The Condon Community Center has been in existence for nearly 40 years. It is situated in a particularly dense, robust urban location. Although the Condon Community Center services the South Boston neighborhood in its entirety, a disproportionate number of our members yield from both the West Broadway Public Housing Development ( currently housing over 450 low-income families), and the newly minted Seaport District. The Condon Community Center truly functions as an all-inclusive environment - our facility hosts a wealth of different ethnicities, as well as, a broad range of participants originating from vastly different financial circumstances. Historically, the Condon has always served as a respite for hundreds of low-income families, and today, we continue that mission in earnest. It has been an absolute joy watching the new young professionals from the surrounding area discover the wealth of resources available at the Condon; they have seamlessly assimilated into our membership. Currently, the age range of our membership spans from 3 years of age to senior citizens as old as 85. The following is a snap-shot of year-round activities offered by the Condon Community Center: Condon C.C. Aquatics Division: Beginner/ Intermediate Swim Lessons (3-7) Adult Water Aerobics Adult Lap Swim Family Swim (must be accompanied by adult over 18) Open/Youth Swim Swim Team/Practice Gym/Athletic Programming includes, but may not be limited to: Basketball Skills and Drills (7-12) Teen Basketball Scrimmage/ Open Gym (13-17) Youth Lacrosse (7-12) BNBL 13+U/15+U Youth Soccer (7-12) Fall PickleBall (13+U) Adult Basketball League Adult Futsal (indoor soccer) Hockey (18+) Youth Services/ Programming includes: Feeding Program Peer Tutoring Girls Leadership Initiative SuperTeens Field Trips/Special Events - Movie Nights, Holiday Celebrations Senior Programming: Introduction to Computer Classes Crochet Classes Coffee Clutch Bingo/ Board Games Elderly Commission/ Workshops & Resource Fairs Senior/Youth Civic Collaborations = Holiday Celebrations Computer Lab Programming: Introduction to Basic Computer Skills Microsoft Office Suite 2016 STEAM Youth Programming Knowing Your Way Around Google Docs
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
This position will support the "Mentoring to Milestones" program ( a peer tutoring/ college readiness program) with: academic tutoring, limited computer instruction and homework help. The ideal candidate for this position would be moderately computer literate, maintain an above average GPA at current grade level, and possess the patience to teach younger children. The gym assistant shall provide support to both the Athletic Director and Athletic Assistant. In this position, a candidate will be expected to: assist with all gym equipment, maintain a safe atmosphere in the gym area, and assist in leading limited sports "drills and skills" sessions. The ideal candidate for this position will: be able to lift 20+ lbs without assistance, possess some athletic interest/ability, be comfortable in an athletic environment, *accept a schedule that may include Saturdays. The office assistant will be trained to provide coverage in the front lobby area, as well as, the Administrative office. Duties will include : light filing, copying, faxing, and phone coverage. The ideal candidate for this position would be : very organized, possess a polite & courteous phone manner, and have a sense of good customer service.
The Ideal Candidate for this Job:
Who is a standout SuccessLink candidate? Youth who are: • Professional – Show a deep respect for yourself and others! • Punctual – Show up on time and be prepared to make an impact! • Positive – Bring a smile and a willingness to try new things and learn new skills!