Summer Residential Educator | Burlington, VT
ROCK POINT SCHOOL IS HIRING
We are seeking additional Residential Educators for our summer session, which offers fun and adventure-based experiences with some academic options in a boarding school environment.
We are offering both full and part-time positions. This hourly position may entail staying overnight on the dormitory floor, with overnight responsibilities as needed.
Weekday and weekend shifts are available. Summer Session is July 9 – August 4, 2023, and there will be training requirements before Summer Session begins (paid time, dates TBA).
Apply here: https://www.rockpointschool.org/residential-educator-employment-summer-2023
Planning and supervising student activities
Overnight (live-in) supervision & on-call 3-4 nights/week
Cooking meals in our commercial kitchen
Guiding students in their social-emotional growth
Providing coaching in executive functioning & living skills
Leading group meetings to build community among students
A background check (recently completed or willing to complete one)
Prior experience with youth in an educational or camp setting
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About Rock Point School
Students come to Rock Point School to fit in and stand out! We offer a small, supportive, co-ed, boarding high school for students who have not found much success in traditional school settings. They may have experienced extreme loss, been bullied, or felt left out. Rock Point is a place where young people are seen for who they are, supported in and out of the classroom, and experience academic and personal competence.
Located in Burlington, Vermont, on 130 acres on Lake Champlain and in a vibrant college town, we offer our students small, engaging classes, experiential learning, close relationships with staff, and ongoing opportunities to discover who they are. Academically, we support a range of learning styles, helping them improve their executive functioning and self-advocacy skills. We commonly support students with:
* All styles of learning: auditory, kinestetic, verbal, visual, etc.
* Processing Deficits
* Dislexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia
* School Refusal
If students need therapeutic supports, they can access community-based services such as local therapists and support groups. After school hours, we use all that Burlington and beyond has to offer. We encourage our students to try new activities, make friends, and discover what excites them — whether it be snowboarding, photography, playing an instrument, traveling, community service, or playing with our many dogs on campus.