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Company: BEST Kids, Inc. (Posted 4/23/15)
Job Title: Enrollment & Training Coordinator
About the Job: The Enrollment & Training Coordinator (ETC) is responsible for screening, enrolling, and matching mentors and mentees for our program according to established policies and procedures. The ETC is also responsible for planning and providing a robust and effective pre-service and in-service training program for mentors. The ETC will reach out to enlist the services of qualified trainers to conduct training and coordinate all related tasks. The ETC will also be responsible for delivery of pre-service mentor training at least once per month according to an established curriculum.
Qualifications include: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in social services, human resources, education or related field required, 2 or more years of working with youth, program design and management, and/or social work, experience supervising staff preferred, comfort working in high-poverty neighborhoods.
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Company: TaylorMade Experience (Posted 3/6/15)
Job Title: Events & Development Manager
About the Job: "If you had to be a super hero, which would you be and why?" This is one of the questions asked of candidates for this position. Indeed, a great sense of creativity and energy are key when working as part of the TaylorMade team. You'll be essential to helping businesses and nonprofits put on vital events to raise funds and awareness of their work. 
Qualifications include: Three years of fundraising/event planning/sponsorship development work, highly organized multi-tasker, top notch computer skills, supreme written and verbal communications skills
Contact: Stephanie Janeiro,
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Organization: Girls Inc. WDCMA (Posted 3/2/15)
Job Title: Program Facilitator 
About the Job: Be a part of inspiring tomorrow's leaders. Join Girls Inc. WDCMA as part-time program facilitator for the College-Bound Girls! program. Help deliver girl-centered programs covering topics such as wellness, financial literacy, engineering and violence prevention. If you're a creative individual who works just as well on your own as you do with a team, this could be the job for you. 
Qualifications include: Bachelor's degree in education or youth development, ability to relate to and motivate adolescent and teen girls from urban environments, proficiency with Microsoft Office, strong organizational and communications skills
Pay: $12/hr
Contact: Christina Parrish,

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