It is the mission of New Horizons Youth Ministry
to help struggling youth transform into healthy Christian adultsWho We Are:
For over 35 years, New Horizons Youth Ministry has been assisting parents with their high-potential youth who are making at-risk decisions. They provide a therapeutic Christian education in a boarding school environment—with campuses in Indiana, the Dominican Republic and Canada.The Three Foundational Pillars:
NHYM incorporates a separate home-life, education and counseling department into each of the three types of inter-related schools.Residential life:
Students live with their house team in a family-type stetting. These closely knit family units help develop students' relationship skills, foster feelings of self-worth and augment personal Christian growth.Education:
Both year-round boarding schools use a mixture of group and tutorial methods in small, stimulating classes that allow for close student supervision and individual instruction. Schools are certified by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and cover all major subject areas.Social Services:
Social Services provides weekly individual counseling and group therapy sessions, crisis counseling as needed, individual case conferences and treatment plans and regular progress reports.Getting Results for Our Families:
NHYM facilitates positive change in at-risk youth through relationships, structure, hard work and discipline.Currently we are seeking to fill two TEACHER positionsLanguage Arts Teacher
Position entails individual and small group instruction, supervising, role-modeling and relationship development in an English speaking Christian boarding school environment. School population is 30-50 students. Three to six subject classes are assigned per teacher with approximately 4-12 students per subject. Bachelor’s degree required from an accredited university for a qualified candidate. Boys Homeroom Teacher
A homeroom teacher records, monitors, and encourages student academic progress. He/she will participate in case conferences for all students in their homeroom. A homeroom teacher works as an active team member with house staff and house counselor. They will teach classes in a group setting and tutor students. He/she will motivate and encourage underachieving students to perform to their academic potential, grow spiritually, and develop positive life skills.
He/she serves as a resource for all student questions within the classroom, providing answers or directing them to someone who can provide them with an answer. Other duties include supervising students during breaks, in the classroom, in the bathroom, and in the lunchroom as needed; working with all students in an authoritative manner; managing their classroom; and monitoring behavior and evaluating students using a point system. The homeroom teacher communicates daily with house parents of students in the homeroom concerning overall behavior, attitude, and academic achievement. Bachelor’s degree required from an accredited university for a qualified candidate.
Housing and Airfare provided.To apply, fill out an application found on our websites Employment Opportunities Page.Email application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax application to: (765) 662-1407
Send via the post office:
Human Resource Department
1002 S. 350 E. Marion, IN 46953