CHRIS 180 Migrant Wellness Program provides 24-hour care for unaccompanied children under the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) who are placed in residential care as they prepare for sponsorship. The program provides stabilization, behavioral support, comprehensive case management, educational services, daily living skills acquisition, recreational and therapeutic activities, and coordination of care. The Migrant Wellness Program provides a family-involved, trauma-informed, and strengths-based approach to care within residential communities throughout the Atlanta area.
The Teacher is primarily responsible for educational instruction in the classroom of planning, organizing, and implementing the instructional program in a preschool, elementary, or secondary learning environment for youth who recently migrated to the United States and are primarily native Spanish speakers. The Teacher will create well-rounded lesson plans and comprehensive instructional programs for youth of varied educational backgrounds. He/she must demonstrate proficiency in classroom management and will instruct students in core subjects including Science, Social Studies, Math, Reading, Writing, Physical Education, and TESOL standards required for a comprehensive