Requires a Bachelor’s degree in education, human services (i.e., criminal justice, sociology, political science, psychology, etc.), or a related field,
Must have an acute ability to work with and build relationships with diverse students and families that have had contact with the juvenile justice system.
Applicants should be able to communicate with parents, students, community partners, and district personnel about attendance, academics, and post-secondary planning.
Applicants will also need to demonstrate that they can collect and report requisite data points.
A demonstrated knowledge of working with low income income and/or cultural families should be evident.
This is a grant funded position.