The average pay for a Youth Worker is $52,626 a year and $25 an hour in Arizona, United States.
The average salary range for a Youth Worker is between $38,333 and $64,513.
On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for a Youth Worker.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arizona, United States.
Average Salary Chart
Organizes and directs educational projects and activities of 4-h club: recruits and trains volunteer leaders to plan and guide 4-h club program to meet needs and interests of individuals and community.
Directs selection of educational projects, such as sewing, woodworking, photography, and livestock raising.
Procures, develops, distributes, and presents teaching materials, such as visual aids and literature for educational projects.
Arranges for 4-h clubs to exhibit or participate in events, such as county and state fairs and state 4-h club events.
Develops and maintains recognition and incentive program for members and leaders of 4-h clubs.
May specialize in directing 4-h club activities for girls and be designated youth agent.
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Youth Worker Job Listings for Arizona, United States
Bilingual (SPANISH AND ENGLISH) YOUTH CARE WORKER
Tucson, AZ, USA
Southwest Key Programs Inc.
The Seasonal Youth Care Worker (YCW) is responsible for providing direct care supervision for youth residing in Southwest Key Programs (SWK) care fostering an environment that facilitates learning ...
The Family Support Worker directly assists the family by providing support services to aid in the completion of non-therapeutic objectives listed in the family's Service Plan (e.g. resource referral ...
Establish open lines of communication between management, staff and youth. * Offer assistance to ... Have a minimum of one year's experience working with children * Have at the minimum a high school ...