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Federal Work Study- Before / After School Program Care Provider

This is a Federal Work Study employment program that requires the applicant who is applying for this position to be either applying or receiving Federal Financial Aid and is a currently enrolled National University student in good academic standing. No other applications will be accepted. 

National University is seeking five (5) student Community Service Youth Leaders provide support and leadership to youth in the before & after school program setting, which are located throughout San Diego County and consist of K-5, K-8, Middle School programs. Under the supervision of a Site Supervisor, Youth Leaders collaborate with fellow team members to create and facilitate academic and enrichment activities for youth between the ages of 4 – 18 years of age. This role requires excellent communication, creativity, patience and many other professional, transferable skillsets that will help with upward mobility within the Y or anywhere else you want to go. This role is ideal for someone wanting to break into the Child & Youth Development field or someone who just wants to make a difference in the lives of youth.   

Specific schedules are determined by the specific school location, however, the approximate schedule is Monday – Friday, 1:30pm – 6:00pm, One day per week follows the Minimum day schedule which runs from 12:30 – 6:00pm. No nights or weekends.  


  •  Actively supervise program participants, ensuring their guidance and safety at all times.
  • Assist in the planning, management, and implementation of age-appropriate program activities that engage students in active and meaningful experiences.
  • Facilitate one hour of academic/homework support daily; create age appropriate academic supplement activities if no homework is provided.
  • Collaborate with school personnel and program partners to align high quality academic activities and coordinate student services.
  • Provide positive behavior guidance that supports the developmental, social-emotional, and physical needs of all students. 
  • Communicate with parents daily with updates on student progress and participation in program.  
  •  Ensure to role model the YMCA core values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Caring. 

“At the YMCA we strive to live our cause with a purpose every day. We are Welcoming, Genuine, Hopeful, Nurturing & Determined.”


  • Must be at least 18 years of age & possess a high school diploma
  • Must have at least 48 units of college credit
  • CPR and First Aid certified upon hire and must be from one of the following certifying organizations: American Red Cross, American Heart Association, or American Safety & Health Institute.
  • At least 3 full days of available is required, full availability is ideal
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