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Keystone Science School's Community Programs department believes in creating unique, memorable, educational, and recreational experiences that provide individuals the opportunity to grow professionally and personally. We offer a suite of innovative, interactive programs for groups of all kinds—business teams, college classes, clubs, church groups, and families. Whether you're an experienced educator, or a student looking to build your resume, Community Programs offers a wide variety of employment and volunteer opportunities.

 

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Now Hiring: Community Programs Facilitators

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Community Programs Facilitators deliver a wide variety of programs, including workshops, trainings, and retreats, with the flexibility of a part-time, intermittent schedule. Generally, weekend retreats commence on Friday evening and conclude Sunday afternoon, with an average hour commitment of 20 hours for the weekend. It is the responsibility of Facilitators to maintain the safety of all program participants, while teaching educational programs and outdoor skills. Participants’ ages will range from five years to adults. Facilitators are also responsible for the variety of "Support Staff" job duties, such as serving and supervision of meals, leading evening programs, and completion of manual labor, cleaning, and clerical work as needed for each specific program. View the Community Programs Facilitator Job Description for more information.

 

School-Based Programs: Afterschool Program and Summer CATCH Camp

The Community Programs team offers its Afterschool Program to K-5 students attending Dillon Valley, Frisco, Silverthorne, and Summit Cove Elementary Schools. This on-site program uses the Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) curriculum to promote healthy physical activity and eating behaviors in children. Each day a healthy snack is served, followed by activities and games. During summer break, Summer CATCH Camp welcomes Silverthorne and Dillon Valley Elementary students to explore Summit County through exciting and active adventures. Participants will swim, hike, fish, tumble, bike, and more!

Afterschool Program Positions

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Afterschool Coordinator

Complete administrative tasks, facilitate the CATCH curriculum, and teach students about health and exercise. This part-time position:
  • averages 15 hours/week;
  • starts at $17-20/hour;
  • requires teaching and leadership experience.
Afterschool Coordinator Job Description
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Afterschool Facilitator

Instruct goal-driven nutrition lessons, games, and activities to a group of 20-30 students in grades K-5. This part-time position:
  • averages 12 hours/week;
  • starts at $15-17/hour;
  • requires a minimum 12-week commitment.
Afterschool Facilitator Job Description
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Afterschool Sub Facilitator

The same as the Afterschool Facilitator position, just on an as-needed basis to cover shifts throughout the school year. This part-time position:
  • is scheduled on an intermitten basis, within your availability;
  • starts at $15-17/hour;
  • requires a min. 12-week commitment.
Afterschool Sub Facilitator Job Description
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Afterschool Student Facilitator

Gain leadership experience and work collaboratively with teammates to prepare snacks, teach nutrition lessons, and lead games and activities. This part-time position:
  • is for high school students age 16+;
  • starts at $12-15/hour;
  • requires a 2 day/week commitment for a minimum of 12 weeks.
Afterschool Student Facilitator Job Description
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Afterschool Student Volunteer:
Tier II CATCH Assistant Coach

This unpaid volunteer position is designed for students age 15+ who wish to become a role model within their community! In the second tier of this program, the volunteer will instruct their own mini-lessons and group activities.
Afterschool Student Volunteer
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Afterschool Student Volunteer:
Tier I CATCH Rookie

This unpaid volunteer position is designed for students in grades 7 and above who wish to become a role model within their community! In the first tier of this program, the volunteer will shadow KSS employees and facilitate programming. 
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Summer CATCH Camp Positions

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Summer CATCH Camp Lead Facilitator

Facilitate the CATCH curriculum, complete administrative tasks and activity planning, and teach students about health and exercise. This seasonal, full-time position:
  • averages 40 hours/week;
  • starts at $14.50-15/hour;
  • requires teaching experience;
  • requires WFA and CPR certifications.
Summer CATCH Camp Lead Facilitator Job Description
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Summer CATCH Camp Facilitator

Instruct goal-driven nutrition lessons, games, and activities to a group of elementary school-age students. This seasonal, full-time position:
  • averages 40 hours/week;
  • starts at $14-14.50/hour;
  • requires First Aid and CPR certification.
Summer CATCH Camp Facilitator Job Description
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Summer CATCH Camp Sub Facilitator

The same as the Summer CATCH Camp Facilitator position, just on an as-needed basis to cover shifts throughout the summer. This seasonal, part-time position:
  • is scheduled on an intermitten basis, within your availability;
  • starts at $14/hour;
  • requires First Aid and CPR certifications.
Summer CATCH Camp Sub Facilitator Job Description
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Summer CATCH Camp Student Facilitator

Gain leadership experience and work collaboratively with teammates to prepare snacks, teach nutrition lessons, and lead games and activities. This seasonal, full-time or part-time position:
  • averages 20-40 hours per week;
  • is for high school students age 16+;
  • starts at $11-12/hour;
  • requires First Aid and CPR certifications.
Summer CATCH Camp Student Facilitator Job Description
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Summer CATCH Camp Student Volunteer:
Tier II CATCH Assistant Coach

This unpaid volunteer position is designed for students age 15+ who wish to become a role model within their community! In the second tier of this program, the volunteer will instruct their own mini-lessons and group activities.
Summer CATCH Camp Student Volunteer
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Summer CATCH Camp Student Volunteer:
Tier I CATCH Rookie

This unpaid volunteer position is designed for students in grades 7 and above who wish to become a role model within their community! In the first tier of this program, the volunteer will shadow KSS employees and facilitate programming. 
Summer CATCH Camp Student Volunteer

Are you a Middle or High School Student?

Are you a middle or high school student looking for a fun and fulfilling way to become more engaged with your community? An employment or volunteer position at Keystone Science School will help you gain hands-on work experience and build your resume, Find out which position will be the best fit for you!


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Ready to find yourself at the heart of Science. Adventure. Fun? View current job opportunities and submit your application. All applications will require a Cover Letter, Resume, and 3 References. For further information, please contact the Human Resources Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (970) 513-5815.