Director of Student Support Services
Horizons for Youth is a community committed to helping children recognize and achieve their full potential. In partnership with dedicated parents, we provide need-based scholarships, one-on-one mentoring, tutoring and various enrichment programs. We currently serve 265 children in from K-college from both private and public schools.
The Director of Student Support Services will manage the support services for all elementary and high school students. Primary duties include academic monitoring of students, supporting Diverse Learners (currently 30% of the Horizons for Youth student population), tutoring program management, and oversight of the counseling program. This position supports one of our strategic plan initiatives to create a robust Diverse Learner Program.
This position will work in close collaboration with the Director of Diverse Learner Support, Program Managers, and will report to the Vice President of Programs.
The Director of Student Support Services position is full-time with a flexible work schedule of 40 hours per week. Some evening and weekend hours are required. The position includes paid vacation and health, dental, and life insurance benefits, with 100% of employee premiums paid by Horizons for Youth.
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Meghan Colgan, Vice President of Programs at: email@example.com.
Special Events Intern
Horizons for Youth is a community committed to helping children recognize and achieve their full potential. In partnership with dedicated parents, we provide need-based scholarships, one-on-one mentoring, and various enrichment programs. We currently serve 265 children in grades K-college from both private and public schools.
Overview: The Special Events Intern will help to advance the growth efforts of Horizons for Youth by supporting the Development and Program Staff. The Special Events Intern will work with various staff members to ensure all fundraising and programmatic events run smoothly, efficiently, and effectively. The Special Events Intern will report directly to the Development & Events Manager. This is an unpaid internship.
Schedule: The Special Events Intern position is part-time with a flexible work schedule of 16 hours per week. Some evenings and weekends are required for meetings and events. This position would begin as soon as possible and end in mid-May, with possible opportunity to continue. Applicant must be available the entire day of Saturday, April 28th, 2018.
Qualifications: Prior event experience preferred. Given the demands of this role, the Special Events Intern must possess extraordinary organization skills, high attention to detail, time management skills, communication skills, personal initiative, interpersonal skills, creativity, and sensitivity. Experience with fundraising events and the population Horizons for Youth serves a plus.
No Ordinary Evening fundraising gala (April 28th, 2018)
Student Enrichment Outings
Please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 19, 2018.