The most exciting thing about being an employee at Communities In Schools of Jacksonville is knowing that every day we are doing something to help students to successfully learn, to stay in school, and ultimately prepare for life. We have a diverse, energetic, and fun team of individuals working together to help students realize their potential and pursue their dreams.

Available full and part-time opportunities will be listed at the link below.

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Our Literacy division is seeking AmeriCorps Members for the 2020-2021 school year. Members will serve as reading tutors and role models in Duval county schools. The tutor will also attend team meetings, participate in community service projects, and extensive workshops consisting of on-going training. Tutors will work closely with the classroom teachers, school staff, families, and students to ensure improvement and increase in reading level for assigned students.

All Full-time members will: 

  • work 35-40 hours/week 
  • receive $15,300 annually
  • receive a $6,195 education award upon completion of the program 

All Part-time members will: 

  • work 15-20 hours/week 
  • receive $8,100 annually
  • receive a $3,097.50 education award upon completion of the program 

Candidates must successfully pass all background screenings (DCPS and DCF).

Tutors must commit to 1 year of service starting August 1st of that school year and ending July 31st of the next year. 

For more information or to apply, please contact Carolyn Lynn, Literacy Senior Director, at 904-534-2643 or clynn@cisjax.org

“I look at students as possibilities. I love working at Communities In Schools because it is so rewarding to see them reach their goals and be successful.”

— Carmelita Warren, Case Management —

“I enjoy working at Communities In Schools for the simple fact of knowing our program can help change thousands of at-risk students’ lives every single year. That’s a true blessing!”

— Vincent Robinson, After-school program —

“The satisfaction that you feel when you took a kid’s weakness with reading and made it their strongest asset is phenomenal. Communities In Schools literacy program is the greatest program in the land!”

— Corey Carson, Literacy program —