Career Corner - ChAMP
Children Achieving Maximum Potential, Inc.
Psychology majors, Biology/Pre-Med majors, Education/Special Education majors, Social Work/Counseling majors, Para-professionals and others ... Are you looking for meaningful work that's directly related to your field of study? Would you enjoy improving the lives of individuals with special needs and autism? Would you like to be part of a team that is helping children and adolescents achieve their maximum potential?
Children Achieving Maximum Potential, Inc. is a Maryland Autism Waiver provider. We provide State funded services to families who have children with autism throughout the State of Maryland, across 8 different counties.
ChAMP is hiring special needs instructors to work with adolescents and young adults in their homes and communities. Our Special Needs Instructors provide individuals with autism and related disorders comprehensive science-based treatments through intensive individualized instruction. Our goal is for individuals with autism and related disorders to learn to communicate effectively, become increasingly independent, interact appropriately with others in the community and their home, enjoy their learning experiences, and to be treated with respect, courtesy and dignity.
We offer paid positions and internship opportunities for academic credit! Please visit us at the Career Corner to learn more!
We offer flexible hours and schedules, training and ongoing feedback, and a supportive environment for advancement.
This is a part-time position with primarily afternoon, evening and weekend hours. You must be able to pass a fingerprint-supported background check.
Feel free to visit our website at www.childrenachieving.com to learn more about us!
Come to the Career Corner to have your career questions answered! Stop by when you can, someone will be available between 10am and 2pm.
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