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Seasonal STEM/Science Camp Teacher
Kaiserman JCC
45 Haverford Rd
Wynnewood, PA 19096

Principal Responsibilities:

The Philly J is looking for a STEM/Science Specialist for our day camp in Wynnewood this summer!

Our camp runs for 8 weeks and the role would be 40 hours per week, 8am to 4pm. As a STEM Specialist at our summer camp, you'll lead kids ages 5-13 through engaging and hands-on activities related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. You will create activities for campers to explore STEM topics through experiments, projects, and games .Our ideal candidate has experience working with kids and can come up with fun and age appropriate activities. All materials for activities will be supplied. Pay starts at $15/h and can vary based on experience.

This role would be perfect for a current or recently graduated college student with a degree in science or education or someone with teaching experience in a school or preschool looking for a summer gig. You do not need to have a degree for this role.

Interested candidates can send their resumes to the camp director khausman@phillyjcc.com

Minimum Qualifications:

Salary:

Under $25,000

Agency Information:

The Kaiserman JCC is located in Wynnewood, PA, in the heart of the Main Line. We are a vibrant Jewish Community, just a few miles from Center City Philadelphia. We are home to the award-winning Camp Kef summer day camp and one of the most respected preschool & kindergarten programs in the region.

The mission of the Kaiserman JCC is to ensure a welcoming and inclusive environment where Jewish values inspire excellent social, recreational, educational, cultural, and humanitarian activities that embrace our identity and connection to Israel. The JCC is committed to serving our entire community and does not discriminate based on race, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

Since 1971, the Kaiserman JCC has worked to build a vibrant, inclusive, and supportive Jewish community and enhancing and deepening the commitment to Jewish philanthropy. We have also worked with people and partners across the region to nurture Jewish life and learning, help those in need and build connections with Israel and Jews around the world.