Purpose: More and more of America’s youth are entering high school, college, and the work place without the money management skills needed to ensure financial security and well being. Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County wants to help its Club members achieve Great Futures by teaching money management skills at all levels.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach at least one 30-60 minute class per week for a semester (12 weeks)
  • Meet with one of Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County’s administrators regularly to report on your class’s progress and needs
  • Use Boys & Girls Clubs and other financial literacy materials to plan and prepare fun and educational lessons
  • With the assistance of Club staff, make sure all Club members participate and understand the role of money management in their lives

Required Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Reliable transportation to travel to teaching site(s) and administrative office (report meetings; collect materials)
  • Basic knowledge of money management skills, including banking, saving, budgeting, and credit
  • An engaging personality that will get youth excited about wise money habits

Preferred Qualifications:

  • College degree (or in pursuit thereof) in economics, education, business, or related field
  • Spanish speaker
  • Teaching experience, especially with large groups of young people
  • Demonstrated proficiency in money management

Benefits:

  • We will work with your department/college to ensure you receive course credit
  • Flexible schedules
  • Independence—you will be responsible for your lessons, classes, and outcomes
  • Feel the satisfaction that comes from seeing your efforts make a real, lasting difference in the lives of young people

 

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