new job entries

Our “jobs list” is constantly being updated with new entries and removing positions which have been filled. Currently there are 4 opportunities on there which have come in within the past week. If you want to find a paying gig to work with or support admin for urban youth, this is a great place to start. Also, if you have a vacancy you’re trying to fill, post an opening here.


  1. Paula Massey on September 30, 2007 at 9:14 pm

    Paula D. Massey
    747 W. Robinson Ave.
    Fresno, CA 93705
    (559) 790-3321

    Received Certificate of Completion for the Reading Mastery Training (5days).
    Completed School of Tomorrow Supervisor’s Training (5days)
    Completed the Supervisory Academy at the College of the Sequoias
    Completed Parent as Teachers Training (9 days)
    2005 Doctorate Degree of Divinity and Master of Theology
    1994 Associate of Science Degree in Child Development,
    College of the Sequoias, Visalia California
    1975 High School Diploma
    Jean Ribault Senior High School, Jacksonville, Florida
    2006-2007 Educational Consultant
    I was a private contractor with the Hanford Elementary School District Family Resource Center. I facilitated health education classes for the African American community in Hanford, CA. I also coordinated community health fairs, Walk-a-thons and Health forums. I contacted all speakers for the classes, contacted community agencies as vendors, and developed the flyers to be sent to each African American family in the School District.

    2004-2006 Certified Parent Educator/ Site Coordinator,
    Fresno Covenant Foundation, Fresno, CA
    I was a Site Coordinator for an after school program in Fresno, CA until I became a Parent Educator in which I am responsible for recruiting and maintaining a caseload of 45 African American and Hispanic families. I do basic assessments along with ASQ’s. I facilitate monthly group meetings for parents and children using various community organization representatives as speakers and Parent Trainers who specialize in Literacy. I visit the children in the early childhood program once a month to model developmentally age appropriate activities for the parents while working with the children.

    2004-2005 Awake Staff Child Care, Youth Today Group Home, Madera, CA
    I was responsible for the care of six young girls during the night shift. I cleaned the home when necessary, washed clothing, prepared breakfast and evenings meals. I kept logs on all of the girls, monitored and logged all of their phone calls. I supervised outings on weekends to stores.

    2003-2004 Paula’s Elementary Academy, Hanford, CA
    Licensed Home Day Care/Pre-School Program
    I provide care for children ages 2-7 years. I also provide pre-school activities in the morning along with teaching a seven year old that has Cerebral Palsy.

    2002-2003 Social Service Coordinator, LifeSTEPS, Orange, CA
    I was a private contractor with this company. I provided social service activities to three affordable apartment-housing complexes. I worked closely with the apartment director to provide after school activities for children such as Bingo, Kid’s in the Kitchen, Arts and Crafts activities, Teen Rap Nights, youth parties, and also assist parents in locating funds for rent and utility assistance along with referrals for family counseling. I prepared monthly reports regarding the programs that were in operation on each site. These reports enabled us to receive funding for the non-profit agency.

    2000-Present Paula’s Tutoring Service
    This is a self –employed business that I solely operated. I prepare lesson plans for student’s pre-k through 12th grade that require tutoring sessions during the school year and during summer vacation. I provide one-on-one tutoring. I provide help with homework and administer diagnostic testing to students in order to properly place them in their current level of ability.

    2000 –2001 Principal, Hanford Education Center Academy, Hanford, CA
    I enrolled children in private school. I supervised learning center and volunteers. I provided diagnostic testing for all students in order to properly place them in their current level of ability. I Coordinated field trips and taught bible studies for a group of 20 multiage students. I held parent quarterly meetings and assisted children who had been placed in the juvenile system, but were returning to their home environment and a school setting.

    1999-2000 Program Manager of After School Program,
    Kings Community Action Organization. Hanford, CA
    I managed three school sites in Avenal, CA in conjunction with Reef-Sunset School District, which is a 98% Hispanic community. I supervised 15 employees along with students from the work-study program at West Hills Community College. We had an enrollment of approximately 600 children enrolled through the After School and Safe Neighborhood Learning Program. Prior to this I was employed as a teacher/site supervisor for a day care center operated by Kings Community Action Organization

    1994-1998 Administrator, Assistant Principal/Lead Teacher,
    Lily of the Valley Christian Learning Center, Lemoore, CA 93245
    Open and operated a private school for children grades pre-k – 12th grade. I was the custodian of records; I tested children diagnostically, and supervised up to 12 volunteers. I wrote curriculum for high school and junior high school science and social studies classes. I taught various subjects and assisted in fundraisers and field trips.

    1993-1994 Teacher’s Aide, United Cerebral Palsy, Hanford, CA
    I assisted in physical therapist with children and infants who were enrolled in the center. I also supervised children one day a week so that the parents could have respite time.

    1992-1993 Teacher’s Assistant, College of the Sequoias Child Care Center, Visalia, CA
    My duties included, assisting teacher in the supervision of children, setting up work centers and assisting lab students.

  2. Paula Massey on September 30, 2007 at 9:15 pm

    Interested in learning about a place in your organization.

  3. ben on October 2, 2007 at 7:52 am

    I guess I need to clarify… these are not positions with UYWI, but with other ministries who have submitted their vacancies through

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