Apply to be a Servant Leader Intern
Freedom Schools®’ paid Servant Leader Interns facilitate a literacy rich curriculum during the mornings, supervise campus wide activities in the afternoons and chaperone scheduled field trips with rising 3rd to 8th grade scholars. Interns also help serve breakfast, snack, and lunch. Attendance at several parent meetings during the summer, typically on weeknights, is expected.
The Hannah Freedom School will be held Monday through Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm, July 2 – August 3, 2018. Interns are required to also attend a weeklong training in Knoxville, TN June 2– 9, 2018.Travel expenses are paid.
At least 19 years old, enrolled in college and completed at least 1 year of undergraduate studies with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or college graduate with a minimum GPA of 3.0. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at The Hannah Project 415-887-9740
About Freedom Schools®
Founded in 1995 by the Children’s Defense Fund, Freedom Schools® program is a direct service initiative which provides summer options for scholars while strengthening parent and community involvement in the year-round achievement of scholars. Freedom Schools® serve 3rd-8th grade scholars for during several weeks of summer teaching integrate reading, conflict resolution, and social action in an activity-based curriculum that promotes social, cultural, and historical awareness.
Built around the theme “I Can Make a Difference in Myself, My Family, My Community, My Country and My World with Hope, Action and Education,” Freedom Schools® provide a literacy-rich, culturally-inspiring curriculum in which scholars learn to love to read and explore STEAM activities. Using multicultural role models, community guests who share personal stories of making a difference, cooperative games, and activities for critical thinking, the children gain confidence and skills to strengthen their school-year performance.
For further information please call 415-887-9740.