SEEDS

Education

 

Schools Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) Community Schools

 SUN Community Schools are a collaboration between Multnomah County, Portland Parks & Recreation, and six Public School Districts. The SUN Service System leads to educational success and family self-sufficiency through an integrated network of social and support services for youth, families and community members. This nationally recognized system of care works to ensure families are healthy so they can champion and support their children. SUN Community Schools in Multnomah Country are full-service neighborhood hubs where the school and partners from across the community come together to make sure kids and families have what they need to be successful – in school and in life. SUN Community Schools mobilize and strategically organize community resources to provide: Strong core instructional program; Educational support and skill development for youth and adults; Enrichment and recreation activities; Family involvement and support; Social, health and mental health resources, Family and community events.

Current Positions:
SUN classroom assistant (Lane Middle School):  Help support SUN staff in offering afterschool academic and/or enrichment classes to middle school students at Lane. Tutor students, help teach basketball, sewing, cooking classes for the Lane SUN program.

SUN classroom assistant (Roseway Heights Middle School):  Help support SUN staff in offering afterschool academic and/or enrichment classes to middle school students at Lane. Tutor students, help teach basketball, sewing, cooking classes for the Roseway Heights SUN program. Academic programs may be grade or subject specific (i.e. ‘6th Grade Math’, or ‘homework help). Resource work may include helping to pack food boxes

  

Maurice Lucas Foundation

At the Maurice Lucas Foundation, our mission is teaching life lessons through education and sport.Through our combination of academic programs, character-building exercises, sports camps, and educational experiences, we challenge our students to discover who they can be. We partner with families, teachers, Title 1 schools, and business leaders to form a supportive community that works together to build resilient citizens and leaders.

Current Positions:
Academic tutor - Academic tutors with the Maurice Lucas Foundation inspire students to complete assignments, develop character skills, and better understand the curriculum outside the classroom. Academic tutors might work one-on-one with a student or may assist a small group of students who are working on the same assignment.

 

Children's Book Bank

The Children's Book Bank fills homes and lives with engaging, culturally diverse books because all children deserve to have books of their own. When they do, magical things happen — books ignite curiosity, spark the imagination, and open young minds to limitless possibilities.  Our programming is directed toward children in need from birth through grade 8 and supports early education and literacy development by providing books as tools.  These books mean children have the tools they need to develop important pre-reading skills, to support early reading achievement, and to prevent learning loss when school is not in session. 

Current Positions: 
Book Flow Assistant - In this postion students will help up manage the flow of donated books that come through the warehouse. They would help with book intake, preparing books for school drop offs, bundling books for our building home library program. Students might also help us asemble bonding with books kits. It is a fun and inclusive enviorment to work!

Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Current Positions: 
Program Activity Leader - facilitate Girl Scouts programming with youth program participants, including curriculum implementation and consult on curriculum development.