Habilitative Supports Provider

Opportunity to teach functional skills to children with developmental disabilities in home and community settings. Join a great team for a fun work experience. Training and continual support is provided. We work closely with our families and employees to provide the most effective and individualized therapy.

Skills and Qualifications
Must be at least 18, have a reliable car, auto insurance, and be able to pass a background check. Experience preferred but not required. Receive a review/raise annually. Earn up to $10.00 per hour after the first year. Weekday hours available. Closed Saturdays and Sundays during the summer.

  • Opens: 05/01/2017
  • Closes: 12/31/2017
  • Rate of Pay: 9
  • Hours/Days: 8:30-5:30 M-F
  • Type of position: Summer
  • How to apply: Online or in person.
  • Employer Name: Advocates for Inclusion
  • Employer Phone: 4677524
  • Employer Mailing Address: 958 W Corporate Ln Nampa ID 83651
  • Employer Contact: Jason Sandidge
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Back-to-School TUTORS Needed in Nampa - $25/hour

Part-time *BACK-TO-SCHOOL TUTORS* needed for all subjects and age-levels in (and around) the NAMPA area – multiple tutoring locations available near campus, so no long commutes will ever be required. Currently our company has an immediate need for tutors who are able to work right away during the Fall / Winter months of 2017, and even beyond. We need tutors NOW as the amount of "Tutoring Requests" we've been receiving from parents/students has increased substantially in the last few weeks. This increase is due to students requiring more homework support and all-around academic tutoring as their 2017-2018 classes move into full swing... As a tutor you will be able to pick and choose which local students that you'd like to work with. Additionally tutors get to set their own hours, and their own weekly tutoring schedules. We are looking to hire a variety of local tutors who can work part-time roughly 2-10 hours per week. All tutoring is conducted one-on-one at a neutral location such as a library, on campus, or a nearby coffee shop. Coffee shops seem to be the most popular tutoring locations for both students and tutors alike.

Skills and Qualifications
Because of our immediate demand for tutors at this time, prior tutoring experience is NOT required to be a busy and successful tutor. Even “rookie tutors” will have full tutoring schedules. As stated previously, tutors must be able to meet their students (tutees) at a local place in common (library, coffee shop, campus, etc) where the tutoring takes place. NO long commutes are ever required and if the tutoring location is close, possessing a car is not necessary.

  • Opens: 09/27/2017
  • Closes: 12/27/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $25+/hour
  • Hours/Days: Varies by tutor's availability: usually 2-10+ hours/week
  • Type of position: Summer
  • How to apply: If you are interested in tutoring right away during the 2017-2018 academic school year (and even beyond), please send an email inquiry to: NOTE – you might want to also email us from your “” email address (i.e. your gmail, yahoo, etc. email account), as we are an OFF-CAMPUS employer. Thanks.
  • Employer Name: The Find a Tutor Network
  • Employer Phone: 800-413-3475
  • Employer Mailing Address: Various location, Nampa / Meridian / Caldwell
  • Employer Contact: Ryan Howard
  • Email Address:
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Camp Staff and Leadership

Camp Staff and Leadership - YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir At the Y, we believe children discover themselves through interactions with others and having the freedom to explore. YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir immerses children in a community where making friends is natural, exploring new interests is encouraged, and discovering inner strength is guaranteed. YMCA Camp teaches self-reliance, instills a love for nature and the outdoors, and builds character and leadership—all amidst the fun of camp fires, canoeing, archery, friends, zip-lining, paddleboarding, mentorships, ropes course, and so much more. YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir is positively the best way to change a child’s life. We are currently interviewing for the following positions for our Summer 2018 Season: • Youth Camp Counselors • Adventure Camp Counselors • Camp Photographer • Camp Store and Office Admin • Health Center Lead • Camp Unit Leads • Housekeeping • Cooks

Skills and Qualifications
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old for Counselor, Kitchen, and Housekeeping positions, and 21 years old for all lead positions. Experience in camping and outdoor recreation is preferred. Must have the knowledge and skill in working with youth and teens in a positive leadership role and be able to provide guidance and instruction. Must be able to keep an inventory of equipment and upkeep of equipment. Must be able to assist with the management of campers and keep up with the assignment of camp activities. Additional Requirements: This is a seasonal position from June 5th – August 10th. Camp schedules will be Sunday - Friday. Some full weekend shifts maybe required. All camp staff receives a 24-hour time off period every 7 days. Must be able to live at YMCA camp facilities in Cascade, Idaho during program delivery times. Job requires ability to walk, stand, sit (including on the floor), bend, lean, and kneel in a variety of indoor and outdoor locations. Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs. Must have ability to lead and participate in physically strenuous activities in a high altitude outdoor wilderness environment.

  • Opens: 11/21/2017
  • Closes: 06/02/2018
  • Rate of Pay: 300-372 per week
  • Hours/Days: Sunday-Friday
  • Type of position: Summer
  • How to apply: Please visit for more details on each information and apply, or send inquiries to
  • Employer Name: Treasure Valley YMCA
  • Employer Phone: 2083445502
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Allison Miles
  • Email Address:
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PAID Summer Job/Internship Leading Mission Trips

GENERAL INFORMATION YouthWorks is a multi-denominational Christian, nonprofit organization that exists to connect teenagers to God, each other and communities through life-changing, Christ-centered mission trips. As 25,000 people take part in service this summer at over 60 communities, we need college and post-college-age staff to be on the front lines leading this ministry on each of our sites. In the midst of managing around 65 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their leadership skills and deepen their faith. All of our ministry positions are paid. For more information, see our website: JOB DESCRIPTIONS YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities on site, each unique position emphasizes different areas of leadership. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach every aspect of home painting prior to being hired. The main thing we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day, and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable, and willing to grow in all areas. The specific position descriptions are as follows: MINISTRY SUPPORT COORDINATOR Promote an environment on site where youth connect their service to Jesus as you interact with them daily. Love and encourage students in their experience and faith journey. Support daily work projects, children’s programming, or service sites. Plan and facilitate a large group gathering each evening that includes worship, sharing, processing and interaction with provided theme materials. Lead evening activities that connect youth with the community in which they are serving. KIDS CLUB COORDINATOR Enable participants to participate in ministry while they experience the joy of loving kids ages 5-10. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as youth have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. COMMUNITY SERVICE COORDINATOR Lead ministry by getting to know the various needs of a community and then discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. SPORTS CAMP COORDINATOR Lead ministry as you reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics. WORK PROJECTS COORDINATOR Help youth engage in ministry by building relationships with community members through work projects (painting, gardening, and minor home repair projects). Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts and home owners. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. UTILITY SUPPORT COORDINATOR Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a “jack of all trades” and serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see participants’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. Utility Staff may move from team to team throughout the summer in a support role, but at any point during the spring or summer, Utility Support Coordinators may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position.

Skills and Qualifications
Qualifications: Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff should value youth and be passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.

  • Opens: 11/28/2017
  • Closes: 12/28/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $2,750 + food/gas/housing
  • Hours/Days: 60+/week
  • Type of position: Summer
  • How to apply: Dates of Employment The dates for full-summer employment are May 21-August 8, 2018. For more information or to apply, please visit our website
  • Employer Name: YouthWorks
  • Employer Phone: 8772499904
  • Employer Mailing Address: 5320 W 23rd St, Ste 130 Minneapolis, MN 55409
  • Employer Contact: Kelly Strelau
  • Email Address:
  • Website: