Mar 31, 2022

El Camino Program Leader - Middle School

  • Seton Education Partners
Full time Education: Middle/High School

Job Description

El Camino Program Leader- Middle School

About the Position

The El Camino Program Leader's primary responsibility is to manage the El Camino program and supervise the Seton Teaching Fellows at their designated service site - Brilla Schools in the Bronx, New York. This position is responsible for handling the logistics of the partnership between the programs - Seton Teaching Fellows & El Camino - and Brilla Schools. The El Camino Program Leaders role supports the coordination of both programs' flourishing by closely collaborating with the Brilla Schools admin in outreach and development. The El Camino Program Leader will be an important stakeholder navigating crucial communications, event planning, clerical management, and networking across the Seton Teaching Fellow and El Camino programs.

About El Camino

El Camino, which means "The Way" in Spanish, is an optional, privately funded Catholic after-school faith formation program for underserved children and families. El Camino helps children, their families, and their catechists to know, love, and serve Christ and His Church; develop the habits, dispositions, and beliefs that are indispensable to human flourishing and happiness; and live as disciples in this world and saints in the next. El Camino honors the teaching authority of the Catholic Church.

El Camino currently serves more than 500 kindergartens through eight-grade children for 90 minutes a day, Monday through Thursday. Children receive homework help from experienced teachers, a nutritious snack, and 30 minutes each of catechism and physical fitness. Additionally, children and families have opportunities for shared and personal prayer and character formation. This video provides a snapshot of El Camino.

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