University of Idaho
Blaine Co. Extension 4-H Juntos College/Career
Off Campus Location - Blaine Co. Extension
Col of Agricultural & Life
$16.57 per hour or higher depending on education
The coordinator will be trained in the Juntos Program including
core components of Juntos 4-H which include family engagement, 4-H
clubs, on-on-one success coaching and mentoring, and summer
programming. Coordinator will work with identified middle schools
and community partners to promote family involvement and focus on
academic success, career exploration and college readiness
activities of youth participants. This project will provide the
culturally responsive, high quality community-based Juntos Program
with year-round success coaching to a cohort of Latinx students
starting in 8th grade. Coaching will include family engagement and
support, and will assist youth in achieving academic success with
an emphasis on going on to post-secondary education. During the
summer, Juntos 4-H participants will engage in
academically-focused, experiential learning, as well as workplace
and campus visit experiences. An emphasis will be placed on
building relationships between middle-school students and high
school/undergraduate student mentors, academic advisors, career
counselors, and business and community leaders. Major
responsibilities include recruitment of students, organizing and
implementing the academic year program, implementing in-school,
bi-weekly 4-H clubs, academic year success coaching and completion
of related documentation, and maintaining contact with students and
families throughout the academic year with bilingual family
engagement workshops and events.
• Bi-lingual experience in Spanish (ability to read, write and
• Experience working effectively as a team member using
interpersonal and written communication skills with tact and
diplomacy by presenting educational content in large groups and
• Experience with self-direction and follow-through in developing,
organizing, planning and implementing programs/activities and
maintaining attention to detail, as well as confidentiality of
work-related information and materials.
• Bachelor’s degree.
• College coursework in child/youth development and/or equivalent
• Experience with 4-H youth development. working with a non-profit
advisory board, recruiting and working with volunteers.
• Knowledge of I-Pads/computers and educational software;
effectively using computers as a teaching strategy.
• Effective verbal communication skills.
• Experience in educational outreach and access, student aid
including FAFSA, scholarships, and loan information.
• Possess familiarity with and/or interest in community
• Academic success strategies (study skills, time management,
note/test taking, etc.).
• Knowledge of barriers to post-secondary education.
• Experience working with limited income/first generation college
• Bi-cultural experience (relating to more than one distinct
culture) with demonstrated experience working with individuals from
varying cultural and/or socio-economic backgrounds (specifically
Latinx student and families).
• From or familiar with the Magic Valley region, specifically
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Open Until Filled:
In addition to the online application and resume, individuals
should submit a letter of qualification.
IMPORTANT: To be considered, your “Letter of Qualification” must
address EACH of the required qualifications, including pertinent
education and/or experience. In addition, to improve your ranking
during the evaluation process, address as many of the Preferred
Qualifications as possible. Information on a resume will not be
accepted as a substitute for submitting a Letter of
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative