Internship Program Coordinator

internship - full time, paid

Girls Incorporated
Oakland, CA
Closed
Posted 66 Days ago
Girls Incorporated
Oakland, CA
internship - full time, paid
Posted 66 Days ago
Closed

Description

Eureka! Internship Program Coordinator Girls Inc. of Alameda County - Oakland, CA4.0 2 hours agoFull-timeEstimated: $37,000 - $48,000 a year Apply Now Education * Bachelor's Degree Skills * Clean Driving Record * Network * Microsoft Word * Multilingual * Driver's License Job Title: Eureka! Internship Program Coordinator Division/Department: Community Programs FLSA Status: Exempt Reports to: High School Program Manager Location: Oakland Compensation: DOE + Fringe Benefits # Supervises: 1 Direct Position Available: Immediately Position Open: Until Filled Position Overview The Girls Inc. Eureka! Teen Achievement Program is an intensive, five-year program that builds girls confidence and skills through hands-on opportunities in math, science, technology, sports, and careers. Serving East Bay and Oakland girls, Eureka! aims to increase girls future options for academic achievement and careers, to encourage enrollment in college-bound math and science courses, to promote positive risk-taking, and to assist girls in developing networks of peers and mentors to support their future endeavors. Major Duties and Responsibilities Summer Program Preparation and Coordination * Interview, train, place, and supervise 40-60 young women in summer internships in the fields of science, math, technology, business, and other untraditional career choice for young women * Recruit, orient, and support 40-60 summer internship site sponsors at companies, corporations and organizations located throughout the Bay Area * Coordinate intentional summer field trips involving colleges, positive risk taking and career exploration for the Eureka! Internship Summer Program * Collaborate with High School Program Manager, Coordinators, and staff to plan and implement cross cohort field trips, events and summer program * Develop curriculum for internship training week and for summer program * Train and supervise up to 5 temporary summer staff members in the design and facilitation of workshops School Year Direct Service and Coordination * Train and Supervise part-time Eureka! Internship Program Leader. * Develop curriculum, implement and evaluate weekly workshop series and educational sessions within a youth development framework related to the mission of Eureka! and 2-3 educational workshop series during the week in the areas of career and internship readiness especially related to STEM. * Create a college going environment in programming. * Participate in collaborative agency efforts to serve and advocate for girls including event planning, identifying girl-speakers and volunteers for development events * Serve as a resource and reference for current and past participants and families by providing ongoing college/financial aid advising and referral to community resources * Build and maintain relationships with girls and families by conducting monthly communication through email, phone, and face-to-face meetings * Plan, facilitate and supervise Sisterhood events 1-2 Saturdays per month. Administration * Prepare effective materials that support the Eureka! program including Sponsor outreach materials, monthly program calendars, reports, client statistics, and program evaluations * Disseminate outreach materials to girls and families * Plan and hold orientations for parents/guardians and interns * Maintain girls information in program and funders database. * Prepare monthly reports and other reports as needed. Qualifications * Bachelors degree. * Knowledge of and demonstrated experience networking, collaborating, and building partnerships with schools, community-based organizations and corporate partners * Experience designing, planning, and facilitating youth development programs with girls of color from under-resourced communities, particularly high school-ages girls * High level of cultural awareness with experience working with youth representing diverse cultures, ethnicities, languages, and abilities. * Keen understanding of gender issues affecting girls and young women and a commitment to girls-centered programs * Excellent verbal and written communication skills and an ability to adapt between a youth friendly demeanor and a highly professional demeanor * Ability to interface with external facing funders * Comfort in using MS Word, Publisher, Excel and maintaining an online calendar * Educational and/or professional background in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) or a strong interest in those areas is a plus * Bilingual Spanish/English preferred Additional Requirements * Ability to work weekday evenings and some weekends as needed. * Ability to attend and support with overnight fieldtrip for Eureka! program youth. * Employment is contingent upon a clean driving record, insurance and a valid California Drivers License * Fingerprinting and a criminal background check required for employment To APPLY: Email resume and cover letter to Aja Holland, High School Programs Manager at aholland at girlsinc-alameda.org Girls Incorporated of Alameda County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Job Type: Full-time Experience: * networking, collaborating & building partnerships: 2 years (Required) * High level cultural awareness/working in diverse communities: 2 years (Required) * working with high school age girls: 2 years (Required) * understanding of gender issues affecting girls & young women: 1 year (Required) * Designing, planning, facilitating youth development programs: 2 years (Preferred) Education: * Bachelor's (Preferred) Location: * Oakland, CA (Preferred) Language: * Spanish (Preferred) Work Location: * Multiple locations

Skills

event planning, event management, spanish, program evaluation, youth development, microsoft excel, leadership, microsoft word, training, english, organization, curriculum development, curriculum design, statistics, administration

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