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Washington Community Fellowship is a multi-denominational church, affiliated with Virginia Conference of Mennonite Church USA, located at 9th and Maryland, NE, Washington, DC.  Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org.

STEM Summer Camp Program Coordinator

at Washington Community Fellowship

Please send cover letter and resume to hiring@wcfchurch.org by April 15, 2022.

This position is envisioned to be a temporary part-time position (see job timeline below) and reports to the Senior Pastor.

The Mission of the learning initiatives at WCF is to share the love of Christ with students in the neighborhood through safe learning spaces, adult supervision, STEM instruction, and opportunities to explore their relationship with God and to address the Pandemic Learning Gap as it has affected student’s social-emotional learning and their academics.

 Desired Qualities: 
● Spiritually mature and committed to Jesus Christ 
● Committed to WCF’s vision, mission and core values statements and the doctrinal statements adopted by WCF throughout its history 
● Cares about connecting people from all walks of faith in Christ 
● Thrives in an environment where team input and ideas are welcomed and challenged. 
● Team player that works well with others 
● Passionate about the development and nurture of love for Jesus in children 
● Possesses capacity and desire to lead and equip volunteers

Desired Qualifications for Position: 
● College graduate
● Two to four years of previous experience working with volunteers and a solid understanding of technological and communications tools and resources preferred 
● Proven experience in maintaining a nurturing classroom environment and classroom management
● Proven experience in coordination and administration of programming, including planning and implementation experience 
● Proficient experience in lesson planning and lesson facilitation 
● Strength in building rapport and connection with students 
● Experience or interest in learning about STEM instruction and topics

 Job Responsibilities (including but not limited to): 
● Develop thematic plans for weeks through curriculum and camp content 
● Develop schedules and program activities 
● Co-create and co-teach lessons and activities with co-teacher 
● Recruiting and marketing for students and volunteers 
● Communicate with parents to ensure understanding of program 
● Obtain parental permissions as necessary 
● Communicate with schools, and community organizations to facilitate student enrollment
● Organize daily snack/lunch for students  
● Design classroom space for students—confirm distancing for students from different homes. 
● Oversee completion of daily heath attestation and temperature checks 
● Provide appropriate PPE for volunteers and students 
● Oversee daily volunteer(s) and students engagement
● Monitor and perform good COVID safety techniques for disease and infection control
● Ensure that space is clean and ready for student arrival; clean at the end of each session 
● Coordinate enrichment sessions for students as schedule allows—i.e. building partnerships with community organizations for educational visits, encouraging community members and church members to lead activities based upon their strengths and interests 
● Plan outdoor breaks and independent activities as needed for students who finish activities early 


Approximate Job Timeline:   May 2nd- August 5th

May 2-13 – 20 hours per week
●Training/Orientation 

May 16-31 – 20 hours per week 
● Program Design & Coordination

June 6-July 1 – 20 hours per week
     ● Preparation

July 5-July 29 – 40 hours per week 
● Camp Session 1: July 5- July 8 
● Camp Session 2: July 11- July 15 
● Camp Session 3: July 18- July 22 
● Camp     Session 4: July 25- July 29

Aug 1-5 – 20 hours 
● STEM Camp Program Evaluation and Camp Clean-up

STEM Summer Camp Program Co-Teacher

at Washington Community Fellowship

Please send cover letter and resume to hiring@wcfchurch.org by May 1, 2022.

This position is envisioned to be a temporary part-time position (see job timeline below) and reports to the Summer Camp Program Coordinator.

The Mission of the learning initiatives at WCF is to share the love of Christ with students in the neighborhood through safe learning spaces, adult supervision, STEM instruction, and opportunities to explore their relationship with God and to address the Pandemic Learning Gap as it has affected student’s social-emotional learning and their academics.

 Desired Qualities: 
● Spiritually mature and committed to Jesus Christ 
● Committed to WCF’s vision, mission and core values statements and the doctrinal statements adopted by WCF throughout its history 
● Cares about connecting people from all walks of faith in Christ  
● Thrives in an environment where team input and ideas are welcomed and challenged. 
● Team player that works well with others 
● Passionate about the development and nurture of love for Jesus in children
● Possesses capacity and desire to lead and equip youth with a positive and encouraging attitude

Desired Qualifications for Position:  
● High School Diploma or equivalent required 
● Previous experience working with youth (preferably middle school) 
● Previous experience in maintain a nurturing student environment 
● Previous experience in facilitating lessons
● Experience in classroom management 
● Experience in lesson planning and lesson facilitation 
● Strength in building rapport and connection with students 
● Experience or interest in learning about STEM instruction and topic

Job Responsibilities (including but not limited to): 
● Engage in preparation and daily execution of camps
● Oversee and partner with volunteers to lead activities
● Supervise and support youth 
● Ensure students have adequate supplies for various activities
● Supervise children while they are playing outside or on a playground
● Monitor children on field trips
● Ensure that space is clean and ready for student arrival; clean at end of each session 
● Communicate with parents when necessary 

Approximate Job Timeline:   June 1st- August 5th

June 1-3
● 12 hours -- Training/Orientation

June 6-July 1    
● 20 hours per week -- Preparation

July 5-July 29 
● 8:00am-4:00pm Monday - Friday (40 hours per week) 
● Camp Session 1: July 5- July 8 
● Camp Session 2: July 11- July 15 
● Camp Session 3: July 18- July 22 
● Camp     Session 4: July 25- July 29

Aug 1-5
● 20 hours  -- STEM Camp Program Evaluation and Camp Clean-up