Saga offSITE Math Fellow at Saga Education
Saga Education
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Post Date: Jun 23, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: 08/17/2020
Salary: 23500
Location: US - New York
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Location: Remote [serving students in NYC]

Employment Status/hours: Full-time; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)

Start date: August 17, 2020

End date: June 2021 (date TBD)   

Stipend: $23,500 (+ $500 bonus if NYC resident)   

Position Overview
Saga offSITE (Social Impact Tutoring Experience) is an online math tutoring opportunity for the 2020-2021 school year. Saga offSITE Math Fellows manage a small cohort of approximately 36 high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships online during their year of service. During a typical school day, offSITE Fellows will work with six students at a time, three of whom will work independently, and facilitate lessons during six class periods per day. offSITE Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum housed on the Woot Math platform. In addition to offering academic support, offSITE Fellows also serve as student advocates and mentors and must build strong, meaningful relationships with their students.


You will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as needed
You will receive ongoing and consistent observation and feedback, and participate in coaching sessions with your Site Director
You are expected to connect with student families every two to three weeks by phone, email, or text message
Due to the nature of remote/virtual learning, you must be prepared to navigate software and troubleshoot technical issues as they arise
You will work remotely and must have a proactive approach to work in order to complete deliverables on time and maintain proper work-life balance
You must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site Director


You have an interest in math education and a strong understanding of Algebra and Geometric skills and concepts
You are passionate about youth development and addressing education inequity
You are committed to continuous learning and growth, have a strong feedback orientation, and actively seek professional development opportunities

Experience & Qualifications

You have intermediate computer skills
You have strong time management skills
You possess strong verbal and written communication skills
You have a completed Associate's degree, or higher, in any discipline
Prior experience coaching, tutoring, or mentoring students, preferred but not required
Bilingual candidates are preferred but not required
Please be aware that you must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you serve before the start of training

AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residents
Completed Associate's degree, or higher, in any discipline
Ability to teach and communicate Algebra and Geometric skills and concepts
Readiness to rise to the many demands and challenges that come with supporting at-risk youth

Contact Details
Name: Amena Wallace
State/Province: Massachusetts
Country: United States