT US: Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC) is a youth development non-profit founded in 2004. Our program integrates academic and outdoor programming for high school youth in Tahoe-Truckee and the Central Valley, bolstering their skills as learners, leaders and community members. Our strategy incorporates literacy instruction (critical thinking, writing, reading, and public speaking), leadership development, and life-skills training (goal setting, teamwork, and resilience), utilizing outdoor settings as alternative classrooms. The program aims to support underserved students, including first-generation and English language learning students, to develop the interpersonal skills and academic tools needed for high school success and college access.

    ARC recognizes that injustice exists in all aspects of society. Our programs eliminate barriers by creating pathways for youth to achieve academic success, to access wilderness spaces, and to exercise leadership in our communities and beyond. ARC is dedicated to actively implementing organizational practices and developing leadership opportunities that promote equity, diversity and inclusion. As a program working with participants from communities historically underrepresented in the outdoors, we encourage candidates with a commitment to equity and social justice to apply.