Leader in Training Program Coordinator

Boston, MA

Leader in Training Program Coordinator

The Leader in Training (LIT) Program is a mentoring and leadership development program for young people in grades 10 through 12, aimed at developing critical leadership skills in addition to preparing young people for post-secondary success. The major responsibility of the LIT Program Coordinator is to plan and implement quality and developmentally appropriate curriculum, programs, activities, services, and dedicated events for Camp Harbor View’s flagship LIT program. The LIT Program Coordinator will work with the Leadership Academy Director to develop curriculum and lead a group of 40 young people in the 12th grade through a year-long program focused on executing their post-secondary plan and honing skills that will support their transition into life after high school.

During the school year, the LIT coordinator will lead a weekly community night and one monthly Saturday workshop using curriculum that is focused on supporting LITs in applying to college, writing college essays, trade, gap year, employment opportunities, financial aid, resume building, interviewing, and networking skills. The current 12th grade curriculum also focuses on helping young leaders build healthy relationships and develop business leadership skills. In addition to leading curriculum, the LIT Program Coordinator will work alongside a dedicated 12th grade Clinician to ensure the seamless inclusion of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), clinical programming and workshops.

During the summer months of July and August the LIT program runs congruent with the Camp Harbor View Summer Camp on Long Island in the Boston Harbor. The LIT coordinator will ensure Leadership programming is tailored to the needs of rising 12th graders both on and off-island which may include enrichment trips off-island and enrichment programming on-island. During the Summer 12th grade LITs also get the opportunity to work as junior camp staff. The LIT Coordinator will serve as a supervisor to the LITs by performing 1:1 check-ins and communicating with camp Program and Team leaders to ensure LITs are performing well in their roles and are growing as leaders.


Title/Position:
Leader in Training Program Coordinator (12th Grade)
Reports to:
Leadership Academy Director
Location: 46 Plympton Street, Boston, MA 02118
Position: Full-time, salary


Responsibilities:

  • Create and modify curriculum that supports 12th graders in reaching the post-secondary goals and refining relevant skills.
  • Work with each young person on an individual basis to set goals and monitor progress toward achieving those goals. Participate in individual and group supervision sessions.
  • Create clear expectations that support ownership of the process and lead to independence and preparation for adulthood.
  • Work with the 12th grade cohort clinician to integrate SEL programing and make referrals to clinician as needed.
  • Ensure wrap-around (Clinical/ Family Support) needs are being addressed by the proper department regarding assigned students.
  • Assist the Leadership Academy Director in conducting program evaluation, progress monitoring towards goals set for young people in the LIT program.
  • Develop and support a culture of excellence, exploration, and growth.
  • Conduct evaluations for all young people in the LIT program as it relates to their summer employment at Camp Harbor View.
  • Other related duties as specified by the Leadership Academy Director and Leadership team.

  

Basic Qualifications:              

  • The successful candidate will be creative, adaptable, detail-oriented, organized, and passionate about young people’s growth and development. S/he/They will be a team player, have strong interpersonal skills as well as solid communication;
  • At least two years’ experience working with youth in an out of school time setting;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Experience working with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds;
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent relevant experience;
  • Ability to motivate others and produce results.

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • General understanding and knowledge of the Boston educational landscape;
  • Entrepreneurial/Business mindset;
  • Experience leading administrative systems and processes as it relates to the coordination of youth services;
  • Experience using data as it relates to continuous improvement in program outcomes;
  • Desire to work in a fun, fast-paced, team-oriented environment that puts mission first.


To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Kara Bassett.

RISE Program Coordinator (9th Grade)

Boston, MA

RISE Program Coordinator (9th Grade)

Camp Harbor View’s work is focused on providing opportunity to some of Boston’s most historically marginalized communities. We believe that by working with the families in our program, we will make progress in overcoming many of the barriers of systemic inequity and advancing educational and economic parity. We strive to build a staff and board reflective of the communities we serve.

 

Title/Position: RISE Program Coordinator (9th Grade)
Reports to:
Leadership Academy Director
Location: 46 Plympton Street, Boston, MA 02118
Position: Full-time, Salary


Summary of Position:

The 9th-Grade RISE (Realizing Interests through Support and Exploration) program was created for young people finishing their camp experience, leading them through an 8-month program that focuses on discovering their identity while building a foundation of social and emotional skills. RISE is a prerequisite program for the 10th-12th Leader in Training (LIT) program. The major responsibility of the RISE Program Coordinator is to recruit rising 9th graders into the RISE program and to plan and implement quality and developmentally appropriate curriculum, programs, activities, services, and dedicated events.

The RISE Program Coordinator will work with the RISE Program team, the Clinical team and the Leadership Academy Director to develop curriculum and lead a group of 75-100 young people in the 9th grade through a program focused on Social Emotional Learning and the introduction of trades, career paths, college preparedness, and business leadership skills.

