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The Support Specialist oversees the case management services for participants in Mi Casa’s Bilingual Bank Teller and Customer Service Career Development programs. The Support Specialist supervises and shares responsibility for case management with BSW/MSW interns and volunteers, leads the Career alumni engagement program, and leads community referral and service provision partnership efforts for the Career team. He or she is responsible for designing a service provision model that follows best practices in strength‐based case management and complies with funder and grant requirements, including TANF.
The Post‐Secondary Success Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for the implementation of our post‐secondary readiness and family programs at the Mi Casa Neighborhood Center at North High School. The youth programs focus on preparing participants for the 21st Century workforce and higher education that include both soft skills and hard skills training programs. The family programs incorporate adult education, parent engagement, and wraparound supports. At the core of this position lies the integration of family programs to the out‐of‐school time programs.
The Middle School Afterschool Facilitator is responsible for facilitating afterschool activities at Mi Casa’s Neighborhood Center at the Lake Middle School campus in northwest Denver. These activities will be focused on supporting the academic success of our students and providing enriching learning opportunities to complement day school learning. The Afterschool Facilitator will be responsible for creating and leading enriching programming in one of our core focus areas, which include Academic Enrichment, Arts and Culture, Recreation, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Leadership, College and Career Exploration, and Entrepreneurship. This program is designed to provide youth with enriching and holistic support and to transform public schools into neighborhood centers of opportunity, service, and safety for entire families. This is a temporary position for the 2014‐2015 school year, beginning August 25, 2014 and concluding May 29, 2015.
The Neighborhood Center at North High School is designed to provide children, youth, and families with needed community services and to transform a public school into a neighborhood center of opportunity, service, and safety for entire families. The Afterschool Program Facilitator is responsible for leading organized, hands‐on educational activities at Mi Casa Neighborhood Center at North High School. These activities will cater to the interests of the students and complement school day learning. This is a temporary position for the 2014/2015 school year, beginning on August 25, 2014 and concluding May 29, 2015.
The Mi Casa’s Neighborhood Center at North High School in northwest Denver is designed to provide youth with needed community services and to transform public schools into neighborhood centers of opportunity, service, and safety for entire families. The Service Learning & Mentoring Facilitator is responsible for implementing a service learning and mentoring program where high school students are trained to serve as activity instructors while mentoring middle school students at the Mi Casa Neighborhood Center on the Lake Middle School campus. This is a temporary position for the 2014/2015 school year, beginning on August 25, 2014 and concluding May 29, 2015.