Pennsylvania State University Nittany Lions Read/Nittany Lions Count - Elementary Classroom Support in Monaca, Pennsylvania
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JOB DESCRIPTION AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Earn $12/hour with Nittany Lions Read/Nittany Lions Count (NLR/NLC)!
NLR/NLC students seek to enhance the early reading, math, and science skills of children in the surrounding communities. Working directly with elementary and middle schools in the community, NLR/NLC students assist and support the classroom teachers, engage directly with the children, and provide one-on-one and/or small-group instruction. Positions are available Monday-Thursday early morning (7:40-9:00), mid morning (10:30-12:00); and afternoons (2:15-3:45).
All positions with NLR/NLC require the acquisition of the Three-Public Clearances for Employment.
This job requires the following 3 publicly available clearances:
• PA State Police Criminal Background Check• PA Child Abuse History Clearance Form• FBI Criminal Background Check.
Students who received a Federal Work Study award have the opportunity to obtain a job and perform related duties either on campus, or remotely, if possible and at the discretion of the employer . A Federal Work Study award does not guarantee a job position is available.
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