So I’m about to show you a job posting. We are working on getting an Earn-a-Bike program started in the Osborn Neighborhood in collaboration with the Detroit Eastside Community Collaborative as well as the Rails-to-Trails Conservatory and other groups.
If you are interested, just email me (email@example.com) a resume and cover letter explaining why you would be perfect for this job. You can also drop off or mail a printed cover letter and resume to:
The Hub of Detroit
c/o Jason X
3611 Cass Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201
The Hub will be hiring and training folks for this job, but it isn’t our program, just one we are helping with.
Again, this position is NOT a job at the Hub. It is a program that will take place in the Osborn Neighborhood near Outer Drive and Connor.
We highly encourage folks of all different types to apply for the job. Get a resume in by July 13th for consideration!
Two Earn-a-bike Instructor/Coordinator positions
We need to two part-time instructors for a 5-week youth earn-a-bike program based in Detroit’s
Osborn neighborhood. Instructors will receive training on how to run the program from the Hub of Detroit.
This job includes but is not limited to:
• Preparing a work area for the youth to build bicycles
• Work with the Hub of Detroit to order parts and tools as needed
• Maintain this area throughout the program
• Work with students to create Earn a bike T-shirts
• Receive earn a bike training from the Hub of Detroit
• Teach youth on how to repair and maintain bicycles
• Teach youth on safe riding principles
• Lead youth with various community service projects
• Lead youth on group rides
• Work with DECC, the Rails-to-Trail Conservancy, IMPACT, and The Hub of Detroit to document this program through photos and interviews.
Bike repair experience is helpful, but not necessary; training is provided. This is a great opportunity to be a mentor to youth and help them with hands-on learning while you learn more about bike repair yourself
Applicants must undergo a background check through the Michigan State Police.
The program is for 5 weeks, Mondays through Fridays, during the mornings along with one Saturday.
20 hours per week x 5 weeks = 100 hours