Sample School-Based Mentor-Part-Time Job Description Template


Position Title:
School-Based Mentor – Part-time
Reports to:
Program Manager and School Site Supervisor
Terms of
September 2017 – June 2018
Average of 20 hours/week
Work with a team of other professionals
Gain valuable experience, professional development, and relevant training
You will be placed in one of nine Routt County schools (including Steamboat,
South Routt, and Hayden). Friday meetings will be at the Partners office in
Part-time School-Based Mentors will join full-time AmeriCorps members in
delivering the Partners School-Based Mentoring program. Mentors will build
relationships and implement programming that supports the development of
young people in elementary, middle and high school. One-to-one mentoring with
a minimum of 10 target students, as well as after-school programming will take
place in the schools Monday-Thursday, with Fridays being reserved for
administrative duties and ongoing training and professional development. For
The mission of Partners in Routt County is to build resilient youth by creating and supporting meaningful
mentoring relationships. We have provided Community-Based mentoring to Routt County youth for over
20 years and began implementing our School-Based Mentoring Program over 10 years ago as a mostly
AmeriCorps funded program. The 2017-18 school-year will be the beginning of a new collaboration
involving both AmeriCorps and non-AmeriCorps mentors. There will be a total of 10 School-Based
Mentors (SBM) working in nine Routt County schools.
General Function and Responsibilities
Partner’s School Based Mentoring Program Model
The 2017-18 School-Based Mentoring Program (SBM) will provide five full-time AmeriCorps members and
five part-time mentors to nine Routt County schools. All mentors will be screened and trained prior to
school placements. Partner’s Program Manager and staff provides mentor support, supervision and case
management. The mentors provide guidance, support and tutoring to each of their 10 target students
whose qualifying criteria include low income, victims of abuse or neglect, familial incarceration, substance
abuse, etc. Additionally, the SBMs may also work with non-target students, implement in-school and
after-school clubs and activities. Providing this positive support allows students the opportunity to focus


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