Job Duration: 1-2 Years

Minimum Education: H.S. Diploma/Equivalent

Minimum Experience: None

Job Description

Atlanta Youth Academy is seeking a nurturing and passionate addition to our After School Program (ASP) team. Under the direction of the After School Program Coordinator, the Aide is responsible for helping out with activities, games, crafts, and homework for participants in the program.  The ASP Aide must provide the participants with leadership and be a positive role model to them. The Aide is responsible for planning, organizing and leading daily activities.

Atlanta Youth Academy (AYA) is a 24-year-old Christian preparatory school for inner-city youth in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade who are willing to work hard and whose academic efforts are well-supported at home. Through an investment-partnership model between donors and our tuition-paying parents, AYA exposes students who otherwise might not have access to such opportunity to life-changing experiences, launching them to a brighter future in high school, college and beyond.

Job Duties:

Coordinates orderly transition of students from their classrooms to the After School Program (ASP)

Ensures the safety and security of students and school property during ASP

Provides a warm and caring atmosphere and maintains open communication with students

Provides homework support

Leads and engages students in daily activities such as snack time, crafts, playground, and other creative activities as assigned.

Handles conflicts and discipline according to Atlanta Youth Academy handbook.

Greets parents each afternoon and provides positive feedback.

Assists in cleaning activity areas

Other job duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Please send your resume with cover letter and two references to:

By email to with the subject: “Job Opening – After School”


Atlanta Youth Academy

Business Office

2120 Forrest Park Road

Atlanta, GA 30315

The Atlanta Youth Academy exists to advance the kingdom of God by offering an excellent Christ-centered education to low-income, urban communities.