Life Skills Centers are public schools that serve students ages 16-22 who are at-risk or have had difficulty with the routine of traditional high school in the past.
We provide a safe, clean, interactive learning environment in which students learn from qualified teachers, utilizing hands-on training with the very latest in today's technology. Our unique curriculum combines academics, life skills preparation, and workplace training. And, when students successfully complete their individualized course of study at the Life Skills Center, they receive a state-recognized high school diploma.
Life Skills Centers have graduated thousands of students since the first school opened in 1999. We now have schools throughout the country, with plans to continue opening new schools both in Ohio and across the United States.
Bachelor's or Master's degree
Hold valid social work license (LSW,LISW, LPC, CCDC, etc.), or be license-eligible
Must hold a valid Ohio substitute teaching license, or qualify for one
Excellent written and verbal skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
A Life Skills Center Family Advocate is responsible for meeting with students referred for non-discipline, discipline, and academic reasons to assess and determine service outcomes, working with consultants, agencies, and support groups, implementing weekly focus groups for students, maintaining daily contact with students in need of support, and acting as a liason between students, staff, parents, and the community. Other job duties may be required as the profession demands.
All employees must be able to pass a local criminal history check, a fingerprint background check, and a TB test. White Hat Management offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, professional development activities, and State Teacher's Retirement System benefits. White Hat Management is an equal opportunity employer.