Casa de los Niños is hiring a Bilingual Parent Educator in their Child and Family Services department.
Job Summary: The Parent Educator is responsible for providing/presenting parent education classes/curricula to groups of parents/caregivers through the Parent Education Program at Casa de los Niños.
Qualifications: Candidate must have at minimum, a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in child development, early childhood education, family studies, psychology, social work, counseling or a closely related field. Must possess the knowledge of family dynamics and the provision of family centered services; the ability to interact and relate well with families from a variety of different lifestyles and cultures, backgrounds, and ethnicities; an understanding of diverse parenting styles; experience working with complex multi-problem families and the knowledge and ability to access community resources. English/Spanish bilingual strongly preferred.
This is a non-exempt PRN position with a flexible schedule. Position is open until filled.
Full job description can be found at Casa’s website: www.casadelosninos.org
Send letters of interest, completed job application and resumes to Carol Weigold at email@example.com.
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Presented by: Make Way for Books
This is an interactive workshop focusing on meaningful and engaging ways to foster emergent literacy and language development at home and throughout the day.
Presenters will share strategies for supporting families in simple daily activities that promote:
- Vocabulary development
- Phonological awareness
- Book handling skills
- Alphabet knowledge,
- Concepts of print
Participants will gain knowledge to help families recognize that preparing meals, grocery shopping, or driving in the car are all opportunities for language-rich interactions.
Participants will learn ways to empower families to share books with their children every day, regardless of their literacy level.
When: September 25, 2014 from 11:00am- 1:00pm
Where: Make Way for Books (3955 E. Ft Lowell Rd)
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