Youth Program Coordinator $22/hr
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
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The Center for Hope and Healing, Inc. (CHH) is a non-profit antiracist, multicultural organization whose mission is grounded in social justice in order to end sexual violence. We are dedicated to the healing and empowerment of survivors of sexual violence through counseling, trauma-informed advocacy, and to the prevention of sexual violence through community education and mobilization.
We currently seek a Full-Time Youth Programs Coordinator.
- Work with CHH prevention team to develop and run youth programs
- Build intentional relationships with youth to create an inclusive brave space to educate and reduce sexual violence
- Develop curriculum to inspire underserved populations and encourage their leadership
- Create and develop opportunities for youth leadership in the Greater Lowell community
Salary range: $45-50,000 (based on experience)
- Conduct outreach to recruit youth for CHH Hope Prevents youth programs
- Facilitate Youth Leadership Corps (YLC) Black Girls Rock (BGR) and other youth prevention programming
- Conduct outreach, build relationships, and grow our network of middle schools, high schools, and youth serving organizations in the Greater Lowell area
- Implement education training to youth serving providers on sexual violence and social justice
- Provide psychoeducation and advocacy with and for youth, survivors, predominantly youth of color, refugee and immigrants, and LGBQ/T communities
- Work to develop culturally relevant curricula and programming for participants and communities we serve
- Collaborate and work with Hope Prevents team
- Collaborate and work with Survivor Services team around creative intervention for youth survivors
- Conduct needs assessments and evaluations for youth programming development and implementation
- Participate in providing coverage for 24-hour hotline. Support web-based chat services
- Once trained support internal RCC training
- Other related duties as determined by direct supervisor
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent work experience (e.g., social work, sociology, psychology, community organizing)
- Cultural Relevant practice and skills working with BIPOC communities
- 1-3 years’ experience working with youth and/or adults who work with youth
- Previous youth organizing experience in training, outreach, and mentorship
- Experience working at a youth serving organization or in a prevention program
- Experience working with and/or developing and implementing curricula, culturally relevant programs and services for historically underserved populations (e.g., youth of color, LGBQ/T, refugees and immigrants, youth and young adults, people with disabilities, etc.)
- Excellent presentations skill and communication skills both verbal/written
- Must be RCC trained or willing to be trained within three months of employment
- Ability to travel in Lowell, within state, and work evenings and weekends as necessary
- Lived experience with violence.
- Desire for and comfort with mentoring young people and youth work
- Good relational and public speaking skills, writing skills, and a passion for social justice and change
- Candidate should have basic familiarity with using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher
- Bilingual & bicultural (Spanish, Khmer, or Portuguese, highly desired)
- Knowledge of social media and web design is a plus
- Trained RCC Counselor
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