Job Roundup: Maintain Your Fitness Goals with a Career in Physical Education!

If your resolution for 2016 was to stay in shape, here are some jobs that could help!

• The YWCA of Queens is looking for a Basketball Coach to lead practice and training sessions with 10 – 14 year olds after school, and use positive behavior management to effectively support the group and its activities.

• Also in Queens, NY, Homes for the Homeless is looking for a Recreation Coordinator with experience in physical education who can implement and operate a viable recreation program.

• The Lenfest Center in Philadelphia is looking for a part-time Recreation Program Leader to create innovative out-of-school programs for K-12 students.

• If you’re interested in teaching for the 2016 – 2017 school year, Coney Island Prep is looking for a Physical Education teacher.

• Achievement Prep in Washington, DC is also looking for a Physical Education teacher.  Note: Start date is July 2016.

• If the term “kiki” is familiar to you and you’re able to vogue, the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) in New York is looking for a Vogue Instructor to help facilitate workshops on yoga,  mindfulness, lifestyle and physical health for LGBTQ youth.

• In Dobbs Ferry, NY, The Children’s Village is looking for an Aquatics Instructor to develop, organize, and implement high quality programs for youth.

• Asphalt Green is a nonprofit fitness organization in New York City, and they’re looking for a Play Coach for the 2016 – 2017 school season. In this role, you will lead recess in NYC public schools and help children resolve conflicts in positive ways.

• Foothill Hoops Youth Basketball in California is looking for a Girls’ Travel Team Head Coach to work with 5th – 8th graders. Teams practice together on Sunday afternoons in La Canada or La Crescenta, and compete in local leagues and tournaments around Southern California.

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When Caroline Contillo is not supporting Idealists as part of the Community Engagement team, she teaches mindfulness meditation at non-profits and community centers in NYC. Previously, she worked at Businessweek Online and The Interdependence Project, a secular Buddhist meditation center.
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