MILWAUKEE (AP) - Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee is looking to fill nearly 150 full- and part-time positions.
The group is looking for applicants to help with after-school academic programs, fitness programs and general supervision.
Candidates should have experience working with kids, and preferably have qualifications related to early-childhood education.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee offers after-school and summer programming for children between the ages 5-18. The group focuses on kids from poorer backgrounds. Membership costs $5 per year per child.
The Clubs operates 31 school sites and also runs Camp Whitcomb/Mason in Hartland.
Interested applicants can find a list of positions and an online application at https://boysgirlsclubscareers.silkroad.com .
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