Youth Policy Institute, under the YouthSource & Education Department (YSED) is currently seeking an experienced Math and English Tutor for its Pathways to Justice Careers (PJC) grant. YSED supports in-and out of school youth with needed skills to transition into adulthood with careers, education and/or career training. The PJC Program targets in-school youth, between the ages of 16-21, who are at risk of dropping out of school or at risk of involvement in the criminal justice system, or both. The program will provide eligible youth with case management, mentoring, career exploration, training leading to industry-recognized certificate, post-secondary/job placement services, and follow up services.
The Tutor will work as a part of the PJC team to support a total of 250 youth over the course of the program. This individual will work with students that are identified by PJC Case Managers who are in need of academic tutoring to help ensure these students obtain a High School Diploma or equivalency. The Tutor will also work as part of the PJC team to ensure participants are successful in the program and help develop individualized service strategies/academic coaching plans to prepare students for success. The tutor will work at school sites, centers (Family Source/Youth Source) or other project sites depending on need of the program.