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Program Manager – 1 Position Available
Fresno County – Prevention & Early Intervention
The Program Manager will develop staff to support youth change-makers and work with partner agencies to move an equity agenda in their respective communities. With support from the CV Director of Programs, the Program Manager is responsible for managing programs and initiatives, managing the program budget, and ensuring that contract deliverables are met. They recruit, hire, supervise and manage staff, typically consisting of Program Coordinators and interns.
The Fresno County Prevention and Early Intervention Program Manager will serve as the liaison to school and community partners and lead on media strategy implementation. They will lead on developing and delivering student and parent education curriculum, youth leadership activities, community education / awareness, and youth-led social norms campaigns at Fresno High School and Mclane High School.
Program Coordinator – 10 Positions Available
The Program Coordinator (PC) works in partnership with youth (ages 12 – 24) to organize, empower and mobilize youth and their communities to win real improvements for young people. The PC will train and support youth leaders to develop and deepen political consciousness, assess and understand issues impacting their health and well being, build relationships and partnerships with other youth and community supporters, and drive countywide and local community campaigns that create long- term systems and/or policy change, and build power for future victories.
Eastern Coachella Valley – Youth-Led Policy & Storytelling
The major function of this role will be to address the needs of youth and communities through a strong public and community health framework. The PC will lead recruitment, training and implementation of storytelling and mental health policy efforts led by youth from marginalized communities in the Eastern Coachella Valley.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a 2 page writing sample or creative media sample with the subject line ECV Program Coordinator, to Paulina Rojas, [email protected] by Friday, September 24th at 5:00pm.
San Francisco – Community Action Model
The Program Coordinator will implement the Community Action Model (CAM), an evidenced based model that develops youth advocates to address health equity issues, like tobacco control, through policy. The PC will develop this project in partnership with public health leaders, community partners, and youth leaders as it relates to social, economic, and health inequities within San Francisco. The Program Coordinator will work directly in partnership with a variety of youth cohorts and adult allies to lead work that supports and leverages local efforts to build safe and healthy communities through policy change and youth media strategies.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a 2 page writing sample with the subject line CAM Program Coordinator Application to Arati Warrier at [email protected]. For more details, call (512)659-8171.
San Francisco – Building Leaders in Innovative New Giving (BLING)
The Program Coordinator will implement the Building Leaders in Innovative New Giving (B.L.I.N.G.), an evidenced based model in which youth philanthropists provide grant funding to youth led social justice projects throughout San Francisco. The PC will work directly in partnership with a variety of youth cohorts and adult allies to lead work that supports and leverages local efforts to amplify youth voices and create sustainable social justice change.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a 2 page writing sample with the subject line BLING Program Coordinator Application to Arati Warrier at [email protected]. For more details, call (512)659-8171.
Marin – Marin Organizing for Racial Equity (MORE)
The Program Coordinator will implement the Marin Organizing for Racial Equity (MORE), a community-based program that promotes racial justice through policy change as well as lead a school-based Friday Night Live program (FNL). FNL is an evidence-based youth development framework to aid in the reduction of youth substance use. The PC will work directly in partnership with a variety of youth cohorts and adult allies to lead work that supports and leverages local efforts to amplify youth voices and create sustainable social justice change.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a 2 page writing sample with the subject line Marin PC role, to Wendy Pacheco at [email protected].
Fresno – California Tobacco Control
The PC will coordinate Mobilizing Youth to Nix Tobacco (MYNT) youth and young adult coalitions in Fresno County, Madera County, and Tulare County to reduce tobacco-related health issues that impact the African-American community and other communities of color. The PC will work in partnership with young people and the faith-based community to develop and adopt voluntary policies to prevent Secondhand Smoke (SHS) and Thirdhand Smoke (THS), broadening community engagement in tobacco control efforts, coordinating with Local Lead Agencies, and seeking regular consultation with statewide partners to increase coordination and training in the region. The PC will also implement efforts to ensure and track diversity, engagement, and satisfaction among community members through activities such as tracking the quantity and types of activities in which community members were engaged.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a 2 – 3 page writing sample with the subject line MYNT Program Coordinator – Fresno County to [email protected] by ASAP. Only complete applications will be reviewed.
Fresno County – Prevention & Early Intervention
The PC is responsible for coordinating and providing educational curriculum, youth leadership activities, youth leadership skill building and training, parent education, community education/awareness, and social norms campaigns. They will also serve as the liaison between school and community leaders and Youth Leadership Institute.
Positions open in:
- Sanger High School and Washington Academic Middle School in the City of Sanger
- Mendota High School and Mendota Junior High School in the City of Mendota
- Tranquility and Rio del Rey High Schools, and San Joaquin Elementary in Golden Plains Unified School District
- Glacier Point, El Capitan , and Rio Vista Middle Schools in Central Unified School District
- Justin Garza, Central East, and Central West High Schools in Central Unified School District