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Afterschool Aide
Jewish Community Center of the East Bay
1414 Walnut St
Berkeley, CA 94709

Principal Responsibilities:


The Afterschool Aide will report directly to the Afterschool Leadership Team and will be instrumental in the success of the JCC East Bay's Afterschool Program. The person in this role must be able to create a positive educational climate where students can learn and grow. They will be responsible for preparing and implementing several weekly developmentally appropriate classes based on their personal passions and skills. They will work throughout the school year, from August until May, anywhere from 10-25 hours per week.

Minimum Qualifications:

Classroom Planning

Student Support

Learning and Development



The salary range for this position starts at $20.91/hour. Excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, vacation, sick pay, and holidays (including Jewish). This position is represented by the Union.


$25,000 - $35,000

Agency Information:

Founded in 1978 as the Berkeley-Richmond JCC, we continue to evolve to meet the community's needs. Serving over 9,000 people each year, the JCC plays an important role as a communal gathering place, celebrating people of all ages, backgrounds, and types of observance.

Over the years, the JCC has absorbed and strengthened vital programs that originated at other local JCCs, including Oakland afterschool, Camp Tzofim, the JCC Maccabi Games(r), and ArtsFest. In 2006, we became the JCC East Bay to reflect our broad geographic reach in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. The Berkeley branch, which is a historic landmark building, is home to an award-winning preschool, a vibrant afterschool program, and spaces for the entire community to come together. The JCC also offers large afterschool programs onsite at two Oakland public schools.

The JCC East Bay creates healthy communities inspired by Jewish values, culture, and tradition.