BGC Job Placement Option: Swim & Water Polo with Coach Mark
If you love to swim, love to run, love to exercise. And, if you love to work with kids and play sports yourself, ….
Or, if you love TECHNOLOGY….
Then you should talk with Coach Mark Rauterkus about a BGC job placement with efforts in Swim & Water Polo Camps and with PPS Summer Dreamers.
A limited number of spots are available to young men and women who want to swim every day this summer. We also run and exercise. If you can’t swim well, yet, we will work on that and improve this summer. We might be able to get you a lifeguard job by the end of summer (if you are old enough). Or, get you set up so you can be a guard in NEXT summer.
We are also going to play water polo. Both boys and girls too. We hope to get most of you to also join our fall water polo team that is going to be with students from high school and middle school from Obama, Sci-Tech, U-Prep, Westinghouse, and others. That is called Pittsburgh Combined.
The technology efforts with DIGITAL BADGES is going to rock the city. We are getting dozens of 7-inch Android tablets to use with our camper kids. Our staff is going to make wiki pages, be trading lesson plans with email, and doing multi media efforts too with exercises, swim videos, yoga and more. Our Tech Literacy fun is going to be demanding and good for the motivated learner and self directed who can communicate well. We’ll be learning that on the job too.
We can talk more about duties, placements, times, skills and building your career with education, health sciences, sports, recreation, life-long fitness and technology at 9 am on Tuesday morning at the ENEC offices on Penn Ave. Come casual.
5321 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 (412) 362-8580
Feel free to email a reply directly to coach.
There are no promises or offers yet — just a chance to think about what you might like to do this summer and an invite to meet on Tuesday morning, 9 am, Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center,
Mark Rauterkus Mark@Bloomfield-Garfield.org 412-298-3432 http://CLOH.org