During the school year, the RISE coordinator will lead two weekly community nights and one monthly Saturday workshop. During the summer months of July and August, the RISE program runs congruent with the Camp Harbor View summer camp on Long Island in the Boston Harbor. The RISE coordinator(s) will engage with and actively recruit rising 9th graders into the RISE program through special events aimed at piquing interest and encouraging students to join the program in the coming school year. They will also support the LIT program and camp program as needed.

Responsibilities:

  • Recruit rising 9th graders into the program;
  • Play a leadership role in creating curriculum, and lead on implementing rich that curriculum with a focus on SEL and self-discovery that fits monthly program theme;
  • Lead leadership workshops, team building activities, and group discussions;
  • Maintain program attendance in Salesforce system;
  • Administer program surveys and evaluation tools, working with supervisor to analyze data and drive program improvement;
  • Assist in enforcing expectations for the RISE Program;
  • Conduct formal evaluations of the RISE participants’ job goals and future aspirations;
  • Work with each program participant individually to set goals and monitor progress toward achieving them. Work with each program participant individually to set goals and monitor progress toward achieving them. Work with each program participant individually to set goals and monitor progress toward them.  Participate in individual and group supervision sessions;
  • Committed to building a culture of college and career prep, vocational education, and expanding opportunities;
  • Coordinate and run activities and field trips; 
  • Maintain cleanliness of program areas;
  • Other related duties as specified by the Leadership Academy Director. 

 

Basic Qualifications:              

  • Creative, adaptable, detail-oriented, organized, and passionate about young people’s growth and development;
  • At least two years’ experience working with youth in an out of school setting;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; 
  • Experience working with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds; 
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent relevant experience; 
  • Ability to motivate others and produce results.

 

Preferred Qualifications:              

  • General understanding and knowledge of the Boston educational landscape; 
  • Experience leading administrative systems and processes as it relates to the coordination of youth services
  • Experience using data as it relates to continuous improvement in program outcomes; 
  • Desire to work in a fun, fast-paced, team-oriented environment that puts mission first;
  • Knowledge of African American Vernacular English (AAVE).


To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Kara Bassett.

Development Coordinator

Boston, MA

Development Coordinator

Camp Harbor View’s work is focused on providing opportunity to some of Boston’s most historically marginalized communities. We believe that by working together with the families in our program we will make progress in overcoming many of the barriers of systemic inequity and advancing educational and economic parity. We strive to build a staff and board that is reflective of the communities that we serve.


Title/Position:
Development Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Events and Partnerships
Location: 79 Newbury St., Boston, MA
Hours: Full-time, salary 

Summary

Camp Harbor View, a Boston-based nonprofit youth and family services organization, is seeking a Development Coordinator to join our dynamic team.  This is a perfect role for an early-career fundraiser with the drive and talent to have a big impact on the city of Boston. The ideal candidate will be a driven, creative doer ready to collaborate with the CHV team to attract new partners and donors and support relationships with long-term supporters. 

Founded in 2007, CHV partners with more than 1,000 young Bostonians and their families to offer transformational year-round experiences, from our free summer camp in the Harbor Islands to our school-year Leadership Academy and year-round family programs.

Camp Harbor View’s work is focused on partnering with families from some of Boston’s most historically marginalized communities. We believe strongly in representation and equity at every level of our work, and we strongly encourage applicants from all cultures, races, educational backgrounds, life experiences, socio-economic classes, sexual orientations, age, gender, and physical abilities to apply.

Responsibilities
  • Assisting in the creation and management of fundraising strategies and tactics
  • Creating fundraising materials to directly support the development team:

    • Creating giving histories for individuals and organizations
    • Creating in-depth donor profiles for prospecting meetings and ideas
    • Creating and managing prospect lists for review and utilization

  • Tracking fundraising pledges and revenue and sharing reports:

    • Creating bi-weekly fundraising reports for the team
    • Tracking gifts and relationships in Salesforce
    • Creating reports and lists for mailings

  • Supporting the team in planning and coordinating events, including our annual Beach Ball gala, 5K Road Race, and smaller events throughout the year. Event support includes:

    • Creating and managing invite lists
    • Serving as a liaison for guests attending the event
    • Coordinating sponsorship listing for major donors and vendors
    • Managing table seating 

  • Managing donor acknowledgements and communications, including tax receipts and thank you notes.
Qualifications
  • 2+ years of experience in development or related field
  • Experience with managing fundraising or sales relationships
  • Experience working with fast-paced teams
  • Fluency with technology (especially Microsoft Office Excel)
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM systems
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A focus on service and problem solving


To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Kara Bassett.