Community Learning Centers

The Community Learning Centers are before and after school programs serving children 5 to 12 years of age at Clinton, Hartley and Randolph elementary schools.

CLC would benefit from 1-3 interns who are interested in child development, education, or related fields and enjoy working directly with elementary age youth. 

CLC interns would assist in the following areas:

  • developing engaging learning or recreational activities for youth to participate in after-school programming;
  • preparing materials for daily lesson plans;
  • facilitating clubs on any enrichment, academic, or recreational activity of interest;
  • working one-on-one with youth who need additional supports:
  • assisting with data entry such as attendance records, club enrollment, or other forms of documentation. 

CLC interns who are willing and able to facilitate after-school clubs for a semester can be compensated for their time directly facilitating activities with youth.  

For more information, please email Mandy Suing at 


CEDARS is committed to fair and equal employment opportunities without regard for race, color, gender, religion, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, marital status, or sexual orientation. CEDARS will abide by all applicable federal, state, and local laws relating to employment practices. CEDARS is committed to supporting our mission and the clients we serve by achieving and maintaining a diverse workforce at all levels of the organization and by implementing appropriate proactive steps to achieve this standard. The goal of CEDARS recruitment process is to be open and competitive, communicate with all known constituencies and attract as many qualified candidates as possible, some of which may later be given job offers.