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Job Opportunity: Fort Wayne Center for Learning – Part-time Instructors

fwcl_logo_main_rounded_0Fort Wayne Center for Learning is currently seeking Part-Time instructors qualified to work with students struggling to succeed in the academic environment.

We work one-on-one in a clinical setting in order to build reading, math, comprehension, writing, and academic success skills.

Primary Role: Instruct students with learning challenges in the following areas: reading, spelling, math, comprehension, writing, and academic performance management using the processing-based programs, methods, philosophies, strategies, and techniques implemented by the center.

  • Write informal student progress reports
  • Participate in weekly professional development
  • Complete office work such as: maintaining a clean and organized clinical environment, copying forms, stocking and organizing program materials.
  • Participating in fundraising and community awareness events sponsored by FWCL or in which the center participates.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 60 hours college credit toward a degree in the education/human services field.
  • Pass the tests and aptitude screening administered by FWCL.
  • Minimum high school math proficiency preferred.
  • Ability to be trained on and implement the Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes © programs.
  • Ability to:
    • communicate clearly and professionally;
    • maintain a positive, optimistic attitude;
    • motivate students;
    • solve problems collaboratively;
    • act as a team;
    • be flexible, willing to grow, learn, and work in a fluid environment.

How to apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Fort Wayne Center for Learning

ATTN: Jessica Patton

2510 East Dupont Road, Suite 203Fort Wayne, IN 46825Fax: 260-469-3926

Email: jessicapatton@fwcl.org

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Get Connected: Registration Open to Emerging Leaders of All Ages

  Nonprofit Speed Dating | May 7 | Register by May 5 Get Connected is a Nonprofit Speed Dating event for Allen County nonprofit organizations and emerging leaders who want to make a difference in the community. If you are a Get on Board Bootcamp graduate or an individual who is interested in supporting nonprofits, through […]

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Reflections on BLF14: Post #9 – Get on Board Committee

Reflections on 2014 Board Leadership Forum, submitted by Carrie Minnich. This is the fourth of  several reviews by Carrie. Designing Community-Level Support for Emerging Board Leaders  (Lettice Haver and Carrie Minnich) The Get on Board Committee was extremely grateful for the opportunity to share our work with others at the BoardSource Leadership Forum in Washington, […]

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Get Ready for Get Connected: May 7

Nonprofit organizations: meet emerging leaders who want to support nonprofits through meaningful committee work that could lead to board service.

Emerging leaders: meet nonprofit organizations seeking interested individuals wanting to offer their skills and expertise to benefit the community.

get connectedWhat is Get Connected? It is an evening of fast, structured “speed networking” rounds hosted by the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center, with time for informal social mingling afterward.

Who should attend? Nonprofit board members meet emerging leaders interested in getting involved with a nonprofit organization with an eye for a potential board leadership role in the future.

Emerging leaders introduce themselves to 20-30 opportunities to serve.

When?  Thursday, May 7th | 5:30-8:00

Where?  Indiana Tech Law School, Barrister Commons

Details?  (more…)

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A Fundraiser’s Journey: Dave Bennett’s Top 10 List for Grant Writers

Kelly Updike for PCNRC, A Fundraiser’s Journey series You are in for a special treat as this post is written by David Bennett, executive director of the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne. Since its founding in 1956, the foundation has had a mission of serving the Allen County community by improving the quality of […]

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Job Opportunity: McMillen Center for Health Education – Multimedia Graphic Artist

The McMillen Center for Health Education seeks a dynamic, self-starter with experience in multimedia marketing. The Multimedia Graphic Artist will design marketing campaigns for print, video, webpages, emails and social media. The position is full time, 40 hours per week.

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