Join our team to help students excel in Math!
The José Valdés Math Institute Curriculum is aligned to California Common Core Standards for Mathematics.


We are glad that you are interested in working with us to help students to improve their math skills!

Submit your application here to be considered for Summer 2023.

If you have questions or would like more information about this position, then please contact our Program Director, Mr. Bob Turner, at


We admire your interest in working with us to pass on your math skills to younger students. 

Submit your application here to be considered for Summer 2023.

NOTE:  All Teacher Assistants must have completed their 10th-grade year and must be 16 years of age by the Valdés Math Program start date (June 12, 2023).

If you have questions or would like more information, then please contact our Program Director, Mr. Bob Turner, at


Organizational Description

The José Valdés Math Foundation provides six weeks of math instruction to elementary, middle-school and high-school students.  The program operates from the middle of June through the end of July.  The program provides these services to approximately 600 students each summer.  The organization is seeking a skilled individual to assist in the coordination of student recruitment/enrollment efforts, as well as to provide information and communications to keep families informed of programs offered by the Valdés Math program. 

Job Description

Under supervision, the Outreach Coordinator performs or assists in the performance of collaboration with partnering school districts to facilitate the enrollment and participation levels of students, both before and during summer math program.  Other duties are to assist in coordinating volunteers to support the Valdés Math program. 

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is working at a professional level whereas the selected individual will be collaborating with similar level personnel from other agencies.  This level is characterized by duties which primarily require the skills and abilities to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.  The geographic area served by Valdés Math has a significant representation of Spanish-speaking residents, and it will be required that the person selected for the position is bilingual in English and Spanish. 

Essential Job Functions

      Assists in the administration of the recruitment process of students/families;

      Prepares advertisements and other recruitment materials;

      Facilitates and assists student/families in the enrollment and registration process;

      Represents Valdés Math at school-related events, fairs, and other public events;

      Assists in performing outreach to encourage continued participation among underrepresented groups;

      Prepares and implements recruitment activities via social-media platforms;

      Prepares and presents factual and statistical data and makes recommendations in written, graphic, and oral form;

      Prepares reports, correspondence, and a variety of written materials;

      Maintains accurate records, files, and databases;

      Interprets and implements applicable rules, regulations, and procedures. 

Minimum Qualifications 

Employment Standards

Sufficient education and experience to demonstrate possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years of experience in a similar role (i.e., job/employment recruiter, admissions coordinator, etc.). 

Development of the required skills, knowledge, and abilities is typically obtained through a combination of training and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a four-year degree. 

Supplemental Information 

Knowledge of:

      Competency in managing and administering communications via social media platforms;

      Standard office practices and procedures, including automated word/data-processing systems;

      Filing and record-keeping principles and procedures;

      Work processes necessary to obtain desired results in the assigned program of work;

      Methods and techniques of administrative research, analytical principles and techniques, report preparation, and presentation. 

Ability to:

         Follow oral and written directions;

         Use initiative and judgment within established guidelines;

         Maintain accurate records, files, and databases;

         Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work;

         Meet deadlines;

         Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, in both English and Spanish;

         Take initiative, reason logically, and be creative in developing and introducing new ideas;

         Gather, analyze, and present data;

         Prepare reports and supporting recommendations;

         Operate a computer and perform standard word-processing, spreadsheet, database, and other applications. 

If you are interested in this position, then please contact:

Mr. Robert Escobar, Executive Director