CLASP | Claremont After-School Programs, Inc.

Welcome to CLASP!

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CLASP: Claremont After-School Programs
Mission: To help elementary-school children enhance their academic, organizational and social skills by providing high-quality after-school programs in Claremont Unified School District neighborhoods.

In its five neighborhood programs, CLASP provides safe, fun, friendly, and supportive settings for academically at-risk children from all of Claremont’s elementary schools, so that they may gain the academic guidance and personal mentoring they need to be successful in school and in life.
CLASP announces an opening for Program Director.
CLASP is looking for a dynamic and experienced leader to serve as Program Director. This is a part-time position that requires candidates to have leadership and supervisory experience and have demonstrated exceptional communication, organization and management skills.

To apply, please submit by July 17, 2015 a cover letter stating why you desire the position and how you are qualified to lead CLASP, and your resume, to: .

For the complete job description, please click
Director Job Description.
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The programs offer homework help and tutoring, recreational activities, healthy snacks, field trips, family meetings, and celebrations. For children at four centers, transportation is also provided from school to center to home.

CLASP is a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization that collaborates with the City of Claremont and Claremont Unified School District, as well as local businesses, nonprofits, and regional foundations. Local individual donors contribute 45% of CLASP’s budget.

We appreciate your interest in CLASP.
First day of CLASP for 2015 - 2016 is September 14, 2015.