Case Management/Social Services, Education/Teaching/Training
The Student Advocate monitors and addresses the attendance, retention, and overall progress toward graduation of the students through the implementation of various preventative measures and strategic interventions. In addition, provides academic support in the form of tutoring and the reinforcement of study skills, provide resources for wrap-around services for students, and assist in the supervision of school activities and events; maintains a case-load (75 – 100) to promote support for students; serves on a team including teachers and administrators to develop AEP’s for students, monitor student progress within the AEP, and the identification, implementation, and evaluation of interventions for students not meeting the terms of their AEP; monitors student daily attendance and behavior in coordination with the Assistant Principal to identify Tier I interventions; works with teachers to provide attendance, retention, and behavior intervention services to students including student meetings, verbal and written communications to parents/guardians, parent meetings, and home visits; oversees the expansion and implementation of tutoring/learning services and supplemental instruction (SI) offered through WHLA; identifies Out-of-School Resources for students; assists in the supervision of students before and after school, during lunch, and during passing periods; assists in the planning and conducting of parent meetings/workshops; assists in the administration and proctoring of various school assessments; provides leadership and support for the development and operation of the Summer Bridge Program intervention; and; performs additional duties as assigned
Experience working with students in educational settings
Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills including data collection and record keeping
Experience planning, and implementing programs and services
YCCS serves At-Risk Students and High School dropouts who are ages 16 - 21 and who have been under-served and/or disconnected from traditional education.
YCCS offers a diversified portfolio of alternative education "choice" campuses for Off-Track Students and Out-of-School Youth that provide multiple pathways to graduation.
"All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin"