Located in NYC, Harlem RBI is a non-profit that is cultivating the love of baseball in the city's youth.

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Were you a baseball fan growing up? Was the floor of your room often covered in baseball cards? Did you spend more time oiling your glove than actually playing with it? Did your Mom make you throw away your favorite team’s cap because you absolutely wore it out? It’s amazing how your love of a sport can define your childhood. Harlem RBI is a non-profit organization that is cultivating that love of sport in New York City’s youths. Through the power of teams, the kids that participate in Harlem RBI’s programs are given the opportunity to play, learn, and grow – hopefully into graduates who are physically fit, confident, caring, and work-ready or headed for college.

Harlem RBI is an organization that has big dreams, but is also showing results. Since 2004, 96% of Harlem RBI Seniors graduated from high school and 93% were accepted to college, while 100% of Harlem RBI youth have avoided teen parenthood. Harlem RBI has also earned a 4-star rating on charity navigator. By putting kids on teams (usually a teams link directs you to an organization’s staff, but Harlem RBI actually has over 3 dozen baseball and softball teams as a part of their mission) and combining the baseball aspect with after-school programs, Harlem RBI is maximizing the potential of its participants through consistently high involvement in their lives.

Harlem RBI is offering a nice mix of full and part time positions that might appeal to entry-level baseball lovers. The best fit for most new grads who are looking for a job might be the Grant Writing Associate position, since it is the most similar to other entry-level jobs that you might be considering; however, you may also want to take a look at the Senior Program Coordinator job, which is not exactly entry-level, but could be an excellent fit for a recent college graduate with extremely strong volunteer experience. Harlem RBI is also offering a number of part-time positions that have varying levels of time commitment. They might be a nice paid alternative to volunteer work (since getting by in New York City isn’t easy), or they might be a fun second job. We especially think (and we could be wrong) that these part-time jobs would mesh well with a teaching fellowship position. Harlem RBI currently has part-time openings as a Baseball Coordinator, After School Program Teacher, or After School Program Assistant.

Think about how much baseball meant to you as a kid. Why not find a job that allows you to share your passion with inner-city kids.

Note: On April 27th we revisited entry-level jobs at Harlem RBI.

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