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,
You can send me an email or call any time: Mark@Bloomfield-Garfield.org
My cell: 412-298-3432. More at CLOH.org.
Seeking young men and women who want to swim every day this summer. We also run and exercise. We compete in the Liberty Mile on Friday evening, July 31. 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 meet various times with sessions in mornings, afternoons and evenings. (some flexibility) We gather at PPS Langley, PPS Brashear, Citiparks Sheridan pool, Citiparks Sue Murray on Northside, Citiparks West Penn (Polish Hill), Citiparks Ream (Mt. Washington).
For technology, our efforts with DIGITAL BADGES is going to rock the city. We are getting 7-inch Android tablets to use with our camper kids and community. Our staff makes wiki pages, trades lesson plans with email, and does multi media coverng exercises, swim videos, yoga and more.
Our Tech Literacy fun is going to be HIGH — and we’ll be learning that on the job too.
The best and brightest, those that want to be successful engineers, doctors and writers – and those that want to go far in life – do so with a sports background. Learn about your environment by stretching your limits with athletics. Physiology, biomechanics, psychology and education lessons are woven into everything we do. Understand physics by mastering a dive and underwater streamline. Learn teamwork and cooperation by scoring a goal on a counter attack in water polo.
Get to deal with, on a moment to moment basis, with the two most precious assets of Pittsburgh – without a doubt. We are working with our children. And, we are working on ourselves. Our city kids need your leadership, your spirit, your attitude that dives in and provides safety yet confidence.
Our team is working to change the city for the better. Help us. These recreational and coaching opportunities are going to make drastic improvements long-term, thanks to the work we do in the weeks to come. We are the pathfinders. The pressure is on us. We teach how to play well with others – and prove it all summer.
If you are responsible, with vigor and zest, and know how to raise your voice at the right times to cheer on a mate, sign up. You can build your career with education, health sciences, sports, recreation, life-long fitness and technology with us. Or, become a leading professional in those other fields later, after getting personal strength with us in 2015. Swim & Water Polo has been a proving ground for working the next summer in the White House as an intern in Michelle Obama’s office. Trust me: Our kids go places, and I will help you beyond this summer’s camp.
Hope you want to play hard. Make contributions. Be treated fairly. And inspire the youngsters.
Prime Time, Noon to 4 pm, M-F with Summer Dreamers Swim & Water Polo!
PPS sites for Swim & Water Polo is at Brashear HS & Langley K-8 (plus Faison/Homewood in east). First day of classes is Monday, June 29. Last day is Wednesday, August 5. We supervise about 200 students, grades 2 to 7. We coach the kids from noon to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.
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Open invites, no cost, casual, swim lesson and rookie water polo play:
Mondays & Wednesdays, 6 to 7:30 pm, Lower Northside’s Citiparks Sue Murray Pool, 301 Cedar Avenue, Pgh. 15212. (412) 323-7914
Morning practices at West Penn (Mondays and Wednesdays), Sheridan (Tuesdays & Thursdays), Homewood (Tuesdays & Fridays).
Check out our 30+ DIGITAL BADGES at CLOH.org.
Thanks for the consideration:
Mark Rauterkus Mark@Rauterkus.com
PPS Summer Dreamers’ Swim and Water Polo Camp Head Coach
Varsity Boys Swim Coach, Pittsburgh Obama Academy
Recent Head Water Polo Coach, Carnegie Mellon University Women’s Club Team
Pittsburgh Combined Water Polo Team
FAQ & A (Frequently Asked Questions & Answers)
What about a possible worker who is not a strong swimmer?
- Be okay with getting wet. If not, then help with Mindful Eating as that class doesn’t go swimming.
- Be okay with short nails for the summer. Long nails don’t work in water polo with scratches. If you can’t give up the glamor nails, then help with the Mindful Eating class as they are not a problem in yoga.
- We need people who are able to read, especially read their email.
How many Learn & Earn workers are going to help with Mindful Eating, the non-swimming workers?
What about non-athletes?
Lifelong skill opportunity?
What about more work when this ends?
The youth in the Learn & Earn Job Program could migrate to other jobs as soon as August. Working with the BGC Swim & Water Polo can put them into a great position to be employed with a different job with many additional hours and at a higher rate for next summer.
Some can choose to do year-round activities at their school by being a part of the water polo teams and swim teams. Or, they can be join other sports teams too and benefit from the conditioning and strength we’ll we working on this summer.
Some can move to get year-round jobs at the swim pool with our expanding aquatics programs that could and should continue in a year-round calendar. Plus, some can get hired to be a lifeguard elsewhere.
How many Learn & Earn workers are placed with the BGC Swim & Water Polo?
Where? What neighborhoods around town host these aquatic events?
Can work happen out of the sun?