Do you want to be a part of team that is dedicated to your success and growth as a professional? Do you want to be part of building a company that inspires people to be great? For over 35 years ACYR has helped prepare the next generation of worker. We are a non-profit community based organization dedicated to providing services and support for low-income young adults needing assistance completing their education and gaining employment. ACYR programs are youth centered and adapted to address a broad range of needs. ACYR programs provide safe and supportive environments that foster independence and personal growth for young adults as they build on existing strengths.
Great Career Opportunities
ACYR ideal candidates will be outgoing self-starters who excel at working independently and in teams while meeting deadlines with highly focused attention to detail. Our work environment is team-oriented, fast paced and fun. We encourage ALL of our employees to grow with the company and to become part of our success story. That’s why your success is ours! We support and encourage our employees by:
providing an ongoing training program.
developing and promoting from our hourly entry level positions when applicable.
helping our employees to continue/meet their personal and education goals
promoting participation in the development and healthy growth of ACYR and its many programs
Competitive Base Salary with Paid Training
Comprehensive Medical benefits, Dental & Vision discounts
Simple IRA with company matched funds
Supplemental Insurance available through Humana or AFLAC
Two Weeks Paid Vacation, to start
16 hours of Personal Time Yearly
12 Days of Sick Leave Yearly
11 Paid Holidays, which includes your Birthday!
Responsible for providing instruction to prepare participants to successfully complete a high school equivalency diploma or skills program and transition to career pathways and/or post-secondary education. ELAA- Responsible for providing instruction to prepare participants to successfully acquire the skills to complete the English Language Acquisition program and transition to career pathways and/or post-secondary education. Understands the challenges participants go through, and the role of counselors and mentor to participant’s development and success.
ELAA/ESL Instructor- Responsible for providing instruction to prepare participants to successfully complete a high school equivalency diploma or skills program and transition to career pathways and/or post-secondary education. ELAA- Responsible for providing instruction to prepare participants to successfully acquire the skills to complete the English Language Acquisition program and transition to career pathways and/or post-secondary education. Understands the challenges participants go through, and the role of counselors and mentor to participant’s development and success.
The Career Advisor is responsible for providing assistance to youth and young adults and enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities required in a competitive labor market. The Career Advisor is responsible for assisting youth through career and education exploration, application processes for training or post-secondary opportunities, finding employment or internship opportunities, explore financial aid options, break down barriers such as transportation, housing and work readiness skills.
The Outreach Specialist is responsible for directing, administering, and coordinating the internal and external operational activities of the Outreach Program. The Outreach specialist is also responsible for outreach, recruitment, orientation, registration, workshops, and internal and external events. Assist the Outreach Lead and Advisement Manager with the development of organization policies and goal that cover operations, personnel, and growth of the program.
The Business Relations Specialist is responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships with employers, agencies, corporations, donors, and volunteers which feed into the needs of ACYR. The Specialist develops and provides Internships, ensuring youth are successful from inception to completion. The Specialist assists and supports youth as they develop skills to gain and maintain employment, career-specific skills and join the workforce.
The IT Cisco and Comp TIA Instructor is responsible for providing instruction and training to prepare participants for various career pathways in the information technology (IT) field. The preferred candidate will train on technical certification content and provide real-world scenario training with hands-on IT education simulations that are related to topics in IT support, networking, cybersecurity, and emerging cloud technologies. In addition to IT related content, the instructor will prepare students to successfully pass the Comp TIA A+ Certification exam. ACYR has several innovative and industry approved tools in place to support the instructor and ensure their success with student outcomes. The ideal candidate must have experience with or comfortable delivering training to young people ages 16 to 24 years of age. In addition, the ideal candidate must understand the challenges participants go through and the roles of instructor support to assist and mentor participant’s development and success.
We appreciate your interest in our organization. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
Only those candidates with the experience and qualifications that correspond to our requirements may be contacted by a member of our hiring department. All inquiries on the status of your application should be made through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ways To Give
School Tax Credit
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