SAPRC is looking for outstanding role models to work with children ages 5-14. Join us for a fun-filled summer and school year where you will lead awesome activities while making a difference in a child's life!
Why work for SPARC?
Fun & Rewarding Experience | Flexibility with your school schedule | Make a difference in a child's life!
Motivate and encourage student to improve their academic performance using effective goal-setting strategies. Creates a suitable environment for learning through knowledge of the basics and fundamentals of math and reading core concepts.
Work with children who have behavioral, developmental, or physical disabilities to assist them with successfully participating in all activities of the program.
Provide excellent customer assistance, complete data entry, answer phone calls, file office paper work, handle money transactions, take office supply inventory, make copies.
Program Assistant / Recreation Leader (Before & After School)
Ensure children’s safety, have fun, manage children’s behavior, and act as a role model and mentor while leading crafts, games, & other activities.
Site Director (Before & After School)
Assist Director with supervising staff and day-to-day operations to ensure children’s safety and program success at state licensed before & after school childcare programs.
Youth Sports Referee
Saturday’s during Spring, Fall, and Winter. Recreational Basketball, Volleyball, & Soccer Leagues.
Counselor in Training Program
The Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program is a wonderful opportunity where teens ages 13-15 will assist with the daily operation of our summer camp programs. Successful participation as a CIT in the summer SPARC program can be used as work experience, a professional reference, and lead toward future employment. Application deadline occurs each year in early March.