Part-time, Temporary, or Summer Positions

Summer Program Staff Needed - St Joe's Catholic School - Moorhead

St. Joseph’s Catholic School is now accepting applications to fill our Summer Program Staff positions. If you, or someone you know, is interested in applying please fill out the application found here! and return it to the school office.

What: Summer Program work opportunity

Where: St. Joseph’s Catholic School – Moorhead, MN

When: Tuesday, May 28 – August 16th

Hours discussed with other program staff.

Themed weeks, field trips, indoor/outdoor play, great atmosphere!


Mrs. Laurie Johnson, Principal ( or Jennifer Grieve, School Secretary ( for more information.

St. Joseph’s School
1005 2nd Ave S
Moorhead, MN 56560

Phone  218.233.0553

Summer 4-H Intern

Intern with Clay County 4-H full time this summer. We deliver day camp programs and county fair showcases. Increase your skills in youth development programming: leading lessons, working with volunteers, and related office work. 

10 weeks Summer 2024, 32-40 hours per week

We will continue to review new applications until all positions are filled.

For details and application: see UMN extension HR at

BIO Girls/ AmeriCorps Youth and Teen Service

BIO Girls is a non-profit organization that offers preventative programming to improve the self-esteem and mental health of adolescent girls through empowerment of the self, relationship building, and service to others.

BIO Girls is working in collaboration with AmeriCorps Strengthen ND to provide these service-focused positions. AmeriCorps will grant these members a stipend and education award.

We are seeking two collaborative, enthusiastic, skilled communicators to join the BIO Girls / AmeriCorps team. These individuals will be responsible for facilitating youth and teen programming.

Candidates should have or be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in HDFS, psychology, social work, sociology, education, or other related field and have some experience working with youth and teens, mental health training, and/or an advanced degree. The ideal candidates should be passionate about improving self-confidence, mental wellness, and body esteem in youth and teens as well as be able to communicate and relate to girls in 2nd through 11th grades.

Other skills required include:

  • Effective time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent oral communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others, including diverse audiences
  • Ability to lead a group to a common goal
  • Adaptability and flexibility when dealing with challenges and barriers
  • Ability to deal with conflict
  • Ability to work flexible hours including daytime and evening

The successful candidates will report to the Director of Programming and Research at BIO Girls and will work 300 hours. Specific tasks include:

  • Attending training sessions in January 2024
  • Facilitating 2-3 BIO Teens (grades 6-11) programs per week in January-June, September-October 2024
    • Teach weekly lessons and lead discussion on topics such as confidence, body image, and mental wellness
    • Communicate with families and schools
    • Programs are 1-2 hours long and take place during after school hours and in the evening
  • Facilitating BIO Girls (grades 2-6) summer camp programming in June-August 2024
    • Teach daily lessons, lead small group discussion and activities, and coordinate art projects and physical activities on topics relating to life skills and self-esteem (e.g., gratitude, kindness, body image, friendships, etc.)
    • Communicate with families
    • Programs are 3 hours long and take place during the morning and afternoon

Interested applicants, please contact Beth Salafia at

YMCA: Volunteer - Various Roles - Fargo, ND - YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties Jobs - ApplicantPro

The YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties is a not-for-profit community service organization dedicated to enhancing the spirit, mind, and body of all persons through quality leadership, programs, services, and facilities. We greatly appreciate dedicated individuals who are willing to share their time and talents through volunteering!

The YMCA's:

  • Cause: Strengthening Community
  • 3 Pillars: Youth Development, Healthy Living, Social Responsibility
  • Core Values: Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, Health
  • Voice Attributes: Nurturing, Genuine, Hopeful, Determined, Welcoming

Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  1. Positive, effective, and calm communication while tailoring the communication style to the appropriate audience
  2. The ability to work effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions
  3. Self-Motivated

Throughout your time volunteering with the YMCA, you will have the opportunity to volunteer in multiple roles if desired.

You can view the detailed volunteer handbook here. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Legacy Children’s Foundation – Academic Coaches

As a leader on our team, you are in charge of developing relationships, academic advancement, and the application of results-driven methods of learning with LCF adolescents during after-school programming. Primarily, this will take place from 3:45 to 6:00 pm, Monday through Thursday, or as required. $20 per hour is the wage. See Academic Coaches flyer for more information, and email to apply.

SENDCAA Head Start, Fargo –Multiple positions

If interested, contact Sarah Mattson, Program Director, at or 701-235-8931, for application details.

YMCA Childcare - After School Leader - Fargo, ND

The YMCA is hiring After School Leaders to work in one of our 25+ School Age Learning Centers! Our After School child care programs serve children Kindergarten - Fifth Grade. Work at a main YMCA location (Fercho YMCA or Schlossman YMCA) or directly in an elementary school. We operate after school programs out of the Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead, Horace, and Harwood elementary schools.

Childcare Leader:

We have shifts available Monday-Friday between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Our schedules are flexible - we will work around school schedules, other jobs, etc. to get you the hours you want! Want to work with younger kids? We also have hours available in our Early Learning Centers (working with children ages infant - age 5) between 6:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. You will be able to indicate the age you'd like to work with on your application.

As a Childcare Leader, you will:

  • Guide the children through their daily after school routine: Welcome/Check-In, Snack Time, Homework Help, Physical Activity (Gym/Outside), Indoor Play, etc.
  • Lead the children in a variety of activities, such as arts and crafts, science experiments, gym games, etc.
  • Provide a healthy, emotional, social, intellectual, and physical environment that promotes active learning for each child in the program.
  • Engage in positive staff-child and staff-parent interactions at all times. Maintain clear communication with the Site Coordinator, Site Supervisor, and/or Site Director.
  • Be a professional role model for the children by presenting yourself in a confident, dignified manner.

Childcare Leader Pay & Benefits:

Work 5 days a week and earn an extra .50 cents per hour! Must be able to start no later than 2:30 p.m. to earn the extra .50 cents an hour.

The Y is the nation's leading nonprofit organization and is committed to strengthening communities through Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. Do work that matters! The Y offers more than just a job - we offer you a career with a future and the chance to make a lasting difference in your community.

We invite you to join us in this amazing work to develop your skills, to realize your leadership potential and to discover a career that is more than just a job.

The YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties conducts a pre-employment background check on all employees. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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